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Friday, September 25, 2009

Katie Couric shows Ahmadinejad concentration camp pictures

A few hours before he spoke at the United Nations, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave an exclusive interview to CBS News' Katie Couric. Couric pulled out pictures of dead Jews at Nazi concentration camps and asked Ahmadinejad whether he thought the pictures were fake. Ahmadinejad tried to change the subject.

Let's go to the videotape.

The very fact that the 'international community' treats this clown as an equal among world leaders speaks volumes about the low level to which the 'international community' has sunk. Sure, sixty million people died in World War II. But with the exception of gypsies and homosexuals, no one else other than the Jews was systematically murdered rather than being killed in battle (if there's another group that was targeted of which I am not aware, please send me an email and I will revise the post - in any event the number of Jews murdered dwarfs all the others who were deliberately targeted). If Ahmadinejad really thinks that no one else understands that distinction, he's a bigger fool than I gave him credit for being.

Here's the full interview with Couric. Here's part 1 - let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Haaretz).

And here's part 2 - let's go to the videotape.

When we pray for God to "wipe evil governments off the face of the earth" on the High Holidays, we most certainly should have Ahmadinejad in mind.


At 7:27 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Disgusting. The Haman of today is like the Haman of the days mentioned in the Book Of Esther. We all know the outcome. Someone who wishes the Jewish people harm will eventually come to no good end - may Ahmedinejad and his name be blotted out from under Heaven!

Let us have faith in the Guardian Of Israel as we pray for the redemption of our souls and for G-d to preserve every Jew for another New Year!

At 9:33 PM, Blogger Captain.H said...

By contrast, I was deeply impressed by Prime Minister Netanyahu's address to the UN General Assembly. This is posted in full on YouTube, for those interested. (Carl, maybe you might want to post his speech, which is available in four parts.)

Mr. Netanyahu's speech was a masterpiece of rhetoric in speaking truth and moral clarity.

At 12:47 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

erm, mr achmadinejad? i'm confused. so you *do* agree that it was 60 million who died - and not 54 million - after all?

At 8:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahmadinejad played Couric's game, not that I like/agree with his stances, but the interviews were not meant to be informative, just posturing


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