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PersianReporter PersianReporter (@PersianReporter) on Pinned comment
I know it's for public consumption and that his supporters have a pretty low IQ, but ALL CAPS?!?!?!? SERIOUSLY?!? Such style, grace and form.

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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) replied to Mostofi (@Mostofi) on Pinned comment
The treachery of the Pahlavis and their cult aside, part of the blame for this state of affairs is the complicity of the general population itself. After almost four decades of inaction, miscalculations, poor judgement, and failed investments in the "reformists", we have now arrived at a point where there's no safe way out of the crisis. Iran is now getting globally cornered and as a result more people are starting to rally behind the regime out of concern for national security. Now you are either with the IR/Iran or with America & Co. There's no room for a middle ground. This was all too predictable, and is possibly the intended outcome by the powers that be.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
An excellent analysis of the current situation, policies that led to it and the frightening road ahead
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PersianReporter PersianReporter (@PersianReporter) replied to Mostofi (@Mostofi) on Pinned comment
Have some sympathy for His Majesty. After all...
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Mostofi Mostofi (@Mostofi) on Pinned comment
It's easy for Reza Pahlavi to flippantly dismiss the possible "Syriazation" of Iran when he does not live in the country and does not have to pay the ultimate price of regime change --- possible loss of life and the rapid deterioration of living conditions that Iranians will have to endure for decades (much worse than today's economic woes). It's also no secret that Iran hawks seek the Balkanization of Iran.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Iran' borders under constant military attack by terrorist. This one was reported today:

"At least 10 Iranian border guards have been killed in an overnight attack by unidentified gunmen near the border with Iraq, according to media in Iran.
The incident took place near the town of Marivan, in a Kurdish area of Iran some 620km west of the capital, Tehran, according to the semi-official Fars news agency."

www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/07/10-iranian-revolutionary-guards-killed-border-attack-180721160305624.html
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
It's by now obvious that the Iranian nation is under its enemies' attack, economically, politically, culturally and militarily. In fact Iranians have been under attack by the Saudis millions of dollars given to terrorist groups such as the MEK, the Arab terrorists and Iraqi Kurds. Only the fools and Israel lobby trolls expect a military coup in Iran.
شتر در خواب بیند پنبه دانه - گهی لوف لوف خورد گه دانه دانه
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
He should first admit his father's crimes against Iranians and more importantly his role in the coup against Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh. His notorious SAVAK wasn't any better than the Mullahs' repressive intelligence apparatus. Reza Pahlavi should also admit how his father’s megalomania and despotism led to the mullahs’ diabolical regime.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Beside revolution or foreign invasion, a military coup is the only way to bring down the IR and avert disaster. Something like the July 20 Plot in Nazi Germany is imaginable, but I'm afraid the army might be too Islamized and politically integrated into the regime to manage to do something like that. Stauffenberg wanted to save Germany from destruction before it was too late. Let's hope there's some high ranking elements in the Artesh who have similar concerns for Iran.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Can anyone smell a military coup on the horizon as unrest associated with the worsening economic conditions grows? For the sake of the country, I hope that smell will soon overcome the stench of the mullahs, because if it doesn't, the US will take matters directly into its own hands.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Who says America is not the land of opportunity anymore? Where the terrorists of yesterday have been baptized as true friends of 'democracy'.
"the group is believed to be funded, in the millions of dollars, by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In Washington, D.C., as in Paris, France, the MEK pays tens of thousands of dollars in speaking fees to US officials. Bolton, in particular, is a long-time paid supporter of the MEK, reportedly receiving as much as $180,000 for his appearances at the group’s events."
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Why boost the tank fleet now? I thought America/allies were already NEVER going to attack Iran, because, because, they just can't... if they were going to, they already would have... they are trying to avoid provocation, scared of the consequences... blah blah blah

To the east, Pakistan and Afghanistan are not a real threat to the Iranian military, to the west, Saddam is gone... so what is it? Maybe someone is scared after all.
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MohammadAla Mohammad Ala (@MohammadAla) on Pinned comment
First of all, the words: immigrants and refugees must NOT be mixed.

USA/UK/Israel/Russia attack countries which they do not agree with their policies by any means they can. The whole purpose is to control oil/gas/water choking native people.

When ”white phosphors bombs” are dropped which burn skins and bodies, what are native people supposed to do? When someone’s house is taking away, where should these people go? Some of these people have chosen not dying so they immigrate.

Most Western countries people have limited knowledge, this is an example:
When I mentioned how I thought it was terrible how Manning was being treated for exposing the American war atrocities in Iraq… and an American answered: " which Manning? The one for the Giants or the Bronco’s?
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
The mullahs essentially run a one party communist terrorist regime, and have a habit of massacring most organized resistance, like every other one party terrorist regime has done in the past. But now, one of the groups that slipped through the net might be coming back with a vengeance. They are a pack of bizarre, murderous, terrorist bastards, but so are the mullahs.

The MEK's possible phoenix act is just another indication that the status quo in Iran cannot be allowed to continue - that inaction, pretending that everything is fine and passively hoping for the best, is not going to work. Had Iran reformed itself, there might not have been any room for the MEK to make a comeback. As it stands, Iran has not reformed, and the West is now going to use the MEK as a tool to destabilise the country - one tool out of many in a large arsenal.

While the article mentions the fact that the MEK was in fact delisted as a terrorist entity not by Trump but by Hillary under Obama, the headline still makes it seem that the backing of the group is all down to Trump. I find that very hard to believe. To me it seems the use of the MEK against the mullahs and to destabilize Iran has been in the pipeline for a long time. Also, even more interesting, is the fact that the UK delisted the MEK about 3 years before the US, in 2009 if I recall correctly.










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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
A little bit too fast but right on the points.
'you go sister!'
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
For Iranians who live here in the US this new American government headed by Trump has been a disater from the beginning. Starting with the cancellation of the Iran's nuclear deal, igniting anti immigrants hyteria and following up with the Iran Travel Ban.
As for the possibilty of a war between the two "neither side has matched its bellicose rhetoric with any significant military action against the other. The very few military confrontations are the exceptions that prove the rule: Each side seems determined, for its own reasons, to avoid provoking the other."
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AmirJaan Amir (@AmirJaan) on Pinned comment
I'm no expert on rugs of any kind but yes this does indeed look to be a Persian rug!!!! Too funny!! 🇮🇷 😂
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
Or whatever was left of the brain...
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
American politicians don't need to be incited by warmongers, thirst for war runs in their blood.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
“America is the No. 1 enemy of our nation,” Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said in November. “Any retreat by Iran will make America more blatant and impudent,” he said. “Resistance is the only option.”

Facepalm... YOU caused this. You and your childish anti American policies have got Iran into more trouble than you will ever know.

'“Understanding where we were with the JCPOA, no one in the Obama administration wanted a military conflagration with Iran,” said the Obama National Security Council official.'

The Obama Adminstration was weak on Iran but it was certainly not a peaceful government - it seems it just had other priorities, like destroying Libya, the Ukraine and Syria. You cannot possibly argue that they were a peaceful bunch. They were imperialist a-holes like every other government. Both Hillary and Trump were known Iran hawks before 2016, so everyone should have foreseen the turning of tables against Iran down the track.

Obama could destroy multiple countries and come out smelling of roses. I mean, how naive can the people possibly be? They think he was a good guy compared to Trump. It's a great example of how dumb people are.


There has been no tiptoeing "past" armageddon. We just haven't got there yet.

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