Iranian Official On Obama: "The Only Change Is That This N***er Talks About Regime Change"

Iran drops the n-bomb on Obama.

Iranian official Mohammad Javad Larijani dropped the n-word while attacking Barack Obama at a meeting with engineers.
PBS reported:

Mohammad Javad Larijani criticized the policies adopted by U.S. President Barack Obama and referred to him using a racial epithet.

“When Barack Obama was sworn into office he talked of verbally engaging Iran,” the U.C. Berkeley graduate was quoted as saying. “What has changed is that today this [the equivalent of the N-word in Farsi] talks of regime change in Iran.”

In a Saturday meeting at the Islamic Engineers Society, Larijani said, “I am not a racist, but I must respond to this man [Obama] in some way.”

Larijani’s brother, Ali, is the speaker of Majles (Parliament). Another brother, Sadegh, is head of the judiciary.

Hat Tip Winston

Boy that first year of hope and change worked wonders, didn’t it?

Do you suppose the NAACP will excuse the Iranian regime too?

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  • UncleZeb

    ha ha ha ha cough choke ha ha ha ha……
    Too funny.

  • Neo

    That’s the end now.
    The NAACP will be all over them like a cheap suit.

  • Tim H

    Boy, that thing about the whole world thinking he is the best thing since sunshine and cream cheese has gone south. Now they are realizing what a clown he really is.

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  • USMC Thomas

    The world leaders are realizing how easy it is to play SOBama for the FOOL he is. It’s like their selling him a car for window sticker price and making him believe he got a bargain.

  • vargas

    I think it must be his dialect that he uses in trying to engage them…..that turns Iranians off to him!

  • JHE

    “What has changed is that today this [the equivalent of the N-word in Farsi] talks of regime change in Iran.”

    Either he said ni**er or he didn’t. There is no “Farsi equivalent”.

  • Andrew X

    THIS is something conservatives should trumpet far and wide, as consider how exruciating it must be for “progressives” to process.

    He’s Iranian, hates America, thus must be respected and given any and all benefit of doubt.

    BUT…. He has committed THE absolute cardinal sin, I need not even discuss what would be said if any white person on planet earth said this.

    Forcing progressives to deal with the internal contradictions of their own idea system, and to deal with the fact that non-white humans sin (or “”sin””) EVERY bit as much as their white brethren, is a 24/7 duty, but it must be done, and hammered on relentlessly, if we are ever to begin replacing their twisted values with sane and honorable ones.

  • jones

    Will Michelle vouch for this guy, based on his “record”–?

  • jonyjoe101

    More disinformation. Obama talks alot of smack but not once has he ever talk about “regime change” in Iran, he must’ve confused Obama with Bush.

    More than likely the Iranian official was “liquored up” when he was going off at the mouth. Obama is a close friend of the Iranians, more and more he is going for the almadinnerjacket “tieless” look.

  • thiacyn

    UC Bezerkley, go figure they taught him “Farsi”, cough 😉

  • Nahanni

    Do you suppose the NAACP will excuse the Iranian regime too?

    Of course they will.

    The Iranian Islamofascists and the NAACP are all on the same team.

  • HarryPrimate

    Maybe it’s just me but isn’t it a little odd that when Obama’s numbers really start to tank that some ne’er do well in Iran calls him a racial slur. Almost as if someone expected Americans to become outraged that anyone would use that kind of language about “our” president. The Elle Light farce was exposed and then suddenly those nasty Iranians start calling Barry O names. Something about this just doesn’t smell quite right.

  • dallasdan

    LMAO…..calling Jesse and Al to the rescue

  • Pat the First

    OT: Why has the POTUS gone to wearing no ties? For 4 years of his life, he could at least try to look Presidential.

  • His initials are BO, of course it doesn’t smell right lol

  • NeoKong

    I’m not trying to be a party pooper here but I would feel more comfortable if we didn’t highlight the fact that someone called our POTUS the n- word like it is funny.

    I have many differences with this President but it never involved his skin color. Whatever language the n-word was used in it was wrong and offensive and I will be the first to defend Barack Obama from being demeaned by a racial slur and I hope that I have many supporters on that.
    Good day.

  • Valerie

    There is no “Farsi equivalent”.

    Yes, there is. That’s exactly how it was explained in the news article.

  • Solaratov

    I don’t know who that clown is talking about, but it’s not *our* barack. OUR barack has NEVER called for “regime change” in Iran – even when the regime was murdering their own disidents in the streets.
    As far as I can see, d’ohbama is a real pal to the Iranian regime and a great admirer of A-jad (even copying his sartorial style). And, he seems all too willing to co-exist with a nuclear Iran – even at the expense of Israel.

    Maybe Larijani got hold of some camel’s milk that had started fermenting, and was a bit in his cups, so to speak.

