Iranians up for adoption

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Fred
by Fred
07-Sep-2010
 

What would you think is one of the most hazardous occupations in IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic?

If you answered being a lawyer defending those Islamist Rapists have targeted to make an example of, people like union leader Osanloo, or street children activists like Shiva Nazar Ahari or plain simple woman like Sakineh M. Ashtiani and alike you are correct.

One has to only remember the years of incarceration attorney Zarafshan who represented few of the victim families IRR’s assassination squads murdered during charlatan Khatami’s “presidency” had to endure. Or what Mostafaie, the brave lawyer representing stoning victim Ashtiani was put through with his wife being taken hostage by IRR and all.

The latest case is that of another brave lawyer, a lady attorney, gender is an important factor in everything in IRR, who has just been arrested over her work.Guardian reports:

On Saturday Nasrin Sotoudeh, who has represented several political activists and protesters arrested in the aftermath of the disputed presidential election last summer, was arrested and charged with "propaganda against the regime" and "acting against national security".

One of these days people, even the lovely ones, will realize this Islamist regime is rotten to the core and there is no chance of “reforming” it and the only thing left to do is to overthrow it.

Until that blessed day arrives, I like to make a suggestion. Adopt an Iranian. That is taking up their cause and making as much noise about their plight as possible in any which way you can.God knows there are no shortages of potential people to be adopted, just make the decision and do it.    

 

 

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/sep/06/iran-human-rights-activists-lawyers

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Datis

Sounds like you Hiccup and write at the same time?:))

by Datis on

No, I think he c*aps and writes at the same time; hard to tell which is which!


curly

thanks Fred jan.

by curly on

you are my voice thank you.


Artificial Intelligence

Excellent Fred!

by Artificial Intelligence on

Agree with you 100%. Thanks for exposing the IRI supporters/apologists on this site once again.


Simorgh5555

Moosir

by Simorgh5555 on

You make a good point about the ethnic minorities that have become 'oghdeyi' and, actually they remain a threat to Iran next to the Mullahs. However, I do not believe that separatists have enough support from the population or organised enough to be able to break away from Iran so easily.

I agree on the point of sactions but we have to agree to disagree concerning the military action. I am not sugegsting that military action is not without huge risks but I am not convinced any other method to remove the mullahs can work. 


default

What a Joke

by Doctor X on

Usually it is a reasonable when one complains and oh in this case One critiques:)) someone else's writings in any language when the former employs a totally impeccable style in his or her own writings. Sargord Joon Yours leave a lot to be desired. When i read your stuff I feel like a car that is driving on a old , beat-up, Hilly country road.

Sounds like you Hiccup and write at the same time?:))


Roozbeh_Gilani

Thank you for a well written and informative blog.

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

The extreme irritating impact this blog seems to have had on the Islamist regime fan club, is only the Icing on the cake.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Simorgh, and everyone else please read these

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Invisible War: How Thirteen Years of US-Imposed Economic Sanctions Devastated Iraq Before the 2003 Invasion

http://www.democracynow.org/2010/9/1/invisible_war...

Sixty Years of Failed North Korea Sanctions

http://original.antiwar.com/christine-ahn/2010/08/...

 

 

All you have to do is replace the countries in question with Iran and you will see how there are eerily similar cases.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

Simorgh

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

"There is an undeniable truth in this, it was external pressures through
tough sanctions, political isolation and an armed resistance by the ANC
which brought the apartheid regime. Economic sanctions will cause the
ruin of the Iranian economy and will achieve its objective but at a
heavy price. There is no painless way out of this. Because I cannot bear
the slow punishment of the Iranian people I would much prefer a
precision surgical strike right at the centre of the mullah regime. "

 

Those who argue for sacntions name South Africa as a success story but completely ignore countries that are more like today's Iran, Iraq and North Korea namely. Those who argue for sanctions are ignorant, to say the least, about the character of the regime and those in power in Iran. the regime are the same people who brainwashed millions of iranians and sent them to their death during the bloodiest war of the last couple of decades.  The regime will do absolutely everything to remain in power, and if it means wasting millions of people to die of hunger and poverty in the name of the greater good, they will do so. 

 

"I agree that a military strike will almost inevitably unite rather than
divide some Iranians against those taking action but the opposition will
be short lived as evident in the NATO campaign against Milosevic. This
is a natural reaction of any citizen seeing his country being attacked
but after the Mullahs are finished or forced to surrender they will be
happier for it. In Iraq, the overthrow of Saddam was treated with mass
euphoria to begin with and US troops were overwhelmingly welcomed by the
Iraqi masses. It was only the occupation which turned Iraq into a
hornet's nest of terrorism and sectarian violence which generated gatred
towards the West. "

Again, those who argue for military strikes, ignore the current society in Iran.  The society is deeply polarazied, ethnic minorities have become very oghdei thanks to decades of repression by the regime (take the case of Teraktor matches and how azeri's use it as a vehcle to drive politically divisive issues). A military strike will tear iran apart and redraw the map the way Bernard Lewis envisioned, it will bring in various geopolitical actors at center stage and each want a piece of the iran pie. and not to mention the regime will resort to bombings with the aide of their Hezbollah friends. 

