Time to Take a Stand!!

by masoudA

We did not take a stand during the Arab attack,
We could not take a stand when the mongols attacked,
did not during WW2,
over and over we either sat around and watched or could not do anything about the events influencing us....
We did not take a stand in 1978, and allowed some 50,000 acticve Islamists, represent and eventualy dictate over 30 million of us.
Well, are we going to do it again - even outside Iran ?
Are we going to let 5,000 mullah exported Iranian Islamists represent 6 million of us Iranian immigrants ?

Time to take a stand - Join the PAC - It is just starting
It's the least you can do.

Our culture holds many keys to future enlightenment of mankind. While the world is fighting over "abortion" and when a human life begins - we look at animals and plants and see life.



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Good to see

by masoudA on

The mullah network in America tries to crowd this and other mediums - just as they do the streets of Iran !   Trying to justify their filthy existance behind a false illustration of public support. 

Good to see so many of you Iran lovers out there.   Now go get some others to take a stand.  lol


Thanks Masoud, I agree, we

by KavehV (not verified) on

Thanks Masoud, I agree, we have an occupied Iran on a path against the national interest of the population. I believe the current containment policy will provide multiple opportunities for tuning specific and targeted sanctions against regime organizations and individuals. Cutting off the regime from its proxies outside of Iran should be a priority, as this will isolate and limit the reach of the Islamists criminals to make mischief and will further isolate them from their power base outside. This will also limit the plundering of the national wealth that goes into funding these activities. By imprisoning these groups and organizations to within Iran where they lack constituency, they will become useless and falter.

I believe it will not be too difficult to identify Islamic Republic proxies and potential allies in the region, and isolate them from IR influence. The combination of an active diplomacy and US military presence should be sufficient to open up opportunities for internal changes in Iran.

The big secret is that the Mullahs are walking into the same trap that overcame the USSR empire. This is what US (and allies) are really good at: political, military and economic CONTAINMENT. This is a real shame that this idiotic bunch in IR are following the same failed model of the USSR only within a decade or two of their failure. Except that, they are far SMALLER, far LESS DEVELOPED and far MORE BELLIGERENT than former USSR and their cronies. Where you place your bets now!?

Also, the world dislikes Islamic rule just as much as they disliked communists, if not more.


Human ?!

by masoudA on

You seem to have absolutely Zero concern over the ongoing genocide in Iran.   and you call yourself Human ?!!

Just something to ponder upon - every day in Tehran alone, about 40 youngsters committ suicide or are suicided! by IRI agents. 


programmer craig just shut the fu*k up

by Human (not verified) on

programmer craig, this is an Iranian site not a site for you neo-con fascists. Isn't that enough that U.S. deposed democratic Mohammad Mosaddeq and put the puppet Shah in Iran? Isn't that enough that the U.S. pushed Saddam to start the war with Iran and supported him in a war that killed over 1 million Iranians and Iraqis? What else do you want next? Nuke Iran and kill all Iranians?


Dear Kaveh,

by masoudA on

When you encounter a wild dog - in order to avoit a conflict - you need to have a stick in your hand.    Nobody likes or promotes war - especialy againt the motherland.   However, in order to remove the mullahs we need the stick in our hand.   Also - let's not forget, Iran is occupied.    


Dear Masoud

by KavehV (not verified) on

I quickly browsed the site PersianPAC.org and their mission statement, which looked quite reasonable to me. The video for PAC advertisement promises more wars by a number of presidential candidates. This does not sit well with many people, Americans, Iranians and many others. Myself, I am not convinced of the prudency of starting another war, much less a larger one with Iran. I am not closed minded to the concept of forceful removal of the IRI, but I need tangible facts and convincing arguments to this effect. At the moment, I can think of several scenarios that may produce uncertain outcomes from a war with Iran, and of course, the unknown human loss. This will be an interesting topic of discussion for an article/blog to consider the possibilities and consequences of war with Islamic Republic.

Right now, I am a little concerned about the misrepresentation of the Iranian-American community by Islamic Republic agents and their dubious activities under freedom of religion act. Specifically, the Shia clerics and their followers in US.


Dear masoudA

by Anonymous4now on

I could not possibly agree more with your last post.  The leftist movement in Iran has been the source of devastation, propaganda and betrayal in Iran all throughout the 20th century and now with their "anti-imperialist" propaganda aiding and abetting the Mullah regime. 


