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Lizards are spying for Israel says top Iranian advisor

Over the years, various countries have accused the world’s only Jewish state of using a variety of less conventional secret agents. To date, they have identified the following creatures as being Israeli spies:

A Falcon (Turkey)
A Dolphin (Hamas)
A Shark (Egypt)
A Eagle (Syria)
A Griffon Vulture (Saudi Arabia)
A Vulture (Sudan)
A Bee-eater (Turkey)
A Boar (Palestinian Authority)
A Hyena (Palestinians)
A Rat (Palestinian New Agency)
A Kestrel (Hezbollah)

Today brings news that the Israelis are in cahoots with lizards, naturally.

Hassan Firuzabadi, a former chief-of-staff of Iran’s armed forces and key advisor to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, says Israel is using lizards to  “attract atomic waves” and spy on his country’s nuclear program.

“Several years ago, some individuals came to Iran to collect aid for Palestine… We were suspicious of the route they chose,” he tells the ILNA news agency.

“In their possessions were a variety of reptile desert species like lizards, chameleons… We found out that their skin attracts atomic waves and that they were nuclear spies who wanted to find out where inside the Islamic Republic of Iran we have uranium mines and where we are engaged in atomic activities.”

Lizards, of course, are not spying for the Israelis. They are spying for their fellow members of the House of Windsor.

Spotter: Daniel Sugarman

Posted: 14th, February 2018 | In: News, Politicians | Comment

Anyone who cares about freedom should look at Iran and abandon Labour

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The Labour Party is unfit for purpose. Nora Mulready is relinquishing her Labour membership after 20 years:

In recent weeks, Labour could not make a simple statement in support of those protesting for freedom in Iran. It couldn’t give a straightforward condemnation of a regime that stones people to death for adultery, publicly hangs gay people, and forces women by threat of criminal punishment to wear headscarves in public. The hard left’s virulent anti-Americanism renders it ‘just not that simple’. No, with the influence and influx of ‘Stop The War’ ideologies, Labour has been dragged so deeply down the rabbit hole of anti-imperialist theories that they cannot condemn dictatorial, theocratic, repressive Iran in case it somehow strengthens, or implies support for, democratic, secular and free America. My Labour would see America is a necessary bulwark against Iran, yet the Labour we have sees Iran as a necessary bulwark against America. I cannot in all good conscience tell a single person to vote for that.

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Posted: 30th, January 2018 | In: Politicians | Comment

Read the leader of Iran’s Communist Party’s open letter to Jeremy Corbyn

Nora Mulready wonders why Labour is not upset by the uprising in Iran. She points us to a letter written by the leader of the Workers Communist Party of Iran written to Jeremy Corbyn, formerly a presenter on the Iranian State’s Press TV. She notes: “Well worth reading. Remember, communists & students started 1979 revolution & were butchered by Islamists at end. Takes real courage, not dinner party grandstanding, to be a communist in Iran.”

To: Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party

7 January 2018

Dear Mr Corbyn

In solidarity with the heroic struggle of the people of Iran against one of the most despotic, brutal, anti-working class and misogynistic regimes in the world, and on behalf of the largest working-class party of the left opposition in Iran, I am writing to ask you to distance yourself immediately from the disgraceful comments made yesterday by the Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry. I am asking you to break your silence and to come out unreservedly on the side of the people in Iran in their heroic struggle against their oppressors.

Siding with the oppressors of the people or even staying silent or prevaricating on the rightful protests by the workers, women and the youth in Iran against the corrupt and reactionary Islamic Republic, whose leaders have amassed billions, while subjecting workers to abject poverty, smashing workers’ organisations, throwing trade unionists to jail, committing state-sanctioned discrimination and violence against women and LGBT people and executing dissidents in their tens of thousands, would be a grave political folly for the Labour Party. Once this regime is overthrown by the ongoing heroic rising of the people, the people of Iran will not forget who was on their side and who sided with their oppressors.

Your declared aims of fighting for a better world, for economic equality and for social justice won you great following among millions of people in Britain and internationally, who enthusiastically supported you in your leadership campaigns and in the 2017 general election on a progressive platform to address the widening inequality and the growing injustice in the UK.

