Either you want war, or you want peace

Iran is in deep trouble and people are starting to suffer


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Either you want war, or you want peace
by Mohammad Alireza
26-Oct-2012
 

Once again my writings here will most likely piss off some people but some things need to be said.

First a quick summary:

If you are voting for Romney you are voting for war with Iran.

If you think sanctions are justified then you have been brainwashed by propaganda originating from the war party and the Israeli lobby.

If you think innocent Iranians should be made to suffer so that a government “friendly” to the West’s hegemonic interests is installed in Iran then you are a “khianat-kar”.

If you are not reading the writings of Prof. Mohammad Sahimi and those on Lobelog.com and Antiwar.com then it is best you not vote because you are most likely uninformed about the real issues and have been watching too much Fox News.

And if you are now pissed off with what you have read so far then it is a very good sign that you don’t have the interests of the Iranian people at heart or are simply so badly informed that your perception of reality has been hijacked by those that are seeking war on Iran.

Before you trot out the accusations of “cyber Basij” and other crap like that let me tell you about the real Iran and not the Iran you think you know about from the comfort and safety of your expatriate home.

Iran is in deep trouble and people are starting to suffer, and things will get much much worse. And if you take action this suffering can be made less. (Not voting for Romney is one of those actions. Working to deliver much needed medicines blocked by the sanctions is another.)

The problems in Iran are rooted in many mistaken ideas, with one big mistaken idea being nuclear energy production. The other central problem is the economic management of the country, or should I say, mismanagement.

I am no academic or economist or anything like that but this is what I see. Supposedly 80 percent of the Iranian economy is controlled and operated by the state sector. From what I have experienced of government run organizations and companies the staff come to work at 9 a.m. and generally become functional around 10 a.m. and around noon it becomes hard to get a hold of anybody and by 1 p.m. nobody can be found to take care of business. Around 2 p.m. some people show up but only a few with most key people gone for the day as government office hours end at 2.30 p.m.

Of course a country will soon collapse if this is how things are run. It doesn’t matter how hard you pray to Allah for things to go right when inefficiency, unproductively, poor time management, upside down regulations that create log jams, and basic decisions and policies that go against the laws of economics and reality are rampant throughout every government agency and government owned company.

When giving bribes are the only way to get anything done it become proof positive that how things are managed need top to bottom re-design and re-organization.

The bottom line is that the Iranian people are being forced to suffer because of poor management, on all levels, and in all sectors.

Now the other thing you need to keep in mind is that grown men and women in Iran are unable to schedule a meeting that starts on time and are not able to show up on time for anything, and seem incapable of organizing their lives beyond the next few hours. For example, if you call a few days ahead or a week ahead to schedule a meeting with anybody in a government office the response is always the same; call that morning to see how the day is going. So you call in the morning and often the response you get is that the person is in a meeting that nobody can tell you when will come to an end, or the person is on “ma-moo-arriyaat”….which can mean anything, including being out of town or shopping for groceries or trying to sell some dollars.

As far as running a business or a project the level of incompetence is so extreme that the only way anything gets done is through a chaotic process of trial and error. Rarely is any proper planning done or anything thought through properly. It’s just a mindless undisciplined blundering forward process that always is amazing to witness because things do actually do get done here! And what keeps it all from falling apart is the Iranian’s innate ability to improvise and use his or her smarts to figure out a solution to fit the problem. What I have discovered is that Iranians are very intelligent and clever and can be very hard working but show them a way out from having to do their best they will take it. Don’t ever underestimate Iranians; that has been my observation. And beware of the wrath of revenge of an Iranian because anybody that has known an Iranian knows that they will move sky and mountain to get revenge. But living here these past eleven years has opened my eyes to what a peaceful society feels like; unlike America, where one has to be on constant guard against an act of violence. Even in the most expensive neighborhoods one does not feel safe in America. It is a society in degeneration. It is a sick society.

