How ironic is it that the fall of Egyptian President Mubarak came 32 years to the day after the collapse of the Shah's government in Iran and supporters of the hardline Islamic Dictatorship are celebrating not only the anniversary of the Shah being deposed as the ruler of Iran, but also the fall of President Mubarak which is almost mirroring what occurred in Iran 32 yrs ago.
From Fars News:
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian demonstrators backed uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and other Islamic states during their massive rallies across Iran to mark the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution.And of course, Obama's partner in Crime, Iranian President Ahamadinejad couldn't wait to chime in about this disturbing news from Egypt.
Led by the Founder of the Revolution, Imam Khomeini, Iranians confronted the forces of US-proxy Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi in late 1977 to end dictatorship rule in the country.
By December 1978, millions of Iranians would take to the streets in protest against the policies of the Shah on a regular basis.
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned from exile to Iran to be received by cheering crowds after the departure of the Shah in mid-January 1979. Two weeks later, the country saw the Islamic Revolution, press tv reported.
The final collapse of the Shah's regime came on February 11 when the military renounced its loyalty to the Shah and joined the revolutionary forces.
Global Regina had this particular snippet from their roundup of world reaction....
The Moonbat Messiah and now we can add "The President who lost Egypt" to his many titles, Obama offered up his official oky doky to the rise of the IslamoNazis in Egypt...
Iran has sought to portray the popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt as a replay of its 1979 Islamic Revolution - whose anniversary was marked Friday by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech and state-organized rallies that included chants of support for Egypt's anti-government protests.
"Despite all the (West's) complicated and satanic designs ... a new Middle East is emerging without the Zionist regime and U.S. interference, a place where the arrogant powers will have no place," Ahmadinejad told a crowd filling Tehran's Azadi, or Freedom, Square.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday welcomed the peaceful transition of power in Egypt with the resignation of longtime President Hosni Mubarak. “The people of Egypt have spoken. Their voices have been heard. And Egypt will never be the same,” he declared.I only hope Obama and his cult of koolaid slurping moonbats feel the same way in 2012 when American voices speak up and decide to throw the Moonbat Messiah out on his ass!
In brief remarks in the Grand Foyer of the White House, the president noted that it was “not the end of Egypt’s transition, it’s a beginning.” He said that many important questions remain to be resolved and difficult times lie ahead.
And last but not least, we have Obama's Forefather of Failure, Jimmy Carter chiming in....
ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter is congratulating the people of Egypt on taking the first steps toward a new era of democratic legitimacy.
The Georgia Democrat says in a statement that he wants Egyptians to know they have the international community’s support as they work to build a truly democratic nation after the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak.