New Year. New Executions. Last year there were more than 200 pulic executions in the hell hole known as the Islamic Republic of Iran. Nothing new. There is nothing new in the barbarity of the Islamic Republic.
Two youths Ali Reza Mafiha and Ali Savari were taken to a park and a noose was strung around their neck pleading with their executors for mercy. Their crime: a petty robbery of 40,000 rials and for assaulting their victim with a knife. The IR has crossed a new rubicon. Before th regime used to hang people because it was alleged that those executed were drug pushers, rapists and murders. Now they are targetting petty criminals in an effort to restore law and order while the crimianls in the regime steel millions of dollars and at most get a jail sentence. The names Shahram Jazayeri Arab, an Iranian playboy charlatan who bank rolled criminals in the IR parliament and embezzler gets a luxury prison suite.
But thats not what I want to talk about. Look at the photo Something caught my eye of the horrific picture of Aliraza Mafiha being hosited up in the air by a crane which reinforced why we actually need sanctions: The Japanese made Super Z290 crane manufactured by the Tadano company is a sophisticated industrial equipment used for a barbaric purpose by one the world's leadeing Terrorist regimes. Fortunately, Tadano has ceased all trade with the Terrorist Islamic Republic as of 2011 but would all those who are opposed to sanctions now say that it is wrong? NIAC, the dirty mouthpiece of the Islamic Republic in the USA would want us to continue exporting these equipment to Iran which are used to stangle humans with a flick of a swith or push of a button on a remote control. Tadano should be shown these pictures again and to be warned that it must never again engage in any trading activities with this vile murderous regime.
The hapless pair Mafiha and Savari were convicted based on a CCTV camera image which showed them mugging their random victim and taking off with his brief case. Another example of modern technology used to justify barbaric disgusting crimes. According to the Guardian newspaper the IR morality police wants to install the same surveillance cameras in Iran's coffee shops, the only public place where most young people hang out and socialise. The reason is obvious: to spy on more people and give an excuse to the Terrorist occupiers ruling Iran to arrest and send more young people to prison and detention centres like Kahzirk. Is there any other country in the world where the state authority insists that cameras be installed in coffee shops and to demand that the owner provide video recordings?
The question is not whether sanctions should be enforced but how tougher we can make them. We must squeeze this evil Terrorist regime of every opportunity to torture, arrest and kill our Iranian compatriots.
DEATH TO THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC. CONDEMN IT. FIGHT IT. DESTROY IT. FREE IRAN.