Imagine the reaction of the world if George Bush funded terrorist skinheads and deployed them across the globe to spread hate, preach intolerance and convince others to take up arms against the nations he feels should be wiped off the face of the earth. Then he comes to the U.N. and delivers a speech denouncing any nation that rejects his methods or challenges his right to nuclear weapons.
There would not only be a call for his immediate resignation but the radical left would demand impeachment. Yet the leader of Iran has done, and is doing, just that unchallenged and with no consequence. Welcome to 2006 and the liberal future of world politics.
This past week should go down in history as the most surreal example of universal world insanity. I feel like I am watching an episode of the ''Twilight Zone.'' I never thought I would live long enough to watch evil being heralded as good and good being treated as evil. It shouldn't be a shock to me because the Bible predicts a day would come when men call evil good and vice versa. I guess I just wanted to believe the world still had more time. At this rate, maybe the doom and gloomers' predictions of the end of the world are right.
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To watch Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad talk about world justice, as if he has a clue what that means, was breathtaking. I guess women in Burkas and all the world praying to Allah six times a day is his type of justice. Members of the religion of peace disguised as suicide bombers is justice to the president of Iran. Make no mistake about it, this man is not a madman. He is a man who is mad. Justice? He doesn't seek justice. He seeks revenge. When the Islamic world rejoiced in the streets as they watched innocent Americans die at the hands of ''Islamic'' terrorists on 9/11 was that justice? I thought he was the president of the ''Islamic Republic of Iran.''
How can a terrorist act be seen as justice in the Islamic world if they are seeking peace? The best spin-meisters from both political parties in America couldn't make that sell. When asked in an interview with Brian Williams if he would allow his sons to be suicide bombers, Ahmadinejad answered, ''Suicide bombers are not a bad thing.'' How can he square the two? Justice and suicide bombers killing innocents? More importantly, how can a organization like the U.N. allow such hateful speech given they headquarter in New York, the belly of the great Satan Ahamadinejad spews against? If we are so bad and evil I suggest Kofi pack up his fine group of ''world leaders'' and move to Tehran or may Kabul. I hear it is lovely this time of year. The sweet smell of burning tires and Molotov cocktails lingering in the cool fall air.
The next day the craziness continued as the tamale-toting Hugo referred to our president as the devil? Seems like Hugo has no problem doing business with the devil given his country has 16,000 Citgo gasoline and heating oil outlets here in the United States. Hell, (that is where the devil lives, is it not?) I wonder were he got the idea of Bush as the devil? The real devil is a liar, deceiver, thief, murderer and operates through fear. Could it be that Hugo has spent some time at MoveOn.org. Howard Dean has told us those very things. Bush lied – people died. There is the murderer and liar reference. John Kerry has reminded us over and over how the president lied. As for the deceiver reference, he probably caught the famous Al Gore speech were he almost burst his carotid artery screaming ''He betrayed our nation – he played on our fears.'' Deceiver? Purveyor of fear? Go read it for yourself. It is straight from the MoveOn site. It appears Hugo read and memorized the talking points that MoveOn offers up to the Kool-Aid drinkers on the left. Hugo put it all in his U.N. speech. Can you smell the sulfur? I'm sure this will be the storyline for the next Michael Moore ''documentary.'' I can see the title now – The Devil George Bush as told by the ''prophet of peace'' Hugo Chavez.
Fact is, neither Hugo nor Mahmoud would ever allow their citizens to say such things about them. Those dissenting citizens would be immediately locked up with no hope of release. And to make matters worse, these hypocrites do so in the country that pays for the building in which they do it. Talk about manners. I applaud Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel for denouncing Hugo and his vile words of hate. Rangel basically said no one attacks my president in my country. The words of Ahmadinejad and Chavez are so twisted and full of inconsistencies and contradictions that it would take thousands of pages to explain. Only regular visitors to Moveon.org would understand and agree with such words. They make perfect sense to haters. The Bush haters have now enlisted haters around the world to come to America and join the chorus of those who enjoy calling good evil in order to gain political power and distract the attention from their own misdeeds. Chavez has an 85 percent poverty rate in Venezuela and Iran has 25 percent unemployment and massive inflation. Iran claims they are not pursuing nuclear weapons but refuses to verify differently. But hey, that must be George Bush's fault. George Bush hasn't created more terrorists; MoveOn has created more international Bush haters.
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This 2006 General Assembly of the U.N was one of the most unproductive in its history. That is unless you hate Bush, then it was very productive. Real issues like Darfur, the collapse of the Hungarian economy, the military coup in Thailand, and the refusal of Iran to comply with Security Council deadlines all went by the wayside as the U.N enjoyed two days of Bush bashing. The one time a year real problems could be addressed with real solutions was lost as the world gleefully took its shot at G.W. and every American. Nothing was accomplished. What a waste of time and money. Kofi-job well done. You managed once again to waste the money of nations that actually work and contribute to the well being of the planet.
Imagine a world where people in your own country welcome foreign voices to attack your country and its leaders. Listen closely to the speeches of both these ''world leaders'' and you will see the attack was not just on your president, it was on you. They made it clear they see America, not just George Bush, as the source of global trouble. The world has been victimized by you and me and we need to be stopped according to Hugo and Mahmoud. Throw in a little talk about justice and give a little free heating oil to the poor in Harlem and you have what the world will soon look like if socialist thinking and liberal ideals win the day in America. I have known for sometime a ''New World Order'' was on it's way. I just never thought it would look quite the way I saw it at the U.N. So in the future remember students ... good is bad and bad is good.