Iran tells IAEA atom research resumes January 9
Oh puhleeze………………they started back up months ago. They are pulling the MSM’s pud (and the pud of the world press for that matter). They are doing 90 on their atomic weapons build up.
Iran determined to resume nuclear fuel work:
Ahmadinejad said that Iran would not "step back" on its decision to resume
nuclear fuel work
I am talking into a fucking echo chamber here….hellooooooooo
Fascism, Islamism, and Anti-Semitism
Hardly anything has infuriated certain critics of the Bush Administration
more than the president’s vocabulary to describe the war on terrorism. Bush
warns of an "axis of evil," in which rogue nations collude with Muslim
extremists to acquire nuclear weapons. He regards Osama bin Laden and his cadre
of suicide bombers as "evildoers." He compares the theology of radical Islam to
that of European fascism and "all the murderous ideologies" of the twentieth
century. Intellectuals and others reject this talk as sophomoric and supremely
arrogant-just another manifestation of Bush’s cowboy diplomacy. Zbigniew
Brzezinski, National Security Advisor in the Carter Administration, voices a
typical note of contempt: "We have increasingly embraced at the highest official
level what I think can fairly be called a paranoiac view of the world."
Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that these same critics remain mostly mute
over the stunning remarks of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Two weeks ago the Iranian
president shocked Western leaders when he claimed that the Holocaust was "a
myth" created by Jews and "Zionist historians." This followed a previous slander
against Israel as "a tumor" to be "wiped off the map"–or, at best, relocated to
Europe. "Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic
nation’s fury," Ahmadinejad told the Organization of the Islamic Conference. His
anti-Semitic tirade comes as the Iranian leader continues to defy the United
Nations to pursue a nuclear weapons program. "I thought, my God, he’s a Nazi," a
German resident told Knight Ridder "I couldn’t believe that again the world was faced with a Nazi as a head of state. It’s beyond comprehension."
The rise of Islamo-fascism in Tehran, in fact, is not at all beyond
comprehension. Its emergence is perfectly predictable–given the political
theology of radical Islam and the culture of victimization that sustains it.
Like his mentor, the Ayatollah Khomeini, Ahmadinejad embraces an extremist
Shiite view of purity, obedience, death, and redemption. Bush deserves much
credit for recognizing this ideology for what it is: the totalitarian impulse,
inspired by utopian illusions and sanctified by the pathology of
Read it all I tell you! hat tip Anthony J
Another despot jumps on the The Ahmadinejad Doctrine. Just as
President Bush declared a "Bush Doctrine" stating plainly that there would be
no distinction between terrorists and those who harbor them, Ahmadinejad is
stating his judenrein plainly and telling the world you are either with him or
against him. Basically, he is opening the door to all the jew hating
closet dwellers to come out of the closet. Their day has come. No more shame.
Just as Hitler did. And, if you recall, al large part of the world embraced
Hitler for it (including Teddy "not to worry I can swim" Kennedy’s father –
Ambassador to England at the time).
At Mideast Dispatch Archive, Tom Gross points out that Venezuelan strongman
Hugo Chavez is joining ranks with Iranian “president” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and
spewing antisemitism reminiscent of 1930s Germany: Venezuelan President Chavez: “The descendants of the
Christ-killers” control the world.
Speaking at a rehabilitation center on December 24, the controversial
left-wing president said “the descendants of those who crucified Christ… have
taken ownership of the riches of the world, a minority has taken ownership of
the gold of the world, the silver, the minerals, water, the good lands, petrol,
well, the riches, and they have concentrated the riches in a small number of
For Spanish speakers on this list, the full speech can be found here
(PDF file). (The remarks about Jews are on page 18.)
hat tip Peter G via LGF here
Iran’s hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
criticized the foreign policy of
"detente" with the West of his predecessors.
Ahmadinejad "emphasized that in the past 16 years we implemented a policy of
detente and tried to get closer to Europe and to trust them, but this policy
achieved practically nothing for Iran", Kazem Jalali quoted the president as
saying on Tuesday.
I am getting really tired of this mental patient.
UPDATE: Speaking of mental patients;
This pearl of wisdom from Palestinian Legislative Council Candidate and Mother of Three Hamas
Umm Nidal Farhat: Israelis are Not Civilians and There are No Prohibitions on
Killing Them; I Am Willing to Sacrifice My Ten Sons
The following are excerpts from an interview with Umm Nidal(1),
Palestinian Legislative Council Candidate and the mother of three Hamas
terrorists who were killed while taking part in "martyrdom" operations. Dream2
TV aired this interview on December 21, 2005.
VIEW THIS CLIP HERE
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