Khomeini's Legacy of Obscenities

Shortly after taking power, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini lowered the age at which girls could be married off, from eighteen to nine, to conform to Islamic law. In 2006, the Iranian Parliament voted to overturn Khomeini's decree and made it compulsory for girls under the age of 15 and boys under 18 to have court approval to get married. The Guardian Council of the Constitution, which is responsible for ensuring that all legislation is consistent with the tenets of Islam, quashed the initiative and reinstated Khomeini's ruling.

Maybe Bizzaro, Superman’s doppelganger, could make sense of the Ayatollahs’ concept of morality where it is morally reprehensible for women and girls to leave their hair uncovered, but more than acceptable for men to marry and have sex with pre-pubescent girls; for unmarried men to have sex with animals or to sodomize a baby girl if that is what they prefer or livestock is not available when overcome by an irrepressible urge to copulate.

Khomeini's major contribution to Shia Islamic jurisprudence is his Tahrirolvasyleh, better known as The Political, Philosophical, Social and Religious Principles of Ayatollah Khomeini. An Ayatollah’s doctoral thesis, which the Tahrirolvasyleh is the equivalent, must add to the corpus juris, i.e., body of law. Khomeini’s original contribution to the corpus juris would legalise bestiality and the sodomising of baby girls.

The animal that Khomeini used to make his point, a chicken, like most birds, have only one opening, the cloaca, which serves the dual purpose of discharging sperm or eggs (during sex “the hen inverts her cloaca to meet the rooster's presentation of his and accept the semen into her reproductive tract,” and the expulsion of liquid and solid waste which would indicate that, under Islamic law as understood by Khomeini and his successors, if you are doing it with an animal, nothing is forbidden short of eating it afterward.

Protests in Iran over Mahsa Amini’s death shine spotlight on morality police Globe and Mail, Sept 24, 2022

The morality police are just the most visible sign of a deeply immoral, hypocritical regime. Want to have premarital sex (God's most sacred interdiction) with your girlfriend or a hooker; a cleric, for a price, will be more than happy to provide you with a temporary marriage certificate (read Mary from Love, Sex and Islam).

The protests may now have more to do with a probably doomed opportunity to get rid of the crazies in charge who would murder defenceless females for not completely covering their hair while condoning all that other stuff males are allowed to do.

The blonde hair of [Hadis] Najafi appeared uncovered in a clip that went viral on social media, showing the young woman facing Iranian police without wearing a veil, something which is forbidden by law in Iran. Newsweek, Sept 25, 2022

The 20-year-old was shot [six times] in the chest, face and neck by trigger happy security forces, reports on social media claim. The Sun (UK)

Remember Neda.

Not only females who don't cover their hair, but anyone who supports them—young males being the most obvious—will be slaughtered like flies as threatened by the man renowned as Khomeini’s executioner of mostly young people opposed to his patron’s rule.

Iran president told to 'get lost' by female students during university visit, activists say... [Ayatollah] Raisi addressed professors and students at Alzahra University in Tehran, reciting a poem that equated "rioters" with flies, as nationwide demonstrations entered a fourth week. Reuters Oct 7, 2022

Ayatollah Raisi will not only have a god who considers "Sedition is worse than slaughter," Revelation 2:191, on his side if he reverts to mass murder to quell an uprising that risk toppling a theocracy that claims to rules on Allah's behalf but a Prophet who would have young people killed for expressing an opinion contrary to what he preached.

Narrated Ali:

I heard the Prophet saying, "In the last days (of the world) there will appear young people with foolish thoughts and ideas. They will give good talks, but they will go out of Islam as an arrow goes out of its game, their faith will not exceed their throats. So, wherever you find them, kill them, for there will be a reward for their killers on the Day of Resurrection."

BBukhari 61.577

"Corrupting the land" is the Ayatollahs' goto excuse for murdering any opposition to their rule.

Iran executes dissident journalist Rouhollah Zam

Dissident Iranian journalist Rouhollah Zam was hanged in Iran on Saturday morning, according to state television IRIB.

Zam was found guilty of "corruption on earth," a charge that does not specify a crime but is used by the Iranian government for alleged attempts to overthrow it.

Zam ran the online opposition news site Amad News.

CNN, December 12, 2020

From their bizzarro point of view, simply shooting or hanging protestors may be showing them mercy. God's suggested punishments for those found guilty of what the protesting girls and their supporters are doing, i.e., "corrupting the land."

5:33 Indeed, the punishment of those who fight Allah and His Messenger and go around corrupting the land is to be killed, crucified, have their hands and feet cut off on opposite sides, or to be banished from the land. That is a disgrace for them in this life, and in the life to come theirs will be a terrible punishment.

If anyone is guilty of "corrupting the land"— or having corrupted it—it is Khomeini and his successors who would murder all would-be reformers; from those who beleive that having sex with a nine year-year-old is non-consensual and immoral, to girls who simply want to make the world a more beautiful place.

A woman’s hair, like beautiful flowers, makes the world a more attractive place and should not be covered by a symbol of backwardness.

Former Egyptian Minister of Culture, Farouk Hosni

Bernard Payeur

October 13, 2022