September 28, 2012
Ahmadinejad at the U.N.: Sympathy for the Devil?
It is beyond reason. The inmates clearly have control of the asylum. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's rant before the U.N. General Assembly in New York this week would better have been delivered in Stockholm. The famous Stockholm Syndrome was named for the way some hostages began to identify with their terrorist captors. It was offered as a psychological disorder. In New York, at the U.N., this psychological disorder is the new order of business. Ahmadinejad called for a new world order. Of what? A rule of a U.N. world body dominated -- or at least held hostage by -- the Terroristans that make up an increasing number of the members of the General Assembly. The U.N. was founded to test the idea of collective security. Every member of the General Assembly had to declare war on Nazi Germany in order to gain admission to the new world organization, in 1945. Why must they have declared war on Nazi Germany? Because any government that did...(Read Full Article)