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Siavash Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
Great pictures. Thanks for posting.
To topple ruling criminal mullahs is the only way for freedom in Iran. As long Islamic thugs are running the country, speaking of freedom is absurd.

Payandeh IRAN
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
The totalitarian theocracy in Iran remains as unreformable as ever; such rigidity stems from the Islamic state's need to monopolize political power and maintain its position with unspeakable violence.
Rohany is a 'reformer' in the sense that he's willing to share with multinationals, but Sepah doesn't want to share anything with anybody any time soon.
Rohany in the past four years has imposed poverty wages on millions of Iranian workers, teachers, nurses, ..His security forces have been responsible for extremely violent attack on political prisoners, in Evin. Same security forces have also killed an Ahvazi youth, protesting for Clean Air.
We all know of Rohany's horrible dark record with it comes to independent media, social activists,...
With 'reformist' like this who needs Sepah!
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
Iran’s confrontation with the West or Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with Rohani’s election and what’s happening inside Iran. It’s to do with Iran’s foreign policies that have been planned and endorsed by the hardliners. Rohani has no power over Iran’s involvement in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and their policies toward Saudi Arabia. Rohani is give a certain agenda (for example the nuclear deal) to work on from the supreme leader and is perceived to be working on the side of the reformists. This is not to say he is not somewhat a reformist.

Iran’s confrontation with the West is based on its belligerent foreign policies which Rohani is in full support of although he may not say so. He could not have been endorsed as a candidate in the first place if his foreign policies differed from the hardliners and their lust to expand their power and influence in other countries.

People of Iran never had any say in what has been happening outside of Iran in their name. That’s the redline for IRI which no one can cross.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
Total nonsense, many people voted out of desperation and continued illusions.
It's interesting how both regime's lobbyists & monarchist thugs have a kneejerk, preconceived reaction about their opponents.
For regime lobbyists millions of Iranians that didn't take part in the sham 'election' are labeled as Saudi & Israeli pawns.
For criminal monarchists ordinary Iranians who participated in this farce are automatically turned into "others" and categorized as 'enemy.'
Such propagandist approach to politics by both regime lobbyists & monarchist thugs betrays their intolerance and lack of respect for contrary views.
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Siavash Siavash (@Siavash) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Iraj Khan,
Only those who were on payroll by criminal mullahs participated in that ridiculous election. People who have government job are afraid to lose their jobs so they participate in election. Voting centers put a stamp the birth certification on people who vote. The birth certificate show if they vote or NOT. Sometimes the food center avoid to give food in discount price for people who don't have stamp on their birth certification.
There is a center on Villa Ave. in Tehran by the name of EDAREH E GOZENESH. That office overseas and supervise all the government employees. The youths who want to apply for any government job. I had to go through that center as well. Edareh Gozenesh also interviewed me, even though I had government job for 3 years. The first thing they requested was my birth certification. They wanted to see if I voted. I told them I lost my birth certification. They appeared NOT to believe me. The first interview question was :
How many shrouds the dead person wear ? The dead person shroud has 5 piece and I answered it. The second question was:
why Soreh Tobeh in Koran doesn't have opening statement of "In the name of God merciful and compassionate".
The interview took 2 hours and after 1 week I received a letter for dismissal from my government job.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
It means more of the same empty promises made four years ago.
It means imposition of poverty wages on millions of Iranian workers, teachers, nurses,...
It means Islamic state of Iran's continued offensive and crackdown on civil and social activists.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Congratulations to Iranian people who participated in presidential election.
Congratulations to those millions of young voters who stood in long lines to show their support for Rouhani.
Congratulations to millions of supporters of peaceful and gradual political reform in Iran.
Score board:
Iranian nation: 1
Naysayers, prophets of doom and gloom, Saudi tribe and Netanyahu: 0
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Dakho Dakho (@Dakho) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
For more clarity on paraphrasing Michael Moor's statement about 'the shit show," the original and some remarks might be in order.



What Mr. Moor warns people about, is what Iranians have experienced in Islamic state of Iran's Shiite shit-show, for the past 38 years.
Clergy's violent domination of most social spaces in our land is a fact no one could ignore.
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Dakho Dakho (@Dakho) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
As 'well' choreographed as this farce might have been, not only this 'election' hasn't resolved any of the contradictions within Islamic state of Iran, but all internal and external conflicts, disputes and clashes are sharpening.
Suffice to say Islamic state's economy, markets and industrial production will continue to decline at an alarming rate, as predicted on numerous occasions by government officials and the Center for Statistics in Iran.
On the voters side, it might be a sort of desperately hopeless meeting the desperately ruthless, with some varieties in between.
And as usual there are the millions who don't vote. Some of these non-voters are people who openly and adamantly boycott this (paraphrasing Michael Moor) shit show of 'democracy.'

