Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Obama Reaches Out to Iran, Little Hitler Demands Change, Regime Calls Holocaust a 'Big Lie'

Partner in peace

That Obama charm offensive with all the bad actors on the world stage is already reaping the benefits only glorious, wonderful change can bring. Why that nice fellow Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is already weak in the knees, squealing and gushing like a B-list Hollywood celebutard.
A day after President Barack Obama struck a conciliatory tone toward Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged Washington on Wednesday to apologize for its actions toward his country for the past 60 years and said it was unclear whether the new American administration was merely shifting tactics or wanted real change.

But, in a speech in the western city of Kermanshah, he did not explicitly rebuff the American president’s gesture. “We are waiting patiently,” he said, referring to the policies of the new administration in Washington. “We will listen to the statements closely, we will carefully study their actions and if there are real changes, we will welcome it.”

Mr. Obama, in his first television interview at the White House since taking office, said that it was important to be willing to talk to the Iranians, both to express differences and to explore “where there are potential avenues for progress.”

“And as I said during my inauguration speech, if countries like Iran are willing to unclench their fist, they will find an extended hand from us,” Mr. Obama said in the interview with Al Arabiya television that was broadcast on Tuesday.
They just unclenched their fist upside your head, idiot.

Meanwhile, in a pre-emptive extended hand to the world announcing how serious they are about real and meaningful change, an Iranian spokesman reached out with the conciliatory gesture of calling the Holocaust a big lie.

Mmm. Can't you just taste the change?
Iran's government spokesman on Tuesday branded the Holocaust a "big lie" created to place the Islamic republic's arch-foe Israel in the Middle East, the state IRNA news agency reported.

"The Holocaust is a concept coming from a big lie in order to settle a rootless regime in the heart of the Islamic world," Gholam Hossein Elham told a conference on Gaza in central Iran's religious city of Qom.

It was not the first time an Iranian official has questioned the massacre of Jews by Nazis in World War II.

Iran does not recognise Israel, and since his election in 2005 President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has attracted international condemnation by repeatedly predicting that the Jewish state is doomed to disappear.

In late 2005 Ahmadinejad branded the Holocaust a "myth." His comment was followed by a conference in Tehran in 2006 that brought together Holocaust deniers and revisionists.
I'm sure in no time the warm rush of Hopenchange will wash over those madcap mullahs and they'll be welcoming their Israeli friends with opens arms while dismantling their nuclear facilities.

Obama wasn't the only one pandering to these maniacs.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also said Tuesday that Iran had a “clear opportunity” to engage with the international community.

Mr. Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that the “slogan of change was good, but it could be of two kinds — a fundamental change or a tactical one,” the official IRNA news agency said. It would soon become clear, IRNA quoted the Iranian leader as saying, whether Mr. Obama’s comments were “just a change in tone.”

“Change means that they should apologize to the Iranian nation and try to make up for their dark background and the crimes they have committed against the Iranian nation,” he said in the speech broadcast live on Iranian television.
Yes, sounds like people we can work with. Maybe we can set up a summit and bring along Obama admirers Raul Castro and Hugo Chavez.

They're sure to be won over by the sheer magnitude and charisma of the most famous man ever.

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