Mir-Hossein Ahmadinejad


by Fred


One of the leaders of the Islamist branch of the Green Movement, the former two terms Prime Minister of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic has issued what is titled as “ a note on the Security Council resolution number 1929”.

In the “note” which added to his other such releases since last year’s murderous “election” fiasco would bring the grand total of notes to eighteen or nineteen, Mir-Hossein Mousavi in part says:

“We are convicted at a time when the peaceful use of nuclear technology is denied us while crimes in the occupied Palestinian lands and its nuclear weapons [sic] are casually overlooked.

Although we can not close our eyes to the effects of the adventurist policies [being pursued by Ahmadinejad], without any doubt this resolution is against out nation.”

In his “note” Mr. Mousavi has also proposed a “referendum” to be held on IRR’s nuclear program.

One point and three questions:

Apparently Mr. Mousavi has not read UNSC resolution 1929. It reaffirms Iran’s absolute ironclad right to the peaceful use of nuclear technology.

Question one, as both camps refer to mass murderer Khomeini’s time as “the golden era of Imam” and their positions on crucial issues seem identical, what specifically differentiates the positions taken by leaders of the Islamist branch of the Green Movement with those of the ruling Islamist cabal?  

Question two, since Mr. Mousavi believes he was cheated out of the “Presidency” through vote tampering, how and why would he trust the result of any “referendum”?

Lastly, why not advocating an internationally administered referendum to put the real question to popular vote to see if in the first place Iranians want IRR or not?



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Mien Führer

by Fred on

Once again mien Führer you are utilizing an Islamist tactic, but clumsily. Stating flawed presupposition as know fact to arrive at desired conclusion, in other words demagoguery.  But being you are too green, it is just too obvious.

Practice mien Führer, practice some more and do not skip class.


I'm trying to ignore your character assassination campaign


and focus on the things that show your true colors fred. It has worked. Thanks for playing.


Mien Führer

by Fred on

Nice try mien Führer, but again you are a tad bit clumsy in your Islamist tactics. Did you miss too many Islamist demagoguery classes?

The subject of the blog is your latest Islamist idol who is virtually indistinguishable from the other rabid Islamist, Ahmadinejad.

Your first comment was in defense of your newest Islamist idol, btw, you had another header for that comment which you Islamistly changed much later so it would not conflict with your later comments.

Ever since you got response to your first comment, you keep changing the subject and accusing me of doing so. The solution is for you not to skip your Islamist classes and be a better student, as is you are too green.  


What part dont you get fred?


People dont want sanctions, yet you, sitting comfortably outside Iran, are for them.

Sanctions hurt Iranians first and foremost, yet you claim it will topple the regime.

Sanctions have proven track record of not-working/ be used as pretext to harsher actions, yet you, try to minimize the threat it poses to iran's sovereignty and Iranians livelihoods by resorting to ad hominem attacks.

Again, who are you kidding Fred?


Mien Führer

by Fred on

Again like a good, albeit clumsy, Islamist you change the subject and accuse the other side of doing so.

And, you systematically call me names, but can’t take it when the favor is returned in the form of truth in labeling.

Sorry mien Führer, here in the sane world the rules of the game are quite different than those you are used to in IRR, get used to it.


My statement is anything but absurd


And your baseless name calling is not going to change the fact.

What is absurd is your arguments for supporting sanctions. It clearly defines where your loyalties lie. certainly not with the iranian people as it has been proven that a) they dont support sanctions b) sanctions harm Iranians foremost.


Mien Führer

by Fred on

“You cant call me baseless names in order to discredit me and try to change the subject.”

Mien Führer just take a look at your posts, the one below is a good example (before you changed the header), and then you might realize what an absurd statement you’ve just made. Only an Islamist can be so shameless.  

BTW, the response was on the subject you had raised, it might not fit your agenda, but on the subject it was.


Fredsy, I've got a question, please

by Marjaneh on

What are your thoughts on the NPT's clauses  not being uptodate with current technology (easier step now than in the 70's to go from uranium enrichment to building nukes)?

"I still have my own teeth. 'Just can't remember where I've put them."


Must be a record Fred


for the number of times you used your favorite word "Islamist" in post.

I stand by what I said. Sanctions are a pretext to war. It happened with Iraq and its happening with Iran. You cant call me baseless names in order to discredit me and try to change the subject.


Mien Führer

by Fred on

Mien Führer, in defense of your latest Islamist leader in part you say:

“It is the same sort of resolutions that was put on Iraq right before the war happened. This is what Mousavi is trying to say. That these resolutions are mere tools to weaken Iran for the inevitable war that is coming.”

Lets assume you are correct, and this nightmarish scenario is the case, who except your Islamist Rapist Republic including your latest Islamist idol is to blame?

Your IRR is a member of the United Nations, that international body’s Security Council has on number of occasions ordered IRR to stop its illegal nuke activities. Your IRR refuses to carryout orders which are enforceable international law.

I don’t know what goes on in your idol’s mind, apparently you do and that is understandable, it takes an Islamist to know an Islamist. But what is evident for all to see is your Islamist idol is saying what other Islamists including Ahmadinejad are saying.

Your people are once again inviting and daring a war to be brought on Iran and Iranians. The problem is this time around it will be a whole lot more devastating than the job rabid Saddam did on Iran.

 Don’t you Islamists ever get tired of sacrificing Iran and Iranians?

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FYI/Khatami and Mousavi meet, demand end to security atmosphere

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Good Luck ...


Meeting Conclusion:

"At the end, the former president, Seyyed Mohammad Khatami, and the former prime minister, Mir Hossein Mousavi, emphasized that what should be paid attention to by all, is being vigilant against the internal and external conspiracies and threats, and insisting on the rational demands and expectations, and moving forward within the boundaries of the constitution; and God willing, we will witness the return of everyone to the principles of the Islamic Revolution, the principles of the constitution and the high aspirations of the noble people of Iran."

I Repeat For Clarity as to where Our PreeeeeeeZideeeeeeeent Elect Stands:

"God willing, we will witness the return of everyone to the principles of the Islamic Revolution, the principles of the constitution and the high aspirations of the noble people of Iran."




Apparently YOU did not read the resolution.


It is the same sort of resolutions that was put on Iraq right before the war happened. This is what Mousavi is trying to say. That these resolutions are mere tools to weaken Iran for the inevitable war that is coming.


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Lieberman cites a recent set of sanctions passed by Congress against Iran as a potential deterrent. But he insists that the goal of keeping Iran from becoming a nuclear power will be accomplished "through diplomatic and economic sanctions if we possibly can, through military actions if we must."

The Connecticut senator spoke Wednesday in Jerusalem, where he was visiting with fellow senators John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

Israel, the U.S. and other Western countries accuse Iran of trying to develop an atomic weapon. Iran says its nuclear program is for civilian use.


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David Jaan I thought it was PreeeeeZideeeeeeent Moussavi ? ;0)

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Any photos of his Republican cirmcumcision ?

SATIRE: I voted ;0)

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