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The Propagandist's Allies continue to make mincemeat out of the enemy.

Not quite sure why they do that. I mean, they're not going to actually eat the mincemeat.

Wait a second... what the hell is mincemeat, anyway? Ever go into a restaurant and order up some mincemeat? Not me. Weird.

Anyway, here are the latest dispatches from the front:

The Iranian regime has outlawed singing and dancing for kindergardten students, as such "immoral" acts are not in line with Islam. Well, it's about time. If the entire adult population is forbidden to have any happiness in their lives on pain of jail, torture or death, why should young children get a break? Uniform, unrelenting misery really ought to be ground into the kids at a young age if they're going to grow up to be good theocratic fascists.More >>

Rafiq Tagi, the prominent dissident in Azerbaijan who had been imprisoned for criticising Islam and Islam’s prophet Muhammad is dead of multiple stab wounds.

Coincidentally, Iran's Ayatollah Lankarani had issued a death fatwah against Taqi a few years ago.

Funny how targeted assassinations are only a big news item when the USA or Israel carries them out in order to eliminate terrorists, as opposed to when Iran and other tyrranical regimes murder literary dissidents.

H/T Butterflies and WheelsMore >>

Iranian student activist Payman Aref wrote a letter to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad after the last election in Iran. That must have been some letter. He was sentenced to a year in prison and 74 lashes (One wonders how they came up with that particular number of strikes with a whip -- was it based on word count?).

Today, he was whipped by a representative of the Iranian regime as per the judge's sentence.

This echoes the punishment meted out to Somayeh Tohidlou. She was whipped 50 times while her hands and feet were chained together, as punishment for taking part in post-election demonstrations.

When Iran's Islamist state and justice system is described as medieval, this is no exaggeration.More >>

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Thanks to the work of some brave cowboys, the hard-done-by townsfolk start believing that the Big Boss Gang's days are numbered.More >>

Hizbullah Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Walid Sakariya * outlines a plan to destroy Israel, in which one hundred million "martyrs" spearheaded by Iran's army pulverizes the state of Israel.

Foreign policy analysts may consider this to be the stuff of sheer fantasy and wishful thinking; after all, how likely is it that Iraq would surrender its sovereignty to allow Iran's military (and an armed rabble of millions) to cross its territory with impunity?

If, following the US withdrawal, Iraq becomes a bridge linking Iran to Syria, the Iranian forces could cross Iraq and arrive in Syria, in order to participate in a direct war on the Golan front.

In that case, Israel would not be fighting Hizbullah alone. It would be fighting Hizbullah, Syria, Iraq, and Iran. This is the so-called "Shiite Crescent" that they fear. Since Iran dominates this [axis], the Arab countries refer to it as the "Shiite Crescent."

If Hizbullah has 50,000 missiles and can destroy some targets in Israel, the equation will completely change when Syria and Iran join the war. You will have the strategic superiority and a force large enough to pulverize Israel, even if this war

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When you consider Iran's suspect nuclear program, the public executions of homosexuals, stoning of women and other atrocities, it is easy to forget the banal nature Iran's regime.

Perhaps the best recent example of this is the case of 17 teenagers arrested for taking part in a water fight on the streets of Tehran, recorded on Facebook. Welcome to Iran: where kids playing in the street are seen as a dire threat to the stability of the country.More >>

We don't need no education.

We don't need no thought control.

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The protesters braved horrific violence by the Syrian security forces to shout "No to Iran, No to Hezbollah!"

Fantastic. Courageous. No to the theocratic thugs who have beaten down the people. But wait...

"We want somebody who is God-fearing!"


Even if the Syrians do manage to get rid of their tyrant, we can already see where this is going.More >>



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