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Balatarin

1 ) Reza is a young member who has just joined this site

2 ) He posted the blog ;    Was the Late Shah a "Secular" Monarch

3 ) Out of blue he received some inflammatory and judgmental comments  and he received insults as well.

 

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3.a) Roger Rabbit 

"Oh my God! What a revelation!! Reza joon did you reach this conclusion on your own or were you inspired by your, shall we say, role model, Trita Parsi (another Swedish export to world of every-Iranian-is-a-political-specialist)? No disrespect to your 27 "scholarly books" that you posted under radio koocheh!  Now Reza joon lets examine the evidence: was the Shah's sustained campaign to curb and out-root the influence of the clergy over such fundamental institutions as education (schools - mixed or co-ed and universities), judiciary, women's right, land ownership, and many more is the evidence of his being non-secular? How about admission of non-Muslims (Bahais, Zorasterians, etc.) into key government and public sector positions? No? Not good enough Reza joon? Boy o boy, you Swedish Iranians are so hard to satisfy aren't you? OK lets talk about your poetry Reza joon.How about your master piece: Jingle Jangle!!"

 

Reza Replies:

Thanks for the comment, Roger Rabbit. Actually, I only have written four books so far, so I wouldn't possibly know about 27! And yes, I really like that poem of mine. So good of you to mention that oldie.

 

 

 

3.b) Drafshe

Talk about being obtuse. Your name was not supposed to be there. I was giving you a heads up on associating with NIAC; hence the posting of trita's laws suit document....You keep using libel as a panacea when you are intellectually challenged. Subsequently, don't expect people to take you seriously with such a low threshold to hear opposing point of views. Perhaps, you need to pursue a different career, eh?

 

Reza Replies:

I wonder if you have anything to say about the "content." If not, please be kind enough as not to litter the comment box with useless junk.

 

 

 

3.c ) Liberty

( please note that the User ID Liberty takes it one step further and attacks the blogger's parents in addition to calling the blogger " Khar ". I am not posting all his" Khar" insults that he made. If you are interested check the actual blog )

Dearest Kharchizadeh is perhaps ashamed of introducing his revolutionary parents to the audience. It is needless to say that from common criminal-turned revolutionaries to those Islamo-Marxists who committed atrocious crimes, they now generally wish to decline their participation in what led to be the beginning of current thugocracy.

 

 

Reza Replies:  

I'd like to keep this as well. By the way, for my non-Persian-speaking readers, the word "Khar" that this gentleman (or lady) keeps using to address me stands for "ass/donkey" in Persian.

 

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And much more ...

 

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It was then that I said  ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ... let me at least welcome this young new comer.  I tried to not even offend anyone, I squeezed a little of humor and I included myself along with others as being basically from another generation who speaks another language which is actually a case on IC, on the comments we make, and the way we treat new comers !   

 

So I commneted : 

 

Dear Reza, I want to welcome you to this site. I am happy to see young generation Iranians blogging here. Please excuse some of us, the commentators, here. We are old and soon to be expired.. LOL ......... Our behavior and comments sometimes get off the track so badly ! 

For a long time, IC had been like a senior citizen retreat until recently that young and vibrant people such as you starting to blog. Hang in there ! .. and invite more young people over .. 

I will leave my views of your blog's topic to some other time. For now I just stopped by to say welcome. 

Thanks 

: ) 

 

Then somehow out of blue I became a target of all sort of insults and attacks by the usual suspect(s).  I do not even think those who targeted me worth it to be mentioned, so I skip them but again the actual blog is there for everyone to see.   I am no stranger to these type of harassment, insults, and accusations.  But nothing they say can stop me and quite frankly, my dear tormentors, I do not give a damn .   Any new comer who does not know me can read my blogs and all my comments on this site which is for the public to read and that is if he or she cares.  Many new comers, perhaps, do not even care !   

