E=MC2, NOT in Tehran

by Fred

Yesterday, as was fully expected, for its serious human rights violations, IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, was condemned by a committee of the United Nations General Assembly.

The condemnation coming after the televised Islamist barbarity by IRR in dealing with peaceful demonstrators was not a surprise. Nor was the Islamist Rapist delegation dismissing the vote as “an unnecessary and unfair move orchestrated by the United States.”

The head of the Islamist Rapist delegation, Muhammad Javad Larijani, a former San Francisco resident during his university days, also said something which one hears from few others as well.  Speaking on behalf of the seventy million Iranians, the Islamist Rapist said: “Iranians do not want their country to be a copy of a Western democracy."

My question:

Is the core concept of democracy something like the laws of physics, which this Islamist Rapist Muhammad guy studied in the U.S.?  

In other word, just as whether it is in Katmandu, Tehran or Berkeley California, the E=MC2 holds true, the basic tenets of democracy are universal as well. If that is so, what are these Islamist Rapists and others talking about?




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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


Regarding Basiji: The basiji would not have had to go to war had it not been for the idiotic revolution. Then for the murder of the Iranian top brass. And Khomeini deliberately prolonging the war.

Regarding IRR: Fred did not go raping Iranian people. He just recognized a reality. Then made a rather appropriate name for the Islamic Republic. He does have a point does he not? 

Regarding Iran & Muslims: I am really sick of Iran and Islam being associated. I am Iranian and not a Muslim. We Iranian people are not responsible for the filth of Islam. I love Iran and hate Islam. WIll never stop pointing out the difference.

Islamists are desperate and want allies. Well I won't be their ally. Nor will I sit back while they try to hitch their sinking ship to Iran. Islamists made their bed; now they must sleep in it.


Fred Wolfovitz

by HHH on

I remember in 1980 when Saddam attacked Iran thousands of "Dehati" basiji boys got ready and headed to war to walk on mines for Khomeini. Since they had no education to lecture on TV everytime a reporter asked them "Where are you going?" Basijis answered : " Mo Mokhom Borom Jebhe khoon bodom shahid Boshom", the next basiji answered: " Mo Mokhom Borom Jebhe Khoon Bodom Shahid Boshom" and so on.

Fred, the Israeli, Wolfovitz reminds me of those basijis. He made up this "IRR, Islamist Rapist Republic" a year ago and since then he has used the same artistic masterpiece over 1,546,876 times including 6 times in today's writing!

He is repeatedly promoting attack on Iran to remove the regime and he doesn't care if 1 million Iranians lose their lives doing so as long as road clears up for Israel. Only none-Iranian, none-muslim people who are raised outside Iran can wish that upon our nation.

He acts surprised and disgusted by regime's actions as if this regime became anti-human rights just yesterday or last year!  Helloooo? they've been doing this same shit for 31 years, where have you been?!

There's a ton of these Israeli/none-Iranians who post hate-mongering videos on Iran & muslims in Youtube & they're pushing hard for war on Iran by America. Someone should ask them "If you care so much about Iran why don't you go back to Iran and fight your ......what was it? IRR? regime and save your country instead of calling yourself Fred, sitting overseas in your comfy home and insulting muslims, that's kind of chickenish & cowardly isn't it?!  



by ayatoilet1 on

When the government fears the people there is liberty, when the people fear the government there is tyranny!


well done Fred

by mahmoudg on

Your competent commentaries are obvioulsy ruffling some feathers.  But these feathers are far and in between.  We have a large number that either believes in what you say, or subscribes to removing the Islamic Rapist Cultists from Iran.  Apologist and Basij on this and other sites cannot fathom that.  Democracy and rule of Law is a natural progression of human thought.  No matter how and what we think (including that of my own which subscribes to surgical attakcs), the end result of which is the subscription to a form of government that is completely secular and is under the rule and and demand of the people and for the people.

