did Ahmadnejad say?
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Others Victimized by Those Who Fight Against Truth & Logic
By Ashahed M. Muhammad
You've heard all of the rancor and probably wondered if you are unacquainted with the facts and have no other sources other than the controlled media what all of the fuss was all about?
December 8th 2005 it was reported that Irans
President Ahmadinejad said the following:
European countries insist on saying that during World War
II, Hitler burned millions of Jews and put them in
concentration camps," Ahmadinejad said. "Any historian,
commentator or scientist who doubts that is taken to prison
or gets condemned."
democracy has attacked everyone who does not share
the vision of the sons of
Perhaps a poor word choice either by Akef or the translators who translated his words from Arabic to English. We all know of the difficulty in conveying words and ideas and translating information in different languages, however, the general principle of the statement rings true.
Read the referenced articles and judge for yourself.
Regarding the misfortune of the Jews in
Some of what was believed to have happened did, some of it did not. Some of it took place but not in the manner that some remember it.
This is what happens when there are different individuals providing their interpretations of events that have transpired.
In that sense, history is kind of like a car accident. When
the witnesses are asked about their recollection of events,
there are usually many different stories depending on
ones vantage point.
All events and facts must be placed in their proper context, like for example when the Jews attempt to contextualize their involvement in the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade by saying It wasnt just us, everyone else was involved too!
Most acquiesce when confronted with the facts surrounding the terrible fate of many Jews in
The position of the TEI intellectually is that what happened to the Jews should be viewed in the light of what happened to Blacks in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, as well as those who perished at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as well as what happened to the Indigenous people who are also referred to as Native Americans.
As you can see, those Holocausts with the exception of
There have been many campaigns of mass destruction aimed at entire groups of people, not just what happened to the Jews in Germany, however, it appears that many Jews believe they have cornered the market on human suffering and anyone who dares to challenge or question them regarding those events is ex post facto an enemy of the Jewish people.
If that is their feeling, that is fine. No one should be able to tell another group of people how they should feel. It is up to that particular group of people to determine that which is to be considered detrimental or that which is to be considered beneficial to the aims and goals of the collective.
This is the right of self-determination. Kujichagulia. One of the principles of the Nguzo Saba.
Why do Jewish leaders feel so comfortable telling Black
people who they should listen to and consider friends and
That being the case, they should not object to being judged using the same scale of justice they have used against others.
This is logical, isnt it?
Logically speaking, if they have the desire to diminish our suffering (taking place by the hands and through the wicked machinations of Jewish merchants and others) then those Jews holding those types of beliefs are to be rightfully considered the enemies of our people and they should be treated as such.
How should enemies be treated?
This is one to ponder by those of you who have been given
the responsibility to guide our people out of the collective
quagmire of ignominy and decadence to reclaim our elevated
position and secure our rightful destiny.
Facts are facts and truth is truth.