Thursday, April 13, 2006

The Iranian Circus Of Death!

Remember the second "Planet of the Apes" movie, where the humans find an underground church where mutants held services to reverently worship an atomic bomb ("Glory be to the Bomb, and to the Holy Fallout. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be. World without end. Amen.") ? Well hold onto your hats, and fast foward (or rewind, from the year 3955) to modern-day Iran, as it announced the successful enrichment of uranium:

Ahmadinejad made his announcement at a nationally televised ceremony clearly aimed at drumming up popular Iranian support. He addressed an audience that included top military commanders and clerics in an ornate hall in one of Iran’s holiest cities, Mashhad.
Before he spoke, screens on the stage showed footage of nuclear facilities and scientists at work. A troupe in traditional costumes danced, waving vials said to contain yellowcake — purified uranium — that were to be kept at a shrine in the city.

Iranian artists perform as they hold up samples of enriched uranium after Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s speeche in Mashad, April 11, 2006.

Remember what happens to that A-bomb, and the world, in the "Apes" sequel? Keep that in mind....

And while we are speaking of twisted imagry,
Atlas Shrugged points out how Iran, up for a seat on the UN Human Rights Council, actually treats humans in their country...and does someone on the left want to explain to the woman below that being stoned to death under Sharia decree is all part of the wonderful multicultural experience ?

Three heads in a basket...and where's Amnesty? At Gitmo, you say?

In America, gays call "repression" if they can't obtain the right to marry each other. See the above; note Iranian gays are being hung for the crime of This "repression" word, I do not think it means what you think it means....

The only thing crazier than the current state of events in Iran are the calls that we sit back, wait, watch, and do nothing as this horrorshow unfolds...

1 comment:

The probligo said...

With respect to the photos, just remind me again -

How many people did the USA kill last year in the name of "justice"?

Irrespective of the methods used, were those killings any less horrific than those you portray?

How do you rationalise the difference between the two? The USA is civilised?

Yeah, right!