wiping Israel off the face of the earth
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech in Tehran last fall, in which he called for Israel to be wiped off the face of the earth, got a healthy amount of coverage by the international media.
Yet, despite the number of stories published and broadcast, a key element of that address to ‘The World Without Zionism" conference was overlooked, ignored – spiked, if you will – by major press organizations, according to a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
It wasn’t just a world without Zionism and Israel that Ahmadinejad and his friends in Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad and other terrorist groups were envisioning. It was a world without the United States of America.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it is literally true. Examine for yourself the photos published here of Ahmadinejad addressing the Tehran conference Oct. 26, 2005.
Some of them will look very familiar. Those showing the Iranian president gesticulating at a podium showing the name of the conference were published worldwide – from Al-Jazeera to the Associated Press. But those showing a wider view – and the complete poster for the event – are getting their biggest audience yet here in G2B.
It is worth noting that Ahmadinejad didn’t just stroll up to the podium. The Iranian government actually produced the visual aids you see here.
Yes, that is a ball representing the USA cracked at the bottom of that hourglass — with another representing Israel falling later.
It wasn’t just the imagery of the conference that was overlooked, ignored, unreported and underplayed by the world press. It was also the anti-American substance of Ahmadinejad’s speech.
"Is it possible for us to witness a world without America and Zionism?" he asked. "But you had best know that this slogan and this goal are attainable, and surely can be achieved."
What is he talking about?
Iran has developed a strategic "war preparation plan" for what it calls the "destruction of Anglo-Saxon civilization."
To see the pictures go to the WorldNetDaily.com Link.