 

"You mentioned that change can come about by creating a politcally active
middle class which leads me to believe we are not even talking about
the same country. Infact your statement may even sound isulting to be
quite frank. You make it sound that the majority of Iranians are full of
uneducated masses (althoguh those thja attand the government sponsored
rallies probably are.)Iran literally has thousands of young urban
educated and politically conscious young men and women who simply cannot
bring about change because the ultimate power lies in the judiciary,
supreme leader and the council of guardians. Scores of young politically
active Iranians from journalists and bloggers have been sent to prison
and murdered. The educated Iranians are there. The willingness and
motivation to change their lives are there. The polical activity is
there. The system will never allow them power to change. Khatami
achieved little and every peiece of legislation was thwarted by the
theocratic mob at the top.I am very surprised that from what you have
seen and witnessed withyour own sight and sound still leads you to
believe that these terrorists can still be reasoned with."

 the reason for a strong middle-class is not because I believe they are uneducated now. not at all. the reason is simple. change will come about when the average iranian is content with the basic necessities of life, doesnt have to work 2/3 jobs to make ends meet for their family. it is when they are independently strong that they can think about politics and activism. by these sanctions you are making ordinary families even more dependent on the regime, you are making them poorer. how do you expect them to get on with activism when they cant even feed their family? put yourself in their shoes. 

 About me being insulting, i actually think that those who want sanctions are insulting iranians intelligence. they think that somehow by depriving them of world markets and making them further dependent on the regime and poor, that they will somehow rise up and fight and change the regime! I hope you understand how i see that this is an arrogant behavior on the part of Brad Sherman's of the western world.

 

Again as I said before, change will come about no doubt and there are no easy options. one thing to keep in mind is that the leadership in iran are not immortal.  it takes time, patience and perseverance but these fools will inevitably undo themselves... so lets not give the regime a lifeline by sanctioning the very people we want to help. lets not give them an excuse by pushing for military action.

 

 

 


AMIR1973

Fred,

by AMIR1973 on

I agree, and I think you're doing the right thing. I look forward to continue reading your blogs. Regards.


Fred

Amir 1973

by Fred on

Like many I’m only doing my share to help get rid of the Islamist Rapists which is what my conscience dictates.

If it also riles up the ones you’ve diagnosed as “West-residing IRI Groupies” who are doing what their paychecks dictate so much the better.

The enormity of the ongoing crime against humanity being committed by Islamist Rapists against Iranians makes my effort shamefully miniscule and the ““West-residing IRI Groupies” irrelevant.

Take care.


Simorgh5555

Moosir

by Simorgh5555 on

This is a good opportunity to respond to your post regarding Senator Sherman and tour proposed solutions to tackle the problems in Iran.

 

I will deal with the former first. Sherman's statement sounds crass but I believe that readers should have the benefit of reading the whole statement which is as follows?

 In the 1980s, the U.S. and other countries enacted tough sanctions
against apartheid South Africa. Those sanctions did not just hit the
elite white population; they were not “targeted.” They hit the South
African economy and hit it hard. The very people we were trying to help
-- the non-white population -- were hurt.  But the sanctions created
enough economic dislocation and unrest that they literally drove a
regime to provide for its own destruction through democratic elections
– elections guaranteed to bring the ANC to power.  Ultimately, Nelson
Mandela thanked us for the sanctions.

There is an undeniable truth in this, it was external pressures through tough sanctions, political isolation and an armed resistance by the ANC which brought the apartheid regime. Economic sanctions will cause the ruin of the Iranian economy and will achieve its objective but at a heavy price. There is no painless way out of this. Because I cannot bear the slow punishment of the Iranian people I would much prefer a precision surgical strike right at the centre of the mullah regime. 

I agree that a military strike will almost inevitably unite rather than divide some Iranians against those taking action but the opposition will be short lived as evident in the NATO campaign against Milosevic. This is a natural reaction of any citizen seeing his country being attacked but after the Mullahs are finished or forced to surrender they will be happier for it. In Iraq, the overthrow of Saddam was treated with mass euphoria to begin with and US troops were overwhelmingly welcomed by the Iraqi masses. It was only the occupation which turned Iraq into a hornet's nest of terrorism and sectarian violence which generated gatred towards the West. 

You mentioned that change can come about by creating a politcally active middle class which leads me to believe we are not even talking about the same country. Infact your statement may even sound isulting to be quite frank. You make it sound that the majority of Iranians are full of uneducated masses (althoguh those thja attand the government sponsored rallies probably are.)Iran literally has thousands of young urban educated and politically conscious young men and women who simply cannot bring about change because the ultimate power lies in the judiciary, supreme leader and the council of guardians. Scores of young politically active Iranians from journalists and bloggers have been sent to prison and murdered. The educated Iranians are there. The willingness and motivation to change their lives are there. The polical activity is there. The system will never allow them power to change. Khatami achieved little and every peiece of legislation was thwarted by the theocratic mob at the top.I am very surprised that from what you have seen and witnessed withyour own sight and sound still leads you to believe that these terrorists can still be reasoned with.

