Sunday, July 15, 2007

Tehran Times: "today Zionism is talking through Angela Merkel"

Angela Merkel, who received one of Ahmadinejad's famous letters to world leaders, you will recall, recently said some critical things about Iran. Tehran Times replies:
In an undiplomatic and provocative speech at a school of Jewish studies in Heidelberg, German Chancellor Angela Merkel referred to the anti-Zionist statements of Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad and said that the threat can only be eliminated by isolating Iran.

At first glance, it seems the German chancellor’s statements could have been influenced by the fact that politicians usually try to mention points which the audiences of such meetings expect to hear.

However, nowadays the world expects high-ranking officials to analyze the situation and take others’ views into consideration when they make statements.

Angela Merkel has made a number of statements about the Holocaust issue since taking power, which can be viewed from various angles.
"Various angles"? Perhaps she took "others’ views into consideration."
Although the Zionist regime has been playing the Holocaust card to take advantage of other nations’ emotions for years, the rest of the world is finally catching on to the game.

Using history as a tool to appease a particular group only creates more divisions between nations.

As a major industrialized country, Germany, has been yearning to play a role in the international arena by seeking to build consensus among nations.

However, it seems the chancellor’s biased statements about the Iranian president, which are a result of Zionist pressure, will cause a loss of prestige for Germany in the world, and in Europe in particular, and will negatively affect the longstanding ties between Iran and Germany, which had been expanding in recent years.

Indeed, Merkel’s indiscreet statements are in line with the interests of the Zionists, to the detriment of the interests of Iran and Germany. In other words, today Zionism is talking through Angela Merkel.

Such statements are regrettable, since throughout the history of Iran-Germany relations, the interests of the two countries have always been prioritized over short-term issues.

Over the course of history, leaders have always tried to make amends for the bitter chapters of their country’s history by making speeches, especially to minorities, in order to gain their support, often playing to the people’s emotions in order to escape from political and psychological pressure.

Merkel’s threatening tone can be viewed in this light.

Whatever Merkel’s motivations may have been, her position will now be deemed as threatening and hostile by other nations and governments.

It seems that Merkel selected her words in such a way so as to appease the Jews in her country and make amends for the dark events of Germany’s past, in which she and the members of her generation actually played no part.
No generation is immune from Fake Regime machinations!

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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