I read the transcript of the entire speach and comparing what he said to Hitler would be like comparing the Archies to Led Zepellin.
It was a little heavy on religion, you know not being decedant and being pious which well I am not really about not being not decedant but everything
he said regarding the way the Security Council operates procedurally was correct.
Everything he said about a handful of nations getting to basically run roughshod over the other 180 smallers ones is correct.
Evernthing he said was very respectful. The only thing he said regarding Israel is the truth, that a wave of Post World War II immigration brought
people from all over the world into the region and they displaced the people who were already living there with out much thought to the law or
compensating those who existed there.
He talked about the double standards in the Security Council and if it was wise for the nations who are most actively engaged in violence and war to
all be permanent members of the security council as it kind of defeats the purpose of having a security council when the 5 permanent members don't
let the other 180 nations have any say when it comes to Security related issues.
The long and the short of it, is this guy would have my vote if he wasn't so religious. Everything else he talks about is just plain honest common
The hysterical thing is, just like with Ron Paul, it's the guys who speak plain honest common sense and to the base truth of things that are labelled
as crackpots and dangerous.
Some how we now live in a world where people who do speak common sense, in regards to fairness, even and transparent laws that everyone has to follow,
not letting a handful of people and corporations and nations dictate everything the world over, and looking for a way to work out differences
peacefully is considered crazy and dangerous.
It would be funny if it weren't so darn sad.
Anyone who hasn't read his speech should.
Anyone who wants to pretend the main stream media has represented accurately for you, on your own behalf with out you taking the time to read it and
judge it for yourself?
Here is is in it's entirety posted on NPR's (National Public Radio) web site.
[edit on 24/9/09 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]