Iranian women for hire

Fred
by Fred
18-Aug-2010
 

The recent IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic paid for expat conference has renewed a question for me which ancillary evidence suggest there are others wondering about the same thing.

To be politically incorrect and as straight forward as possible, at the most animalistic level I can understand those men who hired themselves out as attendees to the IRR expat show.

After all these men would be helping out a system which by virtue of their gender gives them a leg up on everything.  The least of which is the number of concubines they can have or how easily they can legally dump their wives to be replaced with younger ones.  

What really baffles me, and I am certain there are others too, is how on earth women could be among those who hire themselves out to this kind of helping out IRR shows.

The attached link from IRR’s Presidential High Council of Iranian Affairs Abroad contains the names of five Iranian women, all highly educated, all avowedly secular, all self professed feminist and all residing outside Iran who hired themselves out to IRR.

This particular meeting was held while Sakineh Ashtiani was waiting to be stoned to death.

What do these women think of their actions while their sister was waiting to be stoned?

 

http://registration.iranianshouse.ir/registerCong/viewPlanDetail.aspx?id=13

Share/Save/Bookmark

Recently by FredCommentsDate
ادا اطوار اسلامی
5
Dec 05, 2012
مسجد همجنسگرایان
1
Dec 05, 2012
Iranians are legitimate target
10
Dec 04, 2012
more from Fred
 
hamsade ghadimi

fred

by hamsade ghadimi on

thanks for the link. there's a wealth of information on the site.  they were even able to squeeze in a bit of "shahnameh khani" in the meeting instead of a sermon by larijani.


AMIR1973

Fred and Hamsade Ghadimi

by AMIR1973 on

Looking at the list of attendees, it's clear that it's the usual suspects. I'll repeat what I said before:

"Despite all the talk from the usual quarters about this representing some sort of an opening towards dialogue, blah, blah, the Iranian expats who attended this conference appear to have largely been those who already view the IRI as a heroic independent beacon of resistance to the Great Satan and its Little Satan accomplices. I don't think many minds were meant to be changed; it was just the IRI's president preaching to his West-residing choir and putting on another show..." 

Regards. 


Fred

Amir 1973

by Fred on

It seems, as you had guessed, our friend Pourzal the head of  American branch of CASMII lobby was in the thick of it. He is the "coordinator" of the "workshop" which I have provided the link to in this blog and also one of the speakers in the link I provided to Hamsadeh.

The interesting thing about the "workshop(s)" link is at the bottom of it, it says so the participants could exchange their views freely media is not allowed.

BTW, number of other CASMII members from England and America along with friends from:

 American Iranian Friendship Committee (Comrade Ardeshir-Khan Ommani's outfit)

http://www.iranaifc.com/

 The Fellowship of Reconciliation( Leila Kahnoom's work place)

http://forusa.org/blog/leila-zand

Were there to do:

http://www.edalatkhahi.ir/007214.shtml

http://registration.iranianshouse.ir/registerCong/viewPlanDetail.aspx?id=13

http://www.tehrooz.com/1389/5/24/TehranEmrooz/348/Page/5/?NewsID=41537

Nothing but  lovely people caring about people.  


Fred

hamsade ghadimi

by Fred on

"do you have the agenda for the rest of the conference? "

http://congress.iranianshouse.ir/


default

Ozr Movajjah

by Doctor X on

Sorry. Forgot for a moment there you may not have developed farsi-receiving / translating electrodes/sensors yet in your system.

your Ozr is Mvajjah= You are from around here. Not an outta towner. We know who you are and We just let you be.

Regards.

a Rejectee of the majority of whatever you just said.


default

Strange

by Doctor X on

Javad aghah

Using this opportunity to settle personal scores agains JJ? You know Calling people prostitues is actually good when it serves a valid and rightful purpose.

Sargord

Your ozr is  movajah. Carry on brother.


Sargord Pirouz

Genuine Iranian patriots!

by Sargord Pirouz on

Genuine Iranian patriots! Good for them.

Anti-Iran cheerleaders like Fred never have a good day. Why? Many years ago they were rejected by the overwhelming masses of the Islamic Republic of Iran, for which they will never ever psychologically recover.


Javadagha

New low for Iranian.com

by Javadagha on

This is a new low for Iranian.com (Jahanshah Javid).

Fred and Co. have used this media to accuse others and call them prostitutes.

Iranian.com is going down the tube every day.


hamsade ghadimi

amir73, fred

by hamsade ghadimi on

amir, the sessions provided in the link in this blog include the following topics and participants:

session 1: nuclear disarmament, politicization of iran's nuclear case, israel's nuclear arms, iran's declaration, iran's foreign policy, u.s. foreign policy in middle east, propoganda of western media

participants: paul ingram, british american security information council, george galloway, iranian participants--> rostam pourzal, casmii, nader bagherzadeh, uc irvine professor, shirian shafaie, soas school of london, elah rostami-povey, soas school of london

session 2: [very revealing topic] what can be done outside of the country regarding the conflict between iran and the west

participants: phillip wilayto, virginia defender, iranian participants --> leila zand, iran program at fellowship of reconciliation, soraya sepahpour-ulrich, casmii (i.com contributor), shirin saeidi, university of cambridge (i.com contributor), abbas khani, fribourg university

fred, do you have the agenda for the rest of the conference?


