Sunday, October 28, 2007

Who are they to call Us 'Nazis'?

Sometimes, you just gotta wonder who these people are trying to persuade: themselves, or the rest of the world?

Take a good close look at these two photographs, taken in Iran this month, on the graduation ceremony of Sattari Military University, where everyone's favorite Islamo-nutjob, the Ayatollah Khameini, Iran's Supreme Leader, was in attendance.


Notice the Swastika in the red, white and blue "American" flag, at top, right next to a Blue Star of David. Yeah, that's right, We are the Nazis, I guess, next to our dear friends, the Israelis, depicted there.

But wait-- this is an action cartoon! In the second photograph, the green, white and red sword of Iran is coming to split the Star of David and the swastika "flag" asunder. By the way, they are preparing for war with us right now. With very fashionable, well-choreographed troops.
All is "well" in Iran led by a militaristic leader of the Religion of Peace.


Lovingly lifted from the excellent site, Kamangir (Archer) blog , run by a free, sane Iranian student in Manitoba, Canada.

Worth a visit. It is an eye opener, with alot of smuggled-out truth from inside Iran.

His site is an excellent source for unmasking the irrational, dangerous fanaticism of Islam in Iran. And it is because of guys like Archer still in Iran, that the Local Malcontent trusts that a revolution is soon to come there, liberating the country from the destitution of Islam.

3 comments:

One Southern Belle said...

Geez--what a bunch of wackos. Almost unbelieveable. To quote Paul Harvey, "It is NOT one world."

Thanks for sharing, Mal.

Red S Tater said...

...and the band is now forming a giant mushroom cloud at the 50 yard line...ahhh I love a good halftime show.

The Localmalcontent said...

To steal a pertinent line from Don McLean's "American Pie" anthem:

Now at half-time there was sweet perfume
While the sergeants played a marching tune.
We all got up to dance,
Oh, but we never got the chance!
When the players tried to take the field,
The marching band refused to yield.
Do you recall what was revealed
The day the music died?

Bye Bye...