Morteza Nabavi & Abbas Salimi Namin

Two conservatives argue over how to deal with opposition


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Actually I am not that fond

by jessie31 on

Actually I am not that fond of opposition thing, but will support forever!!
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payam s

Either way, they're weakening!

by payam s on

Salimi admitted that the movement has no leadership and is on its own. And Nabavi revealed some of the demands of the movement by reciting their slogans. And the fact that the issue of this movement is being discussed in various IRI media outlets with an obsession demonstrates the scale of this mobilization. 

Either way, the movement will grow. If you go with Salimi and not arrest the "leadership" the resistance can expand operations through the guise of Mousavi, Karroubi and Khatami. If you go with Nabavi and arrest the "leadership" it will add more fuel to the fire and give more reasons for mass demonstrations (and it will turn more people against IRI).


What a bunch of b.s.

by پیام on

Somehow I couldn't bring up the concentartion to watch this video much longer than 20 seconds. Even in that 20 seconds they repeated "fetneh" more than a dozen times. I really wonder if there is anybody left on earth that watches IRIB channels.


We need more people like JJ

by onlyinamrica on

You are right 110%. Blaming others and finger pointing is part of our great culture. 


Enemies are everywhere!

by shahabshahab on

Watch out!Islamic people! There is an enemy at every corner! There is Fetneh all over the place. The enemes are out to destry you beautiful, lovely,  peace-loving people. Watch out for Nokhbegan-e- be khata rafteh. Watch out for Bastar sazegan. They are out to get us. They are planning day and night in U.S. and Europe. They don't sleep, they just spend their lives conspiring to destroy us. What to do? What to do?

Enemies are everywhere.

Ari Siletz

Plea bargaining publicly

by Ari Siletz on

Both sides of the "debate" are trying to demoralize the protest by saying Green leaders will sell out the movement for a clean slate with the regime.


Conservative Hot-Tub Jacuzzi!

by Khar on

What is up with the studio decor? it looks like a hot-tub all it needs are couple strippers :o)

Stay Tuned...

Jahanshah Javid

Blaming others

by Jahanshah Javid on

Every Iranian regime, every Iranian politician blames everyone and everything for their own failures. And their favorite "enemy" is the media, especially foreign media. The Shah and his government blamed the BBC for the 1979 revolution. And now these guys blame the BBC for the consequences of their own actions. And I guarantee you that the next regime will eventually accuse the BBC and foreign powers as well once something goes wrong inside the country >>> more


New Political Divisions

by ghalam-doon on

Before we had reformists and conservatives. The new divisions in Iranian politics are conservatives (sensible party) and very conservatives (loony party). Time will come when they'll get rid of the sensibles and loonies will rule I.R.