Why is it that so many short, dark-haired dictators want to kill the Jews?
Hitler was a little guy (5’5″) and just HATED the Jewish people.
Could it have been a height thing? I’ve always wondered.
Of course, it could have been the fact that his father was born illegitimate with the last name of Schicklgruber. I mean, his dad was literally a bastard and grew up being called S-C-H-I-C-K-L-G-R-U-B-E-R!! Adolf’s dad must have had a truly traumatic childhood. A guy like that HAD to have turned out demented – a bastard with the name Schicklgruber.
I mean, just look at the guy:
Poor little Adolf didn’t stand a chance.
But, demented or not, Adolf’s dad had enough good sense to change his own family name to Hitler, and you can understand why he would want to do that. But, think of what might have happened if Hitler’s dad HADN’T changed his last name. Can you imagine anyone crying Heil Schicklgruber? Without laughing?
I rest my case.
But, I didn’t come here to talk about Alolf Schicklgruber. I came to talk about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Would you believe that Ahmadinejad is about the same height as Adolf Schicklgruber?
I even see something of a familial resemblance. They both have dark hair. They both talk funny. They both have ridiculous last names and wave their arms a lot.
I mean, look at these two:
Could the president of Iran actually be a SCHICKLGRUBER? Should we start calling him Mahmoud Schicklgruber?
It’s certainly easier to say than Ahmadine-nutjob.
Anyway, apparently the president of Iran, has a dream. And, last Thursday, the day before al-Quds Day, he told us all about it.
This is from the Ha’aretz newspaper:
Ahmadinejad: Iran is determined to eradicate Israel
Iranian president says those who are for humanity should also be for eradicating Israel, since the ‘Zionist regime is a symbol of suppression and discrimination.’
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iran was determined to eradicate Israel, ISNA news agency reported Thursday.
“Iran believes that whoever is for humanity should also be for eradicating the Zionist regime (Israel) as symbol of suppression and discrimination,” Ahmadinejad said in an interview with a Lebanese television network, carried by ISNA.
“Iran follows this issue (the eradication of Israel) with determination and decisiveness and will never ever withdraw from this standpoint and policy,” the Iranian president added in the interview with the Al-Manar network.
The remarks by Ahmadinejad came one day before the annual anti-Israeli rallies named Qods (Jerusalem) Day, which are held nationwide in Iran on the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Ahmadinejad on Monday said that Iranians and Muslim nations worldwide should hold Qods rallies and show their willingness to dispose of this “infectious tumor and this regime full of rascality.”
The Iranian president provoked international condemnation in 2005 when he said that Israel should be eliminated from the map of the Middle East and transferred to Europe or North America.
Dream on, Schicklgruber.