January 19, 2016
With all the blah-blah-blah in the media about “American hostages” being freed by Iran, many people are failing to note that none of these people are Americans. It is in actual fact a brigade of hajis who have been given the status of “American citizens” by our traitor ZOG government.
Instead of negotiating the release of these haji “Americans,” we should have instead negotiated for Iran to keep these people forever.
Seriously. We don’t need more of these monkeys in America.
We need fewer of them.
Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post reporter who was freed Saturday after almost 18 months of incarceration in an Iranian prison, met with Post editors Monday for the first time since his release and said he was “feeling good” physically as he recovers in a U.S. military hospital here.
Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron and foreign editor Douglas Jehl said Mr. Rezaian “looked good” during their two-hour meeting in a conference room at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center near the Ramstein Air Base.
We also need fewer Washington Post journalists.
In fact, as part of these negotiation, we should have forced Iran to take all employees of the Washington Post and put them in their gulags.
This is what I’d have said:
“Look, we’ll let you get nukes. We’ll even send scientists to help you build them. And if you happen to accidentally nuke Israel, well, we’re just going to be a bit drunk and passed out that day. No retaliation here. But listen, you’re going to have to take all of these kikes from the Washington Post and put them in your gulags. That is one term of these negotiations that is non-negotiable.”
Mr. Rezaian, 39, was freed Saturday from Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. He was flown out of Iran on Sunday along with two other freed Iranian Americans as part of a prisoner deal with Iran linked to the implementation of a landmark nuclear agreement.
“I want people to know that physically I’m feeling good,” said Mr. Rezaian, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans provided to him on board the Swiss plane that flew the released prisoners to freedom. “I know people are eager to hear from me, but I want to process this for some time.‘‘
No, actually no one cares, haji. No one wanted you back on our streets to murder us and/or do ficki ficki on the ladies.
Presently, we are working on getting you back into an Iranian gulag.
But now that you are back in our base, we’re going to have to ask you to study this information:
You will be tested on that, haji. So study well.
Also released in the deal were former Marine Amir Hekmati, 32, of Flint, Mich., and Christian pastor Saeed Abedini, 35, of Boise, Idaho. Accompanying Mr. Rezaian on the flight were his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, and Iranian, and his mother, Mary Rezaian. A fourth Iranian American released as part of the arrangement, Nosratollah Khosravi-Roodsari, opted to remain in Iran — although it seemed nobody in Iran knew he had been arrested and nobody seemed to know any more about him. An American student who was freed separately, Matthew Trevithick, 30, flew out Saturday on his own.
Matthew Trevithick actually is American, but apparently he was up to something weird. So whatever. You go to some weird kebab country and start doing weird things, that’s not my issue.
Rev. Abedini had been imprisoned since July 2012 for organizing home churches. Mr. Hekmati spent more than four years behind bars on spying charges following his arrest in August 2011 during a visit to see his grandmother.
No one cares about these kebab problems.
The idea that kebabs come to our country, we give them a magical status as TRUE AMERICANS, then they go back to their own country and get mixed-up in kebabism, then it is our responsibility to fix their foreign issues is pure nonsense.
This is the same thing happening with these Iraqis kidnapped in an Iraqi brothel.
Who cares about these gross apes?