by capt_ayhab

There are times that one comes across characters and personalities in ones life that can do nothing but be taken at awe for their tenacity,  perseverance and most of all the level of hate they host in their hearts and souls against one group or the other.

I had the unfortunate privilege of seeing one such character in action, of any place but this Iranian.com. Allow me not to beat around the bush [not Bush] and go straight for the heart of the matter.

This gentleman/lady/the otherwise whom I had the misfortune of seeing in action is none other than our own Mr. Air Tight Sanction/our own Mr. Kill to set them free/ our own Mr. starve to democratize, the one and the only Mr. F.

He is known and been referred to as by many names. Names such as Mien this, Mien that,  AIPAC this and Zionist that, among many many more, deserving or not.

I am not trying to sort out the labels that have been put on the gentleman, nor am I trying to come up with new ones for him. What I am trying to  say here is that you can not but be astonished with the level of love [sarcasm well intended] for us the Iranians that he hosts in his heart. He demonstrates his affection for a nation of 75 million in constant barge of blogs, which thanks to Iranian.com blog limit of two per day, goes on and on 24/7/365 [not considering the leap years] diligently and with one singular theme……………… AIR TIGHT SANCTION on IRAN to STARVE millions before MILITARY ATTACK.

Air tight sanction being his clever [not] disguise prelude to softening the spirit of the nation [IRAN] before military strike.

I wish I had an employee as dedicated as him.


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Mr. mullah-kosh

by capt_ayhab on

You note[Are you and your supporters not calling him zionists, and israeli agent?]

Kindly show me any thing in this thread that I have called him any of those names.

And will you be kind enough to tell who are those people that are my supporters. I like to know that myself. I am not here to gain any support for myself nor for my ideology. I merely speak my mind about the issues that are very important to me. And if any one, either from kindness of their hearts or because they see things as I do, support any certain blog, that does not make them MY supporters. Unless that is how you see things.


You note further [Why don't you argue the points? How would sanctions affect the ordinary Iranian people? How does sanctions affect Iran anyway?]

Here are just few of my blogs about the sanctions and its certain catastrophic result on ordinary people of Iran, fully suported by facts and historical events.




You are quite welcome to read them so you can see why am I opposed to sanctions. I am opposed to any action that is designed to hurt people of Iran.I would love for you to point one comment from the gentleman in any of those blog where he argues the BENEFITS of sanctions on Iran.

You may or may not agree with the fact that sanctions will harm people of Iran in a big way. If so all you have to do sir is to come out and announce that you are FOR the sanctions and war on people of Iran. It is your right to have that opinion. But please let us not read things to this blog that aren't there such as when you say:

[Your last line may be implicitly accusing Fred of being someone's "employe].

That line which you are trying to push as insulating is actually a compliment since the gentleman is highly dedicated to see utter misery and destruction to be brought to the  people of Iran.



Mardom Mazloom

It is to be said that

by Mardom Mazloom on

Mein F, known as air-tight-tight man, is an incredibly cohesive character on IC who has persuaded any blogger/reader on this site of the inefficiency of sanctions on Iran.
Imagine what a disastrous result would have been if, for example, Sargord had tried to persuade us how bad are sanctions for Iran.
I, for my own, am grateful to Mein tight-tight F. for his tireless efforts to this end.
Khodaya Ine Mein F. ro barayeh ma negah dar ke har rooz biad maro as ine Air-tight-chizash mosstafiz konad. Amin.



by mullah-kosh on

Did you not just write a blog where you condemned name calling, and asked for a civilized discourse on issues? Kind of ironic this comes right after that post. Are you and your supporters not calling him zionists, and israeli agent? Your last line may be implicitly accusing Fred of being someone's "employee".

Why don't you argue the points? How would sanctions affect the ordinary Iranian people? How does sanctions affect Iran anyway? Please tell us how the international community should react to IR as it pursues nuclear weaponization, and executes people for throwing rocks, if not sanctions, what other tools are there?



by capt_ayhab on

Hope you do not decide to leave hamintori. Your decision anyways.



I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

so should yours fozolie

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

good job blog cop. now go get your donuts and coffee.

I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Interesting politics. You didn't get featured.

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

Fred used to avoid getting flagged by slurring us lefties by saying "Islamists and their likeminded lefties in the USA" and other nonsense. I can't stand this site anymore. Your blog is a good exposure for the BS he is propagating and I'm sure the people with Israel google alerts rush here to read their Zionism porn every time he posts. 

So now instead of indirectly slurring us, I've noticed he just calls us Islamists and other names. Anti-Semites was there for a while, but I guess he might have realized that we are semitic. Fred: Anti semitism is a European gift. Instead of worrying about how angry Iranians are with Israel's nonsense, worry about how anti-semitic Europe is. In fact, most Nazis are doing well and they live in S. America! Of course, I'm telling you this with the silly idea that you actually give a damn about Jews. ha!~ 


no thanks

by fozolie on

I don't see the point of this.  Your answers on his or her blogs should suffice, otherwise this is just silly.  

Mr. Fozolie

Sargord Pirouz

He's like listening to an

by Sargord Pirouz on

He's like listening to an organ grinder. There's never any depth or variation. It's always the same bars of music, played over and over and over again.

How tiring. 

In a way, he's a very sad caricature of the disconnected, exiled Iranian. 


"F" is an appropriate title for the subject

by Bavafa on




by capt_ayhab on

Unless you admire hate, but stick around for the fun of it 



mutual admiration blog?

by fozolie on


Get a room guys!


Mr. Fozolie

I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Fred's addiction to the absence of evidence

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

Nuke this nuke that. We're talking about a regime who lies about making its own ships by forgetting to take off labels of manufacturers. LOL. And he's scaring everyone with nuke this and that. There's no proof of nuke ANYTHING, unless you're Israel cooking up the evidence. It's a bit of a coincidence. I think I saw this movie once..... wait it was real life! it was Iraq! Oh no.


he is invited

by capt_ayhab on

I will even pay his way.


I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Fred is full of it. I would love to see him on a stage ...

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

I would love to see him give his blogs as speeches to Iranians in a square in Iran. I would pay to watch that, actually.