Ramin Jahanbegloo

Lecture on first anniversary of Green Movement

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Velvet Revolution

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


if they prevent that then there will be a more traumatic one. It is too bad. Velvet means no one hurt. More violent one means plenty of people hurt. But of course that is what IRI wants.


Why is he wearing a bullet-proof vest?

by ghalam-doon on

Is his life in danger? :)

This guy is a prof. of philosophy at Univ. of Toronto in Canada. Apparently this is part of a lecture series. As you might know, he was imprisoned while in Iran and "confessed" he was in contact with some US elements to stage a "velvet revolution" in Iran. They let him leave the country since unlike Hussein Derakhshan, he had friends in high places including the current leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.


common sense?

by spatima on

is it me or this guy is just stating what is obvious to everyone?





In hope of a Free, Independent and Secular Iran

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Why is he so surprised?

by Farah Rusta on

Did I miss something? He says it is very interesting (in a sarcastic way) that while this regime has no politcal and moral legitemacy, it is at the same time resorting to extreme violence!!

Where is the element of surpise or "being interesting" when such a regime uses extensive violence against the people  ?  Isn't this an obvious feature of  such regimes? 

I was expecting a deeper and a more mature argument from Jahanbeglou.