Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Mir-Hossein Mousavi

I found this clip an amusing way of depicting the fundamental nature of Mir-Hossein Mousavi - the former Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic, who oversaw the execution of tens of thousands of political prisoners in the 1980's, and which the regime has now tried to rebrand as a "reformist" alternative. All these stooges which the regime short-lists for people to vote for in their sham s-elections are regime-loyalists who defend the Islamic Republic and the rotten framework which it's built upon. It's incredibly sad to see that people would genuinely fall for this kind of obvious political charade by the Islamic regime, especially after 8 years of another of the regime's "reformist" projects - namely the smiling mullah Mohammad Khatami - which resulted in further prolonging the terrorist regime's life, more executions, arrests, and torture of Iranian pro-democracy activists all under the guise of the smiling "reformist" mullah who had hypnotized liberal western media-outlets.

1 comment:

Arash said...

Nice one Aryamehr, have you seen the recent report published on the traitorous Mousavi and his role in the 1988 massacre?