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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
این یارو که با اسم سیروس میاد اینجا نظر میده هنوز ناشیه. توی سایت قدیم ایرانیان کسایی بودن که از این خیلی استاد تر بودند.ماموریت ایشان این بود که بیان و همه رو در ارتباط با ایران دلسرد کنند که شما ایرانیان مقیم آمریکا هیچ کاری از از دستتان بر نمی آید. منتها این یارو خیلی ناشی است و دستش را زود رو کرد.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Two reasons why this won't protect Iran:
1. Take a look at Syria et al. There was no Congressional authorization... "it just happened".
2. HJ Res 10 - Congress can easily authorize action at a later date.
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JohnniBroccolini JohnniBroccolini (@JohnniBroccolini) on Pinned comment
OWNED!!
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
کار هر خر نیست خرمن کوفتن گاو نر می خواهد و مرد کهن. این مرتیکه احمق نه سواد داره نه تجربه داره و نه شعور. مشخص بود که این تبلیغات نتیجه نخواهد داد.
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abolhussein abolhussein (@abolhussein) on Pinned comment
It would be a better video if the speaker would say Iranian instead of the stupid Americanized version EYE-RANIAN,
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
What is behind the strategy, in a single word: war. Everyone knows that.
That doesn't mean a hot war has to happen, but it probably will, because it doesn't look like anyone in Iran or the West is seriously considering a change of course. The decision to go to war with Iran has probably already been made, so it wouldn't matter even if Iran complied - but for the sake of being turned into another Iraq, Iran should still test those waters.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Yeah. Keep that little charade going, Europe. We know you secretly support what the US is doing.
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PoorMan PoorMan (@PoorMan) on Pinned comment
Flint isn't the only city with lead in its water; there are dozens of cities & I found it wasteful that single serve bottles were/are distributed vs. gallon or larger sized containers were not used...also, why weren't any of the auto firms which were responsible for the destruction of the river & its pipes held responsible?
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Kendal Kendal Jennifer (@Kendal) on Pinned comment
Aww it made my day :3
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said Saïd Amin (@said) on Pinned comment
Shaun King nicely captures my thoughts on the NFL's decision. And oh, btw, the overwhelming majority of NFL owners are Republican. Robert Kraft (Patriots) who is a staunch Israel supporter and (conveniently) blind to Israel's human right abuses /apartheid policies has historically been a bit more Democratic leaning than his fellow NFL owners political contributions. Given that the Democratic party has moved left and will continue to so long as you have such an extreme right running the show, my expectation is that Kraft will keep moving towards conservatives. Many of the latest NF owner donation numbers seem to support that (goo.gl/BHWswK).

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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
This is like a slow motion replay of the lead-up to Iraq all over again. All we are missing now is a 9/11 style catalyst to kick off the war.

"The UK, France and Germany should pledge not to seek negotiations on Iran's ballistic missile programme and regional activities, both demanded by Washington "

That's not going to fly. The Europeans have already indicated that they are open to negotiations on ballistic missiles, and they have never supported Iran's "regional activities". Noone supports those activities except the mullahs.

"The supreme leader said that if the three counties were unable to meet these demands, Iran would resume its enrichment of uranium"

Sad facepalm... You can't just keep "waving a finger" at the world powers and expect to get away with it.

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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
This is indeed a good news because every movement and every achievement starts with the first step.
Staying sane is the greatest accomplishment when Living under present conditions as an Iranian. Where 'up is down, War is peace,
Freedom is slavery and Ignorance is strength'.
Staying sane in order to take that very first step.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
"It should be clear to everyone who is familiar with the Middle East that a war against Iran will not be like Iraq, it will be much worse."

True, but do you think they give a damn? They are going to do it anyway, unless we put the brakes on the process, which we are not doing. We haven't given them any reason not to come after us.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
I don't think America is bluffing here, and I don't think the mullahs and their cronies truly believe that either.

The most powerful nation in world history, which has spent the last 20 years crushing country after country, has just issued a list of demands and threats, and you dismiss it as nonsense? Was it nonsense when America "walked" through Iraq in 2 weeks? And what about the other countries now "wiped off the map"? Was that just bluff? Are we dreaming that it happened?
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
People have some strange ideas about Russia's position vis-a-vis Israel, Iran etc. Russia never had any intention of going to war with Israel. Russia and Israel have differing views and interests regarding Syria, but that does not make them enemies.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Don't let this give you a false sense of security. Congress also has HJ Res 10 waiting, which is a resolution for military action against Iran, and when that resolution is passed, war WILL be authorized.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
"...Iranians have been living in their neighborhood for the last 3,500 years as a nation and they will outlast Trump and his cheerleaders."

That will give me no comfort when the bombs start raining down.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
I guess the 12 demands weren't enough, so they had to throw this (probably) spurious charge in for good measure, to firmly position Iran as the evil enemy. Most average folk hardly watch the news anyway, and if they do, ithey only read the headlines.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
"Tehran may decide to swallow its pride and agree to reopen negotiations to give Trump the supposedly better deal he has demanded rather than endure heightened sanctions."

There's that word again - pride. Given it is a major sin under Islam and other religions, it would be helpful if the mullahs could set an example. Or, they could submit to their egos again and keep digging their hole, a mass grave for the whole of Iran.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
It's very interesting to see this coming from the Brookings Institution given their history. It was Brookings who published Which Path to Persia? in 2009, which was essentially a plan of how to get to war with Iran, including the use of a nuclear deal. Perhaps they are upset that Trump has taken a slightly different (but still closely related) path to that which they advocated, Or maybe it's just a disinformation piece to keep the sheeple off the scent of their plans by adding more confusing rhetoric to the mix.
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