ahmadinejad un.jpgThe US and other Western diplomats who walked out of a United Nations summit as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was delivering his address, have been criticized for failing to appreciate frank political discussions.

Reports say two US officials led the walkout as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was addressing the General Assembly in New York and were quickly followed by the British and other Western delegations.

 

Analysts have described the walkout as “an exhibition of high political immaturity in seeking to play double standard politics.”

 

 With the West taking to the forefront as the global democracy judge and being very vocal on human rights issues, analysts have criticized the walkout as a poor show that sought to deny the Iranian President his right to express his views on the global stage.

 
Some have said President Ahmadinejad’s theory that “some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East in order also to save the Zionist regime, should be given serious consideration in view of the walkout that angered the West and its allies.

Reports also say President Ahmadinejad has stolen the hearts of many in New York with his display of an articulate grasp of global issues.

 

 After his interviews with CNN’s Larry King and Christian Amanpour, the Iranian President is said to have gained more admirers than critics for his eccentric display of knowledge of global issues.

 

The 65th session of the UN General Assembly ends today with Zimbabwe’s Head of State and Government and Commander in Chief of the Defense Forces President Robert Mugabe billed to give his speech later on this evening.