Sunday, April 19, 2009

Ahmadinejad's Prayers for Rain

The following is a translation of a news report by the ultra conservative Kayhan, printed in Tehran, after Ahmadinejad's trip to Isfahan.

'Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad, at the end of his speech amongst the enthusiastic people of Isfahan at Imam Khomeini Square, held his hands up to pray and asked the Almighty for rain.

According to our reporter, from Wednesday evening [immediately after Ahmadi-Nejad's prayers], rain and the mercy of the Almighty has started across Isfahan, so much so that the intensity of rain and hail, especially on Thursday, at times reached such a climax that caused several locations in the city to be flooded'

Perhaps the Almighty may similarly answer Dr. Ahmadi-Nejad's prayers for votes.

23 comments:

Haa-meed said...

Who said God doesn't have a sense of humor haha

Anonymous said...

Why don't you write about Roxanna Saberi?

Azarmehr said...

Re: Saberi

All I know about her is what I read in the news sites. What good would it do if I copy/paste the same stuff you read else where?

Winston said...

Amaghinejad is a joke. So are his religion & god

Anonymous said...

As long as some people listen to his craps and believe him, he wil continue to his bullshits and take advantage of their believes , so i just said a prayer too, for a cure for this horrible disease of some Iranians: "Sadehlohi", naivete, witch is much more dangerous than Aids.

Hi.

barmakid said...

So that's your rational for not writing about Saberi? Sometimes I don't know if you realize your own hypocrisy and just try to cover it up, or are you really that unaware of how your mind works?

barmakid

Azarmehr said...

B,

I thought I explained my rational. What was so complex that you couldn't understand?

I had never heard of Roxana Saberi before she was arrested. I know no more about her than what is on the other websites and widely reported.
What useful contribution do you think I could possibly make?

Oh dear! I have used some words with more than one syllable, I bet you will ask me again what my rational is! :(

Anonymous said...

And what do you think of Ahmadinejad's speech in Switzerland?

Azarmehr said...

I think the Plaestinians should adopt him and have him as their president.

barmakid said...

Azarmehr,

I know you're not the most creative guy out there, but maybe a post involving the selling of spy technology intermixed with the detention of Saberi and her prosecution as a "spy" might have been a good idea.

And your IQ is....

barmakid

Azarmehr said...

'selling of spy technology intermixed with the detention of Saberi '

Does anyone understand what this guy is on about?

barmakid said...

You're such an idiot. You wanted to write about spy technology right? Saberi is being detained on charges that she's a spy, correct?

Has the light bulb turned on in your head yet?

barmakid

barmakid said...

OR maybe we need to replace the bulb? I think you've been using the same one since 1979.

Haha,
barmakid

Azarmehr said...

when did I want to write about spy technology? The post was about prayers for rain. Is that spy technology for you?

barmakid said...

I mean, really? Do I have to copy and paste it for you?

Here is the title of your post, "Nokia and Siemens Sell Spy Systems to Islamic Republic."

You respond to me by saying, "So is your organisation headed by the very equivalent of today's Salman Parsi, going to call for sanctions against Nokia and Siemens or even issue a statement condemning them? Or are you as usual going to bury your head in the sand and stick up your arse like a true 'useful idiot'?

I respond, "We're worried about the Iranian -American Journalist at the moment - not your agenda."

Then you say, "I can understand where you are coming from. Judging by the IQ of the people in your organisation, it would be hard for you to concentrate on more than one agenda at a time."

I guess you would be a perfect candidate for "my organization."

barmakid

p.s. I think it really is time to replace that light-bulb. Plus, there are more energy efficient ones on the market now, that way you can focus on two things at once. Ha!

Azarmehr said...

Barmakid

That was the previous post. This post was about prayers for rain. Perhaps you have not heard the phrase 'we have moved on' it means we are on to another subject now

barmakid said...

How do you like them apples!?

Are you still eager??

barmakid said...

Oh, is that right? So Saberi isn't in prison still?

And the posts were made like not even a day apart; We don't operate on your time-table. And you know damn well I was talking about Saberi and how you could have been creative with the "spy systems" story.

It's not my fault all that Mexican Weed you smoke inhibits you from remembering the post you made a DAY earlier.

Just admit you got burned, and we'll move on:))

barmakid

Azarmehr said...

mate forget about changing your light bulb, I think you seriously need a flood light to get you off the ground.

Azarmehr said...

Good God B! you can accuse me of many things but not taking weed!

Why dont you do a post on Saberi and let me see the extent of your creativity

barmakid said...

Flood light? Really? Is that all you got? That's fine, I'll take that as an admission of defeat and we'll move on. :))

Azarmehr said...

B,

You know I publish everything said against myself but can you please re-write your last comment without the profanity part. It refers to someone's mother and no matter what I think of someone I never get as low as insulting anyone's mother.

barmakid said...

I wasn't insulting someone's mother - it was an expression from a movie. But that's fine, it's not a comment worth rewriting - but you know it was funny. come on, the somagh part - ya had to have liked it :))

And I think it was on the other thread, not this one.