Taunting Tehran
RT in Moscow / Peter LaVelle
18-Jan-2012 (18 comments)

Interesting video to watch (skip the one minute of advertisement) 24 minutes of debate among three guests.  I agree we need more cooperation among Iranian and American people. 

recommended by Mohammad Ala



"geographically, culturally and demographically illiterate...."

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

But what else would you expect from a west residing IRI stooge?!

G.Rahmanian, Do you think that Russians would give shelter to the leadership of the Islamic regime once things get serious, or do you think that they would dump them, like the way they dumped their previous puppets in Iran, the traitor leadership of the Tudeh party? I think that these F*&%ing Ruskis would even sell their own mothers for a few Dollars...

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


What's up with RT?

by Abarmard on

Seems more aggressive against the West than a year ago.

G. Rahmanian

Roozbeh Jaan!

by G. Rahmanian on

Listen to the number of cliches with no substance she spews! After my article appeared on IC, she wrote an e-mail to someone wondering what I wanted from her. She didn't even realize her blunders. All she wants is to become famous, no matter what. Ask her about the political scene back in Iran and you'll get a blank look. She is politically, geographically, culturally and demographically illiterate when it comes to Iran.


There is a name for women who sell themselves for money...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on


G. Rahmanian

Soraya Sepahpour!

by G. Rahmanian on

Note how SS uses cliches! She has memorized a set of cliches and repeats them in every article or speech. A protege, I hear, of our ill-famed Dr. M. S!

She is an illiterate individual with no love lost for Iran and Iranians. In her article, "Pre-emptive Genocide" of April 9, 2006, she wrote the following:
"Finally, is it not the Bush Administration that bears a resemblance to Adolf Hitler by planning a nuclear attack on Iran? The radiation, mass casualties and contamination not only of the Persians, but the 2% minority(1,300,000) group living in Iran, a large number of whom(3000Jews)live in Isfahan near the Bushehr power plant is."

See how much she knows about Iran! 

Here are excerpts from a rebuttal to her views I wrote on July 21, 2007 called, "War and Peace" that was posted on IC:

"Sepahpour makes believe to have risen in defense of the "motherland" and she does not have the slightest idea about its geography. Bushehr is a city (There is a province by the same name as well.) on the southwestern coast of Iran, on the Persian Gulf. So, if Bushehr is hit it is the Khuzestanis, the Bushehris, the Hormozganis and the Arabs around the Gulf region who will pay the price in human casualties and contamination and not the Isfahanis and the "3,000 Jews" residing in Isfahan."

"It is Natanz which is located between Kashan and Isfahan in Central Iran. Natanz is more than one hundred miles away from Isfahan and twenty-five miles from Kashan. Most probably, the site near Natanz will not be hit due to the abundace of historical sites in the neighboring regions let alone the human casualties!"

"Here I would like to remind her of another blunder she has made regarding the question of minorities. Although it has been suggested by some scholars, both Iranian and non-Iranian, that after centuries of living within the borders of what was known as Persia and modern Iran, it would be almost impossible to come up with a clearcut breakdown of Iranians into minority goups, according to some estimates, the ethnic minorites of Iran comprise close to half of the population of the country and not the mere two percent(2%) she has claimed. Some estimates, however, put the figure above fifty percent(50%). Based on such statitics, there are more than 2,100,000 Khuzestani Arabs alone and the Azeris, Turkmans, Lurs and Bakhtiaris, Ghashghais, Baluchis, Gilakis and Mazandaranis and Kurds are other groups which should not be left unmentioned."


Soraya Sepahpour was great

by iamfine on

I have immense respect for her courage telling the truth and putting all facts on the table. We need more Iranians of that caliber.

Mash Ghasem

Didn't they have an after party with Ahmadi & Mashaiye?

by Mash Ghasem on

Rumors had it, they got real kinky too.

Darius Kadivar

Kako Sandis Meenooshy ? ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

long live Iran

Soraya Sepahpour is brave to my opinion.

by long live Iran on

To My opinion, Soraya is a brave woman. If we do not agree with someone, we do not need to soar. We just need to simply have our own words. Soaring means we have nothing logical to say.

Long Live IRAN for EVER.



by Faramarz on

You see, ugly is not a politically correct term.

You should have used more subtle terms or phrases like, Beauty-challenged, not-Miss-Universe-material, couldn't get a job at Hooters if the rest of the applicants were male, Hugh Hefner would rather go gay than ask her to move into the mansion, etc.!

Anonymous Observer

How come calling Soraya Sepahpour Ulrich ugly

by Anonymous Observer on

grounds for deletion of the comment?  Should we praise her looks now?  

G. Rahmanian

Lucky Iranians!

by G. Rahmanian on

With Russians on their side, Iranians should not worry about anything. Of course, that is until a western country offers Russians a deal they cannot turn down!

Miss Russia's shedding crocodile tears for "Iranians" was amusing. Which Iranians was she talking about? The more than 50% of the population under the poverty line? Or millions of Iranians in diaspora? Or perhaps the prisoners of conscience?

Her cliches were outrageous. Imposing sanctions means declaring war? Really? I wonder what her reaction has been to China's refusal to sell rare earth to Japan? Has she also called that, declaration of war? Or is that a different story?

Dr. Mohandes

The Class clowns!

by Dr. Mohandes on

OOhhh the peanut gallery is in attendance. whoohoo!! You know it is funny though. I think these idiots are being laughed at and humiliated in broad day light by the media without them even knowing it.

The best possible subtle treatment they can get. Shall save the best for last.

They should know that their arbabs back at home are so desparare and are going banannas . They could not stop at Stealing the usual way that they do, so now they have started sending Jeere khorz to rooftops Stealing LVNs and sattelite dishes. Dozdi in broad day light.  


IRI, the new worker's paradise & thorn in the side of Gr8 Satan

by AMIR1973 on

And if you don't believe that, you are a Zionist-Mossad-AIPAC-CIA-MI6-Follower of Maryam & Massoud, Joooo-loving, turncoat/traitor...

Rea's comment is absolutely on the mark.


The only parallel to RT is Fox news

by Rea on

Real b/shit Soviet propaganda. Just nicely wrapped up. 

PS. Ulrich, hope it's not a Slavic name. Have been researching for a while, hard to trace it though.

long live Iran

Great Debate!

by long live Iran on

It was a great debate. This guy Mark was just talking based on his assumption. He could not prove what he was claiming. Thanks the rest to be so rational. 

Sorry some of you guys who commented on the appearance of the people than their words.

And sorry for some Maram and Masoud (M&M)`s slave that they have been so badly brain washed that can not stand and see the realty.

I am sorry for them that M&M couple just used them to continue their dictatorship.

Long Live Iran for EVER. 


Russia Today, a Kremlin mouthpiece, is a favorite venue of IRI

by AMIR1973 on

Groupies who reside in the West. You have to love it: they support the propaganda outlet of a state that has invaded Iran on numerous occasions, annexed Iranian territory, had designs on other portions of Iran after WW2, gotten major concessions from the IRI as far as rights to the Caspian Sea, etc -- and yet, they cannot possibly be bothered to live either under the rule of the wonderful IRI or the lovely Russian mafia regime. Where do these folks choose to live? Why, in the Great Satan, of course, or elsewhere in the "decadent, evil, imperialist West". Gotta love it....


 AO: LOL  A state of

by vildemose on


 A state of war only serves as an excuse for domestic tyranny.--Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.