انتخاب بین بد و بدتر - توکا نیستانی

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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
And yet people are so desperate that time and again knowigingly fall in the regime's well-well-choreographed trap.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
Thanx for the timely reminder.
These Iranians are the ones we should have running for the office and delegated with our popular will.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
Mine too! Thanks!
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Siavash Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
"Good Cop, Bad Cop" game. Poor Iranian people.
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Dakho Dakho (@Dakho) on Pinned comment
سروده‌ای از "اخوان‌ثالث"(غزل ۳) با صدای "فروغ فرخزاد"
parand.se/?p=1355


ای تکیه‌گاه و پناهِ
زیباترین لحظه‌هایِ
پُر عصمت و پر شکوهِ
تنهایی و خلوت من!

ای شطّ شیرین پُر شوکت من!
ای با تو من گشته بسیار،
در کوچه‌های بزرگ نجابت.
ظاهر نه بُن‌بستِ عابر فریبند‌ۀ استجابت.
در کوچه‌های سُرور و غم راستینی که‌مان بود،
در کوچه‌باغ گل ساکتِ نازهایت.
در کوچه باغ گل سرخ شرمم.
در کوچه‌های نوازش.
در کوچه‌های چه شبهای بسیار،
تا ساحل سیمگون سحرگاه رفتن.
در کوچه‌های مه‌آلود بس گفت‌و گوها،
بی‌هیچ از لذت خواب گفتن.

در کوچه‌های نجیب غزل‌ها که چشم تو می‌خواند،
گهگاه اگر از سخن باز می‌ماند،
افسون پاک منش پیش می‌راند.
ای شطّ پُر شوکت هر چه زیبایی پاک!
ای شطّ زیبای پُر شوکت من!
ای رفته تا دور دستان!
آنجا بگو تا کدامین ستاره‌ست
روشنترین همنشین شبِ غربتِ تو؟
ای همنشین قدیم شبِ غربتِ من!

ای تکیه‌گاه و پناهِ
غمگین‌ترین لحظه‌های کنون بی‌نگاهت تهی مانده از نور،
در کوچه‌باغ گل تیره و تلخ اندوه،
در کوچه‌های چه شبها که اکنون همه کور.
آنجا بگو تا کدامین ستاره‌ست
که شب‌فروز تو خورشید پاره‌ست؟

تهران ـ شهریور ۱۳۳۶
از مجموعۀ «آخر شاهنامه»


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Dakho Dakho (@Dakho) on Pinned comment
Jenab Red Wine thank you for yet another masterpiece.
Not sure whether to call it a Graphics masterpiece or an illustrations one.
The Scorpion's presence betrays a deep, profound appreciation of Iranian folklore and history.
Contrary to shallow journalistic standards both these 'candidates' are highly corrupt, incompetent and criminally violent (both in terms of their histories and everyday practice). They might try to establish some superficial, minuscule differences but in essence and mission they're 100% same.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
No they are not.
How so?
Same way that Mousavi and Ahmadinejad are not.
The same way that Clinton and Trump are not.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
No doubt about it. Thanks
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MashGhasem MashGhasem (@MashGhasem) on Pinned comment
بیا تا گل برافشانیم و می در ساغر اندازیم
فلک را سقف بشکافیم و طرحی نو دراندازیم

اگر غم لشکر انگیزد که خون عاشقان ریزد
من و ساقی به هم سازيم و بنیادش براندازیم

شراب ارغوانی را گلاب اندر قدح ریزیم
نسیم عطرگردان را شکر در مجمر اندازیم

چو در دست است رودی خوش بزن مطرب سرودی خوش
که دست افشان غزل خوانیم و پاکوبان سر اندازیم

صبا خاک وجود ما بدان عالی جناب انداز
بود کان شاه خوبان را نظر بر منظر اندازیم

یکی از عقل می‌لافد یکی طامات می‌بافد
بیا کاین داوری‌ها را به پیش داور اندازیم

بهشت عدن اگر خواهی بیا با ما به میخانه
که از پای خمت روزی به حوض کوثر اندازیم

سخندانی و خوشخوانی نمی‌ورزند در شیراز
بیا حافظ که تا خود را به ملکی دیگر اندازیم

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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
Shah created a “secret organization” named Hojjatieh through a clergyman from Mashhad named Mahmoud Halabi, whose goal was to “rise against the Baha’is.” “This organization that – based on published documents – was supported by Savak, inflicted the biggest blows to the defenseless Baha’i community.

iranpresswatch.org/post/10778/

Below is the picture of shah's terrorist generals, smiling while destroying the Baha'i temple and terrorizing the Baha'i community, in 1954.
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