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Ahmadinejad: ‘What dictators prescribe, hilarious’

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the “funniest [yet most] pathetic joke” is seeing a group of dictators gather to issue a resolution against another country demanding free elections.

In an inauguration ceremony for a number of development projects in the Qom on Monday, President Ahmadinejad said hegemonic powers have equipped and mobilized certain regional states to suppress a group of people in the region.

“These dictators issue resolutions against a country and tell that country to establish a democracy and hold free elections,” he said.

“Yet, someone must ask them whether they have ever held elections themselves.”

Ahmadinejad said, “We possess information that their turn is coming up immediately and in two to three years there will be no trace of many of the lousy dictators.”

The Iranian president added that European nations have expressed their hatred for their capitalist rulers, as capitalism has disgraced humanity.

He further reiterated the need to establish a new culture, ideology and order in the world, as democratic systems have failed to bring prosperity to nations.

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