Record turnout in Iran presidential poll
12-Jun-2009 (12 comments)

There has been record turnout for Iran's closely-fought election as incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad seeks a second term in office. "Voter turnout has been unprecedented," election commission chief Kamran Daneshjoo said, as long queues were reported at polling stations. Polling has been extended by two hours to 2000 local time (1530 GMT).

Darius Kadivar

Popularity IS NOT ALWAYS Legitimacy ...

by Darius Kadivar on

Particularly given the circumstances in which these elections took place given the numerous candicancies OUTSIDE the System who were rejected ...



I guess you have a

by nojanthegreat on

I guess you have a copyright over Ferdousi picture and Iranian listen to you and didn’t vote.

you should be right this time too.

and since you have your man in hamas embassy please help me get mines sooner.

Darius Kadivar

Daryush You forgot your Palestinian passport ... ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

You sure have a great contradiction

Highjkackes Ferdowsi photo and the name of Three Great Persian Kings in support for the most ARABIZED Dynasty in Iranian History.

Oh by the way Your Palestinian Passport is Available at HAMAS Embassy.

The Real Iranzamin Shall Rise in a BLUE WAVE that will Hit you so hard you won't even realize it:

And in the Name of My Persian Ancestors ... UP YOURS !



I voted for Ahmadinejad

by Daryush on

He stands up for Iran.

Economy daaghun
Social Rights daaghun
geruni sar sAm Avar
faghr bidAd

At least let us have our pride.


i know, his majesty was

by nojanthegreat on

i know, his majesty was doing great a year ago , but I think he is surrounded with people who lost a lot in 1979 . they are pulling him back in to past.

he need to

1 understand things have change .

2 get to know his country and its legal system better

3 stop attacking the regime and start working to galvanize people to

stand not to the government but to Iran’s enemies.

4 and find the true barrier to Iran’s economical and social progress . blaming IRI is not enough we are to blame too .and for god sake we all know what this friendly western country did to Iran and his majesty’s father and grand father.

and before I forget , thanks kadivar that mean a lot too me coming from you

Darius Kadivar

As if You Cyber Bazaris were Any Better ... ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

MON Q, BIG BOY, nojanthegreat

Keep' Em Coming You ARE HILARIOUS !





such a profound statement, Kadivar

by Q on

looks like your worst fears have come true. The only thing your boycott de-ligitimized was yourself!

Big Boy


by Big Boy on

Reza Pahlavi is neither popular nor legitimate...double whammy!

Darius Kadivar

nojanthegreat ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on


Your Funny !!


well actually i am not into

by nojanthegreat on

well actually i am not into get famouse , especialy here.

are you ?

kadivar , my favorite frenchi, you seem to have problem with the way my picture is ,  so stop looking at it. you start to creep me out .

i know franks are in fashion but they are also uptodate.

but as far as i see here you live in past old fart. ( see i am young and you are old remmeber )

so please if i ever wanted a fashion tip i ask you ok?


Darius Kadivar

nojanthegreat I understand your great urge ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

As a newcomer To be Famous on this site. That is a nice hat you've got ...

Just make sure to put it on straight. You look like Khomeiny on the Moon !



Blah blah blah Typical

by nojanthegreat on

Blah blah blah

Typical reaction.

If no one shows in election day , you would say oh Iranian government is isolated.

When a lot shows you try to find other excuses.

We should had done this in the past. This is a fresh start and people need to remember to vote on parliament and shora elections down the road if they really like to improve their life.