 

But it is a shame to see this type of harassment continues to be a case even on the new IC, especially towards the younger generation of new comers who are basically clueless. We are suppose to be older and wiser and not bunch of old fools !  We should be ashamed of ourselves for treating younger generation Iranians this way.  

 

I certainly hope for a better future for this site rather than the miserable state of past and current that it holds.  

 

Now , to those who wants to come and insult me further I should say please save it.  I have heard it all unless you have new insults then you are welcome!  But do not expect any reply from me!  I have already said enough.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Mehrban

Mehrban

Okay let's all take out our violins and play to the tune of "Naneh man ghariibam".

You SK are the rudest and the most passive aggressive on the site. You constantly act like Ms manners and ask everyone to be civil but you yourself go around telling people to "cut the crap" with no analysis or a valid counter argument. You constantly bad mouth this site and its bloggers, through their age their stiff ideas and their lack of sense of humor without any justification. If you don't like it here and the commentators are too old for you then go play with the young Interns at NIAC. Who is stopping you?!

SamSamVI

SamSam VI Path of Kiaan Ressurection of true Iran Hoisting Drafsheh Kaviaan

Soosan khanoom...why dont you just adopt the dude as a grandson & if u got another Reza in the family then call him reza II ;) ..the king of photo-based social analysis :). As another soosan sang , it goes---> Dooset daram Reza II joon keh in kareh deleh ....

Cheers & best wishes Madmoiselle!!!

SoosanKhanoom

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

That is a nice song by the way ! I haven't been listening to it for ages! !
Thanks dear SAMSAM for stopping by !

: )

faraway

faraway

I have not detected any ageism on the part of the owner of the site. If he does not want people over 50 to contribute, I am sure he will say so. Being 45, I realize how napokhteh I was in my 30's.

The older I get, that famous axiom , "Youth is wasted on the young", makes more sense to me. Most politicians blossom late in their lives, john kerry, Hillary Clinton and so many others.

Ageism:

Ageism, or age discrimination is stereotyping and discriminating against individuals or groups because of their age. It is a set of beliefs, attitudes, norms, and values used to justify age based prejudice, discrimination, and subordination.[1] This may be casual or systematic.[2][3] The term was coined in 1969 by Robert Neil Butler to describe discrimination against seniors, and patterned on sexism and racism.[4] Butler defined Ageism as a combination of three connected elements. Among them were prejudicial attitudes towards older people, old age, and the aging process; discriminatory practices against older people; and institutional practices and policies that perpetuate stereotypes about older people[5] The term has also been used to describe prejudice and discrimination against adolescents and children, including ignoring their ideas because they are too young, or assuming that they should behave in certain ways because of their age.

Youth is wasted on the young.

George Bernard Shaw

SoosanKhanoom

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

We should encourage the younger generation rather than be abusive and/or harress them. That is all I am saying ! No one is saying that the old folks should not be here.

I , however, want to see more younger voices on this site . I want to see this site be a representive of all of the Iranian abroad regardless of their age! For now it is mostly the older generation !

SaidAmin

Saïd Amin Saïd Amin is a tech entrepreneur born in Tehran, Iran. He is the Founder of World Singles Networks (ArabLounge, IranianPersonals, etc.), a leading provider of niche online dating services and the owner of Iranian.com.

And non-Iranians as well. There are so many people that I come across who love Iranian culture. They thirst to learn about the language, love the poetry, food, music, etc.
These folks are such wonderful ambassadors of the best that our culture offers.


SoosanKhanoom

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

Dear Said, I agree wholeheartedly.
Hopefully the new and improved site will attract more non Iranians as well. Today in the western world, for example, Persian poetry has won all the possible nominations among others. I hope to see that poetry as well as many other things are going to be a subject of discussion on this site among both Iranians and non Iranains.
Thanks

faramarz

Faramarz

Soosan Khanoom,

You are getting too sentimental!

