Before I begin my speech I would like if I may to address a few words to the sponsors of this conference on behalf of myself and of Revisionist Historians everywhere. I am a plain speaking sort of person; I call a spade a spade, a liar a liar, and a damned liar a damned liar.
Friends tell me I wear my heart on my sleeve. I donít have many friends, and that is one of the reasons why. But that is the way I have always been, and I couldnít imagine ever wanting to be any other way.
Politicians are usually cut from a different cloth, at least where certain subjects are concerned, because most of them believe popularity is more important than honesty. I can sympathise with them up to a point, because in the West politics is a popularity contest; the most popular or at other times the least unpopular politicians are the ones who win the elections. Too often though honesty is sacrificed in total to popularity. It is a shame that there has to be a choice, but give me an honest politician any day.
In Britain we do have some honest politicians; the one who springs most readily to mind is Anne Widdicombe. Like myself she is over fifty and unmarried, probably with good reason. You may not agree with Anne Widdicombe, you certainly may not like her, but if youíve ever heard her speak, youíll doubtless agree that anytime she opens her mouth she has something intelligent and honest to say. Although Iím not sure that even she would extend to saying something intelligent and honest about this gathering.
In Iran you have an honest politician, a man who is not just a politician but a statesman, the Tehranosaurus Rex of statesmen. His name is of course Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; I call him Mahmoud the Tehranible. Your President is a man after my own heart; he wears his heart on his sleeve, and he tells it like it is, like he sees it. You may not agree with him, you may not like him, but you canít fault his candour and his honesty. Most Western Statesmen donít tell it like it is, not where Zionism, the Jewish Question and the Middle East are concerned. They prefer to be diplomatic, to curry favour with powerful vested interests.
Diplomacy is not always a bad thing. Most of us donít like to cause gratuitous offence to people who have done us no personal harm. But if Western leaders and statesmen had been less diplomatic and more honest in their dealings with Zionism, Organised Jewry and the Middle East in general, this conference would never have been necessary because these terrible, pernicious lies would have been laid to rest decades ago, and the Middle East in particular and the world in general would have been a more just and safer place.
Like me your President doesnít have many friends, not in the West. He is denounced by the controlled media as a bigot, a crank and a dangerous fanatic. But it is my personal opinion that future Revisionist Historians, and the peoples of the Middle East, Gentile and Jew, will build a shrine to him for the enormous part he has played in finally helping up lift this terrible yolk from the German people, the White Race, the Palestinians, Torah-true Jews, and all Mankind.
Mahmoud the Tehranible, we salute you.
[The above speech was not delivered at the Holocaust Conference due to time constraints but an edited version was made at the Presidential Palace. (See Tehran Diary.)]
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