April 25, 2008, - 7:17 pm

“Ayatollah” A Million Times: Guess Who’s Speaking on “US-Iranian” Relations @ a Denver College?

By Debbie Schlussel
Beginning in 1979, Americans at the U.S. Embassy in Iran spent 444 days being held hostage there under the Khomeini government.
So, why would we allow anyone connected with perpetrating that captivity into America? Good question. We’ve already allowed Mahmoud Ahmadinejad–who was involved with the “revolution” and was one of the captors–in, to speak at Columbia University, last year. And we allowed Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s Navy imam, Mohammed Ali Elahi, to become a U.S. citizen, despite the fact that he lied about his ties to terrorist groups on his citizenship application.
Now, our friend, Rocky at Rocky Mountain Neo-Con, writes about another top Ayatollah Khomeini revolutionary from Iran who will speak at Metropolitan State College of Denver, on Wednesday April 30th.


Ebrahim Yazdi (Left) w/Yasser Arafat, Israeli Embassy, Tehran, 1979


Ebrahim Yazdi (Right) With Ayatollah Khomeini’s Grandson (Far Left)

Rocky gives us all the details on Ebrahim Yazdi, Khomeini’s first deputy prime minister and first foreign minister. It’s very disturbing, including news that Yazdi, Yassser Arafat, and Ayatollah Khomeini, together, took over the Israeli embassy in Iran, too (see above photo).
Why the heck are we letting this guy in?
Read all the details.

12 Responses

sniper practice? just kidding. Who the hell knows why our politicians do anything these days. All I can say is that they get an F for protecting our borders.

lonewolf on April 25, 2008 at 10:00 pm

So, that’s it? We’ve surrendered?
Combine all the articles from today and it sounds like we’ve surrendered.
I swear, we’re headed towards a civil war, or worse. Our academia, political machines, and major businesses have gone off the deep end.
I’m going to say it again: get ready with the basics your family will need for the next year, arm yourselves, and keep watch. Everything is pointing to a major upheaval. Histories and cycles are repeating! This is guy being welcomed with open arms and our leaders are worried that we’ll be seen as not sensitive if we give him the bums rush. We are welcoming the enemy to influence our lives!
Get prepared!

bhparkman on April 25, 2008 at 10:31 pm

Our Government has sold us down the river for a few schillings of silver—Hope its enough to pay the Devil on there way to hell.

wolf2012 on April 25, 2008 at 11:41 pm

I wasn’t evan born yet in 1979! LOL
EnyWez… I was thinking i should go to SMU… i can’t believe anyone would really go to some place called Metropolitan State College of Denver… seriously…

PrincessKaren on April 25, 2008 at 11:42 pm

Once again libs SUCK!

samurai on April 26, 2008 at 12:29 am

But…but…but, this austere visitor has “a face softened by time”; not only that, be has also has “chadeliers” and “parakeets”…parakeets for crying out loud! How bad could he be?
Notice this glowing report was written by a guy named SLACKMAN. Case closed.

Southernops on April 26, 2008 at 8:05 am

Bush is picking a fight with Iran now. Iraq is the No. 2 oil producer in the world, and with the Saudi fields depleting fast, it will become No. 1. The world cannot increase oil production beyond where it is. We aren’t going to let Iran control the Persian Gulf. But when the crash comes, the US government will lose control. Diesel has blown through $4.00 a gallon and is headed for $5.00 and beyond. We are all paying for this, and the economy can’t sustain ever-spiraling energy costs. People can’t afford to keep paying $50 or $60 to fill up, and then pay double for food. Then they will begin to lose their jobs, as consumers continue to reign in discretionary spending. Half the McJobs will disappear. Get at least an acre, AWAY from the cities, and learn to grow corn and raise chickens. You think I’m kidding, but when the crash comes, the non-White hordes will have zero respect for your ‘rights’, you won’t be able to sell your house, and you will become a REFUGEE. Believe it.

