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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
I enjoyed reading this, and I have to say I miss reading Mr. Khodabandeh's articles on Iranian.com (since the site shut down). His points are fundamentally correct. I keep asking myself, where will ISIS go once they are kicked out of Syria and Iraq? Will every single one of them get killed? They onl ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
Turki Al Faisal's speech and comments actually says a great deal. 1) Yes, Massoud died (and if Saudi Arabia is saying so, it means he was hiding in Saudi Arabia, since they are the ones that apparently knew), 2) It also means that the MEK/MKO/MONKEYS are financed by them ... 3) It also means these p ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
Brzezinski was the person who met secretly with Saddam's senior military officers in the summer of 1980 in Jordan - to not only encourage Iraq invasion of Iran, but also provide valuable military intelligence in support of the attack. And by doing that he not only has the blood of over 1 million peo ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
I was actually thinking that the Turkish coup was more like the Nojeh coup in iran - after Khomeini took power. Much like Khomeini, Erdogan's rise to power was engineered by the West and their allies. His party has enjoyed financing from Saudi Arabia and other states like Qatar. And he had several k ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) replied to ChamoshChamoshvnd (@ChamoshChamoshvnd) on Pinned comment
Thank you Chamosh for taking the time to comment. Great input.
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
Brzezinski was the person who met secretly with Saddam's senior military officers in the summer of 1980 in Jordan - to not only encourage Iraq invasion of Iran, but also provide valuable military intelligence in support of the attack. And by doing that he not only has the blood of over 1 million peo ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) on Pinned comment
There is a major point that is completely lost in your blog. Its fundamental. Do people manage systems or do systems manage people? If a system is properly established then all people have to follow it. Usually companies, societies, nations etc. die because of systemic failures. People are all greed ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) replied to Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
Parsa-jan: One brief comment to your reply. Systems are NOT set up by people, (ordinary citizens) but by leadership (political elite). Always. People participating in the systems (ordinary citizens) almost always follow through and function within the system. And, illusion or not, its a simple fac ... Read more
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ayatoilet ayatoilet (@ayatoilet) replied to Dakho (@Dakho) on Pinned comment
Dakho jan: I respectfully disagree with you. People have been saying what you are saying for over 40 years. (1) Good, bad or indifferent, the Mullahs have stayed in power longer than many of their Iranian and regional rivals: The Shah, Saddam Hussein, Taliban etc. (2) Poverty etc. is a function of I ... Read more
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