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Monday, September 22, 2008

The Endless Queue of Useful Idiots: the Latest Crop

September 25 Rally to protest U.S. religious leaders “honoring” AHMADINEJAD at NYC Hyatt Hotel

Join us to raise your voice of conscience against religious appeasers of tyrant Ahmadinejad!

On Thursday, Sept 25, at 6pm in New York City at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, The American Friends Service Committee, Mennonite Central Committee, Quaker UN Office, Religions for Peace, and the World Council of Churches-UN Liaison Office will be “honoring” Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at an Iftar (dinner to break the day’s Ramadan fast). Other organizations, political leaders and media have also been invited. Read the Text of the Invitation.

These religious leaders are about to betray their brethren across all religions, parties, and countries by “honoring” the tyrannical regime of Ahmadinejad and the Iranian mullahs of this terrorist state.

At the same time, Women United, the Jewish Action Alliance, Stand With Us, Center for Security Policy, the Catholic League, the The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Alliance of Iranian Women and over 30 organizations of all faiths and political affiliations will hold an interfaith rally to counter this betrayal of principles, to protest Ahmadinejad’s presence at the United Nations, and to oppose Iran’s nuclear weapons program and outrageous threats against the USA and America’s ally, Israel. See the full list of participating organizations HERE , updated daily.

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has been invited to speak along with many other civic and religious leaders and politicians, both Democrats and Republicans.

Please join us at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, East 42nd St, near Lexington Ave and Grand Central Station in Manhattan, at 5:30pm. PLAN EXTRA TRAVEL TIME because the large number of attendees will affect traffic near the event.

Send a message to the Mullahs in Iran!

For more information, or to bring your organization on board, call 212-726-1124

Updates throughout available on the site of Stop Ahmadinjad (...) >>>

The People's Cube have designed the two flyers: "A few days ago we were contacted to make a flyer for the next week's two rallies protesting Ahmadinejad's visit to New York and his appeasers in the West. Since then the Sept. 22 rally at the UN has grown famous thanks to the organizers' decision to disinvite Sarah Palin under pressure from the Democrat leadership and its proxies among the leftist Jewish groups, whom Pamela Geller called Jewicidals. So we made two different flyers". (...) >>>

Said Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs is reporting on today's sad, sad gathering in New York in "2,000 strong Weak". Here's another by Michael Weiss, "Standing Up to Ahmadinejad": Brave dissident Iranians ended up the stars of Monday's rally instead of U.S. politicians. (Also, Phyllis Chesler on Why the Rally Didn't Roar and Dear Mahmoud by Michael Ledeen).

The UN has once again been exposed as the amoral institution that it is. It seems to be impossible to explain to good-meaning Westerners the immorality of bargaining with evil. The height of relativist ethics is unconditional, open-ended diplomacy at any price. Much like sending Neville Chamberlain to Munich to parley with Hitler about the final solution: can we close the deal at fifty percent?

Update: NY Sun has published the text of the speech Sarah Palin would have delivered at yesterday's anti Ahmadinejad rally had she not been desinvited on the insistence of one of George Soros' tentacles, J Street: "Palin on Ahmadinejad: 'He Must Be Stopped'".

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2 comments:

James Higham said...

The height of relativist ethics is unconditional, open-ended diplomacy at any price.

Nicely put. Relativism has no sky hooks to grab hold of.

Wolfie said...

That link to Atlas Shrugs was hard going, I had to read it twice before I could decipher its meaning. I am continually puzzled by the obsession with Jewish opinion within the American right, most New York Jews I have ever known were ardent Democrats yet committed Zionists. Have you not wondered about that? (rhetorical question for you Cassandra)

 
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