Saturday, April 19, 2008

These men sicken me


but as long as my country is threatened, sanctioned and isolated, I will be standing with them.

16 comments:

Naj said...

they are taking a vote!

RickB said...

I think someone just asked- Who farted?

Naj said...

well that is usually the kind of vote there people "ex"ert!

Hydra said...

And the fact that you and I choose to "stand with them" is the very reason they push towards confrontation, just like their neo-conservative counterparts in Washington. I think it's essential to remain critical of both camps, under all circumstances. Sanctions affect the Iranian people, but so does the politics of escalation these neocons exercise in Tehran. The US should back off, so we can deal with these animals ourselves.

Anon-Paranoid said...

Hi naj...

Been lurking mostly as I felt the heat of burn out hitting me again so not been doing much lately.

Fuhrer Bush and now General Betrayus is beating the War Drum and blaming Iran for all sorts of shit that is not true.

I think a confrontation of some kind is coming soon and I fear that no one will do anything to stop it.

Continue to inform and enlighten the rest of the World about the beauty of your country.

Take care and ...


God Bless.

David said...

Isn't that Rafsanjani sitting next to Ahmadinejad? I thought those two hated each other. So what, are they now working together?

Naj said...

Hydra, ditto!
Anon, always good to see you.
David, didn't Rumsfeld and Powell sit together?

MarcLord said...

I'm somewhat thankful to not have to live under this group of wackos, but only somewhat. Citizens desire many things of their leaders, but the first should be victory. They've played their game flawlessly against Israel, Iraq, and the US under the Bush Doctrine, making no errors in that time. I can hardly say the same for my leaders.

Had they been similar idiotic hotheads, they already would've inflamed Iraq in order to expel the US at the cost of Iran's longer-term stability. They've consistently showed a diabolical cunning tempered by wisdom and restraint, and history will probably remember them as brilliant, direct victors over the US after beating its proxies, Rezah Pahlevi and Saddam Hussein, in succession.

Naj said...

Marc,

Yes, these are the enemies that I respect!

Although, my mother HATES me for singing the same praise as you did :))

JollyRoger said...

There is no way I can stand with the moronic monkey anymore, no matter what the circumstances are. He has killed to many of my countrymen and proven himself to be by far the most dangerous threat to the United States that exists in the world today.

If another crisis befalls us, the FIRST thing we have to do is get the monkey out of the way, if there is to be any hope for us at all.

Monte said...

Good post - so hard for neocons to understand, who are unwilling to see nations as other than monolithic, I guess. I posted it at my Clipmarks page.

Aardvark EF-111B said...

[[but as long as my country is threatened, sanctioned and isolated, I will be standing with them.]]

exactly how Bush re-elected at 2004

Naj said...

JR,

The big difference between your Monkey and our monkey is that yours is powerful; ours is cunning!

Yours has dragged your country under water; ours has kept it afloat.

Yours is not "openly" fascist, ours is!

Also, the power in Iran really IS distributed between these 6 men in the picture, each representing an independent and equally yucky faction, but we take comfort that they are at each other's throat!

In your country power is in the hand of only one group: the capitalists!

MarcLord said...

Jolly Roger,

you think Ahmadenijad is the most dangerous threat to the United States, and that if he's removed from power, Iran will turn into America's Little Buddy? Neither of these propositions seem very likely.

Larry said...

Bush and his Devils sicken me and I could not support their poverty ridden, war-loving agendas.

Naj said...

Marc,
JR was talking about Bush.

Larry,
It's because of Bush (and the Israel Lobby) that we are stuck with the men in the picture. Without Bush, we would have had already reformed these idiots into better looking mullahs ;)