Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Did Mousavi Win? Ahmadinejad is who Iranians want.Get Over It.

Hantu Laut

The massive demonstration in Iran looks like a revolution in the making.The loser Mir Hossein Mousavi and his supporters alleged massive cheating and rigging of the ballot by Ahmedinejad's government, reminiscing of the March 2008 Malaysian General Elections where Pakatan Rakyat accused the BN (Barisan National) of using phantom voters to cheat in the electoral vote.

The results of the Malaysian elections showed that the allegations were untrue and fabricated, BN lost control of 5 states and lost its two-thirds majority in the federal parliament.It's a case of bad losers not accepting the verdict of the people.The Perak crisis is another example of the short-circuitry of the Pakatan's brain.

What's happening in Iran now is a bad and dangerous example of false sense of victory that can lead to serious civil violence.I would have much preferred Mousavi to win because of his education and his more liberal background but, unfortunately, that is not what the Irianian people want.

Mousavi was over-exalted by the massive crowd of mostly students and youths every where he and his wife goes.They even called him and his wife the Obamas of Iran and had high expectations that he would win.

Polls conducted by a Western organisation between May 11 to 20 shows that Ahmedinejad has a 20 point lead. Ahmedinejad was also perceived to have won the televised debate where Mousavi's performance was rated poorly.

This time the Western media has been fair to Ahmedinejad.

Ahmadinejad is who Iranians want

Ahmadinejad Won. Get Over It

Politico | June 15, 2009

Supporters of Iranian Presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi stage a protest against the election results in Iran near the Iranian embassy in Ankara: Third march planned in Iran as reformists are arrested

Malaysians take heed from what transpired in Iran.Idol worshipping can be dangerous and is a primeval practice by primitive society.


donplaypuks® said...

Some M'sians seem to have access to info that casts serious doubts about the legitimacy of Ahmadenazi's victory. Refer to

It's still early days. The truth will emerge soon enough. After all, this is not the first time 'official' election results have been called into question anywhere in the world.

Hantu Laut said...


I tend to agree that Ahmedinejad won the elections.Mousavi supports were mostly from students and youths because they think he is liberal and would bring new order to Iran.He might not have pulled enough vote to win.

Personally,I prefer Mousavi.He has proven to be a good prime minister before.He was the last PM of Iran.The post was abolished.