Democracy is a messy process, like making sausage. It is not for the faint of heart. Reza can defend himself without you mothering him!

SoosanKhanoom

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

Faramarz, I think you are talking about the dislike here by Ruhany ! As I am quite sure the other dislike( below ) is not done by him !

Anyway,
I agree with him if he disliked this comment here ! Cause we need to step in for others whenever we see the abuse! Mother or not ! lol

I should thank you, too, dear Faramarz for stopping by !

: )

SoosanKhanoom

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

Ahhh .. Faramarz... I like mothering people ..

I recall that I once, too , crossed the fire for you ! As well as many other people on this site regardless. Needless to say that I , myself, am an orphan on this site : (

But it is OK ... I take the bullets for the sake of democracy !
: )

faramarz

Faramarz

Why is this "Ruhany" guy keep "disliking" my comments?

Soosan Khanoom, please tell him that I just got finished with one case of "Fatal Attraction"! I need to rest for a few days!

faramarz

Faramarz

And you know Soosan Khanoom, that's why I have a high opinion of you!

SoosanKhanoom

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

Thank you so much Faramarz ....

: )

Now who disliked this comment here ? hmmm ... let me guess ! nevermind ! lol

faramarz

Faramarz

The two "dislikes" on your thread and another one on something else all came from "Ruhany".

I guess there is no love in Ruhaniyat!

SoosanKhanoom

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

See the problem with the dislikes is that it leaves everyone wondering and pondering ! That is why that option should not be there. I think if someone strongly dislikes a comment then he or she should come and discuss it .

Besides, those two options are too close to another and there is a chance for mistake ...
I think "like" should be on the far left and "dislike" should be on the far right site of the box to avoid any mistakes !






oh come on do not be hard on him .. he is a nice person !

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

My dear SK,

I wish you would try and keep a better balance between your sentimentality and your fairness. That means, I wish you would intervene and put to use an exemplary and discriminating judgement whenever people on this site and elsewhere apply abusive or insulting language.

So, I hereby declare you the sheriff at large of the new IC and beyond.

Note that I did not appoint you as a member of the infamous Vice Police.

*In the old days on the old IC, once or twice I asked for a debate on the subject of what is vile, insulting, vulgar, profane, etc. My requests went unheeded. Maybe it is time to start one here on the new IC in the hope that it may act as a guideline for the administrative authorities of the site.

**In case you ever need a bunch of good-for-nothing "lumpen" to form posses to go after some of the criminals, you know where to find them.

SoosanKhanoom

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

" I wish you would try and keep a better balance between your sentimentality and your fairness. That means, I wish you would intervene and put to use an exemplary and discriminating judgement whenever people on this site and elsewhere apply abusive or insulting language. "

GR Aziz, believe me I did more than my share on this site and I will continue to do so ... I wish I had time to monitor the board 24/7 so i won't be missing anything .. but if I notice something serious I will make sure to bring it up. I shall wear that Sheriff badge proudly ! LOL

Roger_Rabbit

Roger_Rabbit Framed

Case 2

Soosan jaan thanks for honoring me with a mention in your blog. Did I hear you say Insults? What insutls? I just humorized our new and young member and indeed asked him a few questions (which by the way he refused to answer).

But the trouble with this generation (through no fault of their own) is that they are rather mechanical - have no sense of humor. Honestly Soosan jaan you are not suggesting one should take evey piece of opinion suggested by our thriving blogger community seriously are you?

He is going through his initiation phase and my word, coming of age is not entirely painless :o)).

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.

Good point about insulting people out of our misery,
But SK do you know what excites me????
We have a new person, lets celebrate! Reza is here yippee
Now lets see if we can keep our guest here for more than one day of abuse long enough to keep him here for our democratic project.

