Great Graffiti from Tehran

Cool anti-US graffiti in Tehran.

I so want a poster like this. Where do I get one of these anyway? The Iranian regime is no good, but there’s a tiny place in my heart for all America-haters out there. Even you, Sheik bin Laden, wherever your poisoned soul may be.

By the way, who’s worse? Bin Laden or the USA?

Bin Laden killed 3,000 people on 9-11.

America deliberately murdered 1.5 million Iraqis with sanctions before 2003, then invaded Iraq, which killed 1.2 million people.

That’s 2.7 million people in a very short period of time. Who can beat a record like that? When it comes to killing the most innocent people in the shortest period of time, I don’t think anyone can beat the U$$$$A. You might even say:

We’re number one!

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

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13 thoughts on “Great Graffiti from Tehran”

  1. Lindsay, why don’t you go live for a year or two under Sharia law and take a look at those atheists and gays hanging from cranes in public squares in Iran and THEN lecture us about how bad America is and how cool that Iranian grafitti is, OK?

  2. You can make your point about US foreign policy without engaging in made-up-numbers games.

    Nowhere near 1.5 million Iraqis died due to “sanctions” ca 1991-2003 – that is pure Saddam propaganda. The real number was a small fraction of that – and Saddam could have had the sanctions lifted at any point had he cooperated fully with UN inspectors. You seem to forget that the sanctions were NOT “American” but UN through and through.

    And nothing like 1.2 million Iraqis have died violently since the 2003 invasion. The real number is perhaps a tenth that, and most were killed by fellow Iraqis. A multi-sided civil war has raged in Iraq since 2003, with its height in 2005-07, and it’s not over yet.

    Before you jump to (incorrect) conclusions: I am a military progressive – a small group – and I’ve served in Iraq several times. I thought OIF was stupid in 2003, and still do. But just because America was stupid doesn’t mean Saddam was nice; hardly. Plus he killed a lot of Iraqi Communists, not your kinda guy, I would have thought.

    Above all, I find it surpassingly weird that you downplay every one of, say, Stalin’s crimes but will accept any ludicrous number cooked up by total monsters as long as they hate the USA.

    1. @Skeptical Soldier

      The real number was a small fraction of that – and Saddam could have had the sanctions lifted at any point had he cooperated fully with UN inspectors.

      Actually he stopped the UN inspectors in 98 because they were transferring information to the Israeli Mossad and western intelligence.

      It was mainstream US news that citied that number of 1 million dead adults and half a million children.

      Before you jump to (incorrect) conclusions: I am a military progressive – a small group – and I’ve served in Iraq several times. I thought OIF was stupid in 2003, and still do. But just because America was stupid doesn’t mean Saddam was nice; hardly. Plus he killed a lot of Iraqi Communists, not your kinda guy, I would have thought.

      Yes but during the height of his killing he was fully backed and armed by the US, in fact he came to power via the CIA who the US and Germany supplied Iraq with chemical and biological weapons and was a bulwark against Islamic jihadists whose intention it seems is to replace secular regimes with Islamic ones whither it be Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, North Caucasus, Crimea and Central Asia, Xinjing (China), Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Kosovo.

      US foreign policy is distinctively anti—Christian

      And nothing like 1.2 million Iraqis have died violently since the 2003 invasion. The real number is perhaps a tenth that, and most were killed by fellow Iraqis. A multi-sided civil war has raged in Iraq since 2003, with its height in 2005-07, and it’s not over yet.

      The foreign jihadist element coming from Europe and the Mid East are being divert from our network that is supporting jihadists in Chechnya to Iraq with weapons and fighters going through Bosnia a terrorist base we created by supporting the Bin Ladin/Iranian backed Islamist regime there that financed 9/11. .