However, these are exactly the same issues – on a far harsher and more brutal scale – that have brought millions of people onto to the streets of Iran today. The workers, women and youth in Iran are protesting against grotesque levels of inequality, lack of basic political and social freedoms and a medieval religious dictatorship that is an affront to the collective conscience of humanity in the 21st Century. People in Iran do not want the accumulation of wealth in the hands of the 1% and the billionaire clergy while they try to survive on a minimum wage that is one-fourth of the official poverty line. They do not want the vile state discrimination against women, which officially defines them as minors and the property of their male guardians; they do not want compulsory veiling and gender apartheid. They do not want the imposition of a religious state and religious thought. In one word, the people of Iran do not want the Islamic Republic. They have risen up against the Islamic Republic because they want economic equality and political and social freedoms. They want a better world and a life worthy of human beings. They are right to demand this, and should have the people of the world’s unreserved support.

Siding with such an obnoxious regime and disgracefully declaring, as Emily Thornberry has, that it is not clear who is right or wrong in this struggle of the oppressed against their oppressors will forever stay in the memory of the people of Iran. It will seriously harm the credentials of a progressive and egalitarian party that you are trying to build. It will disillusion millions of your supporters who rushed to your support precisely because they believe in equality and social justice everywhere. It will alienate your grassroots from the leadership, and mark a shameful moment in the life of your new party. It will be an irredeemable political folly and a historic moral disgrace for the Labour Party.

I hope the utterances of Emily Thornberry were an isolated case, which she will come to regret and openly apologies for. In any case, I urge you, as the Leader of the Labour Party, to distance yourself in the clearest terms from those comments and to come out unreservedly and unambiguously on the side of the people of Iran in these momentous days.

Hamid Taqvaee,
Leader of the Worker-communist Party of Iran

Spotter: Nora Mulready

Posted: 9th, January 2018 | In: Politicians | Comment

Iran tells fighter to abandon sporting values, lose deliberately and avoid Israeli athlete

Alireza Karimi-Mashiani israel iran


Iran has set out to prove that sport is pointless. Iranian wrestler Alireza Karimi-Mashiani was winning a quarter-final fight in the under-23 world championships. Russian fighter Alikhan Zhabrailov looked set to lose the 86kg bout. The winner would take on Israel’s Uri Kalashnikov. A voice calls out, reportedly, “Alireza, you have to lose!”

“In a moment, my whole world seemed to come to an end,” Karimi tells the Iranian Students News Agency. “I was told that the Israeli wrestler defeated his American rival, and that I must lose to avoid facing an Israeli opponent. I have trained hard for months to win a gold medal, and it was easy for me to win.”

Poor sod. But no matter about your sporting prowess. The State loves you. You’re not an athlete. You’re a role model. Iran’s sports ministry posts a statement: “Your noble and heroic action in the world competition in Poland, abandoning the medal and the podium in support of the highest human values, is a source of pride and praise.”

What those values are is not noted. But we believe them to be not a lot unlike the values extolled at the 1936 Olympics. Front Page Mag goes further: “The Mullahs transform international sport into Jew-hate.”

Now those results in full.


Posted: 29th, November 2017 | In: News, Sports | Comment

Jeremy Corbyn on Clive Lewis: context is no excuse in Britain but anything goes in Iran

Jeremy Corbyn tells the BBC about Clive Lewis, the Labour MP recorded telling a man, “On your knees, bitch“:

“Completely wrong, he should never have said it, completely unacceptable comments. He has apologised, I’ve been in touch with him, he’s been in touch with me to apologise personally to me and it’s a message to everybody that this kind of language is not acceptable in any circumstances, any time.”

Here’s the man who used to work for the Iranian government’s Press TV talking about causing offence. (Corbyn earned £20,000 from Iran’s propaganda broadcaster.

In 2011, Britain’s Ofcom media watchdog fined the company £100,000 for airing an interview with jailed Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari, saying the interview had been held under duress and after torture while Bahari — now a British resident — was in prison following his coverage of the 2009 Iranian presidential elections.)

That’s Iran where they execute you for being gay, deny the Holocaust, persecute Kurds and treat women as second-class citizens:



It’s all about standards, eh, Jezza. And nothing biased in any of it, of course. This is the same Lewis who said of Corbyn’s old paymasters in Iran: “There are far too many in politics today who wish to criticise only countries that fit into a black and white binary world view.”