By the way reza, In Irans future democracy, you won't have to worry about the mullahs, they will all be gone, not just from politics, but from Iran. However Rogger Rabbit, Drafshe and Liberty will be forming a government with you in it. ha,ha yes darling you wanted democracy, que? what? chi? Now you want the monarchy back, common reza, play with us a little and join the peoples government. I love the magic of life, you know, when people get what they really ask for. ha ha, where did you go? Please come and govern us really, we are like a persian cat we are purrrrrfect for you, baba bia to, koja rafti evah.

SoosanKhanoom

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

Amir jan, I am not sure Reza even has noticed my blog. This was meant for us to actually figure out something to make this place more desirable for the new comers especially younger generation Iranians .

Thanks
: )

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

The sad but true fact of the matter remains that: this is a site dominated by geriatrics, old fa..s, and in general, people over fifty years old.
The common thread that bonds and connects all these "folks" is their common intolerance towards their opponents and youth.
So, if you dare and say a word against shah, Koran or Comrade Stalin, you are sure to get at least one harsh, nasty response, if not an entire "diarrhea tic" episode.
French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, created and utilized the concept of "Symbolic Violence" to demonstrate and analyze all those non-physical types of violence that we encounter in our daily lives.
Abundance of such "Symbolic Violence" on this site, often emanated from the sources cited above, is just one indication of how much of an unhealthy atmosphere we have created in here.
Although in the virtual world all such intolerant behavior are symbolic, if the same above individuals had any power in the real world, to do as they pleased, the violence would be much more that symbolic.
As we have seen in the cases of Monarchy, Islamic Republic and Stalinists.

Hopefully Reza has thick skin, and doesn't allow pests to bother him. Cheers

P.Galenous

P_J. An Iranian!

Dear friend,

No one claims that democracy would NOT be messy! What we experience on this site, is a good sample of that; chaos, randomness, disorganization and nonchalant. Opposite of that is dictatorship; orderly, disciplined and tyrannical, although I prefer more discipline, I am sure that passage of time would lead IC in the right direction and maturity.


PS: Age should neither create a red line nor be an issue; our culture puts a lot of emphasis on respecting the elderly, and neither should nationality or national origin!

P.Galenous

P_J. An Iranian!

This comment was removed by the Iranian.com Staff for violating our Commenting Standards

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

What we used to experience on this site was bizarre, now it is surreal and bizarre, for the price of one.
If this site is any indication our entire culture is hopelessly religious and beyond hope.

SoosanKhanoom

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

Dear Zendanian,

That is if these new comers do not leave before their thick skin completely develops! Besides, I am not sure how I would be feeling using my real name posting articles here, as these people do, but then get chased by the fake IDs to the point that even they drag my parents into their dirty game. I think this has got to stop !

I hope that the new and improved IC that has been promised to us by the admin is going to take care of those who have hijacked the comment sections and are abusing it day and night.

Thanks for stopping by !

: )

Mehrban

Mehrban

"I hope that the new and improved IC that has been promised to us by the admin is going to take care of those who have hijacked the comment sections and are abusing it day and night. "

As I said, your every comment has a passive aggressive tone towards the bloggers on the site. ROO KE NIIST!

SoosanKhanoom

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

This comment was removed by the Iranian.com Staff for violating our Commenting Standards

faramarz

Faramarz

Mashtee Ghasem,

Today's 50 is yesterday's 30!

We have been taking good care of ourselves, both physically and mentally.

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

"Taking good care of ourselves," does not give anyone a blank check to be rude with youth in here.
At the bottom, all of this:
"today's this and that is yesterday's so and so",
is poor substitutionalism.

Fact of the matter remains that monarchists apologists on this site (and all their defenders: in the closet type, or out in the open ones) are some of the most vile, intolerant and uncivilized avatars anyone could read.
A sick, dysfunctional mentality that considers, an entire nation slave and obedient to a "self-appointed" king, and a dynasty of thieves, obviously needs a lot more "taking care of."

faramarz

Faramarz

You see Communistian you have a lot of anger bottled up in you and despite what you say about others lacking a sense of humor, your comments are packed with anger and unhappiness.

