Monday, April 20, 2009

Ahmadinejad vs. Zionism

Considering all the tremendous lies that have been force-fed to America's youth during the 20th century, would it be really be impossible to expose one more big one?

Let it be said first that as a publication, the National Pulse does not condone any kind of prejudice; be it racism, anti-Semitism, or apartheid of any kind. This publication rejects the fact that the mere questioning of ideas and morals constitutes to some kind of perceived injustice to a people.

On Monday the 20th, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke at the U.N.'s Racism Conference. At the same time, American ex-president Bill Clinton and Holocaust prisoner Elie Wiesel were in Skokie, Il, at the opening of a new Holocaust museum. An intellectual war has waged in the world about the Holocaust. People who have denied parts of it, or attacked Israel's acts of bullying are attacked mercilessly lest there be "another Holocaust." Yet throughout the world, genocide has since occured periodically, whether it be in Africa or the Balkans. The U.S. has always been at the forefront of Holocaust promotion and awareness, having been the country along with Russia that discovered the concentration camps. Click
here for a collection of Holocaust museums all across the United States.

Ahmadinejad pointed out some facts about the illegitimacy of Israel's campaign in Palestine and unwavering support of the once massive ally, the United States. Find the full text of his speech here...

The Holocaust happened over 50 years ago and many other genocidal situations have occurred throughout the world. Yet students in the American education system are taught with obsession about each gruesome detail that happened. This is, of course, to assure that this situation, "never happens again." With the economy being raped by a few banksters and the government tacitly approving every Israeli atrocity, a fair question eventually rises up, "Why the obsession with the Jews and the Holocaust?"

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