The domino-uprisings & Iran

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Fred
by Fred
30-Jan-2011
 

The domino-uprisings in the Arab countries which started with Tunisia and quickly spread to others including Jordan, Yemen and now Egypt have got other ruling regional despots worried.

The Saudi King has announced an increase in the social welfare spending for the “comfort of all” Saudi subjects. The Kuwaiti Emir is doing it more directly. In addition to have every basic food item free of charge until the end of March, every Kuwaiti citizen, including infants, will receive a check for nearly $3, 540.00.

On the other hand the folks running IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, are learning a different lesson from the ongoing uprisings.  

According to one of the Islamist Rapists, the chap whose fiefdom includes the heart of Iran, Tabriz, the lesson is:

“Witnessing Iran’s development in all aspects, including scientific, defense, social justice and Islamic [sic], has riled up the regional nations.”

And his colleague, the Islamist feudal lord of Kashan, has this to say about the difference between all the world leaders and the Head Rapist Khamenei:

“Except the Vali Faghih [Ayatollah Kamenei], all the world leaders, without an exception, have a [criminal] case, a financial case or ethical and/or both.”

Is there any hope of reforming this mindset when even their prince of “reform” is advocating a return to the “golden era of the Imam”?

The sooner these messianic Islamists who are acquiring nuke to effectuate their announced goal of “managing the world” are overthrown, the sooner some sanity will return to the vital Middle East region.

http://irna.ir/NewsShow.aspx?NID=30212234

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That is true but the

by ihateiri on

That is true but the Egyptian authorities are carrying on in a much more responsible manner than the Hizbohalli PIGS ever have. Rememember Iranians raped Iranians, Iranians tortured Iranians, Iranians have stolen from Iranians and this is our shame. Mousavi is an ass hole! He dropped the ball. If he had more courage and initiative we wouldn't be in this situation. Millions were in the streets! The regime almost collapsed! Arabs enjoy more rights and opportunities than Iranians do. This is a fact but we are too arrogant and bigoted to realize this. Bravo Egypt! Bravo Tunis and Iran will be the next big story. FREE IRAN!

Iranians living abroad must do everything they can to help Iranian refugees. How many Iranian millionaires/billionaires are there? Why can't they do something for Iranians languishing in Turkey? 


vildemose

Dear Roozbeh: Searing

by vildemose on

Dear Roozbeh:

Searing truth.

exactly my sentiment about the three of them.

Too transparent....


Roozbeh_Gilani

توانا بود هر که دانا بود!

Roozbeh_Gilani


 But never mind, yours is not the most ridiculously inappropriate avatar here. We have someone calling herself "Fearless", and other "rafigh" (in farangi of course)! Are you three related in any form and shape?!

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


vildemose

Dr. Mohamed El Baradei may

by vildemose on

Dr. Mohamed El Baradei may become President by acclamatio­­n this evening if he has the junior officers in the square behind him. Certainly head of an interim government in next few days. He is meant to speak soon:

http://eng­lish.aljaz­eera.net/w­atch_now/


Tavana

1979 in Reverse!

by Tavana on

"Very soon, I have no doubt, we will
be hearing the beatiful sounds of AK-47 in streets of Tehran, this time being fired by the Iranian masses, towards the bassij and sepah mozdoors."

A Wishful thinking of a 1979 revolution remade per the commentators' dreams??

PS. Being both Anti-Islamist & Anti-Christ & then using both Insha-Allah & the Lord in the "jewish" prayers? Ass-tagh-4-Allah as in Simorgh the Great Savior! 

 


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

wrong ihateiri

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on


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Egyptian government more humane than Iranian Taliban!

by ihateiri on

The Egyptian authorities have carried on in a relatively civil manner. Check this out: there are no secret detention facilities, hospitals and mosques are not being attacked, Egyptian activists are not being RAPED, people shouting religious slogans and religious slogans early are not being harmed and Mubarak unlike that shit bag khamenei was speaking in a conciliatory manner. But that said, the Mubarak regime is foul to the core but IRI is a hell of allot worse.

The Pasdars and basijes are fucking pigs! They bring disgrace, misery, pain and disaster to Iran. The pasdars couldn't do shit against Saddams second class army. Remember that! They are pimps! You guys are going down!


