Yesterday Iran announced that it would participate in the 2012 London Olympics, despite its earlier strong objection to the odious Zionist promotion implied by the Olympics logo, //www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12724166. However, the Iranian government has not indicated any change of mind on its couple-of-weeks-old interpretation of the more-than-3-years-old logo. The subtle steps involved in correctly deciphering the malevolently-encoded logo are depicted in this animation:
This processing may be thought of as reordering, resegmentation and reorientation of the image components. The first insight is to resist the Zionist temptation to read the logo from left to right in the top row and then similarly in the bottom row, and train your about-to-be-unwashed brain to read top to bottom as it scans left to right. Once the first step is taken, the inexorable logic cannot be avoided even by the feeblest of minds. The clouds are lifted and it becomes clear as a sunny day in the hedonistic Island of Kish that what would have otherwise appeared as a partially-occluded "2" at the end of this loco logo, in fact consists of a deviously-misplaced dot and an "N" that is counter-maliciously-clockwise rotated by 90 unholy degrees. With the i dotted and the n flipped, the proverbial t is now crossed by Tehran; masterful manipulation has fully exposed the subliminal "Zion," thereby rendering it ineffectual.
Lets now test how well we have processed the above lessons by taking the following quiz. Take a glance at a valid IRI passport, such as those that will be prouldly presented to the unsuspecting servants of the old British fox by the throngs of Iranians that now have cuase to descend upon the next Olympics venue. Turn to any of the last 35 pages of it and you will see the page numbering as shown at the bottom of the above image, encased ("11" in this example) in two Zionist Stars of David. Other instances of such six-point stars appear on the inside of the front cover of the passport as one enclosing the "Allah" emblem of the IRI flag, as at the top left of the above image, and one at the center of the same page, which is highlighted (by the author) in black at the top right of the above image, and similar depictions on the inside of the back cover (but without the "Allah" emblem). In fact, other intricate Islamic motifs throughout the passport (not shown here) can be treated as visual puzzles in which creative renditions of the six-point star are embedded. In light of the above lessons in image processing and political counter-manipulation, how do you explain these seemingly-ubiquitous portrayals of the main Zionist emblem at the rate of about 2 per page (both front and back) in an IRI passport?
An indication that you are not on the right track would be to suggest that the hexagram is shared by many supernatural ideologies, including Islam (//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexagram). But show people the above images from the IRI passport as a multiple-choice question with Iran and Israel among the options, and see how often each answer is picked by either Muslims or non-Muslims. Compare that to the number of people who interpreted the "2012" logo as the cursed "Zion" before the IRI's pattern recognition experts outed it.
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