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Shirzadegan

Siavash

Europeans should deport all these ugly faces to Saudi Arabia.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

They should start with the monarchists and MKO!

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

shouldn't you be helping to install more child molesters into government, like you accomplished in your opposition to monarchy in Iran?

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

I don't like your Pahlavi cult, therefore I support child molesters!? Shame on you! I want your comment to remain here, so readers can see the twisted, sick rationality of monarchists.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Our shahanshah was well dressed, well educated and good looking gentleman who fit the standard of Europeans.
Unlike Arabs, Iranians, are also well dressed, well mannered and classy people. They fit the European standards.
Those ugly, unshaved, unkept faces who usually have a body odor are mostly Islamic terrorist Arabs from southern Lebanon. They need to be kick out of Europe. They unfit to European standard way of living. They don't belong to Europe.
All should be shipped to garbage can, if not Saudi Arabia.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

Your king was a criminal monkey dancing to the tune of US/UK masters...a true worthless satrapy!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

That is another Mullah's propaganda. They used such a propaganda to reach power in 70's .
Don't waste your time. That trick doesn't work anymore. Our people suffered for 35 years that they don't buy such a nonsense anymore. Our people are starving and no room for those propaganda in Iran. Seems your mind have been frozen in 70's. Come to Iran and see it with your eyes that those propaganda doesn't have customers anymore. Or may be you are in Iran, but your writing is for people who have been away from Iran for many years such as our mutual friend @Hoshang tarehgol

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Yeah coming from an anti monarchist that is in practice a supporter of the child molester's responsible for the abuse that goes on every day in Iran today, since we all know this never used to occur on such a scale with the Monarchy System which you opposed and lie about like the BBC or Time.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

Only the rotten mentality of a Pahlavi drone would connect opposition to the Pahlavi dictatorship with support for child molesters. Although, wasn't Ashraf Pahlavi know to molest anything and everything that she could sink her claws into!!!?

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Definitely not our "king," he was brought to power in am illegal coup against the democratically elected government of Dr. Mohammed Mosadegh (RIP). Although your clown king might have had a glitzy surface, his content, his soul and conduct was rotten to the core, not to mention incredibly superstitious & stupid. More than once he claimed & even wrote, black on white, that he thought & "knew" that an invisible hand saved him from assassination, and problems with landing an air plain. Even the stupidest peasants are not that superstitious, but you clown king was.
Your clown king was a "king" for foreign interests in Iran, brought to power by foreign interests, don't get it twisted.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

that's right MRP was too good for you and you are not really an Iranian at any rate, you as Iranian as the Mullahs. The Shah was the King of Iranians, not Anti-Monarchists that harmed Iranians at all costs by opposing a Monarchy System that was better than any of the comparable republics of the 3rd world in most regards and then help to replace it with child molesters and thieves. I'm thinking people that act this way against Iran and for Nowkars like Mossadegh are not Iranians, but fascist child molester supporters.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

If anyone is not an Iranian, it's the traitors that are rank and file in the Pahlavi cult. You guys would sell Iran, Iranians, and your mothers for another Pahlavi nightmare!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

If anyone is not an Iranian, it's the traitors that are rank and file in the criminal mullahs enterprises.
You guys would sell Iran, Iranians, and your mother for ruling criminal mullahs !

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Of course, "Definitely" Not the king of black and Red reactionarists. Our shahanshah has never been and never will be the king of black and Reds reactionaries.
Mullahs and communists are sects in our society. They are not part of main Iran's population.
They took power illegitimately by setting a fire in Cinema Rex in Abadan in 1978, blamed it on Shah and S.A.V.A.K. They unlawfully took power by spreading the rumors against our shahanshah and Monarchy. They took power by lies and deception of our naive people. They also unlawfully stayed in power for 35 years. They did it by massacre of thousand and thousands Iranians. No doubt about it that our shahanshah is NOT their king. We are all on the same page as far as whose king is our shahanshah.
We are also agree that our shahanshah was well dressed, well educated, well mannered gentleman. His public speech and the use of words were smart and very sophisticated. Again, no doubt about it. We are all agree on that. His personal believe system was his private life. What is important for us is his public appearance and his public speech. He was a good "Role Model" for our generation in terms of attire, speech and mannerism. No one can deny that. Public knowledge.

About foreign interest in Iran, I have to say that those nonsenses were made by mullahs and communists in order to reach power. What people can expect from mullahs and communists.
Do we expect them to come forward and say that shahanshah had a interest of his nation in his heart.? Of course, they won't say that. If they say that, people will question them. People will ask them, so why do you guys took us on streets against shah. ? They have to come up with some retarded logic such as Khomaini's image on the surface of the moon or his hair in koran or "king of foreign interest in Iran". common sense.
To all viewers of this blog, please listen carefully what our shahanshah is saying and how he defends Iranians interest.



The above video is a historical fact. You need to work on your biases against Pahlavi dynasty in therapeutic setting as I mentioned before. Through years of conditioning and hanging out with "Confederation students" back in 60's or 70's you have acquired strong irrational base, replete with emotional symbolism about Pahlavi's dynasty.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

With all the sycophants in the peacock court, the old monkey lost sight of reality. The CIA said in 1978 that Iran was stable. So, the monkey thought it must be. In 1979, he was out of Iran and running around the planet homeless. Even his masters wouldn't take him in. Nobody was there in 1978 to say "the Shah has no clothes"!

