Have you noticed the way Islamist Rapist Republic, IRR, folks talk about their system is as though they had nothing to do with it to begin with and are just casual observers?
This is particularly the case with the “reformist” faction of IRR, the ones who got the short end of the stick in the last round of infighting.
The best example of it is in the latest issue of the Foreign Policy Magazine where a “reformist” minded journalist in exile has interviewed a “reformist” politician. And not any ordinary Islamist politician but non other than the daughter of who Forbes Magazine called “the Billionaire Mullah” aka Hashemi-Rafsanjani.
Here is an excerpt to show how these IRR people think everyone has Alzheimer and can’t recall what these people have done to Iran and Iranians.
The daughter of the biggest thief Iran has seen bar none, someone who has to answer for too many nasty things including torture and uncounted murders and assassinations says:
“Faezeh Hashemi Rafsanjani: Presently, everything is upside down, wrong is right, the unjust pretend to be unjustly treated, those who aim to destroy the country and the religion call themselves servants of the nation. Imbeciles are at the top, and managers and the distinguished are in prison, or have been dismissed, or have had to flee the country. All of this would be painful for any Iranian who has a modicum of pride. “
The obvious conclusion is everything was right side up till these folks lost the internal power struggle.
I suppose except all the mass murdering, raping, torturing, limbs chopping, stoning, and wholesale looting of the country, Hajieh Khanoom Rafsanjani is right.
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Corporal Pirouzby Agha_Irani on Sat Sep 11, 2010 08:46 PM PDT
Since you go on and on...then so will I...
Haji Firouz as you are more appropriately now named - what are you talking about?????
As well as your scholastic attainments in questionable history, obsolete military technology and backward, redundant islamist ideology you are now an expert in analyzing writing styles in both Farsi and English???
Give it a break, you make yourself and your islamist arab worshiping masters look more preposterous with every single comment you add.
The times you record mean nothing - even if your bizarre theories were true could it be the "Zionists" were working overtime?
I'd also be interested to see you embarrass yourself further by giving us a table of the styles of Fred's writing Mr Writing Analysis.
Reformists are as responisble for state of Iranby seannewyork on Sat Sep 11, 2010 05:23 PM PDT
Reformists act like they have clean hands and were not a part of all killings and executions. people jumped on to ride them and use them to get to democracy. they are now useless for the people so you see no one listens to the stupid statemetns of moussavi or the islamic green movement. people are way past that and are a part of the secular green movement that will put all IRI on trial
khatami is actually one of the biggest traitors in iran. people are not looking way past the dead reform movement to their next leader who would want a secular democarcy.
reformists put the breaks on the democarcy movement and they will pay the price.
who caresby MRX1 on Sat Sep 11, 2010 03:06 PM PDT
what she has to say? The only thing I find interesting is every time some one get' sacked from their position and power in IRR, over night they become green, yellow, progressive, secular and complain how bad things are now, as if we untill yesterday when they were in charge every thing was fine and dandy.
Well said, Fredby comrade on Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:36 AM PDT
We all know why her father was dubbed as Akbar Shah.
The Iranian nation does not need these sedimentary agents of Dark Ages for finding its right path to a secular future.
Never increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything.
Thanks for the help, reader1by Sargord Pirouz on Sat Sep 11, 2010 08:42 AM PDT
Thanks for the help, reader1. You're right.
That was really early in the morning when I commented on this post. :)
Sargord: Type “AB” is Fred’s worse writing style, BUT ...by reader1 on Sat Sep 11, 2010 09:16 AM PDT
.. with respect, as you commented on his grammar and punctuation, I could not help to note the following observations in your style of writing:
1. Non work should be non-work => Use a Hyphen to Form a Single Adjective Before a noun
2. “on a work day during working hours” => “work-hours” conveys the same meaning.
3. Saturday is the Sabbath day in Israel!
PS. My English sucks and my Farsi is not any better but both Fred’s Farsi and English are much better than mine. I am nobody but a finicky reader!
"Fred" writing "Type AB"by Sargord Pirouz on Sat Sep 11, 2010 05:01 AM PDT
It appears this is the work of "Fred" writing "Type AB" (sorry to use a superseded classification). Note the tone and the numerous mistakes in grammar and punctuation.
The hours of uploading are interesting. Either this post is being uploaded very early on a non work day on the east coast of the US, or it is being uploaded on a work day during working hours in Israel. (take your pick)