Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Who Does This Remind You Off?

If you have any doubt that this is Hitler incarnate, think again.

I will again challenge you to ask around at work, ask the people you interact with what they know or think of what is going on in Iran.

As I have found, the people I see on a daily basis, know very little.

It is my goal, my mission to make as many people as possible aware of the danger that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad presents to the world.

Iranian leader denies Holocaust

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has courted further controversy by explicitly calling the Nazi Holocaust of European Jewry a "myth".

"They have created a myth today that they call the massacre of Jews and they consider it a principle above God, religions and the prophets," he said.

On live TV, he called for Europe or North America - even Alaska - to host a Jewish state, not the Middle East.

Israel swiftly denounced the president's comments.

"We hope these extremist comments... will make the international community open its eyes and abandon any illusions about this regime," Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Mark Regev told AFP news agency.

Speaking to thousands of people in south-eastern city of Zahedan, Mr Ahmadinejad brushed aside criticism of his views, saying it was orchestrated by supporters of Israel.

"If someone were to deny the existence of God... or prophets and religion, they would not bother him. However, if someone were to deny the myth of the Jews' massacre, all the Zionist mouthpieces and the governments subservient to the Zionists tear their larynxes and scream against the person as much as they can," he said.

Israel's spokesman said the Iranian president's latest remarks reflected a "perverse vision of the world held by this regime".

BBC Tehran correspondent Frances Harrison says the Iranian press has wholeheartedly endorsed the president's views, calling them logical and less passive than the approach of previous Iranian governments.

So the Iranian press has wholeheartedly endorsed his views.

Is anyone else concerned about Iran yet?

The world, as a whole, should be.

The sentiment felt by the Iraninan press should be enough evidence that Iran should be in every headline, and on the mind of every decent human being on the planet.

If we don't put a stop to this now, we will be dealing with Hitler and The Nazi's, part 2.

Also seen at The Fu2rman and Friends.

No comments: