The posting of little Mahsa’s video clip in which she bluntly articulates her criticism of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, has ruffled some feathers labeling it as child abuse. I am of the contrary opinion and here are few of my reasons:
1- When a human being is subjected to blatant injustice, it is only natural to expect a reaction.
2- To afford staying alive under the rule of IRR, Iranians are forced to have two separate and distinct lives, one inside the home and another outside. In such situations there is no way of getting around not instructing the child in the nitty gritty of life under IRR, if for nothing else as a survival necessity.
3-IRR has failed to indoctrinate the so called children of the revolution, those Iranians born after the Revolution. Not only it has failed in that regard, it has failed to brainwash the children of the children of the Revolution as well.
4-When a regime subjects the people, young and old, to constant diet of fear and repression, when public hanging, maiming and lashing is never ending and when national TV network broadcasts hanging, expecting a child to remain a child is a tall order.
5- Mahsa is not alone, the barbaric policies of Islamist Rapists have produced countless Mahsas, IRR has only itself and its savage dogma to blame.
The ultimate tragedy is, thanks to IRR, just to survive Iranian children have to bypass the innocence of childhood.
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