I just finish watching this documentary/dramatization for about the third time. It's about a woman in Iran being stoned to death because of the archaic legal system and ruthless medieval mentality. It was even done under false pretenses too. I can’t believe that in this century this kind of inhumane conduct is still going on, and even being sanctioned by a government. This documentary begins with the claim that it’s a true story. I don't think there's any doubt that it is.
Now not only do they tie her arms when they stone her, they put her in a hole that they had dug in the ground. They buried her up to her chest. Then they started throwing rocks at her and they also got their mind-twisted sons to throw rocks at her too.
This all happened because of a rotten husband or I should say animal. Soraya, his wife, would not give him a divorce so he could marry another woman. I should say a young girl. I feel bad calling these 'people' something more than animals. I don’t think that there are any words in any language that I could use to describe what I really think of these animals. This was a big frame up to start off with.
If there is a hell, this man surely is going there, and so are the hideous and brutal participants in this crime against humanity. That includes rock throwers, the government and those who sit by and don't try to change their country.
I am not a violent man as a rule but if I ever saw anyone doing that, I would not hesitate to blow that person's head off. And if this is representative of their laws, and it seems to be, then they can shove it because it's not humane at all.
Maybe in the old Biblical days this sort of thing was normal, but this is the 21st century and we are suppose to be civilized people and not orangutans. That's actually unfair - I think orangutans wouldn't even do this.I better stop because I've ran out of civilized words to describe these so called human beings.
That is my rant for today