Simorgh5555

Roozbeh

by Simorgh5555 on

Very soon, I have no doubt, we will be hearing the beatiful sounds of AK-47 in streets of Tehran, this time being fired by the Iranian masses, towards the bassij and sepah mozdoors.

 

Inshallah to that! LOL  

Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!  


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

VPK

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

don't get me wrong. I am not for a violent revolution at all. It is for Egypts interest to transition to a more democratic society. But my worry is that that ship seems to have sailed and you cant simply supress the people now that the cat is out of the bag.


Roozbeh_Gilani

Actually this is good and timely blog simorgh..

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

 As good and timely as the one you wrote about the islamist regime murdering it's own citizens on a daily basis. You see, the events in Tunisia and Egypt and the islamist regime murdering it's citizens in daily batches, are two sides of the same coin. Islamist regime terrified of events in Tunisia, egypt and approach of 1979 revolution  anniversary is trying to instill fear in Iranian masses by the only methode it knows : terror and Murder. The fact islamist regime's agents on this site are trying desparately to divert the attention to  unrelated matters such as "pre 1967" in sinai desert (i mean what the phuck, most Iranians murdered now by the regime were not even born then!) is quite telling of the unified fear and desparation of the regime in the face of mounting  anger of Iranain masses.

Very soon, I have no doubt, we will be hearing the beatiful sounds of AK-47 in streets of Tehran, this time being fired by the Iranian masses, towards the bassij and sepah mozdoors.

the time of reckoning is approaching fast. Look for new jobs you shamelss islamist mozdoors...  

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Moosir

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

The person to blame is Mubark. And the West for supporting him. That is obvious. However it still does not make the alternative a good one. I fear Egypt may replace one dictator with a worse one. That is all. 

Removing a dictator does not automatically make it better. We saw it in Iran.  It is too bad that these people like Mubarak abuse their position. Now the people have this mess on their hands. 

By the way I think he is deliberately letting looters to wild. He is hoping things get really bad. Then he can send in the army to "restore" peace and resume his dictatorship. Some people will never learn from their mistakes. 

VPK


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

VPK

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

you are right but who is to blame for this anger? Is it not a fact that we have been supporting these dictators and keeping them in power without pushing them to reform all these years?

 

Simorgh, my heart bleeds for every man and woman executed in Iran.  I dont see why I should wear this grief on my sleeve on this site. I have made my complaints elsewhere. 


Demo

Cyberspace "Sanitizers"

by Demo on

And the self claimed "sanitizers" are continuing with their goal of effectuating the "unannounced goal" of spreading lies & of twisting the facts to "detract" the world from the ever lasting issue of their own legitimacy with the occupied territories of the so called "Islamists' nations" both within & outside of the "GOD promised land's borders" in the "Insane Middle East" acquired by the "Sane World's force!" 


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Moosir

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

The US and Israel are right to be worried as are others. With Egypt going into chaos there is reason to worry. This is not democracy it is anger. Egyptians are angry at Mubarak quite understandable. However this will likely be exploited by the worst Islamists ganga.

The result will likely be another nut job terrorist government. The people will suffer and so will the region. None of this makes Mubarak "good"


Simorgh5555

Moosir

by Simorgh5555 on

Zahra Bahrami was executed yesterday. With respect don't you think this is worth talking about first thing of the day rather than attacking the American imperialism? Its a question of priorities. 


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Israel and US is worried too!

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

dont discount the fact that your non existant sane world are scared of democracy in the middle-east. they know very well who will come to power once they let people vote. they are going to "manage" democracy.


comrade

Golden era of pre-67

by comrade on

I liked the optical oxymoron of "domino-uprising", where the actual pieces are supposed to fall...never mind....too artistic for you, my dear cyber-warrior friend.

But tell me this: What if Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood comes up as a winner, Fred? Was it worth it to support the Arab dictators to this end? I don't think so.

But guess what, it's not that late. In order to quell the situation Israel has to just drop the bombshell announcing her return to pre-67 international borders.

The nuclear technology is our national right and interest, regardless of the regime. It is also totally legal. 

 

 

 

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