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Tag Archives: Iran
The White House’s website is blocked in Iran while mine is open for viewing there. What’s the difference? My site isn’t based on lies.
Was Iran’s space monkey launch a scam? Saddam Hussein, Baghdad Bob, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad… all of these guys talked a lot of shit. Now we have a rocket that reportedly took off but was not seen landing, … Continue reading
Occupy Oakland protester Mark Mason whines about the oppressive, free speech-muting tactics of the police on Iran’s Press TV. Obviously Mason’s forgotten about the Iranian government’s violent crackdown on peaceful protesters. I wonder how they’d handle the Occupy movement?
Iran Missile Drill Results Exaggerated, Images Photoshopped Arrogant Iranians + cloning tool = amateurs
At the First International Conference on Global Fight against Terrorism in Tehran, former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney claimed the United States is rooted in lies, injustice, and war on Iranian television. I hope former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney doesn’t think she’s missed.
I’ve always laughed (to hide how totally annoyed I am) at activists who claim punishment for the guilty is “cruel” while ignoring the horror and pain the victim endures. Fury at Iran’s ‘eye-for-an-eye’ acid punishment as sentence is branded ‘cruel … Continue reading
What would you say if a nation well known for their legal mistreatment of women (including beatings, stoning, honor killings, etc.) is now on an international commission on the status of women? You might think it was a joke. Then … Continue reading
The American administration has turned their backs on Iranian election fraud protesters, the innocent are being prosecuted to send a message, and the United States will negotiate with tyrants. Change we can believe in.
There was a time, not too long ago, when we witnessed human rights violations, our administrations would start with strong language, and later back them up with economic actions. Remember South Africa? However, we now have an administration that won’t … Continue reading