Now, those same old sycophants are sitting in outside of Iran, clogging up Iranian.com, with historical revisionism and old clips of the Pahlavi monkeys! Never facing the fact that if the Shah was so brilliant how come he didn't see the coming storm? If he thought Iran was prosperous, how come Iranians were unhappy? Did it have to do with the brutality of SAVAK, the Pahlavi freeloading, or the fact that the whole dictatorship was the monkey dancing for the Western masters?

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"Monkey.." ???
Again, we are dealing with Lupenism language here,not a logic. The common language which was brought to beautiful Iranian culture. I am sure it will be faded away once we topple Islamic criminal gang and free our country from the hands of those monsters.

Anyway, The subject and main issue here is the criminal enterprises of ruling mullahs in Iran who are in charge at present time. Ruling criminal mullahs massacred our people, robbed our country and accumulated their wealth in Swiss, Canada, Malaysian, Dubi........etc banks.

Here is the link for massacre of our people. it has been from 1981 to 1987 by alphabetical order from A to Z. Click on the first last name and you will see the list of people who were executed by Islamic criminal gang.

http://www.irantribunal.com/index.php/en/resourses/documents/27-list-of-political-mass-executions-in-1980s

Needless to say that our virgin sisters were being raped the night before their execution. Common knowledge.
After putting all their oppositions in silence, Islamic monsters robbed our country and sent their money to the foreign banks around the world. There were no voice to protest because they killed all who spoke out. Below link shows that robbery.

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-421699

Please notice, the user name "ghourbagheh" is trying to "Misdirect" the whole issue to something else. This technique of MISDIRECTION is widely used these days. Be aware.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

well done, I agree with everything you mentioned.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

Two monarchists patting each other on the back!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

User name ghourbagheh, below is your worst nightmare. It has English subtitle, so you understand what is going on in IRAN if your native language is not Farsi.
BTW,
how is the weather in Lebanon ?




GOAL : RESTORING MONARCHY

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Very soon you have to stand in the front of the Iranians and answer to their questions. Please don't runaway.
Some people who gives you "Free Ride" out of their simplicity.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Your clown king actually had the worse elements of both Stalinists , ex- Tudeh and mullahs in his government. From Ghotbi "the Marxist" in charge of national T.V. to a host of mullah sycophants, your clown king was also "endowed" with all kinds of "Reds" and "Blacks!"

Monarchists' "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" screams from every line they write in here. But as devoted as they remain to their Fuhrer, they forget a minor detail that even their name Pahlavi was also stolen from another family, and their real name is Savadkohi. Monarchists need to educate themselves soooo much.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Sounds like "Free Ride" to me again. You don't get it, do you?

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

We all get it and have gotten it very accurately and precisely for a long while now. Monarchists suffering from "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" are the ones that don't get it.
Your so called Pahlavis were a bunch of thieves and murderers, they even stole their last name from another family.
Are you denying monarchist suffer from a "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder?"

Shirzadegan

Siavash

I just "google search" about Deficiency Disorder. This is what I found:

"deficiency syndrome is a rare disorder. Approximately 500 cases have been reported worldwide"


http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/glut1-deficiency-syndrome

Seems you are wrong in your "mental health assessment". The rest of your comment is baseless accusations which leaded to misery, poverty, and starvation of our nation for 35 years. Don't you think enough is enough.
Seems Ministry of information loves your comments.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

What you need to research is your own psyche and your own mentality and see why all you monarchists always need a Fuhrer to feel complete and whole.
Shahollahis, Hezbollahis and Stalinists all have this common characteristic of an urgent need for a Uber Leader to compensate for their own inadequacies.
Instead of searching the entire web just read this little book and you'll find out why monarchists need serious psychotherapy. Enjoy it.

Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

As manner a fact, I did attended therapy to recognize my biases, my strength and my weakness when I was in graduate school. That's why I advised you strongly to seek therapy. Your connection with Confederation students hurt you big time to the extend that you can't be impartial, unbiased and objective.
My recommendation was meant for your own sake, it was not to be sarcastic. Unfortunately "Therapy" has not been recognized in our culture. Iranians think someone should be crazy or mentally imbalance to go to therapy. NO, that is not the reason people seek therapy. The mentally imbalance individual should be managed by psychiatric medications, not by therapy.
Quite contrary, people with good degree of intelligent should attend the therapy session. They benefit from sorting out their feelings and skillful therapist can work on those feeling in a therapeutic settings.

You have a deep "Emotional bonding" with confederation student to the extend that bring tears to your eyes whenever you think of them. That is commonly called "Emotional response". Very quickly you give emotional response to any of those students. In such a scenario, you will benefit to seek therapy to sort out your feeling about those students.
Your best time of your youth has been associated with those students. In those days, you created memories, shared the memories, laughed, cried with those students and at the end you..... enjoyed every second of your life with them.
In a meanwhile, those memories associated or rather paired with anti Pahlavi's feeling. There are not separable. They commingled, entangled. Technically called "Conditioning". Through years of conditioning and association with those students you have acquired strong irrational base, replete with strong emotional hate toward Pahlavi's dynasty.

