Surely, you really donâ€™t need to read another dewemplin bloggerâ€™s take on Mahmoud Ahmadinejadâ€™s performance today at Columbia University. Not to worry; Iâ€™ll be brief, as these are the pop-into-my cruller variety of thoughts as I watched this evil man do his thing.
If one had been sound asleep for the past several years and awakened to listen to Ahmadinejadâ€™s speech:
You might think you were listening to Albert Schweitzer or Ghandi.
You might think that Iran was as friendly and hospitable as Disneyworld.
You might think that all the pictures youâ€™ve seen of the concentration camps and extermination camps in places like Dachau, Auschwitz and Treblinka had been photoshopped and that more “research” into their authenticity is necessary.
You might think that women in Iran have a wonderful life, full of countless opportunities equal to those enjoyed by men.
You might think that the only terrorists in the world are the Joos and, of course, the United States for its support of Israel.
You might think that there is something unique about the Iranian gene pool (or perhaps something in the water) that has resulted in a country where there are no homosexuals.
You might think that 9/11 was an â€œincidentâ€ rather than a brutal, unprovoked attack by Islamic lunatics.
Fortunately, those of us who have not been asleep for the past several years know better.
That is all.