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Balatarin

بشتابید...فردا سالگرد انقلاب نکبت بار اسلامیست


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دوستان اين روز بهمن زنده باد
روز مرگ عشق و شادي زنده باد

روز آخوندان و عمامه سران
از براي مردم پير و جوان پاينده باد

روز اوباشان و اجحاف گران
روز روضه ، روز ماتم ،زنده باد

سنگسار و كشتن اينان آنان يك طرف
همچنان آقاييه اين آغايون پاينده باد

روز زندان، روز شلاق، روز قتل
ظلم اين پاسداران جوان هم زنده باد

صيغه و خانه عفت شد به پا
اين دگر بر خلق نسوان زنده باد

از حجاب و چادر و سينه زني
وآن قمه بر فرق نادان زنده باد

گفت شيرين كين روز سياه
بر همه نا بخردان پاينده باد

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Demo

Demo

همانهایی که عبارت ناجور و بی معنای «کُلاه شرعی» را در ادبیات ما از برای به بازیچه گرفتن دین وارد کردند و هنوز هم آنرا بکار میبرند کلمه اسلامی و اسلامیست را از برای توجیه بی ایمانی و مقدس جلوه دادن اعمال ضد انسانی و جنایتکارانه خود به کلمات انقلاب و جمهوری و هر کُبری و هر صُغری دیگر چسبانده و میچسبانند! غافل از آنکه روزی از همین روزا لخت و پتی در پیشگاه خالق خود با چسبی بر دهان خود ظاهر خواهند شد که در آن زمان دیگر هیچ توجیه ای بر اعمال و بازیها و مکرشان در قید حیات کوتاهشان در دنیا نخواهد بود. و نه بازگشتی و نه کُلاهی

faraway

faraway

Have any of you read Khomeini's book The Guardianship of the Islamic Jurisprudence?

Demo

Demo

No. All its remaining copies were placed inside his grave to guard his flesh against the bio-degradation!!

faraway

faraway

demo jon: Shoma zob shodegan emem rahel emasl ro gharerh koja jashan begirid??

Demo

Demo

As usual you're so faraway from knowing who is who on this site and from learning who is believing/following what! And you're not alone in 'goading the herd with same stick' here! So, so, so faraway from the 'truth!'

PS: It isn't 'rahel" but it is 'Raw-Hell!' And whoever zobs (melts) in anything except in the words of GOD is going to end up Raw in Hell!

faraway

faraway

Excerpts from Ladan Boroumand's long interview on Iranian revolution:

.....

Ladan Boroumand: When Khomeini came to Paris in October 1978 I had the opportunity to meet him. My father was sent to Paris as an envoy of the National Front -
he knew Khomeini and had helped him in exile. My father was a believer, you see, albeit an open-minded one. In the 1960s and 1970s he had sent his religious taxes to Khomeini through Bani-Sadr.

My father was sent to Paris by the National Front to figure out what Khomeini's plans were. Khomeini told him to tell his friends that they would know about his plans in due time. My father returned to Tehran and informed his colleagues at the National Front that Khomeini was a dangerous man, acting as if the rest of the opposition didn't exist. From then on my father backed Dr Bahktiar who argued that the opposition to the Shah should refuse to come under Khomeini's umbrella.

At about the same time in Paris, in a small printing house owned by Bani-Sadr, I stumbled upon Khomeini's book The Guardianship of the Islamic Jurisprudent. I realised that his programme was not democratic and that he believed in the sovereignty of the Jurisprudent – a religious man whose knowledge of the religious law gives him full authority over the nation. I approached Bani-Sadr and warned him. I said 'this is dangerous'. He responded: 'Khomeini has evolved'. I said 'why don't we ask him?' So (laughs) I wrote out, in Paris, very childishly, a series of 13 questions for Khomeini. One was 'what is your message to Iranian youth?', but the other twelve concerned the foundations of the body politic and the state. We handed this to Khomeini's son in law who took it to Khomeini. The message came back 'The Ayatollah wont respond to these questions – he says it's not the right time for this'. I said 'when will the right time be?'. He just smiled at me. This was a week or so before Khomeini returned to Iran.

I realised something was wrong but I was too young, and not educated enough. Later on, Khomeini implemented, step-by-step, exactly what he wrote in that book. I learnt a lesson about the importance of ideology in politics. Always read with care what any leader to be has written. Never think it is not important.