To view Pahlavi's in a positive way means to kill all those "Good memories". it is not possible to give up all those pleasant time by reading a couple of comments here on this site. NOT at all. That is big part of your life that you adore it preciously. (remember tears in the eyes)
Only through the course of therapy, you will be able to objective, impartial and unbiassed.
you may learn from William wood worth's ode that says:

.... though nothing can bring back,
the hours of splendor in the grass,
the glory of the flowers,
We will grieve not,
rather find strength,
in what remains behind.


من هیچگاه خاطره شکوه علفزار،

و رایحه دل‌ انگیز گلهای بهاری را فراموش نمیکنم،

و اکنون حسرت دوران گذشته را میخورم.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

And they let you "graduate" with this level of English profciency?!
FYI most members of "Konfedrasion" always considered my type unmanageable and unbearable because we were always too independent and didn't fall for their populist nonesense.
All my good memories go back to Iran, its countryside and growing up with friends and family.

What you need to do is to once and for all free yourself from all oppersors including so called pahalvis, think for yourself and become a truly independent individuale.

BTW the poet's name is William Wordsworth not "wood worth!" What was the name of that "graduate school" that gave you a degree? Hopefully it wasn't a degree in English!

Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"most members of "Konfedrasion" always considered my type unmanageable and unbearable"
Hoshang Tarehgol

So your problem is with authority figures. That comes from your childhood relationship with your father. Most likely you were disobedient child and always on your father's nerve. That also can be with older brighter who made a hard time for you in the family.

Now, I get a picture, that also explains your despise from authoritative figure such as Reza Khan. Very interesting.
Again, all these issues should be addressed in therapeutic sessions. I am suspecting that you experienced divorce and frequent misconducts with law enforcement and your life partner.
It seems there is more into than I was expecting.
Anyway, I strongly recommend therapist. That has nothing to do with being "Independent" . That is fighting with authority figures such as law enforcement and any person whom you view as authoritative.

Since you like to criticize people for their misspelling or their English grammar. Please allow me to correct you too.

It is NOT "Individuale", as you wrote in the above comment.
The correct spelling is INDIVIDUAL.
THERE IS NO "E" AT THE END OF INDIVIDUAL.
How do you feel now ? That is really childish, but hey if correction makes you happy, why not ?

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

You're the one with problems, not I, don't get it twisted.

Take a look at "the picture of the day" for today on this site, and see what Benjamin Franklin says about questioning authority:

"It is the first responsibility of every citizen to question authority."

Only within a fascist mindset, questioning authority is tantamount to sacrilegious, but for all mature liberated human beings it is a very healthy practice.

Isn't funny and revealing at the same time how you refuse to read a little book about "little men". What are you resisting? Becoming a mature liberated person that could question authority figures and think for himself? Isn't time for you think for yourself?

Being independent minded is not as scary as they have told you.
Do yourself a big favor and read this little book about "little men" and see how it resembles your condition.

Listen, little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"most members of "Konfedrasion" always considered my type unmanageable and unbearable"
Hoshang Tare...
The above statement is yours, NOT mine. is it sound like someone who is "questioning authority" ?
No, it is saying that you keep having conflict with any authority figures..... etc.
It comes from your grown up. It comes from the type of relationship you had with your father or someone in your family whom you perceived as "Authority figure". You were constantly in conflict with that authority figure in the family.
you may use the mask in here, but deep down in your hear you know what I am talking about. I think you also have problem with law enforcement. you experienced divorce. ....etc.
anyway, I just said what benefits you. i try to be helpful.
About that little man , I am looking to find a time to review it. it is not a paragraph or 2 paragraph. it is a long page. it needs time to read. I am short on that.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Before you start making obtuse statements and "observations" you need to understand what populism means, how it played it our in the context of Iranian students' movement of 1970, and what it meant to be anti-populist.

And why is questioning authority such a negative and bad thing for you? Are you afraid to stand up for your rights? Are you afraid to ask hard questions? Before trying to "help" anyone, you need to ask yourself why are you so horrified of independent thinking and what makes you so scared of being an independent individual.

The book "Listen Little Man!" written by Wilhelm Reich is about individuals who are horrified to think for themselves and always need a "leader" to think for them. Does it sound familiar? Wink, wink.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"individuals who are horrified to think for themselves and always need a "leader" to think for them."
Hoshang Tar......

There is always leader in any social movement.
From Lenin who was leading Oct. revolution in 1917 to Mao who was leading China's revolution in 1948.
From Mazdak to Khomeini who was leading social turmoil in Iran's history.
From Fidel Castro in 1962 to Ho Chi Minh in 1975. There have always been leaders in those uprising and social unrest.

