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The Road to Democracy is through Religious Fascism

Balatarin

Some people are flabbergasted and amazed why Egyptians are choosing the path towards Islamic Fascism. This is the same path that we Iranians have taken and are now experiencing.

 

In 1970's when the student movement started n Iran people thought that this was the end. We will move to democracy and Iran will become a free society. But people didn't take it into account a very important variable in the equation that makes the formula for Democracy.

 

Democracy is made of some constants and many variables.

 

The path is simple but complex in delivery. A country must go through several phases before it becomes a democratic nation or considered to be democratic.

 

1. Dictatorship - most likely Monarchy

2. Wars

3. Famine

4. Religious state

5. Civil war

6. Semi-Democracy

7. Full Democracy (takes centuries)

 

If you look at some of the old democracies in the world they all have gone through some or all of these phases as mentioned above; either in that same order or out of the order but never without the religious phase or a major war.

 

The religious phase will happen no matter what if the country has a desire to move towards democracy.

 

Many people think Turkey and Israel are democratic countries; however, neither country is democratic. Turkey is rule by a Military that suffocates and suppresses minorities and everyone else. Turkey is the most undemocratic county in the Middle East. They are a wolf in the sheep skins.

 

Israel is a modern Apartheid state. It is also moving towards a religious right. In Israel 8 out of the 10 student in elementary schools belong to right wing Orthodox Jewish wing (Time Magazine, August 13, 2012, "The Ultra Holy City"). They are very extremist and violent.

 

Iran has gone through all the 4 phases. Iran has had more than 2500 years of Dictatorship and the last dictator was removed by the PEOPLE. Then we have gone through extreme religious phase in the 1980's which started phasing out in early 2000. Iranian regime is still maintaining its religious extremism but people have moved on.

 

We also have had famine. Thanks to the British 14 million Iranian died in early decades of 1900. 14 million starved to death through punishment by the British, "The Great Famine and Genocide in Persia, 1917-1919".

 

In the next few years we will transition towards the path to a semi democracy. The Fascist Islamic Regime will have the same fate like Saddam and all other dictators. The MEK organization has no PLACE in new since they are also religious fanatics. The Monarchist are old and out of touch.

 

Iran might experience a civil war and disintegration but that will be short and the fate of Iran will be established. 

 

It is in the best interest for the following provinces, Azerbaijan, Kurdistan, Khuzestan and Baluchistan to stay as part of Iran; because they will be exploited like whores by British.

 

Iran after these Islamic Fascists will be the only Democratic country in that region. So start preparing for that.

Balatarin

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NasirKhosrow

Nasir Khosrow Poet, scientist, philosopher, mystic and traveler

The Egyptian revolution was, simply put, hijacked. The Muslim Brotherhood were nowhere near Tahrir Square when the population first set foot there in early 2011 and pretty much until the fall of Mubarak sat on the sidelines to see which way the tide would turn. It was only after Mubarak was deposed that MB suddenly decided to enter the political landscape in full force. Believe what you want, that the globalist powers that be had no intention of helping ease Egypt into a genuine democracy. They merely got rid of the secular dictator in order to help into power the Islamist Muslim Brother one. This happened everywhere else that had an Arab Spring as well.

sweet

sweet

America is directly helping Muslim Brotherhood to get in power. Read "The Redirection" (2007) by Seymour Hersh.

NasirKhosrow

Nasir Khosrow Poet, scientist, philosopher, mystic and traveler

Absolutely they are. The MB has been an Anglo-American asset in the Middle East since the late 19th century. Note how Mursi (who is supposed to be such an orthodox Muslim) is caving in to every last IMF monetary demand. Mubarak nor the Nasserists before him never went this far.

Mehrban

Mehrban

Obama's Middle East policy is at best suspect. I think he may be building an Islamist front against Israel. I have no idea what they have planned for Iran which is my concern. The grand bargain is a possibility but with all the weakening of the regime I don't know how it could sustain itself even with a grand bargain.

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.

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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.

Someone needs to clue in our "Useless generation" on how to become educated enough to be part of our "valuable generation" otherwise we are going to have many Iranians write articles under beautiful names like IranVatan only to mislead Iran.

Examples of cluing people in and helping them think more truthfully,

1) why monarchy is not dictatorship

2) how neither republics, not monarchies were either democratic before 400 years ago

4) how european enlightenment helped both monarchies and republics become democratic

5) how monarchy systems are by far more democratic and representative of the will of the people than republics.

This may seem like a waste of time,
but just imagine the positive impact and how valuable it is to turn one clueless, useless,
into a wise and thoughtful person.
It's a big deal in the scheme of things, more knowledge and less Ignorance is what will help Iran the most.
We all know what Ignorance has done to Iran,
Let's give Knowledge a fighting chance.
It's our duty to clue Iranians in on the truth.