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Barbados ends reflagging of Iranian vessels

Barbados voted for child execution

Barbados Supports Child Execution in Iran

Barbados should completely remove support at the U.N. for Iran

Whatever the problems and failures of Western societies, the Iranian government’s human rights abuses and promotion of hateful ideologies has few equals in the modern world.

Barbados has, in the past, shamefully supported Iran’s ‘right’ to execute children and hang gays and unmarried girls who have sex.

Barbados is now talking about deregistering Bajan-flagged Iranian vessels.

Is our attitude changing towards Iran? Is our re-flagging decision due to finally realizing we were aiding evil… or, did we cynically choose our action because the USA threatened us with sanctions?

Prime Minster Stuart… over to you Sir!

“Much of what drives Iranian politics and decision-making is a hatred of the West. The Iranian regime demonizes the U.S. as the ‘Great Satan,’ repeatedly and forcefully denies the Holocaust, pledges to wipe Israel off the map and threatens to overthrow or dominate America’s Persian Gulf allies. Moreover, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has stated his belief that the mission of Iran is to prepare the way for the imminent return of the ‘Hidden Imam’ messiah, whose reemergence will be preceded by a period of chaos and war. Nuclear weapons would give Iran the ability to realize this radical vision.”

“In the more than 30 years of its existence, the Iranian regime has violated international and diplomatic norms in every way imaginable. In light of this history, it is unlikely that Iran will behave as a responsible custodian of its nuclear arsenal.”

from the website United Against Nuclear Iran

United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) applauded Barbados for ending its reflagging of Iranian vessels.

In a letter sent October 26 to Barbadian officials, UANI called on the nation to “cease the flagging of all Iranian vessels.” Continue reading


Filed under Barbados, Human Rights

Ordinary Iranian Muslim men and women enjoying life and each other. What changed?

Iran: Once a gem of Eurasia

This video I created reflects Iran during the time of the Shah when it was a modern, relatively free, and a progressive nation with a blend of western and traditional values which made it a gem in Eurasia. These are a selection of photos from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Background music is by Iranian singer Googoosh

by Yeshua Peace


Filed under Religion

Remembering Iran when women had rights

Iranian TV adverts 1969 to 1978: before the darkness descended.

Mini-skirts, bikinis, business men and women in fashionable attire, Coca-cola commercials, Remington electric razors, night clubs, people having fun. Teenagers holding hands in public and on television – just like normal people most everywhere…

What ever could have gone so wrong?


Filed under Religion

Tiananmen Square Massacre 25 Years Later: Hugs and Kisses From Barbados As We Trade Our Silence For Cash

Updated: June 4, 2014 – 25 Years after Tiananmen Square, China’s human rights abuses continue…

“I have always found it shameful that Barbados – a nation founded with the assistance of chains, whips, rape and cultural genocide – now so easily supports nations involved in slavery and human rights violations.”

Barbados Continues To Ignore China’s Slave Camps & African Exploitation In Return For Money

tiananmen-square-crushedUpdated for 2014: Twenty-five years ago the despots of the Chinese Communist Government sent the tanks into Tiananmen Square and throughout Beijing to crush a growing call for democracy. Thousands were murdered – shot, bayoneted and crushed by the treads of tanks. After the attacks, secret police visited the hospitals and took away the wounded survivors.

Nobody can say that the Chinese Communists aren’t efficient, if ruthless, when it comes to using the power of the state to achieve and continue in power.

And nobody can claim that the Chinese Communists don’t know how to control the press and re-write history. Continue reading


Filed under Africa, Barbados, China, Human Rights