Tuesday, December 13, 2005

President of Iran Says Holocaust Is a "Myth"

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today that the murder of millions of Jews under Nazi Germany during the Second World War is a "myth."

In a live television broadcast he stated, "They have invented a myth that Jews were massacred and place this above God, religions and the prophets."

According to BBC,

Mr Ahmadinejad also called for Europe, the US or Canada to create a Jewish state there, instead of the Middle East.

Mr Ahmadinejad's latest declaration reiterates comments he made last week in which he said he did not accept six million Jews were killed by the Nazis, remarks which were widely condemned.

The president also sparked international outrage in October when he said Israel should be "wiped off the map".
This is the same man who boasts about Iran's nuclear "power" program and threatens the United Nations if it decides to enact sanctions against his country.

Israel, of course, has once again condemned Ahmadinejad's remarks as being totally unacceptable and inexcusable.

Why is the rest of the world silent? Must Israel stand alone? Like Pontius Pilate are the Western powers "washing their hands" of the matter and leaving the President of Iran free to incite mob violence and mass hysteria without so much as a "Drop dead" response?

I fear that Israel will be used by the Western Nations as a scape goat, being forced to attack Iran on its own in order to ensure its own self-preservation.

Iran and North Korea continue to be the world's deepest wells for the propogation of world terror.

Sooner or later something will have to be done about Iran's nuclear ambitions.

If this creepy ideologue cannot unify the nations of the world in their attempts to curtail Iran's nuclear enrichment program, nobody and nothing can.

Historically, nation's exhibiting an evil intent against their neighbors invariably discover their leadership descending into irrational madness.

Iran does not appear to be an exception.