Dear Dr. Arash Irandoost, Ken Timmerman, Hassan Dai, and PDMI et al.
This is going to be fun. Here is what has been said:
"by arash Irandoost on Sun Sep 16, 2012 05:05 PM PDT: [Ken Timmerman] was an expert witness on [sic] a recent 9/11 trial, when the judge ruled that IRI corroborated [sic] with AlQaeda ...."
What's your Ph.D in? Not knowing the difference between the words "collaboration" and "corroboration"?
"by arash Irandoost on Sun Sep 16, 2012 05:05 PM PDT: ... I have read all Ken's books."
You better ask Ken Timmerman to write a dictionary and then read the dictionary before gloating that you are, "published in numerous magazines around the world ... a researcher and literary translator."
My first point is that Iranian leaders are required to be literate -- it's also probably why you mixed-up the words "Iran" and "Israel" when making your 'Pro Democracy Movement of I[ran].' Who is a member of this movement of Iran? Nobody I know. But I will pretend to understand what you wrote, otherwise this article will turn into a free kindergarten class for you in English diction, journalism, and translation - subjects that you seem to be a self-proclaimed expert in along with investigating Al-Qaeda on behalf of world-wide Jewry.
The second, and more important, point is that the vast majority of Iranians (80 mil. of them) view individuals like Ken Timmerman, who buddies up to militant terror groups in Iraq on behalf of the Jewish Lobby, as ... (How should I put this?) ... garbage! You know those "conspiracy theories" where people go around saying it's hard to trust Jews? Well, bingo dada, I think that's the kind of thing they are talking about and the people that support PDMI, like Timmerman, are the ones that create those reputions.
Hopefully you recognize Ken making nicey-nice with an armed militant in Iraq in the photo I provided above. Oops! I'm sure some jive reason will follow (Let me guess: He was selling them bagels and investigating Al-Qaeda, right?). If that had been Trita Parsi in the photo instead of Kenny-boy, right-wing Rabbis from LA to NY would have been on CNN screaming about it.
PDMI's official page shills for Ken Timmerman who is running for public office and Kenny-boy works with the Jewish Lobby. Here's what PDMI's page says about Kenny-boy:
"In his book, Ken [Timmerman] masterfully exposes IRI nuclear ambitions and IRI and Al-Qaeda cooperation, when Osama's family was hiding in Iran during and after the 9/11. ... With Ken in the Congress, Iranian[ ]-Americans will have an ally on their side in Washington ...." - PDMI (A direct quote from your site).
Ken Timmerman's writings prove nothing approaching the wild conclusions he spreads around like a farmer spreads around manure. His books are moneymaking and self-promotion devices based on rumors, contrivances, speculation, and (if I had to guess) a prescription to Jamaican 'Wacky Weed.' His work is nothing more than shilling for the Jewish Lobby. If you missed it, I put a video up of last week showing Timmerman's Iranophobic rants, hate-mongering, and lunatic theories. (See Timmerman defame Iranians before a Jewish congregation.)
The court case that you are referring to, where you state Iran lost, was a default judgment (when one side does not show up in court the side that shows up wins). Do you know what you accomplished with your explanation of that case? You have shown the public that PDMI, and the Jewish interests behind it, are dishonest. If I had to guess, Iran most likely did not defend that case for the same reason Israel does not want to defend a case in Iran (sovereign nations ordinarily use legal resolution procedures that guarantee the appearance of impartiality by the tribunal). For some reason, I think you knew that Ahmadinejad was not going be showing up in the Brooklyn courtroom of the Honorable Rabbi Shlomo Gerberstein.
PDMI's website goes on to state, "Knowing full well how much Iranians care passionately for their motherland and particularly Azarbaijan. NIAC is simply using its divide and conquer tactic." Huh? So, NIAC now is involved in the issue of separatism in Azarbaijan? That's rich. Let me explain something to you: If you click this link you will see that one of the people stoking those movements is a billionaire Jew named Ishak Nazarian who previously served in the Israeli army. I am pretty sure Trita Parsi is not working with him, but I would not put it past any of you to weave that into your tapestry of fraud and wear it around your neck like a Hebrew prayer shawl.
You ask a question:
"by arash Irandoost on Sun Sep 16, 2012 01:44 PM PDT: ... Can Jews not call themselves "PDMI"?"
Of course Jews can call themselves the 'Pro Democracy Movement of Iran,' if they disclose up front that they are shilling for the Israeli lobby and prove they are not writing under fraudulent pseudonyms to prop up a group or individuals nobody would otherwise support. That's why your types are disliked: Dishonesty.
You have one chip left to cash: Hassan Dai says that, 'Trita Parsi was paid by the CIA.' I will keep an open mind on this point, but do you know the saying: 'Put up shut up' ? Well, Put up or shut up.
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