It’s always been the Mullahs …………..

I feel for those terrified souls marching through Tehran blindly acting out in hope that it might effect any change. An exercise in futility. If they value their lives, they will flee the country. We should have backed the reformers and the dissidents years ago when free men had a shot …………. now we are here.

Crowds are protesting at Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's alleged 'rigged' victory. The allegations of fixed elections come after polls showed that half of the electorate wanted Ahmadinejad. But if that is so, if half of the electorate wanted this bloodthirsty jihadi annihilationist, then what are we talking about?

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; Iran elections 2009: Thousands rally for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as poll looms

Photo: Hundreds of
thousands of fervent supporters turn out for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's campaign
rallies Photo: EPA

Bottom line, this is a non story. It's smoke and mirrors. The Mullahs are running the mahdi madhouse, and they have their world agenda. This is nonsense.

The real news story is the 55,000 centrifuges running 24/7/365, and what Iran plans to do with them.

The election is/was a ruse. At least with Ahmadinejad we know what the drill is. We know who he is, what he is, what he says. A Mir Hussein Mousavi win would have been a time wasting distraction. His objectives were the same as those of the mullahs. I said it was a battle between a  wolf and a wolf in sheep's clothing. Be grateful we were spared all the leftist media tripe of "a new era" of "interfaith dialogue". Katie Couric donning the hijab to get to know the progressive mamam de Mousavi, blah blah blah, giving them more time to build more centrifuges.

The reality is that this was a completely sham battle between rival factions of
a regime as ruthless as any in the world, in which the real power is exercised
by the gang of hard-line mullahs round the "Supreme Leader", Ali Khamenei. In an
election riddled with fraud (six million more ballot papers were printed than
there are Iranians eligible to vote), all four regime-approved candidates had
long been personally involved in the regime's murderous reign of terror. (here)

Mousavi was Prime Minister from 1981-1989, and the editor in chief of the official newspaper of the Islamic Republic party. Yeah, right, a reformer you can …believe in.

Further, he's cut from the same nazi cloth as Ahmadinejad.

‘Reformist’
Iranian Candidate Helped Found
Hezbollah

Newsmax.com

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, Iranian political activists and scholars tell Newsmax.

It doesn't matter who won. It's an annihilationist state.

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