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Tehrooni3 Tehrooni posted a comment:

Said who? National Council of Resistance in Iran is the old Mojahedin terrorist group that has no credibility among Iranian people and not even within US administration. Only fools get so exited about such “reports”. Read more

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juvus juvus posted a comment:

Sexism is real and very often men are the victim. A while ago I posted an article about free the nipple movement. It seems that some women think that not being able to show their nipples is a form of "oppression." Granted there might be people who do not wish to see their taytay, but it is deem that it's their problem for not being progressive enough. The press calls this movement a way to "empower" women. Because it seems to me in in Western countries education is the second best option to empowering women. Getting them naked gets the job done much faster. XD

Now a man wants to show his penis to the world and free it from the oppression of pants in public, he is a bother to society. Why? because nobody wants to see his junk and we don't have to accept his reasons for wanting to liberate his penis.


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BehrouzBahmani Behrouz Bahmani posted a comment:

Ah Yes! I can feel the US-Uran deal having a positive effect on ordinary Iranians.

Ah Yes! The reform movement in iran is now well on its way!

Mashallah!

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BehrouzBahmani Behrouz Bahmani posted a comment:

Listen to his video CAREFULLY.

He never said that. He never called us liars. He called "the Iranians", meaning the negotiating team liars. And they are. We all know this.

He also never suggested that Iranians play pool. Now or in the 70's.

What he said was that growing up in a pool hall, he has learned how to recognize when someone is lying. And he recognizes this trait in THE Iranians on the negotiating team.

Clearly you are posting based on your assumption of what he said and you never actually listened to what he actually said. Which is kind of stupid. Sorry. Your piece makes no sense whatsoever given the facts.

But I totally understand why you said it. You are so desperate to win what you think is going to be a victory, that you are willing to overlook the details and ignore all of the telltale signs that point to the reality of defeat.

What? You think US sanctions relief will trickle down to "ordinary Iranians"? How Reagan of you!

You think sanctions relief or normal relations with the biggest enemy we've ever had, will lead to "reform" inside Iran? Have you EVER read the Iranian Constitution? Here let me kholaseh it for you;

"...the objectives of the Islamic Republic of Iran; the democratic character of the government; the wilayat al-'mr the Imamate of Ummah; and the administration of the affairs of the country based on national referenda, official religion of Iran [Islam] and the school [Twelver Ja'fari] are unalterable."

Unalterable.

Go look that up. It's almost the same as the definition of Liar. Read more

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Shirzadegan Siavash posted a comment:

۱۲ سال و ۹ ماه برای این دختر جوان که از چشمانش طراوت و عشق به زندگی‌ متراود.

درود ما بر آتنا فرقدانی و دیگر زندانیان سیاسی.

برای براندازی حکومت خفقان و ترس و وحشت ملایان جنایتکار آماده میشویم.

دوستان پیروزی نزدیک است.

پیش به سوی "جبهه متحد براندازی"

اتحاد تمامی‌ نیرو‌های مبارز و آزادی خواه اعم از معلمان، دانش آموزان، دانشجویان، کارگران صنعت نفت آبادان، کشاورزان و سرمایه دارن وطن پرست همه در یک جبهه مشترک براندازی امری ضروریست.

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol posted a comment:

"The Right To Be Lazy" was the title of a very popular book back in 1880's in France. It was printed in hundreds of thousands and all sold out. It basically argued that productivity was the bosses' problem, not workers. Workers labor to live and no the other way around.
Now in early 21st century France is again leading the world in issues of full employment and quality of life for working people.
As the opening lines for this seminal essay suggest "reducing working hours is more than a path to full employment. It could help millions live more fulfilling lives."
You be the judge.
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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

Stop, "Copy" and "Pasting" your stuff. Those sentences have been repeated a million times. LOL

PS: Shah was a no good traitor and an embezzling murderer who did nothing positive, but to bring these maggots, the Akhoonds, to life and power. Read more

