UN ignores Genocide in Iran

alimostofi
by alimostofi
22-Aug-2012
 

Why is it that the world only talks about the nuclear threat of IRGC or Ayatollah's military, and not talk of the genocide taking place in Iran?

The Jews, Israelis go on about their plight under the Nazis, and yet not one word is mentioned in the UN, about saving Iranian people. In fact they make them accomplices to the Ayatollahs. What insult.

What has happened, is very subtle. The world press says, "well it really isn't that bad over there is it?". "We do not need to intervene". But then they want to attack Iran. Madness.

Let us put the Ayatollah rule anywhere else in the world, and see how quickly the human outcry will reach UN. See the UN swiftly pass a resolution to reach the people and save them. Would one member of the press dare to call it an attack?

The situation in Iran is grave. But the world press and UN are very very grave. You have no shame for people, who did so much to save the world. Who saved the Jews? Iranians. Who respected the Birth of Jesus first? Iranian Magi.

US and EU businesses do deals via China and India with the Ayatollahs who are killing Iranians?

How dare do the members of the UN, work with representative of the Ayatollahs in the UN building calling himself Iranian?

A rescue mission needs to be created for Iran. No we do not need bloodshed as in Syria. We need a proper resolution in UN condemning the Ayatollahs. We need a commission to be set up to create a goverment in exile for Iran.

The UN must pass an emergency resolution now. Once that is in place, the Ayatollahs have to criticize the UN and not just US.

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alimostofi

Action needed.

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Dr M: thank you for your comments that were constructive.

But to everyone else

It is a shame that we do not have more participation. The subject is very important. This only reflects the nature of the people here on this website. People are not responsible enough. Each of us needs to act and write to the UN.

You will say, "what is the use?"
And I say, "all great causes started with that question".

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Dr. Mohandes

Have a nice evening/night

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Bye Bye ali:)


alimostofi

Mass Participation

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Dr M: I am not saying to you in particular. I am giving a solution that will work, if everyone "gets a pen out" as you say.

Trouble is that people don't. As you said earlier, they just immigrate and then forget and ignore Iran.

We do not need leaders, we need mass participation.

ps: cut the personal comments.

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Dr. Mohandes

What is up with the preaching?

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You don't have to tell me and preach anything to me mr!

Pick up a god damn pen or start typing something up and rest assured that i will be doing the same, no need to harping on and on and sermonizing like an mullah:)

I am not sure what will become of you astrologer man. thousands but millions have met their untimely death and now i am HELD RESPONSIBLE because i have not written a lousy letter? Are you punch drunk on a straight tequila?

If i were you i would seriously lay off of preaching/ politics and stick to playing with the stars and keep busy that way.

Adios dude. 


alimostofi

Create an uproar.

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Dr M: HIM Cyrus Reza Pahlavi did sent a letter of protest to BKM and what did that do?

We need an uproar from all the delegates in UN. The only way to do that, is for all Iranians in freedom, especially those with Iranian roots or love for Iran, to write to all the members of the UN.

If you don't do, it then you will be responsible for the genocide to continue. And it is.

What does it take to spill your guts and email UN members? Not much.
Feel guilty? I hope so.

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Dr. Mohandes

Sounding Just like People in iran

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It is like everyone is playing a game of chicken. Every one is waiting for the other one to blink or in this case take the first step, and that is precisely why we are so behind and lag behind other nations in so many areas. I am excluding of course those who live in western countries, who by law have the right to conduct letter-wrting campaigns, but other than that it is always: you do it! no you do it! no You! be the man of your word and go ahead... Looks like everyone alwyas has an excuse to avoid their duties due solely to personal reasons!

Akhavi jan, How the heck am i supposed to know the answer to your question? don't have the slightest doubt that i don't get the "people need to take to the streets" and "why ithas not happened already"! day in and day out here in iran. Makes my eare burn!

well, i wish i lived in their collective minds and had a decent and worthy response to present to you.

I guess all that i can tell you for now, is for you to go ahead and send your letter to whoemever you deem appropriate and i guess, i hope, everyone else will follow suite!

Sounds  like a good deal?:)


alimostofi

5 million letters to UN needed.

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Dr M: everyone should be "fired up", aren't you?

It is a matter of national duty that we should all be writing letters in our own words to the UN.

The more people write to all the delegates of the UN the better.

I am just one person. I am a nobody. But there are 5 million of us outside Iran. Imagine 5 million letters.

But why hasn't it happened already?

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Dr. Mohandes

Well Ali jan

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If you are that fired up about it and know exactly whatyou are doing and have a plan, instead of constantly repeating on end! what needs to be done and who needs to do what, why don't you throw the first stone and write up a super delicious and sweet letter to Bon Kin mon and get the ball rolling there cowboy.

I promise once you do that, you will see a long line of people right beside you and right behind you. Heck they may even nominate you to install the first truely democtratic president or rahbar or shah or something. They will figure something out.

And i suggest you touch on the brake everyonce in a while and realize that I don't, and have said that so many times, live in the states any longer, i will return soon though, but i live in Teyloon, iran. 

