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Hitler would be proud of Iran today

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There are some bad things going on in the world, and Iran seems to want to be at the center of all of them. Iran's psychotic President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has pushed his countries legal body to pass a law that requires Jews, Christians, and anyone not of the Muslim faith, to be branded at all times so as to distinguish them from the majority. Christians must wear red badges, Jews yellow patches of cloth. This comes on the heels of an announcement by Ahmadinejad earlier this year that Iran will hold a conference "to re-examine the history of the Nazis' 'Final Solution.'"

During the Gulf War, a lot of people thought this prophecy was about Saddam, but today, it looks eminently more plausible that they were only just barely off the mark. The specter of Iran's nuclear program running out of control in a decade may be just the beginning of far larger problems for humanity. South Korea's existence now is proof that nuclear weapons can in fact hold super-powers at bay, perhaps for all time. With with a person like Ahmadinejad that seems so willing to walk in the footsteps of history's greatest mad men, the immunity that nukes would seem to provide could prove far more disastrous that the existence and use of the weapons alone.

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