Some Good Suggestions

by masoudA on

Dear Kaveh - You will be surprised what one man can do.   Please post your suggestion on the comment section at PersianPAC.org.

It's time to take a stand - and believe me the Islamists outside Iran are more scared of you than you are of them.  Also, be aware that our big problem is not the Iranian Islamists - it is the Iranian Communists who are still fighting the American Imperialism - using the mullah resources.  

Dear Anym4now - I agree - I was too harsh on our forefathers at the times of the Arab attack - many of them staged great resistance - we were just too weak after our 100 years of war withy the Greeks. 


Factor Fear

by Pouyan (not verified) on

Factor Fear is the main reason of submission, especially in the past where the concepts like human rights, freedom of thoughts, human dignity were not known.

In such conditions, Islam followed this factor by using "jihah" to force people to convert. Islam without jihad or divine violence would fades out like any sect of violence which wouls shed blood to its holy altar.
See so many saint pathetic sects around the world, Islam is one of them which happened to expand.


OK , come one

by KavehV (not verified) on

Ok, you great coward Islamic warriors! where is the rebuttle. This is a debate , no the battle here !!! Come on !!

You have been flushed out and known to homeland security officials already!!

Show us your counter argument!!


Many Iranian ex-pats are

by Anonymous0 (not verified) on

Many Iranian ex-pats are afraid of speaking up precisely because they are afraid of these jihadists living in the US. Regime's track record show that they have assassinated more than 300 political activists abroad.


Please for a moment forget

by Anonymous9898 (not verified) on

Please for a moment forget these idle discussions and if you want to have FUN for this weekend and LAUGH a bit and forget your moshkelat for a while go this page and read the romantic story and the commentaries below it:




PC is absolutely correct.

by 00 (not verified) on

PC is absolutely correct. These thugs destroyed Iran and now they are hell bent on destroying the US. They should have never been allowed to come here in the first place. Not all are Islamists; many are ex-militant commies who would like nothing more than the demise of the US. Very sad that we haven't done anything so far to remedy this dire situation.


Thank you poiuy ,this is yours truly TAHIRIH,not Tahriri.

by Tahirih (not verified) on

What I said is 100% true.The clergy have advised the Qajar kings all the way to their fall.It is the fault of clerics in Iran that we stayed behind in our progress.
But as this friend is saying there is lots of wisdom in the statement about arrow going back before going forward!
once for all we had to see the true face of clergy in Iran to never trust or believe them anymore.
This time by our backward revolution to theocracy of Islamic republic,no young person would ever believe them .Therefore ultimetly their roots are dried up in Iran forever!!!!!

"Leaders of Religion, in every age, have hindered their people from attaining the shores of eternal salvation, inasmuch as they held the reins of authority in their mighty grasp.

Some for the lust of leadership, others through want of knowledge and understanding, have been the cause of the deprivation of the people.

God will hold responsible religious leaders for this tragedy,who have presumed to speak for Him throughout history. Their attempts to make the Word of God a PRIVATE preserve, and its exposition a means for PERSONAL aggrandizement, have been the greatest single handicap against which the advancement of civilization has struggled"


To: Javad x Of course it

by KavehV (not verified) on

To: Javad x

Of course it will work! There is 50 years of "cold war" experience with former Soviet Union, another (former) self declared enemy state. Defectors and immigrants were accepted, but enemy agents were watched and deported/prosecuted.

The vetting process will determine individual's status in their former positions in Islamic Republic. For example, all members of IRGC, Basij and regime's security apparatus (volunteers) should be barred from US entry. Individual defectors may be exception, depending on their rank, responsibilities and background. Or, ranking officials, say in ministry of education should also be barred from US, if they were associated with and appointed by ruling Mullahs. But, ordinary school principals should not. Generally, all "ideological volunteers" associated with repressive Islamic organizations and people related to ruling class should be barred entry.

The vetting process has to be extensive and there is plenty of human intelligence (and others) outside Iran to determine who should, or should not be allowed into US.

programmer craig

To: Javad x

by programmer craig on

First, most reformers in former Communist countries were themselves
communists. Second, if we did it this way, you would not have this
website to spread your own ideas. The owner of this website, Jahanshah
Javid, was a Hezbollahi.