Not even India and Muhatma Ghandi was able to drive the Brtish out without other factors influencing the British to end the Raj. I challenge you to name me one state which contained a despotic regime or repressive occupation where change was brought about through pure non-violent civil protest. This is impossible whether it is Mousavi proposing this idea or Shahzadeh Reza Pahlavi. This is a fantasy. 

Yes, Americans, Brits and the Israelis have done terrible things but this does not mean that their track record prevents us from taking any action. 

 


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

I have a better suggestion, sanction an Iranian

by MOOSIRvaPIAZ on

Help spread the word on how sanctions help ordinary Iranians. We must do everything we can to push west to airtight sanction ordinary iranians, because in the wise words of Senator Brad 'AIPAC' Sherman, "Critics also argued that these measures will hurt the Iranian people. Quite frankly, we need to do just that. " because in the wise words of Israeli-firsters sanctioning ordinary iranians will help them to rise up against the regime!

 

So, I propose, sanction an Iranian today! 


mahmoudg

Well done Freddie

by mahmoudg on

Keep up the good work.  I think it is now a race against time, to see which one of "us" wins quicker.  The "you", in the millions, who think deep sanctions would do the job and overthrow this rotten regime or the "me", also in the millions, who think strategic bombing campaigns on this Arab regime's assets would do the job.  Time will tell my good and dedicated Persia lover.


Simorgh5555

Excellent, Fred

by Simorgh5555 on

If you really are from Israel please can you send a Mossad team over to Tehran and knock out a few of the cockorach smelly Hezbollahis. Love them or hate them - no one has more balls than Israel. Any country. Any city. Any time. Your terrorist days are numbered. Well done. More target assassinations please.


Midwesty

Fred,

by Midwesty on

If one day we all corrupt to the extend that we can't find any but only a person to be credible on human right issues it can be anyone but you! Thanks to the Internet. 

However knowing you are pretty crafty to manufacture multiple avatars and personalities, I bet you can easily adapt to the situation and gather enough fans to order to hang our last hope for human rights.

Until then, adios!


Anonymous Observer

I agree with Amir where he says

by Anonymous Observer on

your blogs are entertaining for the heights of insanity and inanity to which they push the West-residing IRI Groupies. 

Fred, I may not agree with your posts a lot of times, but I'm glad that you are pushing the IRI's version of John Walker Lindh (SP) and other IRI rif raf to the brink of leaving such absurd comments as comparing working hours in Israel with the time of your comments.  Given the location of Israel, I'm sure that if what he says is true, that it was also working hours in South Lebanon (where his bosses reside), Beirut, Damascus (where his other bosses reside), Amman (Jordan) and many other Middle Eastern countries--including Iran.  And perhaps the problem with English is a result of a native Arabic speaker.  wouldn't that be an extremely "interesting possibility" tahgord?

This is just the height of absurdity and stupidity.  I think that it's JJ's responsibility to remove this kind of childish and really, really stupid junk from his site.   


AMIR1973

Fred,

by AMIR1973 on

Besides your own sensible views and the interesting articles you link to, your blogs are entertaining for the heights of insanity and inanity to which they push the West-residing IRI Groupies. Regards.


vildemose

Very informative. Thanks

by vildemose on

Very informative. Thanks Fred. Don't let bigots like sp discourage you. He is a nasty Islamist S. Lebanese virus who continues to infect every post. That's what viruses do after all.


Maryam Hojjat

Thanks Fred

by Maryam Hojjat on

It was great as always.  May SP becomes blind. 


Mona 19

It's not your concern ...

by Mona 19 on

what Fred's nationality/religion is & where he resides. I'm glad he lives in a civilize/democratic society ,so he's able to write freely,therefore you & your ilks can't harm/harass him. You don't like his writings , too bad , deal with it.

Mona 


Sargord Pirouz

Israeli hours

by Sargord Pirouz on

By coincidence or not, today's "Fred" posts were uploaded during working hours in Israel.

As we expect two a day, every day, to continue for this effort, we'll continue to monitor. 


Sargord Pirouz

"Fred" writing "Type AB"

by Sargord Pirouz on

This could be "Fred" writing "Type A", but it could also be a different type. We'll tentatively refer to it as "Fred" writing "Type AB."

Note, this writer's trouble with paragraph structure and grammar. It seems to suffer from different problems than the previous work posted today.

However, like the previous work, it is penned by someone who doesn't write in English as a native speaker/writer. Again, it could be the work of someone native in Persian or Hebrew, Hebrew being the more interesting possibility.