This whole nuclear nonsense can easily be solved and all it will take is a meeting between those that have the power to make a decision. Anybody else giving an opinion on what needs to be done is just wasting time and creating more problems.

At the moment Obama may be able to cut a deal with Iran but he does not have the power to bring along the Congress and Senate if he was to agree to remove the sanctions.

So why should Iran even take anything Mr. Obama has to say seriously if he does not have the power to carry through his promises?

Most everybody knows that the sanctions on Iraq were only removed YEARS after it was invaded and destroyed.

Do you really think Iran is going to go along with anything Mr. Obama has to offer with a track record like that?

Seriously. Wake up people. Either you want war, or you want peace.

Either the military industrial complex backs off and says we have killed and destroyed and made enough profits for now; go ahead have some peace, or they are going to pull every lever of power they have to keep the killing going.

Hegemonic control of the Middle East is the key central issue because 65% of easily recoverable resources of fossil fuels of the planet are within either within Iran’s borders or within 300 miles of Iran’s borders.

So of course Iran is Number One National Security Issue.

No, it is not nukes.

That’s just to fool most of the people most of the time.

Scaring you is the oldest trick in the book and shouting “Nukes!” is to fool you to look the other way while they go after what they are really after.

These days hegemonic control is being conducted through the latest war toy, Drones, straight out of “Terminator”. Everybody wants them.

After all, aren’t those drones just great! Just like a real video game, but with real blood and guts! Must be great to be President…every American boys dream…to become President…and have his own personal death list he can go over every morning…and by the afternoon see the live video images of the “bug splats”…which everybody forgets is somebody’s child, somebody’s husband, somebody’s father, somebody’s mother.

There now exists solid documentation that 80% of those killed by Drones have been innocent people that did not have any association with a terrorist.

Is that what Billions of Dollars are being spent on? To see which of you can be the Biggest Meanest Mother Fucker on the Planet? Fuck You and Your Elections! Fuck You and Your Fucking Democracy! Fuck You and Your Freedom! Fuck You America!


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MehranYazdi

Mohammad Alireza

by MehranYazdi on

Thanks for the link.

Information suggest that US has given a green light to Myanmar government to do as they wish in exchange to guard US interest and cooperate with US in many fronts. It is also clear that due to such corporations sanction are lifted and US is turning Myanmar to another base and most probably are also making financial helps to cover the costs to buy and please the government officials. And as usual, if millions of Muslim minorities die in the process, they think it worth it. In fact, they have killed two birds with one stone.

 


Mohammad Alireza

To Mehran Yazdi:

by Mohammad Alireza on

I don't think so.

This article seems to cover the issues reasonably well:

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/NJ30Ae...


MehranYazdi

By the way, It seems

by MehranYazdi on

By the way, It seems like this Rohingyans massacres escalated after Clinton visit with Myanmar government. Could  there be some deals made between the two that includes financial helps in exchange for massacres?


maziar 58

Best advice

by maziar 58 on

To M A

If for Real the sanction is hurting Iran or Iranians that you are concerned !for ; please gather a hand ful bunch and ask that the mollahs to live with  or .......

seems That you're using the victim's card

IRR wants that And they Got it And you know they don't give a... about Iranians.

Maziar


Mohammad Alireza

To Mehran Yazdi:

by Mohammad Alireza on

Thank you for your comment and it is good to know you are a regular reader of my writings on Iranian.com.

Price increases for many items are now being driven by psychology these days. When shop owners see buyers willing to pay higher prices for imported items they increase their prices. Land prices are rapidly going up because people see it as a better investment than keeping their money in the bank. Over the past 16 months land in the area I live in has increased in price by more than 100%, though few are buying at these higher prices.

Iran’s version of hybrid cars has been in the form of natural gas which has become very popular as it is far cheaper than gasoline but unfortunately the lines at the natural gas refilling stations are very long, sometimes requiring a one hour or more wait. Pollution has been reduced as a result but we still have far to go.

