So Rape of Iranain demonstrators by the islamist regime is funny now!

by Roozbeh_Gilani

of course, on and Qom Bassiji gatherings only.

I know almost anything goes on this forum. I know anyone, I mean anyone , can come here and insult Iranians, the ones murdered by dictators past and present, justifying their murder in words which can only be uttered by some psychopath needing immediate detention in a secure mental facility. But this blog I saw today somehow caught my attention. It comes from a person claiming to be an Iranian woman, apparently with a sense of "humour".

Here is how the "joke" goes: The blogger poses the daft question about how the political prisoners of the islamist regime are raped in the jails by asking if a " lot is drawn how do they get it up", the other, the fake "commie", refering to the "tool of rape" says that  it will be in inches instead of metric if regime is changed (meaning "we" are going to rape "you" the Iranian nation if you dare toppling the fascistic islamist regime!), and the third one finds fake "commie's" response just priceless!

 I think that it is rather  fortunate that Toronto, London and LA is full of had/never been middle aged to geriatric Iranian diaspora with nothing better to do with their time  than to  joke about the rape of the bright young Iranain men and women back home, who have the courage to stand up and demand the rights of their downtrodden compatriots from the fascist islamist regim.

Stay put and enjoy the generous social security benefits at your democratic, secular western countries of residence, free of fear of being raped in jail, if caught cheating on your social security benefit claims! Iran is best without you parasites, that's for sure.


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Rooz It's real to you

by Escape on

  Rooz thanks.When you say you have witnessed crimes of the Islamic Regime of Iran,I believe you..That's all the difference between you and those favorited cyber basijeez.It's real to you.I don't think it's any joking matter,it's sick and should be taken seriously.Down to every detail with no distortion's,no getting out of truth.That's the liberal part of it,the blinded liars.Keep at it.



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

Pahlavan  Thank you my friend.

Divaneh: Political differences are good. I believe there are decent people of all political persuations. Problem is,  the site policy here is such that any crazed, otherwise ignored psychopath can come here and say what he/she wants, per blog in question. You know my 8 year old son would get detention, even suspension from school for saying words that some so called adults were uttering in that blog. But would these people have the courage to utter these comments in real world in front of real people? Of course not! Courage, honesty, integrity is not a trait I'd associate with such individuals.

Escape: I like you because you obviously believe  in what you say and I like people who have  clarityof mind and clear vision. I feel contempt towards this wishy washy, so called liberal, anything goes, change your mind everyday attitude. BTW you never offended me in anyway. But those who try to "offend me" need to know I have personally witnessed crimes committed by the islamist regime, so offensive,  that their empty cyber words just make me laugh! 

HHH: you should not call that person names. It most probably is not her fault. it could be poor upbringing, lack of education, mental issue or desparate need for some cyber attention otherwise lacking in real world. Most probably, all above!

"Raul": OK, I grant you the  attention you were seeking! But what the heck are you on about Akhi?!


"Personal business must yield to collective interest."



by Raoul1955 on

If you didn't value the Dirty Angel's blog, you wouldn't have been ticked off to write this.  You folks need to take a deep breath and don't jump by any posted material.  Although the site provides a venue for exchanging ideas and thoughts, one should also bear in mind that no one here is in a decision making position...  Just enjoy the opportunity of reading and writing and don't take the stuff too seriously.   :-)


Don't Get Fooled by the Name

by HHH on

Dirty Angel is actually a dirty scum, only the lowlife behind it uses this 1/2 nice name, Angel. Instead of wondering why the regime thugs rape other Iranians she/he wonders how they get it up, which proves that this person is also a sexual pervert.

So personally I pay no attention to what this person says neither do I care about her/his trash.


The Good,The Bad & the Ugly

by Escape on

Rooz It's worth commending your observation of the afforementioned dimension's of a playful schizophrenia.The Good,The Bad and The Ugly...I hope I haven't offended you with my comments that often are aimed at Iranian's in general.


Thanks Roozbeh

by divaneh on

You can't expect more than that from low lives. You are so right about them and that fake commie who is in my view the least respectable for hiding his true values behind a deceitful avatar. I do have respect for those with opposing views who have the honesty to express their true beliefs.



by Pahlevan on

Well said Roozbeh jan.

