Thursday, December 07, 2006

Are the French abandoning their Islamists partners in crime?!

France has been a major supporter and beneficiary of the terrorist Islamic Republic occupying Iran.

Lets hope that these latest positive moves (see below links) signal a wider move by the French government to drop their support of the terrorists oppressing the Iranian people and spreading fear across the world>>> Mullah's! No matter what the French do, they should have in mind that Iranians have very long memories!

Consider this a WARNING to the French government. It would be in the interest of the French government to the soonest possible give up their support of one of the world's most notorious dictatorships, that oppresses and systematically executes/kills innocent Iranians and foreigners alike through its own official forces or through terrorist proxies across the world.

Former French Ambassador: "The Islamic Republic is a Stalinist system!"

French Company AlcatelTelecom divests from Mullah Regime.

Segolene Royal (french presidential candidate): "Islamic Republic is not to be trusted!"

French MP's want Chirac to sharpen tone in relations with the Islamic Republic!



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6 comments:

Aryamehr said...

http://www.strangepolitics.com/images/content/111729.jpg

Winston said...

I doubt that. French frogs helped create this regime and they'll never abandon their animal.

Serendip said...

I hope that they are beginning to realize the folly of putting their economic interests ahead of their security interests.

Rayis said...

Do you know what this post reminded me of? If I remember correctly, it was the first interview that was done with Khomeini when he came back from exile and stood on the Iranian soil again. His first words were..'I would like to thank the French government..'.

SERENDIP said...

Ahmadinejad Accuses the Students of Having No Shame and Being on the Payroll of the U.S.

December 11, 2006
CNN News
CNN.com

TEHRAN, Iran -- A group of students Monday briefly interrupted a speech by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at their university by booing and chanting "Death to the dictator," Iranian news agencies reported. The protesting students apparently avoided security guards who tried to prevent them from attending the speech at Amir Kabir University, according to the student news Web site, ADWAR.

http://edition.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/12/11/iran




Gatewaypundit has plenty more on the student protest with lots of pictures

Shahrokh said...

Of course I am.
Payandeh IRAN,