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Monday, December 18, 2006

What went on at the Holocaust denial conference

The American Thinker had an article on Thursday by an Iranian (presumably an exile with a fatwa on his head) named Amil Imani, who claims that Ahmadinadinnerjacket and his Islamofacist friends don't represent true Iranians. While I hope Imani is correct, what I found more interesting is his description of what went on at the Holocaust 'conference' last week.
The circus in Tehran, billed as "conference" was nothing more than a disgusting attempt by the savage inheritors of Muhammad's dogma of hate to continue in his tradition of wanton attacks on all unbelievers, particularly the Jews.

It is said that you can tell a great deal about people by the company they keep. And who was given a front seat at this "conference?" Arguably one of the world's greatest racist scums: former KKK Imperial Wizard David Duke.

In order to show his hateful fiber and simultaneously ingratiate himself to his newly discovered Petrodollar rich co- fascists, the fool Wizard told the 70 or so participants, "The Zionists have used the Holocaust as a weapon to deny the rights of the Palestinians and cover up the crimes of Israel," music to the ears of the hate-driven mullahs and fascists of the world.

Then, the Wizard told the Associated Press, "The Holocaust is the device used as the pillar of Zionist imperialism, Zionist aggression, Zionist terror and Zionist murder"

You are excused if you dismiss the "conference" as an inconsequential forum, since any event that would have David Duke as its star attraction is bound to be nothing more than an instance of psychopathic bigotry. However, rest assured that this is not the case. The shameless Wizard and his handler, the equally disgusting fascist, have other "luminaries" working with them side-by-side to demonstrate conclusively that the Holocaust is a myth and the Jews will have to re-experience it again to make it real to the delight of these children of Hitler.

The impish Ahmadinejad, a man called "monkey" by Iranians, opened Tuesday's session by thanking God that the Zionist regime was about to expire soon, "its lifetime will be over and their interests as well as reputation will be endangered."

Parroting the line of the "monkey," Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour, a former interior minister and one of the founders of Lebanese Hezbollah, told the gathering, "All the studies and research carried out so far have proven that there is no reason to believe that the Holocaust ever occurred and that it is only a tale."

A card-carrying psychopath (in my unprofessional opinion), Austrian Wolfgang Froehlich, who served a two-year jail sentence in his home country for denying the Holocaust, handed out the text of his speech to participants. Apparently he did not relish another trip to jail, since denying the Holocaust is crime in a number of European countries, while it can earn one-valued privileges in some Islamic lands.

A crowning comment was that of Nabil Soleiman, an adviser to the ministry of religious affairs in Syria, "If the Holocaust ever occurred, it was a conspiracy against the Arab-Islamic world as today the Middle East is still paying the consequences," he said at the event.

Mohammad Ali Ramini, an Ahmadinejad adviser, announced that he will chair a committee to find "the truth on the genocide of Jews," at the end of the gathering. And here the rest of us had thought that these bigots had already the truth about the myth of the Holocaust in hand. They have been saying so, even before this landmark "scholarly" gathering took place. Why bother with another "high" commission to prove the proven? Well, one of those fascists' ways.

Serving on the committee with Ramini are Robert Fuerisson, a French professor who denies the existence of gas chambers, as well as Holocaust deniers from Syria, Switzerland, Austria, Canada, the United States and Bahrain.

Now, how could anyone expresses any reservation, much less disgust about the impartial work of such a "distinguished" international group of "scholars," sponsored by no less that the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran?
Reading this, I cannot understand how Neturei Karta could make the following claim:
According to Hirsch, "Because the UN agreed to establish a state because of the Holocaust, the Iranians are claiming something very logical. They aren't saying that there wasn't a Holocaust, but who perpetrated the Holocaust? The Nazis, the Germans. So they should at least pay compensation to the Jewish nation and establish a Jewish state within Germany and not within the land of Israel, which belongs to the Palestinians."
Sounds to me like Mr. Hirsch (I'm sure he calls himself 'Rabbi' - the 'Mr.' was intentional) needs to wake up and smell the coffee.


At 11:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1) Those guys are really obsessed with the Jews, like they have nothing else to worry about; and

2) I find it very interesting that "a-mad-dinky-jackass" is called monkey in Iran. Bush is also associated with a monkey.

At 2:50 PM, Blogger Michael said...

The whole thing is very Orwellian; they are trying to change the past so that they can create their own present and future. That, more than their blatant bigotry, is what's really scary.

Why? Because they are creating generations of brainwashed psychopaths; people with no education except what their State tells them, and no concept of any "other" that is not hateful.

To take another, more poppish, entertainment analgoy, I am reminded of the scene in the second "Lord of the Rings" movie, when the orcs are attacking the men of Rohan at Helm's Deep, and the King of Rohan asks, "What can men do, against such reckless hate?"

It's a question that is relevant to us now, as is the answer:

"Ride out with me. Ride out and meet it." (in battle, of course)

Or maybe I watch too much TV, and read too many books...

At 4:40 PM, Blogger Urban Infidel said...

How does the Neturei Karta justify calling themselves religious while saying that Jews 'deserved to die' in World War 2...?

Thusly, they believe that only the non-Jewish victims of Nazi Germany 'didn't deserve' it.

Boggles the mind.


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