This video was filmed in the presence of an unaware assistance, and was subsequently brought out from Iran clandestinely. It was reportedly recorded in the city of Qom on June 13, 2009, which is the day after the Iranian elections. French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy and journalist Fariba Hachtroudi diffused it on June 26 2009.
It shows Mahmoud Ahmadinejad thanking his mentor sitting beside him, Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi, for the services (what services?) he provided and directed.
He gives a sibylline talk to a restricted and private assembly. He mentions that a difficult period ended, but that an even more difficult one is to come. However, he adds that the “issue” they discussed and desired is close to be achieved.
He also talks about a movement in need of a strong theoretical backing as well as of a practical support. This movement aims to a radical Islamic government in Iran as a premise for a global movement. For this, it is necessary to mobilize all intellectual and executive potentials, for which he proposes the constitution of a task group. He also states that if in previous times the nation was lacking the means and the army force to carry on “the movement”, today the opportunity of succeding exists. He expresses the hope for the early achievement of a significant change (or project).
He finally thanks the Taliban, there present, for their generous financial support and dedication.
I believe everybody should know about the real intentions of this man and of the movement he talks about.