I agree with you that there are many alternatives to managing the Iranian economy but unfortunately those in power are so arrogant and uneducated about economics and management -- and many of our best and brightest have been part of the brain drain -- that we are left with those that believe everything can be solved through prayer.


MehranYazdi

Mohammad Alireza

by MehranYazdi on

I enjoy reading your blogs. keep up the good work. Even though I don't agree with some of your views.

You wrote the price of the Brick has doubled in a month.  What part of brick is imported? That tells me you cannot trust privet sector with economy in Iran.

These inflations are caused first and most by large subsidy cuts on gas and food. Now government has to give the same cuts in salary increases,etc.  Instead of cutting subsidies, they should have increased property taxes. Not on homestead but second and third and ......  homes.  This would have generated the necessary revenue and at the same time real estate tycoons and big investors wouldn't be able to manipulate the market by holding hundreds or thousands of homes for too long. This would also help reduce inflation since housing market is one of the market movers. This would be a healthy economic decision in my view as I put it cutting the fat not peeling off the skin. This would cut the cost of Bricks in half instead of doubling in a month.  

I am not a fan of thinking only about our own interests. That is what has got this world to where it is. Everyone looking after his/her interests. How can we then criticize west? They are after their interest. I think we should have a broader look. I even think we should bring people from Myanmar to Iran since they are being massacred. They are mostly farmers and provided some lands, they can farm and feed themselves and many Iranians. I don't think it is right to pull the plug on other countries either. What is very wrong with this whole picture is not Iran's support for a few other countries, but the violations of human rights and basic freedoms in Iran.

I also think Iran should upgrade the auto industries and start production of energy efficient Hybrid and electric cars. This will help to reduce the need for imported gasoline and clean the air that is causing so many deaths in the country, specially in Tehran.

 

 


masoudA

Sadam ejected Iraqi shiites

by masoudA on

from Iraq to come to Iran and for their children to turn out to be like you!!???   You are not unique.....so many of yours are in lead positions within IR......no wonder you are affraid of any attacks on IR.    Having said that - Us Iranians have nothing against immigrants - we are probabaly one of the few nations in the middle east which always endorsed immigrants......as long as they don't betray us as you do.    Let me ask you - have you learned any Farsi at all?  It is quiet interesting to see IR fund propagandists like you to campaign for Obama from inside Iran!!!   FYI - the results of early votings are in - 15% of all votes in according to Callup Romney Leads Obama by 6%.  

   http://www.gallup.com/poll/158420/registered-voters-already-cast-ballots.aspx


Mohammad Alireza

To masoudA:

by Mohammad Alireza on

For your information I am Iranian and actually live in Iran, unlike most of the people that sit in their comfort and safety of their expatriat homes outside Iran and advocate sanctions and war.

As for the link you provided...so what? The author says the truth, though the same can be said about extremist Christians and Jews.


Mohammad Alireza

To masoudA:

by Mohammad Alireza on

All my writings on Iranian.com make a very clear distingishen between the Iranian people and the regime but if you are unable to read English well enough and think for yourself then the problem is with you.

Clearly you are following the lead of the toadys of the Israel Lobby that roam this site and attempt to shoot down anything that is not to their liking.

Sad for you that you follow the lead of such traitors, though I doubt they are Iranian, but most likely are keyboard lackys sitting in Israel given the nonsense they write on this site.


masoudA

To help Alireza Understand us better

by masoudA on

 

Here is a little something for you Alireza - ask an Iranian for translation.

http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc6/s480x480/9292_456779894365062_1176957286_n.jpg


masoudA

As I said

by masoudA on

You need to separate Iranian People from the ISlamic Republic......but you can't do that can you?   Unlike the Islamic Republic, Iranian people have no issues with Jews or Isreal.   Same goes for Isreal - they know better to attack Iran and hurt Iranians......if they ever pull a strike, you my young friend can rest assured it would be against the ISlamic Republic and not Iran.   BTW - I see no need to respond to you on the Jerusalam Post article you posted - my countrymen did a good job of responding to you there.  

