Shut down Iran

by alimostofi

If God came to me, and said, "Ali, I grant you one wish today, what would you want?". I would say to him, "give Iranians the will power to shut down Iran and not be held hostage to Ayatollahs".  It means that the people who have to live, have the courage to not work for the next few days leading to Friday 11th February or 22 Bahman (Aquarius) of the Iranian calendar.

In my conversations to Iranians, they all say, "hey shut up, you are sitting in England, and it is easy for you to say, but I will lose my job".  So my plea is to the shop owners and all the people who love Iran.  Put Iran above your business.  What does it mean to you if the Ayatollahs find out that you and all the other businesses shut down? Nothing.  If you all did it together, then they are helpless.  Don't make them bread baker.

But they won't.  They will feed them.  So everyone who is helpless suffers because the business people don't care. 


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Shut it down now

by alimostofi on

The people need to take charge, and peacefully shut down the country.  The Islamic regime cannot run Iran on its own.  Do not work.  If you do, you are helping them. 


Ali Mostofi




I agree, moving forward...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Strikes, any forms of industrial action,  should be main tools of opposition. These street demoes are only going to identify opposition activists now that the islamist regime has shown it's hands. 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


All Iranians need to go on strike.

by AlexInFlorida on

That Iranians can not coordinate and cooperate in mass strikes means IRI will despotically control their lives for much longer than they would want.  Iranians stand the most to gain from strikes.