A Message to Iran

Thanks, Carlos.

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4 Responses to “A Message to Iran”

  1. tizona Says:

    Damn straight, Senor Dude.

  2. Rebecca H Says:

    Good for Carlos. He speaks for a lot of US Hispanics who never get a hearing in the MSM.

  3. Dave Surls Says:

    “TEHRAN, Iran — Thousands of Iranians nationwide demonstrated Sunday to celebrate the 28th anniversary of the takeover of the U.S. Embassy by militant students, state television reported.”

    “Demonstrators in the capital, Tehran, including elementary school students, gathered outside the former U.S. Embassy, chanting anti-U.S. and anti-Israeli slogans. They burned the two countries’ flags and warned Washington to learn from the hostile incident.”

    “The takeover, which occurred during Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution, severely damaged relations between the two countries. The 52 Americans who were held hostage during the crisis were returned after 444 days, but the U.S. cut off diplomatic ties with Iran to protest the incident.”

    “State television showed video footage of the takeover Sunday and images of the Americans who had been held hostage.”

    “The usual chants of “Death to America” and “Death to Israel” were heard all over the country. This is not unusual since most mosques in the country end their Friday services with these chants every week.”

    From American Thinker.

    In my opinion, Iran must be destroyed.

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