Mona 19

Re: UN Resolution

by Mona 19 on

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Mr Larijani

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


Belongs in GITMO along with the rest of Islamists. The guy has no right to speak for Iranians. I do want my nation to be free. Specially free of Islam. Free to decide our own religion or lack of. Free to speak our minds. Not having some shepeshoo Mollah pretending to speak for us. Who the heck is this guy anyway to say what Iranian people want?  If USA had any guts Larijani would be arrested and tossed next to the Taliban in jail for his crimes against humanity.


Important Request

by Cost-of-Progress on


دوستان عزیز ، تمنا میکنم  که به این اسلامی کثافت، سرگرد جواب ندهید تا بلکه گورشو گم کنه - مرتیکه خجالت نمیکشه. بایکوت بکنین





Sargord Pirouz - You Just Don't Get it

by ayatoilet1 on

Freedom is a universal principle, and understanding the concept really does not have have anything to do with possessing a degree from a reputable university. The universality of Freedom is in fact similar to the universality of other concepts - such as the concept of a universal god or creator or the universality of the laws of physics. As is often stated in the US declaration of independence "all men are born with inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness"...the founders of America figured out the universality of freedom almost 250 years ago and you and people like Larijani (at the UN general assembly) do not get it or want to get it. Freedom is a universal principle. No one has the right to take away a persons right to free thought, free speech, free beliefs.

Tell your master Larijani, that there is no eastern or western concept of freedom, there is only one concept. And that Iran's Constitution does provide for basic democratic rights, but that the regime does not even follow the constitution: "the right to free speech and assembly is guaranteed in the constitution, yet, marches are not allowed, newspapers are closed down, opposition is imprisoned..."; "No right to preselect candidates is in the constitution, yet the ministry of interior vets and preselects candidates" I could go on and on. Its ridiculous. If Iran's constitution represents an eastern or Iranian concept of democracy, then Larijani and his gang of thugs do not even represent Iran's constitution. They are dictators, thugs, bullies, and bastards. They do not abide by even the standards they have set for themselves. They are accountable to no one.

Larijani does not represent the people of Iran. Without free and fair elections he can not make any claims on their behalf. His crime my friend is that he is part of a gang oppressing the people of Iran, and this gang is too much of a coward to face free elections in Iran. They want power at all costs.

One more concept to think consider, when Iranians voted for or against the constitution in 1980, there were some Iranians that actually voted against it. The point was - even under Khomeini, in the early days of the revolution - you could be openly against the constitution. Dissent was allowed. The vote was open and free.

Today, teachers are told if they are not for the constitution they can not teach. So the regime doesn't follow the constitution, they then hypocritically pretend like its so pivotal an issue that they vet school teachers ...and don't even understand the very concept of democracy ...which is to protect the right of someone to disagree with you. Imposing your will, your thougts, your beliefs on others ...is tantamount to taking another persons freedom away. In Islam, and especially Shia Islam, a core concept is that Islam should be accepted willingly - not imposed.

I just don't think you understand what freedom is about, what Iran's constitution guarantees and what Islamic doctrine supports. The U.N. is right to highlight the grave human rights abuses in Iran - these abuses stand against everything, yes everything  that has been established in Iran over almost 3000 millenia. If the regime chooses to not abide by it, that does not mean they are correct or that it is somehow an Eastern phenomenon.

The regime does not even give its opposition, the same rights the opposition would give the people supporting the regime. The opposition would enable religious conservatives to assemble, publish, speak, etc. - but the regime will not allow its opponents that same basic right. How ironic. It shows how decent Iran's opposition movement is, and how indecent the regime is.

Let me finish with this quote: "I may disagree with you, but I will die for your right to disagree with me."  The question Sargourd is would you do the same for us ...the people of Iran?

Maryam Hojjat

Great point, Fred

by Maryam Hojjat on

I heard Larijani was studying physics in US but left to work for IRR/IRI as a thugs born in Iraq & plundering IRAN.

Sargord Pirouz

Well now its perfectly

by Sargord Pirouz on

Well now its perfectly obvious that this writer in the "Fred" team does not possess a degree from a reputable university. (Probably doesn't possess one, period.)

As is now on full display for everyone to see, this person cannot tell the difference between the scientific method and political theory. They are two completely concepts, using completely different methods.

You folks at "Fred" really need a competent editor.