Every Commie that I know is unhappy and frustrated with the world, the western world around them! Try to help yourself man, life is too short, and then you die!

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

Framarz jan, you were given a friendly note, not to use big words, which you have very little comprehension of.

Who you meet in your life in your business. Most comrades I have met in my life are very down to earth people, very productive and happy.

What you repeatedly fail to understand is that: All good things in the West from your social benefits, to laws protecting your freedom to your environment, are all results of the struggles of the Left movements.
We fought for them, and now you and everyone else enjoys it. You and everyone else is welcome.

In today's world this demarcation of West and East, is more a figment of your imagination that anything else. In the beginning of the 21 century we have one global world, whether one likes it or not.

Last time I checked (early this morning) the entire world economy (from Europe to Asia to Americas) was still in deep structural crisis. As predicted by Karl and Fredrick you know who.

Life is very short indeedly!
At one point it would be a good idea to understand what "Structural Crisis of Capitalism" means, and why there's no easy way out of it.
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Appendix below is a demonstration of all the advances Marxist have made in comedy. Enjoy
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Theses on Groucho Marxism

1) Groucho Marxism, the theory of comedic revolution is much more than a blueprint for crass struggle: like a red light in a window, it illuminates humanity's inevitable destiny, the declasse society. G-Marxism is the theory of permanent revelry. (Down boy! There, that's a good dogma.)

2)The example of the Marx Brothers themselves shows the unity of Marxist theory and practice (for instance, when Groucho insults somebody while Harpo picks his pocket). Moreover, Marxism is dialectical (isn't Chico the classic dialect comedian?). Comedians who fail to synthesize theory and practice (to say nothing of those who fail to sin at all) are un-Marxist. Subsequent comedians, failing to grasp that separation is “the discrete charm of the bourgeoisie,” have lapsed into mere pratfalls on the one hand, and mere prattle on the other.

3) Because G-Marxism is practical, its acheivements can never be reduced to mere humor, entertainment, or even “art.” (The æsthetes, after all, are less interested in the appreciation of art than in art that appreciates.) After a genuine Marxist sees a Marx Brothers movie, he tells himself: “If you think that was funny, take a look at your life!”

4) Contempary G-Marxists must resolutely denounce the imitative, vulgar “Marxism” of the Three Stooges, Monty Python, and Bugs Bunny. Instead of vulgar Marxism, we must return to authentic Marxist vulgarity. Rectumification is likewise in order for those deluded comrades who think that “the correct line” is what the cop makes them walk when he pulls them over.

5) Class-conscious Marxists (that is, Marxists who are conscious that they have no class) must spurn the anemic, trendy, narcissistic “comedy” of comedic revisionists like Woody Allen and Jules Feiffer. Already the comedic revolution has superseded mere neurosis - it's ludic but not ludicrous, discriminating but not discriminatory, militant but not military, and adventurous but not adventurist. Marxists realise that today you have to look into a funhouse mirror to see the way you really are.

6) Although not entirely lacking in glimmers of Marxist insight, socialist (sur)realism must be distinguished from G-Marxism. It is true that Salvador Dali once gave Harpo a harp made out of barbed wire; however, there is no evidence that Harpo ever played it.

7) Above all, it is essential to renounce and revile all comedic sectarianism such as that of the equine Trots. As is well-known, Groucho repeatedly proposed sex but opposed sects. For Groucho, then, there was a difference between being a Trot and being hot to trot. Further, the Trot slogan “Wages for Horsework” smacks of reform, not revelry. Trot efforts to claim A Day at the Races and Horsefeathers for their tendency must be indignantly rejected; in truth National Velvet is more their style.

The burning issue confronting G-Marxists today is the party question, which - naive, reductionist “Marxists” to the contrary - is more than just “Whay wasn't I invited?” That never stopped Groucho! Marxists need their own disciplined vanguard party, since they're rarely welcome at anybody else's.

