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calendar   Wednesday - January 02, 2013

Spies Wear Rayon

There’s the gal who leads a life of danger.
To everyone she meets she stays a stranger.
With every move she makes, another chance she takes.
Odds are she won’t live to run in ‘16.

Secret agent Hill
Secret agent Hill
They’ve given you a number,
and taken away your pantsuit.

this started to surface the day before yesterday ...

Clinton Injured, US Navy Seal Killed In Secret US Mission To Iran

A new Foreign Military Intelligence (GRU) report circulating in the Kremlin today is saying that United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was injured, and a top US Navy Seal Commander killed when their C-12 Huron military passenger and transport aircraft crash landed nearly 3 weeks ago in the Iranian city of Ahvaz near the Iraqi border.

Iranian intelligence agents quoted in this GRU report confirm that the C-12 Huron aircraft is still in their possession in Ahvaz, but will only admit that the plane was “forced to land because of technical problems”.

The US Navy Seal member reported killed in this bizarre incident, this report says, was iulencedentified as Commander Job W. Price [photo 3rd right] who as a leader of this highly specialized American Special Forces unit protects high-ranking diplomats traveling in Middle Eastern and Asian combat zones.

Upon the C-12 Huron landing at Ahwaz, however, this report says it encountered “extreme turbulence” causing it to leave the runway where its main landing gear then collapsed causing it to crash.

Within seconds of the C-12 Huron crashing, this report continues, Iranian emergency and security personal responded freeing the victims, including Secretary Clinton who was reportedly unconscious and “bleeding profusely.”

After emergency aid was given, GRU agents stationed in Iran state that another US military flight was dispatched from Bahrain to Ahwaz which evacuated all of those wounded and killed in the crash including Secretary Clinton.

Strangely to note, this report says, is that in the aftermath of this crash, Iran’s main oil company announced today that they were buying the Ahwaz airport with the intention of moving it because, they say, oil was discovered beneath it.

Riight, because Iran is so bloody hard up for new places to dig oil wells that they have to scratch one of their few airports. Uh. Huh. Wanna bet this place gets plowed flat by the weekend, but the drill rigs don’t arrive for a year or so?

Oh, and I wonder if the Farsi way to spell “extreme turbulence” is M A N P A D S?

Oops ... maybe I shouldn’t be joking around about this ...

A startling Foreign Military Intelligence (GRU) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Obama was informed by White House medical personal shortly after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s return to the United States that her health prognosis was “grim” as her likelihood of survival was “diminishing by the hour.”

Ordinarily, I’d say that if it was published in Pravda it must be true. But this was from a GRU report. You remember those guys. Like the KGB, only nastier. No reason they’d ever disseminate false information about the West. Nyet!
h/t to Da Bro


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calendar   Thursday - October 25, 2012

iran before 1979

Had to be gone yesterday and as usual feel guilty for letting the side down.  Believe me, could not avoid it.

So anyway.
I had something else planned for this slot and as is the usual in these sort of things, something else caught my eye and I thought hey. This must be posted here and not simply the comments section.

I have no idea how the Bmews Tiger finds these things, but he does and so,

H/T Argentium G. Tiger


I have heard that he was a mean guy. Well, considering the meatballs he had to deal with, the mad mullahs and all, who wouldn’t be?


Even the music isn’t that bad. Very interesting video.


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calendar   Wednesday - October 24, 2012

At Least He’ll Be Qualified

Help Wanted: PR Agent



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calendar   Tuesday - October 02, 2012

Joke From Iran

Iran: If Talks Fail We Will Enrich Uranium To 60%

At this point I hope every single BMEWS reader spots the joke the lie instantly, before even reading the snippet below, or following the link for the whole story.

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran would enrich uranium up to 60 percent purity if negotiations with major powers over its nuclear program fail, an Iranian lawmaker said on Tuesday, in comments that may add to Western alarm about Iranian intentions.

Mansour Haqiqatpour, deputy head of parliament’s Foreign Policy and National Security Committee, said 60 percent enrichment would be to yield fuel for nuclear submarines, which often require uranium refined to high levels.

But it would also take Iran another significant step closer to the 90 percent enrichment level needed to make atomic bombs, which the West suspects is the Islamic state’s ultimate aim. Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful energy only.

Blah blah blah, yadda yadda. Now watch Obama and Hildabeast run right over there and leap to their knees, mouths wide open.

You DO understand the joke right?

