Today's Third Reich, aka the un-Islamic Republic of Iran, and its blood-soaked proxy Hamas have delegations in Sudan showing their full support of genocide master Omar Bashir. Considering their own sympathies toward genocide, is anyone really surprised?
From the Jerusalem Post:'IRAN, HAMAS DEFEND WANTED SUDANESE PRESIDENT'A top Iranian official and a delegation of Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups are visiting Sudan to support Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the International Criminal Court's arrest warrant for the Sudanese leader is an "insult."
No. Mr. Larijani, THIS is the real insult!
By the way, Mr. Larijani is what you call a moderate on the nuclear issue in Iran.
Or at least that's the New York Times and others call him.
Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, overlord of Iran's 'peaceful' nuclear program, now HE'S the extremist!
Get the picture?
Al-Bashir is wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur. Larijani spoke after landing Friday in Khartoum.
Larijani's visit follows a gathering in Teheran of Iranian officials, Hamas and their supporters seeking to boost the group in Gaza.
I wonder if they bumped into the AMPAS delegation while they were there.
Schmooze and get some autographs from the renowned Ziono-Hollywoodist conspirators.
Here's even more Fanfare for the Common Man:
Dozens of al-Bashir supporters marched in downtown Khartoum after Friday prayers in support of the president. They are waving banners and shouting: "With our blood and soul, we defend you, al-Bashir."
No surprise there.
Only I question the soul part.
I do believe the blood question has been answered.
I expect this sort of thing from our modern-day Hitlers.
They talk just like him and they act just like him.
But I will say this.
If the AMPAS delegation doesn't hightail it out of Iran RIGHT NOW after this spit in the face of humanity by their Iranian hosts, it will be far more unforgivable than going there in the first place.
Does anyone really need any more evidence that Iran and Hamas et al are undeserving and unfit for the civilized courtesies of rational diplomacy?
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