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  • *gasp!!

    They take notes good notes from liberals, don’t they?

  • *gasp!!

    They take good notes from liberals, don’t they?

  • andycanuck

    Does Mohammad Javad Larijani drive a pickup truck?

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  • Mare

    So, the world doesn’t love us more now that Obama is President? That’s a shocker.

    On principle, I don’t like some nut from another country calling my President names.

  • James Doulos

    Gosh, it sounds like he doesn’t have very much respect for President Obama! Maybe if President Obama went and apologized to the Iranian government for being so mean they would like him more? Yeah, that should work…

  • andycanuck

    I’m sure the Iranians can expect sternly-worded letters from Ellie Light soon.

  • Nope.

    No Sir.

    Not a chance.

    I ain’t a-gonna am be a-touchin’ this heah thang with a nine-foot pole……… or a ten-foot Hungarian.


    Cheers !

    Kenny Solomon
    Typical, bitter, Jewish, God-clinging, gun owner and barking-mad insane NASCAR fan.

  • I’m sure, much like the comment by Harry Reid, all will be forgiven; Iran being such a trustworthy ally and all.

    Watching Obama’s “on the job training” reminds me of the Truman Show in that we all have a front row seat to the maturation of a young, naive man. Makes me almost wish we had a president with real experience. Pass the popcorn…

    (And to think, I almost thought fellow radicals had respect for one another)

    Nathan R. Jessup

  • georgia

    This is not good. For the past year many heads of state (France, Germany, Russia, Japan, China, India, Israel, Iran, etc.) have shown very publicly that they have sized up POTUS to be a week man personally. Now they see him w/o clear support of the American public. They smell blood in the water. Obama (or Obummer) did not help himself (or the US) this past week. He was heckled in Boston (Sun.) and walked off camera saying “We’er OK, We’er OK! On Tues., he needs a podium & the teleprompter to speak to elementary school children. My take-away: His handlers were doing a practice run for SOTU, trying to re-build the confident voice that got him elected. Confidence combined w/ingorance.

  • AuntieMadder

    In a Saturday meeting at the Islamic Engineers Society, Larijani said, “I am not a racist, but I must respond to this man [Obama] in some way.”

    Then don’t do it using a racial slur, idiot. Notice how I didn’t call you by a racial slur? That’s how you should have “responded to” Obamao, idiot.

    I don’t like the use of racial slurs on anyone, not even on Obamao. I detest the man but it’s not because of his color.

  • NAACP and other democrat institutions don’t care much when it’s non-conservatives attacking the junior president.

  • Peoples Front of Judea

    Kiss it! Apologize!

  • NavyMom

    I agree with the other few on here who expressed dismay over the fact that our POTUS was grossly disrespected by our enemy. Did I vote for Obama? No. Do I like him? No. However, he is the POTUS and I don’t like it when some slimy little creep taunts the president of the US. It’s immaterial to me what the NAACP or Jesse Jackson say; I am offended by the creeps in Iran and I refuse to side with them and pile up on the president, even if he is BHO.

  • LimoLibsStink


    I have bowed, I’ve apologized, and I’ve groveled and all I get is racial slurs. Let me be clear, I will not be serving Mohmmad Javad Larijani coffee tomorrow. {sniff}

  • Ohio Granny

    Dudes and dudettes,
    Even black people in America don’t know what they want to be called. If this Iranian called him a Negro, then please run off to the Negro College Fund and arrest them for hate speech and racism. Many cultures call blacks or Africans “negros” as part of their language and culture. Just because some sniggering immature emotionally stunted thumb sucking brat at PBS doesn’t get it, doesn’t mean it was a racial slur.
    So why all the angst? At least he didn’t call him infidel.

  • Richard Aubrey

    This is one time, I’m guessing, the libs won’t think to object.
    An enemy of the US can do no wrong.

  • DaMav

    It gets even better.

    The wiki reference says he is the

    head of the human rights council in the judiciary

  • Jack

    What this guy’s remarks should show is the racism and bigotry that is inherent in Islam. Muslims are not tolerant of non-Muslims. We see it every day as they go around killing. But what is more heartbreaking is that Muslims are racists as well.

    Slavery still exists because of Islam. Blacks take note.

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  • Jim

    Sorry Barry,NAACP,Al,Jesse, and others, the rest of the world is not burdened by PC and white guilt.

  • Debbie

    I strongly support regime change in Iran. I also support changing the sick mindset of most of you who have posted on this blog. You sound like the hideous Iranian regime. Are you truly any different then they are- ignorant and mouthy.

  • Militant Conservative

    I have no respect for Obama the Traitor to my country,the constitution, and my countrymen. I care not what another person calls him. He is a traitor and deserves far worse. powder is dry.

