Iran’s War On Dogs

Perhaps some Americans would better understand the sociopathic nature of the regime we’re promoting by glimpsing its attitude on dogs.

On the eve of the Obama administration’s deal to pour $150 billion into the coffers of soon-to-be nuclear Iran, we should consider carefully the character of the government with which they have struck a bargain.

Iran has a government that mostly preaches death—death to Israel, death to America, death and more death. It also supports terrorism to kill Americans. So no one should be surprised at the major protests the deal has sparked, including the one headlined by Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz at the U.S. Capitol on September 9.

  • Waffle

    Oh sh*** . I couldn’t read more than 1 paragraph. These creatures are not human. They are savages and should be regarded as such. Anyone, I don’t care who you are, Jew, Gentile, rich or poor if you support the Iran “deal” you are complicit in this barbarity. The alternative to appeasement is war? Bring it on. This evil must be eradicated.

    I just remembered that I went to shul on the Saturday after 9/11. It is something I don’t do very often. The rabbi talked about the horror and the meaning of evil. He said there are two kinds of evil– natural disasters like earthquakes, volcanic eruptions that we can do nothing about. The other kind is perpetuated by man and that we can and must do something about.

  • This is Islam. It is a killing cult.

    Dogs get killed too.

    Deal with Islamic theology or expect more of the same.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Well we already knew they are a horde of insane motherfucking parasites who need to given God’s Nuclear Backhand.

    • Justin St.Denis

      That’s an understatement.

  • Dana Garcia

    Dogs are so much more agreeable beings than Muslims. Let’s have more dogs and fewer allah-bots.

  • Dana Garcia

    Here’s an item from today’s NYTimes about another Islamic I-nation. The idea that dog welfare has value is quite the novelty.

    Mr. Hattam said he hoped his journey ends not in Europe but in the United States, where, he said, “even the dogs live well.”

    He explained what he meant by telling a story an Iraqi friend living in the United States had recently told him. The friend, he said, had gone to the supermarket and left his dog in his car with the windows up on a hot day. A police officer, seeing this, scolded him, and told him he was putting the dog at risk.

    “That means they even respect the dogs,” he said. “Even the dogs have rights in America.”

  • Hard Little Machine

    Not on my watch

  • Justin St.Denis

    Iran is at war with everything, everywhere, every second of every hour of every day.

    Israel could use more parking space and land. Time to turn Iran into glass and shadows. Go, Bibi, go!

  • seaoh

    Its even worse for cows these are evil people that torture animals