Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Morality Police In Iran

Here is a short video of an Iranian woman confronting the morality police in Iran. Dymphna has this to say about it:

...I think you will enjoy the thirty seconds or so of sweet revenge, I urge you to click on what my friend described as an example how “Iranian women are sick and tired of the women morality police.” Fortunately, you don’t need to understand Farsi to see what is happening.
It looks like Iran may be ripe for a revolution.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

1 comment:

Dymphna said...

Iran has been "ripe" for a long time. But it can't be doen without our help. Your thought reminds me: I need to find that Iranian essay about how the US could help...I put it aside to check on the author, and then forgot about it.

BTW, when I asked my activist Iranian friend how many of the 5 million or so who fled Iran are activists, she said sadly, "less than one percent."

I wonder if it would be that low for us in a similar situation. The only reason the moonbats might consider war is if someone cut off the coffee supply. Or the tinfoil.