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P.Galenous P_J. posted a comment:

As a non-economist layman, can't help but to observe/notice mixing of apples and oranges. In one hand we have first world successful industrial economies, i.e. Germany, Sweden, and to a lesser degree France in one camp...and then the third world agrarian economies like Greece, Spain, Portugal and others in the other...ALL vying to reach equilibrium in their living standards...By getting to gather, pooling their wealth and economies and becoming one and the same. Can't help, but not see that happening any time soon or as a rational possibility...Case and point is US's relation with her southern neighbor Mexico. The potential difference between the two is way too high for US and too low/deep for Mexico, consequently, wealth would automatically flow toward US. And, when it come to currency exchange and the rates, things are going to get even more complicated.

Whereas US and Canadian economic ties are different since that monumental economic gap/curves does not exist, and their currencies fluctuate within reasonable boundaries.

The next BIG problem could be Spain and Italy would not be too far behind, then what? Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

Property Owning Monarchy, is far less Corrupt than Property owning Democracy, which is far less corrupt than Property owning Theocracy. Iran went from the least corrupt version in Human History, to the most corrupt version, with the help of one Khomeini and a base of Corrupt Religious Iranians who were deceived about the King by Khomeini & Western media. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

The Shah understood this very well and was the Leader behind making sure Iranians enjoyed the largest growth in Middle class in global economic History against the Dictates of the Western Democratic Regimes. US development during the San Francisco Gold Rush as well as Japanese Development rates had set previous records for Middle Class Growth. The Late Shah's team worked hard to help Iranians leave poverty at the fastest rates focusing on Industrialization against the Dictates of the Corrupt Democratic Western Governments.

The Kings Team Accomplished All this with the complete opposition of Not Just the Corrupt Western Democracies, but also in Opposition to the Dictates of the Wests undeclared partners, hiding in plain sight and functioning as Nowkars against Iranian Interests, the IRI Mullahs & Masters of Iran's Decline & Extremism, who saw their ill gotten immoral power threatened by Free & Independent Iranians. Iranians Seeing the Truth threatens their Heads in Iran, because the Mullahs are seen as they have been, the Biggest Dastmals and Nowkars of Democratic Regimes against the People of Iran for 36 years. A National Disaster like the Mongol invasion of Iran, except the Mongols actually did some good for Iranians by slaughtering Mullahs, which gave Iranians enough time to breath Free of Corrupt Islamic Authorities & their Tyranny. Read more

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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

Human right violation started by your beloved murderous king and his SAVAKi agents like yourself. That's why I think you are not, but a BIG joke when it comes to human right, a lousy liar and a hypocrite.

Time is gold and wasting time on characters like you who are Akhoond's bretheren is a waste of my precious time. Read more

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juvus juvus posted a comment:

"There is literally no job the rich are not lazy enough to outsource. Because they cannot figure out the location of their post office, they need “Shyp.” With “Luxe,” they can get a person to park their car for them. And with “Saucey,” they can save themselves a trip to the liquor store."

There are a lot of things to fault the 1% for, but to fault them for having others do jobs for them is stupid and it tells me the writer paid no attention in economics 101.

This is the first thing my economics teacher explained, the concept that your time is worth money. We can all cook our own food, but some of us choose to go to drive through or a restaurant and have someone else cook for us. Why? Because the time it takes us to cook some of us may choose to be earning money instead. Are all lazy bums for hiring people to paint our houses, wash our cars, watch our children.

A 1% rich person could go the post office by himself, but he chooses to create jobs by hiring some guy to do it for him and pay that person maybe 15 bucks to perform the task while he is doing something that might be worth 20k During that time. The writer calls it lazy, the rich guy calls it being smart. That is why he is rich and the writer is not.

Once you have reached Bill gate level rich, doing things for yourself becomes expensive. Even cleaning their own shoes. Read more

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