Sunday, November 02, 2008

Religion of Peace

These pictures are of Muslims marching through the streets of London during their recent 'Religion of Peace' Demonstration. I lived in Iran and Saudi Arabia. I know what radical Islam looks like. It looks like this. And this is why I’m voting for McCain, even though I disagree with him on many issues. But I do think he’ll keep us safe, and prevent parades such as these from taking place in the middle of Times Square or downtown Los Angeles. And, yes, they’re real.




















4 comments:

Frank Drackman said...

Wow, thought those were pics from my last trip to D.C. So WHERE did you live in Iran?? I thought I was the only blogger who'd been there. Well I didn't really live there, made an unauthorized trip to Korramshar shortly after the first Gulf War. Loved the Friday morning beheadings,
Frank

Lynn Price said...

Shut UP! You were in Korramshar? I lived in Ahwaz for a year, about 40 minutes from the port city of Abadan. We could see the Iraqi border from our house. I never experienced any beheadings, though we did almost get rounded up for an old-fashioned hand whacking when I lived in Saudi Arabia.

Frank Drackman said...

Spent a day and a half in Korramshar, quite a pleasant town, they only keep the burned out buildings from the Iraqui occupation around as reminders, like we should have done with the WTC towers. Just kidding about the beheadings, although I almost did stumble onto one in Saudi Arabia, see,there was this French Nurse who just had to go to the Bazaar in the town square every Friday. Oh yeah, thats NOT the day the Bazaar was on, and yes, she WAS blonde.

Lynn Price said...

Yeah, I was gonna say that Fridays were holy days, and us expats knew better than to go into town. But what man won't go gooey over a blond French nurse...