Thursday, January 27, 2005

Iran - Let the Revolution Begin II

Yesterday I posted about CBS News of all people reporting on the coming revolution in Iran.

The hardliners can always launch another temporary crackdown. But in the end, the 1970s Islamic revolution seems certain to be undone by its own children.

And I said this:

The torch of freedom is lit and burning in Afghanistan and in the Ukraine. The torch will be lit in Iraq this weekend and its glow will be seen across the border in Iran and Syria.

Seems I was right.

Reports from across Iran are stating about the massive welcoming of President George W. Bush's inaugural speech and his promise of helping to bring down the last outposts of tyranny.

Millions of Iranians have been reported as having stayed home, on Thursday night which is their usual Weekend and outgoing night, in order to see or hear the Presidential speech and the comments made by the Los Angeles based Iranian satellite TV and radio networks, such as, NITV or KRSI.

Many were seen showing the " V " sign or their raised fists. Talks were focused on steps that need to be taken in order to use the first time ever favorable International condition. [...]

Various reports from underground groups are stating that Iranians will be increasing the Civil Disobedience Movement by making more strikes and demos in the days ahead.

I reported earlier today Jordan is to introduce democratic reforms.

The world press in their anti-American zeal are trying to force the world to adopt a myopic view of the violence in Iraq. They sneer, there will be elections in Iraq but will the Iraqis vote, will the election be legitimate and will it end the bloodshed?

Turn the telescope around and you see the flame of democracy spreading like wildfire in the Middle East. The torch that George Bush lit cannot now be extinguished.

All the efforts of the communist led anti-war movement, aided and abetted by the liberal press, and people like the loathsome George Galloway, cannot extinguish the flame of democracy.

The American elections, like the Iraqi elections, are about something much bigger than the spread of democracy to the corners of the world. Just as the rise of the blockers is much bigger than just a fact check on legacy media.

There is something new in the world; a new revolution. That should give us pause, for it rarely happens.

The Belmount Club noticed it too.

Abramson shuddered and well she should. But at what? What was out there in the dark about which these conference participants are talking? It is a something that has already swallowed Brittanica. No one is quite sure what it is, but everyone should be quite certain that it will strike again.

I replied, "It" is the citizens taking back their freedom of thought; a new revolution.

And with that comes a new awakening; a realization that the left have been lying for years. America, under Bush's leadership, has thrown off the yolk of Vietnam imposed by the lying liberal press led by the likes of John Kerry. Billions have suffered around the world under tyranny's boot because of them. No more; there's a new revolution.

Sometimes in the grand scheme of things all the right pieces appear on the world stage at precisely the same time; as if the cosmos came into perfect alignment.

Just look at the last four years. Bush is elected, bin Laden's massive attack on American soil, Afghanistan is freed, the rise of the bloggers challenges MSM, Saddam is toppled, Arafat dies, Ukraine overturns stolen election, Palestinians hold elections, Iraqis hold elections, the tsunami disaster shows America's greatness - UN's weakness, UN oil for food scandal exposes corruption in UN, France, Russia and China, and on it goes.

No one man can take credit for all of this. But one man can take credit for having the vision, steadfastness and courage of his convictions to remain calm and keep his head "while all around him others were losing theirs" - George Bush.

Welcome to the new revolution.

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