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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

thanks for your sources, politically speaking I am thinking you are right here Dale.

Dale, why do you think politically the USA went to take Ukraine in to the EU and Nato and why did the EU and USA refused a compromise with Russia, Russia refused their all or nothing power grab and they in response to russia's 3 veto's and support for Ukrainians just threw their hands up in the air and said it is all Russia's fault for everything?

politically do you think they wanted a compromise?

Is this not a US mistake because now all the cards are in Putins hand he had no reason to strike the f'ing jet, this is syria all over again a huge mistake there too in trying to frame assad and exposing their own stupid mistake, Doesn't Russia hold all the cards in Syria also, because it won't betray the IRI or the man power IRI can provide to decisively determine events ,

Wasn't the aim that either the USA was to win 100% or they sour relations between EU and Russia with the creation of millions more unemployed in Europe and win by virtue of ruining it for everyone they can? So strange to make such mistakes before everyone's eye's.

Don't the actions of democratic systems work in practice against their people and not for them, i mean who loses as you become isolated and associated with quagmires and unjust wars by criminal actors? How is this in the US interest, it has made a big confrontational mistake in 2 places now and its economy is in a depression. (looking like it is getting better but actually about to collapse if rates go up which they have to), I see politically why your post makes total sense. Upset. Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

That's why they call it Gender-Apartheid in Islamic Republic of Hell.
Systematic bias and prejudice against women in Islamic Republic of Hell is not limited to employment, Iranian women are not even allowed to watch a simple Volleyball game in their own country, and if they dare to protest they're physically attacked, arrested and jailed.
If Iranian women start feeling happy and dance as well, arrest, incarceration and forced apologies on national TV is for certain.
Last but not least according to religious laws of Islamic Republic of Hell a women's testimony in a court of law is worth only half of a man, but we all know that women give birth to men, so go and figure! Read more

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varjavand varjavand replied to comment:

Thanks DoostIran for your comment; I couldn’t agree with you more, there is no substitute for old-fashion way of doing things. Book is still the best way to obtain information especially for those of us who cannot sit and stare at the computer screen for a longtime. I think, the author of this book has done a superb job of analyzing the power of big gods and why it is necessary for the integration of prosocial groups.
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KavehAfrasiabi Kaveh Afrasiabi replied to comment:

Thank you. I disagree with your correction: first, the story conveys a time lapse and has retrospective flavor, i.e., the protagonist writing is not instant and, second, he gets impressed by Biblical stories and we could therefore imply a more complex identity. Read more

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MohammadAla Mohammad Ala posted a comment:

I encourage self-employment and women owning their own businesses. There are not many Iranian women entrepreneurs.

Iranian women should own their own businesses and run them too. There are older women who have financial resources to support younger women.

In 1990, I prepared documents to establish a small business center at Amir Kabir University, to support those who are not politically or religiously connected to start a business. It was not well received. Many Iranians ask to get paid even for learning something.

Many Iranian (women and men) want to get paid for their time whereas owning a business is a risky business and requires many hours of services. Very few understand the risk and reward of running a business. I have offered several free seminars and I am willing to offer another free seminar if 40-50 come together and ask me to teach it.

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dale dale replied to comment:

"......there is no cover up by investigators......"

Please note:
"The Causes of the MH17 Crash are “Classified”. Ukraine, Netherlands, Australia, Belgium Signed a “Non-disclosure Agreement”
On August 8, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Australia and Belgium signed a non-disclosure agreement pertaining to data obtained during the investigation into the causes of the crash of Malaysian Airlines MH17

Результаты следствия гибели Боинга-777 засекретили.

Live Journal, original Russian

edited by Global Research

In the framework of the 4-country agreement signed on 8 August between Ukraine, the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia, information on the progress and results of the investigation of the disaster will remain classified.

This was confirmed at a briefing in Kiev under the auspices of the office of the Prosecutor General Yuri Boychenko. In his words, the results of the investigation will be published once completed only if a consensus agreement of all parties that have signed the agreement prevails."

If these nations had found evidence proving Russian (or separatist) guilt in taking down the Malaysian airline, it would be headline news.

