Nudnik - n. U.S. colloq. Esp. in Jewish usage: a pestering, nagging, or irritating person
"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?
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!
"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 ...