Iranian bastards!


Not the people, the bloody government, if this report is true where does the governments legitimacy come from?

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1246296541275&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

As the Iranian authorities warned the opposition on Tuesday that they would tolerate no further protests over the disputed June 12 presidential elections, a report emerged of the hangings of six supporters of defeated candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi.

Not one of this six, no this lady was hung for killing a man trying to rape her.

Not one of this six, no this lady was hung for killing a man trying to rape her.

More below the fold.
Hat tip to Atlas Shrugged

 

 

 

These bastards have reportedly hung 6 people for the terrible crime of wanting a fair election.

Id like to state the candidate they are rallying around is by no means a “western style” liberal either, having been a henchman of Khomeni.

 

So when the UN, Obama, Rudd and Co say they deplore the overthrow of Saddams regime as it was a terrible act of overthrowing a “sovereign nation”, just think about what that means. The regime in Iran just defrauded millions of people, then used extreme violence, including beatings and murder to break up rallies to protest against this. In addition to using the police and paramilitary units they are now using their “legal” system to carry out state sanctioned murder of political opponents.

 

This is a regime with no legitimacy. They are murdering their own citizens for supporting the wrong candidate.

 

So as far as the world is concerned sovereignty falls to whomever is prepared to slaughter its own citizens to maintain political power.

Its disgusting.

I go to the UNs news page, what do you think the subject of all 5 “leading articles are? I found nothing on the UN’s own site (Im sure there’s been a report produced somewhere in the bowels of that institution)

Latest developments

Marking 60 years of UN assistance, Ban honours courage of Palestinians

UN and partners seeking ‘meaningful’ progress from Israel, Palestinians

Upcoming hearings enable victims to speak directly to UN Gaza rights probe

Unresolved Gaza crisis hampering efforts to advance Mid-east peace – UN envoy

UN, aid agencies call for end to Israel’s two-year blockade of Gaza

What a fucking surprise, dirt eating scum that they are.

 

As for Obama, well how scathing can he be?

The Iranian government must understand that the world is watching. We mourn each and every innocent life that is lost. We call on the Iranian government to stop all violent and unjust actions against its own people. The universal rights to assembly and free speech must be respected, and the United States stands with all who seek to exercise those rights.

As I said in Cairo, suppressing ideas never succeeds in making them go away. The Iranian people will ultimately judge the actions of their own government. If the Iranian government seeks the respect of the international community, it must respect the dignity of its own people and govern through consent, not coercion.

Martin Luther King once said – “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” I believe that. The international community believes that. And right now, we are bearing witness to the Iranian peoples’ belief in that truth, and we will continue to bear witness.

Oh good, meaningless platitudes, while the bodies of those afforded “dignity” swing in the wind…

 

How about Kevvie waxman?

Bugger all, he hedged a little by saying the “apparent re-election”, but has otherwise been quiet. (funny, you think an ex-diplomat might have an opinion)

 

And from the Iranian embassy here in Australia?

http://www.iranembassy.org.au/english_AU/news/newsdisplay.aspx?nwid=299

 

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hassan Qashqavi on Saturday strongly condemned the recent statement issued by G-8 states on Iran s presidential elections describing the move as meddlesome and hasty.

Qashqavi recalled that some 85 percent of eligible voters took part in a lawful, free and competitive presidential election which was regarded as a turning point in a religious-democratic country, a vital fact which is non-existent in democratic societies of the West.

Over the past 30 years, some 30 democratic and fair elections have been held in the country and the massive turnout in the country s presidential election is a good proof which indicates the trust of voters on the sound election mechanism in Iran, he said.

The people in the world were expecting the G-8 to adopt a proper stance in dealing with their problems, he said.

On recent meddlesome stance taken by the speaker of European parliament on developments in Iran, he said that Iran regards such acts as irresponsible and unacceptable and strongly condemns them.

The fact is the Iranian supervisory body, the Guardian Council as the legitimate entity is to hear the complaints lodged by candidates and the body has not yet finished its job, he said.

The upcoming visit by the European parliament speaker and his entourage to Tehran would be a positive move to help broaden parliamentary ties and cooperation between Iran and Europe but if they fail to meet the two side s mutual respect and interests it will not be fruitful, he said.

Referring to comments by the European parliament speaker, he said such visit under the current circumstances will not help broaden and uphold relations between the two sides and run counter to the spirit of friendship and mutual cooperation, he pointed out.

Iran calls for expansion of parliamentary relations and cooperation with European parliament based on mutual respect and interests, he said adding that the country is determined not to allow anyone to interfere in the country s internal affairs.

“If Hans-Gert Pottering is sincere in his comments on sense of responsibility by the European parliament on violation of human rights, essential freedoms, respect for dignity of humans, he should have supported innocent and defenseless people in Gaza while they were trapped by the savage and inhuman attacks of the Zionist occupiers,” Qashqavi said.

