New York, Sept 21 â€“ Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has again questioned the Holocaust which he saysÂ “has been exaggerated as a pretext for war.” He also warned the United States that an attack on his country’s illegal nuclear weapons facilities would unleash aÂ “war without end.”
Ahmadinejad dismissed the idea of a U.S. military strike.Â “The United States has never entered a serious war, and has never been victorious …The United States doesn’t understand what war looks like. When a war starts, it knows no limits,” he said.
Earlier, the Iranian leader gave what was described by Agence France-Presse as aÂ “chaotic speech” at the UN summit on the Millennium Development Goals in which he blamed capitalism for the world’s ills. He broke off at one point to complain that his words were not being accurately translated. (The Israel Project)
Andrea Mitchell is really pathetic.Â one more apology from her and we can expect her to throw herself to the ground and prostrate herself in front of this supreme savage.
Note that the left, the mainstream media and Bloomberg politicians are on the same page as the annihilationist-in-chief.
Conspiracy Paranoia Alert. Note how respectful, even deferential NBC’s Andrea Mitchell is toward the Thug-In-Chief, and how anxious she is to show him that Jewish leaders, and clearly she herself, think that a triumphal mega-mosque at Ground Zero would be a fine thing. Contrast that to the confrontational, hostile tone mainstream media interviewers take on when interviewing someone against the Ground Zero mosque or some other foe of Islamic supremacism. (Atlas Shrugs)
Meanwhile, ObamaÂ plans to tell Iran that the “door is open” to even better relations with the international community, if it can demonstrate the peaceful intent of its nuclear program.
(ABC) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad warned the Obama administration today that if Iran’s nuclear facilities are attacked, the U.S. will face a war that “would know no boundaries.”Â More from eye on the world…
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The terminology “two states for two peoples” was controversial whenÂ Netanyahu first announced support for that principle last year. It has been emraced for years by the far left, includingÂ Gush Shalom. It goes without saying that Western leaders likeÂ Tony Blair support that formulation as a given. Â (FromÂ YNet via Elder of Ziyon)