Iran: Mousavi is NOT the Answer


The leading contender of the reformist camp in Iran’s presidential elections, former Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi Khameneh, was a founder of Hezbollah and a key architect of the Islamic Republic’s dreaded intelligence services..
Mousavi was prime minister at the end of the Iran-Iraq war in 1988 when tens of thousands of political prisoners were murdered in cold blood on the orders of Ayatollah Khomeini.

Reformist Iranian Candidate Founded Hezbollah


Let’s see?
Mousavi or Achmadinijad?

That’s kinda like choosing between Hitler and Himmler in pre war Germany.

Iran is a theocracy thugocracy–run by the self proclaimed “Supreme Leader” and his rabid council of Mullahs.

Irrespective of who won the rigged “election”, Iran (and their pals Saudi Arabia), will continue to be the leading sponsor of terrorism and IzlamoNazism in the world.

Regime change?
That’s almost as funny as “HOPE AND CHANGE”. anger6


Guess what?

In Iran, that has absolutely nothing to do with presidential elections.
It would require the complete overthrow of the mullacracy.

Y’all see that happening anytime soon?


Mousavi supporters are Khomeinists. Plain and simple.

THIS is Muzlim green too:

But all of a sudden wer’e supposed to rally behind this dude? He’s nothing more than a different bad guy in charge.



The Reagan administration attempted deals and selling weapons to the so-called “moderates” in Iran, way back in the 80′s.

What a joke that turned out to be.
And the joke was on US.
Yet here we go again.

There are no “moderates” in fanatic filled Iran.

Yes. My heart goes out to the innocents being slaughtered by their tyrannical, anti-semitic, anti-American mullahs. It’s called Izlam. It’s what they do.

But Mousavi aint the answer. He is anything but ahem..”moderate.”


Mousavi and Ahmedinejad’s are both cut from the same IzlamoNazi-Khomeini cloth.
The struggle within Iran is simply over who will serve as a some pathetic figurehead for the mullahs.
Don’t fall for the hype.faceqq
They have no intention of replacing the system with a democratic one.


Iran still has a quest for a nuclear bomb, So does it really matter who “represents” Tehran?

The “uprising” is not against the Izzlamic state in Iran. This is no “revolution for freedom”. In fact– Its exactly the opposite.

Everyone’s suddenly rallying to support Mousavi, who took American Embassy officials hostage for 444 days!
Mir-Hossein Mousavi, Iran’s Radical

The guy who help found Hezbollah and was responsible for the murder of over 300 U.S. Marines and Embassy officials.

Hezzbullah in GREEN


“He may yet turn out to be the avatar of Iranian democracy, but three decades ago Mir-Hossein Mousavi was waging a terrorist war on the United States that included bloody attacks on the U.S. embassy and Marine Corps barracks in Beirut.”

Mousavi behind the attack on Marines in Lebanon?

Do not be deceived sweet friends. Many of the young Iranians in this so called “uprising” hate Israel and all Jews and support Iran’s nuke program.

So I ask you………
Choosing between the devil donning black or the devil wearing green…
Is that still not a decision to choose the devil?

This may sound heartless to some……..and as painful as it may be to their own..
Every day that the mullahs remain pre-occupied with repressing their own people is one more day they can’t spend planning the death of Americans, Europeans, while arming Hezbullah and Ham-ASS.

I’ll wait till those protesters speak out against anti-Western, anti-semitic Izlam and the worldwide daily torture and death it continues to cause.


Oh, but you think there’s an outside chance that events can keep spinning out of control, and the whole theocratic regime will be toppled?
Don’t bet your bottom dollar on it.


Wear Muzlim Ham-ASS, Hezbullahhhhh green in solidarity with the new thug in town?


Uh….Not unless it’s St. Patrick’s Day and you just offered me a green bagel and beer my friends.


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22 Responses to “Iran: Mousavi is NOT the Answer”

  1. North Northwester says:

    For onece, the kids on the streets are right. I surely hope they smash the system, becasue no-one else will, it seems.

    By th e way, how do you guess Bob Dylan would serenade Barack Obama?

  2. TT says:

    I agree with you. He is clearly NOT the answer. I believe that what’s happening is just a conflict between mullahs. Rafsanjani supports Moussavi and disagrees with Ahmadinejad.

    The people in the streets are just fed up with the system. The problem is that I don’t think this is going to lead anywhere, because there is NO ONE to lead them to democracy.

