Congratulations Iranian.com! You made 'the list'* unless you want to explain why members of a religious movement are given special privileges on this site to use overt hate speech (under the widely accepted legal definition of “hate speech”) against racial and ethnic classifications, while you repetitively have censored those persons that object to the conduct. Yes, we are still available to interview the owners and operators of Iranian.com. If we interview you in-person or over Skype, you will get more views than you could ever have hoped for from a single video. If you are not motivated by integrity, then let it be from publicity.
Go out on a limb: Show the public you are doing something legitmate and newsworthy instead of applying selective standards for censorship while fostering racial, ethnic, and religous sterotypes on an arbitrary basis and while receiving advertising revenue from special interest groups that have a vested interest in the "news items" published on this site that malign others.
And the next time someone comes along on this site (assuming you admit them to this site) and says to you:
'Hey Iranian.com, you accept money from Bahai special interest groups, while the Baha'i movement says "daughters are given priority in education," and you (IC) ban and censor people that object to the crude stereotypes Bahai's rely on and make against others (while accepting Bahai funds), and then you block people that want to object' ... Tell them the following:
According to a 'Fatwa' of the 'Arab Barbarians' on the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals “[d]iscrimination because one fails to act in the way expected of a man or woman” is still discrimination. Schwenk v. Hartford, 204 F.3d 1187, 1202 (9th Cir. 2000). Giving preferences in education - whether to men or women - is still gender discrimination. And a person who comes along on IC and dislikes the Bahai faith and objects to IC receiving money from it while IC permits adherents of that group to demean the majority of the Iranian community is not necessarily a 'mullah,' or an 'agent of the government of Iran' and must be given equal rights to post on this website if we are to have a shred of legitimacy and not be classified as a hate group and registered as such by the organizations that monitor that activity.
Do you want to know the e-mail I have sitting in my inbox right now? It says, and I quote: "Ask JJ and the Admin on IC why they will let the User-ID 'Ayatoilet' but not 'BahalluahToilet.' "
Oh, Princes of integrity and impartiality, what do you want me to tell them?
* Incidentally, when you get on 'the list' of individuals associated with known hate movements made by the career professionals that monitor those groups, it is a stain you will not be able to wash off.
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