Those individuals who always need a "Leader" were ordinary people like me. Those "INDIVIDUALS" were main population of the society as we see in Chia, Russia, Cuba, Vietnam..... . . . . They were normal people.
Those, who were diverted from the norm, have Psychological issue. They always challenge the authority. They don't fit the norm of majority of people. They're rare, if any.
In all social movement , Main population follow the leader and those individuals who doesn't follow the leader remain as a "Sect". Sect is common in any society.
In Psychiatric Manual (D.S.M) it has been classified as "Conduct disorder". Conduct disorder individuals have problem with any establishments and norm of society. The problem is NOT establishment. The problem originated in their primary relationship in their family of origin.
"Sculpturing" is common technique used in family therapy to reach and understand the malfunctioning in the family of origin.
Sculpturing detect the "closeness" or "distance" among family members. ...
People with issue about authority figures are usually get into trouble with law enforcement as well. they were raised in a family whose father or older brother dictated them what to do and what not to do. Very rough childhood. Their challenges started from family of origin and developed throughout the years. Family of origin shape their characters and make them to challenge any form of establishment. always remember : F.O.O.W
(Family of origin works)

P.S
"Populism" refers to any "social movement" which is premitive or rather backward. We witnessed backward movement in Iran in 1979. Iran revolution has characterized as "Populism". In that, the social movement doesn't have the color, sophistication and neatness of European Social Unrest. It is retarded due to marginal level of education in those countries.
To see the image of Khomeini in the moon is vivid example of "populism". Vandalize public area such as banks, parks, etc is another form of populism.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Only in a fascist conception unquestioning obedience in considered a norm. The norm in a civilized setting is questioning the authority.
Not only you're afraid to read "Listen Little Man," you're also scared to read and think about what Benjamin Franklin says about questioning authority.
Why such resistance towards being a free person and thinking for yourself?
You pop-psychology is as challenged as your English, and "political-science" they're all incoherent and scream with fears of freedom and free expression.
Fascist obedience to a leader is indeed shaped at a early stage of development, but even that could change, only if you have the courage to think for yourself and grow up.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

I am sure people who attended revolution in Cuba, USSR, China, Vietnams, ......etc.. QUESTION Fidel Castro, Lenin, Mao, Ho Chi Minh.....
TO QUESTION is way different with what you just said about yourself. "unmanageable and unbearable".
We are talking about 2 different behavior.
1. One is questioning.
2. The other one is constantly having problem with authorities and establishment. Got it ?
Remember F.O.O.W.


HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

You're still afraid of questioning authority or reading parts of a small book called "Listen Little man!", such severe hesitation by itself proves everything about an authoritarian mindset that always needs and seeks a "leader" to be guided. Freedom of thought is not as scary as you think. Give it a chance it will free you once and for all.
A mature individual is defined by her/his independence of thought, not by total obedience.

P.S. As far as histories if Russian and Chinese revolutions go alas you remain close to totally ignorant of them. Suffice it to say that the policies that led to victories of both those revolutions stem from prolonged, heated discussions, disagreements and consensus building. You ought to inform and educate yourself on the histories of those revolutions before making ignorant obtuse statements about them.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Are you saying Lenin and Mao were NOT the LEADERS of those revolution. ? Of course, we all know he was a "LEADER" and ordinary people like me followed him.
Are you saying people like me who followed Lenin, Mao's, Fidel Castro, Ho Chi Minh's instructions did NOT have "Independence of thought" ?
Of course they did have independence thoughts, but they attended under one leadership which was Lenin, Mao, Castro and Ho chi Minh. ..
Did they make any inquiries from those leaders ? I am sure they did.

Your problem has nothing to do with "questioning authorities". Your problem has a long term history, it initiated in the "family of origin" when you had to face authoritarian father or older brother. You were constantly in fight with those individuals as you grown up.

As an adult, your conflict with the family of origin was generalized to the higher level. It was generalized to the members of the society. The family of origin is no longer in picture.
"Konfederation students" was one of those institutes that you had problem. Those students couldn't detect the problem because they were idiots, as we know it. They couldn't understand why you were "unmanageable and unbearable". The issue remained intact till today. it should be addressed in a therapeutic settings, however therapy promises a little in terms of "Clinical improvement". Personality malfunctioning or rather "character disorder" is not something therapists are interested to work on it. It has been classified as "Axis II"according to DSM , but deep feeling about "Konfederation students" who brings tears to the eyes is classified in "Axis I".
"Axis I" has a good prognosis. However Axis II can't be touched.
Axis I is something that therapists can work on those feelings which brought tears to your eyes. I am sure you benefit from therapeutic settings.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

If you weren't utterly ignorant of the history of Russian and Chinese revolutions you would have known that both Lenin and Mao were constantly questioned, disagreed with and at every point they had to argue and persuade others to follow their ideas. This leadership was questioned every single day and it was only through a process of consensus building that they were able to have others follow them. Now think about that, if your mind has the capacity to understand what questioning leaders means.

When Lenin arrived at the Finland station no one in Russia agreed with him. They weren't making inquires from him, they were disagreeing with everything he was saying. You need to educate yourself before making obtuse unsubstantiated claims.

You also don't know squat about how I deal with people other than two sentences you take out of context and cling to like straws to make more obtuse statements. You're still defensive about reading parts of a small book called "Listen Little Man!" Does it remind you of the little man inside? Your therapy starts with reading that small book and discovering why independent thinking and independent living is the true mature path. Relying on "leaders" (especially clown king murderers) to tell you how to think and behave will always keep you in an infantile stage, which actually corresponds with your level of discourse, English and arguments.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"The book "Listen Little Man!" written by Wilhelm Reich is about individuals who are horrified to think for themselves and always need a "leader" to think for them."
Hoshang Tare....

