Fifteen minutes a day
and do your part in putting a stop to this madness
October 13, 2006
I would like to thank Iranian.com
for linking Iran
Information Agency, which as result has so far
received over one thousand visitors.
Some of you have added the site to your favorites
and some of you have stayed and read the information carefully.
But most of you have taken a quick look and moved on with your
For those of you that have not taken a look at Iran
Information Agency I would encourage you to visit and spend
at least 30 minutes
reading the material. I think after 30 minutes you will gather
enough information that you will want to learn more and also
to keep up with new postings.
Why am I pitching a Web site to you?
I sincerely believe our country stands at the crossroad of history
and any wrong moves could result in nuclear
being used to attack Iran.
Why do I think this?
Read the material I have gathered
over the past four months and posted on Iran
Information Agency and I am sure you
ask that question.
It is vital all Iranians become informed
about what is going on. I know many of you live very busy lives
spending more than
fifteen minutes a day on news gathering is more than
The site is set up in such a way that you can gather
a great deal of information quickly. I started Iran
Information Agency because
I kept coming across articles that were scattered all
the Internet but where related to one central issue;
war and Iran,
and nobody was organizing it onto one site.
gathered the articles on my hard disk and after five years of
doing this I decided to place it on a
blog and the
this was the Israel-Hezbollah war. I am certain that
if the war had turned out differently Iran would
a great deal of pressure; certainly far more pressure
then it is under now.
I believe the vital issue every
Iranian should be debating right now is whether or not our country's
wellbeing is being
looked after correctly by those in power in Iran.
And if the answer is no, then Iranians need to organize
exile that can represent the interests of Iranians
that do not agree with the decision of the current
up a chair and sit ourselves down at the table where
others are deciding our future for us.
This is not
about a few building being blown up and life returning to normal
later on. This is about
of our country's water, soil, and air --- and for
generations to come.
And this war will not only
harm those living now but will cause birth defects in our yet
to be born
and great grandchildren.
Any military confrontation
between Iran, America, and Israel contains the real possibility
the use of
and most certainly
the use of depleted uranium weaponry.
about the future and wellbeing of our home. It is about the health
of our blood.
This is about
our gene pool for generations to come.
and do your part in putting a stop to this madness.
A couple of times I have
kicked around the idea of creating a government in exile in cyberspace.
this would work
we would first
identify all the government offices that
need to be filled by elected representatives; mayor,
council, and all the way up to president.
Then we would write up a job description for each
office, and this
be created online through collaboration via
chat rooms, and blogs. And the job description
be voted on online.
The next step would be to
find interested and capable Iranians that would want to run for
an office and
take on the responsibilities
outlined in the job description. This step
can take place anonymously, which would most
and also more
candidates with the right qualifications.
can then vote anonymously for the anonymous candidates. After
the results are tabulated a secret meeting would take place where
all the elected officials
of governing in exile.
Once formed and functioning
on a managerial level; offices, security, communication,
transportation, etc. the government
announce its formation. And the first
act of the government would be to demand a
If we Iranians are able to organize
ourselves to the point where we can actually form
we would be
offering Iranians in Iran a true alternative,
and once they see that an alternative
does exist the
the existing government with the government
in exile. And this can be done peacefully
is in the hands of the Iranian people
to create their own
future. Or alternatively we can sit
back and hope the current decision
makers in Iran do not lead the country
to war. So far they have
not taken any wrong steps but the sense
that there exists a trip wire somewhere
is an extremely
What will happen next is very
difficult to foresee but there certainly are
clouds on the
caps can be seen
in the far distance. Either we ride
this storm together or we let the
current captain deal
with it. Mutiny
is one option.
mount the mutiny and succeed in getting
through the storm is the difficult
If anybody has the time and
interest in translating Iran
Information Agency into
Farsi I would
be more than grateful.
me if you are interested and
we can maybe come up with some arrangement
much of a
hassle. When I
check stats on the site I find
very few visitors from Iran, and sometimes
I get more visitors from Asia
and Europe than from Iran. About sixty
readers of Iran
Information Agency are living
in the United States; the rest
are scattered between Canada, Australia,
Spain, and others.
My target audience
is Iranians living in Iran and I am not reaching
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meekoneed? Hameh een
harfa bee faay-daastt? Va heech
kari nemeetooneem bekoneem? Shayad
har chi hast vaz khaylee