This weblog was created to act as a platform for the voice of secular pro-democracy activists in and outside Iran who are struggling against the religious dictatorship of the Islamic clerics in Iran. Follow me on https://gettr.com/user/potkazar or My Telegram Channel https://t.me/SledgeHammerNews
My favourite quote:
"Evil only prevails when the good stay silent"
Monday, June 22, 2009
Random Shooting of Iran's Youth by the Evil Monsters
These are the Iranian youth, Galloway dismisses as North Tehran Rich Kids. Don't ever forget the regime's lackeys. Don't ever forget their insults against our people
Down with the dictator!!!
June 22, 2009
Fair elections, Mullah-style
Iran's Guardian Council spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei, who was speaking on Iranian television on Sunday had this to say in response to a complaint filed by Mohsen Rezaei, one of the candidates supposedly defeated in the June 12 election.
"Statistics provided by Mohsen Rezaei in which he claims more than 100% of those eligible have cast their ballot in 170 cities are not accurate -- the incident has happened in only 50 cities,"
HT: Hot Air
salam man etelaate khoobi daram az in aghaye seyed hasan mir kazemi yaeni tamamiye amaresh az nojavani ta be inja .inha ro inja mizaram be dalile filtering shadid dar iran va inke har sayti ke esme mirkazemi tooshe filter shode.shoma bayad in etelaato dar ekhtiyar bezarid ta mardom bedoonan.dar zamane jang msn hamrahe (seyd hasan 16 sale) 4 sal dar jebhe boodam.oon be khatere tangdastie khanevadash be hasan raeyat (حسن رعیت)maeroof bood baed az jang ba khahare dooste samimish masoode moetaghed be name mina moetaghed sakene khiyabane reyhani dar shams abad ezdevaj kard.pedar khanomesh ye dabire baz neshaste bood.pas az jang varede vezarate etelalat shod va faaliyate eghtesadish ro zire nazare besarane aghaye hashemi az kish va ba varedate kalaye ghachagh shorooe kard tajhizate nezami .aslahe .mavade atashza va...motor mashin....kam kam ba ghavi kardane bonyeye eghtesadish tamamiye doostan o ham mahaliha ra(mantagheye shams abad meydane melat va khiyabane reyhani)varede gostareye faaliyathayash kard oo kam kam ba pool masjed ra tajhiz nemoode va modiriyate anra be dast gereft va avamele khod ra manande madahani chon mahmood karimi ,taheri va shakhsiyathaye mazhabiye maeroof ra dar anja be khedmat gereft va be in soorat tamamiye javanane mahal ra jazb nemood oo paygahe basij ra be komake in avamel tajhiz karde va kam kam damaneye ghodratash ra ba kharid dahha markaze kharid manade bazare mive saralah va... be tamamiye mantaghe gostarand dar kenare oo madare hamsarash pabe pa dar faaliyathayeeghtesadi va siasi naghsh dasht.saderate gooshto morhghe khavare miyane ..sahame aezame foolade mobarake ,oo ra kam kam varede mafiyaye ghodrat dar iran nemood akharin modele mashin va motor hamishe baraye avalin bar be daste oo varede keshvar shode .meydane asbdavaniye makhsoosash dar karaj ke dar kenare baghe zibayash gharar darad shayad yeki az binazirtarinha bashd ama az inha ke bogzarim oo modam zire pooshesh komakhaye khayerane va eghdamate mazhabi be onvane fardi movaja jelve mikonad
Don't waste your breath on scum like Galloway. Don't give him the importance he doesn't deserve. His ego is big enough as it is.
Galloway is essentially a paid mercenary and he will suck up to and bend over for any brute with enough facial hair.
I promise you one thing, though. He won't have a happy ending. People like him never do.
Death to Galloway
I am glad Galloway himself is rich MP kid, I look forward to adding him to the long list of defendants' list based on his evidenced support of the criminal acts committed by the Islamic regime. George Galloway is an accomplice just as Siemens, Nokia, Ericsson, Total, Citgo, Mcafee, Halliburton Products and Services, Ltd., Conoco-Phillips, General Electric......
There's No False Choice on Iran
The consequence of a weak president.
by Fred Barnes
06/29/2009, The Weekly Standard
Rejecting "false choices" is a favorite rhetorical device of President Obama. His speeches are littered with examples. A half-dozen times, he's repudiated "the false choice between our security and our ideals." He's dismissed "the false choice between sound science and moral values." He's not only disposed of "the false choice between securing this nation and wasting billions of taxpayer dollars," he's laid to rest the clash between those who'd "conserve our resources" and those who'd "profit from these natural resources."
But confronted by a popular revolt in Iran, Obama has succumbed to a false choice. Either support the democratic forces in Iran aligned against the rigged presidential election or preserve his chance to negotiate with the Ahmadinejad regime for a nuclear arms deal--one or the other. The president thinks he's stuck with a dilemma. He's not. The two options aren't mutually exclusive. The choice is indeed false.