US satellite imagery is "classified." It should pinpoint who is responsible, but the imagery has been held back.

So have the conversations by the Kiev controllers, which the Ukraine regime possesses.

And the black boxes were recovered intact, but we have heard not a peep.

Suddenly, silence.

A Malaysian newspaper report that US intelligence officials had revealed that Russia was not involved. By deducton, we are left with the inevitable conclusion that
1. There is no evidence pointing to Russia or separtists
2. There is evidence that the plane was attacked by assault aircraft belonging to the neo-Nazi led Ukraine security forces.
3. So if Australia, Belgium, and Netherlands agree that the evidence points directly at the Ukraine military, Ukraine will veto and the information will not be released.

"....there is no cover up by investigators....."

"Following the signing of this agreement, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ratified the agreement and allowed for the participation of Malaysian staff to participate in the investigation." globalresearch

Ukraine (and Russia....and the US) knows who took the plane down, and that is why Ukraine has already designed a way to keep the findings suppressed.

Let's face it: Nazis are brutal, and people willing to kill in cold blood have no problem lying and blaming the convenient scapegoat provided by the NATO countries and the compliant corporate media, Russia The neo-Nazis are Russophobes, so they are the literal stormtroopers of the US funded and designed kidnapping of Ukraine for the sake of the EU and NATO. That IS the purpose of the "regime change" (and never mind that it was violent and overthrew an elected government who was impeached without a legal quorum, etc etc)....take control of the economy through the IMF and take control of the military (now in the hands of the neo-nazis) through NATO. Screw Russia!

US funding Nazis? Is the US using the Nazis....or being used?
In either case, it's another fiasco, ending in civil war and choas, another failed state to join Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Ukraine.

Is this a failure of policy? Not if the policy is to create divided nations with no ability to withstand US/Western control.. Last week, the US said: Maliki (our guy) has to go. Within a week he was gone.

When Victoria Nuland said Yats should be Prime Minister and the fascist element kept "on the outside but consulting three or four times a week," that is exactly what happened.

The US basically controls the IMF and NATO, and the goal, half achieved, is to take control through these agencies. The NATO membership (Ukraine is still "non-aligned" which is why the real President was chased out) needs the pretext of a "full scale invasion by Russia" (last weeks claim, changed nothing)to bring in NATO--and once there, it will never leave, NATO at Russia's border, violating the agreement prohibiting NATO from expanding into the old Warsaw Pact Nations.

So far Putin has avoided inflammatory rhetoric, despite being demonized (madman, mad dog, dictator, land-grabber, Satan), and has been able to protect Russian national interest (by annexing Crimea, home to 25,000 Russian troops and navy and a native population friendly to Russia) and avoid the boobytrap Ukraine keeps setting......the false flags, the invasions going back to March, the idiotic attack on the Malaysian airline------

A EU/NATO Ukraine, with fascists, central bankers, and corrupt oligarchs in charge is designed to make Russia nervous. It's actually a theft. So far, Putin is too smart to fall for the trap doors Ukraine keeps inventing. The shooting down of the airline is where this unholy nazi/banker/oligarch alliance may itself get shot down. If not, they will soon be shooting each other, as the whole rotten structure collapses.

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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:

IRAN has been run by monarchy for over 5000 years.
I am proud that my ancestors introduced monarchy as a political system for the first time to the history of mankind.
Last 35 years has been the darkest part in the history of IRAN because our Padeshah was not in charge in our homeland. He was gone and brought deep grief to the heat of any patriotic Iranians. Last 35 years has been marked as a "historical sneeze".
I am sure the monarchy will be restored in Iran, so Iranians don't need to ran away from their motherland to western countries or begging for visa from another country. Happiness will return to IRAN once we restore the Monarchy. Our ancestors were smart people. Read more

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Samanro Saman posted a comment:

