Ash
@Ash

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Jun 2, 2017

Programming student with a wide range of interests. An intellectually and politically independent observer who enjoys nothing more than swimming against the tide. A sharp critic who spares nothing and nobody, not even himself!

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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
Shame on the "moderators" with their selective "moderation". That's all I can say now.
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This is what I call a real Wonder Woman!
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
This is another reason why Marxists are really nothing more than the clean shaven version of the Hezbollahi. Both are tyrannical, thuggish, and corrupt to the marrow of their bones. Their political visions are strikingly similar. They both want to export their rotten ideologies throughout the world ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
It won't be a disaster for some reds hiding behind a picture of Dehkhoda, since their agenda aligns perfectly well with that of the State Department and its terrorist proxies.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
All Marxists are pretty much done, not just MEK. Pathetic failures who have not accomplished anything other than being fifth-column traitors and terrorists. For more than 70 years they have been consumed by fantasies of establishing an atheistic tyranny of the proletariat modeled after Stalin's regi ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
We know that Khashayarsha I was not homosexual. He was married and had offspring. So when some foreigners make a film depicting the Spartans as super masculine good men and the Persian king as a bizarre-looking effeminate gay tyrant, you know that it's an obvious attempt at distorting history for ma ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
MEK are power-hungry criminal mercenaries and traitors who are as bad as the mullahs. MEK might be Islamists, but other Marxists are ardent atheists who would put a bullet in the back of your neck (NKVD style) for refusing to renounce your belief in god. Case in point on this website is a duplicitou ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
The degenerate multi-accounting partners of MEK (who don't even have the balls to admit using multiple pseudonyms) demonstrate once again their illegitimacy and non-existent integrity. Who else other than illiterate red losers would attribute the fall of ancient Iranian dynasties to the Zoroastrian ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
All Persians are Iranians, but not all Iranians are Persians. The Iranian ethnic tree has several branches (Persians, Kurds, Baluchis, Medes, Parthians etc). And we Iranians have called our land Iran (or variants of it) since time immemorial. That's why I called the Achaemenid armies Iranian rather ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
When looking at the history of Iran it becomes clear that it's one long sad story of loss. We have lost almost everything, even our gods. Iran is a nation fallen from grace. So naturally, Iranian art, literature, and music have become expressions of this reality, and this regretful mentality has a s ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
If Iranian-Americans are indeed a community, then they need to start acting as one entity with one voice, forgetting all the ethnic, religious, sectarian, class, and political differences they have brought with them from Iran. Only through determined solidarity and organization can effective consens ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
It is amusing how multi-accounting degenerate losers from the Iranian left-wing are trying to salvage the fragments of their shattered credibility by pretending to be genuine voices of dissent and creating the illusion that they are on the side of neither the Islamic regime nor the Trans-Atlantic Em ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Absolutely. Like Hezbollahis, these cretins have their own Ayatollahs whom they emulate. Moscow used to be their Qom, but now it's Washington.

These are their Kurdish co-religionists:

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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
It's expected that multi-headed agents of the Trans-Atlantic Empire posing as legitimate dissenters on the internet are also ardent boot-lickers of Bernie Clinton-Sanders. It's only natural that the cyber servants of the State Department support the domestic and foreign agendas of Washington and Wal ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
Is it really surprising that a guy who signed his name in letter to the United Nations complaining that the UN is "too harsh" on Israel is lacking in integrity?

Only imbeciles and political charlatans are still backing Sanders, like those multi-accounting internet trolls masquerading as legitimate ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
Quite interesting, especially since we have some truly dedicated troll on this website who uses 7 different accounts at the same time in order to Top his own content, overwhelm the website with his political agenda, cyberbully and "outnumber" anyone who disagrees with him, and create the illusion th ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
A very refreshing voice of reason and sobriety from America. Her colonial argument against Arab/Turkic separatist sentiments in Iran is one of the sharpest attacks on anti-Iranian ethnocentrism I have seen.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Aboly (@Aboly) on Pinned comment
The red worm has now grown a seventh head. Will the multi-headed vermin planted by the neo-liberal capitalist empire ever get crushed underfoot by the moderators? Only time will tell.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Zendanian (@Zendanian) on Pinned comment
Courage and moral resources are certainly beyond the comprehension and grasp of six-headed red worms.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Behrouz Bahmani (@tehranosaurusrex) on Pinned comment
I would like to say we shouldn't lose hope, but I prefer not to be a hypocrite. The more I think about Iran, the closer I come to despair. I have a very strong suspicion that Iran is finished, that it's a lost cause and the people are pretty much done. The idea that Iran has reached the end of its h ... Read more
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