In the above paragraph you're saying that all those revolutionary people who chose the leaders were horrified from political leaders such as Fidel Castro, Mao, Lenin, Ho Chi Minh, Khomaini, ......etc.
You're saying they were NOT independent thinkers and always needed leader to think for them.
Now, you twisted around saying NO, in all those revolution people were disagreed with the leaders. If they were disagree, why they they choose those leaders ? Why they were relying on those leaders to tell them how to think and behave and lead their country ? All those revolutionary people were in an infantile stage because they need leaders. NO need for Fidel.....Ho chi minh....
In your logic, l those revolutions and revolutionary people had dependent thinking. But the fact is that all of them had independent thinking, but any social movement need a leader. Leader and mass has intertwine interaction with each other. One feed from the other.
You're trying to justify your malfunctioning in the society as if you were questioning the authorities. That cover up doesn't fly. "Unmanageable and unbearable" requires therapeutic intervention. Canada have very good clinicians and I heard Canada offers good medical insurance coverage. it benefits you to talk with one of those clinicians.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

No, it is saying SAVAK loving monarchists who suffer from a severe case of "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" are our Little Men in need of a clown king murdering "leader" to tell them how to think.
Why are you so petrified to read a small book on "Little Man" always in need of others telling them what to do?
Go and read the history of Russian Revolution before making more foolish statements about it. Don't you ever get tired of writing so much smack about topics that you have absolutely zero understanding of? Or do you take pride is displaying your utter ignorance for all to see?
The first step in therapy for SAVAK loving monarchist, suffering from "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" is to read that small book called "Listen, Little Man!" The more you postpone this, the more you display how afraid of therapeutic treatment you are.

Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

" you're afraid of criticism, and afraid of the power that is promised you."
From the book "Listen, Little Man"

Many comments on this site project part of the commentator's personality. That is technically called "Projection Identification".
The person who is struggling with weight pay close attention to the Shah's daughter weight in shah family's Norooz picture. The picture was displayed on this site a while back. The person who is afraid of criticism get attracted to the story of "Listen little man". The person "project" his/her own wishes, fears to the story. Sometimes, they "project" their inner world toward a nice painting they view.
"Projection Identification" is a strong tool for detecting inner world. Rorschach Test serves that purpose. The client will "project" his/her inner world to the ambiguous painting or portrait. What the person verbalizes is part of his/her personality. Rorschach has great clinical implication with a good result to rules out ultimate therapeutic diagnosis.

Like I said before, the comments on this site say more about commentator's character than anything else. Our fears, our anxiety all appears on the comments we portrait publicly, but most of the time the commentator is not aware of it.
"Slip of Tongue" is a small piece to the men's soul or rather men's mind. We don't know who is sitting behind these computer keyboards. What we see is a small piece of the iceberg. The giant part of the iceberg is hidden under water. "Slip of tongue" is a vent to the giant part of the soul. Just a simple word the commentator uses is an indicate of underline, ongoing issue. As we read, we have to pay close attention to people's comments because they're telling us something about their character.
"The tears in the eyes" was a vent to soul. It was a strong "Emotional respond" to one the commentators who used to be a member of the Konfederation students many years ago. We just see a piece of the iceberg. The giant part is under the water and we can't see. Slip of tongue helped the observer became aware of the ongoing issue that requires therapeutic intervention. (Tears classified in Axis I according to DSM).
Now, another so called "Red Flag".
The commentator was saying about his "Unmanageable and Unbearable" behavior as he was being labeled by the Konfederation students. The Konfederation students could see, could feel something is wrong or rather they could see something was NOT quiet right, but they were not smart enough to pinpoint the ongoing issue. They labeled it as "Unmanageable and unbearable". Again, That is Axis II according to DSM. Therefore, all these issue has nothing to do with Pahlavi dynasty or any other authority figures. it comes from inside of the commentators. In simple language, it is NOT outside, it is inside the mind of the writer. In broader aspect, we can say that the issue is psychological, not political.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

If you're not so petrified of reading a small book on Fascist mentality (which is very akin to "king" obsessed monarchist mentality) then why do you delay & postpone reading it? How come you have time for all these utterly ridiculously uneducated, uninformed "comments" yet you can't find a few minutes to read about the malady that effects authoritarian mindsets?
The answer is simple: the truth is painful for your type.
Your therapy begins with reading this small book. There's absolutely no reason for delay, other than lack of courage, but I have a feeling even SAVAK loving monarchists could use some help to shed off their "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder." Enjoy the reading.

Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

" If given your choice between a library and a fight, you'll undoubtedly go to the fight."
From the book Listen, Little Man

Yes, I read the article throughly and I realized that it fits your character more than describing me. For example, in the above statement, for sure, I choose library over go to the fight.

Or this paragraph,

"you found a revolutionary freedom party under the leadership of a truly great man, let's say Jesus, Marx, Lincoln, or Lenin."
From the book, Listen little man

The author is talking about communist and religious run societies. Communist and religious establishment (Reds and blacks) both brought disaster, poverty and misery to the the history of mankind. Just take a look at those countries ran by communism or religion ideologies.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Congratulations! At least you tried to read parts of that small book that fits your monarchist arguments. If you had also bothered to read about who the author actually was, you would have found out that that Wilhelm Reich himself was also a leading member of the German communist party, who was expelled from that organization because of his independent views.
Reich was always criticizing what he termed "Authoritarian Personality." This type of personality always seeks strong leaders that would do the "thinking" for their followers and those followers are always inclined to let the leaders do the thinking for them.
Does that sound familiar, wink, wink!

