Friday, December 11, 2009

No more leniency, Iran's chief prosecutor warns protestors: Leniency you call it?

I heard the other day from a friend that in the past few days a band of bikers (Lebas shakhsi, aka Basiji) have been trying to intimidate Mir Hossein Mousavi; by harassing him and preventing his car to move out of the Art Academy—where he works, as the fascist scene repeated, Mousavi got out of his car; away from his protectors; and walked towards the bikers; stood amongst them and said: Beat me! Kill me! Threaten me! You are just doing your job. That apparently moved many of the bikers into shame and regret and made them disperse.

Mousavi’s wife was attacked by the female version of these fascist mercenaries. She too had repeated: If you kill me, or cut me alive into pieces, will I not retract from my demand for justice and freedom. That was very brave of both of them and I think the time for that working is over. After the brutality we have been witnessing since the stolen elections I am stunned that Iran’s Chief prosecutor said there will be no more leniency.
No more leniency, Iran's chief prosecutor warns protestors

The more I learned about The IRGC and the Basij the larger and more powerful they get. I became convinced they are now in control period!

They were set up to protect the ruling authority after 1979 and are supposed to be controlled By Ayatollah Khamenei who is supposed to be the final authority. I know Ahmadinejad and 2/3 of his first 21 member cabinet are ex IRGC members and that simply reinforces that I am increasingly led to think the IRGC has become the final authority not the Supreme leader.

The Supreme leader is appearing as a puppet needed to keep the religious leaders together and to make it appear that they are still in charge. I know I am not Iranian but I was stunned to find the thugs in the IRGC and the Basij number in the millions. General Yadollah Javani, director of the IRGC's political arm says his thugs we all saw in action beating and killing protesters prevented an attempt to overthrow Islamic rule.

From what I can see Kharroubi, Moussavi, and Khatami want a return to the peoples will and Islamic rule and the IRGC who is now in charge is preventing that at all costs. The as I now know has a very strong Political arm. The IRGC also conducts popular military training, they operate a domestic media apparatus and run education programs or should we say brain washing programs to constantly increase their numbers.

Since the 1979 Revolution they have also become a major contractor with ties to firms controlling billions of dollars in business, construction, finance and commerce and are a major contractor, with ties to firms controlling billions of dollars in business, construction, finance and commerce. The IRGC is thought to be factionalized as standouts such as ex IRGC officer Ali Larijani being critics of Ahmadinejad but I certainly do not think so. They have become a major force capable of taking control of Iran and I am afraid nothing less than that is what has happened.

Not only has the IRGC perpetrated the horror and brutality we have all witnessed in and out of jail and lord knows the horror we will never know about but to add insult to injury Brigadier General Yadollah Javani a senior official with Iran's increasingly powerful Revolutionary Guard is calling for the prosecution of two key opposition leaders and a former president, accusing them of fanning the protests that have gripped the nation since its disputed presidential election two months ago.

Opposition leaders Mir Hossein Moussavi and Mehdi Karroubi, along with former reformist President Mohammad Khatami, he says should be tried for attempting to lead a Western-backed revolution that aimed to topple the regime. I am sick of hearing that crap. That was not western backed though I am sure they and us have been cheering this on. Those people merely want their true people led Republic back not the IRGC controlled Islamist Republic of Iran.

He wants the judiciary to go after them, arrest them, put them on trial and punish them according to the law. Do you know what that will do to the unrest in Iran? It will blow big time and you have to think that is what Javani wants. Then he will be able to get all this out in the open and have his millions of thugs put this to rest once and for all but I don't like what I see happening.

Javani heads the Guard's political bureau. The Guard, which was initially created to protect the leaders of the revolution, is under the direct control of Iran's supreme leader and enforces the governments' Islamic codes and morality supposedly but I believe they are actually in control

Meanwhile Karroubi steadfastly maintains an independent panel needs to investigate the rape torture and death perpetrated on those in jail and by the IRG and Basij They were throwing people of bridges and shooting them in the head, they call that leniency? I am extremely concerned for those people!

* This is scary! Please read it, I am very concerned. No more leniency, Iran's chief prosecutor warns protestors

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


an average patriot said...

I have to run out to a funeral and everything but I hope to be back later!

Holte Ender said...

Time is running out for Iran on another front, the year end deadline regarding it's nuclear program. The US, Britain and France are already calling for sanctions, but China and Russia are urging diplomacy. Some international action will be forthcoming in January. Just adds more pressure to a boiling pot.

an average patriot said...

I know! I am working on something about the thousands fleeing as the noose tightens! Further sanctioning will only hurt the people further and piss off Iran who will clamp on them even further!

Brother Tim said...

People get the government they deserve. Look at our own sorry, corrupt system. I don't spend time worrying about what's happening with governments halfway around the world. I worry that all of our instigating and intrusions in other countries' conflicts and domestic agendas will weaken our military to the point of not being able to adequetely defend our own country. Our government, and it's military, were set up to defend and protect our borders and the nation it encircles. It was not founded to be an international police force. Live and let live, Jim. If these people want change, THEY will effect it, regardless of how high the mountain may be. History bears this out. Believe it or not, some peoples and countries have no qualms living under such circumstances. Hell, look what we're letting OUR leadership do to us.

Just because your nextdoor neighbors do not live exactly like you do, does not give you the right to blow up his house or kill his children.

Matthew 7:3-5
And why beholdet thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and behold, a beam is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.

These are wise words, my friend, and very applicable to the United States, and the current affairs of the world.

And don't hand me any crap about how we are concerned about these people's welfare. We couldn't care less about them if we tried. The peoples of China and Russia are living under similar conditions, yet you don't see us pre-emptively attacking and occupying those countries. You know the reason for that. We only invade and occupy smaller weaker nations that don't have the means to adequetly fend us off. THAT'S the true reason we don't want Iran to be nuclear armed. Look at North Korea. Look at the way those people are living. Since they've become nuclear armed, we have been eerily silent.

There is a very nasty word that describes America's behavior....BULLY. And we all know what eventually happens to bullies.

God Help Us.......Please!

an average patriot said...

I agree Brother, God help us! I am a to each his own kind of guy and could even let it go if Iran did go after Israel but when all is said and done I think our mis-leaders will take them on! Brother like it or not the Forever war Bush was instigating is progressing and out of our control now. I was just watching the fervor in Cuba being credited to us. Our future is a nightmare I see!