BTW - you are a propagandist......it pays little on the short run - but it will cost you much in the long run.   It always does.


Mohammad Alireza

To masoudA:

by Mohammad Alireza on

The only thing that is obvious is your baseless accusation.

I don’t have any problems with Israel -- which I distinguish from the Israeli Lobby -- and which you seem unable to do.

My views on Israel can be found in the article below --- which for your information, the editors of the Jerusalem Post felt kosher enough to publish.

http://iranian.com/main/2012/jan/iranians-and-...


masoudA

Indeed Mr. Alireza

by masoudA on

It is obvious your war is against Isreal......good luck with that.

Our war is against our biggest enemy throughout history - the Saudi/Vahabi Arabs.    You see my young friend - our cultures (Persians vs. Arabs) are in full crash......everything the Persians are for - they Vahabis are against!!   We are for Joy and Life - the are for mourning and afterlife.   We consider all men equal, they.....lol with that. 

Go sell your backwardness somewhere else - we have been getting along with Jews and Christians.....forever....unlike the Vahabis.


Mohammad Alireza

To the Israeli Lobby agents on Iranian.com:

by Mohammad Alireza on

"Israel Lobby Calls for an ‘Iranian Pearl Harbor’"

http://original.antiwar.com/muhammad-sahimi/2012/1...

"How US Drones Forge as Many Foes as They Kill"

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article32...

"US Detention of Imran Khan Part of Trend to Harass Anti-drone Advocates"

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article32...

"How the Clinton Administration Nixed an Iran Nuke Deal"

http://www.counterpunch.org/2012/10/29/how-the-cli...


masoudA

Dear Mohammad Alireza

by masoudA on

You see my young Democrat friend.......the fact that you are not Iranian makes you see things a bit different than us Iranians with passion for out country and countrymen.    Let me re-define the stem of your article this way:

Obama = Peace with the Islamic Republic.

Romney = War against the Islamic Republic. 

Now guess which one most people who care for Iran would chose!?

Also - I hope the money you get from the Democrat Party to disseminate this BS is enough to help with your school......I also hope you do well in school - but I do wish there was a school which could educate you in virtues and morals......that is what you need to understand what the people of Iran or any country goes through under a backward theocracy.....


Onlyiran

You are correct Vildemose

by Onlyiran on

I see it now.  This will be my last comment.


Onlyiran

Keep the fantasy alive

by Onlyiran on

that the U.S. is a dictatorship that is going to be destroyed any day, and that the IRI is the only entity that knows the "truth", etc.  You know, the stuff that you have been feeding the gullible masses for the past 33 years, which has helped keep your dictatorship in power.  But that nonsense has gone way beyond its "use by" date, and that's why you disrupt satelite transmissions into Iran and filter the internet.  Luckily, the newer generation of Iranians are not the illiterate peasants of 1979 who only got their news from the mosque.  They are educated, well traveled and tech savvy.  They get around your electronic barriers to information.  So, stop trying to distract from issues by talking about the U.S. and Israel.  It just doesn't work anymore.  

Your days are numbered.  Just face it and you'll be at peace with yourself, or even better, with your conscience.   


PS- the fact that you're reading those sites, and the fact that "Professor Sahimi" can reside in the U.S., get paid by a government funded university and write and post those articles is direct contradiction of your nonsense, and a testament to freedom  of speech in the United States. He would have been hanged in your beloved IRI for doing the same thing.

 


vildemose

 Dear OnlyIran: This

by vildemose on

 Dear OnlyIran: This author is blogging from Iran and perhaps from VEVAK headquarter. His arguments are not in good faith. Don't waste your time.

 

All Oppression Creates a State of War--Simone De Beauvoir


Mohammad Alireza

To Onlyiran:

by Mohammad Alireza on

Okay, good job. Now you are in the good books of “Homeland Security” given that every key stroke on Iranian.com is recorded and monitored and your IP number is stored for future reference. Don’t worry they won’t be coming for you…unless…


Onlyiran

This is not Iran under the IRI

by Onlyiran on

so, it's none of your business what I do or don't read.  Similarly, keep your IRI style "official reading list" to yourself, or email it to your boss, Mr. Shariatmadari, for that matter.


