Yesterday, I posted a blog on Six countries Iranians should keep an eye
on. It appeared on the home page briefly and disappeared. It took me
hours to write.
In the late evening I posted--in the news section--a very good article
from Tehran Bureau about how Khamenei has become a leading figure of
ridicule in Iran. Hours later I find it doesn't appear on the first
page and consequently has only 28 reads. The article certainly was
worthy of more than that. At least it didn't take much time to prepare.
I'm tired of this.
To put hours into an analysis post only to have it buried is
discouraging. I may as well be writing critical articles on the regime
in Iran at this rate. I cannot see the point in posting any more new
stories or analysis blogs if they are merely to be buried. There's
somthing petty about this. I could understand if the posts were
frivolous or not worth reading. Someone at Iranan.com sure seems to have it in for me. Maybe I've offended a nationalist like Amirforsecular monarchy or someone similar by disagreeing with him but if you can't take opposing opinions I'd say move back to Iran.
So that's it. See yah! I'll stick to Enduring America from now on,
though the comments section isn't suited to longer analysis.
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