Western hypocrisy – elections in Iran vs elections in Afghanistan

The “evidence” that Iranian election were stolen was the fact that the results were released too quickly.

This was enough for Western politicians and media to condemn the Iranian regime and cause rage and protests of the Western public.

On the other hand, the overwhelming evidence that Hamid Karzai, the Western puppet in Afghanistan, has clearly stolen the election is not causing any rage and protests.

Nearly 20 percent of the voters registered for the recent Afghan election were under age – in many cases as young as 12 years old.

This amounts to nearly 3.5 million cards issued to children.

Thousands of voting cards have been offered for sale and thousands of dollars offered in bribes to buy votes two days before the elections.

According to the most recent allegations
, “up to 800 fake polling stations were set up by Hamid Karzai’s supporters to give him thousands of fraudulent votes.”

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One comment on “Western hypocrisy – elections in Iran vs elections in Afghanistan
  1. hoboduke says:

    This pretense that we are welcome and invtited to occupy Afghanistan is a hoax. We need to leave swiftly to avoid more bloodshed by a prolonged departure.
    Selling votes is about the only economy they got besides narcotics. Our troops in VietNam got plenty fouled up with the narcotics during their tour of duty. Get out now.

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