Sting takes stand on Iran
Monotone TV personality Ben Stein has been stripped of his Sunday New York Times business column because of his work as a pitchman for a credit monitoring company.
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#1 Aug 17, 2009
The NYT is worthless and I don't believe a word of it! However I haven't read it in forty years.
#2 Aug 17, 2009
Iran's Supreme Leader has appointed Sadeq Larijani as the new judiciary chief. What's that supposed to mean? I don't know. Will Sadeq Larijani be an independent judge or just another judge who will submit to the Supreme Leader's will?
I would strongly recommend that the Regular Army of Iran closely monitor all the actions of Sadeq Larijani and his family, including his wife and children. Everything must be accounted for. He should not be allowed to act with impunity. It is the onus of the civilians of Iran to persuade the Regular Army of Iran to closely monitor all the activities of Sadeq Larijani, his wife and children, and siblings. It is the onus of the civilians and Regular Army in Iran to closely monitor all the activities of the Basiji, their wives, children, and siblings. Nobody should be allowed to act with impunity.
It is time to move to the next phase of the post-election struggle. The Iranian civilians have to take the struggle to the homes of those who have engaged in human rights abuse. The addresses of the homes of the members of Basiji and Revolutionary Guard should be located. The addresses of the schools that the children of the members of the Basiji and Revolutionary Guard should be found. These addresses should be made public in the Internet.
It is time to move to the next phase of the post-election events. There are human rights abusers in the Basiji and Revolutionary Guard. It is time to search and find the names and addresses of the wives and children of these human rights abusers. It is time to post these names and addresses on the Internet so that they can undergo public derision and censure.
The onus is on the civilians of Iran to find ways to fight for their freedom.
Yes, there are many human rights abusers. Some human rights abusers tortured people to death and others are made to disappear.
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