8) Guided by the Marxist leader-dogmas of misbehaviourism and hysterical materialism, inevitably the masses will embrace, not only G-Marxism, but also each other.

9) Groucho Marxism, then, is the tour de farce of comedy. As Harpo is reliably reported to have said:
" In other words, comedy is riotous or it is nothing! So much to do, so many to do it to! On your Marx, get set - go!"

faramarz

Faramarz

Well, I tried to help you!

آنکس که نداند و نداند که نداند ، در جهل مرکب ابدالدهر بماند

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

فرامرز جان، بهترین کمکی که شما میتوانید بکنید، بالا بردن درک و معرفت خود از بحرانی است که جهان امروز را در بر گرفته است. موفق باشید.

SoosanKhanoom

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

You may also find this interesting !

MARXISM AND EARLY CINEMA
Marxist ideology is anathema to the business-driven film industry of the United States, but its outlook appears in one form or other in a variety of American films. Although the US government and business sector have been adamantly opposed to all forms of socialism, notions of class struggle have appeared in cinema from its inception. Filmmakers partaking of progressive discourse tend in general to appeal to notions of charity and social equality rather than to Marxist revolution. D. W. Griffith's (1875–1948) Intolerance (1916) can be read as one long plea for social justice. One of the epic's highlights is the Jenkins Mill episode, a loose recreation of the Ludlow Massacre of 1914, during which Rockefeller financial interests hired National Guardsmen to assault and kill striking workers at a chemical plant in Colorado; this event outraged many, including conservatives such as Griffith. Early film comedy, especially the works of Charles Chaplin (1889–1977), have strong anti-authoritarian and socialist themes, from Chaplin's short farces such as Easy Street (1917), which portray in Dickensian fashion the life of the urban poor, to his feature-length spoof of industrial capitalism, Modern Times (1936).



Read more: http://www.filmreference.com/encyclopedia/Independent-Film-Road-Movies/Marxism-MARXISM-AND-EARLY-CINEMA.html#ixzz2Kj5cNh4g

Persa

Persa

Considering most the participants' age on IC, why not have Monday nights totally dedicated to Bingo and discussions about Medicare and most recent innovations in laxatives? :)

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

"سرگی آيزنشتاين" نابغه ی سینمایی شوروی یکی از پیشگامان جهانی سینمای رادیکال بود، که بسیاری از روشهای او در مورد مونتاژ و غیره، خارج از شوروی نیز مقلدین بسیاری پیدا کرد.
نظریات "سرگی آيزنشتاين" در مورد هنر سینما هنوز از اعتبار خاصی برخوردار است.
آيزنشتاين همچنین یادداشتهایی برای ساختن یک فیلم بر اساس متن سه جلدی کتاب "کاپیتال" تهیه کرده بود، که متاسفانه هیچ گاه قادر به اتمام آن نشد.
ایتالیا یکی دیگر از کشورهایی است که کارگردانهای سینمایی چپ و رادیکال برجسته ی بسیاری، مانند: پازولینی، فلینی ، برتولوچی... را به جهان عرضه کرده است.

SoosanKhanoom

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

I am still in my 40s ... so I am at least a decade younger that the rest ! WOW ... 20s sounds sooooo right for me !

: )

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Soosan Khanoom,
I was reviewing these comments here till I reach to this one. Seems age and physical appearance is important for you. Everybody gets old and finally one day we all die. Each year we look worse than the year before.In 30's we look worse than 20's and in 40's we look worse than 30's, especially when the women deliver baby or when the men do the surgery. These factors make men/women looks older than their real age. That is life process. Don't let it get into you. You can enjoy life in any age and in any situation. Each age has it's own beauty.
I remember you were thinking about losing weight last year and planing to do so last summer. Hope these factors which is part of life doesn't make you depress once you get older.
Siavash

SoosanKhanoom

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

Slavish jan , that was a reply to what Faramarz actually said about age. My reply was not a serious one.. I was making fun of the idea ! if i was sensitive to age would i be writing such a blog and asking all of us who are old to also act wise? I have kid who is 20 !!! Why on earth do I even want to be in my 20s? .. ! I am perfectly fine with my age and happy too ...

