Iran Calls for Creation of New World Order
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has reaffirmed the need for fundamental changes for the creation of a new world order on the basis of justice and humanity, saying the era of capitalism has reached its end.
“A fundamental change and the establishment of a new humane order require firm determination and will and joint efforts by all countries. Each and every one of us must enforce the determination to participate in the process of achieving a sustainable peace, and finally security and welfare for people,” Ahmadinejad said.
He added that regional countries and nations should play a leading role in “defining and establishing the new world order in the future” thanks to their rich history and culture and unique resources.
He emphasized that the recognition of rights is considered as a “basic right for all humans” in this new global order, noting that all human beings can have their legitimate and absolute rights to enjoy a sustainable peace, security, welfare and progress.
During the past decades, we witnessed the emergence of a complicated system of colonialism and hegemony which has affected global resources and taken its toll on all of us, Ahmadinejad stated.
Former colonial powers, who were masters adept at slavery, have now taken up a new face with different slogans to plunder the resources of nations on the basis of offensive teachings, he pointed out.
The Iranian chief executive added that militarism, aggression and violation of national sovereignty of countries have increased in states such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan.
“All of us seek to put an end to unilateralism, aggression and arms race,” Ahmadinejad said.
He stressed the importance of bolstering cooperation to make use of resources and the economic, political and geographical potentials in order to “play a key role in securing welfare for nations and making reforms in the global order.”
We can strengthen our relations more than ever before and resist against hegemonic powers to protect our nations’ interests, the Iranian president pointed out.
Iran’s President also said the recent Israeli attack on Gaza was triggered not by expansionist motives but to salvage the Tel Aviv regime.
“The Zionist regime was after expansionism in the previous wars but this war was waged specifically to salvage a group of Zionists,” Ahmadinejad said.
He described Zionism as the root cause of the plundering of nations and the perpetrator behind many terrorist activities and drug businesses in the world and added that the Zionists pursued a warmongering policy but their recent attack on Gaza had a different motive.
The main leaders in the US as well as the Zionists ruling over America have come to the conclusion that the Zionists would not be able to continue under the current condition, so they seek to alter the situation through waging wars, Ahmadinejad added.
The Iranian chief executive said that those ruling Israel are not happy with the current condition and seek to change the situation through wars to salvage themselves, reiterating they will, however, fail to change the situation to the benefit of the Israeli regime.
“The aim of the change in the current situation of the Zionist regime is to replace the radical elements ruling the regime with others. In doing so, they intend to poison the atmosphere to achieve their goal but they will undoubtedly fail and they have to go,” he added.
Iran’s President has also stressed the importance of strengthening national unity and peaceful coexistence in Lebanon.
“Lebanon can undoubtedly take further steps toward achieving national goals and ideals as well as growth and development with national unity and peaceful coexistence among different tribes,” Ahmadinejad said.
The Iranian chief executive expressed hope that stability, security and development would be established in Lebanon through the wise management by the Lebanese president, and other senior officials and various political groups.
The Iranian President has also called for unity among the people of the world, warning of US-Israeli schemes aimed at sowing discord among nations.
“We should tackle the world’s adversities through discussions on root and fundamental issues,” Ahmadinejad said.
“My question is ‘Do other regions have a better condition than Afghanistan, Pakistan, Gaza or Palestine? Do the people of Europe have a healthy life?” he questioned.
The Iranian president said the people in Europe and the United States are also “under oppression and are fed up” with their conditions as the rest of the world.
“Zionism and the US are making attempts to meet their interests through sowing rift among all the nations of the world,” Ahmadinejad stated, calling Washington the “biggest plunderer” in the modern time.
He criticized the Zionist control of the United Nations Security Council as well as the world’s economic and media giants, noting that reform in such sectors would leave no chance for the expansionist rule of super powers.
“We need to join hands to remove all inhuman and unfair boundaries, and this is possible,” he stressed, expressing hope that through unity the world will witness the elimination of Zionism and the US colonialism.
Iran’s President said that the Israeli regime was created to wage wars, stoke instability and foment discord in the Middle East in order to help the arrogant powers maintain control over the region.
“The main mission of the Zionist regime is to create wars and conflicts and it has been created to stoke division and wage wars in the region so that the hegemons can control the region,” Ahmadinejad said.
The Iranian chief executive said that the Zionist regime takes advantage of every opportunity to hurt Iran, adding, however, that Israel knows full well that Iran is not after aggression but can defend itself in such a way that will make aggressors regret their act.
“The Iranian nation gives no place to Zionists in its defense equations and their wish to hurt Iran is a childish desire and it is not important to us,” Ahmadinejad said.
He said that the Zionist regime and its supporters cannot be considered powerful as they were defeated by both Hezbollah and Hamas.
Describing the Zionists as the enemy of all nations, Ahmadinejad said that all countries should mobilize their resources to counter Zionism, which is a step toward achieving global security.
He said that hegemonic and Western powers used the issue of terrorism as a tool to invade countries in the region and added terrorism will persist as long as the arrogant powers remain in the region.
Ahmadinejad condemned terrorist attacks in the Pakistani cities of Karachi and Rawalpindi, and said Iran was opposed to the killing of defenseless people in any part of the world.
He said that such measures aimed to undermine Pakistan and added certain Western countries seek to make Pakistan insecure and impede its progress.