Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Iranian Spokesman Claims the Holocaust Is a Big Lie

"In late 2005 [Iran's President] Ahmadinejad branded the Holocaust a 'myth.' His comment was followed by a conference in Tehran in 2006 that brought together Holocaust deniers and revisionists."--Breitbart (1-27-09)

President Obama wants to tell people whom they should listen to, and he also complains that Americans don't listen. The President scolds the Republicans and suggests that they don't listen to him because they are listening to Rush Limbaugh. President Obama is a really condescending person to assume people can't think for themselves. It is possible to listen to and disagree with President Obama even if one does not listen to Rush Limbaugh.

CNS News (1-27-09) reports:

“You can’t just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done,” Obama said to Republican leaders who met with the president to talk about the stimulus package.

Besides listening to him, President Obama apparently thinks that our government should listen to and "get engaged" with "all major parties" in the Middle East. Does that mean that we should listen to conspiracy theorists in the Middle East like Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, shown above?

Yahoo News (1-26-09) reports on an interview taped Monday by the Dubai-based Arabic cable TV network, Al-Arabiya:

Obama said he felt it important to "get engaged right away" in the Mideast and had directed Mitchell to talk to "all the major parties involved." His administration would craft an approach after that, he said in the interview.

"What I told him is start by listening, because all too often the United States starts by dictating," Obama told the interviewer.

Really? It seems to me that it is the official media and the fanatics in Muslim countries who are dictating to their own people. It also seems to me that some leaders in Muslim countries need enemies because they are demagogues who appeal to hatred and prejudice.

Was President Obama's former minister Rev. Jeremiah Wright expressing the views of black people when he spread the long-discredited KGB lie that the U.S. Army made AIDS to kill black people? I listened to that filth and decided that I was just listening to a vicious KGB mouthpiece who deceived his congregation and spread hatred and mistrust.

According to a writer named Dr. Jack Cashill, the Weather Underground terrorist-bomber Professor Bill Ayers had a hand in writing President Obama's 1995 autobiography Dreams from My Father.

Before he goes on Arab television and informs the Arab world that Americans don't listen, I think that the President should go on American television and either confirm or deny Dr. Cashill's allegations. President Obama says Americans don't listen, but I'd like to listen to the President personally and plainly confirm or deny that the communist bomber Bill Ayers had a hand in writing his autobiography Dreams from My Father.

Here is Tuesday's racist conspiracy theory from an Iranian spokesman named Gholam Hossein Elham as reported by Iran's official press agency IRNA, in case President Obama wants to listen to this filth:

Iran's government spokesman on Tuesday branded the Holocaust a "big lie" created to place the Islamic republic's arch-foe Israel in the Middle East, the state IRNA news agency reported.

"The Holocaust is a concept coming from a big lie in order to settle a rootless regime in the heart of the Islamic world," Gholam Hossein Elham told a conference on Gaza in central Iran's religious city of Qom.

It was not the first time an Iranian official has questioned the massacre of Jews by Nazis in World War II.

Iran does not recognise Israel, and since his election in 2005 President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has attracted international condemnation by repeatedly predicting that the Jewish state is doomed to disappear.

In late 2005 Ahmadinejad branded the Holocaust a "myth." His comment was followed by a conference in Tehran in 2006 that brought together Holocaust deniers and revisionists.

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