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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
Calling it a "line of reasoning" is giving it undue credit. It's a line of stupidity more than anything else. But you are absolutely correct. In the Islamic Republic of Hell nobody is allowed to become part of the system without being in line with the Islamic Revolution. This is one of the reasons why no one opposed to the Islamic regime should trust the "reformists/moderates". They are all criminals just like everyone else in the system. Their abominable Islamic regime is the reason why there's a threat of war against Iran. But the vile hypocritical Iranian-American supporters of the Islamic Republic of Hell will always deny this. It's a waste of time to even respond to such moral lepers.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
If we follow your line of reasoning then we must also separate John Bolton and Mike Pompeo from Trump. Hadn't Zarif been in line with Khamenei he wouldn't have survived.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Who Let The Dogs Out?
They saw an article about a man who is pushing back against Trump's war machine, Mr. Zarif that is, and lost control.
The rabid islamophobe,
The forever troll who doesn't read or write Persian
The leftist who is dreaming of regime change by a miracle or may be Trump.
And as for the rest, they are non-responsive, busy copying and pasting.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Well said. It seems they have conveniently forgotten the key role of the Islamists in the 1953 coup, and how the Mullahs have always been British lackeys.

Whether conservatives or "reformists", the Islamists and their dogs in the diaspora have always been and will always be the enemies of the Iranian nation. The fact that the "reformists" have now started to flirt with the ghost of Dr. Mossadegh is an obvious desperate attempt to salvage the fragments of their shattered credibility and prevent the inevitable fall of the Islamic Republic of Hell. But nobody is fooled by this. Dr. Mossadegh and his Nationalist movement were the antithesis of everything the Islamists stand up for and represent, which is 7th century Islamo-Arabian colonialism with all of its despicable principles, fake ideals, false morality, and demonic anti-Iranian culture.
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Mostofi Mostofi (@Mostofi) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Russia primary interest was in keeping their naval facility in Tartus intact. They also did not want to lose the Russian friendly Assad regime as an arms client. These two objectives have been overwhelmingly achieved.

Meanwhile Iran's primary goal was to keep the Syrian routes to Lebanon's Hezbollah open and flowing with arms. With Assad steadily reclaiming rule over much of the land that was lost, Iran's mission has been largely accomplished.

America abdicated its role in Syria when Obama decided to sit on the sidelines and let the Russians move in. Obama's thinking back then was that this would become another Afghanistan and an endless war that can't be won. He was wrong. As for Trump, he made a campaign promise to get out of Syria. He is eager to fully disengage and get out of the country but his generals and Netanyahu are pushing him to stay.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
The mullahs partnered with the British in 1953 and again in 1979, but now their time has come and they don't know what to do about it.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
1. Zarif was not even born when Mosadegh was overthrown.
2. The reforms happen gradually and not overnight. Zarif is a reformist and is serving as the foreign minister in a reformist/centerist government in Iran.
3. So let's not confuse Khamenie and Zarif. Let's not confuse Khamenie and Rouhani because:
4. Misinformation on social media including Facebook and Twitter, among others, helped Trump and Putin to be in the White House.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Until very recently they didn't even want to hear Mossadegh's name being mentioned. Just a bunch of hypocrites
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
I laugh when I see mullah cronies lament the fall of Mossadegh, when they are preventing another Mossadegh from ever rising again. Which side were they on in that struggle? Lies, lies, lies.

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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Among the winners in the tragic War in Syria are the people in the Middle East.
How so?
They are less likely to be fooled by the Western Powers propaganda for regime change. Not to be food by their talk about freedom, human rights and democracy while their bombs are being dropped on Yemeni, Palestinian children.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Comparing fresh U.S. sanctions on Tehran imposed by President Donald Trump with the 1953 coup that ousted nationalist Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh, Zarif said Tehran will not let history repeat itself.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Yeah, it was an act of war, along with many other Anglo-American moves against Iran, which continue to this day. But that's what imperial powers do - they wage war. Iran has done it, too.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to Hamid (@Hamid) on Pinned comment
Benefits and gains for Assad? His entire country lies in ruins. Clearly, America won on that front. The only thing they failed to do was get rid of Assad.
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Hamid Hamid (@Hamid) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Your comment is silly. To the winner goes the spoils. The benefits and gains for Assad, Iran, Russia and to a lesser extent Turkey will become more obvious in the years to come.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
"ever since the people of Iran dared to show the AngloZionists to the door"

Oh, is that what happened? Wow... and here I was thinking it was the AngloZionists themselves who showed the Shah the door. Wake up and smell the BS...

"succeed in creating their own, national and Islamic democracy"

What a joke
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
"And what the potential loss of over 20% of the world’s oil supply would mean is terrifying; the implosion, with unforeseen consequences, of the quadrillion derivatives pyramid, and consequentially of the entire Western financial casino superstructure."

That is an exaggeration. Firstly, it would not be the "loss" of the oil supply. It would be a disruption, not a loss. Remember, knocking out oilfields does not destroy the oil under the ground, so it's a highly disruptive but temporary problem. If GCC oilfields were hit, those oil exporters remaining in action would enjoy the higher oil prices until the damaged infrastructure was brought back on line. Also, it would not stop the US from destroying Iran. In fact, it might result in a more disastrous military campaign against Iran. Certainly, any US military planners who had forgotten about the scenario, which is unlikely since they war-gamed it, would now include it in their contingency planning.

"There is no question that this alters the balance of power."

Really? Yeah, you're right - there is no question. The result for Iran would be the same.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
The winner in Syria was America. It destroyed another whole country with minimal losses on its own side. We know what America wants - Assad gone.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
If they want to tear Iran apart, it would make sense. Whether they are actually doing it at the moment is another matter, but there are indications options are being explored.

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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
What makes a better deal depends who you ask. For the US, a better deal surely means Iran submitting to some or all of Pompeo's 12 demands, which would be a very bitter pill for the mullahs to swallow, so we'll see.

"as the economy falters and pressure rises in Iran, the regime will, in time, look for a way out and be willing to talk."

All I can say to that is that if they wait to long to talk, their time will run out. If conditions continue to worsen, eventually something will blow up and the mullahs will get swept away, but the trouble is, the whole country could get swept away with them.
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