The vermin ruling Iran’s outrage over- and exiling of actress and musician, Golshifteh Farahani’s posing nude – sort of – for the French magazine, Madame Le Figaro sparked responding outrage against these filthy Islamists. Some of the women who have escaped the clutches of that terrorist state expressed their naked outrage quite succinctly.
Iranian Women’s Naked Outrage
The group of European-based Iranians posed nude in order to promote sales of the Nude Photo Revolutionary Calendar because they’re strongly against such “quaint” Muslim customs such as stoning women, mutilating them with acid, and keeping them enslaved.
Personally, I see little point or hope in this endeavor but these women’s courage deserves respect and, if and when Iran takes action against them, they will more than deserve our avenging them.
Iranian actress and musician, Golshifteh Farahani has been exiled from Iran because she posed nude for the French magazine, Madame Le Figaro. She was contacted by representatives of the Ayatollahs’ Islamist regime earlier this week and told not to try to return to Iran from France.
This Got Golshifteh Farahani Exiled
Other Iranian officials were even harsher, such as one assigned to Egypt, who said, “I think it is disgusting and she should be put to jail or worse for this crazy idea. Women here are treated with utmost respect.” So being exiled might be the least reprisal against her, given how Muslims deal with women who defy them.
So Golshifteh Farahani is probably much better off and far safer staying out of Iran anyway. The best Ms. Farahani or any women who refuses to accept slavery can expect from the Muslim vermin is to be arrested, repeated gang-raped and sodomized by the police, and eventually executed by either being whipped to death or stoned. Given Ms. Farahani’s beauty, the Iranian courts would drag out her case so as to give the largest number of the police and Basij a turn on her.
By taking part in these photo shoots the people taking part wish to demonstrate their redemption from these taboos by the way they act and talk.
The objective is to liberate their soul and bodies at the same time. As long as an individual has no power iver her or his body and their soul does not have the command of the way they wish to think, then they do not have a true freedom.
Although I do not think looking at the nude photo of another human may have an attraction, but it is certainly far more enjoyable than looking at the fully covered and burqa and hejab wearing body of a woman who has been wrapped and imprisoned by her man. So much for not looking at women as sex symbols as the fundamentalists want us to believe!
— Golshifteh Farahani
I was say that Golshifteh Farahani is a woman of beauty, grace, talent, and passion. As such, she had no “acceptable” place the current Islamist theocracy of Iran and it was only a matter of time before she could no longer return to Iran, be it do to being exiled or being under the death of rape, mutilation, and death at the paws and diseased organs of vermin in that “country.”
There is a final and permanent solution to the Islamist Question though. It just requires that Mankind remove the male vermin in Iran in toto, or near enough to that, and accept those Iranian women who wish into there own nations and bloodlines. There are enough educated women in Iran that we could leave the country in the hands of those who didn’t wish to leave with us after the cleansing.
Domestic bliss and/or a happy home life – Easy to fantasize about but oft times harder achieve. It helps though if one remembers that home is where the hearth is and that there’s a blurred line between the sensual pleasures of the kitchen and those of the bedroom. 🙂
Domestic Bliss Is More Than “Barefoot In The Kitchen”
Please note though, this is only part of the joy. Desirable women in general and erotica in specific should not be constrained to the “traditional” domestic settings. There are, after all, so many other options nowadays.
Freedom, especially women’s freedom from the vile and utter degradation, exploitation, and enslavement of Islam, is always a beautiful thing. Sometime though, that freedom and individuals’ bids to achieve it are more beautiful than others.
A particularly poignant case in point is the Turkish-German daytime television star, Sila Sahin’s extraordinarily beautiful bid for freedom from the constraints of Muslim “society.”
She has given her all to achieve a freedom.
Sila Sahin, who plays Ayla Özgül in the German soap opera, Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten (Good Times, Bad Times) posed for the German edition of Playboy in a bid for freedom from the constraints of Muslim “Society” and the Shari’a-based oppression of her family.
Freedom From Muslim Oppression Is A Beautiful Thing
And it was truly a bid for freedom and a protest against the repression and misogyny endemic to the Muslim World.
Posing provocatively on the cover of German Playboy magazine with one breast exposed, Sahin seems to be sending a clear and deliberate message to her conservative Turkish family.
“I did it because I wanted to be free at last. These photographs are a liberation from the restrictions of my childhood,” she said.
Her family has, unsurprisingly, reacted with horror, and her mother has cut off all contact with the actress.
“My mother is still angry. It will be even more difficult with my grandparents, my aunts and my uncles,” she said on the website devoted to her television soap.
She has, however, managed to talk to her actor father, who expressed concern over the pressure she will inevitably face from the Muslim community.
Frankly, I’m unsure of Sahin’s father’s motivation for his apparent moderation. It could be – and I hope it is so – that he truly is evolved enough to support his daughter’s choice of freedom, or it could be that disowning her would lose him access to her income, something that he would control under Shari’a until Sila’s marriage.
He’s absolutely right about one thing though; Sila Sahin needs to be worried about the response of the Muslim “community.” They have a long and brutal history of violent reprisals against women who behave in any manner other than utter subservience. Those women who aren’t murdered often wish that they had been.
Victim’s of Islam’s Misogyny and Savagery
I’d like to think that, living in the Civilized World, Sila Sahin would be safe from the more savage forms of Muslim reprisal. That’s hardly a foregone conclusion though, as women such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali can attest. Hence, the twenty-five year old actress has placed herself at risk.
Sila Sahin’s choosing to pose for Playboy was certainly a brave and extremely beautiful bid for freedom. We must all just hope that she doesn’t pay too high of a price for it.