The cost of exposing Iranian ambitions.

The original site that posted the Farsi clip, English version shown here, was seriously hacked shortly after posting it. Also, if you go to the YT version of this clip and read the comments you can see more hostility than even usual for an ‘anti-Isamic’ (read opinion that resists Islamic supremacy) video. I also spoke at some small length today to a sophisticated internet user about a complex but serious Iranian scheme to forge ‘trusted’ certificates from a Dutch authentication company. Something which would allow someone in Iran to read secure traffic between say, you, and whatever site used one of these forged certificates.

All this to say, that they are already at war with us. We just cannot seem to get out of the WW2 paradigm of what war actually is.

To paraphrase the words of the great Bill Cosby,

‘I don’t know the key to success. But the key to failure it to not be able to recognize it when you are being attacked’.

Eeyore for Vlad.

Post script:

(I did not put the link in to the hacked site as that could compromise whatever computer checked it perhaps. I went there however and it most certainly was hacked.)

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “The cost of exposing Iranian ambitions.”

  1. He isn’t telling us anything we didn’t already know, but he is saying it where many who don’t believe us can hear him, hopefully he will convert a lot of people to our cause, the cause of freedom. This war will be a long one and a global one, we must resist the jihad everywhere they take it.

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