A letter to Mahmoud

How sad it is that I live on a planet where still in this day and age we continue to hear that there are still those have yet to be enlightened to the fact that each person regardless of nationality has the God-given right to believe in whatever god they so choose to worship.  Mr. Ahmadinejad, tell me this you murdering bastard, do you really think the world believes you when you accuse Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani of rape just because he will heed to your wishes and recant his Christianity?  That is such an overt transparent lie.

As a Buddhist I do not believe in my heart a lot of what Christianity and the Holy Bible espouses as the church has had a long history of brutality, murder, corruption and lies.  Albeit I would never murder someone and make up lies just because this person believes in another system, and my government does not even care they I may believe in some other form of belief.  That is just insane that they would, and if ever they did, they would NOT be office anymore.  We would tear down Washington D.C. with a vengeance and the blood of many would warm the Potomac river and they know this.  Are you that stuck back in antiquity with your Neanderthalithic values that you refuse to recognize these universal simple truths?   There is no wonder why your youth will soon be tearing down your walls and dismantling your government.  It is because of stories like this that leak out.  You offer nothing that is good in humanity. No human, civil or God-given rights granted each person to be whom they perceive themselves to be.

You pretend to run a sovereign government, although it is actions like this that make you out to be just another Saddam Hussein, Hosni Mubarak, or another Idi Amin.  You keep your people in fear of their lives instead of protecting your most valuable resource. You keep their silence with this fear yet you expect their loyalty.  You are not only sick, you are insane, and soon your day will come to answer for your crimes as free Iranians hold you in chains and spit on you as you see the last part of them; the bottom of their feet.  If you were in the United States there is no doubt that you would be on the streets, with no one to control, with no one to intimidate, nor to enslave; you would just be another crazed with illusions of grandeur.  Albeit, you still have a chance to do good, and give the people their god-given rights and they will keep putting up with your crap, for a while.  As you inch your way to your day of judgment, not only with your God, but your people and your crimes you will pay for, do you not see the possibility of change and redemption?  One way for you to change the inevitable would be to free Pastor Nadarkhani and renounce the state lies against him.  It would literally save your life.  Think about it.  Seriously.

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About batai52

Brother, father, photographer, filmmaker, writer, artist, veteran, Iroquois/Scottish, aquarian and lover of Martinis "so dry you have to blow the dust off." There are many I admire: Maya Angelou, Ezra Pound, Morris Dees, Cornel West and Alan Alda (Hawkeye Pierce M*SH) for his art and activism. A true activist. Me? Heading towards being a feminist and I am working on my own human condition. Onward Together!
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