Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Another Quote of the Day

( I got the quote from this site, as I stumbled across his/her pro-zionism comments elsewhere.)

Adolf Hitler:

"The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed the subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the supply of arms to the underdogs is a sine qua non for the overthrow of any sovereignty."

(Now I see who the neoconservatives and their Israeli coaches get ther lessons from!)


Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...

Actually, the reference is about allowing the Palestinians to have weapons.

As for nuking Iran, it was the beasts in Tehran that threatened to use nuclear weapons against Israel, not the other way around.

Israel is not intent on nuking Iran.

They are interested in de-nuking Iran- and they don’t need nukes to do that.

In the civilized world, 'Slaughter the Jews!' is not considered appropriate political or religious ideology.

You see, the real issue you face is that I represent the population you fear most. I am not Jewish, nor am I am practicing or religious Christian. My politics have been formed by the post 9/11 world.

I wrote elsewhere that "The Palestinians are representative of the Arab world as a whole- according to the UN Human Development Report (authored by Arabs) places the Arab world at the bottom of the barrel from a developmental standpoint.

In fact, ITBACH AL YAHUD! calls to ‘Slaughter the Jews’ along with accompanying racism, hate and bigotry found in Arab world school curricula, media and religious instruction are not acceptable in the civilized world.

When you say, “Whether or not there is peace in Palestine, I shall never be able to forgive Israel for having forced me, my family, my community, and my country to be a party to the atrocities that it has perpetrated and is still perpetrating in the Occupied Territories,” I can assure you there are Israelis that feel the same way.

The ‘Occupation’ came about as the result of an Arab initiated war. It was the Israelis that brought sanitation, reliable electricity, health care, education and an economy to the West bank and Gaza.

It was the Khartoum Conference of 1968 that made the Arab position clear- no to peace, no to negotiations and no to recognitions.

As a Syrian friend of mine once bitterly noted, “the real ‘naqbah’ is not Israel, but rather, video and audio tape. We can no longer who we are and what we have become from the world and from ourselves.”

You cannot camouflage the destruction wrought upon the Arab world by dysfunctional and failed leaders, by attempting to castigate the Israelis. In fact, the only endeavor at which the Arab world exceeds and have made a name for themselves is in Jew hatred. ‘We will finish what Hitler started’ is a refrain heard in concert with Holocaust denial, often repeated and well documented.

We wrote, “Had the Arab world done for itself only 10% of what Zionism did for Israel, that Arab world would not be the greatest assemblage of failed nation states in the modern world. A clear and final case for the morality of Zionism is the racism, that permeates the region and every level of society in the Arab world. As we have noted, hatred of Jews, America and Israel are the achievements of note in the Arab world.”

You cannot hide or blame the Palestinians tribal, cultural, and societal failures and implosions on the Israelis.

See these, for starters:



Finally, if you really cared one iota about justice and suffering, you would concern yourselves with real hate and evil.

What is happening in Darfur and elsewhere are tragedies of a far greater proportions.

Of course, there is a reason Israel is more important, right? After all, the GIA rape and dismemberment of children is of no concern. The forced conversion of and circumcision of in East Timor was of no concern and the ongoing Arab slave trade is of no concern."

Yeah, the real problem for the Ummah is Israel and Zionism.

The ummah and the record of the ummah speaks for itself.

You really don't want to play the comparison game, do you?

N. said...

SCA, would you please kindly offer reference to which beast in Tehran threatened to use Nukes against Isarel?

But since you have formed your politics post 9/11, I infere your politics are yet quite immature. so perhaps you can hang around a few more years and learn and read in the meantime.

Good luck!

Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...

The beast was Ali Hashemi Rafsanjani.

See this:


By the way, when he made the suggestion, the audience cheered.

I've seen the tape. Like I said, the real naqbah has been audio and video tape.

N. said...

A: what is Iran-press? It is not an official news source of Iran.

B: Hashemi has been trying very hard to kick Ahmadinejad off the power BECAUSE he opposes his harsh and thoughless rhetoric

C: Do you have a transcript of this speech in Persian?

D: do you know who Hashemi is and what postion he occupies in the Iranian government?

Hashemi is the MOST pro-American cleric in the Iranian government. He is a Capitalist and that is one of the reasons why he lost election to Ahmadinejad.

Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...

The video has been widely circulated and reported on.

Further, lets be frank- the current Iranian regime is less than stellar.

The 'Holocaust Conference' and the list of attendees speaks volumes about the nature of the regime and with whom they choose to identify- and that has been noted by plenty of student organizations that make that very point.

N. said...

yes yes all that certainly doesn't look good. But I invite you to read more, and perhaps take a look at other content in this blog.

Best of luck.

N. said...

by the way, like most Ziionist commentators, you evaded my questions and instead threw in more hand-waving-kind-of-popular-comments! :))

Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...

I would be more than happy to naswer any and all questions.

brando said...

"This blog is about fairness; about looking at objects from multiple perspectives"

This is a quote from the banner of this blog.

Is this a comedy blog?