Talks with the west ALWAYS fail. Iran has pretty much just made the announcement that their uranium enrichment program is at the 60% mark. Which is almost reactor or bomb level purity, at least in terms of time.

Because a series of cyclotrons or a cascade of gas centrifuges is not a temporally linear process. It’s nearly logarithmic. That means it takes YEARS to enrich your yellowcake from zip to about 2%. Then it takes another couple of years to get 2% up to 30 or 40%. But once you’re partway there, the process starts going faster. So getting from 40% to 60% takes far less time than getting from 20% to 40%. And getting from 60% to 92% takes much less time than getting from 30 to 60%.

And this is exactly what Bibi said at the UN the other day, with drawings of bombs and red lines to help stupid people understand. Which is why the press ignored him or made fun of him.  Because they are our enemy, like Iran. And like Obama. And Islam. And they don’t want you to understand, or believe, or demand action, even though inaction endangers your very life.

So when the government tells the media to lie to you yet again, that Iran won’t have the bomb for at least another couple of years ... they probably have one or two already, and by November 5 they’ll have another one, and by January 20th they’ll have half a dozen, and the long range rockets to put them anywhere. And the war on terror will be lost, unless the world can act with coordinated massive strength, and accept the risk that they might get a bit nuked in the process. In the end they will win, but they have to take the risk at this point to get there. The time to bomb the living fuck out of Iran was a week after Iraq fell 9 years ago, but little Bush didn’t listen to me the same way big Bush didn’t listen to me yelling at him to shoot Saddam back in ‘92.


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calendar   Thursday - September 27, 2012

Even With Diagrams, Nobody Will Listen

Netanyahu At UN: A Red Line Must Be Drawn

That Iran Will Not Be Allowed To Cross


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the stage at the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, acerbically responding to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s anti-Israel remarks.

He made his case against Iran, arguing that time is quickly running out to stop the Islamic Republic from becoming a nuclear power and the threat of force must be seriously considered.

Earlier in the evening, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas addressed the assembly, announcing he has opened talks on a new bid for international recognition of a Paletinian state at the UN, but avoiding specifying exactly when he will ask the General Assembly to vote.

Abbas said in his speech that “intensive consultations with the various regional organizations and the state members” were underway.

The Palestinians will apply to the General Assembly for nonmember state status. That stands in sharp contrast to last year, when they asked the Security Council to admit them as a full member state, but the bid failed.

Earlier still, an Israeli official said Netanyahu is expected to set out a “clear red line” for Iran’s disputed nuclear drive, adding that the plan could be pursued together with the United States.

Netanyahu faces the world body a day after US President Barack Obama disappointed some Israelis by imposing no ultimatum to the Iranians in his own address, though he did warn that time for diplomacy with Tehran “is not unlimited”.

“The prime minister will set a clear red line in his speech that will not contradict Obama’s remarks. Obama said Iran won’t have nuclear weapons. The prime minister will clarify the way in which Iran won’t have nuclear arms,” a senior Israeli official said en route to New York.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu drew an actual red line with a marker on a chart symbolizing Iran’s uranium enrichment program, and expained that Iran must be told that if it reaches 90% of the enriched uranium it needs for a nuclear bomb, it will be attacked.
“Yesterday was Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year. Every year for over three millennia, we have come together on this Day of Atonement. We remember the great travails of our dispersion. But at the end of Yom Kippur we celebrate the rebirth of Israel. We celebrate of the flourishing modern Jewish state.

“The forces of Medievalism seek a world in which not life, but death is glorified. These forces clash throughout the globe, but nowhere more starkly than the Middle East. The Medieval forces of radical Islam whom you saw storming embassies in the Middle East – want to destroy freedom and end the modern world.

“They are all rooted in the same bitter soil of intolerance. That intolerance is directed to their own fellow Muslims as well as Jews, Hindus and Christians, anyone who refuses to relent to their creed. I am sure that ultimately they will fail. The relevant question is not whether this fanaticism will be defeated, but how many lives will be lost before it’s defeated.”

Netanyahu referred to the Nazi regime, and noted that the world took too long to wake up to its danger. “My friends, we cannot let that happen again. At stake is the future of Iran. Imagine the world with a nuclear armed Al Qaeda.

“Given this record of Iranian aggression without nuclear weapons – just imagine Iranian aggression with nuclear weapons. Imagine their long range missiles tipped with nuclear warheads, their terror networks armed with atomic bombs. Who would be safe in the Middle East? Who would be safe in Europe?

“Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve been speaking about the need to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons for over 15 years. I spoke about it when it was fashionable and when it wasn’t fashionable. The hour is getting late. Very late. When it comes to the survival of my country, it is not only my right to speak – it is my duty to speak. And I believe that this is the duty of every responsible leader who wants to preserve world peace.”

Given that Obama’s earlier remarks had been wishy-washy, Netanyahu’s Nazi reference effectively called him another Chamberlain. No kidding. Just like Bush before him. The time to bomb Iran was about 9 hours after Iraq fell, when they were sure we were coming and couldn’t do a damn thing about it. Smoke the country, turn their mud cities into dust, turn their stone cities into mud, then leave. Go back to Iraq and see if there’s going to be an underground insurgency. Not likely. Oh well, that’s not how it happened, but the white gloves treatment of the mad mullahs has been going on a long long time.

Benji did a nice job today of silently rattling the invisible saber, and even had the crowd on it’s feet and cheering at one point, but I doubt that this will have any impact, even with a drawing so simple even Democrats could understand it.



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/27/2012 at 01:33 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - May 24, 2012

Iran’s navy says it has saved a US-flagged cargo ship from pirates.

Only just caught this bit of interesting news.
So what do we make of it?

Will Iran now become our new best friend?  Doubtful but I’m sure the help was appreciated.

Iran navy saves US cargo ship from pirates

Iran’s navy says it has saved a US-flagged cargo ship that was under attack from pirates in the Gulf.

An Iranian warship responded to a distress signal from the US-flagged Maersk Texas, a cargo ship of 500 feet and 14,000 tons, which was besieged by “several pirate boats,” the navy said in a statement reported by the official IRNA news agency.
The cargo vessel “was saved by the navy of the Islamic Republic of Iran” on Wednesday, IRNA added.
The pirates “fled the scene as soon as they spotted the presence” of the warship. Maersk Texas “thanked the Iranian navy and sailed towards its destination safely,” it added.
It was the first time the Iranian navy protected a US ship from pirates.
Maersk had sailed from the UAE port of Fujairah, south of the Strait Hormuz at the entrance of the Gulf, and was headed for the United States.

Iran’s navy keeps a presence in Gulf of Oman to protect cargo ships and transiting oil tankers and also defend the country against potential threats.
According to Iranian commanders, Iran’s navy have carried out hundreds of antipiracy operations, engaging in hundreds of armed clashes with pirates in the past three years.
The US navy patrolling the area have on a number of occasions rescued Iranian ships. The latest incident was in January when a US warship secured the release of 13 Iranian fishermen near the entrance to the Gulf who had been held captive by pirates for 45 days.
Source: AFP



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calendar   Wednesday - March 07, 2012

Let Them Occupy Tehran

U.S. Professors Visit Iran

to promote Occupy Wall Street movement???

What the flippity flop??

The Occupy Wall Street movement may be losing its spotlight in the United States, but it’s gaining attention in Iran, where a handful of American professors recently traveled to attend a conference focusing on the anti-capitalist protests.

“The discourse (in Iran) seems to be veering from ‘Down with America!’ to ‘Down with the 1 Percent!’” said Heather Gautney, a self-described “Occupy Wall Street activist” and a sociology professor at Fordham University in New York. “In my view, this is quite a welcome development, and speaks to Iranians’ affection for Americans despite all the political conflict.”

Sounds rather like genuine Anti-American Activity to me. Isn’t Iran classified as an enemy nation? If not, why not?? I can’t see what the little towlies would want to know this stuff for, unless to learn how to a) suppress it violently in their own country should any crop up, or b) weaponize it for use against the West.

Gautney was one of four U.S. professors last week to attend the two-day conference at Tehran University, in a country whose people—despite any possible dissatisfaction—are not in a position to take to the streets, as she described it. Consequently, she said, Iranian professors and students view the Occupy movement as “an object of study,” not something to emulate anytime soon.

When she and the other professors were first invited to the conference, they were worried about the organizers’ motivations, Gautney admitted. But after seeing a list of about 30 questions that would be posed to them, “it seemed like a very legitimate kind of project,” she said.

Typical clueless and delusional Ivory Tower leftists, feeding intel and Best Practices to our enemies.

“I got the sense that they were trying to confirm impressions that they had, confirm things that they had read in the press, in part so that they could integrate into their own and also into their classroom,” Gautney said.

Nevertheless, government-controlled media in Iran didn’t miss an opportunity to highlight the American professors’ presence in Tehran. In an English-language report posted online, Iran’s PressTV offered this headline from the conference: “Experts: Occupy Wall Street likely to topple US administration.”

