The evil regime in Tehran not only shot down at freedom protesters from rooftops after the election last year, they knew that the democracy activists were being raped in prison and did nothing.
Via Azarmehr:

http://cablegate.wikileaks.org/cable/2009/12/09UNVIEVIENNA553.html


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  1. Still not surprised by the leaks…

  2. wow, iranian govt officials are liaars and creeps, asrounding. Can;t these leakers be snatched off the street like Eichmann was? The USA is always surprised.
    “Poke-Salad Annie–gator’s got yr Grannie” “: perfect for Assange.

  3. ++

    l;ike we didn’t know they knew..

    what’s not only bothersome, but disturbing, is, the UN knew
    and still elected Iran to commission on Women’s Rights..

    [Without fanfare, the United Nations this week elected Iran to its Commission on the Status of Women, handing a four-year seat on the influential human rights body to a theocratic state in which stoning is enshrined in law and lashings are required for women judged "immodest."

    Just days after Iran abandoned a high-profile bid for a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council, it began a covert campaign to claim a seat on the Commission on the Status of Women, which is "dedicated exclusively to gender equality and advancement of women," according to its website.

    Buried 2,000 words deep in a U.N. press release distributed Wednesday on the filling of "vacancies in subsidiary bodies," was the stark announcement: Iran, along with representatives from 10 other nations, was "elected by acclamation," meaning that no open vote was requested or required by any member states — including the United States. FOXNews.com learned of the press release only after being alerted to it by Anne Bayefsky director of the Touro Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust.]

    this is the OBAMA & LEFTISTS mindset: we can
    force them to be good by ignoring their evil..

    “what the fascist left have been aiming for is to “equate” good with evil.. that’s the only way they can appease their conscience in the face of the harsh realities they are trying to escape from because it does not fit in with their ideological utopian matrix.. if there is no good vs evil, then all is good even if [the] all is evil..” – bg

    please wake up..

    ==

  4. So how much money do we waste a year on this wasteless piece of scum? Past time to throw them out of our country.

  5. ++

    re: #3

    oh my, this backs up my assertion re: O et al mindset, go figure..

    what’s ironic is the WaPo headline & report

    [President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad campaigned in Uganda and Zimbabwe. Behind the scenes, his flunkies twisted arms and offered favors. For weeks, feelers were sent out to all kinds of unlikely allies. What was the diplomatic prize at stake? Nothing less than a seat on the United Nations council on human rights.

    [..]

    Different American administrations have adopted different approaches to this peculiar institution. In recent years the United States has quit the council, denounced the council and isolated the council, generally with bipartisan support. Perhaps the only New York Times editorial ever written in praise of John Bolton, President Bush’s pugnacious U.N. ambassador, complimented him for advocating its radical reform.

    [..]

    Yet the council kept working to the advantage of its members: The fact is that in such places as Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Zimbabwe, praise — or even lack of condemnation — from something called the “U.N. human rights council” still carries a good deal of political weight. We might roll our eyes when a committee headed by Libya solemnly pats China on the back for its good behavior in Tibet, but in China this makes useful propaganda. We might not take seriously the umpteenth denunciation of Israel by yet another U.N. body, but the Syrian government probably finds it useful.

    Knowing this to be the case, the Obama administration, while it was pressing its other reset buttons, decided to rejoin the council in 2009, the better to “reform the institution from within.” This was not just a gesture of friendship to the human rights council but an olive branch for the United Nations itself: We were going to engage with the process, work with others, use diplomacy. We were going to change the way the committee functioned, make the United Nations work for democratic values and not against them.

    [..]

    It worked. Fearing it would lose, or fearing bad publicity that might get beamed back into the country, Iran withdrew its bid on April 23. The human rights groups claimed “victory.” American officials spoke loftily of a “step in the right direction.”

    And the result? Five days later, another committee, the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women — a body dedicated to “gender equality and the advancement of women” — put out a turgid news release announcing its new members. Among them will be . . . the Islamic Republic of Iran.]

    oh yeah, that worked, that’s what they call
    a “win win situation”, idiots all.. /gah sarc/

    ==

  6. Ya know, I’m starting to think that these WikiLeaks things aren’t so bad after all. They are (in a wierd sort of way) holding the idiots put in power by other idiots accountable for their actions. Accountable may be too strong a word. Let’s just say it’s shining a very bright light on thes cockroaches. Funny how they want these covered up real quick when Barry is in power. If Bush was still in office they would be crying for more!

  7. Who is funding Assange? Where does George Soros fit into all of this?

  8. #6 November 30, 2010 at 7:22 am
    TheTriGuy commented:

    Ya know, I’m starting to think that these WikiLeaks things aren’t so bad after all. They are (in a wierd sort of way) holding the idiots put in power by other idiots accountable for their actions. Accountable may be too strong a word. Let’s just say it’s shining a very bright light on thes cockroaches. Funny how they want these covered up real quick when Barry is in power. If Bush was still in office they would be crying for more!
    ______________

    I’ve been thinking that right along. Our “State Department” has been up to some real shenanigans since Clinton took over. No better disinfectant than sunshine.

  9. It has been my understanding that raping female prisoners and torturing male prisoners is more or less standard operating procedure inside Iranian prisons.

    And that prison guards might quickly go through that sham religious procedure of “temporary marriage” with a female prisoner in an attempt to legitimize their heinous acts.

    (Becoming a prisoner in Iran can simply happen by opposing the regime, certainly a level of power in silencing opponents that some in America would envy.)

    Of course people like Larijani & Arachnidjihad would know about these customs inside Iranian prisons. Ayatollah Khameini as well. That mean old man has been, reportedly, ailing for years, but recently it has been reported he is in the final stages of leukemia.

  10. “I’ve been thinking that right along. Our “State Department” has been up to some real shenanigans since Clinton took over. No better disinfectant than sunshine.”


    Hillary is up to her old tricks, per the inimitable Dick Morris

  11. Amazing how Islamic Iran asserts to be so moral while blaming the US and Israel for all evil in the world but once the light goes off they love to rape and torture. Nothing like a little rape to get those evil people talking. Makes me wonder if the whole regime isn’t a bunch of village people wanna-bees.

  12. It seems to me that to some extent, this particular set of leaks is actually backfiring against the administration, and indeed, justifying many of the positions of the right.

    Which leads to the question: what is their end game? What do they hope to achieve?

  13. This is not news. All of this was covered on Pam Geller’s web site, Atlas Shrugs.





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