N. said...

Yes certain things are funny, aren't they?
Nothing helps the world more than a bit of humor :)

FurGaia said...

Hi N., just a note to tell you that I shall be receiving my copy of The Silence soon. I have just been advised that it has been mailed (Yeah!) I'm sure that I shall adore it. I'll let you know.

As well, after I had sent you this link (I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the name 'Parsi'), I went and re-read your post here that contained a link to a document from Mr. Parsi. I had not read it before. Very interesting indeed! Thanks!

See you around!

N. said...

But it wasn’t Iran that turned the Israeli-Iranian cold war warm – it was Israel. In October 1992, prior to Iran’s material support for Palestinian rejectionists, the Shimon Peres/Yitzhak Rabin government undertook a major campaign to depict Iran and Shi’a Islamic fundamentalism as a global threat.

You know, some of these FACTS are so well concealed from the popular press that some of the visitors find them "funny"!!!

What do you tell people who say "we formed our politics post 9/11"? How can you EDUCATE them that no one forms "politics" in such a short period of time??

Glad you will get the silence soon. I wish I watched it again too. Can't wait to hear what you "feel" about it.

Sigmund, Carl and Alfred said...


The Iranian policies are the result of Israeli politics.

Nothing to do with the the Ayatollah, the murder of so many of his opposition, Iranian foreign policy, Iranian sabre rattling.

Oh yeah, it's Israel.

A number of years ago, I visited Tehran.

Once you get to know people (in private), they open up to you.

The most telling remark I heard went something like this: "The Ayatollahs lost us when they insisted we become Arabs, and then insisted that we fail like Arabs, as if failure was a Persian destiny."

One Iranian recently wrote that when things implode, half the civil service employees will shave their beards and pretend to be reformists.

Still, you are right about one thing: the events of 9/11 didn't really form political opinion- they revealed and confirmed opinion, Trita Parsi notwithstanding.

He is an apologist for the Mullahs to a great extent- and that is why he remains for the most part outside of policy making and influence circles.

N. said...
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N. said...

the removed post was mine.
I had said something like:
"good SCA we do agree on some things"
so here I just want to draw your attention to a few facts coming from your response:

a) you visited Iran a number of years ago
b) Disparity between Mullahs and Iranian people
c) the murder of oppositions is something that the PEOPLE OF IRAN will one day hold them accountable for, but also keep in mind that the opposition (don't worry I have lost family members to Ayatollah's executions) is/was an armed group who was also murdering mullahs (the most organized opposition, MEK is even on the US's black list as a terrorist organization.)

Just a little correction, most civil serants now a days do not have beards; and you don't have to be in private to hear Iranians criticize the government's policies, foriegn and otherwise. You can just tune in to the state radio and listen to people who are interviewed. Criticizing the authority is NOT a taboo in Iran, as it was "a number of years ago".

Also, 911 had nothing to do with Mullahs, NOR PALESTINIANS, and Mullahs have done quite a bit of service to Americans by arresting AlQuaeda, and cooperating with Americans in their war with Taliban. I suggest you lobby your governments to toughen up in Saudi Arabia!

But you know SCA, it always baffles me why you don't comment on other posts of this blog.

Skye Frontier said...

Of course Iran will go nuclear. North Korea did and now the international community is falling all over itself to bribe the Pygmie of Pyongyang over it.


HopeSpringsATurtle said...

Iranians I've spoken with think the US policy to thwart Iran's nuclear program at any cost is an unfair over-reaction especially when contrasted with our policy toward India, Pakistan and that infamous axis of evil member, N.Korea. This ginning up for war with Iran is foolish by any measure and the Israeli gov't noise machine just compounds the problem. Thank you N. for your thoughtful post and patient comments.

N. said...

Thanks Hope.
You know, it saddens me that the Iranian government, with its baseless and unfounded and unsupported rhetoric, totally out of touch with > 60 million Iranians who did NOT vote for Ahmadinejad, is so intent to play in the hand of the Israeli noise machine and the American ignorance. But the people of Iran will not give up easily. We have tamed these mullahs (just as we tamed the earlier conquerors of previous centuries,) we won't give up on our Iran easily.

I just hope the world heared our voice; and didn't dampen it by this nonsensical neoconservative cacophony!

Wolfie said...


I'm slightly amused by your political naivety.

Firstly how did the crime of 19 men make 1.5 billion people guilty by association even though they neither share language or culture?

Secondly, can you not see that North Korea is simply putting on a face-saving show for their neighbours; they desperately want and need the protection/largesse of America?

Thirdly, close observation demonstrates that violent tactics from The West is strengthening the radicals and weakening the moderates in the Middle East.

Finally :


Exactly what Iranian position would be acceptable to Mr. Cheney? Shooting themselves publicly on Iranian T.V. and making Benjamin Netanyahu lifetime president of Iran?

...'We don't talk to evil' - Class!

N. said...

Hi Wolfie, thanks for visiting.

It is true, regardless of what Iranian say or do, certain people are intent on advancing thei rown agenda, for whose benefit, I don't know.