Anyone who is still involved with the IRI in any way should be denied entry, and any already here should be deported. The islamic Republic is an enemy of the US, which makes their agents and employees enemy nationals. And important word that you didn't use much is "former" - former is OK, but there has to be a way to verify that they've broken their ties with the IRI. I look at some of what is said on the website and on personal blogs by "Iranian Americans" and I'm horrifed by the number of Iranians who are openly supportive of the Islamic Republic and who are openly contemptuous of the United States, who have somehow managed to aquire US citizenship. That's got to stop. It should have never been allowed to happen in the first place. And if those are second generation Iranian-Americans, their parents should be ashamed. Their children are committing treason (literally) against the country that gave them shelter.

We should not be so close minded.

Of course we should. It isn't "close minded" to defend yourself from an obvious enemy. It's suicidal not to. We don't have any legal or moral responsibility to allow enemy nationals within our borders.



Re: Kaveh V: that is a great

by KavehV (not verified) on

Anonymous7 and Anonymous00:

Thank you for the links, but I would recommend access to law makers at state and federal level for a serious review of the activities of Islamic Republic related individuals and groups in the US.

Most Iranians, that I know, don't even consider themselves Muslem, so joining a Muslim organization against extremism is not an option for them. This will have to be direct contact with law makers themselves.


Excerpts from the "A Century

by Manufactured coup of 1978 (not verified) on

Excerpts from the "A Century of War":

"In November 1978, President Carter named the Bilderberg group's George Ball, another member of the Trilateral Commission, to head a special White House Iran task force under the National Security Council's Brzezinski. Ball recommended that Washington drop support for the Shah of Iran and support the fundamentalistic Islamic opposition of Ayatollah Khomeini. Robert Bowie from the CIA was one of the lead 'case officers' in the new CIA-led coup against the man their covert actions had placed into power 25 years earlier. Their scheme was based on a detailed study of the phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism, as presented by British Islamic expert, Dr. Bernard Lewis, then on assignment at Princeton University in the United States.

Lewis's scheme, which was unveiled at the May 1979 Bilderberg meeting in Austria, endorsed the radical Muslim Brotherhood movement behind Khomeini, in order to promote balkanization of the entire Muslim Near East along tribal and religious lines. Lewis argued that the West should encourage autonomous groups such as the Kurds, Armenians, Lebanese Maronites, Ethiopian Copts, Azerbaijani Turks, and so forth. The chaos would spread in what he termed an 'Arc of Crisis,' which would spill over into Muslim regions of the Soviet Union.

The coup against the Shah, like that against Mossadegh in 1953, was run by British and American intelligence, with the bombastic American, Brzezinski, taking public 'credit' for getting rid of the 'corrupt' Shah, while the British characteristically remained safely in the background.

During 1978, negotiations were under way between the Shah's government and British Petroleum for renewal of the 25-year old extraction agreement. By October 1978, the talks had collapsed over a British 'offer' which demanded exclusive rights to Iran's future oil output, while refusing to guarantee purchase of the oil. With their dependence on British-controlled export apparently at an end, Iran appeared on the verge of independence in its oil sales policy for the first time since 1953, with eager prospective buyers in Germany, France, Japan and elsewhere.

In its lead editorial that September, Iran's Kayhan International stated: In retrospect, the 25-year partnership with the [British Petroleum] consortium and the 50-year relationship with British Petroleum which preceded it, have not been satisfactory ones for Iran … Looking to the future, NIOC [National Iranian Oil Company] should plan to handle all operations by itself. London was blackmailing and putting enormous economic pressure on the Shah's regime by refusing to buy Iranian oil production, taking only 3 million or so barrels daily of an agreed minimum of 5 million barrels per day.

This imposed dramatic revenue pressures on Iran, which provided the context in which religious discontent against the Shah could be fanned by trained agitators deployed by British and U.S. intelligence. In addition, strikes among oil workers at this critical juncture crippled Iranian oil production. As Iran's domestic economic troubles grew, American 'security' advisers to the Shah's Savak secret police implemented a policy of ever more brutal repression, in a manner calculated to maximize popular antipathy to the Shah.

At the same time, the Carter administration cynically began protesting abuses of 'human rights' under the Shah. British Petroleum reportedly began to organize capital flight out of Iran, through its strong influence in Iran's financial and banking community. The British Broadcasting Corporation's Persian-language broadcasts, with dozens of Persian-speaking BBC 'correspondents' sent into even the smallest village, drummed up hysteria against the Shah.

