Sunday, October 21, 2007

Axis Of Evil, Or Hitler or Something

Look, his head is about to explode and change into a grotesque shape. He's Satan!
I can't believe I've been deceived into thinking Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was something more innocuous than he is, which is another one of the Hitlers out there of our day.

He hates the Jews and US as a result. He hates the Jews and US because he hates God and the freedom of choice that we represent. He parades as an angel of light calling us evil and says he wants to rid the world of us to usher in the kind of world he wants. But he looks pretty OK. He looks fairly refined and good looking and he has come across as being sort of friendly towards the U.S.

In Joel Rosenberg's new book Epicenter, Ahmadinejad's ideas and agenda are stated clearly in no uncertain terms in the introduction.

The book says:

The man Iranians elected to be their president in the summer of 2005 was Mahmoud Amahdinejad, who until then had been the mayor of Tehran. Few outside the capital city knew much about him at the time. Even those inside may not have fully appreciated what they were getting themselves into. But with each passing day, the picture became clearer-and more troubling.

Upon taking office, Ahmadinejad undertook a series of moves that sent shock waves through world capitals, rattled global markets, and drove up the international price of oil. He told associates that he believed the end of the world was just two or three years away. He said he believed he had been chosen by Allah to become Iran's leader at this critical hour to hasten the coming of the Islamic messiah known as the Twelfth Imam or the Mahdi by launching a final holy war against Christians and Jews. He publicly vowed to annihilate the United States. He vowed to wipe Israel "off the map." He also dramatically accelerated Iran's effort to build, buy, or steal the nuclear weapons necessary to bring about the end of days in accordance with his Shiite Muslim theology.

skipping a part in between...

Ahmadinejad gave a speech in Tehran in which he further clarified his objectives. "Is it possible for us to witness a world without America and Zionism?" he asked a gathering of terrorist leaders from such groups as Hamas and Islamic Jihad. "You had best know that this slogan and this goal are attainable, and surely can be achieved." He then urged Muslims around the world to prepare for the day when "our holy hatred expands" and "strikes like a wave."

Six months later, Ahmadinejad upped the ante yet again, declaring in a nationally televised address that Iran had successfully enriched uranium and joined the "nuclear club," leading a number of Western Intelligence agencies and experts to predict that Iran could have operational nuclear weapons in the next two or three years-just in time for the Bush administration to leave office and, presumably, for the end of the world to begin.

And liberals nonchalantly invite him to speak at Columbus University - a demagogue! When will we wake up?

No comments: