Carla Bruni A Prostitute, Iran Claims

August 30, 2010

(ChattahBox) – Proving once again that they are akin to schoolyard bullies, the Iranian government has started name calling and pig tail pulling after French First Lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy spoke out against the planned execution of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani.

Bruni-Sarkozy wrote a passionate open letter to the woman in support of her fight against a tyrannical government that has been accused of using her to make an example of Iran’s unwillingness to give in to international calls for human rights for women in their country.

“Why shed your blood and deprive your children of their mother?” the letter asked.

“Because you have lived, because you have loved, because you’re a woman, and because you’re an Iranian? Everything within me refuses to accept this.”

Iran responded through a government run newspaper, calling her a prostitute in an editorial. Then, on their official television station, she was accused of being immoral.

Because there is nothing immoral about killing a woman for an alleged adultery, or turning it into a murder case just to show the world you can kill women with impunity.

Pathetic.


Comments

2 Responses to “Carla Bruni A Prostitute, Iran Claims”

  1. Old Man Dotes on August 30th, 2010 7:01 pm

    The biggest problem in Iran is that there isn’t enough marijuana; the US Government has been telling us for decades that pot makes you unmotivated and apathetic, so what we need to do is saturate Iran with cannabis seeds, thus forcing pot into every facet of their society, and bringing about revolution through apathy.

  2. olivia on August 30th, 2010 10:40 pm

    Give the Iranians a new kind of stoning, eh Dotes? ;)

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