Tuesday, August 29, 2006

US visa for a murderer

I am very angry, disappointed at the news out of Bush's government that the State Department will go ahead and definitely issue the US entry permit for former president Khatami of Iran. (VOA News confirms it).

On one hand a US anti-terror official calls Iran "the central banker of terror" and on the other hand, the same government this man works for, issues visa for the former head of the central bank of terror. I just ask the US officials a simple question: Don't you work with each other?

This is f**king disgusting and hypocritical...

Some times, I think Bush may know he can't do a shit about the mullahs of Iran at this time and now he is trying to get the so-called reformists (اسهال طلبان) to do some thing about the entire mess, which is the regime he has to deal with. Evidence is that every single moderate and regime agents from Akbar Ganji to former MPs are now in Washington D.C sucking up on Americans' tax money and wasting our time in confronting the nasty Islamic regime. Yet again, millions of Iranians want nothing but a change in the form of regime not just bunch of ex-hostage takers, thieves and murderers disguised as nice reformers.

We want regime change, nothing short of it would satisfy us. You go ahead with reformers, we will go ahead with our regime change. You will be sorry for the support you are giving to freaking moderates of this bloody regime.

10 comments:

Sina said...

This is a fucking joke mate.I am really disappointed.I don't really know what they're thinking,do they really think Khatami is an opposition leader or what? Is he gonna help the process of democracy?Yeah right!

Azadeh said...

The U.S. policy toward Iran is really misleading, confusing and sending countradicting messages to Iranian people. It has not integrity or consistency and is very harmful to the true democratic movement in Iran.

this lack of inconsitency and clear goals lead to the mess we all witness in Iraq. Moqtada sadr is still commanding his army and seems nobody can do a shit about it! very appalling!

Goesh said...

The trade-off is being able to pick his brain, so to speak, over his intimate knowledge of many key players in the current regime - that for a bad PR hit over allowing him in.

Aryamehr said...

Hope Iranians in the U.S. can show the WORLD what they think about Khatami once he arrives...not like previous demonstrations where only a few hundred show up but THE REAL THING!

Amir said...

You want regime-change, you should go ahead with it yourself. If you want the US to do a regime-change for you, it will be accompanied by a gene-change as well (I hope you know what I mean). I don't want to see Iran to be another Iraq. I don't want to see my family/friends dying of double or tripple cancer due to the radiation of depleted uranium.
If you want a regime change, you should be a man and do it yourself. You think US will do it for YOU? Yeah right!

Winston said...

WE WANT REGIME CHANGE... it is not just me, dude!

Chester said...

When will the State Dept issue a visa for Castro?

Sina said...

To Amir:

Yeah right,Iranians can never change a regime on their own.They need help,like Iraqis did.If islamist fighters who are not even Iraqi kill people on a daily basis,You cannot blame the US and the UK for the current situation.
The casualities of the war itself was very very low.
If you don't want a regime change it means you are happy with the current regime.If you think your family is safe now,there are Milions of families out there who are not and are suffering every single day.Women who are awaiting to be stoned aren't safe either.Want more examples???????
moreover Iran will be never like Iraq.iranain freedom lovers inside Iran are more pro-western than anyone else in the Middle East,of course apart from some hypocrites in the US and Canada.

Peace out

Sherry said...

US govt does alot of things it's own citizens doesn't like.

Anonymous said...

Why would anyone expect consistency from the US government? Democracy is the most inconsistent form of government, and the US is by far the most inconsistent of all democracies. We have the option to change our president every four years, and are required by our own laws to change presidents every eight. The only way the US could present a consistent message is to replace our government with a dictator, or maybe a shadowy cabal that ruthlessly kept the people in line while allowing a succession of figureheads to lead... kind of like the Iranian government, come to think of it.

You want consistency, stability? Then you don't want democracy.