I recently learned that the President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has a blog. According to the New York Times, the “comments posted on the Web log are screened, the ones on the English version are more hostile than the ones in Persian.” Hehe, no surprise there, seeing as how an unkind word might get you horse-whipped until your back falls off and you end up eating curried peas through a straw for the rest of your days.
I got to give my boy props though, at least this way there is a line of communication for cats to explain to him that the Members-Only jacket fad ran aground in 1985. But maybe he kicks it Western-retro like that strictly for pimpin’ purposes. Also, you don’t find too many World leaders these days who leave an empty chair sitting next to them just in case the the 12th Imam decides he is ready to crawl out of the well he fell into back in 900 A.D. and bring about the “end-o-days “ scenario that I been dreadin’ like a muthafucka.
Seeing as how the militaristic arm of the Zionist lobby took a beating last week with the release of the NIE, Mahmoud is probably kicking it large with a couple of Hefty-Cinch sack covered olive-skinned sistahs in a hot-tub full of honey and marshmallows.
Anyways, I decided to give an American shout-out to the “Planet of the Ape” lookin’ midget hustler. This is what I posted on his blog:
Hey Mahman? How are things in the Persian Empire? I saw 300 the other day and I agree with you, that was a disrespectful representation of the great warriors of your nation.
Anyways dig, what is up with the students protesting in Tehran the other day? I thought you had that place under control. You didn’t see a bunch of crazy bastards jumping around at Columbia, did you? Maybe those students did not feel compelled to petition their government for human rights. Something to think about though, right?
A dictator’s grip on power is elusive and tenuous, much like balancing a a monkey on a bicycle.
This is a picture of the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him).
P.S. I am not subject to your restrictions on free expression.
I was gonna write “Prophet Mohammad (pieces of bacon be upon him)”, but I didn’t want to instigate an unnecessary slaughter of myself at the hands of my local Hezbollah Chapter brethren.
That whole bit about Muslims getting all up in arms and slittin’ necks over their religion is way misunderstood. Islam is a compassionate, benevolent, kind, gentle, and loving faith. Now when you step out of line, and unfairly criticize any person’s religious beliefs, you bought your own ass-kicking. I mean what would happen in this country if some rat-scumbag wannabee artist put a crucifix in a jar of urine at an art museum? You would see a bloodbath on the streets, and rightfully so. Religion is of critical import to billions of people and therefore deserves the protection from thoughtless punks who wish to blaspheme or ridicule.
All I am saying is there are certain things that should not be thought or said in the interest of comity, respect, and the appreciation for other’s closely held beliefs. Religion should be free from criticism, despite the barbarism of its teachings, the harm it does to women, or its likelihood to insight the violent actions of brain-washed morons. When you speak out against religion, you do so at your own peril. Do not expect me to contribute to the purchase of your pine-box when you call others sacred beliefs, religious world-views, or Holy Books into question – you are a fool and a hata.