Now, your next reading assignment is the text below, enjoy reading.
The Authoritarian Personality
Erich Fromm
https://www.marxists.org/archive/fromm/works/1957/authoritarian.htm



P.S. In the workers' movement the guiding principal for activism is based around the notion of PRAXIS, which means your actions have to be informed and accompanied by a guiding theory and set of principals. So in such an instance "a library" and "a fight" are not two distinct opposing choices but parts and parcels of an organic unit that compliment and enhance each other.

The Philosophy of Praxis: Marx, Lukács and the Frankfurt School
The origins of "Western Marxism"
http://www.versobooks.com/books/1638-the-philosophy-of-praxis

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"you found a revolutionary freedom party under the leadership of a truly great man, let's say Jesus, Marx, Lincoln, or Lenin."
From the book, Listen little man


again, no connection between what I wrote in my comment and respond in your comment.
I don't believe in the above statement.
2 issues I pinpointed in my comment which you didn't even bother to read or pay attention.

1."Religion social order" that Reich is talking about was doomed to fail.
2. "Socialism social order" that Reich is talking about is doomed to fail.

These 2 ideologies brought misery and poverty for their nations. Please go back and read what I said.
Reich is describing you more than anybody else. You finally found some write up from specific person who had you miserable childhood in his connection with his father or authoritarian figure in his family. That is NOT typical character.
Majority of the people in that party followed the leader. This person is one among 1 million. Why don't you go with those million ? why don't you pay attention to the norm. ? what is stopping you.?
Million followed Mao, Million followed Lenin, Million followed Ho chi minh...Million followed Fidel Castro and Che ......what you're trying to be exceptional. Have you ever thought of that ?
That is the core issue. Got it ?

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

No amount of vicious, ridiculous personal attack will hide the fact that you're immensely suffering from a severe case of "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder," and still very defensive about any reference to how you always need to be a follower of a "leader." In your case a murdering clown king, that paved the way for mullahs by his violent, corrupt dictatorship.

I don't need to "try" to be exceptional, all human beings are exceptional, in the simple sense that we are all different. Only is a Fascist mindset all humanity is reduced to a single template, the one template that needs to follow "leaders" to fulfill itself.

Your utterly humorless, monotone, robotic "discourse" amply demonstrate the miserable disposition you have suffered, are suffering and will suffer from.

The core issue is that at some point in your life, if it's not already too late, you need to think and act for yourself, without reliance on anyone and finally start becoming a mature individual.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

where's does your little bacheh nowkar mossadegh come on your list of clowns? Tried and failed to pull off a putsch against the constitution like hitlers Munich putsch. Republican Fascist weasels are alike. Yuck I need to go wash just thinking about that rotten thief of democrat makes me want to vomit.

And you can talk, oh oracle what is your answer to Iran's ills???? Haahahahahahah hooohohoho Democratic System Jooneh amat, fascist thinking republicans adore brazil maybe they should go there and stop interfering against countries like Iran, they do not really belong to nor have they ever served the well being of.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Dr. Mohammad Mosadegh (RIP) was the very first Iranian to write a book on International Law and Iran. Compare that to some monarchists, like those utterly stupid Zahedis that couldn't even write correct English, wink, wink.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Mossadeghs Book was likely used by no one, I say this because what kind of an international lawyer would use the book of one who would lose Iran's rights to a share of the profits of Iraqi, Bahraini and Kuwaiti oil. Can I hear a Big servant, water bou and nowkar of BP. No any book written by Mossadegh on International Law is about as useful as a book written by Obama on Constitutional Law, after the President has clearly taken a big Dump on the Constitution of the USA.

P_J..

P_J..

This impotent treasonous, and despised character was an embarrassment to humanity and Iranians!

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

I seem to remember him actually helping Iran go from the Income they enjoyed during the Mossadegh Era to 20 times that in the years to come.
For me that puts him high above the Republican Fascist Mossadegh in terms of admiration among Iranians today. Ce la vie.

P_J..

P_J..

As usual your fanatically clouded Shahollahi/Hezbollah mind was ill informed and wrong! Mossadegh, on his mother side, had come from real royalty not a trailer trash that the Pahlavi garbage had stemmed from. And on his father side he was a Bakhtiarie chieftain, one of the oldest Iranian tribes.

Iranian income that you mentioned was due to and thanks to Mossadegh and his nationalization of oil industry that your treasonous Queen of Kings and the Shame of Aryans, fought against! That miserable colonial servant, your Shahanshah, also collaborated with Iran's enemies in order to secure and extend his miserable fascistic rule where by extending the colonial rules of his masters, US/Britain, resulting in prolongation of the backwardness of Iranian nation...

I know that those are hard to grasp subjects that matters. Especially to a Shahollahi/Hezbollah mind, But try and try hard, you might eventually digest them and get there...someday!!!!

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Dr. Mohammad Mosadegh (RIP) was the only world leader who took the Brits to International court and won, hands down.
Monarchists remain the only ones with "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder."

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

The fines payable to BP look that up and see what he won, hands down. He put the hands of the people and tied them behind their backs with his record.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Dr. Mohammad Mosadegh (RIP) was the leader of Iranian people in Nationalization of Oil Industry movement, a prominent leader in Third World movements and always referred to as a true liberator by all other prominent third world leaders Nehru, Nasser, Tito,...
Only monarchists suffering from "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" deny Dr. Mosadegh's historical stature.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Personally, I disagree with the Iron Curtain of Propaganda in the West on their own people first and then on our feeble minded. If we listen to the BBC or CNN or Time we get the same propaganda about the first democratically elected man who didn't add to much in terms of abiding by the rule of law and was never democratically elected.