During mass killing of innocent people in Gaza, the European parliament failed to carry out its duties as expected by the world public opinion and its speaker, Hans-Gert Pottering, showed no interest in visiting the region to exert pressure on the Zionist occupiers or express sympathy with the oppressed people of Palestine, he said.

The Islamic Republic of Iran advises the European parliament to avoid misusing human values and principles and instead of meddling in the internal affairs of other countries, try to respect their rights based on international code of conduct, he said

Always with the Jews….always…

 

Heres the Iranian embassy here in Oz’s email address, Im sending them a query which will (more or less) invite them to blame the Zionists. It will be interesting to see if they bite.

ambassador@iranembassy.org.au

Id hate to see people using the ambassadors email to send him email versions of flaming cat shit……not.

 

I am writing in relation to the reports in the western media of a significant unrest within Iran at the moment. There have been some fairly fantastic allegations made with relations to people being killed.

I would like to ask is much of this likely to be factual or just more warmongering spin from the western media?

I would draw your attention to this report in a Zionist newspaper. http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1246296541275&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

 

I am loath to believe anything in that paper, however a confirmation from one of your staff as to the inaccuracy of this article would be appreciated.

 

Iran obviously has a right to enforce peace in its streets from violent protesters, that does not concern me. However I would be concerned if rioters were being executed after what must have been fairly hasty trials.

 

Any information you could give me would be appreciated.

 

Thank you, * *****.

 

Ps: Is there any indications as to who is funding or organizing these protests? They seem a little to well organized to be purely “spontaneous”.

 

Im off to have a shower now, writing that email made me feel….dirty… If I get a response Ill be sure to post it.

11 Responses to “Iranian bastards!”

  1. bingbing Says:

    Don’t forget what Bolt had to say re rigged Iranian elections.

    http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/banning_burkas/

    • VodkaBlogger Says:

      I was going to comment at Boltas on that post but I despise the News Ltd blog system (no conversation possible most of the time) with the news that al-Qaeda has targeted us Frenchies for our President having the gall (the Gaul?) to speak out against the burqa. See story here in English.

      It’s only a rough guide but you can usually be sure you are on the right side of a social issue when al Qaeda is on the other side.

  2. VodkaBlogger Says:

    I reckon you’ll get a response but it will be a form thing, I’m guessing a modified Iranian regime press release.

    I remember a while back Ahmadinejad made the amazing and straightfaced comment that there are no homosexuals in Iran (he was speaking at a US university, I believe). As the punishment for male homosexuality in Iran is death perhaps he meant “there aren’t any after we find them“.

    That they’re now hanging people who dispute an election result is especially scary when considered in this context: Ahmadinejad may soon claim with that same straight face that “there are no Mousavi supporters in Iran”.

  3. thefrollickingmole Says:

    VodkaBlogger

    Quite a change to see France and the EU leading on an issue like this. Good on Sarko for at least airing the issue.

    Ha! Unfortunately you might be right on the gay/Mousavi comparasin as well.
    Mixed feelings about him, he by no means a nice sounding bloke (to judge by some of his background), but if the people of Iran consider him a reformer Im happy to go with that.

    Bingbing, I sent a reply to Haussinger at her blog, it appears to have fallen foul of her moderation, I think shes a little uncomfortable with the attention shes managed to get.
    http://virginiahaussegger.blogspot.com/2009/06/ban-burka-27-june-2009.html#comments

    • Angus Dei Says:

      Remember, Mousavi was one of the Mullah-approved candidates, so he’s a scumbag, but one who has become something to rally around, for better or worse.

      Iran won’t be free until the Mullahs are hanged from lamp posts, and real elections are held. Frankly, I don’t see that happening any time soon.

    • bingbing Says:

      Yeah, just exactly how democratic can Iran claim to be when the Ayatollah vets all the candidates?

    • bingbing Says:

      Mole, what did you say? I see that post has brought most of our favourite Lefties out.

    • thefrollickingmole Says:

      I gave her the story of how 2 previously burkaed women at port hedland shocked their husbands by dressing “western” the day they were released. When the husbands went ape shit one of them told him “I am an Australian woman now, you cant tell me what to do”.

      I dont quite know why that story brough on a touch of the vapours over there, but she apparently moderated it out.

    • bingbing Says:

      Buggers me why she wouldn’t print that. Doesn’t it support her argument?

      Maybe she’s just busy and being slow on updating. I put in my 1c worth over an hour ago, and it isn’t up.

    • nilk Says:

      Frollicking, I also commented over at Haussegger’s blog and got through.

      I don’t moderate my comments, but she would have to, being in the meeja and all.

  4. thefrollickingmole Says:

    Maybe Im being a little harsh and the spamfilter or my computer ate the post, wouldnt be the first time….


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