Sean Hannity is a Zionist Mouthpiece at Fox News & Big Liar-Can’t Even Quote Accurately!
making a comeback? Sweet!
We really miss this ballsy little fellow from Iran who had a unique talent for really pissing-off the Zionists and their hired henchmen. The despicable Sean Hannity of Mossad-Fox would refer to him as
Mossad-Boy Sean Hannity foams at the mouth when discussing Iran. His particular hatred for
Ahmadinejad was “notorious” for denying the Holocaust TM. (Actually, he only questioned it, which means he doesn’t buy it.) The entertainment highlight of his Presidency, for us, came in 2006 when his government sponsored a two-day conference called the International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust. Iran’s Foreign Minister declared that the conference sought “neither to deny nor prove the Holocaust, but to provide an appropriate scientific atmosphere for scholars to offer their opinions in freedom about a historical issue.” Notable attendees included David Duke (oh horrors!), Robert Faurisson, Gerald Fredrick Toben, and Yisroel Dovid Weiss, a representative of the anti-Zionist Jewish sect, Neturei Karta.
1. “Holocaust Deniers” TM David Duke & Ahmadinejad 2. With anti-Zionist Neturei Karta 3. With the brilliant & courageous Holocaust debunking pioneer from France, Robert Faurisson.
The western Piranha Press widely condemned the gathering as a “Holocaust Denial” TM conference. Among the pathetic grovelers to obediently express their “shock” and dismay were Pope Benedict, President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Although the conference itself generated much controversy and negative publicity, the data presented and the opinions expressed during the meeting were blacked-out by the Judenpresse. Isn’t that interesting?
After Ahmadinejad’s re-election in 2009, CIA-NGO “color revolution” attempt broke out “spontaneously.” College kiddies and remnants of the old “pro-western” ruling class took to the streets claiming that Ahmadinejad’s re-election had been tainted by “voter-fraud.” Recall the “international outrage” over that fake killing of that pretty crisis-actress “Neda” — a staged stunt which our man Ahmadinejad called out as “suspicious.” Little Mo held firm and the Green Revolution fizzled out. The Soros-CIA-NGO gang hasn’t been able to bring it back since.
“Neda” from Tehran and her comical fake blood / fake death act.
But our fondest memory of Ahmadinejad is that of the beautiful open-letter from November 2006, that he penned to the American people at a time the Bush-Cheney-Wolfowitz neo-con gang had a war option against Iran “on the table.” Of course, Sulzberger’s Slimes and the rest of the evil Piranha Press deemed his letter “not fit to print” (or air) and totally blacked it out of public view — save for a few bottom-page-posted versions which appeared on a few network websites. “Youse guys” were never supposed to read this latter, and we suspect that most of you never even knew about it. An abridged version is pasted for you here — with a link to the CNN source at the end. It is a bit more lengthy of an excerpt than what we would prefer for our daily briefing, but highly informative and well worth your time.
Ahmadinejad sure doesn’t sound like a “monster” to us. We challenge anyone to rebut the logic and truth of his arguments. His case, mainly the “politically incorrect” remarks about the terrorist state of Israel, are the reasons why this letter was given the Orwellian “disappearing” treatment by the same crowd that loves to lecture us all on the importance of “a free press.”
The “Bad Guys” — with Assad (Syria), Putin (Russia) and the most-likely-murdered Chavez (Venezuela)
Were we not faced with the activities of the US administration in this part of the world and the negative ramifications of those activities on the daily lives of our peoples, coupled with the many wars and calamities caused by the US administration as well as the tragic consequences of US interference in other countries; were the American people not God-fearing, truth-loving, and justice-seeking, while the US administration actively conceals the truth and impedes any objective portrayal of current realities; and if we did not share a common responsibility to promote and protect freedom and human dignity and integrity; then, there would have been little urgency to have a dialogue with you.
While Divine providence has placed Iran and the United States geographically far apart, we should be cognizant that human values and our common human spirit, which proclaim the dignity and exalted worth of all human beings, have brought our two great nations of Iran and the United States closer together. Both our nations are God-fearing, truth-loving and justice-seeking, and both seek dignity, respect and perfection.
We all deplore injustice, the trampling of peoples’ rights and the intimidation and humiliation of human beings. We all detest darkness, deceit, lies and distortion, and seek and admire salvation, enlightenment, sincerity and honesty. The pure human essence of the two great nations of Iran and the United States testify to the veracity of these statements.
Our nation has always extended its hand of friendship to all other nations of the world. Hundreds of thousands of my Iranian compatriots are living amongst you in friendship and peace, and are contributing positively to your society. Our people have been in contact with you over the past many years and have maintained these contacts despite the unnecessary restrictions of US authorities.
As mentioned, we have common concerns, face similar challenges, and are pained by the sufferings and afflictions in the world. We, like you, are aggrieved by the ever-worsening pain and misery of the Palestinian people. Persistent aggressions by the Zionists are making life more and more difficult for the rightful owners of the land of Palestine. In broad day-light, in front of cameras and before the eyes of the world, they are bombarding innocent defenseless civilians, bulldozing houses, firing machine guns at students in the streets and alleys, and subjecting their families to endless grief.
