Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Yet More Obama Street Art

What's up with this sticker? I'm not sure if it was intended to be sarcastic or not. After all, this is Obama County, Brooklyn, the seat of the Statist menace.

Obey Obama? No! Personally, I'd rather not!

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Protests Against the Islamic Regime in Iran, Times Square, New York City

I went to the protests in Times Square today against the Islamic Regime in Iran and what I found was interesting and surprising.

There were
two separate demonstrations taking place.

The larger protest organized by United For Iran would not allow another group who were carrying the Persian flag to join them, so they had to set up their demonstration across the street. Someone referred to them as 'Monarchists.'

Full report, photos and videos!

Bashing John McCain? While Obama the Undocumented dithered, McCain was the one who stood up for the Iranians who were bravely protesting the stolen elections in June.

Rupert Murdoch is on their hit list alongside Khameini and Ahmadinejad?

Attica? Abu Gharaib? Although it was cut out of my photograph, in the right corner of this protest sign there was a picture of Leonard Peltier. I was sensing a definite Leftist theme here...

Who will liberate Hillary Clinton? A divorce attorney maybe?

There were also a couple of Communists waving red flags on hand.
They were rejected by both groups. By the same token, the Communists were having none of the appeasement crowd either!

Rest in Peace, dear sweet Neda.
As well as all of the others brutally savaged or held captive by the Mullah's regime.

The large crowd was comprised of mostly young people who exuberantly chanted and embraced the slogans, green headbands and armbands with a kind of MTV-like energy. As well-intended as they might have been they were unaware that they were not demonstrating to finally remove the brutal and sadistic Islamic regime in Iran--but to simply change it.
I cannot confirm this, but I heard that United for Iran protest was likely financed by the Iranian government.

Here to follow are the other protesters who were not allowed to demonstrate alongside the United For Iran organization.
They proudly waved the Persian flag and the American flag together and called for an end to the Islamic regime. They were an older generation, many of which were Persians who remember Iran before the 1979 revolution. They were very serious and passionate. Some had never protested in their lives before. They came to join the main demonstration, but were not allowed to participate.

They had a very ominous banner shown in this video clip.

After a while, all parties marched over to the United Nations for the second part of the demonstration. I will update later with reports from fellow bloggers.

Here is my complete photo slide show of the day's events. Please click to see them all!

Updates to come, so please come back...