And, it seems, that the Iranian people, after taking casualties, are now beginning to inflict them. Although not in the mainstream media, the Iranian resistance and uprising is very real.Originally Posted by Thomas Jefferson
Ahmadinejad's opponent in the last election, Seyad Mousavi, has now been disappeared, and he has most likely been murdered by the Mullahs. The Bah'ai' 7 are still languishing in prison, while the Mullahs attempt to execute them for the crime of practicing their religion, and the Basij, the Mullahs' morality police, are killing Iranian civilians by the score.
Now the people are fighting back. Check out these videos, posted on The Daily Beast.
When religion marries the state, the result is always the same - Tyranny. We saw it in the Spanish Inquisition, when Jews and other "non believers" were tortured to death. We saw it in Salem, Massechussets, when witches were executed. We saw it in the Old South, when black voters were lynched by the KKK. We have seen it, over the ages, in myriad places around the world. And now we see it in Iran, which is controlled by yet another group of religious fanatics, whose prescription for those who don't accept THEIR VERSION of Allah is death.
It didn't stand in Spain. It didn't stand in Salem. It didn't stand in the Old South. It didn't stand anyplace else. And it certainly won't stand in Iran. Death to the Mullahs. So says Thomas Jefferson, who understood that, sometimes, it takes death and violence to throw off the yoke of oppression. These Mullahs are not Godly. They are the Devil's spawn, and the sooner they are dead and buried, the better.
Now here's an idea - Instead of threatening to bomb Iran, why not just give guns to it's enslaved population, who would put them to excellent use? Meanwhile, enjoy this picture of the Mullahs' henchmen getting the crap kicked out of them.
Iran - You rock. Now finish the job, and kill those SOBs - Every damn last one of them. The words of Thomas Jefferson aren't just for Americans. They are universal. Water the tree, and water it well.