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article imageOp-Ed: Iran's Gay-Friendly Extermination Program

By Johnny Simpson     Mar 21, 2009 in World
If such a thing could be called a Gay Genocide, then that is exactly what is happening today in Islamist Iran. It has been the policy of the Islamic Republic since its inception in 1979. In 2005, President Ahmadinejad jacked this barbaric policy way up.
Though the term Gay Genocide may not be entirely apropos, the term Gay Holocaust in Iran could not be more so. Since the Shiite extremists in the Islamic Republic of Iran first seized power in 1979, their regime has been a living hell for all of the Iranian people. Without exception.
Dissidents. Women. Students. Ordinary citizens. Filmmakers who stumble upon mass graves. Bloggers. Even children.
Even human rights lawyers. It has been a living hell since for many outside Iran as well.
But nowhere has the fascist Islamic Republic of Iran been more of a living hell, or short, tortured existence, than for all of the innocent homosexuals living within its borders. For however long that might be.
This anti-gay pogrom has been Islamist Iran's official state policy since the Shiite extremists in Iran first seized power in 1979. For twenty-six years, the Islamist Death's Head brigades of Iran had been content to rouse the occasional gay gathering, then have some good ole' butchering fun before stringing them all up.
In 2005, however, Iran's new president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has publicly declared that there are no gays in Iran, set out in his first 100 days to make that statement a savage reality, jacking this barbaric and inhuman pogrom way up from a passive search into an aggressive manhunt, raiding gay parties, entrapping gays online, then torturing them for the names of other gays, so they can have even more torturing fun!
Then, when they're all done playing with the fags, these Islamist extremists string them up from ropes or cranes wires to die of slow suffocation and strangulation. It can take an hour to die that way, all in full public view to cheering crowds. And they even bring their kids.
Note: you have to sign in to YouTube to see that last video. I’m sure most Americans would not want their children to see such an offensive and inhuman horrorshow. Unlike some people. Lastly, you know what one of the worst and most depressing parts of this whole gay horrorshow in Iran is?
86 hits on Google for "Gay Holocaust in Iran." When that's just a good week's body count for those bloodthirsty Islamist Blackshirts! The worst part? Most of those hits are mine! And all that's just what's happening to gays alone in today's Hitlerite Thugocracy in Iran. There ARE no human rights In Iran today!
And all of that inhuman butchery and savage slaughter, directed straight at innocent gays in Iran, is happening right now. Even as I write, and even as you read. It is, in fact, a Holocaust. And it is a foul and psychotic abomination that offends every civilized sensibility I have, in every fiber of my being.
And I say all that as a straight man! This goes light years beyond gay rights!
In fact, it goes to the very heart of who we are. It is an ongoing extermination targeted at a select group of innocent human beings. Call it what you will, but it is a genocide. And it is happening even as I write these words. It will still be happening as you read them, and beyond. Until and unless we do something about it.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has essentially been one large Auschwitz for Gays, no different from Hitler's own, for thirty long hellish years. And now, Islamist Iran is exporting this abominable crime against humanity to Iraq. Their idea of a cultural exchange, I guess. Kind of like Hitler's with Europe.
Does any of this sound familiar to you? Forget Obama! To the Hitlerite Thugocracy in Iran, the Great Satan is just under new management! Sorry to bust your bubbles, people. Had to be done. Welcome to the Club.
THIS JUST IN: The Iranian Thugocracy has now humanized its anti-gay pogrom: cut 'em off or die.
I guess they have a Good Samaritan streak in 'em after all, huh? Boy, was I wrong! My heroes. Not.
I've provided a number of contact links, should you care to share with the so-designated any or all of this mind-numbing information on Iran. Better yet, heated requests for getting Roxana Saberi back home. I desperately wish you would, for Roxana's sake. If she's not being psychologically terrorized herself, she is no doubt hearing the soul-piercing screams of the damned in that torture chamber called Evin Prison.
Like from gays, for example. Remember, Roxana's an American citizen and a woman. She's no better than a dirty Jewess to those Islamist Nazis. It's Fun Time for them! I don't want her to suffer in that hellhole for two more weeks! In fact, not another minute! I want her out NOW! And you should, too.
THIS JUST IN: "Iran Imprisonment Straining Roxana Saberi's Mental Health."
Which is what I've been saying for a WEEK! Please, get on the horn, huh? For Roxana and her family? Please? With sugar on top? Again. For the sixteenth straight day of the Roxana Saberi Hostage Crisis. Please. Her Mom and Dad are really worried about her now, too.
Knowing those torturing Islamist Gestapo Stooges in Evin Prison, so am I. Have been for a week!
The contact pages. How many more days do I have to do this? They're tormenting her RIGHT NOW!
Here's the White House. Here's the State Department. Here's Congress.
Here's some for the Invisible Press: the New York Times, CNN, FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, and AP.
You can even give Sean Penn, Dustin Lance Black and Team Oscar a shout-out over at AMPAS ;-)
FYI All of my articles will contain Roxana Saberi's picture until she is free, back home and out of HELL!
And then I will put it back over my bed where it belongs ;-)
And never forget that, despite her no-doubt ongoing terrorizing, Roxana is one of the lucky ones in Iran.
Let's get her back home and out of that Iranian torture chamber NOW!
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of
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