But, but, they never said that at all!!!  Uh huh. I do believe the term these days is ”pwned”.  And the profs got invited there because the Occupy message was quite anti-Semitic. No no no, no it wasn’t!!! Yeah, because giant protest banners saying “Joo bankers must die!!” were never at any of these rallys. And there were so many of them that were never ever there, that a Jew hating enemy nation extended a big fat invitation to a bunch of lefty academics to come tell them all about it. Riiiiight.

You can follow the link to read more, but it’s pretty obvious that these obliviots were willingly used as sock puppets by the mad mullahs.

Too bad we let them back in. Non-diplomatic trips to Iran ought to be one way rides.


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calendar   Thursday - February 09, 2012

Let Them Eat Sand

Allah Will Provide, Right?

Iran turns to barter for food as sanctions cripple imports

Iran is turning to barter - offering gold bullion in overseas vaults or tankerloads of oil - in return for food as new financial sanctions have hurt its ability to import basic staples for its 74 million people, commodities traders said Thursday.

Difficulty paying for urgent import needs has contributed to sharp rises in the prices of basic foodstuffs, causing hardship for Iranians with just weeks to go before an election seen as a referendum on President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s economic policies.

New sanctions imposed by the United States and European Union to punish Iran for its nuclear program do not bar firms from selling Iran food but they make it difficult to carry out the international financial transactions needed to pay for it.

Reuters surveys of commodities traders around the globe show that since the start of the year, Iran has had trouble securing imports of basic staples like rice, cooking oil, animal feed and tea. Grain ships have been held at its ports, refusing to unload until payment can be received for cargo.

With Iran’s rial currency tumbling, the prices of rice, bread and meat in Iranian bazaars have doubled or more in dollar terms in recent months.

You know what would be just awful?? If some huge group of “Somali Pirates” were to suddenly start hijacking cargo ships that were headed to the east side of the Persian Gulf. And then western navies could interdict them at night with lots of pyrotechnic effects ... oh, so sorry, the pirates put up a furious fight, and the ships were scuttled. It wouldn’t be for every ship, just every other. Maybe 2 out of 3. The ones with food and gasoline as cargo. And half of them could escape down to Africa. This could also cure hunger in Somalia at the same time, and Kenya would buy the gas for 10 cents on the dollar. Businesses would keep the gold, because they’d be smart and demand payment in advance with no refunds for piracy.


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calendar   Wednesday - January 18, 2012


I have to hand it to the mad mullahs. They came up with a brilliant snap to lay on Obeanhead. Right upside his head with a shoe. Pretty much makes him a laughingstock, which is what he deserves. Problem is, it makes us a laughingstock too. Thanks for the bold leadership Barack.

I gotcher drone, right here

The Iranian government, which captured a U.S. stealth drone in December, has agreed to give the top-secret spy craft back, but with a catch.

Instead of the original RQ-170 Sentinel drone, the Islamic Republic said Tuesday that it will send President Obama a tiny toy replica of the plane.

Iranian state radio said that the toy model will be 1/80th the size of the real thing. Iranian citizens can also buy their own toy copies of the drone, which will be available in stores for the equivalent of $4.


Did you want that face egg once over easy, Mr. President, or scrambled?

Ah, but as long as we’re doing toy planes, I can find a better model than that for us to look at ...

See More Below The Fold


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calendar   Wednesday - January 11, 2012


Iranian Nuclear Whiz Bombed

Two assailants on a motorcycle attached a magnetic bomb to the car of an Iranian university professor working at a key nuclear facility, killing him and his driver Wednesday, reports said. The slayings suggest a widening covert effort to set back Iran’s atomic program.

The attack in Tehran bore a strong resemblance to earlier killings of scientists working on the Iranian nuclear program. It is certain to amplify authorities’ claims of clandestine operations by Western powers and their allies to halt Iran’s nuclear advances.

The blast killed Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, a chemistry expert and a director of the Natanz uranium enrichment facility in central Iran, state TV reported. State news agency IRNA said Roshan had “organizational links” to Iran’s nuclear agency, which suggests a direct role in key aspects of the program.

On Tuesday, Israeli military chief Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz was quoted as telling a parliamentary panel that 2012 would be a “critical year” for Iran — in part because of “things that happen to it unnaturally.”

“Many bad things have been happening to Iran in the recent period,” added Mickey Segal, a former director of the Israeli military’s Iranian intelligence department. “Iran is in a situation where pressure on it is mounting, and the latest assassination joins the pressure that the Iranian regime is facing.”

