The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Daily Dictator, Columbia Edition

Here's what The People's Hero of Columbia University thinks of America:

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, 3rd left, and other dignitaries watch as military jeeps of the Iran Revolutionary Guards carry anti U.S. and anti Israel slogans during large-scale military parades to mark the 27th anniversary of the Iraqi invasion of Iran that sparked the bloody 1980-88 war, in Tehran, Iran on Saturday Sept. 22, 2007. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian)

Anyone who thinks that this man is somehow a "democratic" saviour of the world, rather than the homicidal and nuclear-striving maniac that he is, well, very clearly insane. You know, something like this guy?

Ahmadinejad has made his hatred towards the West very clear, for anyone who has bothered to look hard enough. Would his government constantly exhibit such displays of "tolerance" as this if this were not the case?

Incidentally, you probably don't want to know what happens to dissenters in real autocratic regimes like Columbia's Iranian Republic of Nuclear Peace.

 Tags: hasan sarbakhsian AP #Dictatorship


#1 Rooster 24-Sep-2007
Hitler called. He's even appalled at Columbia University. When der Führer is offended, that's saying something.
#2 Brian C. Ledbetter 24-Sep-2007
"Rooster, are you referring to one of my [i]personal[/i] heroes?"[/center]
#3 captainfish 24-Sep-2007
I still can't believe we let him in our country.

Would we have allowed Hitler and his SS guards into our country while he was massacring the Jews?
#4 Brian C. Ledbetter 25-Sep-2007
I can.

And I think the answer to [i]that[/i] question is fairly self-evident at this point—even if Bollinger didn't come out and say so as obviously as he did.

Interesting tidbit: Before the scale of his murderousness became [i]very[/i] obvious to the Allied powers, Adolph Hitler's policies of racial cleansing were actually advocated and [i]supported[/i] by our intelligentsia. See the Eugenics Archive (reciting the URL for memory—let me know if it doesn't load) for details on how America's leaders at ALL LEVELS celebrated his "advancements" in the "science" of racial purity.

It's actually a pretty damning condemnation of the West to observe that it took the outright [i]murdering[/i] 6 million people for us to understand how [u]evil[/u] Eugenics was.

In any case, my point remains: Academia is not always where we should expect to find [i]truly[/i] enlightened thought. At least, not in terms of Christ's illumination, that is.

#5 logipundit 14-Oct-2007

Just noticed the link. Thanks for keeping Rothell humble. We love him, though, even if he's a nut.

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