First Lady’s message to Egyptians

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Fred
by Fred
04-Feb-2011
 

“At this moment in time, we, the women of Iran, take pride in the fact that along with our sisters from brave struggling nations, we stand alongside all the courageous nations in lands under the rule of tyranny such as Egypt and Tunisia, [in the hope] that we can soon witness the realization of freedom and democracy.”

The above statement is not from a duly elected representative of the Iranian people.  It is a declaration from would be first lady of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic. That is if her husband, the former two terms Prime Minister of IRR, had won the turf war.

Of course the “freedom and democracy” which she refers to is of special kind as well.

All three “leaders” of the Islamist Green Movement, meaning the former two terms president , her hubby and the former Speaker of their ersatz parliament, as they have repeatedly said so, all are jockeying for a return to the “golden era of the Imam” meaning the mass murderer Khomeini.

That Zahra Kazemi Rahnavard Mousavi gives herself the right to speak on behalf of Iranian people, in this case "women of Iran", is not the point, all Islamists big and small feel they have the inalienable right to do so. The point is the “freedom and democracy” she is hoping to see elsewhere is the kind that is unique to the Islamists who have been ruling over Iran and Iranians for 32 years and counting.

For those who want to know what Islamists, inclining the would be first lady of IRR who is a lifelong devotee of charlatan Ali Shariati, mean by “freedom and democracy” watching the attached video of one of the three “leaders” of her faction could be beneficial.

    http://en.irangreenvoice.com/article/2011/feb/03/2718?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+irangreenvoice%2FEn+%28Iran+Green+Voice+-+English%29

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Roozbeh_Gilani

"ignorant and illiterate's" nuke wet dreams!

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

"ignorant and illiterate" is the one who has to hide behind a false avatar in order to defend this islamist fascist paymasters on a daily basis on iranian.com. 

On this "Dr" shariati, he has one thing in common with his fake "comrade", he died an old, rejected, broken man in London, whilst waiting for  a Green Card to US of A, the very same country he so strongly attacked in all his writing.

To describe ali shariati as a Charlatan would be a great insult to charlatans of this world! 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


Soosan Khanoom

Great respond Comrade .......

by Soosan Khanoom on

  I am so agree with you comrade. If Shariati was alive today he would have been jailed or even sentenced to death by IRI.  

Dr. Shariati was one of the best thinkers and intellectuals that we have ever seen in Iran.

Only an ignorant and illiterate person calls Dr. Shariati a charlatan !

 


comrade

Fearing the dead

by comrade on

Shariati in the simplest term and definition was indeed a pioneer, thinker, and theoretician who would have been, most likely, among the first victims of "mullacracy", had he lived long enough to see the days of IRI. Was he a Muslim? Yes he was. Does Fred seem to have a problem with that? Yes, he does.

My dear Fred's relentless animosity against Shariti comes from the fact that Shariati's vision of Islam(Shia) would have deprived Fred and his likes from the comfort and assurances associated with fighting against only a certain layer of society, namely the clerics, and would have set him in a confrontational position with a whole nation which truly regards its belief system in a national context free from any shape and form of hierarchal dictatorship.

Dear Fred's disgust is, indeed and for credible reasons, rooted in his fear of Iranian nationalism, and he's fighting against it as hard as he can. Calling Shariati a charlatan is only a small part of his war plan.        

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