I was worried about what Khomeini intended for Iran, and I wanted to be a witness to the revolution. So, on the pretext of being a student engaged in a field research, I arrived in Iran one week after Khomeini, in the midst of the revolution. On February 11 I was at the Parliament when it was taken by the 'revolutionary forces'. I saw the invasion of the military barracks by the people and I saw how the arms were distributed. I can still see a young man driving a tank and looking at me and asking 'Would you like to drive the tank?' It was a surreal atmosphere – crazy and surreal. It was not a war because the army had retreated and left the city to the insurgents. Kids of 13 and 14 were taking arms.

In this tumult I interviewed teachers, labourers, people from the markets, trying to understand the dreams of each social group. The conclusion I reached was that none knew about Khomeini's programme. Their ideal future was a representative parliamentary regime. I also discovered that there were two social groups who were not initially enthusiastic about the revolution or the Mullahs – workers and peasants. I interviewed workers in a cement factory in the city of Esfahan and I witnessed a tension between the engineers and the workers. At the time of the General Strike in October 1978 the workers had not wanted to go on strike so the engineers had paid the bus-drivers not to pick the workers up! And now the workers were afraid of being labelled 'counter-revolutionaries', worried about the 'revolution' and worried for their livelihood. The same was true of the villagers, whose main memory of the Mullahs was that in 1960 they had opposed the Shah's agrarian reform. To them the Mullahs were a feudal force not to be trusted.

But very quickly Khomeini started to talk about the 'downtrodden versus the Arrogants' – and about class differences between the rich and poor. The less privileged classes began to think there may be an opportunity in the Islamic revolution and began to join the movement. In a couple of months the social landscape changed totally as the middle classes that were the real support of the revolution became wary and some turned to opposition, while - I don't like to use this concept – 'the masses' became pro-Khomeini. """


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 CIA and MI6 were fully aware of Khomeini and his Ideology, today these hypocrites deceitfully speak of SAVAK torturing people and were fully aware they were involved in Propaganda, they murder and torture their own citizens unlawfully with out any oversight or evidence, they are 10 times worse than the late shahs Iran in regards to human rights, in reality the peace loving shahs government is from an incomprehensible culture that was not about aggression and giving people choices based on black mail, coercion, manipulation and deceit and many many Iranians are aware of this today. The west disingenuously spoke of corruption, yet they themselves, their businesses and their government employees fully knew of the criminal fixing libor interest rates for many years causing over 300 Billion dollars in theft and corruption per 0.01% change, yet all the victims are not even allowed to get compensation, because Western Corruption is based on being to big to face Justice. Corruption we know about in the west is much more than 10 times worse than it was in Iran during the shahs time, the west criticizing the corruption of China, Russia or the late Iran with the Shah which we know were far less corrupted is very hypocritical. When they spoke of the late shah as a despot or a dictator, and you ask for examples of when himself acted based on using absolute power or alone, they have no example, not one? Where as Obama declared military action on Libya with no discussion and kills Americans unlawfully.

As time goes on, the truth is becoming impossible to conceal, and so Iranians are starting to skip past the propaganda against the late shah & his team and are starting to honor one of the most democratic acting leaders in the world during his own time. Presenting the late shah as a dictator is most accurately described as the act of a dictatorial military based countries like the USA that use machiavellian philosophy to thwart others by either pretending to be friends and stabbing others in the back or by marching over others like Iraq.

It will take reading philosophy and having wisdom though for many to realize that people can be unelected and not use absolute power against other viewpoints and serve the interests of the majority over the few, like the late shah, while others can be elected and only around for less than 10 years and use absolute power, break laws and make a mockery of the tolerance to other view points democracy represents. Thank you for your post above and honoring Bakhtiyar who was a good Iranian.

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

I also have no idea why they are calling the revolution Islamic .. no one at the time called it that way ... seriously ..... Every single group of people participated from muslims to non muslims ... That is the biggest lie ever . No one made that happen to have women's hair covered or to turn the university of Tehran to namazkhaneh .

