Iran: "Death to America, Death to da Jooozzz, Death to Britain…"



Atlas Shrugs:

Defying Islamic terror regime, Fierce Clashes on Tehran streets, Iranians protesters are met with tear gas, batons, water cannons

The semiofficial Fars News Agency and other news media outlets are also reporting that one person was killed and two were injured when a bomb exploded near a shrine to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

The assclowns at the NY TImes trot out the colonialism canard. How tired and leftist they are. Here, the NY Crimes pitches the evil Khamanei’s propaganda.

6a00d8341c60bf53ef0115713379a7970b-500wiToday’s rally  in Teheran

* Mousavi or the poison clown? I’ rootin’ for both sides... sheik yer’mami

LONDON — When Ayatollah Ali Khamenei used his speech at Friday Prayer in Tehran to denounce Britain as “the most evil” ofIran’s enemies, he was striking a chord with a deep resonance in the psyche of Iranians, the legacy of a long history of British imperial intrusions into their country’s affairs.

And worse, they give cover to a weak and degenerate American President:

Like Mr. Obama, Mr. Brown seemed determined not to give the Iranian leadership the excuse of foreign meddling to justify a crackdown on the protesters filling the streets of Iranian cities.


‘Movement by the people, for the people’-  

The following letter from an Iranian student was received by The Jerusalem Post via a professor at a leading American university with close ties to Iran:

There are rallies every day… organized by word of mouth from one event to the other, and then by phone calls, and strangers just telling you to show up as they pass you by or as you are waiting behind red lights. Yesterday, it was supposed to be from Enghelab to Azadi, but it literally started at Emam Hossein Sq. (Fooziyeh) and spread all the way to Ekabatan. The number of protesters should be estimated in the millions. They were from every layer of society.

Southern Teheranis, Northern rich kids, Chaadoris, Ghertis, Hizbullahi, young, old, kids, etc. A huge sample of the Iranian nation, with all its diversity, was there, determined to make a change. They feel betrayed and insulted

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* Iran Tells Canada to “Stay Out” of Their Politics: Canada Tells Iran to Go Fuck Itself, “We Will Continue to Promote Democracy and Challenge You on Human Rights”…

* Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Sternly Warns Protesters to Stay Off Streets, Blames Crisis on da Jooooos…



My updates from Iran

Neutrality Isn’t an Option
You always have a dog in the fight, whether you know it or not.

By Mark Steyn

The polite explanation for Barack Obama’s diffidence on Iran is that he doesn’t want to give the mullahs the excuse to say the Great Satan is meddling in Tehran’s affairs. So the president’s official position is that he’s modestly encouraged by the regime’s supposed interest in investigating some of the allegations of fraud. Also, he’s heartened to hear that OJ is looking for the real killers. “You’ve seen in Iran,” explained President Obama, “some initial reaction from the Supreme Leader that indicates he understands the Iranian people have deep concerns about the election . . . ”       

“Supreme Leader”? I thought that was official house style for Barack Obama at Newsweek and MSNBC. But no. It’s also the title held by Ayatollah Khamenei for the last couple of decades. If it sounds odd from the lips of an American president, that’s because none has ever been as deferential in observing the Islamic republic’s dictatorial protocol. Like President Obama’s deep, ostentatious bow to the king of Saudi Arabia, it signals a fresh start in our relations with the Muslim world, “mutually respectful” and unilaterally fawning.







And how did it go down? At Friday prayers in Tehran, Ayotollah Khamenei attacked “dirty Zionists” and “bad British radio” (presumably a reference to the BBC’s Farsi news service rather than the non-stop Herman’s Hermits marathon on Supergold Oldies FM). “The most evil of them all is the British government,” added the supreme leader, warming to his theme. The crowd, including President Ahmadinelandslide and his cabinet, chanted, “Death to the U.K.”

Her Majesty’s Government brought this on themselves by allowing their shoot-from-the-lip prime minister to issue saber-rattling threats like: “The regime must address the serious questions which have been asked about the conduct of the Iranian elections.”

