Protester in Tehran Censures Obama for Not Helping Iranians

Monday, June 22, 2009

As Iranians demanding democracy have been beaten, arrested and killed by their brutal totalitarian government, one international head of state has remained conspicuously absent from showing and providing his support: That's right, the "leader of the free world" Barack Obama. Not wanting to hurt his chances at making friends with Ahmadinajab, Obama has tried to remain aloof in the matter. Unfortunately for him, Obama is finding out that being president means more than lavish state visits that awe everyone into suddenly getting along. Obama is showing his true colors as a spineless, incompetent celebrity that couldn't get a third-grade class to get along and play nice.


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Iranian Protester Implores Obama to Do Something

An Iranian student protester in Tehran made a passionate plea for help from the world community this morning in a phone call to CNN’s “American Morning.”

For safety reasons, CNN can only identify the student by his first name, Mohammad. He’s been a part of the protests and a target of the violence there. Below is an edited transcript of the interview.

Roberts: Interesting perspective this morning from Mohammad, a student demonstrator there in Tehran.

Mohammad: Excuse me, sir. I have a message for the international community. Would you please let me tell it?

Roberts: Yes, go ahead.

Mohammad: Americans, European Union, international community, this government is not definitely — is definitely not elected by the majority of Iranians. So it’s illegal. Do not recognize it. Stop trading with them. Impose much more sanctions against them. My message…to the international community, especially I’m addressing President Obama directly – how can a government that doesn’t recognize its people’s rights and represses them brutally and mercilessly have nuclear activities? This government is a huge threat to global peace. Will a wise man give a sharp dagger to an insane person? We need your help international community. Don’t leave us alone.

Chetry: Mohammad, what do you think the international community should do besides sanctions?

Mohammad: Actually, this regime is really dependent on importing gasoline. More than 85% of Iran’s gasoline is imported from foreign countries. I think international communities must sanction exporting gasoline to Iran and that might shut down the government.
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