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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Witness to Kazemi Murder Case is Executed

A British-Iranian political activist reports that a witness to murder of Canadian citizen, Zahra Kazemi, is killed by the Islamic regime of Iran.

According to news received from human rights activists in Iran, Madhan Javadolmanshi, one of the prisoners who claimed had witnessed the murder of Iranian born photo-journalist, Zahra Kazemi, was secretly executed back in August this year.

One shouldn't forget that this terrible tragedy happened while Liberal government was in charge and all they did was almost nothing. The Canadian government led by the Liberals wouldn't do any thing to bring those involved in this crime to justice.

Posted by Winston on November 12, 2006 in International Affairs | Permalink


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The liberals took no action...

Hey,at least give them points for consistency.

Posted by: Canadian Observer | 2006-11-12 11:50:57 AM

I hate to point out the incredibly obvious, but what could they do?

An extremely minor player in the world with almost no military is going to threaten the mad-man who wants to wipe Israel off the map, then the rest of the infidels?

In the words of Zel Miller, what are we going to do, throw spit balls at them? Perhaps Harper could write the US asking them to threaten Iran for us.

I'm sure that would go over well in the America hating east.

This is a perfect example of the hollow shell, the illusion that is Canada. In which people truly believe that we are somehow important, or have a voice in the world.

The same country that has seen the party that completely gutted our military, corrupted and headless, leading in the polls. Yet these same people shriek that something has to be done about that nasty Iran.

Laughable. Truly laughable.

Posted by: deepblue | 2006-11-12 12:13:11 PM

Right on Winnie! Them damned LIBERALS didn't have the balls to launch a full scale invasion of Iran to seek justice. BASTARDS! They could have at least hired Rambo to settle the score (or Mr. T if Rambo wanted too much dough).

OOPS! I forgot. This is the real world. Never mind.

Posted by: Mark Logan | 2006-11-12 12:39:56 PM

... but seriously ....

If the Conservatives are any better, why don't they do something about the case now? I mean, Toews has been on the ball with all sorts of law-and-order bills to shape up Canadian justice. So what's the matter with MacKay? Can't he now do the right thing and put the pressure on Iran needed to get justice, albeit belatedly? If not, is he just as incopetent or uncaring as the Liberals?

Reality is a bitch, Winnie. Methinks you are a blogger of very little brain.

Posted by: Mark Logan | 2006-11-12 12:45:13 PM

I had written to Pierre "the hair" Pettigrew when he was Foreign Affairs minister. It took six months for him to reply on the subject - do you know when he replied? THE DAY OF the election that took him out of power!


Posted by: RightGirl | 2006-11-12 4:22:10 PM

What we've got here is sityouashun for a big brain, pack your bags Logan and head on down to Tehran and show us how an inteeleegent fella such as yourself would bitch slap the mullahs...p.s. - don't forget to send a postcard.

Posted by: Winnie Incopetent | 2006-11-12 4:29:49 PM

Consider this ...

Zahra Kazemi was a Muslim woman who worked for the CBC ... she took a huge risk going to Iran where women are dogs.

No Canadian government can help anyone who wanders into a snake pit like Iran. She took a risk and paid the price.

I might add that I never lament the loss of a CBC commie.

Best to just "leave er lay where Jesus flang er."

Posted by: Duke | 2006-11-12 6:00:48 PM

The murderous Iranian regime will probably kill millions before its done, especially once they go nuclear. Since it almost has to happen now, hopefully it works out that most of those millions of dead are within Iran's borders, other people shouldn't have to pay for the mistakes of the Iranians.

Posted by: Philanthropist | 2006-11-12 8:48:07 PM

So Duke, you have no respect for innocent people's lives?

Posted by: Winston | 2006-11-12 9:45:29 PM

Regardless, the point is anyone who jumps into a snake pit should expect to be bitten and has no one else to blame but himself/her.

Posted by: Frico | 2006-11-13 6:49:52 AM


No one at the CBC is innocent. They are a propaganda machine for the far left who support our enemies in the Islamic world.

They all support Marxist philosophies and enjoy being the Pravada to Canada's Kremlin. If only they could get those goofy, corrupt leftist Liberals re-elected.

Just like the Islamic world happy that the Democrats have taken back the house and senate in the USA, the Liberals will only be happy when the Party of the right is booted.

They are cheer-leaders in anything that idiots like Jack bin Layton wants for Canada. They are the spoiled children of the generation who built this great country. They are part of the self-loathing, moral relativist Left that hates our way of life FOR US ... BUT THEY WOULD NEVER GIVE UP THE LUXURY OF IT THEMSELVES! They are part of the elitist "one-worlders" who think the UN is relevant.

They continue to poison them minds of Canadians with their jihad against freedom and enterprise ... just like out educational system is doing.

Do I care about innocent lives? Of course I do, but their are none of those at the CBC.

Come on Winston ... you know all that shit!