The BBC gave Ayatollah Khomeini a full propaganda platform inside Iran during this time. The British government-owned broadcasting organization refused to give the Shah's government an equal chance to reply. Repeated personal appeals from the Shah to the BBC yielded no result. Anglo-American intelligence was committed to toppling the Shah. The Shah fled in January, and by February 1979, Khomeini had been flown into Tehran to proclaim the establishment of his repressive theocratic state to replace the Shah's government. Reflecting on his downfall months later, shortly before his death, the Shah noted from exile, I did not know it then perhaps I did not want to know but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted What was I to make of the Administration's sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country.[1][1]

With the fall of the Shah and the coming to power of the fanatical Khomeini adherents in Iran, chaos was unleashed. By May 1979, the new Khomeini regime had singled out the country's nuclear power development plans and announced cancellation of the entire program for French and German nuclear reactor construction. Iran's oil exports to the world were suddenly cut off, some 3 million barrels per day. Curiously, Saudi Arabian production in the critical days of January 1979 was also cut by some 2 million barrels per day. To add to the pressures on world oil supply, British Petroleum declared force majeure and cancelled major contracts for oil supply. Prices on the Rotterdam spot market, heavily influenced by BP and Royal Cutch Shell as the largest oil traders, soared in early 1979 as a result.

The second oil shock of the 1970s was fully under way. Indications are that the actual planners of the Iranian Khomeini coup in London and within the senior ranks of the U.S. liberal establishment decided to keep President Carter largely ignorant of the policy and its ultimate objectives. The ensuing energy crisis in the United States was a major factor in bringing about Carter's defeat a year later. There was never a real shortage in the world supply of petroleum. Existing Saudi and Kuwaiti production capacities could at any time have met the 5-6 million barrels per day temporary shortfall, as a U.S. congressional investigation by the General Accounting Office months later confirmed. Unusually low reserve stocks of oil held by the Seven Sisters oil multinationals contributed to creating a devastating world oil price shock, with prices for crude oil soaring from a level of some $14 per barrel in 1978 towards the astronomical heights of $40 per barrel for some grades of crude on the spot market. Long gasoline lines across America contributed to a general sense of panic, and Carter energy secretary and former CIA director, James R. Schlesinger, did not help calm matters when he told Congress and the media in February 1979 that the Iranian oil shortfall was 'prospectively more serious' than the 1973 Arab oil embargo.[2][2]

The Carter administration's Trilateral Commission foreign policy further ensured that any European effort from Germany and France to develop more cooperative trade, economic and diplomatic relations with their Soviet neighbor, under the umbrella of détente and various Soviet-west European energy agreements, was also thrown into disarray. Carter's security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and secretary of state, Cyrus Vance, implemented their 'Arc of Crisis' policy, spreading the instability of the Iranian revolution throughout the perimeter around the Soviet Union. Throughout the Islamic perimeter from Pakistan to Iran, U.S. initiatives created instability or worse." --In 1978, the Iranian Ettelaat published an article accusing Khomeini of being a British agent. The clerics organized violent demonstrations in response, which led to the flight of the Shah months later. See U.S. Library of Congress Country Studies, Iran. The Coming of the Revolution. December 1987. The role of BBC Persian broadcasts in the ousting of the Shah is detailed in Hossein Shahidi. 'BBC Persian Service 60 years on.' The Iranian. September 24, 2001.

The BBC was so much identified with Khomeini that it won the name 'Ayatollah BBC.' [2][2] Comptroller General of the United States. 'Iranian Oil Cutoff: Reduced Petroleum Supplies and Inadequate U.S. Government Response.' Report to Congress by General Accounting Office. 1979.

William Engdahl, A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, © 1992, 2004. Pluto Press Ltd. Pages 171-174. [1][1]



By Tahriri Iranian clerics

by poiuy (not verified) on

By Tahriri

Iranian clerics rulled the Qajar kings,and their interference has made Iran to stay in dark ages while europe was florishing.
They were staying low during pahlavi era,but with our naivity they came back full force to finish off their staus.
This time we all know their true face and we all have tasted their bitter taste.They have ,once and for all finished themselves !!
Do they think that the young generation of Iran will kiss their blood stained hands!!!



Clergy were also integral part of constitutional movement

by Javad x (not verified) on

not everyone in any category is evil.


Arrow goes forward only

by gh (not verified) on

Arrow goes forward only after pulling into backward. We must examine the past if we want to go forward.

"The particular shape of the ruling classes in Iran has, for the past one thousand and one years at least, consisted of two major components. In Iran they are referred to as the ‘Shah’ and the ‘Shaykh’; the King and the Cleric.