 


alimostofi

Speech at UN.

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Dr M: you do not seem to understand the process I am talking about. The world needs to have an emergency meeting in the UN to discuss the human catastrophe taking place in Iran.

Once the UN has decided to take certain steps, all governments will have to follow. The first step would be to kick out the member representing the regime. In fact they should arrest him. Next they should ask all the IR embassies to be shut down and members sent to The Hague.

We are dealing with a criminal regime cloaked under the name of Iran. The UN needs to acknowledge this. Once that is done the Operation Rescue Iran will be launched. This is what the UN is for. It is peaceful a mission to save Iran from the genocide taking place by the Ayatollahs. That is a live fact.

We do not need a unilateral bombing of IRGC nuclear sites. That is the wrong approach. We need the diaspora, yes you and me, to get involved and not wash our hands with useless excuses, so that we can sleep at night with nothing in our consciousness.

You all are responsible for ignoring Iran. All those prisoners, and people on death row today right now in Iran, are thinking "why are they in US not helping us?".

I feel great shame. I wish I could go to the General Assembly of the UN and say this. We all can. Our hearts are full. Our spirits are boiling. It is natural.

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Dr. Mohandes

Rea

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I do not believe that when it is all said and done the so - called diaspora can play a part in any of this , i.e. freedom movement. Simply because what they do and say would have no bearings on the actions of their adopted nation's government.

What needs to take place is receiving major assistrance from a willing and a capable outside power which will be capitalized upon by our own people down on the ground. And that won't happen until those outsiders decide when is the right time. 

The more we waste time with all this strategizing and opinion-mongering game the more opportunities on changing this system we are missing out on.

To me that is what it all comes down to.


alimostofi

Major human disaster being ignored.

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T: thanks for your kind comments. One point. There is a valid case for Operation Rescue Iran. We have a much bigger humanitarian disaster than any Jew or Palestinian has gone through. No one has made this case.

HIM Cyrus Reza Pahlavi has a duty to The Royal Institution which he is not carrying out. He is only interested in human rights. He is acting as if he working for the human rights commission. You and I can do that too.

He is the caretaker of an ancient holy institution of Iran and he thinks that he would be seen as a dictator if he ran the Royal Institution. Madness.

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Truthseeker9

dear AM

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From the views and logic I read in IC it appears there is a school of thought followed by some: that any outside interference is an act of war on Iranians in Iran (definition of true Iranians to some). The latest label is "IC War Lobby" - if you support Sanctions on Iran as a means to weaken the regime and/ or want to help Protesters. During the protests there were many calls from protesters in Iran via Youtube, etc for assistance. 

You can see how some look down on people who don't follow the "touchy feely" approach and see Loyalty differently . As you know I don't have anything against RP personally, it is Monarchy institution that I am opposed to, but in the end it may be the only/ best option we have to support RP to get us out of this mess. I am open to different ideas and wherever I reside in the world my heart belongs to Iran, the reason I come back to this site and others to see how I can be part of positive change. I refuse to sit on my backside and let prisoners rot in Iranian prisons. I'll leave this blog with this comment. 


alimostofi

We are all human.

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R: what is happening in Iran is a humanitarian disaster. The whole world must be involved. As a Christian you have to be indebted to Iranian Magi.

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Rea

alimostofi

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In fact, am not Iranian, am Croatian.

Linked to Iran by family, ie. my nefew ("down under") married an Iranian girl. Shaholahis, as people say on this forum.

That's all for now. ;o)


alimostofi

Irresponsible

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R: typical "wash my hands of all responsibilty" attitude. Cop out!

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Rea

hear, hear ;o)

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"i think they should give it up, and just focus on delegating tasks to those living in iran.

As I said, diaspora is to give a hand, in their respective countries, using all means at their disposal.  But the bidding is to be done on the ground. 

All I had to say, said. Out of here.


alimostofi

Wrong view.

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R: you are implying that the situation in Iran, in your mind, is not that grave. Thanks for sharing.

Sorry, but I think you are completely wrong. And there are many who think like you. You are all badly wrong.

But many many more are suffering because you think that way. That way of thinking lets you think Iran can be abandoned. You have abandoned Iran.

I am sorry for you.
Wish you the best.

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Rea

TS

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No, I don't live in Israel (live on the French island of Guadeloupe, Caribbeans). But love the song and, after all, they are Iranians, aren't they?

My experience - very personal. Diaspora is often out of touch with what is happening on the ground. In my case, we (diaspora) did more harm than good.

Hope it answers your question.


Rea

It's not a flippant statement

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Genocide is what happened to Armenians, to Jews in ww2, genocide is what happened in Srebrenica (the Balkans).

People should not take that word easily. 

Apology for misspelling, thx for pointing out. 


alimostofi

Emergency: Operation Rescue Iran.

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M: Thank you for your comment and I am glad you liked the blog.

We as Iranians abroad have a serious cultural duty to perform.

We all in many ways do it informally wherever we are. What we aren't doing, is taking care of matters that have to be done outside Iran.

