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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Kargar (@Kargar) on Pinned comment
Former Soviet lapdogs lacking in moral and mental hygiene trying to "reform" themselves as champions of human rights and "friends of more than 80,000,000 Iranians" are not fooling anybody but themselves. They ought to shut up as they are not qualified to talk about the nation and its quest for justi ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Kargar (@Kargar) on Pinned comment
The deep similarities between Hezbollahis and Communists are too numerous to list.

To mention a few:

1- Both have an deep hatred of Jews and Israel in particular.
2- Both possess an incredible amount of hate of Iranian culture and nationhood.
3- Both display transnational loyalties and more love f ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Kargar (@Kargar) on Pinned comment
It appears the empty worn-out accusations of being a cyber-Basij is the only stupid little trick you've got in your Commie shill playbook. What to expect from a treacherous Commie who comes to the discussion table armed with nothing but a rotten bankrupt ideology and a 3-page dictionary along with a ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Kargar (@Kargar) on Pinned comment
"...No, that a scientific prognosis for a total loser, who is obesely fat, smells incredibly foul and has no life but to sit behind the keyboard 24/7 squandering time away on Hezbollah fascist/ racist dementia...."

Quite a rich statement, coming from a faker running at least seven fake accounts non ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Kargar (@Kargar) on Pinned comment
"Defective Communist brain does not respond. Repeat last comment."
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Hezbollahis and Communists having at each other is like sibling rivalry. Maybe we should lock them up in a zoo and let them settle their superficial differences. Only then would the nation be rid of their cancerous existence.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Dakho (@Dakho) on Pinned comment
“...(including but not limited to Navab's miserably obnoxious disciples hiding behind Kasravi's picture)...”

It didn’t take long for the snake to spit its venom.
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Ash Ash (@Ash) replied to Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
The Normans were very much less foreign to Anglo-Saxon England than the Arabs and Turks were to Iran, and their conquest was definately less bloody. Besides, the Normans enriched England, unlike the aforementioned barbarians.

I do believe that Arabic words in the Shahnameh make it slightly less be ... Read more
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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
The aforementioned comparisons to the vocabulary and literature of other languages are questionable. Regarding English in particular, yes it is filled with words of non-English origin, but we should not forget that these words come from sister languages closely related to English itself (French, Ger ... Read more
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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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Ash Ash (@Ash) on Pinned comment
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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