Clive Lewis told the Commons on October 11, 2017:

“It was quite shocking to listen to the seemingly inexhaustible list of human rights abuses by Iranian authorities. It was quite numbing to hear them all. I think it is right that we focus on human rights, as that issue has been a central thrust of my very short parliamentary career since being elected two years ago, but I would also like to focus on the fate of journalists, both those working inside Iran and those working remotely from the UK. I declare an interest as a former BBC journalist and the chair of the National Union of Journalists parliamentary committee. I do that for the record to state my solidarity with journalists both in Iran and around the world, who strive to do nothing more than ask questions in an attempt to hold power to account.

“As we know, Iran has elections that many other inhabitants of the middle east can only envy. Here I state a truism, but it is essential that we set it down, that elections are only ever one element of a functioning democracy. A democracy where bloggers and reporters must risk their lives and the well-being of their families in order to comment on the political life of their country cannot be seen as a democracy in the true sense. Democracy is not worth the ballot paper it is printed on without freedom of the press. There is a barrier to informing the electorate, as the press provides feedback to the legislature. The often brutal suppression of those speakers also creates a chilling fear that acts as a cancer on all of those forming opinions and the ability to take action in the public arena.

“As my hon. Friend the Member for Torfaen (Nick Thomas-Symonds) mentioned a constituent of his who has been in prison, I would like to mention three journalists who are being held and are on hunger strike. Soheil Arabi has been in prison since 2013 and has been on hunger strike for over a month. Mehdi Khazali was arrested in August and has been on hunger strike since the day of his arrest. Ehsan Mazandarani was arrested in 2015 and has been denied early release despite very poor health. There are many more prisoners I could mention. Their stories make for chilling reading.

“The long arm of control reaches way beyond Iran and stretches as far as those working in our very own BBC, as the hon. Member for Argyll and Bute (Brendan O’Hara) mentioned. Charges have been filed against almost all the Iranian journalists working for the BBC’s Persian-language service in London; 152 journalists have been charged with conspiracy against Iran’s national security and have faced constant harassment and intimidation and an effective freeze on all their Iran-based assets. Those charged cannot defend themselves unless they return to Iran, which they feel unable to do for fear of reprisal. I beg the Minister to raise these names whenever he meets his Iranian counterparts and to push the issues of journalism, freedom of the press and democracy very clearly, as I know he will.

“To end with a general comment, there are far too many in politics today who wish to criticise only the countries that fit into a very black and white binary world view. I am not one of them. I believe it is entirely possible—nay, essential—to criticise and hold to account Iran just as much as Saudi Arabia for human rights abuses and attacks on civil liberties. The two are not mutually incompatible. The same applies to the US and Russia and the questionable choices those Governments continue to make domestically and internationally. In fact, our hand is strengthened and our criticism is more valid when we show neither fear nor favour to any country or regime, wherever they may be, whether they be friend or ally, when defending human rights and civil liberties.”

Anyone see Corbyn’s ears burning?

Posted: 21st, October 2017 | In: Key Posts, News, Politicians | Comment

Jeremy Corbyn, Press TV and a ‘mere £20,000’ filthy lucre

Jeremy Corbyn has appeared on Press TV five times. Press TV is the Iranian regime’s propaganda channel. It used to be broadcast in the UK but it was banned “for its role in filming the tortured forced-confession of Iranian liberal journalist Maziar Bahari.” Bahari has called Corbyn a “useful idiot”, adding:

People who present programmes for Press TV and get paid for it should be really ashamed of themselves — especially if they call themselves liberals and people who are interested in human rights.

You can watch Corbyn at work here.

The Mail adds:

One Labour MP criticised the party leader’s links to Press TV, and said he should donate all the money to a Jewish charity. In 2011 Mr Corbyn took part in a round-table discussion on the channel with journalist Yvonne Ridley, lamenting the killing of Osama bin Laden.

Mr Corbyn told PinkNews his £20,000 fee for four appearances between 2009 and 2012 ‘wasn’t an enormous amount, actually’.

Is it enough to buy a train ticket?

