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Monday, December 11, 2006

Iran's twisted logic

In today's news, Iran is hosting a conference of "scholars" from around the world to look into the question of whether the holocaust really happened. According to President Ahmadinejad, we in the West have all been duped by "Schindler's List."

Excuse me Mr. Ahmadinejad, I've actually been to Auschwitz, the camp in Poland where Jews were gassed to death. It happened.

Somehow I don't think Mr. Ahmadinejad really cares about the truth. Look at this classic case of Iranian doublespeak.

"If the official version of the Holocaust is thrown into doubt, then the identity and nature of Israel will be thrown into doubt. And if, during this review, it is proved that the Holocaust was a historical reality, then what is the reason for the Muslim people of the region and the Palestinians having to pay the cost of the Nazis' crimes?" Mottaki said.


Let me get this straight. If the holocaust didn't really happen, then why should Israel have been created in the first place? If it did happen, then why should the Palestinians pay for Euroope's crimes?

Sounds completely logical to me!

Here is the scary part: The West is actually turning a blind eye to allowing this man develop nukes.

The Western world needs to wake up. Ahmadinejad is Hitler.

3 comments:

pete said...

Unfortunately the U.S., having done fairly little to stop him, has done way more than the rest of the world. Of course we won't make a big deal of it because if Bush even acts like the U.S. will go to war on this guy, the truth is that the U.S. would go to war on Bush. It's sad to know that we could stop this man, but instead everyone is screaming for the U.S. to just sit back and watch the madness and find a way to make life easier on us here so we can get more money and more obese.
Pete

toby said...

i think it's sad that people are questioning the existance of the holocaust. it wasn't even that long ago. what's the trend with questioning history that we don't want to exist? and what's next?

agreed that the US needs to wake up. pete, i'm with you that bush would face a lot of opposition if he tried to go after this guy.

also, i'm going to say that we need to examine our intentions for going to war. perhaps 30 or more years ago, the answer would be more clear. but the states should develop some guidelines for when we do and when we don't go to war. perhaps that's a simplistic solution to a complex problem...

any thoughts?

Pete said...

Yeah, all of my answers are overly simplistic too. 30 years ago, 10 Special Ops teams could have solved the problem in one night. That's kind of frowned upon nowadays. Perhaps we could get the Krazy Korean to call the Mad Irnanian a momma's boy and see where things go from there? I don't know. All I know is that no matter how it all unfolds, over 50% of Americans are going to be angry and blame the government in the end.