You Think Iran Is Blood Thirsty?

You Think Iran Is Blood Thirsty?
Yours truly and only: Derek Wood

Warning: I’m not a professional writer and I don’t get paid to observe and report but if I did, I should be rich.

I subscribed to a few of those Fox Facebook pages a few weeks back. This was mainly to promote The Centrist Point. Upon liking these terrible on-air personalities, I had to endure the test of toleration. Tolerating misinformed and completely bias forms of media is hard for myself to do. The people who follow these complete bias and misinformed formats are even harder to tolerate. When you scroll these pages and they post a story about Iran, the common things being said are, “thanks for raising this issue on Iran, we need to do something quick because these people are blood thirsty.”

These highly ignorant and refutable comments are exactly the problem with how people operate logic in this country. Ignoring the truth, distorting the facts proves to be a great strategy for pundits alike. Not only are they ignoring the fact that Iran hasn’t been in pursuit of a weapon (evidence points that they have no desire to build a nuclear bomb to attack any country) but they’ve also found a way to leave out how many attacks they’ve carried out against other countries as opposed to the United States. In the time span of 200 years we have their number on that one.

But we must keep a bomb out of their hands? Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich really fear a country that hasn’t even demonstrated a reason to fear it. You would think as an avid historian, Newt Gingrich would at least know about that.

So why the intervention? Because their country isn’t at times stable and they’ve had many cases of civil violence? Even if that was the case, how’s that different from the growing violence occurring in this country?

This country has had increasing number of gang activity in many U.S cities. We have kids going to school shooting up fellow students, we fiend for shows that have the word “war” in it, we cover war ( not accurately) like no other nation, and our leaders seem to think nothing but military aggression or violence will help sustain a stable earth.

It’s a joke and that’s that. However, this joke isn’t at the least bit funny. People who feed up on fearing others tend to rush to conclusions and make uncalculated mistakes. Not only do they say the most egregious things but they end up supporting candidates who feed them the distortions that are…”we must act now and if we don’t then these blood thirsty rebellions (who are Arabs) will come here and kill of our women and children because they hate our freedom (the bits left to it) and our country.”

Wake up!!! The blood drink you are drinking is the blood thirst of our own.

  1. They have said they want to wipe the Israeli people off the face of the world.i think that rifgt there is reason enough.

    • No, no they actually did not say that. Show me where they actually said this and we can discuss this further. But that’s just a bunch of made of garbage. How did you find this page if you’re believing thhat type of MSM news? I’m curious.

  2. Jacqualine Owens

    Yes I would want a video of this or well? Its made up, prove it like Andrew Breitbart did or DONT POST IT

  3. Straight from Wikipedia “The translation presented by the official Islamic Republic News Agency has been challenged by Arash Norouzi, who says the statement “wiped off the map” was never made and that Ahmadinejad did not refer to the nation or land mass of Israel, but to the “regime occupying Jerusalem”. Norouzi translated the original Persian to English, with the result, “the Imam said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time.”[12] Juan Cole, a University of Michigan Professor of Modern Middle East and South Asian History, agrees that Ahmadinejad’s statement should be translated as, “the Imam said that this regime occupying Jerusalem (een rezhim-e eshghalgar-e qods) must [vanish from] the page of time (bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad).[13] According to Cole, “Ahmadinejad did not say he was going to ‘wipe Israel off the map’ because no such idiom exists in Persian.” Instead, “he did say he hoped its regime, i.e., a Jewish-Zionist state occupying Jerusalem, would collapse.”[14] The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) translated the phrase similarly, as “this regime” must be “eliminated from the pages of history.” Black or very, very dark brown the meaning is the same. Iran doesn’t want to wipe Israel off the map, just the Israelis so that the Palestinians can have the land. That being said, Israel told the US not to intervene, they can handle it and I think that is good advice. We need to mind our own business and take care of problems at home and shrink the government.

  4. nuke them before they nuke us

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