Posted: 3rd, September 2016 | In: Politicians, Reviews | Comment

Press TV: Londoners are living on ‘floating shacks’

“Londoners choose to live on boats over soaring housing costs,” reports Iran’s Press TV.


Press TV London boats


The story is monumental nonsense.

Private rents in London have risen to cost about half the average salary; therefore, some tenants have turned to inexpensive rooms on boats described by many as “floating shacks.”

Will Iran give refuse to the new boat people?

Miss Tindle, who hopes to be at their destination, Brentford Island Marina, within ten days, before the start of term on September 29, said: ‘It’s so exciting. The boat’s been done up so nicely with ashwood interior.

‘It’s such a luxury and glam place to be and something to be proud of.’

So they say.

Posted: 8th, July 2015 | In: Reviews | Comment

Pimp My Steroptype: woman smokes marijuana with Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran

Pimp my stereotype: an occasional look at subverting racial and cultural stereotypes.


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capriciousyouth points us toward these photos of a young Iranian rolling a marijuana joint on a 5000 Toman banknote featuring Ayatollah Khomeini, who in 1979 made Iran the world’s first Islamic republic.


khomeni joint marijuana iran



Spotter: Nicola Zolin

Posted: 18th, March 2015 | In: Reviews | Comment

Iranian university mullah says Jews use magic genies to spy

Jews are magic

Jews are magic


Hold the chicken soup, Ismail. A mullah at Tehran University reveals on Iran’s Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, IRIB, that Jews use magick for espionage.

Valiollah Naghipourfar asks:

“Can jinns be put to use in intelligence gathering?”

And would one be wasted on him?

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Posted: 24th, February 2015 | In: Reviews | Comments (2)

Barack Obama: The ‘True Anti-Semite’ Who Wants Peace With Nuclear Iran

BARACK Obama has been corresponding with Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s leader.


The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Obama had secretly written Khamenei in October to discuss U.S. and Iran’s common interest in combating ISIL. According to the report, Obama said that U.S.-Iran work in the fight against ISIL relied upon Iran’s cooperation on reaching a long-term agreement on the country’s nuclear program by the Nov. 24 deadline.

The report also indicated that Obama assured Khamenei that U.S. airstrikes in Syria would not target the regime of President Bashar Assad, an important ally for Iran.

The BBC profiled Khemenei as a Holocaust denier (he is), bigot and sworn enemy of the West.

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Posted: 7th, November 2014 | In: Politicians | Comment (1)

Oil Wars: Saudi Arabian Terror And Obama’s Subservience Are At The Heart Of The IS Crisis

The President of the USA Barack Obama bows to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, before the official G20 photocall with the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Picture date: Wednesday April 1, 2009.

The President of the USA Barack Obama bows to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, before the official G20 photocall with the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Picture date: Wednesday April 1, 2009.

IS Saudi Arabia at the heart of the IS crisis?

Last year, Syria’s Bashar al-Assad was the enemy. He had crossed Barack Obama’s “red line”, the President of America reasoning that shooting people in the face was not as bad as poisoining them.

The Saudis want Assad gone.

The WSJ noted a deal:

When Mr. Kerry [US Secretary of State JohnKerry]  touched down in Jeddah to meet with King Abdullah on Sept. 11, he didn’t know for sure what else the Saudis were prepared to do. The Saudis had informed their American counterparts before the visit that they would be ready to commit air power—but only if they were convinced the Americans were serious about a sustained effort in Syria. The Saudis, for their part, weren’t sure how far Mr. Obama would be willing to go, according to diplomats.

The US needed a big Arab ally to get ISIS. So:

The Americans knew a lot was riding on a Sept. 11 meeting with the king of Saudi Arabia at his summer palace on the Red Sea. A year earlier, King Abdullah had fumed when President Barack Obama called off strikes against the regime of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad. This time, the U.S. needed the king’s commitment to support a different Syrian mission—against the extremist group Islamic State—knowing there was little hope of assembling an Arab front without it.

At the palace, Secretary of State John Kerry requested assistance up to and including air strikes, according to U.S. and Gulf officials. “We will provide any support you need,” the king said.

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Posted: 13th, October 2014 | In: Key Posts, Reviews | Comments (2)

Iran’s space monkey was faked: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad invents cheesecloth pantaloons

IRAN did not fire a monkey into space. When Anorak read the news that Iran had done what the USA had done in 1961, we feared that before long Iran’s go-ahead leaders would be wearing cheesecloth pantaloons, reinventing the TV dinner and invents computer smaller than a one-bedroom flat.

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Posted: 1st, February 2013 | In: Technology | Comment

Go-ahead Iran invents machine to decapitate fingers and fires monkeys at Israel

EARLIER this week Iran shot a monkey into space. It is feared that very soon Iran will firing monkeys at Israel. Anorak’s security expert tells us that at the current rate of technological progress, the next forty years should see Iran: discover Pot Noodle; build a computer smaller than a bedroom; have hands free dialling; syndicate Deal or No Deal; and learn that taking two bottles into the shower is not always necessary. For now, though, Iran is rejoicing that a monkey has made it into the great known, an event that follows the news that the country has invented a machine for amputating the fingers of thieves.

Iran’s ISNA news service has released images of three hooded officials holding a man’s hand in a vice as another turns a blade attached to what appears to be 1962 Signer sewing machine.

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Posted: 30th, January 2013 | In: Technology | Comment

PETA don’t like monkeys in space

IRAN have announced that they are going to send a monkey into space, and despite the fact half the celebrity world is fighting for a place on Richard Branson’s spaceflights, PETA aren’t happy about it. Don’t they realise how clever a monkey has to be to be able to fly a spaceship?

Wait. The monkey isn’t willingly going? Ah.

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Posted: 29th, January 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment

Gawker says Iran wants to murder all Jews with nuclear bombs

NICE work by US online tabloid Gawker to begin a story:

Here Is the Super-Scary Chart That Iran Will Use to Kill All the Jews

The chart is from the Associated Press, which explains the above chat:

The undated diagram that was given to the AP by officials of a country critical of Iran’s atomic program allegedly calculating the explosive force of a nuclear weapon _ a key step in developing such arms. The diagram shows a bell curve and has variables of time in micro-seconds and power and energy, both in kilotons _ the traditional measurement of the energy output, and hence the destructive power of nuclear weapons. The curve peaks at just above 50 kilotons at around 2 microseconds, reflecting the full force of the weapon being modeled. The Farsi writing at the bottom translates “changes in output and in energy released as a function of time through power pulse” (AP Photo)

From that Gawker got:

Here Is the Super-Scary Chart That Iran Will Use to Kill All the Jews

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Posted: 27th, November 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

Iran’s Neda Soltani blames lazy media for her plight

THE BBC has the story on Neda Soltani NOT Neda Agha-Soltan. In 2009, Neda Agha-Soltan was killed in Tehran. The Iranian protest movement was gathering pace. Shots were fired. An unarmed woman was killed. The horror was captured on video. That video was posted on YouTube. The insurrection had a martyr. And we had a face of Iranian brutality. But the face we got was not that of Neda Agha-Soltan. We got the face of Zahra Soltani, aka Neda Soltani. So keen were large sections of the media to broadcast a face that they ever changed Neda Soltani’s name to Neda Soltan to fit the narrative.

We made a list.

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Posted: 14th, November 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

The collected marches of Iran’s Busby Berkeley divisions

WHEN the war with Iran comes, it will be won from the air. The US and her allies will have jets, bombers and space; the Iranians will have photoshop and a way to entertain the Heavens that Busby Berkeley would have loved, had he been a racist nutter with an itchy beard:

1. The yellows, whites and greens run into the blues, greys and reds without mixing. Mums faced with piles of dirty laundry get the message. These colours don’t run:

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Posted: 7th, October 2012 | In: Politicians | Comment

Iranian woman beat up cleric who ordered her to tighten her veil

TO Iran’s Semnan province, where Hojatoleslam Ali Beheshti has potted a woman. He is on his way to the mosque. He stops the woman and tells her to cover herself. She replies: “You, cover your eyes.

He warns her to cover up as he would like her to. Her headscarf is too loose for his liking. Some of her hair is showing.

He says reprimanding the woman is his “commanding right and forbidding wrong”.

