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juvus juvus posted a comment:

Well there's "may be" an agreement now. It is never over until it is over.

BUT Is it a coincidence that the president lifted the arms sales ban on Egypt hours before this deal is reached? Well let see what Sherlock Holmes has to say about this.:-)

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juvus juvus posted a comment:

This is going to sound crazy, but I am getting a good feeling about this weapons freeze lift vis a vis the nuclear talks with Iran. Or maybe I am projecting. But hear this out.

My mind is always in a constant connect the dots of small world events and issues to get a bigger picture.

The US is doing a balancing act. Mother USA is trying to make the Arabs children feel as if she loves them just as much as before, even if she is trying to get the prodigal son to come back into the fold.

Mother America is giving assurances. And trust me some of them are plain MF stupid. Helping invade Yemen among many more to come. But weapons lift is to calm Egypt down that Iran will not get special treatment and they will not be left defenseless, like they are all pretending they believe, so to get crap from guilt feeling mother America. And mother America needs to sell get rid of weapons from weapons factory so it helps as well.

So that tells me that Obama feels that he can get that deal done,l and he just passing goodies to keep the balancing act going.

It is tiring being mother America. Personally I would disown all those damn kids so I could get my MF sanity back. but my parenting techniques are different.XD Read more

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ArvandRud Arvand Rud replied to comment:

The mullah regime kills more people in one year than died during the Shah's entire 37 year rule.

Where are all those 'revolutionaries' now? Living in the west using every chance they get to condemn Israel and the U.S.

The IRI loves these people. They spread the regime's propaganda with unwavering tenacity.

These people aren't even real leftists. If they were they would be crying about all of the other 100 countries around the world with human rights violations also. Not just 'Amrika' and 'Esraeel'. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

Any talks to legitimize or secure any government for Iranians must be based on Human rights, Freedom and Justice to be legitimate for Iran. If ONLY Iranians could have the Freedom, Independence, Justice and Human Rights they enjoyed during the late Shah's era there would be NO DISCUSSION TODAY, NONE AT ALL.

It is because IRANIANS do not enjoy what they has before, that the people of Iran are enraged at the pointless suffering of Iranians at the hands of the IRI. The only issue that was a legitimate issue in the past was regarding the lack of political freedom, which the king and his team rightly believed was far too soon to even attempt to deliver under the conditions that existed and based on results they were right and the people of Iran were wrong. So today Patriotic Iranians regardless of Ideology, or support for Iran's legal rights, are doing everything they can to bring an end to the anti-Iranian and Corrupt Islamic Authorities who call themselves the IRI. And regardless of the efforts of anti-Iranians, ultimately Patriotic Iranians will succeed. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

The IRI Governments illegitimacy stems from being made up from the most stupid, unqualified, idiotic, moronic, narrow minded, ignorant, inhumane, corrupt, unlawful and immoral acting individuals. Nana can talk all she wants, her father in fighting for the IRI and not for Iran just like the IRI became a traitor to all Iranians and most of the people can see this based on their results both then and now. Read more

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Tehrooni3 Tehrooni posted a comment:

Funny video :-)

I think the hole thing was a Hostage crisis even from the beginning. Iran is exercising its right to enrich Uranium and has agreed to IAEA inspections of related sites as it is defined in non proliferation treaty. Iran didn't take anything from anyone. It is very obvious that US and its master want to bully Iran on that issue and as we know Iranians are allergic to that.

The Saudis know very well, that Iran will not react to Yemen war, as long as they are talking to 5+1, so they simply used the muddy waters to pursue their goals of domination Yemen and beyond. As for Pakistan, I think there will be no surprise. Pakistanis will continue to do what KSA wishes and the calculus remain unchanged.

The West is not interested in peace in what so ever place. They look after their short term interests which are defined by the military-industrial-complex and will pursue their goals even if it takes million of innocent lives. Read more

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Bavafa Bavafa posted a comment:

Can you please point me to a last case when the West/US took a stand towards Iran as a result of its human rights violations? While at it, can you also do the same thing for a stand against Saudi Arabia's violations of human rights?

Or perhaps we can point to the evidence that the current sanctions were implemented as a result of human rights issues?

If you can't provide such evidence, can we then conclude that the current talks has nothing to do with human rights and its protection or lack of?

Mehrdad
P.S. If we are against the nuclear talks, we ought to state our position honestly and creditably, otherwise it will taint our other stands.
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juvus juvus posted a comment:

The rules against women attending certain sports are political. It is a show of power from people who wish to show they have still have relevance amid the changing political landscape in Iran, and unfortunately women are caught in the crossfire. But this is not a tactic unique to Iran. It is a global tactics by political parties all over the world. Even here in the USA.

I am glad najiyeh is taking stand. And she is right not to be afraid. The government will not see her opposition as a challenge to their legitimacy. She is clearly and soly interested in reversing this idiotic rule not make some political statement. Read more

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