If, and that is a big if, the news of casualties are to be believed, Yesterday’s demonstration against IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, was a success.
No, the success was not in the numbers of Iranians braving certain Islamist savagery which typically includes raping of men, women and children, among others. The success was in the Islamist Rapists murdered only a handful, no exact number is available, of Iranians and not tens of them as they usually do at a single event.
Now is the time for the Islamist faction of the Green Movement to pat their selves on the back for the job well done. And start writing articles and giving interviews about how Iranian people want their Islamist faction to win the turf war and are willing to sacrifice their lives in doing so.
However, the nagging question will not go away. What is the difference between the two Islamist factions?
The Islamist “reformers” and the ruling Islamist faction both strongly believe in the constitution of IRR, want to abide by it, work within it and make the regime “impervious to overthrow.”
Both factions venerate the mass murderer “Imam” Khomeini, and while the Islamist “reformers” faction advocate retune to the “golden era of the Imam”, the ruling faction is Islamistly more progressive and wants to add the newest “Imam” Khamenei to the hall of IRR veneration.
So, why do the Iranians have to die for these basically similar goals of the Islamist Rapists, “reformers’ and all?