10 June, 2005

More Unrest in Iran

A huge portrait of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was pulled down from an overhead bridge and set on fire on Abresan Street. Young men and women were seen dancing around the burning portrait, shouting “freedom, freedom”.


Wow, for once, something or someone, not American was burned in effigy, while a crowd of people chanted, not "Death to America", but instead, "Freedom, Freedom".
Golly gee, Uncle Joe, what's this world comin' to?

1 comment:

Glen Dean said...

This kind of thing just doesn't get reported in the Western Media. Its too bad, because thanks to the media, most Americans think the average Iranian likes living under tyranny.