Monday, August 25, 2008

Zombie in Denver


Yep, that’s a picture of Al-Sadr on that banner. People throw around words like “traitor” far too often in my opinion, but what am I supposed to call people marching in solidarity with a religious theocrat who is responsible for the deaths of American soldiers and countless Iraqis? Anti-Imperialism...really? Is this what “anti-imperialism” has come to?

Morons of the world, Unite!

7 comments:

NeoConstant said...

Holy shit. What ignorant idiots. What is this? Is al-Sadr becoming the new Che???

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Solidarity of the brainless. Feh...

jams o donnell said...

They should have written solidity in tribute to their congealed brains... The bloody idiots

hydralisk said...

No way, I was just at zombie's website. How did I miss this jewel?

Roland Dodds said...

These pictures were posted at Pajamas Media. He has a good 5 or 6 pieces up there directly dealing with the convention.

marvin said...

Hahaha! Stupid cunts! Actually, they seem pretty savvy. They are talking the language of the left. Well, the anti-American part anyway,

TNC said...

"Anti-Imperialism...really? Is this what “anti-imperialism” has come to?"

"Anti-imperialism" simply means anti-Americanism and anti-Zionism. After all, the anti-imperialists support Russian imperialism in Georgia, Chinese imperialism in Tibet, etc., etc., etc.

Neoconstant asks:

"Is al-Sadr becoming the new Che???"

Actually, Che has morphed into an Islamist...

http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/134104

Last year, Che guevara's son and daughter were invited to Tehran University by an Iranian Islamic organization who claims to have recruited fifty thousand suicide bombers and whose agenda is an international Islamic revolution.

The founder of the organization began quoting from a Farsi book on Che's life, saying that the martyr Che Guevara was also an "internationalist" like us and would have been our comerade in arms had he been alive today. He concluded that Che was in fact a Godly man and finally met God. As is the custom in Iran, all foreign books translated into Farsi are somehow altered to suit the Islamic outlook of Iran's regime.

http://www.israelenews.com/view.asp?ID=2535

"Here are two brother countries, united like a single fist," said socialist Hugo Chávez during a visit to Tehran last November, celebrating his alliance with Islamist Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Che Guevara's son Camilo, who also visited Tehran last year, declared that his father would have "supported the country in its current struggle against the United States." They followed in the footsteps of Fidel Castro, who in a 2001 visit told his hosts that "Iran and Cuba, in cooperation with each other, can bring America to its knees." For his part, Ilich Ramírez Sánchez ("Carlos the Jackal") wrote in his book L'islam révolutionnaire ("Revolutionary Islam") that "only a coalition of Marxists and Islamists can destroy the United States."