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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Hezbollahi thugs (including Stanford residing Fatmeh Komandos) and Monarchist thugs are two sides of the same coin.
What happened to shah in 1979 will inevitably also happen to mullahs as well, and there's not a damn thing anyone (including Fatmeh Komandos) could do about it.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
Are you admitting to overthrowing the monarchy in 1979? That means you are to blame for Iran's present state, something which you seem to detest. What an awful mix of conflict must be circulating in your head. Time to accept the blame for what YOU did.

YOU will do no such thing as overthrow this theocracy, which is actually just another form of communist regime. YOU will sit here and attack the truth because it hurts you to know that YOU are at fault for what has played out over the past 38 years.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Problem with Hezbollahi thugs and monarchists thugs is the same. Their proximity to power and lust for violence blinds them of all rationality and reason.
Your "external influence" could kiss Iranian people's behind and that's about all it can do.
We overthrow monarchy in 1979.
We'll overthrow this theocracy as well, fully aware of our past experience.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
A tiny fraction of the population is willing to resist the regime. The remaining overwhelming majority is doing less than nothing. By choosing to particupate in the mullahs' system, most Iranians are legiotimising the regime and securing its position. Under such circumstances the Iranian people are not even close to pre-revolutionary in any meaningful sense and change can only come from outside, but not to worry. That external influemce might be just around the corner.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Fact of the matter is that you were a diehard AN supporter, and you still have that toxic mullah loving disease. If you weren't so blind to all the daily protests going on throughout Iran (workers, national minorities, people whose monies been stolen, students, women,..) you could have discern our everyday, daily reality, but that toxic love of mullahs is an obstacles.
Not only your vision of reality is polluted, your language is also contaminated with all kinds of nonsense. We don't aim for a 'regime change' we aim for a bottom-up social change and a democratic reordering of our society.
But such democratic procedures are light years away beyond the ken of Fatmeh Komando types.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
The fact is that the Iranian people are not getting rid of the mullahs. Not even close. In fact, the majority of Iranians choose through their actions and sometimes even their words to legitimize the regime. For that reason it is obvious that regime change can only come from outside.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
No maybe, ifs or buts.
These creepy mullahs occupying Iran for the past 38 years are an anathema to everything Iranian. This religious caste practically qualifies as an alien race, polluting and destroying our culture, politics, environment,...
None of the monies derived from these concessions will find its way to Iranian people, and Iranian people are not only "Persians" (despite what some national-chauvinistic Hezbollahis might 'think' so).
Sooner Iranian people get rid of mullahs and their lackeys (including Stanford residing ones, hiding behind 'nationalist' names) through our self-organization and our own resources, sooner we'll have a chance for peace and progress in Iran and the whole region.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
Maybe the concessions are worse than those signed a century ago, but there's a difference. A century ago there were how many concessions, how much revenue and where was it going? Who controlled Persian oil reserves? Not the Persians. Compare that to now, and the picture while sharing some similarities is rather different overall. The flow of billions in oil revenue to the mullahs to enrich themselves while defrauding the people is fine by the western powers, but not the leftovers directed to the military and other so-called malign activities. Yeah, the chaos and mayhem can be manipulated to suit the agenda of the the US and allies, but surely the job of Western powers would be easier without Iranian meddling. With mercenaries like ISIS the West doesn't need Iranian meddling to create excuses to intervene.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Fatmeh komandos need to wake up, smell the coffee and read the text of the Oil deals mullahs have done with Western Oil companies. By all indications these deals are worse than Ghajar concessions with Russians and Brits.
Outside of our borders mullahs are busy spreading the cancer of religious sectarianism and 'enhancing' the destabilization of the whole region.
What better gift could western powers ask for than further chaos and mayhem in our region.
BTW, AN is about to join the leaders of Greens in permanent house arrest. Congrats!
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
Domestically, sure the mullahs have been a gift, allowing the country to regress back towards the dark ages - except that they don't allow Western imperial control of Iranian oil and gas reserves, which is definitely a problem. Outside Iran's borders, the mullahs have certainly not been a gift, except in the sense that they are giving America more reason to take them out, and possibly destroy the rest of Iran with it.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Kayhan propaganda transmission belt hard at work.
Mullahs are the best gift US and allies have had since 1979.
Let's recall how Islamic Republic of Hell politically and logistically supported and aided US invasions and occupations of both Afghanistan and Iraq.
At the current rate of nation-wide environmental destruction gripping Iran, in a few years there'll be not much a country left to talk about, strategically or tactically.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
The risk of war with North Korea might be growing, but that risk is still much lower than that of war with Iran, since Iran is of much greater strategic importance than NK.
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said Saïd Amin (@said) on Pinned comment
I love Robert Reich. A super interesting thinker, logical (rooted in data) and really seems to care.

As for the narrow, hyperbolic view that the 'Democratic party is just a big fundraising machine”, only fair to say the same about Republicans. It's the system. And it needs work. More folks are finally waking up to the realization that the country is less democratic today than it used to be. This has been a macro trend across decades, regardless of which party sits in the White House. It's easy to miss the forrest for the trees when gauging the state of democracy through the lens of just 4 or 8 years.

Silver lining is that in moments of crisis, like the one we're in, more people pay attention, mobilize, and maybe, just maybe, push through impactful reform to put a better system in place.
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john John Skorick (@john) on Pinned comment
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john John Skorick (@john) on Pinned comment
Couldn't have said it better myself:

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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
No horror could match the horror of Cinema Rex, not only it was incredibly horrible for all those hundreds of people burned to death in that movie theater, it was also horrendous in the way this mullahs' engineered crime set the stage for Islamic Republic of Hell. The worst part of it all is how after 39 years most Iranians still don't know the full story and all the details involved in Cinema Rex horror.
No wonder we're still stuck with arsonist mullahs.
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said Saïd Amin (@said) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
A false start, to be sure. It’s not written in her job description but as minority leader it’s her duty to protect the rank and file. Her initial response was just that. Anyway, the pressure was clearly too much for her not to flip. Regardless of the reason(s), glad she did.

Sadly, we Americans have such low standards for the character of our elected leaders. And these public officials, whom we trust to represent us, appear to have even lower standards for themselves and their colleagues.

Politicians should be expected to uphold the highest of standards when it comes to ethics, trust and basic decency — it’s disturbing to see how many of them fail to stand for what’s right.
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ChamoshChamoshvnd ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
She took her sweet time on this one!
If it was a Republican, of course it would have been calling for an immediate resignation.
Any wonder she has close to zero credibility at the moment.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) replied to pokemongirl (@pokemongirl) on Pinned comment
It's larger than that, it's not just muslims,. He is declaring himself as the leader of the world's Fascist Movement. This is what's going on in his hallucinations. Now the fascists of the world have a leader with big guns and a pocket full of money.
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pokemongirl pokemongirl (@pokemongirl) on Pinned comment
That’s a little funny
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