Similarities shared by extremists on both sides.


Similarities shared by extremists on both sides.
by capt_ayhab

Similarities shared by extremists on both sides.

Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak without censorship and/or limitation. The synonymous term freedom of expression is sometimes used to indicate not only freedom of verbal speech but any act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas, regardless of the medium used.

The right to freedom of speech is recognized as a human right under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and recognized in international human rights law in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).
The ICCPR recognizes the right to freedom of speech as "the right to hold opinions without interference. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression".

With this back ground in mind and the fact that this unalienable right is limited or even completely taken away in some countries, most notably   where tyrannical governments such as Islamic Regime in Iran, China and even during the Monarchy rule prior to 1979 Akhund Mutiny in Iran.

But more astonishing and disturbing fact is that this right and freedom of thoughts, expressions and speech are often frowned upon and silenced by certain so called democratic groups residing in countries where  right to free speech, is diligently protected and exercised.

I recall for instance, during reign of late Mohamad Reza Pahlavi, any criticism of the Shah was a capital crime. Same way that is under current regime of Islamic Tyranny. One can understand these type of suppression being imposed by suppressive regimes, be it Pahlavi regime or Khomeini .

What is totally absurd and disturbing is that same methods of suppression of freedom of expression is adopted by the supporters of both group outside the borders of Iran. If one dares to criticize Islamic regime, its supporters will use any tactic in silencing the idea. In the other extreme are the supporters of Reza Pahlavi, alleged keeper of Kiani heritage, who does not fail to cease any opportunity to go behind a microphone in defense of democracy, freedom of expression and human rights.

However if God forbid, a voice trying to criticize his qualification, or lack thereof,  as self proclaimed leader of Iranian opposition, his supporters, who ALEGEDLY stand for the principles that their so called leader preaches, commence their vicious personal attacks and slanders by every mean possible. Their tactics are reminiscent of the tactics that Mohammad Reza Shah used in the style of ShaAban Bimokh.

Is this group what we are wishing and supporting for future of Iran?

Do they or even can they practice what they preach?

Or is it just some hallow talking point in the parts of their unqualified and opportunistic leader, namely Reza Pahlavi?


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by capt_ayhab on

Just FYI, I am working on  two stories that you children are gonna love.

1. A deep and investigative look at Pahlavi dynasty.

2. How few knife wielding[chagho kesh] Shaban Bimokhs[Jafari] much like you guys essentially destroyed Iran's chance for lasting democracy in 1953.


Gather your forces, and stay tuned....



Your obsession

by MRX1 on

with Reza pahlavi and Jews (Aka big nose  occupied zionists) is some thing else! Unforturantely and to your displeasure both of the group/people are around and will be around perhaps in your life time regardless of how much fun you make out of them and how much you critsize them!


Marge Jan you forgot GREEN T Shirt

by capt_ayhab on

I am all of the above. lol

Now I see that all usual free speech loving ShaAban Bimokhs are patting each other on the back to see which is moe vulgar- I mean more democratically vulgar- 

P/S You forgot the Green T Shirt in 4 shanbeh souri photo up.......... Jeeez havaset kojast khanoom?


PP/S Echo you say? not to worry they will gather around.

I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Boycott the elections!!

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

Wait what's this? You voted and your man didn't win? LOOK AT ME!!!! I'm here!!!!!! No no, I don't want anything, just here in my jeans for support. Reza Pahlavi is the source of endless entertainment. Stop making fun of him. You are so extreme. Just be polite and continue to notice that he says democracy, freedom, secularism, Israel, and "biblical relationship" enough to make anyone happy.

Captain you are too picky and maybe even an a-hole. Sheesh damn it. What does it take for you to see that anything is better than IRI. 

P.S. Capt, I'm sensing some echo in here if you get what I mean.



by Free on

Again, well said.

Rostam, enjoyed the video.





by Rostam on

Here is a comic view on these hypocrites, including Ahmadinejhad. I posted this in another blog:

For capt_ahyab, sargord, Q and the rest of the gang. I hope you all enjoy this video (and your hypocrisity):




by jamshid on

You just described yourself in your own article better than anyone could ever have. As I said in another blog, you remind me of an Evin interogator who demands "tolerance and respect" from his victims.

Here is a sample of your hyporcrisy:

"also known as chapter 13 filer, MISmanager of the historical proportion, boycotter of the elections, BUT,  now GREEN wearing, tear jerking opportunist[one eyed kind that is] the [@ss h@ole] called Reza Pahlavi who misses no oportunity to take a ride on the backs of the misery, in order to promote  for what ever that he is being paid for…………………ahhhh... Sane minds [aka AIPAC – alaki step aside] ask for a favor…………… Stop and think about this fat boy of non accomplished, before you..."

This was just about Reza Pahlavi. You have left similar (and even worst) remarks for any non-reformist opposition group.

And here you go touting and lecturing about personal attacks and slandering and so forth.

Not that there is anything wrong with being a hypocrite. It is our god given right to be just that. But everything has degrees and borders. Once those borders are crossed, that same hypocrisy almost takes on a criminal stature.