Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Taheri Stands By Iranian Dress Code Story

May 23, 2006 -- EDITORS' NOTE: The Associated Press and others have challenged Amir Taheri's account (published in The Post on Saturday) of the proposed new Iranian dress code, noting that the law does not specify badges for religious minorities. Below is his reply.

"REGARDING the Iran dress code story, it seems that some media outlets used my column as the basis for reports that jumped the gun.

As far as my article is concerned, I stand by it.

The law has been passed by the Islamic Majlis and will now be submitted to the Council of Guardians. A committee has been appointed to work out the modalities of implementation."

Why is it, ya think, that the Loons will rush to believe a murderous, Jew-hating, America-hating regime over just about anyone else? You know, the type of guy or gal who commented on my post about the badges all non-moslems in Iran might be forced to wear?

Jew hating and America-hating is enough? Is that all it takes for them to believe the word of international criminals who are desperately trying to spread their cult throughout the world?

6 comments:

Lemuel Calhoon said...

Yes. I believe you have it worked out. As far as the American and European Left is conserned the enemy of my enemy is my friend. The friend of my enemy is my enemy.

The US = The Great Satan
Israel = The Little Satan

Fits said...

Sad shit, isn't it. I've decided to just laugh at these fragile little clowns. Went through their bullshit many moons ago, and for me it's deja vu. Can't believe they can take themselves seriously, and perhaps we've all been too hasty and maybe all it is is one big joke that we haven't figured the punchline to.

Cookie..... said...

I can attest to their bullshit myself as well Fits...still stirs a part a me that wants to flatten their noses against their face's...something I did...and wrote about in a much earlier post...felt soooo god-damned good it did......a little messy...but wurth it....

Fits said...

Blogging can be a decent catharsis, Cookie. Sure beats slogging mile after mile under 80 lbs of gear with the hope of getting a good shot in. We're too old for that shit anyway.

Cookie..... said...

Ya...too old...that really sux don't it Gunny...but as they say...it sure as hell beats the alternative...

Fits said...

When my time comes I just might enjoy haunting a few folks. And that's the definition of a true optimist