Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Canada Will Play a Righteous Round of 'Where's Waldo' at U.N. General Assembly Opening

The Canadian delegation at the opening of the new session of the United Nations General Assembly will walk out of the chamber when Iranian President Ahmadinejad takes the podium. In diplomatic circles, this is considered a major rebuke.


Meanwhile, the Germans have urged their European partners to walk out if the unhinged despotic sabre-rattler says anything offensive, belligerent, or anti-Semitic. (Here's a hint to our European friends -- words will be coming out of his mouth.)

"President Ahmadinejad's repeated denial of the Holocaust and his anti-Israel comments run counter to the values of the UN General Assembly, and they're shameful," said one Canadian official.

"He uses his public appearances to provoke the international community, and that is why Canada's seats will be empty."

Ahmadinejad sparked outrage among clear-thinking, non-delusional people everywhere last week when (once again) he dismissed the holocaust as a myth -- following a recurrent theme of his that the Jewish state was built on an elaborate hoax, that the west are the 'useful idiots' of some shadowy international Jewish conspiracy of bankers, that Jews rejoice in the spilled blood of Palestinians, oh (and for good measure) that Israel will be wiped off the map.

Simply put, Ahmadinejad is an anti-Semite, a liar, an irresponsible demagogue, an unstable moonbat, and a chiliast with self-proclaimed genocidal intentions. And we only now discern (admit?) that the Bush White House was not wrong about his nuclear ambitions.

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