Supreme Mistake

Khamenei has has doomed himself to the fate of the fort


Supreme Mistake
by William R. Stimson

Since he stole the majority of the people’s votes in last year’s election, Iran’s Supreme Leader has also stolen for himself, or tried to, every other public occasion all through the year. Already by far the most powerful tyrant Iran has ever known, he demonstrated again and again, all year long, before the shocked eyes of the world to what unbelievably murderous and perverted lengths he will go not just to snuff out every last vestige of his people’s freedom – but to break their very spirit.

On the first anniversary of the stolen election he had his riot police and government toughs out in greater numbers than ever before to arrest and intimidate anyone who dared speak out. People largely kept off the streets. His forces quickly dispersed the very few, and very small, scattered protests.

No matter how much it’s been beaten back by the brutality of the Supreme Leader, there is still a voice in Iran that’s free. Thanks to one little old lady, it continues to tell the world, like it has all year long, that the people of Iran don’t approve of their Supreme Leader. They want their country back. They want to elect a leader who will address the real problems of the nation and serve not his interests, but theirs. It also continues to tell the world, like it has all year long, that Iran’s Supreme Leader doesn’t approve of his people. He wants to mold them to be something other than what they are. He wants to domesticate them, make them into a herd of tame goats, and keep the country essentially to himself for his own corrupt profit, his own narrow and twisted ideology, and his own Medieval geo-political vision.

This man tries to command Iran not with compassion and mercy but with fear and brute force. An impressive stone fort once similarly tried to command the Atlantic coast of Florida.

Backed against a trackless and impenetrable swamp, its massive walls and many cannons all faced the sea – making it impregnable. But it fell to a conquistador who slogged his men, in heavy armor, through the steamy and tangled swamp to attack from behind. Backed by his shallow misinterpretation of Islam, Iran’s Supreme Leader directs all the forces at his command to defend himself against his own people’s legitimate demands for fair play, compassion, and decency – and would seem on this first anniversary of the election to have won the day. In fact he has doomed himself to the fate of the fort. Had he not defended himself the way he did, he could never have been defeated. As it is now, nothing can possibly save him.

It’s only a matter of time before enough Iranians with Islamic compassion and mercy in their hearts come up from behind to expose him for the fraud he is. Against this, the willingness of his revolutionary guards and Basiji to assault the innocent people of Iran will not avail.

William R. Stimson, Taiwan's National Chi Nan University.


Sargord Pirouz

Gentlemen, the hate: "Since

by Sargord Pirouz on

Gentlemen, the hate:

"Since he stole the majority of the people’s votes in last year’s election"

Antithesis (required in any academic analysis): 


"Already by far the most powerful tyrant Iran has ever known"

This statement is ignorant of pre-79 political conditions, as well as historical example such as Nadir Shah, just to name one example. As such, this is pure hate speech.

"An impressive stone fort once similarly tried to command the Atlantic coast of Florida."


"Against this, the willingness of his revolutionary guards and Basiji to assault the innocent people of Iran will not avail."
If he's referring to post-election law enforcement efforts, he's plainly ignorant of the fact that the primary responsibility for such fell upon NAJA.

Anyway, the brief article is a hateful screed. Just look at the obtuse analogy, the ignorant misperceptions and the hateful tone. This is not worthy of an academic, even one from a two-bit, unknown university.

I despise fascists and stalinists

S. Pirouz, please point out 'hate'

by I despise fascists and st... on

Sargoh Pirouz,

your blood pressure is rising when someone questions your paymasters. Where is the hate in this email?

 Don't know about your family, but you are a disgrace.



More articles by William R. Stimson

by thexmaster on





Very truthful as well as passionate. Only an idealogical zealot would find hate in this by way of projection.  


Who the heck is this Sargord Pirouz

by thexmaster on

And why is he constantly posting IRI propaganda on multiple sites, and is always the first to post on the NIAC blog.

Looks like agent pirouz couldn't dig up any zionist links with this author, so he just denounces the school.  How lazy.

I hope your kids learn from their fathers mistakes and not lead a life of lies and deception, if you actually have any kids.


Sargord Piruz

by Manam_Babak on

It is easy to see how much it hurts you to see that the true nature of your master (the mass murderer) is beeing reviled.


well said

by mahmoudg on

Even two but universities with unknow authors have risen up against the tyranny of the Islamic rule.  1400 years plus 30 years on top of it is enough to make one sick to the stomach of Islam and its rule over our beloved Iran.  How sweet it would be when surgical attacks will finally cleanse our Nation from the like of this cockroach and his followers.


"To expose him for the fraud he is????"

by Demo on

“The truth has now come to light, and falsehood has withered away; for, behold, all falsehood is bound to wither away.” (Verse 81 of Chapter 17 in Quran)

The truth really hearts sometimes even if one is hiding himself/herself behind a “Sargord” avatar of the Shah’s era!!!!


This mass murderer deserves his own islamist punishment:

by fooladi on

در جریان کشتار ۶۷ در زندان گوهردشت در میانه‌های راه وقتی که موضوع قتل‌عام از پرده بیرون افتاد و دیگر پاسداران نیازی به نقش بازی کردن نداشتند، زندانیان را به صراحت تهدید می‌کردند که لگد آخر را خودشان به سینه‌ آن‌ها خواهند زد. در جریان این کشتار در زندان گوهردشت در حالی که زندانیان را روی چهارپایه و صندلی قرار داده و طناب دار را به گردنشان انداخته بودند پاسداران با زدن لگد به شکمشان، آن‌ها را از روی چهارپایه به پایین پرت کرده و موجبات خفه شدن‌شان را فراهم می‌کردند.




Iranians will NEVER accept a Dictator for EVER!

by Anonymouse on

Khamenei is a dictator and he had said so himself when he compared how Iran would respond vs how Soviet Union or other Eastern countries such as Poland responded to color revolutions.

If Iranians could stand a dictator they'd not have gotten rid of Shah and they'd not have tried it at least twice in the constitutional revolution and later in the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry.

They tried again under the Green umbrella revolution as our own homegrown "color" revolution and it is childish to think it ends there.  Things are getting worse which makes Iranians that much more impatient and less tolerant of the dictator.

Death to Dictator! is the slogan of our time just like Death to Shah! was the slogan in the late 70s. 

Everything is sacred


Never mind who said it

by comrade on

What is being said always has the right to be judged on its own merit. Always.

A wise man does not ignore a child who cries "fire".

Every Day We Get A Little Bit Closer!

Sargord Pirouz

Who the heck is this William

by Sargord Pirouz on

Who the heck is this William R. Stimson, and who on earth has heard of Chi Nan University?

Looks like they have anti-ran cheerleaders in two-bit schools in Taiwan.

Glad the kids in my family aren't being taught by persons capable of such hateful screeds.  

Maryam Hojjat

Supreme Bastard!

by Maryam Hojjat on

 Very true of this supreme bastard what you said in your blog.  Thanks for your truthfulness.

Darius Kadivar

"Thanks to one little old lady, it continues to tell the world"

by Darius Kadivar on

Indeed :



The Crown from the Usurper's  head Will Be Restored to It's Legitimate Owner  ... ( I Will Let You Guess who he is ;0) ...for Your Next Article ... )

Macbeth (Act 5, Scene 5, lines 17-28)

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
To the last syllable of recorded time,
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more: it is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.

Part I:


Part II: