World’s top independent leaders

As the end of 2009 is approaching and some think tanks have already chosen top world leaders in political, religious and academic fields who have, somehow, served the ’empire’, directly or indirectly, and have been passed by the Zionist Lobby for not possing a serious challenge to it Hasbara (propaganda) – I thought (though not funded by AIPAC, ADL, AJC, CFR, CJC, B’nai Brith, etc.) why not honor those world leaders who are not morally corrupt, have grass-root support and are brave enough to stand up to the ’empire’ for its agenda of the One World Government under Zionist domination.

No.1 – Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (born 1956) – The Iranian president, since his election in 2005 on a second ballot – is no doubt the most viled world leader in the Zionist World and its puppet ZOGs in Israel, Britain, the US, France, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Australia, Ukraine, Argentina, UN, IAEA, etc. He became the top-most quoted world leader for being calling for Israel’s Wipe Off The Map phrase coined by Israeli MEMRI for the benefit of the Zionist World. Ahmadinejad comes from a poor family background (not Jewish as claimed by the Zionist Lobby recently). His father owned a village blacksmith. He has a PhD in Civil Engineering, taught at University of Tehran for several years before appointed provincial governor, later elected Mayor of the City of Tehran. On June 24, 2005, he defeated the former Iranian president and a rich cleric Ayatullah Rafsanjani by receiving 62% of votes on the run-off ballot (under Constitution the presidential candidates must contest without a political party nomination and must receive more than 50% of the votes casted) and became the sixth Iranian president since Islamic Revolution in 1979. In June 2009 – Ahmadinejad was re-elected for his second and final term – with a 64% voting majority on the very first ballot, defeating his ‘moderate’ opponent, a former prime minister of IRI, Mir-Hosein Mousavi, by 64% votes (eleven million more votes than his opponent). Ahmadinejad has succeeded in cultivating personal friendship with foreign leaders around the world including Russia, China, Bolivia, Brazil, Venzeuela, Iraq, Cuba, etc. In Cuba he is regarded as “Iranian Che Guevara”. Tehran’s foreign relations with the South American leaders have already set an alarm in the Zionist World. US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton has already warned the South American leaders about their “cozy” relations with the anti-Zionist Ahmadinejad regime.

No. 2 – Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah – The secretary general of Lebanese Islamic Resistance group, Hezbollah was born into a poor Sia Lebanese Arab religious family. The results of a 2008 Poll released in Washington showed Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah to be the most popular leader in the Arab world, followed by Syrian and Iranian presidents. Under his leadership, Hezbollah freedom-fighters have achieved something which no regular Arab army has been able to do – inflict a crushing military defeat upon Israel Occupation Force (IOF) in Zionist entity’s 34-day attack on Lebanon. Against all the ZOGs’ manuovering, Hezbollah is part of  the current Lebanon’s Unity Government.

No. 3 – Omar Hassan al-Bashier (born 1945) – is the present President of Republic of Sudan. He was born into a working-class family. He holds two Master degrees in Military Science (from Sudanese and Malaysian military colleges). He led a military coup in June 1989 against the corrupt pro-US government of Sadiq al-Mahdi. He has been President of the country since October 1993. His application of some of Islamic Shari’ah laws has irked the Zionist world lead by Israel and over a dozen American Jewish groups, who invented the so-called “Save Darfur” campaign. In March 2009 – under the pressure from Zionist Lobby, the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has refused to indict any of the Israeli war criminals – issued an arrest warrants for Sudan’s president for his involvement in the so-called “ethnic-cleansing” in the Darfur province. One of the other Zionists’ “problem” with Sudanese Islamist-regime is that the country has world’s largest un-tapped reserves (more than 12% of world’s known oil/gas reserves), for the drilling of which Khartoum has awarded the major contracts to China.

No. 4 – Hugo Chavez ( born 1954) – is the current president of Venezuela, the South American country which is the largest supplier of oil to the world outside the Middle East. Though rich in natural resources, the country like the US, was controlled by a handful of rich elites while the great majority of citizens lived in poverty. Chavez was born into a poor family of school teachers. As a good baseball player, he got a scholarship to study at Venezuelan Military Academy. After completing the degree course in Military Science and Engineering, Ch’avez joined the Army. In 1992, he was jailed for two years for his part in the failed military coup against pro-American Perez government. He was first elected President of the country in 1998. His revolutionary policies in controlling the country’s wealth irked the multi-national foreign corporations. Washington tried to bring a regime-change, but failed miserably. Chavez was re-elected in 2000, survived a coup in 2002 and emerged victorious from a recall vote in 2004. In August 2005, pro-Israeli ‘Islamophobe’, Pat Robertson called for the murder of Hugo Chavez – for which Venezuelan foreign minister Ali Rodriquez blasted Bush Zionist administration for ‘double standard’. After last year Israeli invasion of Gaza Strip – Hugo Chavez kicked out Israeli Ambassador from Venezuela. During his address to UN General Assembly in September, Chavez blasted the Zionist entity and Washington’s blind support for the Zionazi thugs – making the US and Israeli diplomats to walk-out during his speech. Hugo Chavez also support Tehran’s right to use nuclear technology for civilian purpose.

No. 5 – Ismail Haniya (born 1962) – is the democratically elected prime minister of Palestinian Territories (Gaza, West Bank and East Jerusalem). Ismail was also born into a modest Palestinian family. He is one of the leading member of Palestinian Islamic Resistance, Hamas. He took over the post on February 21, 2006 – after his group defeated the pro-US secularist Fatah. He graduated from Islamic University of Gaza. In 1997, he became an assistant to Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin – the duty he carried out till March 22, 2004 when Sheikh Yassin was martyred by Zionazi assassins on the orders of Israeli prime minister Gen. Ariel Sharon.

No. 6 – Recep Tayyip Erdogan (born 1954) – is the current charismatic leader of Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi or AKP) which won 2002 parliamentary elections – but Erdogan could not assume the office of prime ministership because he was banned for reciting a poem glorifying Turkey under pro-Islamist Ottoman Empire. However, a speedy changed to Kemalist anti-Islam ban allowed him to assume the office soon after. Erdogan was born into a poor family. His father was a coastguard in the city of Rize. Erdogan joined the Welfare Party and was elected Mayor of Istanbul in 1994. Erdogan is considered a “moderate” Muslim leader and has maintained good relations with the American Jewish lobby groups (AJC, ADL, etc.) until he blasted Israeli president Shimon Peres for his country’s barbaric tactics during the 23-day seige of Gaza Strip one year ago. On June 10, 2005 – ADL chief, abraham Foxman, presented Erdogan with ADL’s Courage to Care Award for Turkish Ambassadors’ saving 100,000 Jews from the Nazi regime. However, now Erdogan ranks next to Ahmadinejad as the most evil world leader – for supporting Iran’s nuclear ambition and calling Ahmadinejad as a “good friend”.

3 responses to “World’s top independent leaders

  1. I’ll go along with your choice of independent leaders, that is apart from Erdogan, I reserve judgement on him until I see the outcome of the Syrian campaign. However I am beginning to have queasy feelings about Iran. In particular Press TV. Yet again, George Galloway raised my hackles. He as good as accused a young French Muslim of anti_Semitism for raising the question of the banking sytem and last night he called an English caller a conspiracy theorist for the same thing. enochered.

  2. I, too, doubts about Erdogan’s foreign policy since he blessed NATO strike against a defenseless Muslim nation of Libya. I believe after his challenging P5+1 along with Brazil, he realized that he realized that an independent foreign policy is not good for Turkey’s national interests which are tied with Israel, NATO and the western puppet regimes in the region. Currently, he is working for regime change in Syria for the same reasons. However, my original choice was based on his success in liberating Turkish Muslim majority from Kemalist fascism of over eight decades.

    The views expressed on Press TV are not censored by Ahmadinjad’s government or by Mullahs. Most of its guests happen to be non-Muslims and western historians, politicians and anti-war activists. It was Press TV’s independent reporting which annoyed the Israel lobby groups in Britain and got it banned.

  3. Hello again, I was not too happy when Turkey joined NATO. As if that was not bad enough, they want to join the EU. Why anyone would want to join that is beyond me, we all want to get out. As for Press TV they have not been taken off the air, they have been fined 100,000 Euros. They too are strangely silent about the banking system. The Iranian system is not under the control of Rothschild and it does not charge interest. Why not let the rest of the world know about this. It is exactly this, which Galloway calls a conspiracy theory or anti-Semitism. No caller is even allowed to mention the subject, in order to maintain the total ignorance of Europeans, where the economy is being destroyed by Banking interest payments

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