AMIR1973

Yousef

by AMIR1973 on

Besides Galloway, there are a number of other such folks in the West (I'm not referring to those whom I have lovingly labelled the "West-residing IRI Groupies"; I mean Westerners). They include the likes of Ramsey Clark (who has a soft spot for Saddam and Milosevic--among others):

http://www.salon.com/news/feature/1999/06/21/clark


yousef

"refrain from criticising while the country is under threat"

by yousef on

So here is the agenda of this "conference", for those still in doubt!

Any tin pot dictator, from Saddam to khomeini and khamenei and his vazir, ahmadinezhad, once completely and openly rejected by it's people, would seek a "threat" (external and/or internal) to deflect the attention from it's own wrong doings and further unite the people behind himself.


hamsade ghadimi

divaneh

by hamsade ghadimi on

the link provided in the blog provides the agenda (at least for one day) for some of the participants.  it's solely focused on sanctions and nuclear power.  this is a workshop on how to voice iri's claims to the world and how to circumvent the sanctions.  it is unlikely there was any human rights roundtable.  i know that you are giving them the benefit of doubt but the whole thing stinks.  they probably had a workshop on how to deal with interviews and foreign media when they get back to their duty stations in the free world.

reader1's comment was the most revealing: "until external threat to iri is not eliminated, the ex-pats should support iri, i mean the people of iran." this seems to be their main talking point. the question is what iri is doing to diminish the external threat?  bellicose posturing with the world sure doesn't help. remember the "mameh ro looloo bord" line which was met with great applause. 


AMIR1973

divaneh

by AMIR1973 on

Could it not be that some of them have gone with the real good intention of influencing the IRI and try to change its policies?

Even if we take that very charitable interpretation, it would mean that they are naive in the extreme. Do you really think some Iranian expats attending a conference can effect any major change in the IRI's policies?

 

Despite all the talk from the usual quarters about this representing some sort of an opening towards dialogue, blah, blah, the Iranian expats who attended this conference appear to have largely been those who already view the IRI as a heroic independent beacon of resistance to the Great Satan and its Little Satan accomplices. I don't think many minds were meant to be changed; it was just the IRI's president preaching to his West-residing choir and putting on another show (like the IRI's "space program", photoshopped missile launches, etc). Regards.


divaneh

Was it for money?

by divaneh on

I think we are judging these women (as well as men) too fast. Could it not be that some of them have gone with the real good intention of influencing the IRI and try to change its policies? We have some very good interviewers in IC. Perhaps one of them should interview these women and then we can make a more informed judgement. 


hamsade ghadimi

so until then, we should

by hamsade ghadimi on

so until then, we should show our support for those who're killing, torturing and raping our people?  until when? until israel no longer exists?  until all of the western countries become muslim and heed to the vf?  gimme a break humble guy.


reader1

hamsade ghadimi: I am with ...

by reader1 on

مردم عوام 
but if i were you I would  leave the fight until the external threat is over. 

 

PS. I am nobody but a humble reader.

hamsade ghadimi

reader1

by hamsade ghadimi on

ریدر، منظورت همبستگی‌ با مردم خواص هست؟

http://iranvajahan.net/english/pictures/en.20061016..5.jpg

یا همبستگی‌ با مردم عوام؟

http://mikeely.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/kasama_iran_election_uprising_photo_3.jpg


Fred

Confused Haji

by Fred on

“It could well be that some used the occasion to show their

solidarity with Iranian people at a time when the country is under real threat.”

 

Confused Haji with nonsensical line of reasoning is confused about everything. 


reader1

If only you had replaced ...

by reader1 on

 

...  the nonsense attribute  of  “Islamic Rapist Republic” with just IRR, it'd have been one of your better and relatively measured  blog.  I doubt very much whether all of those woman attendee  were  in IRR pay roll. It could well be that some used the occasion to  show their
solidarity with Iranian people at a time when the country is under real
threat.  I share your dislike of IRR but would rather refrain from criticising
while the country is under  threat. 


hamsade ghadimi

a broad from abroad

by hamsade ghadimi on

i also find it even more reprehensible for a woman to be abetting this misogynist regime.  it explains every unexplainable situation: a shahi becoming islamist, a communist becoming capitalist, ...  the self-centered satisfaction-maximizing nature of human beings can trump all ideologies.

these people should be outed loudly and clearly.


Cost-of-Progress

Yeah, but what trumps all

by Cost-of-Progress on

is personal gain and the illusion of grandeur.

Another question to ask would be why anyone - I mean anyone - who does not sleep with these cockroaches would even think of such alliance - real or perceived?

____________

IRAN FIRST

____________


Maryam Hojjat

They are selling themselves to IRR/IRI

by Maryam Hojjat on

for money.  Most these women are in academia and they fund their program with the money from IRI/IRR.  They donot care about their sisters in the hands of IRR.