Truth be told, by in large, Iranian women are trouble makers. They do not know their place and always, always under all circumstances buck the norm.

That is the picture one gets from the uber-misogynistic Islamist fascist rulers of Iran. for forty years and three successive generations, despite a 24/7 diet of propaganda backed by draconian anti-women laws, Iranian women have not been bred out of their natural inclination for freedom and equality. Those who know Iran’s history know it will never, ever happen.


Iran’s prosecutor-general says he is “ashamed.”

In June, for the first time since 1981, Tehran allowed women to enter Azadi Stadium for a soccer match — or, more precisely, for a live broadcast of a soccer match in Russia, host of the 2018 World Cup. As they watched Team Melli, their national team, compete against Spain, numerous women removed their hijabs, or headscarves, and sang and danced — a deliberate act of defiance against the Islamic Republic’s religious norms. It’s “disgraceful,” complained Mohammad Jafar Montazeri.

“Unfortunately,” the senior law enforcement official declared, “some individuals have penetrated the key institutions of the country and are about to betray the revolution and the blood of our martyrs.”

Their “satanic” agenda, he added, will not succeed.”

Despite the sane worlds pussyfooting with the Islamist fascists, Iranians and most certainly Iranian women will succeed in their freedom agenda.

Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.