All traces of Ahmadinejad's speech censored from United Nations website
By Martin Hill
December 4, 2012

UPDATE: 12/4/12 2:20PM Record logs reveal that the United Nations official ISP Address [] originating from Sunnyside, New York visited this article numerous times, beginning at 11:43:46 AM this morning. Perhaps as a result of the publicity, they will re-post the transcript which they have censored.
Dr. Katherine Albrecht, author of the best-selling book SPYCHIPS and host of a daily radio show, pointed out on a recent program that the United Nations has completely erased all traces of Iran President Mahmood Ahmadinejad's September 26, 2012 speech to the United Nations General Assembly.

Albrecht, who happened to be in New York City on business the day that Ahmadinjad gave his speech, was discussing related issues on her November 28th show and tried to post a link to the Iran President's speech in her archives. That is when she found that it had been inexplicably scrapped- memory holed- and no longer existed anywhere, except from reposts on a few obscure websites. The transcript of the speech had originally been posted on the U.N. site, but the links now result in a 'PAGE NOT FOUND' message.

Albrecht's 11/28 archive lists the followng description:

Islamophobia // Burka // Media // Ahmadinejad //
Katherine discuss Islamaphobia raising its head in burka banning - without regard to the culture that wants and welcomes the burka. Why is the media lying to distort and fan up hatred? Katherine relates a conversation she had with a burka clad Syrian woman. Despite the media, Islam and Ahmadinejad do not hate the Jews - they just hate Israel's actions.

Audio of Dr. Albrecht's discussion on the matter can be heard here [Thurs., November 29th, Hour 1].

Despite being scrapped from the U.N. website, the transcript of Ahmadinejad's Sept. 26th speech remains posted on Fox News. The dandelionsalad blog also posted the transcript along with the two original links to the U.N. website:
[ and] Both are gone. A list of other people who gave speeches to the U.N. on 9/26/12 can be found here:, and their speeches remain. A query of the U.N. website reveals that the text of Ahmadinejad's Sept. 17, 2005 speech to the U.N. can still be found here, as well as his Sept 25, 2007 New York address here. There is also a "Readout of Secretary-General's Meeting with H.E. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran" from 2011 and 2012.

UPDATE: 12/4/12 2:20PM: There is a hard to find one-page scant article in the UN DAILY NEWS 26 SEPTEMBER 2012 acknowledging the fact that Ahmadinejad spoke, which includes a few brief excerpts of the speech. But it is not the transcript of the entire speech, which remain deleted:
At General Debate, Iran's President calls for new world order and restructured UN [On page 27/36]. [And in HTML format here, along with a video of the speech.]
The U.N. article opined, in part, "'Zionists' is reportedly the term he uses for Israel which, according to media reports, is prepared to use force to try to prevent Iran from reaching nuclear weapons capability."

They may not be 'obligated' to post the transcript of Ahmadinejad's speech. However, the UN index lists the speakers from that day (9/26/12) HERE. There were 19 of them, and if you click on each ones' name, you can see the summary statement, a video, as well as a link to the full transcript of the speech. It is odd that they have all of those but completely omit Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad's speech can still be found on youtube, but Albrecht pointed out that if the U.N. along with Google, Inc. and other large media corporations decide to randomly censor historical speeches given at a taxpayer-funded organization simply because the speaker's views may be controversial, that does not bode well for freedom.

In his September 26th speech, Ahmadinejad said "I do not believe that Muslims, Christian, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and others have any problems among themselves or are hostile against each other. They get along together comfortably and live together in an atmosphere of peace and amity. We are all devoted to the cause of justice, purity and law. The general tendency of nations has always been to accomplish positive common aspirations reflecting exalted divine human beauties and nobilities. The current abysmal situation of the world and the bitter incidents of history are due mainly to the wrong management of the world and the self-proclaimed centers of power who have entrusted themselves to the devil." He also condemned "Continued threats by the uncivilized Zionists to resort to a military action against our great nation".

Ahmadinejad noted that "Rulers must love people" and called for "a just and fair order in which everybody is equal before law and in which there is no double standard. Leaders of the world must regard themselves as committed servants of the people, not their superiors." However, his flowery language doesn't match his actions.

In December 2009, Iranian security forces open fired on Iranians protesting their election results, which they claimed were rigged. [Video here and here.] President Obama responded by saying "The decision of Iran's leaders to govern through fear and tyranny will not continue." This despite the fact that Obama has kill lists of people to murder. The Obama administration has claimed that the president has "clear authority" to kill U.S. citizens, and even tried to justify the killing of a 16-year-old American child. Obama has also continued the policies of torture, including U.S. serviceman Bradley Manning, as well as the continued practice of grossly un-American civil rights violations.

Ahmadinejad has been demonized for questioning the events of 9/11/01 and calling the holocaust a lie. During a 2010 U.N speech, Ahmadinejad theorized "the US government orchestrated the (9/11) attack in order to save the Zionist regime in the Middle East". In 2009, he said "The pretext (Holocaust) for the creation of the Zionist regime (Israel) is false ... It is a lie based on an unprovable and mythical claim".

The U.S. government is increasingly selling the line that Iran is an imminent threat to Israel, the United States, and world peace. In reality it is just the opposite. The establishment is telling everyone that Iran is developing nukes to attack Israel, but the facts reveal that is not true. Iran signed the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), years ago and abides by it and they allow inspections. Israel on the other hand, has done neither. The repeated claim that Iran wants to "wipe Israel off the map" is the lie of the century. Even Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor admitted earlier this year that Ahmadinejad never said Iran wanted to "wipe Israel off the face of the map". Congressman Ron Paul, who is retiring, has repeatedly stated that U.S. sanctions against Iran are an act of war.

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