Sunday, February 12, 2006

And more Pics

Some more pictures from yesterday:

















Protesters hold placards of jailed Iranian bus driver, Mansour Osanloo.
















A huge Sun and Lion flag dwarfs the IRI emblem
at the London embassy.















Iranian protesters outside the Islamic Centre in England
spoiling the celebrations inside.


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank God the Iranians are proving they are not mindless robots.
I have hope for that proud ancient nation, that they will throw off the scorge of Islam that has enslaved them for over a 1000 years.
TJ

Anonymous said...

Iranian people are certainly not mindless robots. Its just that those who are not robots dont get the press coverage. Its up to people like you to put pressure on your mass media. Ask them why this demo did not get any coverage?

Anonymous said...

Iran, break yourself free from the iron fist of Islam. Bring back the glory you once had until Arabian nomads conquered you.

Anonymous said...

Dear Iranians brothers and sisters thanks God that you proved you are not mindless robots.
I have hope that one day you will come out from the bondage of law and will give your life to the Saviour Lord Jesus Christ.
TA
18:35

Yap said...

Iranians, you are the lights in the darkness, you gave us the first carter of human rights.
May together, we destroy this insane cult.

Anonymous said...

Long live bus drivers and Lion& sun and also darafsh kaviani etc.

We need people like you Puzkin to save us. This year we had 25 people at the demonstration. Hopefully next year we will have 35, and the following year god knows, perhaps even 50.

Azarmehr said...

Its not Puzkin, its Potkin. I don't realy know who you are so I am not sure if I can save you.

With regards to numbers, I dont know where you get your figures from, but if you are trying to say we are few in numbers, thats no problem. Numbers dont mean who is rightor wrong. When Hitler came power, those opposed to him were in a minority too and lots of other examples I can count. As Henry V told his troops in St. Crispin’s speech:
"the fewer men, the greater share of honor.”

Anonymous said...

Numbers mean a lot in a democracy ! but I guess you have to console yourself with something like the Henry V speech !

Azarmehr said...

Of course in a democracy people won't be scared to express their opinion and no one will be harmed or made to suffer for their opinion. Just because only a few people dared to express their opposition to Saddam, it did not mean the majority of Iraqis seen at pro-Saddam rallies were the real majority of opinion. Similarly just because only a few North Koreans dare to express their opposition to the Kim dynasty, it does not mean they are in the minority. Nor did the huge number of people in May day rallies in the Soviet Union meant that the majority of the people in the Soviet Union were Communists, and I can give you hundreds more examples like this.
If you and other stooges of the Theocracy in Iran are convinced you are in the majority then why dobt you have free elections and stop vetting candidates in your phoney elections.

Anonymous said...

You really are not capable of having a discussion without accusing someone to be a stooge or theocrat etc. That is why you are well known for your violence in breaking up meetings etc.

Go and do something useful for your nation and for freedom. Barking at people is not a show of democracy. Iranians have had enough of yobs like you.

As we Iranians say, gooz does not relate to shaghigheh. You jump from Hitler to Henry V, then to Korea, Saddam Hussein, soviet Union etc. Get yourself a brain.

Azarmehr said...

I leave it to others to decide whether the examples I gave were relevant to the discussion or not.
Also please enlighten me, what meeting did I break up?