Mock-Democracy in Iran–An Example for Americans

June 20, 2009 at 6:32 am 1 comment

I want to express my thoughts on what is happening in Iran regarding the demonstrations for a fair democracy and election process.

My regrets for those who have lost their lives and their loved ones in the past week, as well as those who have been incarcerated. I hope that the issue will be resolved without further trouble, but that does not look like the case.
 
This is happenning at a very bad time for Obama, and for those who would like to further Islamization and fascism in America. In a way it puts the Obama Administration severely on the spot…Because Obama is so enamoured by the “Muslim world”…It re-awakens, and informs the American public that Islam does not make for a desirable form of government…even if it is under the guise of a Democracy. It exposes that it is really a  “Mock-Democracy” that enlightened people are trying to get away from. It forces Obama to take a stand after he has agreed to talks without pre-conditions, and his playing up to Ahmadenjad (or shall I say Achmaed-done-a-job!) at NouRouz.  So it makes Americans wonder why does Obama play up to Ahmadenijad? And even at that, Ahmadenijad is blaming America! (Probaby for the Internet this time–and because America is supposed to be an example of a Democracy!)
 
It is important for Americans to see that even the Iranian people do not want the religious regime,  and that we should not kow-tow and accept bribes from Islamic regimes. It shows Americans the value of our Democracy, and could help us save what is left of ours!
 
It also shows my own children…because their Dad had previously convinced them that the Democracy in Iran was “the greatest Democracy in the world,” and that Ahmadenijad was well liked, and “dissenters” were a mislead few.
 
I am praying for the Freedom Fighters!

~MCL

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  • 1. Ken Moon  |  June 20, 2009 at 7:45 am

    My first comment would be that Iran is nowhere near a democracy:
    “the free and equal right of every person to participate in a system of government, often practiced by electing representatives of the people by the majority of the people”
    The current form of Gov. claims to be democratic but is in reality a dictatorship. The current leadership is in total control of all aspects of daily life.
    The comment that America is a mock democracy shows how little you know about the democratic process.

    “Democracy is like the experience of life itself – always changing, infinite in its variety, sometimes turbulent and all the more valuable for having been tested for adversity.” Jimmy Carter Speech to Parliament of India

    We are free to make changes and disagree. I cannot make any excusess for Obama. He is not a leader and is trying to make all happy by telling them what they want to hear, kind of like what he did during his election. He made many promises to make all happy.

    I hope it works out well for the people fighting for their rights in Iran. As long as the religious leaders are in the back pocket of the current regime it will be hard.

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