Saturday, August 1, 2009

Repressive Regime

As much as I would like to be sorry for the regime reformers who stood trial in the court today in Tehran admitting to their so-called mistakes and guilt, I feel that they brought this upon themselves by being part of a repressive regime. These reformers were/are the ones who made naive Iranians believe that their regime is reformable, that participating in elections will result in a softer, gentler Islamic theocracy. Well, we saw where their efforts went today: Right down the toilet hole of the regime. This regime was never into reforming itself. Day by day, it got more radical and dangerous. I hope this serves as a lesson to those who still think this vicious regime can be reformed slowly. These trials are just like the Great Purge in the Soviet Union and yes they are sham but no trial in this regime has ever been true and based on any acceptable norm of providing justice. This regime has held sham trial for millions of Iranians since 1979. I am not surprised at all, nor I can be sorry for these morons. They are part of this regime and they should deal with it.

The best solution to put an end to the pain and suffering of millions of Iranians is what we on the regime change side have always said: Total removal of this mad regime for good. No more Islamic Republic.

Pictures from sham trial & More pictures & Several more images from the trial of the reformist wing members of the regime.

One funny thing happened during the sham trial, prosecutors read a long list of accusations against the state reformers. It's believed that the list and accusations are prepared by none other than the famous Iranian regime agent Hossein Derakhshan aka Hoder who went to Iran months ago and is probably in jail now. Like I said, I want to feel sorry for these reformist morons but I can't. They're and were part of this very same regime. I hope they see the results of working for a regime that has no mercy for its own loyal members. Time to move past the reform movement and topple the Islamic Republic.

4 comments:

Haa-meed said...

I'm so sick of these blind-eyed reformists >:(

good riddance

yikes said...

"It's believed that the list and accusations are prepared by none other than the famous Iranian regime agent Hossein Derakhshan aka Hoder who went to Iran months ago and is probably in jail now"

Really?? I hope he is in jail.

Aryamehr said...

The hypocrite Mullah Khatami called the trials a farce when during his own time tens of similar trials were held - these SOB's have no shame when it comes to deceiving, lying, and furthering their own agenda. We need to capitalize on the regime's infighting (weakened state of the regime) and further our own goals of bringing down the Islamic Republic - if we start feeling sorry for the same SOB's that were imprisoning and killing our people only 8 years ago (Khatami's term) then we are displaying signs of stockholm syndrome (symphatizing with our own hostage takers/torturers), and dementia for that matter, and need medical help! No offense Winston-jAn but I think you understand what i'm saying :)

saggezard said...

Islamic republic of Iran is the most dangerous regime on earth. Bush was the only foreign leader who had the courage and moral compass to take care of them. Obama is just happy he is the president.