Fortunately, President Obama was far more judicious. And in return, instead of denouncing him as “evil” and deploring the quality of his radio programming, Ayatollah Khamenei said Obama’s “agents” had been behind the protests: “They started to cause riots in the street, they caused destruction, they burnt houses.” But that wasn’t all the Great Satin did. “What is the worst thing to me in all this,” sighed the supreme leader, “are comments made in the name of human rights and freedom and liberty by American officials . . . What? Are you serious? Do you know what human rights are?”

And then he got into specifics: “During the time of the Democrats, the time of Clinton, 80 people were burned alive in Waco. Now you are talking about human rights?”

It’s unclear whether the “Death to the U.K.” chanters switched at this point to “Democrats lied, people fried.” But you get the gist. The President of the United States can make nice to His Hunkalicious Munificence the Supremely Supreme Leader of Leaders (Peace Be Upon Him) all he wants, but it isn’t going to be reciprocated.

There’s a very basic lesson here: For great powers, studied neutrality isn’t an option. Even if you’re genuinely neutral. In the early nineties, the attitude of much of the west to the disintegrating Yugoslavia was summed up in the brute dismissal of James Baker that America didn’t have a dog in this fight. Fair enough. But over in the Balkans junkyard the various mangy old pooches saw it rather differently. And so did the Muslim world, which regarded British and European “neutrality” as a form of complicity in mass murder. As Osama bin Laden put it:

The British are responsible for destroying the Caliphate system. They are the ones who created the Palestinian problem. They are the ones who created the Kashmiri problem. They are the ones who put the arms embargo on the Muslims of Bosnia so that two million Muslims were killed.

How come a catalogue of imperial interventions wound up with that bit of scrupulous non-imperial non-intervention? Because great-power “even-handedness” will invariably be received as a form of one-handedness by the time its effects are felt on the other side of the world. Western “even-handedness” on Bosnia was the biggest single factor in the radicalization of European Muslims. They swarmed to the Balkans to support their coreligionists and ran into a bunch of Wahhabi imams moving into the neighborhood with lots of Saudi money and anxious to fill their Rolodex with useful contacts in the west. Among the alumni of that conflict was the hitherto impeccably assimilated English public (ie, private) schoolboy and London School of Economics student who went on to behead the Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Pearl. You always have a dog in the fight, whether you know it or not.

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7 thoughts on “Iran: "Death to America, Death to da Jooozzz, Death to Britain…"”

  1. A spine-chilling sight. The many thousands of mohammedans pictured at the protest rally in Tehran. Only a fraction of the mohammedan population.

    Look at the mass of moslems in the photograph. Imagine each of them breeding. Producing 8, 9, 10 or more – each! Then imagine the hundreds of thousands of moslems not shown in the photograph.

    A good example is our own Aussie moslem, Keysar Trad. He fathered 9 with his first wife. It has been reported that he has embarked on a new romance. Taxpayers might soon be supporting more little Trads.

    Islam – an odious cult.

    1. Yes Izzla, you do have a point there.

      Are you aware of the fact that the population of Iran has almost quadrupled since the ‘Islamic revolution’ 30 years ago?

  2. Izzla-mo Fo’bik,
    Is my suspicion correct that Keysar Trad doesn’t actually work (in the sense of contributing to Australia) and that effectively the taxpayer is funding this Shyster.

  3. There is a huge percentage under thirty..this will be true in most muslim countries. An Iranian friend told me that many iranian muslims are ‘pretend muslims’…they are only muslim out of fear . Also, there is abig problem with young repressed , depressed people taking drugs..Heroin I think.

  4. Muslims have now a significant number of children in comparison to other groups in Europe. The real fun will start in 20 years or so – which is why any action to prevent control from passing to these invaders must begin soon.

    The birthrate of Iran is not exceptional in the muslim world – and it is a significant part of the reason why so many are trying to get into Europe – limited resources – limited everything except islam. Well, if that is so why dont they stay home!

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