Defiant Iranian authorities pointed the finger at archfoe Israel.

Oh sure, blame the Joooos. LOL Personally, I blame motorcyclists in general. This is like the 6th time they’ve been involved in blowing up Iranian nuke geeks. Gosh. Details at the link.


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calendar   Friday - January 06, 2012

Stick that in your hookah and smoke it

US Navy Rescues Iranian Sailors

From Somali Pirates

Right off the coast of Iran

Where their own navy couldn’t save them

(the same place the Iranians demanded the other day that our navy not be in)

U.S. sailors from a carrier strike group whose recent presence in the Persian Gulf drew the ire of Iranian military officials have rescued 13 of the Middle Eastern country’s sailors from a hijacked fishing boat, a military spokesman said Friday.

The destroyer USS Kidd came to the aid of the ship Thursday in the North Arabian sea, near the crucial Strait of Hormuz, according to the Navy.

“Their presence does nothing but create mayhem, and we never wanted them to be present in the Persian Gulf,” [Iranian Admiral] Vahidi said [last week].

According to the Navy, a helicopter from the Kidd spotted a suspect pirate boat alongside the Iranian vessel. At the same time, the Kidd received a distress call from the captain of ship, the Al Molai, saying he and his crew were being held captive by pirates.

A team from the Kidd boarded the Al Molai, took 15 suspected pirates into custody and freed 13 Iranian hostages, the Navy said.

The suspected pirates, mostly Somalis, were taken to the Stennis to be held until a decision is made about prosecution, Pentagon spokesman Capt. John Kirby said Friday.

Pirates hijacked the Al Molai 40 to 45 days ago, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command said in a statement.

A month and a half? And they’ve been right there, right off the friggin’ coast of Iran, in a sea barely 80 miles wide ever since??

The crew was “held hostage, with limited rations and we believe were forced against their will to assist the pirates with other piracy operations,” according to the statement.

The Navy reports that the Iranian boat had been pirated and used as a “mother ship” for pirate operations throughout the Persian Gulf, according to members of the Iranian vessel’s crew.

Oh sure. I think I smell something ... kinda stinks like 6 week old fish, you know? Makes me doubt the fisherman’s story a wee bit.

The Navy team provided food, water and medical care to both the suspected pirates and the crew of the Al Molai after securing the ship and ensuring everyone was safe, Schminky said.

The crew had “been though a lot,” he said.  “We went out of our way to treat the fishing crew with kindness and respect,” he said.

Oh snap.


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calendar   Tuesday - October 25, 2011

That’s About How I See It Too


Hope n’ Change daily cartoons and commentary.


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calendar   Wednesday - September 28, 2011

Weak Horse, Strong Horse

Stalking Horse


ha ha, I gotcher nose!

Just days after Iran told the world that their new generation of cruise missiles are deployed, and just after the coincidental assassination of a top nuclear scientist in Syria, comes the latest news that Iran is planning on sending part of it’s navy to the Western Atlantic, to cruise up and down the edge of America’s territorial waters. Tweak. Tweak. Hey Obama, I got your nose!

Syria’s state-run news agency says a nuclear engineer has been assassinated in a hail of bullets in the restive central city of Homs. Engineer and university professor Aws Khalil is the fourth Syrian academic to be assassinated in Homs recently.

... SANA reported Khalil’s killing on Wednesday, blaming it on an “armed terrorist gang.”

Mere coincidence. This has nothing to do with Iran at all. Well, until you stop and recall that Gerald Bull was capped just before the first Gulf War, after designing the SuperGun for Iraq. Which Saddam tried his best to build.

Iran says it’s started large-scale production of a domestically-developed cruise missile designed for sea-based targets and capable of destroying warships. Defense Minister Gen. Ahmad Vahidi says an unspecified number of samples of “Ghader,” or “Capable” as the missile is called in Farsi, were delivered to the Revolutionary Guard’s navy, assigned to protect Iran’s sea borders. His remarks were reported by state TV on Wednesday.

The cruise missile has a range of 124 miles. It can reportedly travel at low altitudes and has a lighter weight and smaller dimensions.

Iran also claims to possess high speed super-cavitating rocket-torpedoes that go 4 times faster than modern high speed torpedoes, but some folks have said that that’s a scam. The Russians do have such a torpedo, and so, presumably, do we. Super cavitation is real, and a bubble curtain around a torpedo can allow it to move through the water at more than 220mph. Steering is a bit of a problem though.