We need to have the UN acknowledge that there are monsters ruling Iran. UN needs to see that good Iranians outside want to rescue Iran. UN has to accept us not them.

We need the world to hear us, just like the Jews were heard, and took emergency measures to rescue them. Iranians abroad have money and talent to do this.

We need to organize a rescue Iran operation. Operation Rescue Iran (ORI) needs to be launched. I need volunteers. Let us get on with it.

The country has been invaded and there is brutal genocide going on.

Yes the world needs to send troops in, but as a humanitarian mission. It is an emergency.

So get up and volunteer. I want people to come forward right here right now.

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Dr. Mohandes

Reality This!

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Thanks for the very good blog and all the points that were brought up in this discussion. 

What is really going to happen is that no matter what is said and written about what the Iranians in diaspora all about and what they are doing and what they did in the past and.......what they ought to do in the future , you and i both know that more than 90% of these fellows will never ever not ever would even entertain the though of going back to iran.

WHy am i saying this? Because they have basically put down roots in wherever they are now, some have kids who are attending school, and bottom line they are living the life they have always dreamed of, American/canadian/british style.

So, to those who are sitting out there dreaming up various scenarois on what the responsibilities of these people in diaspora should be, i think they should give it up, and just focus on deligating tasks to those who living in iran.

Yeah...that is what they ought to do.

And Yes. I Do believe that PURE GENOCIDE Is being committed in iran, regardless of how this term was defined in previous eras.

Vasalam o alaykum va rahmatollah (now gimme a nice takbeer please) 


alimostofi

Flippant Comments Not Needed.

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Rea: did not appreciate your rather flippant statement about something so serious.

I really think it is ashamedly sad how superficial people can be. Let me make this vivdly clear.

Imagine you are standing next to a firing squad who just shot 30 Iranians. You cry out Genocide. Then someone walks by and says don't exaggerate (spelt correctly). What do you think? You would be seriously ashamed. You would expect them to be part of the "I can't be bothered" crowd.

Please wake up. Write. Get people to respond. Organize. Look at what I am doing. One cannot sleep this away in some holiday resort.

If all the Iranians, did not have a choice to run away from Iran, and had to stay and defend Iran, we would not be in this mess.

Thank you Rea. At least your comment reminded me of what the "Rea"lity is for you and many like you. There is so much to do.

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Truthseeker9

Rea

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Respect your opinion, though you dont explain what your experience is and why it is right and its relevance to Iran. Do you live in Israel (the video)? Perhaps write a blog about it. Remember JJ once wrote a great response to someone who classified Iranians according to where they live and their situation, and the roles they should play.

http://iranian.com/main/albums/green-hopepage1 



"Pluses and minuses

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Thank you for your summary and commentary Nazy. It is encouraging to see that the Islamic Republic is losing favor with those who until a year or two or go were unwilling or unable to question its legitimacy. The emphasis on human rights and the democratic process are also welcome signs.

However, I'm not yet convinced that the Green leadership is willing to work with all opposition forces. The Greens still think that they know best. All they have done so far is gather those who have always been in their camp.

The Islamic Republic has eliminated legitimate political forces since it was born in 1979. For the past 32 years many of these political forces and activists have left the country against their will. They too must have a say in Iran's future.

Also, the general belief is that the Greens, or at least many of its prominent figures, have not yet broken their ties to Khomeini, emotionally or ideologically. They have to make a clean break or else the mean old man will haunt them forever." 


Rea

TS

by Rea on

Speaking from experience, diaspora should be there only to give a hand when needed. No more, no less. 

Late here, on my little Caribbean island, nite. 

Relax. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGif9Q_UnII&list=FL9KetjQFUc97dJEuYnqdePg&index=52&feature=plpp_video


Truthseeker9

Really?

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You may have noticed peaceful protests result in arrests, show trials, torture, imprisonment (mostly 6+ years), some executed for just being Monarchists or "enmity to God" .... it's not a place where Iranians can freely decide what they want. You can't expect youth/ demonstrators with "sticks" to do peoples bidding. Some are realising this after 30+ years. 

There are many dissidents/ exiles who are IRANIAN and they still should have a say about their homeland. 

 


Rea

TS

by Rea on

The bidding is to be done in Iran, on the ground. Not on IC.


Truthseeker9

...

by Truthseeker9 on

Iranians are doing the bidding and exchanging ideas, you may have noticed we are discussing alternatives in IRANIAN.COM. 


Rea

Genocide ?

by Rea on

Somewhat exagerated.

As for the rest, it's up to Iranians to do the bidding. It's not up to the UN, or anybody else for that matter. 


alimostofi

T: PLO killed Iranians. And

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T: PLO killed Iranians. And they thought it was the right thing to do. I never forget the picture of Arafat hugging that monster Khomeini laughing.

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Truthseeker9

AM

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I'm glad you could bury your parents somewhere their resting place would not be desicrated. You have my sympathies. Also if you had included Palestine in the genocide heading some would be more receptive to the main point of your blog.