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Dakho Dakho replied to comment:

What fantasies? Monarchists' hallucinations are utter nightmares. For any sane & rational person a mere mentioning of SAVAK rekindles most bitter memories & feelings but for these shameless few SAVAK is only a "saving angel". Shahollais are the true brethren of Hezbollahis, what these two groups regard as fantasies are regarded by Iranian people as nightmares and hell. Down with both of them. Read more

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Dakho Dakho replied to comment:

Your permanent hallucinations aside the anti-monarchy narrative and tradition in Iran is as old as Mazdak and his movement, that means thousands of years; you need to educate yourself.
Vast majority of Iranians gave monarchy and monarchists a good kick in the you know what 36 years and for good measures have reaffirmed their continued disenchantment with monarchy every chance they get.
That includes what happened on 2 May 2015 with teachers' protest in Iran.
But you're so helplessly lost in your own eternal delusions you can't even remember what teachers did three months ago in Iran. Can you? Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol posted a comment:

برگزاری مراسم سالروز تاسیس حزب کمونیست ایران در دماوند
http://komalah.org/Farsi/index.php/exbar/11122.html


گرامیداشت سالروز تاسیس حزب کمونیست ایران در سنندج
http://komalah.org/Farsi/index.php/exbar/11123.html


برگزاری مراسم گرامیداشت سالروز تاسیس حزب کمونیست ایران در بانه
http://komalah.org/Farsi/index.php/exbar/11121.html


فعالیت تبلیغی به مناسبت تاسیس حزب کمونیست ایران در مریوان
http://komalah.org/Farsi/index.php/exbar/11120.html
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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

"But the main opposition to monarchists are Iranian people." When the Aim of the USA, UK, France and Germany is to suppress Iranians, they work to manufacture discontent among Iranians against their own Culture. Otherwise the Vast Majority of Iranians are & have been a product of their own culture & not the IRI religion. Which is why Most Iranians are Monarchists not the unjust anti-monarchists that were manufactured to achieve an aim. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

You put a quote up trying to say that Einstein didn't believe in God,
No that is not true, did you not read what I wrote with his quote, like Iranians he took a nice peeeeeee on religion, as he should have, for presenting a false, childish view of god. Einstein was fully a believer in god, just not the one in the bible. Anyone can understand god just by looking at the laws that are, not the nonsense of religion. Read more

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Dakho Dakho replied to comment:

Although your optimism is greatly appreciated and encouraged, based on the actual history of how Islamic Republic operates we could say your conclusions are very simplistic and mechanical.
History of IR in the past 36 years has shown that whenever it has had to back down in the international arena, it has led to extreme repression and brutality inside Iran, just to make sure that its defeat outside of Iran doesn't translate into a defeat internally as well. That's what happened in late 80's in Iran and that's exactly what's taking place right now.
Our only resource for hope, strength and power is Iranian Civil Society with all its components and all the social movements it encompasses.
Our only option is to double our efforts in supporting those social movements inside Iran and augmenting of Iran's Civil Society in any way we can.
May the force be with us!
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Dakho Dakho posted a comment:

There are two main narratives about the origins of NIAC; one attributes it to a certain Mr. Hossein Alikhani, another one cites the origins of NIAC to four American members of the Oil lobby in the US congress.
Which one is the correct version? Read more

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Dakho Dakho posted a comment:

Talk about an understatement.
Gaza is already so uninhabitable by so many standards, to compile a short list would be at least a few hundred pages books.
Let's just say the circumstances in Gaza are so bad that even ISIS is having an easy time growing in there!
That fact alone should wake everybody up, but it hasn't. Read more

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juvus juvus replied to comment:

Einstein views on religion is like the bible for theists. He is the Muhammad of our time. Everybody is trying to figure out what he meant and coming up with their own spin irrespective of his actual views.

You put a quote up trying to say that Einstein didn't believe in God, I think he very much believed in God, but the was not a believer in religion. Same as Voltaire. There is a difference. And most people whether atheists or religious don't care about or understand the distinction.

Einstein on God
"I want to know God's thoughts; the rest are details."

"I am convinced that He (God) does not play dice."

"God is subtle but he is not malicious."

"God does not care about our mathematical difficulties. He integrates empirically."

"Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods."

"I'm not an atheist and I don't think I can call myself a pantheist. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangements of the books, but doesn't know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God"

But he is dead now. So we get to put words in his mouth.



