Ahmadinejad ends 'boycott'

Finally attends cabinet meeting

BBC: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has ended a boycott of his official duties by chairing a cabinet meeting, Iranian media say. Mr Ahmadinejad had not been seen at work for more than a week, amid reports of a rift with the supreme leader. Mr Ahmadinejad then stayed away from official work. He was not seen in public, missed two cabinet meetings and cancelled a visit to the holy city of Qom. On Saturday, it was reported that a letter signed by nearly 300 MPs had urged Mr Ahmadinejad to resume his duties and respect Ayatollah Khamenei's decision. Fars news agency says a group of conservative lawmakers met Mr Ahmadinejad on Saturday, and quotes them as saying that the president had renewed his allegiance to Ayatollah Khamenei >>>


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An offer he could not refuse!

by ghalam-doon on

Most likely he received an offer from the God Father that he could not refuse:


He might even decide to take his semi-anuual bath since he seems to be in need of one desperately:




Anonymous Observer

Who sent him the single red rose?

by Anonymous Observer on

I sense a secret admirer... :-)))


بچه مودب!



قیافه اش مثل دوران بچه گی است که بچه بد بعد از لج و لجبازی و گریه و
زاری،  و بعد از خوردن چند تا چک و تو سری لباس مرتب میپوشه و سرشو شونه
میکنه و میاد تو اتاق پذیرایی و به همه مهمون ها سلام میکنه! 


Divaneh Jaan

by Paykar on

I think you are onto something:)



by Paykar on

What are you planning to do about the economy? Regurgitating old slogans is nothing but shameless propaganda.

Given all the heated rhetoric on both sides, this agreement will  likely last  for a while.

If AN has received a green light ,regarding Mashaei's run for presidency, will all those opposed to him (Mashaei) follow Velayat's order? 

I think it is myopic to view the future of Iran by focusing only on the disagreements/contradictions between these two factions of the IR. Economic and social pressures at the macro level will eventually supersede all these infightings. But as I mentioned before, escalation of the current crisis would have created (or will create) an opportunity for those opposed to the Islamic rule to organize and regroup.


He's looking good

by Escape on

  All that Binge Drinking adds calcium.Probably had to spend some of that cash from his Prince Of Monkey gig.


پس پرده


گویا توافق کرده اند که از این به بعد رئیس روزنامه اطلاعات را احمدی نژاد انتخاب کند. 


I Know he's a b#%$h, you know he's a bit@# and you know that I

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

know he's a $itch.  What a beautiful system.  We want to get rid of them and all we have to do is sit and wait for them to get rid of themselves.  How long will it take for them to take care of themselves and unite the country against them?  I give them 4 more years, on the generous side.

Put back in place... woof woof.




زیاد پاچه رهبرو نخورد


Wait a minute!

by Reality-Bites on

Right at the end of the clip, did Ahmadinejad once again call for the destruction of Israel or, to be more exact, what he called the "Zionist regime"?

Gotta hand it to the guy, he knows there is nothing like making aggressive/hostile statements about external enemies to divert attention away from internal problems, like being slapped down by the "Supreme Leader".


He was working for ATF

by All-Iranians on

He was working for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in Beltsville, Maryland (USA). He was doing research on the quality of some imported Russian Vodkas. He became so high that they had to fire him. As JJ said, he looked tired. But he is now feeling all right and back to his office in Tehran. He said to BBC that, "I love Russian Vodka and I plan to go back to ATF; I don't care if they fired me. I will be there soon"!

Jahanshah Javid

He looks tired

by Jahanshah Javid on

Ahmadinejad looks tired and beat. His hair is a mess... has he taken a shower in the past week?

It took him a while but he gets it now: he's just a caretaker, a servant. His function is to carry out Khamenei's orders. vassalam.


The Beautiful Lies

by Demo on

These fake 'boycotts' are all but the long time known "mechanisms of totalitarian cultures" commonly set up to distract people from the other major regime problems, for instance the current 25% rise in price of "bread cuts." 


Backroom deal

by پندارنیک on

Mashaei's candidacy for the next round just got signed and sealed with Khamenei's blessing.