Sunday, January 27, 2008

Mullah's Democracy?

I want you, if you're a supporter of the Islamic regime of Iran, to explain to me how this vast banning of independent or so-called reformist candidates in Iran by the Islamic regime is a democratic move and can lead to freedom and democracy. How can you call Iran a democratic country when the mullahs don't even trust their own?! How is it democratic for the regime to ban those people it doesn't approve?

Read this article by the Reuters and then take a look at this one by the British Telegraph newspaper and let me know how these stupid acts are somehow going to be democratic...


Anonymous said...

Ask Hitlery. They have to ban them for the common good.

Anonymous said...

It's clearly not democracy, but what's your solution; to have G.W. invade Iran too.

What if we got the Israelis in tandem with the Christian Zionists to show the Iranians how to form a viable democracy. That'll work, no?

God knows the Israelis have a democracy. Or should I taske a note from you and call it a rabbiocracy!

Anonymous said...

That is what these people want destruction of Iran, their slogans very much resemble Ahamed Chalabi, their source of information is often from the most right-wing and fascist media. The Neo-Con agenda was from the beginning to invade Iran. However after the disastrous military enterprise in Iraq they decided to change their tactics.

Iraq fiasco turned out to be one of the most imprudent military blunder in the US history that made Neo-Con cabal to think twice. Iranian patriots must be grateful to the Iraqi resistance to occupiers and to make life hell for the invaders and sink the most powerful army in a quagmire and disused these war criminals to go-ahead with such ill-conceived plan on Iran.

Even though there are still voices inside this ramshackle Neo-Con cabal like Cheney and Neocon 'godfather' Norman Podhoretz tell Bush, bomb Iran.

ONE of the founding fathers of neoconservatism has privately urged President George W Bush to bomb Iran rather than allow it to acquire nuclear weapons. The Sunday Times September 30, 2007