Since the Pahlavi's were serving Iranian Peace and Progress and only repressing extreme political elements, their opponents which helped the west achieve its agenda of regime change in Iran are the biggest Nowkars of all, they are so ignorant they don't even know they are Water Boys for Colonialists, most of all they know zilch about economics. What does one do with so many good for nothings????? Let them speak and don't listen to them like western democracies? No thanks.

P_J..

P_J..

I am amazed of how much nonsense you believe in and spew out...or may be you are just kidding...you come across as someone who is unable or can't deal with reality and/or not serious in his beliefs, thoughts and able to veer of to his outrageous world of self deception and history rewrites. You would have done quite well in the world of science fiction and fantasy, rewriting your own version of world history!

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Once again you've demonstrated you utter ignorance of Civil Society in Western nations and the extended array of Alternative Media they provide for people with open mind (obviously monarchists with "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder" are not open minded). Practically in every single country in Europe and Northern America there's an Alternative Media Center.

So called "Pahlavis" (since we all know even their last name was stolen from other people) "served" to fatten their pockets and when they had to go for that last "vacation" with no return, they took all those billions of stolen monies with themselves. Yet after all these years monarchists' Fuhrer Deficiency Order remains intact.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Yeah the "alternative media" is made up of the talking points of the CIA and MI6, jooneh amat alternative. The record shows the Pahlavi's enriched Iranians thousand more times than they enriched themselves and being a capitalist I have no issue with them being enriched relative to the good they were doing. Yet the facts show they left Iran with only a fraction of the salary that was paid to them, so most of their wealth remained in Iran and around only 50 million USD left the country with them in 79 of which what they are living on today is not even a penny of that amount as much was stolen by someone. Only a fascistic mindset could support a Mossadegh who used absolute power, call for a democratic system and misrepresent a King as a Fuhrer. Why don't you talk up fascist brazil or the increasingly fascist USA and some other fascist republics, you know, for the sake of honesty.

P_J..

P_J..

Why don't you read the nonsense you spew out, day in and day out!!! At least try to contemplate, if NOT deliberate or regurgitate what you write!!!

Hoshang Tarehgol hit it the nail right on the head by calling you, the Shahollahi/Hezbollah, people with Fuhrer complex. You are the most vocal supporters of dictatorship, despotism, and idle worshiping. Then why are you criticizing the Mullahs...they are right up your alley?! You may have missed the evolutionary thought process that mankind is suppose to, and goes through...we can only move forward and not back! Your treasonous, Shah and his murderous SAVAK are dead and gone! Trust me when I tell you that they will never come back, and thinking of the CLOWN prince is folly, in vain and just a fantasy!

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Why is it whenever you can't make an argument you start referring to my female family members? That Rastakhiz party, which you want to reestablish again so much was exactly the type of fascism which paved the way for mullahs.
Are you denying monarchists suffer from a Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder?

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

Absolutely! The Rastakhiz ideology was a carbon copy of European fascism. Incidentally, that's how dependent the Pahlavi regime was. They couldn't even do right wing ideology on their own. They had to import from the West!

P_J..

P_J..

They were fascism reestablished by the West in order to rob the East. We see more examples of that in the Persian Gulf Sheikdoms of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE and the rest! This folly will continue so long as the life blood of Western industrial prowess is OIL based!

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

It's the blowback of colonialism. When you go and screw up other peoples livelihood, kill them, enslave them, at some point your chickens come back home to roost! And it's not as if Europe, or even Belgium, has altered it's behavior. They just put a mask on now, because overt colonialism is not palatable anymore...

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

With your kind its a wonder we don't have more child molesters in power in Iran, I mean based on your opposition to the Monarchy with out a Better Alternative than child molesters and thieves.

P_J..

P_J..

Again monarchy is NOT the solution but the problem. 99% of world governments were monarchial just hundred or so years ago...today that percentage has dwindled down to may be 2%. Why do you think that drastic change has happened...think hard NOW, and respond! No BS or the usual diatribes or circular logic, please!!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

If the above logic is correct, those people should be black people from Africa, NOT unshaven, stinky, ugly faces from Middle East and Arab world. Arabs are the ones who furnished themselves with Islamic ideology.
If the above comment is correct African are the ones who should act out for being colonized 2 or 300 years ago, Not Islamic terrorist who came to the picture after 1979 social turmoil in Iran.
Talibans, Jihad eslami, hamas, hezbollahs. ... .. and all those garbages came to the picture after Mullah khomaini came to Iran in 1979. Islam has been there for 1400 years, but no one use it for "Blowback" against colonization. It Just started from 1979.
What you don't understand is the idea of Jihad and idea of to be killed in the way of Allah which brings misery, devastation for people around the world. Charlatans such as Shariatie and ruling criminal mullahs in Iran, are the ones who should be blamed, NOT Europeans.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

"unshaven, stinky, ugly faces from Middle East and Arab world"

You are a bigot, and nothing more!!!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Are you saying they were shaven, clean and beautiful.?
Seems you didn't watch the video.
That is okay, many people who watched the video know what is in there as far as those Islamic faces, Islamic attire concerned.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

as one who gave rise to AN, I can't see why you have any issue with, "unshaven, stinky, ugly faces" it's a good and graphic description of many in power in Iran too, the middle east has some smelly people didn't you know and as for ugly faces, just well use eyneh and tell us what you see. So the pot doesn't call the kettle black. Having a record of supporting Fascist Democratic Systems and been a supporter of the child molester infestation is power today in Iran. The minds and thinkers behind rape for protestors.

ghourbagheh

ghourbagheh First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. -Gandhi

"as for ugly faces, just well use eyneh and tell us what you see"

Look in your family album for a better reference!

