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Tuesday, May 11, 2010:


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Police: Pssssst Guys, You Missed 1 Window :))

by HHH on

Don't you love it when the police just sprays them with pepper-spray while they vandalize cars? no arrests no beating, no stopping


I bet they love to join the demonstrators but they try to save face.


Violence in this case is very very much the answer

by Iraniandudee3 on

Again, Sadly these islamists will only be removed by force, cause the the only language they understand is violence, simple as that.


my response to niloufar was removed....

by fooladi on

Because I told her to talk of "poitical discourse" to the parents of five young Iranian kurds who were murdered in cold blood by islamic regime a couple of days ago. It makes me wonder who runs this web site.......



by bachenavvab on

my comments happened to follow yours but are not a response to you.


Earn the right first

by bachenavvab on

Freedom of speech is fine and dandy; right to opinion is great; but first, let's earn the right to criticize.  Let's get off our toosh, do something tangible and concrete for the movement, then express our critical opinions.  In the process, we may even develope some appreciation for those who act on their convictions, agree with them or not.The fact that they take time from their daily lives, face the police, risk their freedom and perhaps livelihoods and show their discontent with the regime.  You don't agree with their method and ideology, do something your way; but do something other than right them off for Pete sake.

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


Sue, you may be ashamed of being Iranian; I am NOT. Just because a bunch of jerks act like morons does not bring shame on Iranians. These are not representatives of Iranians. They are a splinter left wing group with little support but big mouths.

Shame on YOU for even saying that.

Iranians as a whole are not responsible for every group of 20-30 or 100-200 thugs who go around being assholes. How about millions of law abiding highly educated professional Iranians in the US? 

If you are ashamed of being Iranian then change your name. Oops you already did. Then what are you doing here anyway? I am proud of my heritage.


Sue Zahedi

Shame on them!

by Sue Zahedi on

One can only feel ashamed by these thugs and ashamed of being Iranian!

Vandalising makes no change to anything in Iran and upsets more this regime than some kind of peaceful demonstration.


very little

by rtayebi1 on

same shit


same kind of thugs?

by rtayebi1 on

So what is the difference between these thugs and IRI thugs?

Niloufar Parsi


by Niloufar Parsi on

this is one of the most comically misunderstood conversations ever! :)

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

My point

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


not sure if anyone was asking me but I will go anyway. My point is that Iranian Marxists seem to be particularly irrational; juvenile and violent. They show no respect for any one else including any other opposition. They lie and exaggerate their numbers. They claim to speak for the diaspora and the people in Iran. They speak for neither. They think by calling themselves "Democratic" that makes them so; it does not. They have not yet gone beyond the old Soviet style lies and propaganda. It is sick.

Regarding the execution of the Kurds. It was criminal of IRI I said it before and say it again. 



by on

what is point of this????? marxists or not this is not justified.


So what is your point?

by Ensan on

So you are saying that because they carry a red flag, their action is unjustified. Everybody has the right to stand up against this brutal so called Islamic Republic regime. Long live humanity, common sense and the Green movement. 



by masoudA on

I don't agree with the Vandalism and their protest tactics either.   I also don't like the red flags which can be taken as a sign that only leftists and communists are against IR.   But we must give them credit for being united, organized and for being doers - unlike us (on the middle and on the right) who for the most parts are just talkers and critics.    I wish we were like them - but with better plans.

Niloufar Parsi


by Niloufar Parsi on

oops! now you know i have poor eyesight!

yeah you are right. it's the communist workers party. criminal behaviour.

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


the red flags they are waving around.Watch 30 seconds and you'll see.


violent basijee vandlaizing properties

by vildemose on


Not that vandalizing of any kind is ever justifiable. But the forked tongues are too transparent on this site.


Niloufar Parsi


by Niloufar Parsi on

what makes them marxists? i didn't watch all the way through. is there an indication of their politics?

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan


by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


this is why I don't like Iranian Marxists. They are a bunch of immature jerks. Not interested in providing socual justice. Just a lot of useless noises.



by ghalam-doon on

I think the purpose of this so-called protest was to inflict as much damage on the Embassy property as possible and perhaps being arrested too. That's the reason they have not hidden their faces.

They make up for their numbers (which is less then 100) with hooliganism, vandalism and loud shouts!

We saw the same scenes repeated in London and Paris. These are acts of desperate people. 

I hope this is not the state of the movement one year after the election.

Marg Bar Jomhourieh Eslami! Zendeh Baad Laat Baazi!

Another Iran

What did the police do?

by Another Iran on

It seems that the Norwegian police was standing by allowing these hooligans to smash cars and windows!  This is a serious breach of their duty and needs to be investigated.  The thugs are identifiable from in the film and if not, it is the Norwegian government which will have to pay for the damage and answer their breach of duty to protect diplomats, to protect property against vandalism, and to protect citizens and others against violence and harrassment.


i dont agree with this kind of action

by mahmoudg on

this will get us nowhere,  makes us look just as bad as them.  let us concentrate on convincing the world community that it needs to band together and bring down this regime via very very very harsh sanctions and/or surgical attacks.

Niloufar Parsi


by Niloufar Parsi on

has replaced civilised political discourse. they are not the only ones.


Another Iran

What complete and utter jerks!

by Another Iran on

What is the point of attacking embassy cars?  These people who views things as black and white and treat the diplomats as if they are THE ENEMY!!  and to protest against the regime, they need to resort to intimidation and violence against individuals! Can you imagine the thuggery and violence if this lot get their hands on power?  

bacheh irany


by bacheh irany on

WOW, so i guess they want to replace one dictator with another? LOL!!!! GOOD LUCK!