      Remember Juba the Sniper?

      http://serbianna.com/news/archives/1316

      Dead Chechens in Iraq.

      http://thomasjoscelyn.blogspot.com/2006/07/demise-of-terror-master-role-of-his.html

      @Robert Lindsay

      ”That’s 2.7 million people in a very short period of time. Who can beat a record like that? When it comes to killing the most innocent people in the shortest period of time, I don’t think anyone can beat the U$$$$A. You might even say:”

      Without firing a shot due to US and British engineered shock therapy that killed 6 million Russians and laundered well over $1 trillion between 91-98 outside the country in British offshore bank accounts not to mention all there engineered network wars they created supporting Muslim jihadists in Bosnia, Kosovo, Kashmir, Tajikistan, Chechnya, Xinjing, Afghanistan (covert support for Taliban) and Nagorno-Karabakh with the resulting rape, murder and ethnic cleansing:

      Kosovo:250,000 Serbs

      Serb Krijina: 250,000 Serbs in 3 days,

      Chechnya: 300,000 Russians which started years prior to the first war.

      Actually he stopped the UN inspectors in 98 because they were transferring information to the Israeli Mossad and western intelligence.

      It was mainstream US news that citied that number of 1 million dead adult and half a million children.

      Before you jump to (incorrect) conclusions: I am a military progressive – a small group – and I’ve served in Iraq several times. I thought OIF was stupid in 2003, and still do. But just because America was stupid doesn’t mean Saddam was nice; hardly. Plus he killed a lot of Iraqi Communists, not your kinda guy, I would have thought.

      Yes but during the height of his killing he was fully backed and armed by the US in fact he came to power via the CIA who the US and Germany supplied Iraq with chemical and biological weapons and was a bulwark against Islamic jihadist whose intention it seems is to replace secular regimes with Islamic ones whither it be Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, North Caucasus, Crimea and Central Asia, Xinjing (China), Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Kosovo.

      US foreign policy is distinctively anti—Christian

      And nothing like 1.2 million Iraqis have died violently since the 2003 invasion. The real number is perhaps a tenth that, and most were killed by fellow Iraqis. A multi-sided civil war has raged in Iraq since 2003, with its height in 2005-07, and it’s not over yet.

      The foreign jihadist element coming from Europe and the Mid East are being divert from our network that is supporting jihadists in Chechnya to Iraq with weapons and fighters going through Bosnia a terrorist base we created by supporting the Bin Ladin/Iranian backed Islamist regime there that financed 9/11. .

      Remember Juba the Sniper?

      http://serbianna.com/news/archives/1316

      Dead Chechens in Iraq.

      http://thomasjoscelyn.blogspot.com/2006/07/demise-of-terror-master-role-of-his.html

      @Robert Lindsay

      ”That’s 2.7 million people in a very short period of time. Who can beat a record like that? When it comes to killing the most innocent people in the shortest period of time, I don’t think anyone can beat the U$$$$A. You might even say:”

      Without firing a shot due to US and British engineered shock therapy that killed 6 million Russians and laundered well over $1 trillion between 91-98 outside the country in British offshore bank accounts not to mention all there engineered network wars they created supporting Muslim jihadists in Bosnia, Kosovo, Kashmir, Tajikistan, Chechnya, Xinjing, Afghanistan (covert support for Taliban) and Nagorno-Karabakh with the resulting rape, murder and ethnic cleansing:

      Kosovo:250,000 Serbs

      Serb Krijina: 250,000 Serbs in 3 days,

      Chechnya: 300,000 Russians which started years prior to the first war.

  3. You should avoid attacking tea party supporters because it is a cultural conflict rather than an economic one at the core. Charles Murray sums it up right here. He talks about the “new” cognitive elite and class stratification and generated a lot of controversy.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/10/22/AR2010102202873.html
    I’m inclined to sympathize with log cabin style republicans even they may be racist and ignorant.

    1. Well, as far as the economic part goes, these people are just flat out my enemies. There will be no peace with them ever for any reason. As a rule, I don’t even speak to US rightwingers if I can help it. I want nothing to do with them. They are the enemy.

      The Republican Party is a fanatical political party. There is nothing moderate or reasonable about them. There are almost zero Republican moderates anymore. They’re all being killed off.

      1. I wasn’t referring to “the republican party” leadership, I meant non political or locally elected tea party supporters. Attacking them will drive them further to the right. I can actually sympathize with Michele Bachmann. She is a dumbass so we should not regard her as a threat. The media is having a field day at her expense instead of focusing on more pressing issues surrounding Perry and his connection to pharmaceutical companies.

        1. Lindsay
          Many of the tea party supporters are blue collar workers and live near or below the poverty line. Economics aside, they could potentially be allies for your Populist project.

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