June 22, 2009, - 2:46 pm
Not Easy Being “Green”: Congrats! You’re Now Allies of Hezbo Jewish Center Bomber Rafsanjani & Gay “Reformist” Israel/US-Hater “Amir”
By Debbie Schlussel
Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, for the clueless (which means all of you groupthink fools supporting the faux-uprising of extremists), is the guy who is wanted by Argentina for masterminding the Hezbollah bombings of the Jewish community center (in 1994) and Israeli Embassy (in 1992) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At least 114 people were murdered. There is a warrant out for this former Iranian President’s arrest.
And, as I recently told you, Rafsanjani was the man sent by the Ayatollahs to Iraq to speed up Iraq’s status as a Shi’ite fundamentalist satellite state of Iran.
Rafsanjani: Hezbo Jewish Center Bombing Mastermind
& Your Partner in the Green “Revolution”
Given that, the involvement and brief arrests of Rafsanjani’s close relatives (including his daughter, Faezeh Hashemi) should be a giant clue–no, a steel two-by-four in the head–that the faux-uprising of extremists in Iran is not something with which we should be allying ourselves. It should be a huge reminder that siding with the Mousavi supporters–I guess I have to remind them yet again that their man founded Hezbollah and the Iranian nuclear development program and wants to destroy Israel as much as Ahmadinejad–that you are siding with extremists in a fight between extremists.
Rafsanjani’s family members were there with his blessing, and that should tell you something. You’re picking between AIDS and cancer. Either way, your silly–and, frankly, disgusting–green stuff on your websites and Twitter and Facebook icons are diseased and terminal.
Rafsanjani is Ahmadinejad’s arch-enemy. But the enemy of my enemy isn’t always my friend. In many cases, as with this phony uprising, he’s just my enemy. “Reformist” politician Hossein Marashi (whose wife, daughter, and sister-in-law were also briefly arrested after participating in the faux-democracy protests), a big Mousavi ally, is Rafsanjani’s brother-in-law. Yes, there are cockroaches on all sides of this fake election. And you’ve picked a cockroach just as repellent as the one currently in office, perhaps more so.
You are on the side of the Rafsanjanis, the Hezbollah bombers–murderers of over 100, whose only crime was being in a building associated with Jews. Last week, for you, when this happened at the Holocaust Museum, a person like this was cause for condemnation. Today, it’s cause for “solidarity” by the stupid.
And stop telling me that this is bigger than them, that this is some sort of revolution for democracy in Iran. Do you like “democracy” and free elections in Gaza? How ’bout if they had ’em in Egypt? The Muslim Brotherhood–parent to HAMAS and Al-Qaeda–would win. And when their votes weren’t “counted” or it was “rigged” by Abbas or Mubarak, you’d probably be that stupid and don the shade of green and whine over those extremists, too. Critical thinking be damned.
One of these days, a powerful western leader is going to side with you ignoramus sheeple. And they’re going to pressure Saudi Arabia to hold free elections. And ya know who’ll win? Bin Laden or his ilk. That’s what’s most popular there. But, hey, so what? I mean, it’s democracy, after all. And when they pull all of the Saudi investments out of our economy and hold back oil, your precious democracy and elections for barbarians will bite us with all of its barbarism.
It’ll be breathtaking. The Saudi King will pick one of his 50,000-plus princes and he’ll pick one of the Bin Laden types whose extremism is far more popular, and have elections. And when the Bin Laden guy is declared the loser, I can’t wait until you idiots put green all over the Net and ask, “Where is My Vote?” As if you are akin to the extremists that vote on either side in Iran. It’s just beyond absurdity that you apply Mid-Western American values to Mid-Eastern barbarians. And then call that a “democratic uprising.” We saw the democratic uprising in 1979. Wake the heck up.
You are the people siding with Amir, a gay Iranian student who lives in London with his boyfriend. The young students in the faux-uprising are no different from Amir, except that they are even more extreme. Two years ago, Amir sided with Ahmadinejad against the U.S. and Israel. Today, his demographic is siding with Moussavi . . . against the U.S. and Israel.
Amir is a gay Iranian who left the country five years ago and now lives with his boyfriend in London. (He uses a pseudonym because he still hasn’t told his family about his sexual orientation.) When Ahmadinejad claimed during a question-and-answer session at Columbia University last week that no gays lived in Iran, “[it] made me laugh,” says Amir. “Ahmadinejad is an ignorant and uncultured man who doesn’t know much about anything beyond the world of radical Muslims and Revolutionary Guards.” Yet Amir was incensed at the hectoring introduction from Columbia’s president, Lee Bollinger, during which he described his guest as “a petty and cruel dictator.” “He is still the elected president of my country,” Amir says. “Insulting him in front of the world is insulting all Iranians.” . . .
[I]f critics like Bollinger thought they were demonstrating solidarity with Iran’s long-suffering moderates, they were mistaken. “The Islamic Republic and its president have never been insulted in an official setting like this,” says Mohsen Armin, a prominent reformist politician. Dissident bloggers also came out in support of Ahmadinejad. Other opponents argue that he should have walked off the stage at Columbia in protest. Former president Mohammed Khatami agreed with Amir: “This is tantamount to insulting our nation,” he told the Iranian Students’ News Agency. . . .
Sitting under a large poster of Andy Warhol’s design for the Rolling Stones’ “Sticky Fingers” album cover, which shows the crotch of a man in tight jeans, Amir is as anti-American as Ahmadinejad’s bearded allies. “Listen, as a gay man living in Iran, I couldn’t express myself and be what I am. My brother went to jail for eight years because he opposed this regime. Two of my cousins were killed because they were communists. Despite all that, if one day America or Israel attack Iran, I’ll go back and defend my country. I’ll do that regardless of who is the president and how gay people are treated in Iran.“
That’s the true voice of the Iranian “revolution”. Yup, your green is booger green.
They may wear Levi’s jeans and eat Baskin-Robbins. But they would kill Levi Strauss, Burton Baskin, and Irvine Robbins–all of ’em “evil Zionists”–in a heartbeat.
And in that vein, a new ice cream flavor for you: Moldy Green Faux-Revolutionary Crunch Ignorant Bliss. It has Hezbollah yellow chips in it.
Yesterday, reader Chris e-mailed me:
Michelle Malkin is telling everyone on Twitter to add a shade of green to their avatar for democracy in Iran.
michellemalkin: Show support for democracy in Iran add green overlay to your Twitter avatar with 1-click -http://helpiranelection.com/
Does anyone else notice that democracy with Muslims has been a total failure?
Yes, Chris. Those of us who actually know something about the Middle East noticed and have been warning about it for years.
But anyone who followed her mindless tweet is as clueless on this as she is. And wantonly oblivious to the fact that you’re simply donning Islamic green and signifying your alliance with Islam, HAMAS, Hezbollah, the Saudi flag, etc.
You don’t have to be the Mossad leadership to agree with me. You just have to think.
Unfortunately, people in the West don’t think. They mostly just blindly follow. Most people are lazy. They don’t like to connect the dots. It’s too much “work” for them.