G. Rahmanian

The Delusional World Of IC

by G. Rahmanian on

Reading the said blog, I thought of this question: Is it possible those running IC and some contributors view this site as a mini United Nations and its editors as Ban Ki-Moon Juniors? I am sure you have read statements such as, "Dear ..., please stay. Don't leave us!" to the staunchest IR supporters who have insulted not only Iranians in Iran who fight against the regime, but also Iranians here on this site. All of a sudden, some converts to democracy see IC as a venue to rehearse the rituals of their newfound religion. They talk about freedom of expression, as though, they have forgotten the fact that 70 million Iranians inside Iran are deprived of the most basic rights. They even seem to have forgotten about millions of Iranians living in exile and why they, themselves, are on IC, in the first place. The bogus believers in democracy may even criticize you for not being gentle or kind enough when dealing with the regime supporters. They fail to recognize the war that IR has unleashed on Iranians in the past three decades.


Flagged, flogged or blocked.......

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

I dont care. Let me say it loud and clear for those with cognitive issues:

A single strand of  hair of these brave Iranian people who despite all these rapes , tortures, and executions continue their battle against the islamist fascism is worth more than a million of these clowns who have nothing better to do than come on, from dawn to dusk, to joke about their sufferings, for whatever reason.

And thank you G.R. for the comment! 

G. Rahmanian

Dear Rea:

by G. Rahmanian on

I propose that Feb. 6 be designated as the Flagging Day on IC. If you had noticed, yesterday, under one article alone every opposing comment and even a simple comment "introducing" the writer of the article were flagged. Under such conditions, and to make things safer for all and less time-consuming for the administration, it may be wiser to write your own blog than, possibly, get flagged or dragged into a never-ending debate. That said, let's relish this great democracy which has provided Iranians with ample opportunities to express themselves without the fear of being arrested, flogged in public, imprisoned, tortured, raped or lynched.



by Rea on

With few exceptions, you needed a blog about somebody else's blog to say what you think.

Why didn't you just go to the other blog and comment? If this is not hypocrisy, then, what is it ?

What's wrong with people nowadays, what's wrong with all of us  ?



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

 Yolanda: you are welcome. Islamist regime's tools of terror against Iranian people are: Rape, Torture and Execution. Nothing funny about any of them unless one completely lacks human empathy due to some mental issues. Here a woman ex political prisoner lucky to be alive tells her story://

G.Rahmanian: But there is always drug money! I also hope the next regime in Iran would not need to hire people to praise it on line! 

Nader Vanaki: Message would be the same in farsi. Torturing, raping and executing political prisoners is not a laughing matter.

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

Nader Vanaki

اشکال بعضی از وطنیها اینه که می خوان

Nader Vanaki

زیادی چُسی بیان اون هم به زبون انگلیسی!

G. Rahmanian


by G. Rahmanian on

The nation's coffers are depleted by the presidend and the gang and banks in the west have stopped cashing IR's checks. Also, it's time to lay low until the next government starts hiring. History does repeat itself, after all!



by yolanda on

Thank you, RG, for your very caring blog!

IRI's dirty trick is so unspeakable and is a bad idea to joke about it!

I did read the that blog this morning.....but rape is just too revolting for me to comment on it!

We should give the rape victims the dignity and respect!

thank you for sharing!



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

HG, I felt like responding to the blog, which would've been less time consuming, but certain bloggers' blogs I prefer not to read in interest of time, let alone comment on. I read that particular one due to title.

Vildmose, good to hear you feel the same.

Demo: why everyone is leaving? Stick around kid and meet every iranian. comer's final destiny: Blockage!

"Raul": You'll never be blocked, every village needs one like you!


"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

hamsade ghadimi

Raoul, is it allowed in the

by hamsade ghadimi on

Raoul, is it allowed in the 'west' to blog about something that you find offensive? please elaborate on the correct etiquette on the subject.



by Raoul1955 on

How insecure do you feel about yourself?  Insecure enough to feel offended by a blog?
Dirty Angel's humor may not be to your taste or mine, but we live in the West, and unless the site owners decide to impose Iranian values on the blogs and just allow one type of view, she and others are able to post similar blogs as they please, and if someone doesn't like the blog, then s/he should skip reading it. 


Farewell Comment

by Demo on

The point missed above was mixing up “the power of prayers” with some act as obnoxious as “raping of human being” and still not censored by the IC’s administration. A human under any title/nationality/religious belief/etc. with “no conscious” is 1000 times worse than an abominable beast in my humble opinion. And with this last comment ever goes my saying of “so long” & of my “farewell” to all in IC.  


I agree. Extremely in poor

by vildemose on

I agree. Extremely in poor taste. Epic failure at being satirical.

hamsade ghadimi

i also found the topic and

by hamsade ghadimi on

i also found the topic and exchange in that blog heinous (beyond lack of good judgement).  i didn't bother commenting on it as some rightfully commented to express their objection.