|After getting dissed by Columbia President Lee Bolinger.|
. Tons of them.
It has become a common trend now in New York City news that when the sixth President of the Islamic Republic of Iran comes to town for a United Nations gathering, it can only be expected that hundreds of people will meet him half-way with angry remarks and on-the-ground disapproval. Who can forget
his speech at Columbia, when President Lee Bolinger dissed the leader right before he went on to speak, calling him a coward and, in more words than none, a piece of shit? Or any of the other protests that have happened outside of Ahmadinejad's quarters, his car service and the U.N. headquarters?
Well, let us continue this pattern next week as the U.N. General Assembly meets in New York. President Obama will be there, along with hundreds of world leaders, including the guest of honor, Mr. Ahmadinejad, who will be speaking on Wednesday. Expect traffic delays and the same story in the media over and over and over again.
Last year, the Iranian frontman stayed at the Warwick New York hotel. This year, the same is expected so the protestors will gather outside to bash the man 24/7. Rumor has it that the group behind the major protests, United Against Nuclear Iran, is trying to reserve a room inside the Warwick so they can literally knock
on Ahmadinejad's door with an endless list of grievances in hand.
Word of advice to Mr. Ahmadinejad: just Skype in your speech next year.More »