MEK protest at Canada’s Parliament Hill: has there been a genocide in Iran?

Yesterday, I went for a drive with my friend.  As we drove past the Parliament Hill, we saw a lot of people protesting.

As journalists, this awoke our interest:  there is no way to know what event/protest will happen on Canada’s Parliament Hill, or when, because the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police – the guardians of the Parliament Hill – and whose copyright is protected by the Disney Corp. – just in case you had not been intimidated by their legal reach within the copyright ‘law’) refuses to publish the list of officially permitted protests on ‘The Hill’.

Because someone might counter-protest the demonstration – and that would just bee too stressful for Canadian law enforcement to, well, police.

So, seeing an interesting event happening on ‘The Hill’, I pulled over and let my buddy walk over and investigate what this whole thing was about.

It turns out that the rally was by MEK, and that they were protesting the Mullahs’ involvement in the war in Syria.  I think this is very news worthy – but, please, ask yourself why you have to go to an obscure and minor blog such as mine to get this news, worthy of global attention (in my never-humble-opinion)…

This is important – please, help spread the news!!!  The MSM surely won’t…

Caroline Glick: The Iran Deal – Implications for International Security

An interesting point of view on Iran and the dynamics surrounding it

I stumbled on this channel, CaspianReport, and found it very interesting.  Their YouTube page intro says:

Analysis and insight in the culture, history and politics of the world by a group of students based in Azerbaijan.

Interesting, is it not?

Here is their perspective on Iran’s sphere of influence:

Here is their perspective on Iran’s internal dynamics:

Here is their perspective on the current activities of Iran’s proxies:

And here is their perspective on the origins of the Israel Palestinian conflict:

 

David Harris on the Iran situation

 

Claire Lopez: Next Steps on Iran

 

Iran’s “Fifth Column” Targets Canadian Schoolchildren

This is an important article in Huffington Post by David B. Harris which documents how children in Canada’s Capital – under the auspices of the Ottawa Carleton District School Board – are being taught propaganda straignt from Iran-sponsored textbooks:

‘Several of the course’s Farsi language textbooks — authorized by Iran’s Ministry of Education, bearing the Islamic Republic’s crest, and the motto “Teaching and learning is worship” — were obtained by parents and given to this blogger: They feature prominent photographs of Ayatollah Khomeini, one showing Khomeini giving a grandfatherly cuddle to a young boy. Khomeini — who killed hundreds of thousands of citizens, installed torture chambers, hunted Bahais, and sent children into the Iran-Iraq War meat grinder, adorned in burial shrouds and carrying plastic keys to paradise — is referred to as “The Kind Imam,” according to the latter book’s caption’

The books come complete, with virulent anti-semitic propaganda, labeling non-believers and dogs as ‘unclean’ and praise for Islamic martyrdoom.  It even has an illustrated story of a young hero who strapped explosives to himself and jumped under a tank to blow it up…

Lovely things to be teaching our kids…

More from the article:

‘Into the disgraceful public school situation, however, came a voice of conscience: Shabnam Assadollahi, award-winning journalist and human rights worker. An Ottawa immigrant settlement counsellor who had survived as a 16-year-old political prisoner in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison, Assadollahi managed to escape to Canada. She recognized the text books as extensions of Tehran’s efforts to groom a Fifth Column in our midst, and did her duty by her adoptive country, repeatedly remonstrating with Board and school officials about the books — without noticeable result.

Assadollahi even reported the issue to the RCMP, which seemed not to have accelerated things. For two years — as Ottawa children were exposed to Iran’s textbook poison — officials avoided meaningful action, perhaps preoccupied by the risk of political and career embarrassment, and the possibility of alienating Iran’s embassy and the increasingly influential, immigration-driven demographic of radical parents. Finally, the use of the offensive books quietly ended in 2011.’

Lovely.

Just lovely…

H/T:  BlazingCatFur

We need a separation between the UN and Islam

We, in the West, have taken for granted that there should be a separation between The State (government) and religious organizations.  This is, in no way, a universal sentiment.

To the contrary:  throughout human history, tyrants have relied on religious control over their populace to stay in power.  In the dawns of our civilization, we had ‘priest kings’, individuals who held the reins of State and religion firmly within their grasp.  Up until quite recently, European monarchies accepted the authority of the Catholic Pope to be the Kingmaker:  these mutually supporting tyrannies effectively enslaved the population.  It was not until the development of religious plurality in Europe that these shackles were broken and the age of enlightenment and reason brought us the modern era of prosperity and freedom.

It would indeed be difficult to argue that had we not rejected the collusion of State and Religion, we would be enjoying our current standard of living.

Yet, we must never forget that separation of State and Religion is the exception, not the rule in human societies.  Even today.

Therein lies the peril in ‘world government’ schemes, like the United Nations.

Because secular governments built on the consitutional democracy principle represent a minority of human population, it would be unreasonable to expect any government which is representative of all the world to reflect this minority trend.

This is why we should not be shocked by UN’s attempts to pass anti-blasphemy laws.

Since religious control over government is the norm, not the exception, it is not surprising that religions from outside the constitutional democracies would be jockeying for control over the UN.  And, since they are the only ones in the race, it ought not be surprising that they are indeed succeeding.

Islam, of course, forms the largest ‘block’ in this effort:  it really is only a question of time before Sharia will be imposed by the UN on all its member states.

Does this sound too far fetched?

Please, consider the following:  in the latest ‘Army Day Military Parade’, the Ayatollahs in Iran paraded UN military vehicles as part of their State military equipment.

Time to leave the UN – unless it is already too late!