Monday, February 16, 2009

Queen of England: "Long Live the Iranian Revolution"

On the official website of UK embassy in Iran, the Queen of England passes along her "warmest greetings" to genocidal Iranian mullahs in celebration of the 30-year anniversary of the Islamic revolution in Iran:

Queen Elizabeth's message to the Iranian people (09/02/2009)

It gives me great pleasure to send the people of the Islamic Republic of Iran my warmest greetings on the celebration of your National Day, together with my best wishes for good fortune and happiness in the coming year.


What's up with these Royals? We all know that Prince Charles may have already converted to Islam. I wonder how many other Royals are practicing Muslims?

Of course, the pro-fascist stance of the British Royal Family is nothing new. During WWII, King Edward VIII met with Hitler and did the full Nazi salute. Here is a picture of this disgraceful meeting:

And even the regular politicians in England are now giving me the heebie-jeebies. For example, I still don't know what to make of the Koran-reading, Mohamed-loving Tony Blair. And the former mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, is openly anti-Semitic and enthusiastically pro-Hamas. Is it any wonder that England just banned Geert Wilders from entering the country because he dared to criticize Islam?

There's a reason they call it "Londonistan."

1 comment:

Rich Rostrom said...

Oh please. The statement in question may be issued in Queen's name, but it is an action of the government. Don't blame her; blame PM Gordon Brown and Foreign Secretary David Miliband - and the careerists at the Foreign Office, for whom issuing this sort of boilerplate is reflexive, and refraining on principle completely alien.

As for Edward VIII, no, he didn't meet with Hitler during WW II, it was in 1937 (after his abdication). He was a twit, no question. During WW II the British government stuck him in the Bahamas after he had private contacts with the Germans in Portugal (and asked them to post a guard on his Paris residence). But much of this was the influence of Wallis Simpson, who was well into the fascist range.