Sunday, June 14, 2009

The Fear is Gone

Look at this brave Iranian lioness, first she swing kicks and then she side kicks the neanderthal truncheon wielding riot guard! She gets a few baton strikes but this is the price for freedom and she cares not.

Blessed is our motherland Iran, for having such daughters.

The fear is gone and the momentum continues.



and this one is already beaten and on the floor:

17 comments:

Sohrab said...

Some are twitting that the regular armed forced have indicated to the IRGC that they will NOT attack the Iranian people.

Allah-u-akbar indeed!

Simon Forbes said...

It certainly is

Here is a serenade for Ahmadinezhad posted a few hours ago. The SOB won't get much sleep tonight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpWL3-ms41o&feature=channel_page

http://tinyurl.com/ly7fv7

Oh btw the Tehran Bureau web site seems to have been blitzed.

Winston said...

FUCK>>> I wish I was there to kick his balls.

خیلی عصبانیم

Winston said...

gosh...

خاک بر سر بی لیاقت اون مرد بی غیرت ایرانی بکنن که از بغل اون دختره رد شد. خاک عالم بر سرش

Anonymous said...

Being borning in eastern Europe before the Berlin Wall came down, I totally understand the frustrations that many Iranians must be feeling right now. How dare these thugs keep the population under their iron fist!

This occurs all over the middle east. While they distract people by blaming everything on Israel and the US, they happily beat, hang and murder their own for one reason and one only, corrupt unaccountable power.

I hope people like that woman prevail some day!

OSB Oblate said...

I wish I was as brave as this woman. I hope she is okay.
Power to the Iranian People! Freedom for Iranian men and women!

saggezard said...

I wonder why UN is asleep while all of this is going on before the world's eyes. UNHRC, Mr. Jimmy Carter where the hell are you? In coma?

Anonymous said...

just in from twitter!!...... (0 / 0)
apparantly Khamenei is going to "investigate the results"...could very easily be another ploy, trick
http://www.dailykos.com/comments/2009/6/14/16153/1560/582#c582

bardia said...

http://www.facebook.com/ext/share.php?sid=111599800129&h=tNpY2&u=Y58K0&ref=nf

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=1767711&id=725394349&ref=nf

خدای من این شیر زنان ایرانی اند

دوستان هر کاری که می تونید بکنید تا این خون ها پایمال نشوند

رسوایی این رژیم را در سراسر دنیا داد بزنید

John said...

Brave woman!

Anonymous said...

Me Jangam - Me Miram -
Ray'amo pass Mige'ram

Iran,ne me'merad
Zellat Ne'pazirat

Marg ber Dictator e she'reyee
Marg Bar Malijakeh Doroogh'goo

Winston said...

So will people go back to their homes and works if the regime appointed Mousavi as the useless president of Iran? Anything short of complete regime removal is just a sham itself.

Anonymous said...

The delegates from the office of the supreme leader...reached Mir Hossein Mousavi's residence around midnight on election day, Friday, June 12th. Mousavi knew he was not the supreme leader's favorite candidate, yet ...[a]ll day long the proceedings and monitors had reported a big win for him, a three-to-one victory ... His nearest rival would have been another reformist candidate, Mehdi Karubi. But a 7 million to 8 million margin over his opponent meant he was a favorite to win the runoff.

But the men from the office of the supreme leader had other things on their mind. It was that odd combination of good-news-bad-news that provided most of the midnight irony. Surely they had come to congratulate him on his landslide victory. But they also carried a somber note from the supreme leader that it would not be in the best interest of the country for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to step aside. They informed Mousavi that the incumbent Ahmadinejad would be declared the victor, and that Mousavi was to fulfill his duties by abiding by the supreme leader's wish and accepting the new plan in the interest of national security. I don't know how long exactly it took Mousavi to make the most important decision of his political life. But the next fateful morning, he emerged defiant and uncompromising. ...
http://www.forbes.com/2009/06/15/isfahan-tabriz-tehran-iranian-election-opinions-contributors-mousavi-ahmadinejad.html

Winston said...

1 dead in tehran

John said...

More brave Iranian women!

http://inapcache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/iranelect_06_15/i17_19370165.jpg

United British Alliance said...

"It's great to see the Iranian people demanding a return to a non religous state.
85% turn out thoroughly shames Britains own electorate.
We fully support and respect your Countrymens stance and bodes well for ALL our futures.
Our hand in friendship,
THE UBA."

Winston said...

you have an excellent British accent my brother