SHOULD AMERICA LEARN MORE?

Complete Fabrication.

The U. N. had an earful of anti-American political effusion, coupled with Israeli epithets; and uncompromising jargon that would come from a person no less than Iran's President Ahmadinejad, who had practiced his speech, several years ahead of time, to deliver it to the present day General Assembly meeting, Thursday, 23rd September, 2010.

His words caused the U.S. delegation to walk out of the chamber in protest, for insensitively accusing America of collusion in the 9/11 attacks of The World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington D.C.

To many, it was a bunch of complete balderdash; and it would be looked upon as something to be brushed aside or to ignore, to the point of it being a passing fancy fit only for children; yet, to the politically astute, he was narrating what the Islamic world had known for years, that the attacks have been planned long before they happened; and that a cogent story had to be formulated to bring America into a corroborative position or some type of involvement in the attacks to support that story, and so to make it believable.

He really had nothing much to say than to make the U.S. look bad. It (U.S) would have no objection to the statements that he was dishing out, except to stage a walk out; which it did, because he was in a forum as head of state, and anything he said would not be held against him.

However, an accusation has been made, even though under diplomatic circumstances, to embarass the U.S.; it has to be taken seriously and be met with a response that it deserved. It was a total fabrication by a world leader speaking at the U.N to a worldwide audience. Therefore, its effect would be far-reaching, if nothing was done to counteract it.

It is for the U. S. Government State Department to issue a strong warning to Iran, opposing such an atrocious accusation; and investigate it as well, Should not America be forced to learn more?

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