Hey, Ahmadinejad Isn't So Bad!
Count on the Payola Pundit, UN consultant-correspondent Ian Williams, to find something nice to say about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Williams retched out a piece in The Guardian Online saying that the Iranian dictator is not such a bad sort.
Over all, Williams was in fine form with this amoral garbage. His contributions lately have been sleep-inducing diatribes against the UN's new secretary geenral Ban Ki-moon, who Williams feels is not anti-American enough. Personally I think he is teed off because he isn't getting consulting work from the new administration, as he did under Kofi Annan.
Here's an excerpt from fifth rate hack's latest opus:
In 1938, Williams would have been one of those people saying that Stalin was a great guy, and that Hitler wasn't so bad. After all, what was he guilty of? Supporting the death penalty?
So, of what is Ahmadinejad guilty? He supports the death penalty? Anyone would think he was a Texas governor. Is the president of China ostracized for threatening to rain missiles on Taiwan, for not having elections, or for executing thousands of people a year? No, we give him the Olympics, and all the TV channels will be there.