Archive for March 1st, 2011
Finish your coffee. Secure yourself to your chair. It’s Friday Fun. Three days early. (H/t The Israel Project):
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahamdinejad says the Islamic Republic of Iran has established the “best example for asserting human rights in the world.”
In a Monday message to the first National Human Rights Conference, Ahmadinejad said the Iranian constitution places emphasis on various aspects of citizens and human rights.
Nations, particularly Muslim ones, have pinned their hopes on the Iranian nation and the major achievements of the Islamic Revolution to guide them on their path, IRNA quoted him as saying.
“In a world full of deception — where terrorism, internal disputes, war, bloodshed and military occupation are being supported in the name of freedom… — it is the obligation of an Islamic government to provide the world with an excellent example and model for the achievement of religious democracy,” the Iranian president went on to say.
“Today, in different parts of the world, signs of the weakness and desperation of the tyrannical powers are starting to surface and the collapse of the ideology and logic of domineering powers is evident. Nations now need a new path, a solid logic and divine and humanistic ideas,” Ahmadinejad said.
The funniest thing of all is – Ahamdinejad & his low-life cronies are serious. Deadly Serious.
[Source: Press TV (Iranian govt. propaganda mouthpiece staffed by otherwise unemployable third-rate Western Journos and Leftards)]
The subject of our our Google/Tube Hall of Shame campaign begins to gain wider attention:
Sermons from Anwar al-Awlaki, the radical cleric said to be linked to multiple terrorist plots against Britain and the United States, remain on YouTube despite calls for them to be taken down.
The news follows the conviction of Rajib Karim, a former British Airways computer specialist, for terrorism offences after being inspired by Awalki to explore ways of staging al-Qaida style attacks. Read the rest of this entry »