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03 October 2007
Photo of Iranian stoning was a cinema still
Some people seem to thrive under pressure - Neil Clark is certainly one who does. Readers may remember his recent complaint about blog harassment? Well he has now roared back with an amazing bit of research that should leave our warwanking friends even more limp dicked than usual.

Cast your mind back to the terrible photograph of a young girl about to be stoned to death in Iran. It appeared on every wankblog as part of the campaign to demonise Iran in readiness for capitalism's bombing campaign. Alas, the young girl didn't suffer anything - she was an actress and that photograph was a still from a film that she starred in.

Not that it matters, because it isn't going to stop the USA from its planned aggression. However, it is all grist to the British anti-war mill.

Cheers Neil!
2 Comments:

So what is the photo is from a film? It's still an accurate depiction of what happens in Iran. Or are you claiming that women are not executed there in precisely that fashion?

3 October 2007 at 16:05  

I don't give a flying fuck what the Iranians do to each other. My objection is to arse-lickers in the UK who try to use a still as part of their campaign to get Britain involved in yet another war of aggression.

The enemy is at home, comrade, not abroad.

3 October 2007 at 19:39  

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