Mohammad Alireza

To Onlyiran:

by Mohammad Alireza on

Actually it would nice to be a dictator....(day dreaming)...but then one day they'd come and yank down ones oversized statue that is covered in bird shit...(snaps awake)

I think you should go back to your reading...The Weekly Standard, is it? Lots of good stuff in that. Bush use to read it all the time, though I doubt he knew what he was reading without Cheney explaining it to him.

Given that I don't want to come across as too big of a dictator, I'll give you a longer list of sites to choose from and which I read every day; just in case you feel motivated to get informed and give those brain cells a workout:

www.counterpunch.org
www.commondreams.org
www.democracynow.org
www.tomdispatch.com
www.informationclearinghouse.info
www.theatlantic.com
www.nytimes.com
www.guardian.co.uk
www.payvand.com/news
www.aljazeera.com
http://walt.foreignpolicy.com/

And finally if you want to find out what the Empire is thinking:

http://www.cfr.org/


Onlyiran

Anyone who believes that

by Onlyiran on

not reading "Professor Sahimi" and "Antiwar.com" makes a person "uninformed" is truly a closed minded little dictator.  So, what would you do if you ever come to power? Limit everyone's reading list to those two sources and call everyone who reads anything else a "khiatant-kar?"!!  Where have I seen that kind of conduct before?  Hmmmm...the IRI perhaps?   How about we just limit everyone's reading list to Keyhan?

I'm glad that despite your best efforts you just showed your true dictaorial nature.   


Albaloo

Good Article.

by Albaloo on

Good Article.


Mohammad Alireza

To Onlyiran:

by Mohammad Alireza on

At least you are honest enough to admit that you are poorly informed, so let's just leave it at that because going any further is a waste of time and energy.


Onlyiran

Simplistic IRI propaganda

by Onlyiran on

which is intended to manipulate emotional personalities.  Here's an example:

If you are not reading the writings of Prof. Mohammad Sahimi and those on Lobelog.com and Antiwar.com then it is best you not vote because you are most likely uninformed about the real issues and have been watching too much Fox News.

I don't read "Professor Sahimi"s writings, nor do I read "Lobelog" or Antiwar.  I aslo don't watch Fox News, and I'm planning to vote for Obama.  Lastly, I believe that some sanctions are proper so that the dictatorial IRI does not engage in business as usual, make money as usual and spend it on Hezbollah bombings in Lebanon and on oppression of the Iranian people.  So, if that's the beginning of your analysis, it makes the rest of it unpersuasive propaganda as well.   


Mohammad Alireza

To easycake:

by Mohammad Alireza on

I did manage to re-format your comment and read it and I think we are in general agreement. Yes, Iran is a theocratic dictatorship, which before 2009 only 15% of the Iranian population were aware of but now over 80% of the population is aware of.

And yes, if we managed to get all car owners to park their cars at intersections and everybody agreed to go on general strike there would be a major fuck up that could even possibly bring down the regime!

Anything is possible in this country.

But it’s the agreeing part and showing up on time part that Iranians have a hard time with….


Mohammad Alireza

To radius of the persian cat:

by Mohammad Alireza on

Thank you for your understanding and for putting it so elegantly. Good to have such exchanges on Iranian.com instead of the usual fights that break out.

