September 25, 2011

A message from Ayatollah Kazemeini-Boroujerdi to the 66th annual UN general assembly

Honorable U.N. Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, respected and esteemed representatives of the countries around the world, ladies and gentlemen of the free world,
     The abominable oppression and subjugation of the people of Iran by the Revolutionary Guards, under the ruling dictatorship is so egregious, and their apparatus for its cover-up so systematic, that the world at large never learns of the actual horror stories and the crimes committed by the Islamic regime against the humanity of the people of Iran.
     I am hereby informing you, the defenders of human rights, that the innocent people of Iran are deprived of their most basic human and civil rights while their natural resources and national wealth and assets are being squandered on saturating the world with a universal propaganda campaign devised for an expansionist agenda of these sinister claimants of faith.
     The wave of poverty, despair, fear and helplessness has created a desperate atmosphere in my country but the regimes relentless licensors and prevents the information about the condition of the poor citizens of Iran to be disseminated.
I am appealing to all people of faith, and reverence to divine Justice to come to the aid of a nation that was deceived in the name of God 32 years ago; that exchanged the throne and crown for a politicized Islam. Now Godlessness and Immorality has encroached on all levels of our society and has shattered the people’s confidence and trust in faith and spirituality.
     Now that the hope of democracy in the Islamic world is spreading and the foundation of human rights is being established throughout the region, the international community’s support for the struggling people of Iran is needed for Iran to reach independence and self determination and also establishment of peace in the Middle East.
     This humble preacher, who has continually spoken out against the incursion of religion in government and politics, has spent over 2000 days in the nightmarish prisons and torture chambers of the Islamic regime’s Dictatorship. Every single day, I have been denied council, and my wife, children, extended family and defenders have been systematically threatened and actively abused.
I thank you for your time and willingness to lend an ear to the Iranian plight and eagerly await your support for the oppressed people of our nation.

Seid Hosein Kazemeini Boroujerdi
Evin Prison / Iran
September of 2011

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