  • Brendon Carr

    I’m sure that Farsi has an equivalent racial slur for black people. Korean does (I’ve lived in Seoul for 20 years). Probably every non-black country in the world has this kind of slur.

    In Korean, the crude equivalent to the n-word is basically “black-ass”, and it incenses me to hear Koreans casually toss off the insult about our President, as if I shared their racism because I’m white — even though I detest Obama, it’s not because of his black ass. And I don’t appreciate the Persians disrespecting our President with that kind of talk.

    He’s earned their disdain, though. If Larijani called him a naïf, or a thumbsucker, or a Commie — I wouldn’t have the kind of reaction I’m having to Larijani’s use of the n-word.

  • kate

    Unfortunately for black people who think they’ve latched onto the greatest belief system evah, there is enormous disdain for blacks in this greatest belief system evah. They are lower than the bottom of the barrel, truly cannon fodder and that this one happens to be precedent of The Great Satan doesn’t make one darn bit of difference. The caterwauling at sunset may be the most beautiful sound he’s ever heard but he will never be one of their inner circle. (Duped again, Barry.)

  • Stephen E. Morgan

    Unlike some of your posters I have to agree with the Iranian guy this time. The insult was directed towards the man and not the position. Whereas the insult is in fact a truth…

  • crystal

    Beware of the propanda arm of the Department of Justice–the “press office”. I am sure they have infiltrated this blog long ago, to plant racist comments and such. Longtime posters of this blog do not hold disdain for Obama because of anything other than his polices, and his seemingly hatred of the foundation of this country. Also his radical views, and his total ineptness as a POTUS. Skin color has no bearing, and the left , as Solaratov has so eloquently said, “has flogged that horse well beyond death”.
    So conservatives should move completely past this race isue. An islamist called our president the n-word. Islamists would like to see the entire world succumbed to their religion. Radical islamists use children, and women as suicide bombers. So an islamist tossing out the n-word doesn’t really move me. Maybe it’s because I’m black, I don’t know.
    I just find it hard for me to have any “Oh no he di’-ent!!!” moment about this.

  • myna

    NAACP will be cowering under their bed to confront the Iranians.

  • Ladue Pundit

    Pat the First
    January 24th, 2010 | 11:23 pm | #15
    OT: Why has the POTUS gone to wearing no ties? For 4 years of his life, he could at least try to look Presidential.
    A poster at Jihad Watch was wondering the same thing. While bemoaning the concessions given to Muslims, he listed among them Muslims students at a certain school refusing to wear ties or tuck in shirts for religious reasons.

    Apparently, tucking in a shirt signifies “impurity” because a man’s crotch is exposed, and wearing a tie signifies “crossing” a Christian practice. Who knew?

    When will Obama start leaving his shirt untucked?

    And P.S. Thank you crystal. Obama’s incompetence is not due to race but ideology. Those of you who despise him, as do I, should see this a purely racial attack.

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  • Doc99

    Where’s Al Sharpton when you need him?

  • flyoverland

    Has he apologized to Sharpton and Jesse yet? Do they have sensitivity training classes there?

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  • bg



    every time Obama numbers down..

    expect one of our enemies to
    speak out against their friend..

    da da da da da taqqiyah!!


  • AuntieMadder

    January 25th, 2010 | 9:33 am | #48

    Thanks, Crystal, for putting this into perspective. The man belongs to a death cult so we shouldn’t be shocked or offended that he called another man by a racial slur. Now, looking at it that way, I’m over it.

  • bg


    maybe it’s an Islamist code-word..




  • Sharon

    I am a center right independent and I do not agree with Obama’s agenda AT ALL. However, I find this so called officials chioice of words disgusting and degrading to our president. Whether you agree with his policies or not, he deserves respect as a human being! Shame on this racist Iranian!!

  • USMC Thomas

    Despite all the trashing of America as a despicable racist nation, the sad truth is that in the rest of the world the darker your skin, the lower on he social ladder you are viewed and treated.

  • bg


    trust me, Obama is extremely happy
    the “race card” is still being played..

    btw, Larijani is no Reid.. 😀


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  • LillyWest

    Oh come on gateway grow up!
    Your helping destroy free speech
    with your pc crap!

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  • Spider-Man

    This guy does not speak with a Farsi dialect, unless he wants to.

  • Joe Biden

    Mohammad Javad Larijani for President!

  • arlenearmy

    it would be interesting to hear w/NAACP would say. I dont think they would weigh on it, because they are trying to let the Reid stuff die down. Thus is an election season in the US.

  • Karl

    So what was the word exactly? What are its origins?

  • mohamad ghanbari

    answer to Ohio Granny
    I`m an Iranian and live in Iran.
    Larijani told “KAKA Siah” in farsi, it is a word for disdaining in this language.
    also you have to know mohamad javad larijani is a conservatist person in Iranian politic.