A group of nations took part in yet another coordinated dis of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his speech at the United Nations a short time ago. Delegates from the United States, the United Kingdom, and France silently walked out of the chamber about twelve minutes into Ahmadinejad's address. As with previous walkouts, this one may have been triggered by the Iranian leader's condemnation of Israel ("Although the Zionist regime stockpiles hundreds of nuclear warheads, wages numerous wars in the Middle East region, and continues to threaten the people and nations of the region with acts of terror and threats of invasion, it enjoys the unconditional support of the United States government and its allies, and receives the necessary assistance to develop a nuclear weapons program"). Ahmadinejad was also criticizing nuclear-armed countries at the time. We're not sure if he'll ever again finish a speech with a full audience, poor guy.
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