Monday, June 15, 2009

Video of shooting



Shame on the United States government for not supporting the Iranian people. Shame on Obama! Shameful...

Updated: Azarmehr thinks it is all over for the regime. Let's hope so!

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very Disturbing Indeed! Where is the outrage from the US government? I am ashamed over the seeming lack of interest.

Anonymous said...

You will not see any outrage from the Obama Administration because he is too busy finding ways to gutting American souls. My heart goes out to the Iranian people.

Matt said...

I agree sadly with the above post, the Obama administration is to busy trying to trick the U.S. into becoming what Iran is fighting against.

Urban Infidel said...

Interesting reading:

The Election that Wasn't (FrontPage Magazine)
A very candid interview with a former political prisoner in Iran, who explains what really happened during the country's recent sham election.
http://www.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.aspx?ARTID=35227

Louise said...

Obama finally said something.

Rosemary said...

I already called the White House, the Senate, and the Congress and kind of lost it. I screamed at them to get out and have a press conference, support the Iranian people, condemn the regime for killing people. The people deserve to know we support them.

Does Obama hate George Bush so much that he cannot remember the Accountability act sign by Congress? ARGGHHH. I'm angry. Yet, I am still hopeful.

Somehow I think the people know their message IS getting out. This is a good thing. A very good thing. Screw the gov'ts!

Rosemary said...

PS. Your PayPal isn't working. Can you e-mail your address or a PO Box?

Sally said...

Just found your blog via Hugh Hewitt, so glad for your voice!!

saggezard said...

There are reports of five students killed at Tehran University last night as well as up to two hundred students arrested and moved to an known location.

Today at least two confirmed deaths in demonstrations and dozens injured by live ammunition in Tehran. At least one dead in Isfahan by live amo. Tabriz and Mashad has unconfirmed deaths. In Ahvaz heavy confrontation between armed public and armed IRI uniformed and plain clothes intelligence officers. Babol university surrounded and ransacked by riot police who were confirmed by students as Palestinians and Lebanese who could only spoke Arabic to the protesters. In Tehran, at fifteen IRGC and Basij members felt impulsion to join and aid protesters, they were all arrested and moved to undisclosed location.

Anonymous said...

Heard you in Chgo on Hugh Hewitt's show! Great work!
Ozero is too busy playing magician with 3 card monte and trying to sell yet one more plan-this time to docs while visiting his hometown.

Anonymous said...

If you expect any support from the Obama government, you will probably have to wait about 444 days. (Does anyone remember?) Do not be discouraged. The many Americans who don't have access to the microphones at MSM are cheering for your success.

Louise said...

I just heard your comments on Hugh Hewitt. Looks like you got some well deserved attention, Winston. I hope you are getting some sleep.

Louise said...

Yes, Anon, I do remember the 444 days.

saggezard said...

The same people who have been terrorizing the world are killing people in plain view of cameras.

In the video, if you look closely at the sign below the AK47 wielding gunman you will see the building sign which reads:

"Division 117 of Ashura,
Basij Special Resistance District of Quds"

Also visible is the emblem of Hizbullah used worldwide which was founded by the regime.

scarlett said...

America does care and is concerned - If Obama were to get in the middle like GWB would have done one side or the other would hate us. If another country tried to intervene in our elections we would all be up in arms. I do believe there will be something stated today to show Obama's standing - which he feels and has stated the election was rigged.

We have to make sure - for the world - we don't set off a nuclar missle. That's why they call it diplomacy.....

Prayers for a free Iran!

Anonymous said...

Americans who live in the land of the free & the brave pray that justice will win out for you who are speaking out. And I don't consider Chicago to be BHO's hometown --- it is only a place he came to hone his skills.