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Iran Wants to Lead the World
By Micah Halpern

Friday September 15, 2006

I've Been Thinking:

Iran's Ahmadinejad wants to make a play to be the leader of the world.
Yes, of the world,
His plan is to bind all the developing countries and all the Muslim countries tightly together and then - take charge.

Ahmadinejad's major ally plot in this is Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.
Ahmadinejad and Chavez have had enough of the United States and the unfair influence the U.S. has on world affairs.
They think that they could run things much better - if only given the chance.
That is part of the pitch these men will put before the United Nations.

During the Non-Alignment Movement convention taking place in Cuba, Chavez said that he will help defend Iran against the U.S. and the rest of the West.
Just wait and see, he taunted.

The Non-Alignment Movement was aptly named and created to provide an outlet for those countries not aligned with the United States or with the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
The Non-Alignment Movement composes 55-60% of the United Nations and a significant part of their raison d'etre is to fight Western colonialism and Zionism.
That explains why Iran and Venezuela are floating their ideas in Cuba before they propose them to the UN General Assembly.

OK. We'll wait and we'll see.
This should be interesting.

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