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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
How to handle Islamophobic trolls with rabies:
Islamophobia rabies virus is a condition that forms in the troll's brain and its central nervous system (CNS). The primary way the rabies virus is transmitted to the infected troll is through a bite from a disease carrier such as racist propaganda, despair and ignorance. There's one below:
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
"a greater number of Arabs believe that Israel and the US present a far greater threat to Arab security than Iran. According to the Arab index, Iran ranks first among the most threating countries to Arab security only in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. For the rest of the Arab world, it lags far behind Israel and the US. In addition, a great number of Arabs believe that the most pressing problem for them is the lack of good governance and the absence of sound public policies to tackle poverty, unemployment, and social inequality."
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) on Pinned comment
In their infinite stupidity, Iranian-American parasites of the Mullah regime and their Syrian partners in Doha fail to understand that America would never even think about going for a Marshall Plan in the Islamic Republic of Hell, certainly not while the Mullahs are still trampling the US flag, cursing the US, and undermining the interests of the US and its allies. Moreover, the original Marshall Plan was intended to help confront the Communist menace. What threat is there for the US in the Middle East right now that justifies a Marshall Plan for Iran? None whatsoever, other than the terrorist Mullahs and their terrorist proxies of course. Needless to say, this obvious fact does not fit the small malfunctioned brains of the pro-Mullah elements in Doha and America.

It seems like robbing the Iranian nation is not satisfying the insatiable greed of the criminal Mullahs and their Islamo-Arabian gang. Now they want to rob America of her money while calling the theft a Marshall Plan!

Borrow money and aid from foreigners to cover up the rotten structure of the system. This is Qajar Iran all over again. Not going to happen. What's going to happen for sure is the final demise of the abominable Mullah regime.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) on Pinned comment
Mr. Zarif and the supporters of his regime should shut their mouths. Nobody is going to unite with the towelheads against the US. Nobody has the incentive to do so, and nobody is stupid enough to even consider it in their interests or even possible.

Before talking about "addiction" in other countries, Mr. Zarif should take a good look at his own Islamic Republic of Hell. A dystopian opium-infested country ruled by a Muslim gang of criminals addicted to murdering, raping, betraying, oppressing, and stealing from the Iranian people.

Physician, heal thyself.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) on Pinned comment
If the Mullahs are so scared of America's power then what's with the whole "Axis of Resistance" and the "marg bar Amrika" thing? Are they talking the talk but not walking the walk? If yes, then why keep pushing the country with their stupid policies more and more towards war when they don't even have the courage or the ability to fight it? What's at work here? Is it imbecility or dishonesty? Perhaps even a combination of both?

Regardless, the Mullahs are going to be removed from power one way or another. Either revolution will bring them down or the US military will wipe the floor with them and their supporters before dumping them all in the trash where they belong. Anyone who thinks the Mullahs are going to be allowed to enter the international community is a hapless fool.
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ashianeh ashianeh (@ashianeh) replied to iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
My heart aches for all these innocent children and their families. Will this madness ever end? Will those responsible for this massacre ever pay for their crimes? There is no other name for this madness but terrorism in true sense of word.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
The first troll finished his shift and now the second troll has been activated for the mission, Psychological warfare against any constructive debate or approach towards the issues facing Iranian Americans and Iranians in general. This one is a nasty one with evil thoughts, evil words and evil deeds.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) on Pinned comment
We often hear that the IR is spreading "Iranian soft power" in the region. Well here's your "Iranian soft power" you imbeciles. They really thought they could exercise Iranian Shia "soft power" in a region whose majority is Arab and Sunni? The incompetent idiots actually did, and here's the wake up call in the form of an Iraqi slap on the face. If this is a "game of chess" as the mouthpieces of the Mullah regime here and elsewhere are saying, then the Mullahs are getting beaten on the chessboard pretty badly. Is it a surprise? Not really. The Mullahs are only good at being backward misogynistic pedophiles and thieves, but never at playing chess.

I just laugh at what that IR official said about Iraqi reparations for the Iran-Iraq War. What a bunch of manless eunuchs he and his fellow Islamists are.
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PersianReporter PersianReporter (@PersianReporter) on Pinned comment
Ain't that the truth! "The Americans have assembled a war room against Iran… We can't get drawn into a confrontation with America by falling into this war room trap and playing on a battlefield,"

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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) on Pinned comment
I'm surprised people are still mentioning the names of those charlatans now in 2018.

