Sunday, May 19, 2013

Executed for treason, in the United States and Iran

Executions for treason and terrorism in the United States and Iran, left to right:
-Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, executed for treason in the United States
-Timothy McVeigh, executed for terrorism in the United States
-Koroush Ahmadi, executed for treason in Iran

14 comments:

Mark Pyruz said...

Personally, I'm against capital punishment. But I believe advocacy starts at home in a person's country of residency, not someone else's country.

Anonymous said...

you're a dishonest git.

the Rosenbergs were executed more than half a century ago while the Iranian theocracy is killing Iranians now.

you continue to try to excuse disgusting crimes currently committed by the Khomeinist swine by puking out inaccurate comparisons from history.


give up your dogmatic dishonesty, lackey.

Anonymous said...

The rosenbergs were not responsible for killing of american
those spies deliver infos to mossad and killer commandos come and killed iranian nuke scientist

Jabbar Fazeli, MD said...

Mark,
You are willfully ignoring the point.
Both countries have executions but Iran has no rule of law and the USA does (minus GITMO). There is no equivocation, The iranian Republic doesn't give anyone the opportunity to defend themselves while we Mirandize here in the USA. Need I say more?!!!

Anonymous said...

Mark why are you living in the US? Move to Iran.

Anonymous said...

Every nation has the right to defend itself from terrorism. Iran has been a target of MEK, MOSSAD/CIA and Wahabbi terror for past 34 years and is doing the right thing to arrest, prosecute and execute these foreign paid vermin. Iran should show no leniency towards terrorists who harm its people or security.

Anonymous said...

Yeah tell that to the people in guantanamo.Sadly you like a lot of people seem to be a subscriber to those good old western axioms "one rule for us another for you" or "do as we say not as we do".I would imagine that the people of iran would be very surprised to hear there was no rule of law in their country.In the us I think you`ll find that the quality of the justice one receives has a lot to do with ones race and ones socioeconomic standing,but then I imagine irans justice system isnt perfect either but then no legal system is.Espionage is a very dangerous game the rewards can be great but the risks are too,in iran as in lot of countries the penalty for treason is clear,this man new the risks from the out set.Personally I happen to be against capital punishment wherever it is practiced

Anonymous said...

Anonymous May 19, 2013 at 4:17 PM
What he said was perfectly reasonable,and altho` the rosenbergs may have been executed back in the fifties timothy mcveigh wasnt,sadly you seem to be a believer in good old fashioned western hypocrisy,ie when we do it its ok.The only one being dishonest here is you,when you`re not puking bile that is

Anonymous said...

And what does one do when the Khomeinist regime itself is composed of hostage-takers, kidnappers, hijackers, assassins, and executioners? In other words, an Islamist Terrorist Regime.

Anonymous said...

are the people who killed by US drone in jemen , pakistan or afghanistan given the possibiliy to fefend thmemself ?

Anonymous said...

McVeigh wasn't executed as a spy. He was a mass murderer.

B.M.A said...

killed democratically!!

anon may 20 at 8:18am-
YOURS is a noble question!-but sit and rest assured that those innocent souls killed by the 'beacon of democracy 'were killed democratically!.Armed with hoes and primitive tilling tools doing some farming in their FIELDS, the worlds superpower accuses them of threatening its existence!-AND THAT IS THEIR CRIME!!.

Anonymous said...

No but he was a terrorist,both the us and iran have executed terrorists

Anonymous said...

You are confused with the US savage and globally terrorist Zionist regimes and GITMO export syndrome.