My mentor in college always use to say we are a culture creating species and we need to learn to form functional coalitions so as to solve the problems of the world; nuclear war, climate change, racism, sexism, exploitation, poverty, etc.


radius-of-the-persian-cat

Re: M Alireza

by radius-of-the-persian-cat on

Dear MA, I think I see what you mean now and I fully understand your argument to vote for a peaceful society. From your comments and also from Iranian friends and colleagues I fully believe that between ordinary people there is much less violence as compared to many Western societies. This is what always makes me very confident that after political changes in Iran, the country will have a good prospect to develop towards a civil, tolerant and liberal society, where equal rights are guaranteed to everybody and people respect their differences. But at the moment it is exactly the disrespect for any political, religious, cultural individualism by the political regime that frightens people. I very well recall the time in East Germany, which was also characterized by sever political oppression by the regime, but amazing solidarity between the people and virtual absence of violence on the streets. I guess this is what you meant, and I agree that in many Western societies relationships between people, even between relatives, become colder and colder, the threshold to commit violence goes down, hate and atrocities against weaker people or against those that are somehow different is a major concern (the violent attacks of Anders Breivik in Norway were no singularity). But here, usually, the political class and the constitution is committed to protect the general human rights, to investigate and to prosecute those who commit crimes (with more or less efficiancy).

Non of the Western societies can be considered static or homogeneous. They constantly adapt the legislation to take into account the requirements of social, cultural and educational change. To be honest, I think the term "Western societies" is a mis-nomer. There are certain basic rights and principles, which were not "discovered" by the West (which like in the case of Germany 1933-1945 was on the forefront to abondon all these principles) , but which also have a tradition in India, post-war Japan or if you want to go further back, ancient Persia under Cyrous. If one brands the principles of freedom of thoughts, equallity of faith, ethnics, political programs, liberal justice etc as "Western society", it too often gets confused with untamed exploitation of the poor, colonial hegemonie, loss of family values.

In particular, I completely agree that war is absolutely useless (and even contraproductive) to implement values of humanism, political freedom and tolerance in another country.


Mohammad Alireza

To easycake:

by Mohammad Alireza on

I will attempt to decipher your comment once I’ve formatted it correctly and been able to read it so as to make sense of it but for now may I suggest for any future comments you use the “preview” feature before you post your comment so that you can see what it will look like before it is posted. Thank you.

Also, maybe mixing Farsi text with English text in one comment is the problem. So maybe make it into two different comments, one in Farsi, and one in English.


easycake

-- -- -- PEOPLE of IRAN MUST DO what is "DUE NOW -- -- --

by easycake on

 

-- -- -- PEOPLE of IRAN MUST do what is DUE  NOW  -- -- -- 

the Dictators in Iran ARE NOT GOD GIVEN Disaster that People of IRAN deserve so much to tolerate them.  

 

The Medicine is not Sanctioned to be sold to Iran, the Mullahs & IRG who own this market for any major Imports are Sanctioned!

 

it is time for people of Iran to WANT to Stop the sufferings and shoot-out their regime & its Power Hungry Members of anti-People Militia; Bassiji & Sepah Passdaran out of there... Period! out of their own Country... or it would play as an "or else" scenario for them ... ! 

 

everyone in the WORLD knows when the world is against your government who is brutal, old and stinky out,  you have to push such Government, the Regime & the system out of there -- or else!!

 

or else, the world would PUSH The Brutal Dictators Out, along with innocent people of Iran -- the Dictators in Iran ARE NOT GOD GIVEN Disaster that People of IRAN deserve so much to tolerate them.

 

it was not enough suffering from people in Iran, Now the rest of nations  feel threatened with Iranian Regime and the power they have at their Sleeves; this is something that many security Think Tanks hold as valid,  plus including Universities ! 

 

once the Iran's Regime; the Sepah Passdaran have Capability of the Nuclear Armament, NO ONE ELSE COULD SAVE the Iranian People from the Brutal Dictators Group of Iran so easily, Not in a Cost Effective Way -- not talking about Dollars Costs, talking Lives Cost !! 

 

People of IRAN Would Pay the Big Price --  much sooner than later -- if it will be inflicted or would be considered by other Nations that it would be a Great Cost to other Nations to remove this Brutal Regime. PEOPLE of IRAN MUST do what is DUE NOW !

 

They Need to remove the Regime -- Period ! 

 

one way to do it is the Strike, general Strike!

