The Dulcet Tones of the Iranian Fascist

Perhaps it is just as well, Gerard, that most of our young are too poorly educated to comprehend the truths you write. They would never sleep again. Will we still be asleep here in American when these abominations have done with Israel and turn their mad eyes on us?

Posted by AskMom at February 25, 2006 8:40 PM

Weird stuff.
And I wouldn't count on the Israelis to go quietly this time.

Posted by Raw Data at February 25, 2006 10:32 PM

You obviously grasp completely the nature of the threat. Some others of us do as well. Too many do not. Keep up your efforts to awaken and persuade.

Posted by waltj at February 26, 2006 4:44 AM

Is Hassan Bolkhari really representative of the Iranian government? He's an 'Advisor'. The US government has a fair number of nutty advisors on its payroll of all political points of view. Can we check out if he represents the government or is a lone voice? Yeah, I know about the president and the wipe out Israel stuff. That's not what I'm asking about.

Posted by WarrenW at February 26, 2006 6:50 AM

Excellent, excellent piece. Keep up the great work!

Posted by Dan at February 26, 2006 8:07 AM

The lesson of the 20th Century is, the sooner you deal with a regime like this, the less costly it will be in terms of treasure and blood. It reminds me of the penultimate scenes in Herrmann Hesse's "Journey to the East." Each trial or task that the narrator faces seems impossible, but each is more impossible than the previous, and it is up to him to choose one. What seems impossibly difficult to us now may, alas, seem frightfully easy, once we tackle what we know will have to be tackled in the end.

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Posted by Raw Data at February 26, 2006 7:47 PM

"Is Hassan Bolkhari really representative of the Iranian government?"

Yes, he is, and it's nothing new. The Iranian government has been disseminating this sort of filth for decades.

Posted by pst314 at February 27, 2006 6:37 AM