For those less familiar with the history of Iran, it is instructive to know that the clergy were a most integral part of the ruling classes all the way until 1920s, when the founder of the Pahlavi Dynasty, Reza Shah, summarily stripped the mullahs of almost all their social institutions of power....read the rest.



We should go beyond Kaveh's great suggestions

by shahre herte (not verified) on

man ke migam, az in bayad bishtar eghdam konim.

Har ki ke be jomhourye eslami kar kardeh bashe bayad foran DEPORT beshe.

Har ki ke kare dolati to Iran karde bashe bayad foran DEPORT beshe.

Har ke ke too artesh ya pasdaran khedmad karde, bayad bere. Har ki ke moalem boode, ranandeye otobus boode, ya kargar dolati boode bayad DEPORT beshe bekhatere inke be jomhourye eslami ye joori komak karde!

Amrika faghat male saltanat talbhaye pooldare, baghie bayad deport beshan!!!


Kaveh: that's not going to work

by Javad x (not verified) on

Just think about what you are saying. You say

"Just like the old days when members of the Nazi party and Communist parties where denied citizenship, the path to citizenship must be blocked to anyone involved in any aspect of the Islamic Republic government and its funded organizations since November 4, 1979."

First, most reformers in former Communist countries were themselves communists. Second, if we did it this way, you would not have this website to spread your own ideas. The owner of this website, Jahanshah Javid, was a Hezbollahi.

We should not be so close minded.


To All those Who Read My Comments

by Kouroush Sassanian (not verified) on

I want to make sure that you fully understand what my background is:

I was devoted to Mammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. Also, I am a Zartoshti, and when I was growing up, I grew up among the Jewish people.

Consequently, I developed strong negative feelings towards Islam.

Please remeber that when you are reading my comments in this blog. Thanks

P.S. I also use multiple names throughout this site. Names such as Ahmad Bahai, Anonymouspb, Anonymous2008, babakoohi, Kos Sher, and most recently, Nader Vanaki, and Kafka.

By the way, there is also no difference between Nader Vanaki, the real Nader Vanaki, or me. We are all the same people.

I'll keep you posted of new ones if I use them.


kaveh v: you can also

by Anonymous00 (not verified) on


Kaveh V: that is a great

by Anonymous7 (not verified) on

Kaveh V: that is a great suggestion. See if this group can help you.

Mission statement of the group:

The Free Muslims Coalition is a nonprofit organization made up of American Muslims and Arabs of all backgrounds who feel that religious violence and terrorism have not been fully rejected by the Muslim community in the post 9-11 era.
The Free Muslims was created to eliminate broad base support for Islamic extremism and terrorism and to strengthen secular democratic institutions in the Middle East and the Muslim World by supporting Islamic reformation efforts.

The Free Muslims promotes a modern secular interpretation of Islam which is peace-loving, democracy-loving and compatible with other faiths and beliefs. The Free Muslims' efforts are unique; it is the only mainstream American-Muslim organization willing to attack extremism and terrorism unambiguously. Unfortunately most other Muslim leaders believe that in terrorist organizations, the end justifies the means.

As written recently by Khaled Kishtainy, columnist at Al-Sharq Al-Awsat Newspaper, "I place on the Islamic intellectuals and leaders of Islamic organizations part of the responsibility for [this phenomenon] of Islamic terrorism, as nearly all of them advocate violence, and repress anyone who casts doubts upon this. Naturally, every so often they have written about the love and peace of Islam – but they did so, at best, for purposes of propaganda and defense of Islam. Their basic position is that this religion was established by the sword, acts by the sword, and will triumph by the sword, and that any doubt regarding this constitutes a conspiracy against the Muslims."

The Free Muslims finds this sympathetic support for terrorists by Muslim leaders and intellectuals to be a dangerous trend and the Free Muslims will challenge these beliefs and target the sympathetic support given to terrorists by Muslims.

The Free Muslims encourages Muslims and Arabs to be proud of their faith and at the same time critical. The community of the faithful must now take steps to bring Islam into the 21st century. As the Free Muslims’s founder recently said, "The only way that we as a people can make a profound difference and improve the quality of life for all Muslims is if all of us make a difference individually."

Other Americans have spoken up against terrorism, but never before has this message come with such clarity from Muslims or Arabs. Muslims are the only ones who can resolve the problem of terror in Islam, and sadly until the founding of this Free Muslims, they were the only group who had not definitively spoken up against the use of terror.


