Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Iran more Democratic than America?

Iran 's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's supporters celebrate in Tehran
Supporters of Iran 's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad react during a rally in Tehran , Iran on June 14, 2009. (UPI Photo/Hossein Fatemi)
On June 12 the Iranian government declared that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won a landslide presidential victory: 63 per cent versus 33 per cent for Mir Hossein Mousavi, his main rival.

Defying an interior ministry ban, more than 100,000 protestors took to the streets of Tehran on Monday, shouting "God is great" and carrying pictures of [Mir Hossein] Mousavi, who joined the crowds.
– Simon Bradley, swissinfo.ch and agencies
It is commonly accepted knowledge that the 2009 U.S. Presidential elections were replete with voter fraud on a national scale, รก la ACORN, illegal voters (no voter I.D.), voter intimidation (the New Black Panther Party in voter polls armed with weapons), and unfair extension of poll hours in some communities and not in others.

Yet not one Republican took to the streets in protest, not one Republican raised the issue of a tainted election and not one Republican demanded that the Supreme Court of the United States of America (our equivalent to Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the powerful Guardian Council) examine the known multiple fraudulent acts that took place in America’s 2009 elections.

Yet here’s a Country, Iran, which is not a Democratic society, not a Constitutional Republic, Iran is a Theocratic government ruled by a Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei with a figurehead President. A Country that no matter who the president is the real power is with the Supreme Leader the Ayatollah, this Theocratic government apparently could be moved to call for an investigation into possible voter fraud when the United States of American which is supposed to be the world’s example in democracy had a fraudulent election and did nothing about it. (see story)

Not only did the United States hold a fraudulent 2009 election we also managed to elect a constitutional ineligible person to be president.

The United States has a fraudulently elected non-constitutional Usurper as a president, one Barack Hussein Obama, and the western media has the unmitigated gull to call the Iran elections tainted what irony.

More than 100,000 opponents of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad defied a ban to cheer their pro-reform leader Mir Hossein Mousavi in Tehran on Monday (Keystone)

100,000 Iranian protesters defied a ban from an totalitarian Theocratic Government and they protested the outcome of their presidential election. In contrast, not one Republican Politician in a free and open Democratic Constitutional Republic was brave enough to ask for a birth certificate or an investigation into ACORN voter fraud in the 2009 president election of Barack Obama.

In this instance one would think that Iran is the free country and America is the totalitarian regime. At the very least it would seem that Iran is more Democratic than America!

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