Iran's own

Fred
by Fred
01-Jul-2010
 

Today, President Obama is scheduled to sign into law the recently passed HR 2194, the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010.

Although not as “comprehensive” as its title claims it to be, it is nevertheless a step in the right direction. 

One of the strong features of the new law denies the President the power of making blanket exemption on any country. Instead, the president may waive sanctions on companies for 12 months on a case-by-case basis as long as he certifies to Congress that the country where the company is based is cooperating with U.S.-led multilateral efforts to isolate IRR, the Islamist Rapists Republic.

Because of this feature alone many companies have already stopped doing business with the Islamist Rapists and the U.S. Treasury will make sure others will soon follow.

This law will make Islamist Rapists much more vulnerable to the masses of fed up Iranians yearning freedom.

Now the lawmakers in DC, Democracy Central, should quickly augment the new law with legislations mandating material support to the Iranian democracy advocates inside Iran empowering them to overthrow their Islamist Rapist tyrants, write and sign their own emancipation proclamation.

Today has the potential to be remembered by the future generations as the genesis of Iran’s own 22 September 1862.

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Marjaneh

correlation, shmorelation

by Marjaneh on

This poster was asking about his/her blog's specific correlation to the link (in reference to her initial post), not the OBVIOUS issue of a political uprising, but obviously hadn't made it clear enough for the poster . This poster, was , in particular looking for a correlation to justify the poster's  propositions of official regime change in his/her blog and the link.

As the poster has quoted from his/her own link:

"...Reagan, Thatcher, the Pope, Carrillo (head of communist Spain); NATO, Christians, Western communists, liberals, conservatives, and socialists - all voiced support for Solidarity's cause....

The CIA [is the funding, UN-wise legal?] and Catholic Church provided funds, equipment and training to the Solidarity underground. "

from your blog ONCE AGAIN:

"...Now the lawmakers in DC, Democracy Central, should quickly augment the new law with legislations mandating material support ..."

 

 

If the poster doesn't/can't/refuses to see the difference between voicing support together with "unofficial" government  funding, as opposed to a government legislation or at least explain the "rationale", this poster is postered out, but thanks the poster for his/her posts.

Every fascism is an index of a failed revolution - Walter Benjamin


Fred

cyclicforward

by Fred on

Believe it or not Qom has got a bad wrap; Qomies are some of the most anti-Islamist Rapist Republic in Iran.

Besides, IRR has done enough destruction, its fall should be the beginning of reconstruction.


cyclicforward

Fred,

by cyclicforward on

I hope the sanctions work and it can help free Iranians. Meanwhile I also hope that someone manage to flatten Qom once and for all. No more Mullahs in Iran.


Fred

Correlation

by Fred on

The poster asks:

What does your link have to do with your blog? Correlation(s), please?”

This section might help:

No other movement in the world was supported by such a wide gamut: Reagan, Thatcher, the Pope, Carrillo (head of communist Spain); NATO, Christians, Western communists, liberals, conservatives, and socialists - all voiced support for Solidarity's cause. US President Ronald Reagan imposed sanctions on Poland, which would eventually force the government to soften its policies. The CIA and Catholic Church provided funds, equipment and training to the Solidarity underground. And the Polish people still supported what remained of the movement, demonstrating through masses held by priests such as Jerzy Popieluszko, who would himself later become a martyr of the cause.”  

 

If the poster still cannot see the “correlation(s)” with Iran, then it has to be left at that.


Marjaneh

Knowing logic is a good thing

by Marjaneh on

The poster might care not to play games,

(as in his/her post creating silly "traps".However, my fault also for assuming that you had my posts pigeonholed into your anti-semite section )

- playful is OK though - but  to read some logic and as s/he is so good at searching, s/he can find his/her own material to ponder upon.

Knowing  logic is a good thing.

