Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Life under a brutal totalitarian regime

In the free world, the job of the police is to serve and protect. In Iran, it is to arrest and destroy. It's hard to believe--even for someone like me who, unfortunately, has spent the better half of his life under mullahs--that these gangs of soldiers who are this savagely wrecking and ransacking peoples' property are actually "The Iranian Police"...

But this is all our fault. We Iranians allow mullahs to continue to kill, torture, imprison and silence us. We allow these gangs to break into our private property, ransack our homes and arrest our loved ones. We let a mentally-disturbed individual, who dreams of expanding his ideology of terror through nuclear weapons, to take charge of our country and represent us in the world.

Trust me, we only have ourselves to blame and nobody else.

Related:The New York Times--Police in Tehran Remove Satellite Dishes