Friday, July 9, 2010

Zionist censors score 'victories' against two high-profile women

Two women have recently been found guilty of aggravated crimethink cleric: Grand Ayatollah : CNN reporter Octavia Nasr and UK ambassador to Lebanon Frances Guy. Their crime? They dared to express respect for a recently deceased senior Shia cleric: Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah. Frances Guy had her blog taken down, Octavia Nasr was simply fired.

These two women clearly were not aware of the fact that the ever vigilant Zionist thought police declared that Grand Ayatollah Fadlallah was "unworthy of praise".

Barak Obama was, of course, far more savvy: while others were expressing their sorrow at the passing away of the Shia cleric, he was busy praising Israel's "restraint" in the recent months (in a time period therefore including the massacre on the Mavi Marmara). That is because, according to the White House, Netanyahu has a "man of peace" and Grand Ayatollah Fadlallah is a "terrorist". In fact, the Ayatollah is such a bad man that in 1985 the CIA killed 80 people and injured another 200 in a botched assasination attempt against the cleric. And, in case you wonder, like all CIA actions, this was not a terrorist crime, but only a 'mistake'.

After all, the 'Axis of Kindness' has the right to defend itself against the 'Axis of Evil'.

George Orwell would have been proud of them all.

The Saker