Iran Said to Privatise 90

by Anonymous00 (not verified) on

Iran Said to Privatise 90 Billion Dollars of Energy Assets

February 09, 2008
John Irish

DUBAI -- Iran plans to privatise 47 firms in its energy sector worth 90 billion dollars (46.2 billion pounds) and set up a holding company for these assets which it will list on four international exchanges, a National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) executive said.

The plan would see the oil and gas companies put under an umbrella group to attract foreign investment, Hojatollah Ghanimi-Fard, director of international affairs at NIOC told the London-based Middle East Economic Digest (MEED).

He said the firms would also be listed in Tehran by 2014.

"We decided the Iranian stock exchange may need to have some support financially from outside stock exchanges, especially for the oil sector, because the money involved is too much (for Iran)," Ghanemi-Fard told the magazine, without naming the firms.

Iran, the world's fourth-largest crude exporter, tried to revive its stalled privatisation plan in 2006 by ordering the floating of 80 percent of several firms. But it said the upstream oil sector and key banks would remain in state hands.

The 2006 list included NIOC subsidiaries, such as Petropars, set up in 1998 to help develop part of Iran's huge South Pars gas field and which has since signed energy deals in Venezuela.

Other NIOC subsidiaries included Petroiran Development Company and North Drilling Company. Firms affiliated to Iran's petrochemical industry were also on the list.

Deals have already been signed to list the holding company on markets in two of Iran's neighbours and two Asian countries, Ghanemi-Fard said, adding that more details would be given by the end of March. He declined to name the exchanges.

"Today, the valuation award is something close to a $90 billion book value, " Fard said. "But at the time they go to the stock market, based on the bidding you will see from those that want to buy it, the total amount will be more than that."

(Reporting by John Irish; Editing by Valerie Lee)



Stand Up to Islamist Thugs......

by KavehV (not verified) on

I would like to recommend the extension of current sanctions placed on IRI officials by US state department. The background checks for visa and green card applications must include checks on association with IRI established organizations; IRGC, Basij, ministries and other repressive/terror organizations of IRI. Just like the old days when members of the Nazi party and Communist parties where denied citizenship, the path to citizenship must be blocked to anyone involved in any aspect of the Islamic Republic government and its funded organizations since November 4, 1979.

More importantly, to enable deportation hearings by Homeland security department on those suspected, or identified with Islamic activities, in concert with the policies and terror organizations of the Islamic Republic (a self declared enemy state). These individuals should be considered a security risk, not only for the US, but for the Iranian-American community, as the community will be at the highest risk from these groups/individuals, through their direct, or indirect extremist actions and intents.

There are several paths open for such petitions; through department of state that has already initiated these sanctions on IRI individuals, the homeland security and various local immigration initiatives at state level. The best way is to organize Iranian-American committees, or PAC groups (city, state and federal branches) to lobby the related government organizations for these measures and target Islamic Republic agents and related groups posing potential risk for the Iranian-American community.

The choice is yours: organize and make a stance against Farsi speaking Islamist thugs in this country, identify and deport them, or suffer discriminatory laws that will effect everyone in the community!


Instead of this idle talks

by Anonymous9898 (not verified) on

Instead of this idle talks go and check this forum and laugh a bit:


read the story in the commentary after reading the main story.


Yes, I agree, but you missed a few things:

by Anonymous8 (not verified) on

we did NOT take a stand when US, UK and France were helping Saddam Hussein kill Iranians,
we did NOT take a stand when CIA and Mossad were helping and training Mojaheds to blow up Iranians and attack Iran,
we did NOT take a stand when Americans shot down an Iranian airliner killing 300 people,
we did NOT take a stand when Americans attacked Afghanistan and reinstated the drug production that is killing our children without doing the slightest thing to help prevent drugs from entering Iran,
we did NOT take a stand when Bush changed US policy to make it OK to do "pre-emptive strikes" against other countries including Iran,
we did NOT take a we did NOT take a stand when western powers decided they know better what kind of energy sources Iran needs to have for the future,
we did NOT take a stand when 3 rounds of sanctions paved the way for misery and economic devestation on the PEOPLE of Iran,

we did not take any of these stances. Or I should say, more accurately ASSHOLE OLD SALTANAT TALABS LIKE YOURSELF did not take these stands. So now you want Iranians to listen to your sorry ass?

Boro gomsho az sare mellate iran va sho, to hich kare-i, bichare.