Here is a blog I wrote on the occasion of Mother's day !!

http://iranian.com/main/blog/soosan-khanoom/mothers-day.html


Weight issue ? What R U talking about ? For me it is the seasonal issue ... in winter I eat .. in spring i burn it ...
Now, it is winter ....I am having fun.. Especially today that i am enjoying a sweet box of white chocolates ... Yummy ...

But, I still think your princess Frahnaz is suffering from serve case of mal nutrient... and i know i made you mad the first time that I said it and dishonored the daughter of Shah. it was then that you felt obligated to call me fat instead! lol
Oh .. God ... Where can I go but IC to be so much entertained?

Anyway,
It seems that you have too much time on your hand today .... Could you please stop by on the blog I posted earlier today and answer the question.

Yes or No ?
http://iranian.com/posts/view/post/7884

Please let us carry are comments over there cause the conversion here is not related to the topic of this blog anymore !

Thanks in advance !



do not foget to check my mother days blog that I posted above .. I'll post the link again ... Thanks


Mother's Day
http://iranian.com/main/blog/soosan-khanoom/mothers-day.html

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Just took a look at Mother's day blog. it was in old I.C so I couldn't make any comment over there. Therefore, I am writing you here.
I would like to introduce some mothers who lost their sons when Arabs invaded to Iran. I am dying you meet at least one of them. I am very much sure once you meet them you will re-think of taking side with Arabs.(of course, if you are not on payroll by criminal mullahs).
I think the reason you don't have sympathy about those mothers relates to the fact that you didn't suffer those days we were under the Arab's bombs. Many of our women were sexually assaulted and many of them were killed in cold blood.
In those days, We couldn't turn the lights on in our houses after dark. We were afraid to get bombed. We were living in the hell. One house in Geesha-Tehran had a birthday party. They were generous about turning their lights bright at birthday party night. They got bombed and all family members turned to ashes by Arab bombs by Mig aircraft. I bit in that time you were sitting on your comfort chair either in Europe or U.S watching soap opera. That is the reason you take a side with those monsters whenever you write a blog such as the recent one. Yes, you should meet those crying, mourning mothers.
Anyway, I have a suggestion.
Before you write any blog in favor of Arabs, just imagine your daughter was the victim of sexual assualt by Arabs or imagine she was being killed by Arabs during invasion. In that scenario, I am sure you will be more objective.
Sincerely,
Siavash

SoosanKhanoom

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

Siavash, I think you are mistaken me with MEK who sided with Saddam during Iran-Iraq war. It was more than siding; they actually put on uniforms and in the company of Saddam they had fought with the Iranians.
Are you drinking and posting ?
You are very disorientated. You are all over the map with your non related and untruthful comments about me.

Now , would you excuse me ? My favorite soap opera is on and I won't miss it for the world. Got to go and will never be back to reply to you ..

Good Bye!

Shirzadegan

Siavash

When you post blog in favor of Arabs against Israel, you're literary taking side with Arabs. It has nothing to do with Rajavi and MEK. Is that clear?
Please let us know where you were when we were under Arabs attacks?
BTW, I never drink alcohol in my whole life.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Seems it was miscommunication. My mistake.
Time really flies because I remember you said your daughter was 17. OMG it has been 3 years since then. Time past without we realize it.
BTW, I left a note over there.
Happy V. Day.

SoosanKhanoom

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

you are mistaken me with Anahid. She mentioend about her daughter being 17 ...