Furthermore, Bazarghan's administration did not have a mullah in Charge. I vividly remember listening to his speech in the stadium via TV. At the time he said something and people sent some " Salavaat" ; Bazargan got mad and yelled at them saying , why Salaavat just clap your hands, I am not Akhoond ! It also took fours years after the revolution that IRI started to enforce the law of Hijab ...


Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

P.S. Full and total enforcement of Hejab by IR, and codification of Gender-Apartheid (through passing of laws in Majlis) into laws of the land, came right after the major crack down on Mujahedin and the opposition, in 1981, almost two years after February, 12, 1979.

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

Are sure Zendanian,

Let us see ...
Revolution happened 1357 and I am hundred percent sure that it was 1360 that I went to eat in a restaurant with my friends and we saw the sign on the window for the first time that women should observe hijab but even that was just a sign as many women in the restaurant had their scarves on their shoulders rather than in their heads ..
I have pictures with my friends in our school after revolution with them not covering their heads during that time too ... So it was not two years after ... at least three years and perhaps four ...it does not add up !

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

I rather not disputing your personal recollection and experience.
What I specifically had in mind were the laws, which legally codified and institutionalized Gender- Apartheid in Islamic Republic, that started passing in Majlis during 1981 and 82.
Such timeline is a bit approximate to your own initial encounters with Gender- Apartheid. perhaps?

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

could be !

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

And Bazrgan also had the first "official" against Mullahs, against veiling of women at work. Although there was no formally voted IR.
Needless to say that women's protest march was attacked by knife and acid.
From the moment Khomeini became a national figure with that article against him in Etellat, he knew exactly what he wanted, he just lied his way through it, and a majority of us bought it.

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

Either he lied or changed his mind ! The reason that I am saying that is the fact that it was him who appointed Bazargan at the time ...

Then out of the blue came Hostage Taking / Imposed War / MEK campaign of bombing and killing innocent passerby in the streets.. Then everything got worse and we saw a major shift towards full dictatorship and radicalization of Iran.

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

Since day one Khomeini knew exactly what he wanted to do. He wrote about it specifically as " the Rule of Jurisprudence," [Velayat Faghieh] many years before he became famous, most people didn't pay any attention to it. Some still don't.

If "Crisis Management" in the West has become a discipline, IR could be accurately as "Management through Crisis," a continuous series of self perpetuated crisis. Recall Khomeini calling the war with Iraq as god's gift.

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

شیرین خانم، با کمال احترام به قریحه ی ادبی شما، جمهوری اسلامی ، یک ماه و نیم بعد از ٢٢ بهمن به "رای" گذاشته شد.
٢٢ بهمن روزی بود که آیت شیطان به مردم گفت که همگی تفنگها را پس بدند، و اکثریت مردم نیز پس دادند.
موقیعت کنونی مصر و تونس تقریبا کاملا شبیه به ایران در ٢٢ بهمن ١٣٥٧ میباشد.
انقلابی که دیکتاتور را سرنگون کرد، کماکا و هنوز درگیر مبارزه با دیکتاتوری نهادهای مذهبی است.
مردم تونس بر علیه "بن علی" تونس" تند، و با اعتصاب عمومی کشوری که امروز در جریان است، به نظر می آید که، هنوز هم میتونن.
"ایران" اما، نه "تونس"!

ahang1001

ahang1001    

ممنون از نوشته شما
متاسفانه اطلاعات من در باره انقلاب اسلامی و بقیه قضایا چندان زیاد نیست
دارم یاد میگیرم

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

همه ما در حال یاد گیری هستیم، اما شما بسیار ملودیک و موزون.

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

WOW... I had no idea that you are a poet too .. Nice .. here is big toop cause i love poetry ! : )

I, however, think this day, at the same time should reminds us of many who lost their young lives for the revolution. Those people back then had nothing but honest intentions regardless of the politics of the time.

Let us pray that for the sake of their bloods, this lost ship finds its way back to the people. A Secular government for people by the people ! Amen !

ahang1001

ahang1001    

آدم بس که حرص میخوره....مجبور میشه شعر بگه....شما هم اگه سعی کنید میتوانید بگویید
ممنون از تاپ و نوشته شما

SoosanKhanoom

akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

Indeed .... poetry comes from heart ! Something touches you deep, then the words just get transferred on the paper ..

Mine always are like that ... I can never plan writing them ... Poetry has its own mind !

thanks again !