    Of course, I can be wrong…

  3. Ekawaaz says:

    WOW…you got it very right…I am totally agree with you. See the problem is their fundamentalist regime, we will only be able to find any answers and the one which Iranian people really want, when world will be able to see the END of Khomeini and his fundamentalists theories.

    People of Iran do want revolution and they do want to live in peace and in democracy but unfortunately for them they wont be able to do it till they will be able to gather all the guts and courage to stand against Khomeini and his fundamentalists supporters. If they cant stand against Khomeini then there is no Hope of Iranian people to live in peace and most importantly with the respect.

  4. ben says:

    Twin sons of different mothers, Ang. Also heard that these taunts at Osama, er, Obama, are being used to get the U.S. involved so they can blame u.s. Lucky for u.s., we’ve seen that movie…

  5. z says:

    The Iranian regime’s now saying our CIA killed Neda.
    I have friends who know people there..lots are for Mousavi, as the only chance to get out from under A-Job. I’d be less inclined ALL are SO pro Mousavi….my friends tell me it’s about ANYBODY RIGHT NOW WHO ISN”T AJOB………later……..better stuff will come. They want the society their parents had under the Shah. That’s what I’m hearing and I believe it.

  6. Kevin says:

    So what are we supposed to do, Angel? True Mousavi is only slightly better than Ahmadinejihad because Mousavi doesn’t hate America quite as much yet. They both hate our close ally Israel equally, so neither is too much better than the other.

    But what choice do we, as Americans have? What can we do. Those are the only two choices, and the people of Iran seem to want the Hezbollah guy more than the short one. Should we just stay out of it completely?

  7. Kevin says:

    Also, I’m hungry for a green bagel now.

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  11. Rosemary says:

    Who, the creater of Hizbullah is not answer? You’re kidding, right? (j/k) Of course he isn’t. They are not fighting for/b/c of him. They want freedom, true freedom. He has nothing to do with this except being the catalyst that lit the match to tip the boiling point. I pray they make it. Then the one million Christians who are Iranians can show them the Truth and Way. ;)

  12. Rosemary says:

    My dear, dear Kevin. Have you been reading ? No one is interested in keeping anything to do with that old messed up regime. They want out. THEY are the ones who like America, not Mousavi. Mousavi is a liar. He wants nuclear weapons just as much as Ahmadinejad. It is not up to the gov’t who does NOT represent the people of Iran…sort of like the way things are here, except we’re not dieing because of it…yet. WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK TOO! PARTY! Tea that is. Boston gold. July 4th, be there. ;)

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    So Michael Jackson is gone… Yes, he was weird, and yes he made some pretty lousy personal decisions in life, it just goes to show that fame and fortune do not automatically lead to happiness. But a more talented man (person) than he, will be very hard to find. Did anyone expect his life to end any other way? I doubt it.. Did anyone expect his life to end any other way? I doubt it..
    Was he a child molester? YES! No question in my opinion he was.. I never defended him about anything in his personal like, Quite to the contrary, I always said that Michael Jackson was a child molester and a creep. But as a entertainer, he was the best. I call a spade a spade. Maybe YOU think there was no foundation concluding that the accusations at his trial were true… I don’t feel that way. I feel, and yes, it’s my opinion, and I am entitled to my opinion as you are, that he was as GUILTY as hell.
    I always called him a complete wacko. I was never a Michael Jackson fan club member. I never bought even one of his recordings or any of his work of any kind at all. When he was on trial, I was rooting for him to be found guilty and put away.
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  15. Jenn of the Jungle says:

    I’ll rally behind the Iranians when they drop let women be equal and dress as they want, when they stop blaming America and Jews for all the worlds ills and when they outs the mullahs, until then…..

  16. KarL M says:

    I know it may not be PC…..but i am rooting for the violence to go on for a few HUNDRED years….but that just me……

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  18. MK says:

    “In Iran, that has absolutely nothing to do with presidential elections.
    It would require the complete overthrow of the mullacracy.”

    True, it’s just one bastard for another. But either way, i think we ought to support those being brutalized in Iran, because if we stand by and let evil have it’s way now, then we’ll be at the receiving end one day.

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  22. richardBRAVERMAN says:

    I believe the uproar about the Iranian election was just a poorly executed PSYOP program. The US failed miserably. My question is whether the motivation was pure wishful thinking or just hopeless intelligence. Either way, the pathetic effort has set back the possibility of reform for a very long time. Unless and until the CIA, NSA and STATE are in the hands of professionals and not politicals hacks, these episodes will reoccur with unfortunate frequency.