Thursday, July 12, 2012

HuffPosters Weep For Iran

The Huffington Post had its daily Iran-related article this morning:

I'm not sure why the Huffington Post chose a picture of a soccer player getting a haircut in the middle of the match for this article, but anyway, the story was about the Iranian soccer team not having money to play because of the sanctions on the country. Also the UAE canceled a friendly match with Iran over a Straight of Hormuz argument.

Now you may remember that sanctions on sports teams was one of the aspects of protesting aparthed in South Africa. It was not considered "collective punishment" then.

Naturally, the Huffington Posters poured out their sympathy for the innocent Iranians and raged against the eeeeevil West:

The Left in action, I suppose.

1 comment:

  1. Where do they find these posters? At one time, when there were more hospitals for the criminally insane it would have been easy, but now?


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