Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, 9/11 Troother

Apparently it's not just the Holocaust, Iran's Ahmadinejad denies...He's a 9/11 troother as well...

“Something happened in New York and still, nobody knows who the main perpetrators of that act were,” Ahmadinejad told diplomats and newspaper editors, late on Sunday, while on a brief visit to Qatar. “No independent people were allowed to try and identify the perpetrators,” he charged. “They say terrorists were hidden in Afghanistan and NATO mobilised all its resources and attacked Afghanistan,” he said. “They say that in the Twin Towers, 2,000 people were killed. In Afghanistan, so far, more [than] 110,000 had been killed.”

Lovely, isn't he? Let's engage that unclenched fist with him and the Mullahs right now.Oh, wait..we already did.

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yzernik said...

What do you think about the rumors that Osama Bin Laden is living in Iran?

Freedom Fighter said...

Respectfully, I regard them as unimportant.

First, IMO Al Qaeda were never more than subcontractors.The real enemy has always been the one we never confronted, the nation states that finance,incubate and advance jihad. This war won't be over until we do.If the two of us( or for that matter, any group of informed Americans) made a list of those countries, I'm sure that pretty much the same countries would be on it.

Second, Iran has been in a de facto state of war with us since 1979. They've seized our embassy, financed terrorist attacks against us and harbored, financed and armed our enemies. We've don elittle or nothing to retaliate.

After we invaded Afghanistan, Iran gave free passage to the al Qaeda terrorists escaping over the border.

So what's one more outrage?


B.Poster said...

"911 Troother." This is actually at least a third of the US population and probably 90% of the world population. Until we can do something about the information narrative our task is going to be very nearly impossible.

As to the countries that support Jihad, I think that would be our "ally" Saudi Arabia. We need a strategy to confront both Saudi Arabia and Iran. In order to do this, we are going to need help. As it stands right now, most of the world including our "allies" in Western Europe believe Iran, Saudi Arabia, and others in the right. Again, until we do something about the information narrative, I don't see how we can win.