Thursday, May 28, 2009

Ayatollah Iran; Tops for Capital Punishment and Male Heterosexual Paedophiles.

According to Nobel Prize winning Iranian lawyer Shirin Ebadi, Iran has now overtaken China in the executions per capita league. Most disturbingly, a number of those executed were under 18. In the last three years of the 32 juvenile executions in the world, 26 were in Iran. Iran currently has 130 more juveniles on death row. Included in the total of 346 women,men and children often hung publicly from cranes in 2008 and the 120 dispatched already this year, were political prisoners and those, mostly women and girls, deemed guilty of sexual misdemeanours.
The ayatollahs taste for killing children and females is not surprising given that they take their moral compass from the late Grand Ayatollah Khomeini. Khomeini ruled that it was permissible to have sex with female babies. What a man, what a regime!
Anyone hoping for change in Iran's June " elections " will be disappointed. To be elected you have to be a Muslim and you have to be approved by the Council of Guardians. This election has as much to do with democracy as polls in the old Soviet union under Joe Stalin. Maybe another declaration of respect and admiration from Obama will mellow the ayatollahs. Doubt it somehow.

Back here in the UK, for some reason best known to herself, the Queen sends an annual message of congratulations to the ayatollahs on the anniversary of their hideous rule. Perhaps she also sends birthday cards to that North Korean charmer. Who knows?

Monday, May 11, 2009

Privy Council Rules That Union Jack Is Illegal.

It has too many crosses in it and is therefore offensive to non-Christians. It is banned.

Well we are not quite there but the British Privy Council is working on it. It has ruled that a Trinidad and Tobago honours medal is illegal because it has a cross in its design that upsets Muslims and Hindus. The Privy Council is now working to remove all traces of Christianity from British symbols. Should keep this particular club of unelected, lawmaking dhimmis busy for a little while.