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Thursday, June 30, 2005

              A terrorist president?

It's been a long time kids ... but Mad is back ...

... and with some shocking news too ... this time about a terrorist president.

And no you silly libs, I'm not talking about President Bush :)

Tonight, one cable news station (and it wasn't CNN) is broadcasting photographs from November 1979 of US hostages in Iran being escorted around by a man suspected to be Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's newly "elected" president (elected is such the wrong word). Add to this the stories (and more stories) from hostages Charles Scott, David Roeder, William J. Daugherty, Don A. Sharer, Kevin Hermening and William A. Gallegos who all insist that Ahmadinejad was a leader among the hostage-takers.

"As soon as I saw his picture in the paper, I knew that was the bastard," Colonel Charles Scott, 73, told the Washington Times. "He was one of the top two or three leaders ... The new president of Iran is a terrorist."
But wait, there's more:
Scott ... [also] said the new Iranian president sat in on parts of his monthlong interrogation and whispered guidance to the men who were questioning him.
So we report, you decide: is it him?

And this isn't that much of a stretch. Just consider this:

Mr. Ahmadinejad was a founding member of the Office of Strengthening Unity, the student organisation that planned the embassy takeover.
And he's been accused of many worse crimes:

Previously, Austrian parliament representative, Peter Pilz, alleged Ahmadinejad to have possibly had a hand in international assassinations ordered by the Iranian government against political opposition groups ... Some have also alleged that Ahmadinejad had been a "Last Shot-in-the-head" executioner of political prisoners, shooting the executed prisoners after they were shot by a firing squad to ensure that they are dead, in the Evin prison in Tehran, and claim that he has delivered around a thousand such shots.
Well ... you know what they say: you have to step on (or shoot) a few heads to get to the top!

And ole' Ahmadinejad isn't holding back his punches ... today he was quoted as saying:
"The era of oppression, hegemonic regimes, tyranny and injustice has reached its end," he said, in an apparent reference to Iran's arch-foe the United States. "The wave of the Islamic revolution will soon reach the entire world"
Ummmm .... ya ... right ...

So what we have here shouldn't surprise anyone: The biggest state-sponsor of terrorism in the world has rigged its elections to install a terrorist with American blood on his hands. And a terrorist who wants to spread the "wave of the Islamic revolution" to "the entire world." So how does he plan to do that? Well, with the soon-to-be-completed arsenal of Iranian nukes of course!

Can we please, please, please start taking this problem seriously now???

To cite the eternal words of Michael Ledeen: Faster please!

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