Iranian Navy Plans to Send Ships Near U.S. Waters

The Iranian navy plans to move naval vessels out of the Persian Gulf and into the Atlantic Ocean, “near maritime borders of the United States,” the Tehran Times reported Tuesday. According to the English-language paper based in Tehran, the announcement came from a top Iranian naval officer on Tuesday.

“As the global arrogance (forces of imperialism) have a (military) presence near our sea borders, we also plan to have a strong presence near the U.S. sea borders with the help of the soldiers who are loyal to the vali-e faqih (supreme jurisprudent),” said Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, as quoted and paraphrased by the Tehran Times.

“We’ve been pushing freedom of the seas for years and the Iranian navy can go wherever it wants,” said Pentagon Spokesman Capt. John Kirby.

Iranians might face a challenge in refueling its fleet. Some in the Pentagon have speculated it could gas up in Venezuela, whose President, Hugo Chavez, is known to have a close relationship with Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The Iranians gave no indication of when or what kind of vessels they might deploy, but the announced plan comes just months after Iran sent warships through the Suez following the fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. It was the first time Iran had moved ships into the Mediterranean and the move put Israel on high alert.

The naval unit plans to establish direct contact with the U.S. when it hits the Gulf of Mexico, a commander in the Iranian navy said. Officials in the Pentagon strongly denied any planned port visits by the Iranians.

When Bush was president, I don’t think the Iranian Navy ever sailed out of sight of their own sand dunes. It’s tough to put the spurs to a strong horse and ride it, but you can kick a weak horse all you want without fear.




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calendar   Wednesday - September 01, 2010

sentenced to death by stoning for adultery ‘subjected to mock execution’

I’m sure you people must have seen this already. It is being covered in the USA I think.  I guess we can’t tell other people how to conduct their internal affairs, but it seems fair to protest something like this. If you stop and think about it, as this case and others like it seem to focus things, men in those countries must really have a lock and a whip and lots of chains to keep women down and cowed.  I guess the folks with the guns, rule.  After all these centuries, wouldn’t you think that their women would have figured long ago that there was something better?  I personally think the men involved really enjoy this.  Creeps.  And just think, their govt. has embassies and ambassadors and must be treated kindly or at least with the trapping of respect.  As if they were normal human beings
instead of the grubby, lice ridden, bearded bastards they are. 

Iranian sentenced to death by stoning for adultery ‘subjected to mock execution’


By Mail Foreign Service

An Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning was subjected to a mock execution by hanging.

In preparation for her death, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani wrote her will and embraced her cellmates in Tabriz prison.

But the mother-of-two, who was acquitted of murdering her husband but found guilty of adultery, was not led to the gallows.

Her son told The Guardian: ‘Pressure from the international community has so far stopped them from carrying out the sentence but they’re killing her every day by any means possible.’

The latest development comes after prison authorities denied family and legal visits, falsely telling them Ashtiani was unwilling to see them. In turn, she was told no one had come to see her.

French First Lady Carla Bruni became involved in the row for protesting against the case.

In an open letter, Ms Bruni wrote: ‘Spill your blood, deprive your children of their mother? Why?

‘Because you have lived, because you have loved, because you are a woman, an Iranian? Every part of me refuses to accept this.’

The paper responded by dubbing her a marriage-wrecking ‘prostitute’ because of her affairs with high-profile celebrities who already had partners.

Ashtiani has already received 99 lashes for reportedly having an illicit relationship with two men.


As mentioned above, Carla Bruni, France’s First Lady and my constant old age heart throb has stepped into the maelstrom.  Her quote above.
Being adherents of this particular cult of the ROP .... her critics in Iran have responded thus.

Carla Bruni deserves death: Iran paper

September 1, 2010

A hardline Iranian daily newspaper Kayhan stepped up its attack on France’s first lady Carla Bruni, saying on Tuesday the “Italian prostitute” deserved to die for supporting an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning.


And one of the scariest things about all of this is, there are actually muslim women who think this is okay but even worse, western born and somewhat educated white women go along with it as well.  Or if not with death for adultery, go along with the male dominated insistence that they cover up and adopt a subservient attitude and lifestyle.  With all the freedoms women have fought for in the west and won for themselves, some of their sisters convert to this stone age manner of thinking and living.  Go figure.


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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Oh, and here's some kind of visitor flag counter thingy. Hey, all the cool blogs have one, so I should too. The Visitors Online thingy up at the top doesn't count anything, but it looks neat. It had better, since I paid actual money for it.
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