Tuesday, April 21, 2009

UN: Hey, At Least Ahmadinejad Didn't Deny the Holocaust in His Durban II Speach

The standards at the UN are pretty low. The Iranian President called for the elimination of Israel, but in a giant gesture of good-will, he decided to drop his planned reference to the "dubious holocaust." The UN chalks that up as a major victory for tolerance.

The Iranian President was the only head of state in the world to attend the conference as a keynote speaker. The UN felt that even though Iran is a country where homosexuals are hanged in the streets, women are property, and the country is under international sanctions, that Ahmadinejad would be a perfectly suitable candidate to lecture the world about "racism". It doesn't get much sicker than that.

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