You're the one that 24/7 is pounding on your keyboard in support of the fascist dictatorship of Pahlavi!?

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

You forgot to mention those Authoritarian Liberals!!!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

You agreed our shahanshah was well dressed, well mannered gentleman who spoke in a smart and sophisticated fashion. Not only in Farsi, in English and French as well.
I met many French people who admired our shahanshah's command in French language. He never used the word "MONKEY" in his speech against idiots who were opposed with him. Just take a look above and see who is using that word.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

When you went to school someone should have told you the difference between form and content and why content is always more significant and substantial than form or appearance.
Your clown king had a very rotten to core content, he was a murdering egotistical megalomaniac who thought of himself as some sort of a demi-god (in parts due to sycophant like you), until he went for his second "vacation" and got back to reality. Apparently reality didn't bode that well with him, as we all know the end of his very sorry story.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Yes, content is rarely opposed with it's form.
Whoever told you "Form" is always opposed with it's "Content", he/she lied to you.
The same thing I am saying has been said by our legends as :

از کوزه همان برون تراود که در اوست.

In the case of our shahanshah, he was well dressed, well mannered, soft and smart spoken gentleman which match with his intention of prosperity, modernization and progress of Iran.

On strike contrast, Mullahs with unshaven, unkept, ugly face, with stinky body odor carries the most vicious, ugly life style for people around them. Not only for Iranians, they cause problems for other countries as well. That is the reason whole world look at them as a "Scam on the face of the earth" or rather terrorists.
Remember our people slogan during June 2009
یک هفته،

دو هفته،

محمود حموم نرفته

I didn't create that slogan. it was said by million Iranians. That means content matches with it's form as far as political landscape in Iran concerned.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Your childish mechanical conceptions are just that: childish conceptions.
If you ever get the courage to look critically at what the content of your clown king was all about, you shall discover that his substance, content, inner motions were rotten to the core.


Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Our shahanshah's "content" was as beautiful as his "form". His smart public speech, his mannerism and his sophisticated attire all rimes with what he had inside. He was a kind hearted, forgiving gentleman.
He forgave his dissents very often. عف ملوکانه

Mullahs propaganda got into you. Don't listen to them.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Monarchists and mullahs are all the same when it comes to power figures. Monarchists and mullahs all suffer from "Fuhrer Deficiency Disorder". Read this book below and find out how and why. Don't be afraid of new ideas. Read and learn new things. Good luck.

Listen, Little Man!
http://www.listenlittleman.com/

AnonymousObserver

Anonymous Observer

Does Islam also prohibit lying and hypocrisy? The guy complains about the Belgian society being perverted. Yet he traveled thousands of miles to join that society! Why isn;t this bearded freak in Mosul, enjoying the paradise of the Islamic State? Also, he claims that they have only been 60 amputations in the past 1400 years of Islamic rule in the world. How about the thousands who have been openly and proudly beheaded by ISIS on video for the past three years for being "kafirs?" Do they count? Oops, I forgot! ISIS is an Israeli operation and has nothing to do with Islam. :-)

P_J..

P_J..

Religious ideologies are all based on hypocrisy and double talk...how else would an "intelligent" being could be convinced on parting the sea, walking on water or bringing dead back to life!

Today, mankind is far more advanced, to believe those esoteric nonsenses...ONE HOPES!!!

AnonymousObserver

Anonymous Observer

And how would Islamic utopias such as Iran, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Yemen react if there were mass migration of European Christians into those countries? I guess there will celebrate it be mass beheading parties.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Are you suggesting that entire populations of Iran, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Yemen are into "mass beheading parties!"?

DavidET

DAVIDET

35 later, one can post an article about man voyage to space on iranian.com and some continue the same repeated pro/com discussion about Shah of Iran regardless of the subject....

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

As long as we have Colonialists and Water Boys of Colonialism who take pride in serving their masters the "discussion" will continue. That clown king in here is only a symbol of the foreign influence and rule imposed on Iran.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Desire for Democratic Systems is being Used by Colonialists to thwart Iranians and this is where we see Iran's water boys and their clown idol mossadegh all hanging out, selling us a democractic system, with a mek or some perverse extremists for Iran, like they supported khomeini.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

As always your incoherency speaks for itself.

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Your mind can't grasp that democracy for Fundamentalists is the aim of Democratic Systems, who use the Iranian peoples wish for Democracy to bring their water boys in to do their work, like that thief of Iranians wealth Jimmy Mossadegh the crooked charlatan from BP.

HoshangTarehgol5

Hoshang Tarehgol An injury to one is an injury to all.

Your continued incoherency speaks volumes.