Posted by: Duke | 2006-11-13 9:42:05 AM

Please go to www.kazemijustice.ca and you will see that Canada is in a position to press criminal charges against the notorious henchman Saeed Mortazavi, the Prosecutor-General of Tehran implicated in Kazemi's murder. The Criminal Code provides for prosecution of crimes of torture committed against Canadian citizens abroad. As a former UN war crimes prosecutor, I can tell you that even the mighty Slobodan Milosevic was eventually unseated from power, and that his indictment for crimes against humanity hastened his overthrow. I have been told by well-informed sources in Iran that a Canadian indictment against Mortazavi would significantly empower pro-democratic forces in Iran. I hope you will sign the petition.

Posted by: Payam Akhavan | 2006-11-13 9:48:48 AM

Slobodan Milosevic was a hero and did what was needed to be done to fight the Muslim invaders in Europe. To this day there is no evidence of mass graves and only one containing all males of military age with combat type wounds.

The European court murdered Slobodan in prison because he was a continuing embarassment to them on account of their lack of real evidence.

One day we will have to emulate Slobodan Milosevic or be conquered by Islam.

Posted by: Speller | 2006-11-13 12:36:52 PM

As usual, Speller is right on the mark.

Posted by: Duke | 2006-11-13 12:48:16 PM

I smell bigotry here

Posted by: Winston | 2006-11-13 2:57:54 PM


"I smell bigotry here"

This is the WS shotgun. Of COURSE you smell bigotry. It's just that in this case the reek is not coming from your own pits. On other occasion, however....

Posted by: Mark Logan | 2006-11-13 3:35:02 PM

Right on Speller. The solution you envisage is not intended to be taken lightly but the reality of the dilemma the world is presently experiencing and what it augurs for the future is evident. Nothing to do with bigotry. The cancer is terminal. The biopsy has been done, extensive surgery is required.

Posted by: Frico | 2006-11-13 4:14:36 PM

well, i guess the problem is, no one asked jack white feather to step in and go over there and make things alright. hey, have you not heard iran and syria have to be our buddies now. the democrates in the us have won and now everyone down there is looking at those great democratic, freedom loving crazy guys(not women) to solve our problems.

Posted by: john a. | 2006-11-13 4:32:15 PM

What seems evident to me is the culture of lies that is promoted in CBC.

This brings confusion and fear into the minds of people. In WWIII, propaganda will play a prominent role like it did in WWII Germany. The attacks of propaganda in North America have already started and are carried out by MSM, CBC, most of american medias that are owned by only 3 or 4 owners.

Posted by: Rémi Houle | 2006-11-13 4:39:22 PM

"...most of american medias that are owned by only 3 or 4 owners."

I remember the days when the Left was protesting AGAINST media monopolies.

Posted by: h2o273kk9 | 2006-11-13 4:42:38 PM

I smell the stench of a Logan, pheeeeewwwww!

Posted by: Proboscis | 2006-11-13 4:42:41 PM

Mark Logan, Why don't you stop reading WS's Shotgun blog if you hate us all this much? Why?

Posted by: Winston | 2006-11-13 9:25:48 PM

Canada did nithing because Powercorp has a 2 billion investment in Iran. Sanctions or more would have jeopardized thier deal.Powercorp also bought the Chretien's a mansion in Aline's name after JC quit politics.

Posted by: wallyj | 2006-11-13 9:58:38 PM

Winnie the Pooh,

The cure for bad speech is more and better speech. Also, for the sake of some readers whom might buy things written here at face value, it is important to post reality checks when the posts veer too far from reality.

It really should be no mystery, really. You guys keep blogging about how much you hate the mainstream media and everyone who isn't a self-righteous rightist. One might ask why you keep talking about them if you hate them so much. Answer: because it matters.

See what happens when you think a little. Even bloggers of very little brain can learn a thing or two from comments... if they bother to try to listen.

Posted by: Mark Logan | 2006-11-13 10:08:38 PM

Well then Logan read s-l-o-w-l-y and perhaps your peabrain will absorb the info offered on this site, good luck to you pal.

Posted by: Advisor | 2006-11-13 10:40:12 PM

"Canada did nothing because Powercorp has a 2 billion investment in Iran. Sanctions or more would have jeopardized thier deal.Powercorp also bought the Chretien's a mansion in Aline's name after JC quit politics."

Right on, wallyj. It's a well-known secret that Paul Desmarais is the puppet master behind the Liberals, which is also the main reason that Canada did not join the U.S., Britain, and Australia, our usual allies, in the invasion of Iraq. Our not going into Iraq had nothing to do with Liberal scruples about being "peacekeepers," contrary to Chretien's protestations. It had everything to do with Power Corp's oil investments in Iraq.

Another well-known secret, but unreported by our intrepid investigative reporters in the MSM, is that Andre Desmarais, son of Paul Desmarais Jr., is married to Aline and Jean's daugther, France.

Let's face it: The Librano$ only act in their own interests--which means in the interests of a very small cadre of Librano$. Everyone else in their Party and all Canadians are simply fodder and grist for their mill.

Posted by: 'been around the block | 2006-11-15 7:02:08 AM

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