Iran like many mid eastern and asian countries is still a traditional society, even in modern places like northern tehran, and woman with good jobs still expect their men to make more money than them and be the bread winners of the family, so its best to give the jobs to the men, otherwise this would create more issues in society. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

why did the USER take it down? it is not as if youtube took it down, it says the actual user took it down, so Why is that? is it intentional propaganda? anyone knows that users can be anonymous so I doubt it was pulled down due to any rules being broken or force. The wreckage evidence out now contradicts this claim, it show ground fire from relatively small arms fire, not massive planes guns or anti aircraft. Right? Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

there is a clash of world orders interests, but this does not make clear who did it. there is no cover up by investigators, there is a cover up by the perpetrators which might be anyone. The false clarity as if only the criminal west does this stuff is crazy, the russians have the same provocative insurgency capabilities as the west and can do regime changes using covert means like the west. The problem here is that both sides know the others game and are trying to preempt the other into losing support. This is a purely psychological war and right now all sides are losing because no one has anything hard that can make it stick and that is because this was done intentionally and not to test out their luck, but to misrepresent one another and divide each sides support.

The Russian case is look at the insane barbarism and fascism of kiev, the Wests case is look at this dictator, there is a part truth to the comments of both sides, may be both are true, but the only thing we know for sure is that One of these is definitely true and maybe both are true. May be both are trying to divide the other side and win politically since there is no military solution to cold wars between super powers. The thing is one side is definitely responsible and with out evidence how can we know who is right? They can't let a real war heat up, as no one has the money for a real major war and if they did it is not likely anyone would win, at least not now. Read more

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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

Dear AO,

I could not agree with you more! Especially your mention of cycle of life that we are interrupting, in terms of the animals/human relations and dependencies. Your reference to Somali's were eloquent, and true...and so was the South American fiasco that has been unfolding before our eyes, regarding the decimation of wild life and sea creatures. In fact there are several species of fish that have disappeared and feared extinct, and the fish they catch if by far too undersized and would be illegal to catch in the US. It is not only happening in South America, due to their lax attitude toward ecology and preservation of wild life, but all over the world!

We, humans are committing suicide and don't either know or care. In the US there are limitation of how many birds you can hunt in wing South America there isn't, as a result some unscrupulous American hunters travel to South America and slaughter these beautiful beings...also, population growth and deforestation are some of the greatest contributory factors for that decline!

Pacific Ocean hundred short years ago or so, was home to some of the largest stocks of fish, especially salmon...due to overfishing, they are all practically gone. There were countless fish canneries along side the California coast, no longer in existence!

When it comes to religion...unfortunately, it offers nothing constructive, workable or intelligent, except getting into a whole bunch of esoteric meaningless generalities. We have far more sofesticated laws purposed and adopted by informative scientists and environmentalists...I hope we wake up, take it seriously...and start using them before it is too late!

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DoostIran DoostIran posted a comment:

Thank you, Dr. Varjavand, for introducing the book. I actually ordered it online as I don't like e-book versions since I am old school and prefer the feel and touch of paper (I still have morning papers delivered to our house and turn pages sitting at the breakfast table with my wife). Having said that I believe the most interesting work on the concept of God, from my perspective, are the musings of Freud in his "Moses and Monotheism". I am fairly convinced that he must have been under the influence of cocaine when he wrote that. Maybe that is why it makes so much sense? Once again, thank you. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy posted a comment:

We are just not very smart people, that is my analysis based on the article and comments of what we think. Why would Ukrainians think this was Putins plane? just because his was in the area? Does that sound believable to you? Does any one know how intelligence is gathered and used, i.e. nothing is ever acted on unless verified first hand, so the plane could not be verified with any certainty unless forces to land, this means the Ukrainians would not have acted on the level of Intelligence they had. No way, especially when reality is taken into account, Putin's planes are always is surrounded by MiGs, are you telling me the Ukrainians did not know this and could not figure out why there was no MiG escort? And Putin flying on hostile territory, no russian planner takes such stupid risks, important flights are always diverted for security. US and Ukraine may have done it to frame russia, but the opposite is also true, anyone could have done it, that is the real value of the pictures. And we won't know until many years later since it is someones protected state secret now and even dutch investigators will have a tough job breaking into the truth when it is guarded. Read more

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