The West has taken the issue of the Holocaust to expose a hypocritical innocence and oppress other nations, but I have effectively attacked this weak point of the West.
Ahmadinejad is currently in the middle of a fierce campaign to be re-elected to a second four-year term as president of Iran. His primary pro-reform rival, Mir Hossein Mousavi, has openly criticized Ahmadinejad’s constant questioning of the Holocaust, stating that it has undermined Iran’s international standing.
Iran cannot move forward with Ahmadinejad at its helm. He has proven time and time again his unwillingness to work with the international community, and continues to reject any compromise with world powers over nuclear energy.
It’s time for a change in the world, and let’s start with saying goodbye to Ahmadinejad. Hopefully the Iranian people will elect a new leader open to democracy, committed to working with the international community, and one who will be a peaceful neighbor in the constantly shaky Middle East.