SoosanKhanoom

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

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Shirzadegan

Siavash

"Any movement which is outside of historical process, it is doomed to be destroyed".
Bertolet Beresht

I take an opportunity and say any idea express here which is against Iranians or is against Iranian interests , it will be subject to strong negative reaction by Iranian community. Commons sense.

SoosanKhanoom

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

Dear Sivash ,
What exactly a negative reaction is according to you ?
Is it related to the topic? If so then it is not negative , it is just a discussion
Or is it not related to the topic or it is mostly aimed towards personal attacks, lies, and accusations? This is the one that i actually see as negative or even worse than that, it is evil .

I am sure you agree with me cause I have found you and one or two other monarchies on this site including Amirparvaz to be more discussion orientated rather than abusive! You two are polite and kind ! That is A plus ! I know the topic that Reza chose a little bit bothers you guys but the point i am trying to make on this blog is not his chosen topic but rather the non related abusive comments towards him !

Discussion is common sense
Accusations, lies, abusive behaviors are not common sense

I am sure you see my points here !


Shirzadegan

Siavash

First of all, let me thank you for compliment about my mannerism. We are all Iranians and with all our differences or disagreements we something in commen and that is Iran.
During uprising of our people in June 2009, I was engaged in conversation with someone from Romania on you tube. He was saying Ahmadi Negad should be the president of the world. When I challenged him. He was saying Ahmadi Negad is Shia and Shah was shia too. So why I take side with one of them. "They're both muslim and shia" said the Romanian guy. They guy naively couldn't distinguish between shah and Ahmadi Negad because he was from another country. The same logic goes with Reza the writer of the blog.He comes cross like a fish out of water. No clue about our culture, tradition, mentality and our religion. Mixing culture with religion and comes to conclusion that shah and mullahs are the same as far as politic and religion concern.
Anyway that is another story.
Negative comment is the comment that support ruling criminal mullahs in Iran. That is negative. Some of the comments you were making comes cross as supporting criminal mullahs. It implies that you like criminals stay on power in Iran. As a result, Iranians here get offended. Especially those who lost their love ones by mullahs execution such as user name "Mammad". or those whose who lost their homes, assets and ran away from Iran such as my I.C friend user name VPK. He is the only one I know. Thanks God I was a teenager when revolution happened and my family and I didn't have anyting to lose plus I am still alive.
Positive comment is the one who tries to topple criminal mullahs from power. So you have to work on positive comments.
For example supporting Arabs who want to change the name of our Persian Gulf or Arabs who dropped the bombs on our heads consider something negative. you shouldn't take side with them. you should take side with your country men/women. Once you take side with them you will be subject of verbal attack from left and right because Iranians feel you are against their national interests.
Yes, personal attack is not appropriate and should be condemn. That is the first step toward democracy. To respect other people opinion even though we are not agree is the first step toward democracy. Be honest with you. We are way far from it. it doesn't matter what establishment comes to power. you can see it here on i.c.

faraway

faraway

trawetsdor
اگر حوصله ای باشد دو لینک زیر ارزش وقت گذاشتن دارن. نه برای دفاع از این و دفع آن بلکه قدمی برای کاهش تشنج توی کله هممون. شاید قد داد و یه مثقال آرامش فکری پیدا کردیم. شاید آنوقت به جای سرودن جمله بعدی قدم بعدی را برداریم. هممون مثل جمهوری اسلامی هستیم. هیچ وقت از فاز انقلابی بیرون نمیایم. ملتی که نمیتونه هیچ نبردی را ببره همواره مثل حکومتهایش در جنگ میمونه. اینجوری هیچ وقت جنگ را نباخته.


اولی به قلم داریوش برداری روانکاو ایرانی ساکن آلمان در وب-سایت ایران گلوبال و دومی که قبلاً هم وصلش کرده بودم به قلم محمد قاید منتشر شده در سایت خودش

http://www.iranglobal.info/node/8873

http://mghaed.com/ay/shah.pdf