John Harper on April 26, 2008 at 10:42 pm

Thanks, Debbie, METRO STATE COLLEGE is one of my alma maters, and I’d have never known about this if not for you. Here’s the e-mail I just sent [napue@mscd.edu] to Assistant VP, Alumni Relations/Executive Director, Alumni Association:
Dear Ms. Napue:
Until now it’s always been with pride that I’ve spoken of my experience at Metro. It seems like no time at all has past since I graduated [way back] in 1981 with my degree in Art. Why the change in my attitude? Well, I just read that my alma mater will welcome Iranian revolutionary Ebrahim Yazdi on April 30.
Does my school really feel the need to disgrace itself by opening its arms to a man instrumental in the overthrow of both the U.S. and Israeli embassies, back in 1979? Does no one at Metro study history any longer? How could they so soon forget that this man was – along with plenty of others, including his own tyrant-president – a party to the 444 days-of-kidnapping, or as Yazdi probably prefers to call it, that 444-day-shindig we threw for special “guests of the Ayatollah?”
I’m ashamed to call Metro “my school” right now, and though I realize this lone note will be of little effect, I felt it worthwhile to at least let my thoughts be known. Thank you for taking time to read it.
Patrice Stanton
B.A., Art, 1981

wholebrainer on April 26, 2008 at 10:56 pm

Last year, Yazdi spoke at McMaster U in Hamilton, Ontario. The US State Dept chose not to protest. Why? President Bush supports an Islam based “peace” in the Middle East. Nevermind that Islamofascists carried out the 9-11 massacre, Bush chose to end the Afghan intervention by forcing local commanders to sign armistices with religious leaders who made subjective claims to have abandoned Taliban. Prior to putting troops into Iraq in 2003, Bush emissaries met Shiite agents in London, to discuss post intervention privileges. From the start of the intervention, Bush allowed al-Sadr to form a 10,000 member armed militia and allowed them to exclusive territory in that nominally occupied country. When that negligence allowed al-Sadr’s Mahdi Army to launch attacks in Najaf and Karbala, Bush ordered US field troops to stand down and allow al-Sadr to escape to fight again.
On September 11, 2001, 19,000 Islamofascists were rotting in Egyptian prisons. After 3 years of Bush’ “Islam is peace” vomit, less than half remain. Now with Bush pressure to accede to political islam, said Islamofascists are poised to take power. On 9-11 there were massive secular movements in Muslim majority countries; now there are NONE, anywhere. Afghanistan and Iraq are both Islamic Republics; and Bush indulgence of Saudi subversion is pressuring elimination of secularism in the Middle East.
Sure Jimmy Carter talks BS about the “Abrahamic” roots of Islam, Judaism and Christianity (Muslim are indoctrinated to believe that Abraham was a real Muslim, but that Shaytan (Satan) possessed later scribes and caused them to alter text; the koran is allowed to be the only authentic revelation, without the word of Shaytan). But was that nut ever photographed kissing the Saud king on the lips; and walking hand in hand with that piece of unflushed sewage?
Islamofascists need to be killed in sufficient numbers to end their global menace. Effecting that end is not amenable in this age of deference to slick no-nothings, who are incapable of conducting an objective or impartial (the Bush Crime Family are Saudi slaves), assessment of the Muslim threat.

supercargo on April 27, 2008 at 12:37 am

Society has tumbled the last 20 years or so. Maybe another 911 type attack would wake the sheeple. Too much fantasy football and other colliseum type entertainment for the Roman hoardes to be occupied and distracted with. This type of treason needs to be punished by the death penalty. For all parties involved. Cull the herd so to speak. Set an example. Bush doesn’t have the stomach for it though.
Maybe in a few years with the returning bunch of vets coming back from Iraq we’ll have some patriots that will enhance our fat soft society with new vigor and bring on another greatest generation.

samurai on April 27, 2008 at 11:30 am

Got a short, pleasant note back from the Aumini Association Director at METRO STATE COLLEGE, less than a day later. She says she’ll be, “sharing [my] concerns with those involved in bringing speakers to campus.”
Patrice Stanton

wholebrainer on April 30, 2008 at 6:46 pm


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