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Posted: 24th, September 2012 | In: Reviews | Comments (2)

Christian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani is free: The West will beat Iran by showing it humanity

IN IRAN, Yousef Nadarkhani, the evangelical Protestant Church of Iran pastor sentenced to death for apostasy, is at home with his loved ones. He’s free-ish. Nadarkhani has been acquitted of apostasy. He has, however,been found guilty of evangelising Muslims, a crime that earned him three years chocky. He’s out because he was in prison for so long already, having been arrested in 2009 and sentenced to be killed by the State in 2010.

No word on the matter on Iran’s Press TV. No word on how the enlightened made Nadarkhani an offer: renounce his faith to escape a death sentence. About 0.5 per cent or Iranians are Christian. For the paranoid regime, that’s too many.

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Posted: 9th, September 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

Is Iran really seeking to marry girls as young as 10?

ROBERT Tait reports in the Daily Telegraph of children getting married in Iran.

…A fundamentalist MP, Mohammad Ali Asfenani, has said Iran has a religious obligation to legally recognise the weddings of girls as young as nine.

“As some people may not comply with our current Islamic legal system, we must regard nine as being the appropriate age for a girl to have reached puberty and qualified to get married,” Mr Asfenani, chairman of the parliamentary legal and judiciary committee, told Khabar Online. “To do otherwise would be to contradict and challenge Islamic Sharia law.”

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Posted: 31st, August 2012 | In: Reviews | Comments (4)

Iraq goes mad for Iran’s gold medal wrestler Hamid Soryan (says Fox News)

SO. How did Fox Sports report Hamid Soryan gold medal performance in Greco-Roman wrestling at London 2012? With the headline: “IT’S IN THE BAGHDAD!” Soryan is from Iran:

Posted: 7th, August 2012 | In: Sports | Comment (1)

Faces of the day – Iran, Jews and the nuclear question

FACES of the Day:

Ultra Orthodox Jewish sisters Simcha, left, and Miri dressed as dolls in a box wait for their mother to join in the celebration of the Purim festival in Bnei Brak, an Ultra Orthodox Jewish town near Tel Aviv, Israel,Thursday, March 8, 2012. The Jewish holiday of Purim celebrates the Jews’ salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Scroll of Esther.

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Posted: 8th, March 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

America to drop Sgt Brandon Morgan gay bombs on Iran

IN 2012, Sgt Brandon Morgan, a United States Marine, returned from a tour of Afghanistan and leapt into the arms of his boyfriend Dalan Wells.

Says Morgan:

“To everyone who has responded in a positive way. My partner and I want to say thank you. We didn’t do this to get famous, or something like that, we did this cause after 3 deployments and four years knowing each other, we finally told each other how we felt…As for the haters, let ‘em hate…”

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Posted: 28th, February 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

Hapless Iranian terrorists and Israeli victims expose Guardian bias

IS Iran trying to murder Israelis abroad, so far in India , Thailand and Georgi?. In India, an Israeli embassy official was on the way to pick up her children from school when the bomb went off.

The Israeli Defence Minister, Ehud Barak, visiting Singapore, is pretty sure it’s those bellicose Iranians:

“The attempted terrorist attack in Bangkok proves once again that Iran and its proxies continue to perpetrate terror.”

In Thailand the Iranians are darkly laughable. The Times writes:

The violence began when an explosion tore the roof off a rented house in the Ekamai district of Bangkok in the middle of the afternoon in what appears to have been an accidental detonation of a cache of explosives. After the blast one Iranian, later identified as Saeib Moradi, ran into the street.

“He tried to wave down a taxi, but he was covered in blood and the driver refused to take him,” said General Pansiri Prapawat, a police spokesman. Moradi threw a grenade at the taxi, slightly wounding the driver and three bystanders, before running away, pursued by police. He tried to throw a second grenade but dropped it, blowing off one leg and severely damaging the other.

Two other men fled the house but one, Mohammed Hazaei, 42, was arrested at Bangkok’s international airport while trying to board a flight to Malaysia. The third man was still at large…

Good news is that Iran is woking on getting the nuclear bombs. Sleep tight, Iranians. Know that nothing can go wrong. You will in no way be massacred by your own military glitches.

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Posted: 16th, February 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)