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Shirzadegan Siavash posted a comment:

درود ما بر آتنا دائمی و دیگر زندانیان سیاسی

دوستان پیروزی نزدیک است.

اتحاد تمامی‌ نیروهای مبارز و میهن پرست اعم از کارگران زحمت کش، دانش آموزان، دانشجویان، معلمین، کشاورزان، میهن دوستانی که در بسیج و سپاه پاسداران مشغول به کارند و با چشم خود شاهد ویرانی و از هم پاشیدگی ایران هستند، روحانی‌های که به جدایی دین از سیاست معتقد هستند... همه و همه... در یک جبهه مشترک براندازی برای پایان دادن به حکومت ظلم و ستم ملایان جنایتکار آماده مشویم.

پیش به سوی "جبهه مشترک براندازی"

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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:

"I only ask you to check your sources to see how many of settlers "survived from holocaust"
Mehrdad


"A variety of Jewish agencies were active in the displaced persons camps. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee provided refugees with food and clothing, and the Organization for Rehabilitation through Training (ORT) offered vocational training. Jewish displaced persons also formed self-governing organizations, and many worked toward the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. There were central committees of Jewish displaced persons in the American and British zones which, as their PRIMARY GOALS, PRESSED FOR GREATER IMMIGRATION OPPORTUNITIES AND THE CREATION OF A JEWISH HOMELAND IN PALESTINE."

"Many countries closed their borders to immigration. Despite these obstacles, many Jewish displaced persons attempted to leave Europe as soon as possible."

"The Jewish Brigade Group, formed as a unit within the British army in late 1944, worked with former partisans to help organize the Brihah (literally "escape"), the exodus of 250,000 Jewish refugees across closed borders from inside Europe to the coast in an attempt to sail for Palestine. The Mosad le-Aliyah Bet, an agency established by the Jewish leadership in Palestine, organized "illegal" immigration (Aliyah Bet) by ship. However, the British intercepted most of the ships."

"In 1947, for example, the British stopped the Exodus 1947 at the port of Haifa. The ship had 4,500 Holocaust survivors on board, who were returned to Germany on British vessels. In most cases, the British detained the refugees—over 50,000—in detention camps on the island of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The British use of detention camps as a deterrent failed, and the flood of immigrants attempting entry into Palestine continued.
The internment of Jewish refugees—many of them Holocaust survivors—turned world opinion against British policy in Palestine. The report of the Anglo-American Commission of Inquiry in January 1946 led US president Harry Truman to pressure Britain into admitting 100,000 Jewish refugees into Palestine.
As the crisis escalated, the British government decided to submit the problem of Palestine to the United Nations (UN). In a special session, the UN General Assembly voted on November 29, 1947, to partition Palestine into two new states, one Jewish and the other Arab, a recommendation that Jewish leaders accepted and the Arabs rejected."

"The Nazi Holocaust, which engulfed millions of Jews in Europe, proved anew the urgency of the reestablishment of the Jewish State, which would solve the problem of Jewish homelessness by opening the gates to all Jews and lifting the Jewish people to equality in the family of nations."
Holocaust survivors from displaced persons camps in Europe and from detention camps on Cyprus were welcomed into the Jewish homeland. Many of them fought in Israel's War of Independence in 1948 and 1949. In 1953, Yad Vashem (The Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority), the national institution for Holocaust commemoration, was established.


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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

Mansur, thank you for you time, care & concern for Iran. You end with. "dictators in particular of theocratic ones are not their strategic allies and are certainly not guarantors of long-term stability, it is the peaceful, secular, and democratic people of Iran that they need to rely on and truly align with in order to ensure the regional and global safety, security, and prosperity." What makes you think the USA & Democratic Regimes do not love Dictators as their Allies?

What makes you think the USA wants the Long term Stability for Iran? What makes you think the aim of the USA is to ensure the regional and global safety, security, and prosperity? Surely you know this is not what the USA has been after based on its consistent actions. The USA could not have spelt out its own agenda more clearly than in the recommendations of MIT to the club of Rome where the aim of thwarting Iran & undermining Iran's newly independent economy (which was one of only 6 core economies in the world), by undermining Iranians culture at their own hands. If you care about Iran, focus on it's Iranian Culture & Proven Secular Traditions. Please consider changing you talk about Democracy. This Idea is not even proven for corrupt, inhumane, unjust, criminal democratic regimes. Iran's Monarchy & Iranian Unity need to be the focus of patriots. Read more

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