Here he comes again Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is coming to America to speak at the UN. Given that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a fanatical nutjob, it would be to our benefit to explore how he developed into his mania. Not that it would justify what the man is doing, but it might help with understanding what we are dealing with and whether he means what he says. I’m no psychoanalyst (nor do I play one on TV) but this whacko is very very frightening. Ahmadinejad thinks that his job is to hasten the coming of the Muslim Messiah and guess how he intends to get there:

his mother’s name is Sayeed Khanom, which indicates that she is a descendant of the Prophet; but his father’s pedigree is much less glorious. His name was originally Sabarian, which is most certainly an Arabic name (an insult for most Iranians). Interestingly his father whose first name was Ahmad changed his family name to Ahmadinejad, which could translate in “of the race of the prophet” since Ahmad was one of the multiple names used by the prophet.

Think about that, his mother the glorious position of a descendant of Mohammad, dad had the inglorious position of marrying way above his station. Papa must of had a tremendous inferiority complex, and I am sure that little A-mad-shithead learned from his dad’s insecurity (I believe its called prophet-envy)

In his younger adult years, A-mad-shithead started his road to being a terrorist. He was involved with the taking of the US embassy and supposedly suggested taking the Russian one as well.

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Ahmadinejad was a close associate of Ayatollah Malahati, who was among the people that set up Iran’s terrorist activities. Malahati reportedly supervised the Oct. 23, 1983 Beirut terror attacks against the U.S. Marines and French soldiers barracks that killed 241 U.S. servicemen and 58 French paratroopers.In his new role Ahmadinejad allegedly planned assassinations in the Middle East and Europe of opponents to the regime, such as the Kurdish leader Qasselou in July 1989 in Vienna.

In other words the guy has a real taste for blood. But its worse than that. You have a guy who’s mother decended from the prophet, a dad trying to make up for the fact that he is the Iranian version of trailer trash and what you end up with is a nut job with a Messiah Complex

In September 2005, during his speech at the United Nations, Ahmadinejad said that he saw all the heads of state gathered blinded by a divine light while angels were circling above his head! [in college we called that really good acid]
Ahmadinejad adheres to the Hojjatieh’s interpretation of Shiism which holds a very messianic and apocalyptic view of the world. It actually predicts a period of universal chaos before the return of the Mahdi (the 12th imam, also known as the hidden imam). Interestingly even radical Ayatollah Khomeini banned Hojjatieh Shiism in 1983, but it was recently revived. Ahmadinejad sees politics as the “continuation of war by other means.” When asked by students to define “what’s the most beautiful for a Muslim on earth,” he answered very matter of fact: “To kill and be killed.”Ahmadinejad is convinced that he has been chosen by God to hasten the Mahdi’s return. The way to achieve this goal for the Iranian president is the occurrence of a nuclear Holocaust. And this is why it is so vital for Ahmadinejad that Iran acquires a nuclear weapon.

Are we scared yet? I am. This guy thinks he is supposed to bring on the “end of days” and the only way to do that is to kill millions of people. So what have we done to stop this guy since he visited last…Nothing:

The Return By P. David Hornik | 9/18/2008

Incitement to genocide is doing well these days. On Monday, September 22, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be arriving to address the UN General Assembly for the third time. At least this time he won’t be an honored guest of Columbia University as well. Since his last address to the world body, a year ago on September 24, Ahmadinejad has been adding to his genre—not only referring to Israel last May 8 as a “stinking corpse” that “should be wiped off the face of the earth” as Sarah Palin has noted. Six days later, for instance, on Israel’s 60th birthday, he said on Iranian state television that “The Zionist regime is dying. The criminals assume that by holding celebrations…they can save the sinister Zionist regime from death and annihilation…. Nations of the region hate this criminal fabricated regime and will uproot this fabricated regime if the smallest and briefest opportunity is given to them.”

Another example occurred just last August 20 when Ahmadinejad called Israel a “germ of corruption” that will be “removed soon” on his presidential website. The “penalty” for these statements, which lawyers and diplomats have called illegal under the UN’s own Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide? Another invitation to the General Assembly; business as usual; treatment as a respected world statesman. Not everyone, though, is passively accepting the outrage. On September 23, the day after Ahmadinejad’s speech, several groups will be holding a protest conference in Washington. They include Genocide Watch, the International Association of Genocide Scholars, Yale University’s Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, and the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Among the speakers will be U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke, Canadian MP and former justice minister and attorney-general Irwin Cotler, and Israeli former UN ambassador Dore Gold, as well as officials who have dealt with the atrocities in Bosnia, Rwanda, and Darfur. The conference will be called “State-Sanctioned Incitement to Genocide: What Can Be Done?” and will be viewable live at the Middle East Strategic Information website. From the standpoint of Israel, the target of Ahmadinejad’s threats, another piece of relatively good news is the Bush administration’s decision to sell Israel bunker-busting bombs—which seems to contradict earlier reports that the administration had turned cool to the idea of a possible Israeli strike on Iran and was working to prevent it. The 1,000 GBU-39 smart bombs can penetrate underground bunkers and are the sort of thing Israel would need to hit Iran’s nuclear facilities. Each bomb weighs 113 kg but has the force of a 900-kg bomb, and their small size means an aircraft can carry more of them and use more of them in a sortie. Meanwhile in a seminar on the global nuclear threat held Monday in Brussels, organized by the European Jewish Congress and the Interdisciplinary Center (Herzliya, Israel), a panel of experts on proliferation stated that “Only military action can stop Iran, or else Iran will acquire nuclear weapons to the great detriment of regional and even global stability.” They included Ian Anthony of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Alfred Pijpers of the Netherlands Institute of International Relations, and Uzi Arad of the Interdisciplinary Center. In its closing statement the panel said that “the Iranian crisis has worsened to the degree that it may now be irresolvable.” They also said the situation regarding nuclear terrorism has worsened in all regards, that there is a real danger of terrorists obtaining nuclear weapons, and that the instability in Pakistan and potential instability in North Korea are linked to the peril. “Hezbollah is an obvious worry,” they added, “especially with the recent news that Hezbollah groups have cells in North America and in the heart of Europe.” Moshe Kantor, president of the European Jewish Congress, “deplored the fact that some 10,000 companies in Europe are still collaborating with Iran on the development of its gas and oil industry” and “estimated this industry to have a turnover of approximately $100 billion dollars,” adding that “The collaboration continues and even big European Union countries cannot stop their business community from investing in Iran’s proliferation process.” One doesn’t have to be too subtle to see a connection between that and the fact that Ahmadinejad has so far got off scot-free and will once again be addressing a body established in the wake of World War II to promote international peace. In such a world, it’s a good thing Israel’s getting the bunker-busters.