To: A CA Guy
My eyes, and Iranian voters tell us they want terrorist in power.
Were you on this thread much during the so-called "election" in Iran?
I believe at this point the story of friendly Iranians who love America and wanting change in their government to either be a total rumor or an extreme minority of people.
Or just maybe, every time they attempt a change they get the living he!! beat out of them. Iran is NOT America where every nut job in the country can threaten a revolution, storm the WH and do their stupid dance in the street. Did you read this?
Islamic regime's security forces attacked Iranian celebrators/demonstrators in several cities by beating brutally women and especially young kids using clubs, chains and even knives have been used by foreign speaking militiamen.
You may be reading the WaComPost too much.
posted on 03/15/2006 11:08:05 PM PST
by Just A Nobody
(NEVER AGAIN - Support our troops. I *LOVE* my attitude problem! Beware the Enemedia.)
#1 The results of the elections says they like terrorist in power.
#2 The Christian Iranian born person I know who went back there last year said it was extremely radicalized compared to his visits years before.
I accept the results of an election and the observations of an American who was born in Iran who was recently there over the banter on these threads any day.
I don't see anything in Iran that backs up any of this hope that some inside force is going to take over the government and play nice with us.
Don't hold your breath.
I like everyone else though would gladly welcome a good result regarding Iran.
posted on 03/15/2006 11:25:03 PM PST
by A CA Guy
(God Bless America, God bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)
The MSM reports I have been seeing of the Festival of Fire celebrations simply said the *people had been killed*, leaving the impression that they died only by trying to jump over bonfires.
If not for the student's website and the postings of Iran-watchers here on FR, I would have no idea that there is any real dissent inside Iran.
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