To escape his predicament, Obama has sought neutrality between a discredited regime and democratic protesters. This actually helps the regime, since President Ahmadinejad and the mullahs don't need Obama's support. The protesters do. In effect, Obama has tilted in favor of the regime. The result is personal shame (for Obama) and policy shame (for the United States).
Monday, June 22, 2009
Re: Re: Understanding Obama [Andy McCarthy]
Rich, I respectfully disagree, but I think we need to be clear on terms. You say, "Obama surely would rather have a free Iran than a dictatorial, anti-American one."
As between freedom and dictatorship, in principle Obama is fine with dictatorship — we are seeing less and less freedom in our own country, and I believe Obama (who is dirigiste by nature) values stability over the rambunctiousness of a free society. He has certain values, and while he'd be delighted to have a free society arrive at them, he'd rather see them imposed if the alternative was a free society likely to shun them.
As for "anti-American," I think Obama's sense of the term is different from yours and mine. Obama agrees with a lot of the anti-Americanism that we hear from both apologists for radical Islam and the Left (many of whom are the same people). While the mullahs may be "anti-American" as we understand that term, Obama doesn't think they would be resolutely anti the America that he intends to shape. I think he sincerely believes he could deal with the mullahs and make them less anti-American than they now are, once they realize how he is reversing a lot of what offends them (and him) about America.
I'm not suggesting that Obama loves the mullahs or that he wants to turn America into Iran. I am not saying Obama wants the mullahs to abuse their own people — I'm sure he'd prefer this all to end without (further) bloodshed. I am merely saying that (a) the president does not think the mullahs are evil, (b) he thinks they have a point, (c) he thinks he can forge a rapprochement and deal effectively with them (though he is under no illusions about stopping their nuclear ambitions), (d) he is not a big believer in freedom, and (e) he thinks the world would be more stable and easier for him to navigate if the mullahs win.
Finally, I detect in your post a sense that I'm this close to the fringe. Saying, "whatever policy differences we have with him," is generally a prelude to claiming that some objection that has been lodged is beyond the realm of acceptable argument. I'll say two things about that. First, if you look at the sweeping changes that have occurred in the past five months, I think what I argued before the election about the significance of Obama's Leftist background and radical connections was on the mark. Second, I am saying what I am saying because I respect the president. As I said in the last post, I don't think he is weak at all. To the contrary, I think he has strategic goals that he pursues in highly disciplined, tactical pragmatism. He is a force to be reckoned with, and I don't think you reckon with him by hopefully assuming that, on some level, he shares our ideas about what's best for the country and the world. I credit him for wanting what's best — but only as he sees it.
President Clueless speaks.
Today President Obama said it was not too late for the for Iranian Government to peacefully resolve the unrest.
Not even images of bloodied protesters and video dying students is going to sway this president from his goal of negotiating with this thug regime.
Four members of the Iranian football team have been ‘retired’ for wearing green arm bands in protest of the election in Iran.
This is amazing (and not in a good way).
The Iranian government has “taken revenge by imposing life bans on players who sported green wristbands in a recent World Cup match in protest against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election.”
“According to the pro-government newspaper Iran, four players – Ali Karimi, 31, Mehdi Mahdavikia, 32, Hosein Ka’abi, 24 and Vahid Hashemian, 32 – have been “retired” from the sport after their gesture in last Wednesday’s match against South Korea in Seoul.”
HT/ Gateway Pundit
Hello From Uruguay, South America. 1 - Why do you say: "is an accomplice just as Siemens, Nokia, Ericsson, Total, Citgo, Mcafee, Halliburton Products and Services, Ltd., Conoco-Phillips, General Electric"?
2 - In case of new elecctions, and if Mousavi wins, waht kind of changes do you spect?
Please lay off George Galloway, Siemens, Nokia, Ericsson, Total, Citgo, Mcafee, Halliburton Products and Services, Ltd., Conoco-Phillips, General Electric.
It will not help your cause if you demonize everyone. I will be good enough if those directly responsible like Rafsanjani and Khamenei are brought to justice.
Also, can someone please translate what Anonymous commented at 3:47 PM?
I disagree with the premise that there is no false choice in Iran.
From Fred Barns's piece:
"But confronted by a popular revolt in Iran, Obama has succumbed to a false choice. Either support the democratic forces in Iran aligned against the rigged presidential election or preserve his chance to negotiate with the Ahmadinejad regime for a nuclear arms deal--one or the other. The president thinks he's stuck with a dilemma. He's not. The two options aren't mutually exclusive. The choice is indeed false."
Both candidates in the election represent the same basic ideology of the Islamic government. Demonstrations and unrest have not turned into a revolt against both candidates. Any sign of support from Obama will discredit the demonstrators and encourage brutal attacks by the basij and the revolutionary guards who will consider any detained demonstrators as agents of the America.
Obama is doing the right thing for now. His words are not worth much to people in Iran anyway.
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