This is kind of a roundup of item I though especially interesting along with occasional shot comments.
ITEM #1: THUGS WHO MURDERED NEDA DECRY HER SCHOLARSHIP
Writing to Oxford’s chancellor, the embassy expressed surprise at “a politically-motivated move”, which involves the university “n a criminal case which is still under investigation by the Iranian police”.
The embassy adds that Neda’s death was “far from the scene of protests [which] erupted after the June presidential election”. Indeed, the Iranian officials hint unsubtly, her slaying was part of a “complicated and planned” scenario.
So, the embassy concludes, “The involvement of the university in Iran’s internal affairs, particularly in the country’s post-election events of which the British media played a leading role, would lead to the loss of the university’s scientific prestige and academic goal. This has nothing to do with the university’s position and goals and will not help Iran and Britain improve their relations.”
MY ADVICE: "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime (or in the regime's case crimes--so many of them)"--The Supreme Bozo and his clowns constantly shoot themselves in the foot by committing shameful acts on the assumption those acts won't be exposed...and exposed and exposed again. Ah, it only censorhip and the arrest of opposition leaders worked.
ITEM #2: FRUSTRATED THUGS HOPE TO DO TO CRITICS ABROAD WHAT THEY DO REMORSELESSLY TO CRITICS AT HOME
COMMENT: The regime wishes it could do at broad the sort of criminal things it does at home to silence it's own people. It's too bad the world has to have demoncracies with free press and free speech. If only all government's were like Cuba, Chili, North Korea, China, etc. it would be so easy to hide things. Why must there be an Internet, Twitter, CD's, DVD's except when used for the regime's purposes.
Of course this non-Iranian critic who often sends his posts to the Supreme Leader at his homesite, would be terribly hard to find since my wife and I fulltime in a RV (current location: Parump, Nevada, but don't hurry here because we'll be gone shortly). Locations since February have included Charleston, S.C.; Summerdale, Alabama; Livingston, Texas; Colorodo Springs and Loveland, Colo.; Lander, Yellowstone, NP. and Grand Tetons in Wyoming and Bryce and Zion NP in Utah. I don't even know where we'll be next except in could be anyplace in Arizona. What a great life!
ITEM#3: KHAMENEI'S "INTERROGATORS ARE CRIMINALS" MONTAZERI TELLS ROOZ
COMMENT: How much better off would Iran and it's people be today if Montazeri had become Supreme Leader as originally intended instead of that gross and murderous Stinkbag who holds the office today?
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