From the Canadian Medical Association Journal another one of those areas like the ridiculous attempts to green the military, where I think most people don’t give a rats patootie about whether they are getting “green care” or not. In the case of the military, we want an effective offense, one that effectively neutralizes or kills the enemy. In the case of surgical procedures, we want an effective offense, one that effectively neutralizes or kills the disease.
In what is, when you think about it, a natural alliance, Iran’s fascist, Jew-hating, millenarian Islamic government is allowing a site serving Nazi propaganda to run under their domain, despite otherwise heavy Internet censorship:
A pro-Nazi association now operates a Persian-language website in Iran, promoting anti-Semitism and memorializing Adolf Hitler, apparently with the approval of the Iranian government and its censors.
The site, Nazicenter.ir, features videos of Nazi leaders and pictures of Hitler, and praises the Third Reich for nearly conquering the Western world. It also includes a public forum whose members routinely discuss their hatred of the Jewish people.
The site’s primary goal, its administrators write, is to confront the “story of the Holocaust, which without a doubt has been taken advantage of in contemporary history.”
Iran’s Islamic regime strictly regulates all forms of communication. Hundreds of websites have been banned, and Iranians’ online access to the free world is severely restricted. But a Nazi propaganda website is consistent with the proclamations of Iran’s military and political leaders, who have both denied the existence of the Nazi Holocaust and called for the destruction of Israel.
The chief commander of the Iranian armed forces, Maj. Gen. Hassan Firouzabadi, announced the doctrine of the Islamic regime in a recent speech. “The Iranian nation is standing for its cause,” he said, “and that is the full annihilation of Israel.”
A few days ago, I posted the “shockingly not from The Onion” video of Vogue editor Anna Wintour inviting all of us to dinner with her, Barack, Michelle, and Sarah Jessica Parker — for a sizable donation, of course.
The Republican National Committee took that ad and inserted a few reminders of reality outside that glittering bubble of high fashion and $40,000 per plate fundraisers:
Quite the contrast, no?
As John Nolte observes:
The whole thing is ridiculous and the RNC rightly brought it down to earth. People are suffering under Obama’s economy and dangling dinner with Your Elite Betters like a carrot in order to get the fundraising mules to move, is pretty pathetic.
(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)