Today at the United Nations we heard from a host of world leaders most of them bashed the United States, including the President of the United States. From Barack Obama we learned how evil the US has been and how evil is Israel still. From Qaddafi we learned how baffling a speech by a true crazy man can be, Barack Obama is his son, and the Israelis killed Jack Ruby who killed Lee Harvey Oswald who killed JFK because he was asking too many questions about Israeli Nuclear Bombs. The Iranian despot Ahmadinejad taught us about the coming of the 12th Imam.
It is interesting that no one in this supposed organization of Human Right said anything about the people suffering people of Iran who are under the thumb of the oppressive Ahmadinejad. In fact during the past two days of interviews with world leaders at the UN, only one leader expressed any support for the people who were disenfranchised by the Iranian despot… Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu:
Bibi Is A Persian’s Best Friend
Mideast: Most of the world is content to let ordinary Iranians suffer the tyranny of Tehran’s soon-to-be nuclear-armed mullahs. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, however, wants them liberated.
From the viewpoint of the average Iranian who yearns for liberties similar to those in the West, the free world doesn’t give a fig. Not about him, his family, nor his country.
Iranians have been living under a brutal regime that sends those who call for human rights to torture chambers such as Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. Heroic journalist Akbar Ganji and exiled ex-student protest leader Ahmad Batebi can tell all about the hospitality they’ve sampled there.
But the Islamofascist regime in Tehran has also spent some three decades in effect daring Israel and the U.S. to attack Iran — especially in recent years with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as president.
The U.S. is “the Great Satan” and the Jewish state should be “wiped off the map,” according to the mullahs. How much more taunting, accompanied by nuclear weapon ambitions, can the U.S. and Israel take before the bombers are ordered to their targets?
The most powerful and freest nations of the world have been content to imagine that presenting an olive branch at the negotiation table will lead to centrifuges being beaten into plowshares.
Even after this summer’s election sham, followed by the regime’s murderous suppression of demonstrations, the Iranian on the street sees no sign that the free world is on his side. And so he waits for what may be an inevitable shower of bombs from the sky on the day that most likely the Israelis conclude they can’t risk a second holocaust, this one perhaps over the skies of Tel Aviv.
The U.S. and its allies could have been spending years now explicitly supporting the real dissidents in Iran, the Batebis and the Ganjis. We could have officially stated that neo-Nazi regimes with genocidal designs on the Jews are not tolerable in the 21st century.
And we could have provided the protesters on the streets not just with that kind of moral support, but concrete support too — computer communications, cash to finance general strikes, and more.
In the irony of ironies, the only world leader who seems concerned with the Iranian people is Israeli leader Bibi Netanyahu. On Tuesday, he pointed out that the Tehran regime is “weaker than people think.” Therefore now is the time to pressure it.
“I’d like to believe that the international community understands that Iran has to be pressed strongly. There are ways of pressing this regime right now because it’s weak,” Netanyahu told CNN.
“It’s weaker than people think. It doesn’t enjoy the support of its own people.”
He believes that “It’s been exposed for what it is. It tyrannizes its own people. Iranians detest these people as seen in the election fraud. The economy is susceptible and the time for pressure is now.”
Next month Iran will meet with the U.S., Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia in Geneva to discuss yet again its nuclear program. There might never be a better opportunity to apply the pressure that Netanyahu is suggesting.
So why should a hard-nosed Israeli leader care about the Iranian people? Because the regime in Tehran is rotten to its core. Scholar Andrew Boston notes in “The Legacy of Islamic Anti-Semitism,” published last year, that “Even if all non-Muslim Judeophobic themes were to disappear miraculously overnight from the Islamic world, the living legacy of anti-Jewish hatred, and violence rooted in Islam’s sacred texts — Qur’an, hadith, and sira — would remain intact.”
In spite of such institutionalized hatred of Jews and Judaism not only in Iran but in so much of the rest of the Muslim world, Netanyahu seems to have more regard for ending the tyranny Iranians suffer under than European or U.S. leaders.
He knows that a few tough decisions — such as embarking on genuine, united economic warfare against Iran — could have gone a long way toward upending mullah rule in Tehran, liberating the Iranians, and taking a big step toward Jews and Muslims living in peace in the Middle East.
Sad to say, Bibi is more a friend to the Persians than the non-Jewish free world.