Wednesday, December 13, 2006

You don't have to be Iranian to deny the Holocaust...


...but it sure helps.

Let's not forget folks, that the US of A practically invented Holocaust denying.

And carrying on that fine tradition at Iranian president Mahmoud "crazy like an Ayatollah" Ahmadinejad's "Holocaust: Imperialist Zionist Myth or Imperialist Zionist Conspiracy?" conference was our own former presidential candidate, KKK Imperial Dragon and Republican State Senator for the fine state of Louisiana, David Duke, who apparently postulated publicly at the conference that so-called "death camp" ovens were not used for the disposal of bodies, but for the defrosting of delicious Hot Pockets for the Jewish guests of Sandals Treblinka and Sandals Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Also at the conference was an advisor to the Syrian ministry of relgious affairs, who said "If the Holocaust ever occurred, it was a conspiracy against the Arab-Islamic world as today the Middle East is still paying the consequences."

The above remark would seem to suggest that the conference attendants are not so much united in their sincere belief that the Holocaust never happened, as they are that Muslims are the ones who have suffered the most because of it.

They suffer because of their empathy for the Palestinians, apparently. Bahrain, one of the countries participating in the conference, suffers unbelievably. And while their suffering is mainly of the Jew-hating,
Michael Jackson-hiding, and terrorism-sponsoring variety, as opposed to the divert-some-of-your-obscene-oil-wealth-away-from-
$175-million-dollar-resorts-and-actually-help-some-Palestinians variety, still, they, you know, suffer.

7 comments:

Johnny Yen said...

I actually heard a holocaust denyer (an American one) on television say that it was an exaggeration-- that there were tops, one million Jews killed. That's a perfectly acceptable level of genocide.

Grant Miller said...

Charles Limburgh totally would have been there.

dad said...

The world would benefit if people better understood how these people got to be the way they are. Then maybe we could help stop the cause.

Chris said...

I saw Wolf Blitzer interviewing David Duke from Iran yesterday. Boy, he gave such a cogent argument. I'm sold!

vikkitikkitavi said...

JohnnyY: I don't even think 1 million qualifies as genocide anymore. Damn incidents like Rwanda and Darfur keep artificially raising the genocide standard. 1 million is like, nothing. You can't even get the U.N. ambassadors out of the Four Seasons for less than 2.5 million.

Grant: But didn't a German kill his baby? So, payback.

Dad: People will always seek to diminish the trials and the triumphs of others. And when you add in the fact that the Holocaust is used to justify the creation of Israel...the temptation is too great.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Chris: I remember David Duke had his nose fixed when he ran for president, which just cracks my shit up. It's like, he took a long hard look at himself, evaluated all his shortcomings and his assets and how they will be viewed in the upcoming spotlight of the national media, and decided to fix...his nose.

dad said...

So this is like trying to have the biggest penis by making others' smaller.