Iranian leader tells Obama where to stick his sanctions

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warns Barack Obama over new sanctions imposed on Iran.

“We think by issuing resolutions against us, Mr. Obama will suffer more,” said Mr. Ahmadinejad during a press conference. “The philosophy of Mr. Obama coming to power was to make a change to the tough behavior of the United States. The fact that he’s going to take decisions against the Iranian people is an end to his stature.”

Leading nations including the United States, Germany, France and Great Britain support tough sanctions on Iran as they continue to build a nuclear weapons program. (They support them but they won’t impose them)

Mr. Ahmadinejad is seeking help from Uganda, amongst other countries. “It is clear that there are two versions… For us, we are not an agent of anybody,” said Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, standing next to Mr. Ahmadinejad. POLITICALLY ILLUSTRATED