 

 

What does your link (http://www.gdansk-life.com/poland/solidarity
have to do with your blog? Correlation(s), please?:

From your own link (just by browsing through):

"Despite
aggression and propaganda from the ruling party, extremely limited
resources a
nd pre-election polls that promised a communist victory,
Solidarity managed to push forward a campaign that surprised everyone,
including themselves. 
"

From your blog:

"Now the lawmakers in DC, Democracy Central, should quickly augment the
new law with legislations mandating material support to the Iranian
democracy advocates inside Iran empowering them to overthrow their
Islamist Rapist tyrants, write and sign their own emancipation
proclamation." 

 

Thanks, Fredsy, for the compliment! I'm dreadful at history....Oh and don't forget the killings, enormous loss of life, just before the proclamation in 1862!

signed

The Poster

P.S. I found my teeth. One of them is positively regal.

 

Every fascism is an index of a failed revolution - Walter Benjamin


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An attack on Iran brings disater to US economy

by I Voted Ahmadinejad on

US will never do that;however, the opposintion is more than welcome to sit and wait,whic has been their stradegy for past 33years, for an American attack.On the other hand, also, Israel knows has no-enough mean to strike Iran and the consequences of such attack will be too expensive for Israel to absorb. Keep on deaming just like you have been doing since invasion of Iraq in 2003, your day will come but in hell

ram jams


Fred

Knowing history is a good thing

by Fred on

The poster might care to read up on the more recent history of Poland, the randomly searched link below might be a good start.

Knowing history is a good thing.

http://www.gdansk-life.com/poland/solidarity


Marjaneh

Polish people would say to me:

by Marjaneh on

Shalom, Dzien dobry, Guten Tag,

Dziekuje!

For standing up for them not to be slaughtered.

 

 

 

Fredsy, please stick to your own topic. 

 

1. UN Charta didn't exist in 1939

2. you, as usual, were advocating that the U.S. finances a regime change, which, once again, is ILLEGAL.

3. Err, why do you think the U.S. is going the route of "threat to security" instead?

4. I don't have time now for more points; have to find my teeth.

 

 

And anyway, insinuation's about Hitler and my post are plain silly.

Not to mention the fact that one insane monster's actions do not justify that of another.

 

 

 

Every fascism is an index of a failed revolution - Walter Benjamin


Fred

One example of many

by Fred on

A poster in part says:

How many times do I have to tell you that it is ILLEGAL according to the United Nation's Charta for a sovereign state to change the regime of another SOVEREIGN STATE, willy-nilly.”

One wonders what, for instance, Polish people would say to this poster?


Marjaneh

ARGH, Fred!

by Marjaneh on

you wrote:

"Now the lawmakers in DC, Democracy Central, should quickly augment the
new law with legislations mandating material support to the Iranian
democracy advocates inside Iran empowering them to overthrow their
Islamist Rapist tyrants, write and sign their own emancipation
proclamation."

 

How many times do I have to tell you that it is ILLEGAL according to the United Nation's Charta for a sovereign state to change the regime of another SOVEREIGN STATE, willy-nilly.

 

No matter how extremist right-wing insane barbarians attempt to phrase it!

 

Fredsy, the way you carry on, soon the Iranian people won't be fed up, but Fred-up!

 

Why don't you just send off Sarah Palin for a trip over there to view Russia from another window? She'd scare the living daylights out of everybody in the regime.

There, problem solved.

 

 

Every fascism is an index of a failed revolution - Walter Benjamin


Sargord Pirouz

Fred/Ted, you are the

by Sargord Pirouz on

Fred/Ted, you are the archetype anti-Iran cheerleader.

Again, what happened to your planned trip to Iran? Too busy anti-Iran cheerleading to go? 


Anonymous8

UR wrong!

by Anonymous8 on

nobody is going to go against IRI because of sanctions. we have survived worst and we will survive this. zionists can go to hell.

if you want to kill the greens, go ahead and give "material support" from us. I support it!