 

even much more effective day;

if for every one in major cities to Drive their Car the Most Major Intersections (Crossing Streets, in the corner of intersections) -- all drive at the same time-frame and on a particular set-time leave their cars (Park it) in behind the Traffic-Light of Intersection, switch it off, and walk away Home! all this should happen with Millions of Cars in Ten's of Cities ! ... the regime would collapse in a few days ! 

 

if Bassiji do even small mass killings, to scare people off: the Bassiji would kill Bassiji .. and in few days, the regime and its leader are collapsed.

 

God bless us all , especially against our true enemies within us !

 

------ مردم ایران باید انجام دهیم این است که به علت نیست. ------

دیکتاتورها در ایران، خدا داده نشده است فاجعه ای که مردم ایران سزاوار خیلی به آنها تحمل.

 

دارو را تحریم نمی شود به ایران فروخته شده، ملاها و سپاه پاسداران که خود را از این بازار برای هر واردات عمده تحریم شده است!

 

وقت آن است برای مردم ایران می خواهم برای جلوگیری از درد و رنج و شلیک کردن رژیم خود و قدرت خود را گرسنه ضد مردم شبه نظامیان بسیجی و سپاه پاسداران از آنجا ... دوره! خارج از کشور خود را ... و یا آن را به عنوان یک "یا دیگری" سناریو برای آنها بازی ... !

 

هر کس در جهان نمی داند که جهان علیه دولت خود را که وحشیانه، پیر و بد بو خارج است، شما باید به فشار دولت از جمله، رژیم و این سیستم وجود دارد - و یا دیگری!

 

یا دیگری، جهان را دیکتاتورها وحشی فشار، همراه با مردم بی گناه ایران - دیکتاتورها در ایران آیا خدا نمی شود فاجعه است که مردم ایران سزاوار خیلی به آنها تحمل است.

 

کافی بود از مردم در ایران، در حال حاضر از بقیه کشورها با رژیم ایران و قدرت آنها را در آستین خود احساس تهدید رنج می برند، این چیزی است که امنیت بسیاری فکر می کنم مخازن نگه دارید تا معتبر، به علاوه از جمله دانشگاه!

 

یک بار رژیم ایران، سپاه پاسداران حاضر توانایی تسلیحات هسته ای، هیچ کس دیگری می تواند مردم ایران از گروه وحشیانه دیکتاتورها از ایران را نجات دهد بنابراین به راحتی، نه در هزینه راه موثر - در مورد دلار هزینه صحبت کردن، صحبت کردن هزینه زندگی !

 

مردم ایران به قیمت بزرگ پرداخت - خیلی زودتر از بعد - اگر تحمیل خواهد شد و یا می تواند به کشورهای دیگر در نظر گرفته شده است که این امر می تواند هزینه های زیادی را به کشورهای دیگر برای حذف این رژیم وحشیانه. مردم ایران باید انجام دهند این است که به علت!

 

آنها نیاز به حذف رژیم - دوره!

 

یک راه برای انجام آن، اعتصاب، اعتصاب عمومی است!

 

حتی بسیار موثرتر روز؛

در صورتی که هر یک در شهرستانها عمده به رانندگی خود را بزرگ ترین تقاطع (عبور از خیابان ها، در گوشه ای از تقاطع) - تمام دیسک در همان زمان قاب و در یک زمان خاص تنظیم را ترک اتومبیل های خود را (پارک) در پشت ترافیک چراغ تقاطع، آن را خاموش، و راه رفتن به دور خانه! این همه باید با میلیون ها نفر از اتومبیل در ده شهرها اتفاق می افتد! ... رژیم در چند روز سقوط!

 

اگر بسیجی انجام قتل های دسته جمعی، حتی کوچک برای ترساندن مردم خاموش: بسیجی بسیجی کشتن .. و در چند روز، رژیم و رهبر آن سقوط کرد.

 

خداوند نگهدار همه ما، به خصوص در برابر دشمنان واقعی ما در تماس با ما!

 


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