Someone is Poisoning Girls Who Go to School in Iran

I don’t endorse killings in general, but girls can easily avoid being poisoned by not pretending to be men and going to school.

It’s a ridiculous concept for girls to go to school, and I’m not at all surprised someone would get mad enough about it to start the poisoning.


Worried parents protested in Iran’s capital Tehran and other cities on Saturday over a wave of suspected poison attacks that have affected schoolgirls in dozens of schools, according to Iranian news agencies and social media videos.

The so-far unexplained illnesses have affected hundreds of schoolgirls in recent months. Iranian officials believe the girls may have been poisoned and have blamed Tehran’s enemies.

The country’s health minister has said the girls have suffered “mild poison” attacks and some politicians have suggested the girls could have been targeted by hardline Islamist groups opposed to girls’ education.

Iran’s interior minister said on Saturday investigators had found “suspicious samples” that were being studied.

“In field studies, suspicious samples have been found, which are being investigated… to identify the causes of the students’ illness, and the results will be published as soon as possible,” the minister, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli, said in a statement carried by the official news agency IRNA.

Sickness affected more than 30 schools in at least 10 of Iran’s 31 provinces on Saturday. Videos posted on social media showed parents gathered at schools to take their children home and some students being taken to hospitals by ambulance or buses.

A gathering of parents outside an Education Ministry building in western Tehran on Saturday to protest over the illnesses turned into an anti-government demonstration, according to a video verified by Reuters.

Schoolgirls were active in the anti-government protests that began in September. They have removed their mandatory headscarves in classrooms, torn up pictures of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and called for his death.

Well. You’ll have that, I suppose.

These Americans, and by that I mean the Jews, go around in every country stirring up hatred for any government that opposes them.

On some level, this works in Iran because there is some sense that the religious regime is holding the country back.

However, if their idea for moving the country forward is women going to school, then they are savages, and the religious regime is a kind of techno-futurism compared to their idea of progress.

Reversing the sex roles is always an act of supreme savagery, as it shows an inability to understand the basic nature of reality itself. It’s similar to atheism in that way, and so it is no surprise that so many feminism supporters are also atheists.

Some modern “Christians” are also feminists, of course, but modern Christianity, having been defanged and sanitized to the point that the final judgement has been removed, is effectively a form of atheism, given that it is fundamentally nihilistic.

The empowerment of women is always a signal of national weakness, which is why Jews go to their enemies’ countries and try to promote it. If the patriarchy was not good for society, Jews would be going to Iran and trying to reinforce the patriarchy, no?

Very obvious.