While the left and the feminists rail against Bush and the Bush doctrine, grave, terrible crimes against humanity go unpunished. Women suffer horribly under sharia. Child rape, human trafficking, the litany of abuses are mind blowing.
While Hollywood makes inane ridiculous movies that are nothing short of an insult to our intelligence, our youth are distracted. Playing in sandbox of delusion while historical, life altering events continue apace across the free world.
Where is our moral fiber? Where is our moral compass? What kind of shmucks have we given the keys to our national psyche?
Eisenhower upon leaving presidential office warned us to beware the "military industrial complex". I say beware the "entertainment/media industrial complex". How can this group of influence peddlers abandon the very thing the makes America the great human experiment that she is. The war between good and evil has never been so blatant. So easy to see, understand and yet we stand around and continue to contemplate the illogical, irrational arguments of the left.
Hollywood should be telling the stories of our war heros (see sidebar) and rallying around the great fight for freedom, much the way Old Hollywood did during World War II. Instead they are polluting our fine young minds with tripe, and t & a, and punked, utter nonsense.
How can we ignore the patently obvious?
These pictures are but a small glimpse into the barbarism being exacted on the Kurds in Iran. The Kurds have been our great ally in Iraq. They are rising up in Iran and getting slaughtered. WE CANNOT, MUST NOT turn a blind eye. Outside it's America.....................
"America must not repeat its shameful policies of the past which have treated our Kurdish friends worse than Arabs who deliberately blow us apart. The same State Department, which rejected the Jews' right to a state in 1948, continues to see justice only through Arab eyes regarding the Kurds as well. "
"Too many Kurds have died as a result of such justice for Arabs only double standards. The Foggy Folks have already repeatedly told stateless Kurds that they dare not dream of the same thing that those very same Foggy Folks demand for Arabs...independence. There is no American-sponsored roadmap for the Kurds. But, in the Arabs' case, state #22--and second, not first, one to be created for them in "Palestine"--is considered a must."'
Below is a collection of links to news and commentary on the recent protests in Eastern Kurdistan published on KurdishMedia.com so far.
Iran’s violent campaign against the Kurdish people must stop! [10/08]KAES defends rights of the people of Eastern Kurdistan [09/08]
KNC: Iranian regime is incapable of reform [09/08]
Piranshahir like a deserted city on Sunday [08/08]
Twenty killed in clashes as unrest sweeps Iran [08/08]
The uprising continues in Eastern Kurdish cities [08/08]
Congress of Iranian Nationalities for a Federal Iran in support of the people of Kurdistan [08/08]
Iranian regime prevents doctors from seeing injured Kurds [07/08]
PUK security shoots at Eastern Kurdish protesters in Sulemani [07/08]Ahwazi Arabs in solidarity with Iran’s Kurds [07/08]
Attacks on the Kurds in Eastern Kurdistan condemned in Wan [07/08]Further unrest in Kurdish western Iran kills two [07/08]
Reported protests in Eastern Kurdistan [07/08]
Iranian oppression of Kurds condemned by rights group [07/08]