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About the future of their homeland


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Good Message: Hamrazmanam

by Darius Kadivar on

Fereydoun Farrokhzad -on- Iran Revolution :


Yade Iran bekheir Farrokhzad:




Fereydoun Farrokhzad - Marge Man - Safar Bekheyr :


Fereydoun Farrokhzad - Daro Va Nemikonam :



Honesty and Fairness Missing here

by AlexInFlorida on

I'm not sure if you saw Feb 11th on TV, but Regime showed it can suppress the people and bring out large numbers which share its backward and inhuman views.

I Respect your desire to see Freedom and Human Rights in Iran and feel it's an honest Request.

Wanting to see democracy in Iran after what we have seen is really not honest.  Democracy, according to Thomas Jefferson, cannot work if people are ignorant and I would also add living in denial.  Why because then there will be no Freedom.

In democracies the majority don't just assume power they take everyone down with them.  After 31 years to see so many come out, even after we know how much more poverty and hardship has increased, more backwardness and repression, loss of freedoms etc etc

Feb 11th shows we are one and a half Centuries away from the possibility of useful democracy. 

Useful democracy is one where there is freedom first, not like 95% of the worlds democracies e.g. the republic of haiti, india, south africa etc where there is little to no freedom.

So now we need to start being honest again and decide do we want to live based on religion (as it is today) or based on a national tradition of freedom, like cyrus the great and our Iranian Monarchy based culture.  From there we need to work towards what ever we wish that is honest.  Unlike the dishonest revolution of 1979 that many did not even learn from.



by yolanda on

My favorite part is that the guy said this is IRI's last stretch! We are almost there! Yeah!!!

Thank you for sharing!


Good comments, but

by Milan on

Wouldn't this clip be more effective if these folks spoke Persian, so everyone back home could understand them?