No day goes by without a new crime. Palestinian mothers, just like Iranian and American mothers, love their children, and are painfully bereaved by the imprisonment, wounding and murder of their children. What mother wouldn’t? For 60 years, the Zionist regime has driven millions of the inhabitants of Palestine out of their homes. Many of these refugees have died in the Diaspora and in refugee camps. Their children have spent their youth in these camps and are aging while still in the hope of returning to homeland.
You know well that the US administration has persistently provided blind and blanket support to the Zionist regime, has emboldened it to continue its crimes, and has prevented the UN Security Council from condemning it. Who can deny such broken promises and grave injustices towards humanity by the US administration?
Governments are there to serve their own people. No people wants to side with or support any oppressors. But regrettably, the US administration disregards even its own public opinion and remains in the forefront of supporting the trampling of the rights of the Palestinian people. Let’s take a look at Iraq. Since the commencement of the US military presence in Iraq, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have been killed, maimed or displaced. Terrorism in Iraq has grown exponentially. With the presence of the US military in Iraq, nothing has been done to rebuild the ruins, to restore the infrastructure or to alleviate poverty. The US Government used the pretext of the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, but later it became clear that that was just a lie and a deception.
Although Saddam was overthrown and people are happy about his departure, the pain and suffering of the Iraqi people has persisted and has even been aggravated. In Iraq, about one hundred and fifty thousand American soldiers, separated from their families and loved ones, are operating under the command of the current US administration. A substantial number of them have been killed or wounded and their presence in Iraq has tarnished the image of the American people and government.
Their mothers and relatives have, on numerous occasions, displayed their discontent with the presence of their sons and daughters in a land thousands of miles away from US shores. American soldiers often wonder why they have been sent to Iraq. I consider it extremely unlikely that you, the American people, consent to the billions of dollars of annual expenditure from your treasury for this military misadventure.
You have heard that the US administration is kidnapping its presumed opponents from across the globe and arbitrarily holding them without trial or any international supervision in horrendous prisons that it has established in various parts of the world. God knows who these detainees actually are, and what terrible fate awaits them.
You have certainly heard the sad stories of the Guantanamo and Abu-Ghraib prisons. The US administration attempts to justify them through its proclaimed “war on terror.” But every one knows that such behavior, in fact, offends global public opinion, exacerbates resentment and thereby spreads terrorism, and tarnishes the US image and its credibility among nations.
The US administration’s illegal and immoral behavior is not even confined to outside its borders. You are witnessing daily that under the pretext of “the war on terror,” civil liberties in the United States are being increasingly curtailed. Even the privacy of individuals is fast losing its meaning. Judicial due process and fundamental rights are trampled upon. Private phones are tapped, suspects are arbitrarily arrested, sometimes beaten in the streets, or even shot to death.
I have no doubt that the American people do not approve of this behavior and indeed deplore it. The US administration does not accept accountability before any organization, institution or council. The US administration has undermined the credibility of international organizations, particularly the United Nations and its Security Council. But, I do not intend to address all the challenges and calamities in this message.
The legitimacy, power and influence of a government do not emanate from its arsenals of tanks, fighter aircrafts, missiles or nuclear weapons. Legitimacy and influence reside in sound logic, quest for justice and compassion and empathy for all humanity.
Is there not a better approach to governance? Is it not possible to put wealth and power in the service of peace, stability, prosperity and the happiness of all peoples through a commitment to justice and respect for the rights of all nations, instead of aggression and war? We all condemn terrorism, because its victims are the innocent.
But, can terrorism be contained and eradicated through war, destruction and the killing of hundreds of thousands of innocents?
What has blind support for the Zionists by the US administration brought for the American people? It is regrettable that for the US administration, the interests of these occupiers supersedes the interests of the American people and of the other nations of the world. What have the Zionists done for the American people that the US administration considers itself obliged to blindly support these infamous aggressors? Is it not because they have imposed themselves on a substantial portion of the banking, financial, cultural and media sectors?
To sum up:
It is possible to govern based on an approach that is distinctly different from one of coercion, force and injustice. It is possible to sincerely serve and promote common human values, and honesty and compassion. It is possible to provide welfare and prosperity without tension, threats, imposition or war.
We should all heed the Divine Word of the Holy Qur’an:
“But those who repent, have faith and do good may receive Salvation. Your Lord, alone, creates and chooses as He will, and others have no part in His choice; Glorified is God and Exalted above any partners they ascribe to Him.” (28:67-68)
I pray to the Almighty to bless the Iranian and American nations and indeed all nations of the world with dignity and success.
From CNN’s website (here)
Amen, Mo, A-men! If Americans only knew — but then again, how many boobs would even care?
Ahh, show us the shekels, Hannity. Show us the shekels.
ADDENDUM: An alert reader reminds us of another Ahmadinejad truth-bomb from 2010:
Ahmadinejad accuses US of ‘orchestrating’ 9/11 attacks to aid Israel
Iranian president triggers walkout in UN general assembly after comments described by diplomats as ‘abhorrent and delusional’
Tell it, little Mo. Tell it!
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that the notorious nut-job Holocaust denier Ahmadinejad wants to run for President of Iran again!
Boobus Americanus 2: Oh my God, no! That guy said he wants to wipe Israel off the map!
Sugar: And why exactly iss that a bad thing?
Editor: Just spit up my coffee while laughing, excuse me.