The Green Movement and its leaders are no longer relevant in Iran. The are no longer a concern for the Iranian people. It's because the people have completely lost their misplaced faith in the so-called reformists due to all the failures and false promises. Iranians have now moved on, and they have other concerns. The people want a serious fundamental change, and they know the "reformists" are not going to help them bring that, because they know the "reformists" including the Green Movement have always been and will always be part of the Islamic regime. They never wanted any real change to begin with. In fact, the entire crisis in 2009 was nothing more than an internal dispute between the children of the Islamic Revolution. All of this is abundantly clear. But to many people, including myself, this is not a surprise. We have always realized what the true nature of that faction is.

Let them rot in their houses. This time it's the Iranian people who are going to fight, and this time the fight is going to be for Iran and for real change, not for some Islamist charlatan scum trying to re-invent himself and ride the waves of popular dissent.

Islamists, your days are numbered. You are destined to the garbage of history along with your Iranian-American lobbyists and cyber-activists.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Yemenis dig graves for children who where killed when their bus was hit during a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that targeted the Dahyan market the previous day in the Houthi rebel stronghold province of Saada, Aug. 10, 2018

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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
The troll is back, on a Mission, spamming all over the comment section.
What's the mission?
Psychological warfare.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
I hardly think either are laughing at Trump. Despite the cost to America of Trump's policies, those policies are not cost-free to Iran (major suffering) or China (suffering much less but still facing problems). Even some Chinese companies, probably those with exposure to the US/USD are pulling out of Iran.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
"absent a change of heart in Washington, we will continue to sail toward unchartered waters in the four decades old stand-off between America and Iran."

Oh no, these waters are charted. They were charted in the lead up to the destruction of Iraq. We are being given some hope, and indeed want to believe, that a diplomatic solution to this crisis is possible. I have my doubts that it is, for the simple reason that neither side seems likely to back away from further escalation.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
The US is very unlikely to lifts sanctions to get the talks. Even Obama didn't do that to get the JCPOA - he increased sanctions to make Iran come to the table. That leaves one option for the mullahs IF they want talks: swallow their out of control pride and accept Trump's offer. Pride being the big problem it is for Iran and every middle eastern state, there are no signs of it happening yet. The talks are not promising of anything good, but surely must be worth a try for anyone trying to avert further escalation with America.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Essentially the mullahs want Iran to be treated as an equal to the other world powers, which is never going to happen, because it is a matter of power, and Iran is too weak to make it happen. They also want all the benefits of being an accepted member of the world community while also playing by their own rules, which is also not going to happen. There are some tough lessons to be learnt here. After 39 years, they still can't accept the reality of how the world works.
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Cyrus___ Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
There's hope, and then there are probabilities. Who will last longer - Trump or the mullahs? Right now it looks like an even bet to me.
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Call the State Department ASAP at 202-647-6575 and press 8 for the comment line. Say something like: "I want the State Department to condemn the Saudis for bombing Yemeni children and I want the US to stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
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Ash_ Ash (@Ash_) replied to ashianeh (@ashianeh) on Pinned comment
It's wiser to invest all your hopes only in the people of Iran. The cow-herders don't deserve any of it. They are irredeemably stupid, hostile, and ignorant. They are also still sore because of the Hostage Crisis and waiting 5 hours in gas stations during the 1979 Energy Crisis, not to mention the Beirut Bombing and this:
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
Senator Bernie Sanders Reaction Today. Telling it like it is:

"By backing the Saudi coalition’s war in Yemen with weapons, aerial refueling, and targeting assistance, the United States is complicit is this atrocity. No one can seriously claim that our support for this war is actually making us safer. In fact, the opposite is true. Not only is this war fomenting hatred against the U.S. but, as we learned from recent reports, the Saudi coalition has been cutting deals with Al Qaeda in Yemen, one of the terrorist group’s most dangerous branches, which has the stated goal of attacking the United States. It’s time to end our support for this war and focus our efforts on a UN-brokered cease-fire and a diplomatic resolution."
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