Sunday, January 27, 2013

Argentina, Iran Ink Accord on Holocaust Remembrance Day

S. American Haven for Nazi War Criminals Cozies Up to New Hitler

Jewish blood is oiling the wheels of rapprochement between Hitlerian Iran and Argentina, a country long associated with Nazis, state racism and genocide--from the massacres of indigenous peoples to the forced disappearance, meaning mass murder, of 30,000 citizens during the "Dirty War" of the 1970s.

Click here to read the news that Argentina and Iran made--on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The two countries' foreign ministers signed a "breakthrough" agreement to co-investigate the bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires 19 years ago that killed 85 people and injured hundreds.

As Iran and its Islamist Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah, were responsible for the atrocity, today's announcement, which Argentina's president hailed as "historic," can be compared to partnering with escaped Nazi war criminals (in Argentina) after World War II to investigate, say, Kristallnacht. Fortunately, that never happened.

But times have changed. From one continent to the next, advocates of appeasement and collaboration are advancing under cover of diplomacy and dialogue. [Click here for a report on how Argentina and Brazil help Iran.]

The Buenos Aires Jewish center bombing in July 1994 followed a car bomb attack on the Israeli Embassy in Argentina's capital on March 17, 1992. The embassy bombing killed 29 people and injured more than 250 others. Among the victims were Israeli diplomats, children, clergy from a church located across the street, and other passersby. The Iran-linked Islamic Jihad Organization claimed responsibility for the explosion.

EARLY WARNING: The perfidious pact that was announced today reinforces suspicions that Iran, with help from Venezuela, is resuming nuclear cooperation with Argentina

Related: Egyptian Blogger Calls Holocaust "Historical Lie"