Ayatollah: Execute Them

by | Jun 26, 2009 | Gerald Celente, Headline News | 6 comments

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    As protests against the recent Ahmadinejad victiory in Iran continue, Ayatollah Ahmed Khatami says some in Iran unrest `worthy of execution’.

    “Anyone who takes up arms to fight with the people, they are worthy of execution,” he said. “We ask that the judiciary confront the leaders of the protests, leaders of the violations, and those who are supported by the United States and Israel strongly, and without mercy to provide a lesson for all.”

    Khatami said those who disturbed the peace and destroyed public property were “at war with God,” and said they should be “dealt with without mercy.”

    Iranians, and society in the Middle East, have a different rule of law than that of the laws of Western powers. This different frame of mind when dealing with Iran on issues of nuclear power and armament must be considered, especially considering Iran’s calls for the destruction of Israel. Whether Iran is preemptively attacked, or we wait for Iran to make the bomb and use it against Western Allies, Gerald Celente’s forecast that World War III can be sparked in this part of the world should be closely monitored.

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      1. Please provide just one single piece of evidence (not MSM bullshit hype) that Iran has called for the destruction of Israel.

        On the other hand, there are almost daily calls for the destruction of Iran from both Israel and the U.S.

      2. Well, considering it is nearly impossible to get reliable information out of Iran, we must go off of what we have been fed by the mainstream translations.

        One could argue that the current President of Iran never actually called for Israel’s destruction, but it seems to be implied by their statements.



        I don’t feel like digging too deep on this, but:

        “”If we get through this brief period successfully, the path of eliminating the occupying regime will be easy and down-hill.” -Ahmadinejad  2006  in reference to the Gaza/Israel negotiations. This does not sound like a peaceful solution to the Israeli problem.

        Perhaps the phrase “destruction of Israel” or “Wiped off the map” as translated in English has not been stated by the President of Iran, but it is obvious that the President of Iran, and more than likely the head cleric and the rest of top Iranian leaders subscribe to the idea that Israel should not not exist.

        Of course, we need this conflict, manufactured or not… There always has to be an enemy. So why the hell not Iran?

        The real questions is whether or not Iran, if in possession of a nuclear weapon, would actually use it on Israel, Europe or the United States. If you believe no, then nothing need be done about Iran and they’re essentially all talk. But, if perhaps their is the possibility that they would use a nuke, just for shits and giggles, then something should, and probably will be, done about it.

        Of course, there is always the possibility that no WMD exist in Iran.

      3. Umm, the only country in the world that has ever used nuclear weapons on a civilian population (multiple times, btw) is the United States.  And you are worried about some country who MIGHT have nuclear capability and who MIGHT have threatened some other country? 

        I am curious as to why it is okay for the US and Israel to threaten Iran on a constant basis, but it is not okay for Iran to do the same – even though there is absolutely no positive evidence that they have.

      4. In no way am i saying that it is ok for the US or Israel to threaten Iran.. In this particular case, i am just discussing my personal views on the Iranian issue.

        If, in fact, the Ayatollah said that they should execute some rioters in the streets, it gives an idea of the line of thinking and rule of law in that country.

        I do believe, that if given the opportunity, Iran would pass a nuclear weapon to a ‘terrorist’ orgranization. I think North Korea would do the same. This may be an unlikely scenario, but i do not discount it as a possibility.  “Might” has always been enough to justify war, unfortunately.

        This situation is much more complex than the mainstream media has made it out to be. This post is simply an attempt to point out what the mindset of Iranian leadership is.

        That is not to say that the United States would not treat rioters in the streets the same way they are being treated in Iran. Additionally, i have no doubt that the USA or Israel would act preemptively with nuclear force if they felt so obliged. 

        Being an American I lean towards the Western view on this situation. That doesn’t mean that i wholeheartedly subscribe to the “axis of evil” theory, as I have this funny little feeling we’re all being played.

        In the end, i suspect an attack on Iran will be justified in much the same way that an attack on Iraq was justified — except now we have a beloved democrat President running the show, so we’ll pretty much have the entire country on board. The MSM will make sure of it.

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