Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Iranian People Caught Between Islamic Fascism and Islamic Communism

As we watch with a closed eye and listen with a deaf ear to the news coming out of Iran in the past few weeks, the Iranian people are trapped between a rock and a hard place... caught between radical Islamic fascism and Islamic communists.
Not a pretty place to be situated as Aryamehr points out in his latest entry...

"The following is a recent communique by the Communist Party of Iran. The reason I am posting this communique by a known treasonous and terrorist organisation (link 1, link 2) - given their past armed activities and vicious untrue propaganda against the Iranian Government pre-1979 and finally participation in the foreign-instigated coup against the Iranian state in 1979, in which they gave full backing to the reactionary and backward islamic zealot Ayatollah Khomeini."
Mousavi only represents the opportunity to rise up... he is not the answer to their prayers (or ours) by any stretch...

"In regards to Mousavi, this is a person that was involved in establishing this terrorist and criminal Islamic Republic, held the post of PM during the provoked war with Iraq which cost hundreds of thousands of Iranian lives, and which during the same period a massacre of political prisoners took place under his direct leadership. The current friction between the two principally selected candidates in the Islamic Republic (Mousavi & Ahmadinejad) represents nothing more than a clan war, a mafia war, between two factions of the same system who are vying to have the greatest amount of power. Mousavi being the opportunist he is, capitalized on Ahmadinejad's extreme unpopularity amongst the populace by playing the "reformist card" - as an alternative to the status quo. The same card was played by the Islamic Republic's smiling oppressor Mullah Khatami - in which miniscule superficial changes did take place, which seemed to please a small portion of society that had been living in the dark since the inception of this hell-sent regime, however the oppression and killing of innocent freedomseekers continued unrepentantly."

"My opinion regarding the recent unrest is that after 30 years Iranians have taken this opportunity to show the world their rejection of this system that has been oppressing them by using Mousavi as a pretext to carry out these mass-demonstrations, thus giving them some degree of protection (since he is part of the regime) - however as we have witnessed no such pretexts sit well with the Islamic Republic's ultimate decisionmaker - the "Supreme Leader" Ayatollah Khameini."

"A criminal like Mir-Hossein Mousavi is NOT our leader!"

Read the FULL ENTRY at Aryamehr Iranian Democracy Blog.


Blogger Otter said...

Hmmmm....makes you wonder which one would be worse.

10:36 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Maybe our fearless leader will pick one... tough call for Him though, he had Islamic teachings early in life then later surrounded himself with communists and the like... prolly' 'splains why he's silent as a mouse on the issue of the Iranian people and freedumm and such.

12:09 PM  

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