Caspita che tempismo, ‘a Monteze’!
Domani, 27 gennaio, giornata dedicata alla memoria della Shoah.
Il Tehran Times pensa bene di commentare così l’Olocausto. Leggetevelo quell’articolo, che serve, datemi retta. Qui vi anticipo solo qualche perla (i corsivi sono miei):
Every year on January 27 the media give wide coverage to the so-called Holocaust and Tel Aviv rebukes the world for the historic suffering that they claim they experienced in the past.
After the end of the war in 1945, the Allies along with Zionist leaders began formulating strange conceptions about the killing of Jews at Nazi camps which a modern man can hardly accept. By conjuring up images of gas chambers, they are attempting to convey the idea that the Jews have undergone indescribable torture…
The revisionist historians have proven in two decades of study that if Hitler had carried out a systematic program to eradicate the Jews, it would have taken more time than the six years that the war lasted. They have also proven that such an act of ethnic cleansing through the use of the poison gas Zyklon-B, as the Zionists claim, was not possible at the time.
Undoubtedly, the Nazi concentration camps were not holiday resorts and imposed various difficulties on the prisoners, just like any other detention camps in other wars.
Ma che c’entra Montezemolo?
Beh, mi ha fatto un certo effetto leggere, due lanci di ANSA più giu, la seguente notizia: ANSA.it – Fiat torna in Iran dopo 50 anni.
Prepariamoci alla linea morbida nei confronti dell’Iran, ché la Fiat… ops, la Patria lo vuole.