Iranians Lost their Hopes again

February 16, 2011

Last night when Iranians saw the US and Obama’s position, and when they read the statement of Mousavi, they lost their hopes again. They should be disappointed. They should be frustrated. What could they do in this shameful condition?

As I said before, Iranians need two things more than anything else:

1- A group of organizers and leaders, or a strong media, that could be acceptable for all people and could mobilize and organize them.

2- A real support of the outside world.

American revolution had the help of France, Russian revolution had the help of Germany, and French revolution had the help of England. If the West and the World really don’t want the Iran’s regime, they should help Iranians. At least in the same way that they help Egypt and Egyptians.

The game is over Mr. Mousavi

February 16, 2011

Mousavi, an ex-revolutionary that is known as the opposition leader, dashed the people’s hope again. He put another stupid statement in his website,, and said : ‘the regime, and the opportunists of the outside world that have used of your movement for their own aim, attack your peaceful movement … We, the green movement, want the Islamic revolution. We want to revive and restore the principle of Emam Khomeini and Islamic revolution … We just want the run of all parts of the Constitution.’

Mr. Mousavi, you are stupid and coward. You disappointed Iranians again. You and the US have a same goal: ‘keeping the regime stable and safe.’ Iranians were killed in the streets yesterday. Now they are tortured in jails. Look at people’s comments on your website. They hate you more than the regime now, because you betrayed them again.

Mr. Mousavi, the game is over. Now anyone could understand that you are stupid and betrayer. Today some of the students are in the streets and fight with the barbarism without you and without any foreign support or media coverage. They are alone now. But tomorrow all of them will find a leader or organizer and finally topple the regime and the theocracy. That day you would be on trail for betrayal in 2009 to 2011 and for killing 4,000 prisoners in the late of 1980s.

Mr. Mousavie the history don’t forget and forgive your betrayal and your stupidness.

Obama, Egypt and Iran

February 16, 2011

Yesterday, 15 Feb, Baraqqi said: ‘ My hope and expectation is that we’re going to continue to see the people of Iran have the courage to be able to express their yearning for greater freedoms and a more representative government, understanding that America cannot ultimately dictate what happens inside of Iran any more than it could inside of Egypt What’s been different is the Iranian government’s response, which is to shoot people and beat people and arrest people … Each country is different, each country has its own traditions, and America can’t dictate what happens in these societies ‘ [1]

I live in Iran and I can see how Iranians feel anger at Obama. I feel anger too, and now I should try to control my own anger. Baraqqi pretends ignorance. He pretends that we want greater freedoms, while we don’t have anything like freedom, and we could not even breath here, if you know what I mean. Baraqqi pretends that we want a more representative government, while we don’t have anything like representative government and we live under a great tyranny. Baraqqi pretends that America has not dictated what happens in Egypt or Tunisia or other counteries. But we know the truth and see the obvious facts.

Egypt has revealed the double standard and hypocrisy of the West again. We saw how the West, and especially the US, put enormous pressure on Mubarak and Egypt. We have not forgotten the Obama’s speeches and his tone about Egypt yet. “We therefore urge the Egyptian government to move swiftly to explain the changes that have been made, and to spell out in clear and unambiguous language the step by step process that will lead to democracy … There must be restraint by all parties. Violence must be forsaken. It is imperative that the government not respond to the aspirations of their people with repression or brutality. The voices of the Egyptian people must be heard … they must know that they will continue to have a friend in the United States of America” [2]

We have not forgotten the statement of the five great European countries about Egypt, the speeches of Clinton, Gates, Hague, Cameron, etc about Egypt. We have not forgotten how the US and EU wanted to topple Mubarak. And we have not forgotten how the US and EU toppled the Shah in Iran with the same scenario. We know what New York Times and other said : ‘ The Obama administration is discussing with Egyptian officials a proposal for Mubarak to resign immediately and turn over power to a transitional government headed by Omar Suleiman with the support of the Egyptian military … the Obama administration has no consistent policy other than to take the temperature in Tahriri Sq. … Obama decided that telling Mubarak to start getting the Hell out now … Does Obama think the Egyptian people will thank us for our help in shoving Mubarak aside?’ [5]

The West and Western media repeatedly say: ‘Our caution stems from the same fear that appeared to guide our response in June 2009: that a clear U.S. call for regime change in Iran would allow Khamenei to cast the protest movement as a creation of the West.’ But does a clear U.S. call for regime change in Egypt did not allow Mubarak to cast the protest movement as a creation of the West ?? Mubarak regime repeatedly said that Egyptians don’t listen to foreign media, they want to deceive you. Suleiman said: ‘ Egyptians do not listen to the stations and the satellites that have no goal other than sedition and to weaken Egypt’s image and its image’ [4] Even Mubarak in his last speech said: ‘ it is shameful and I will not, nor will ever accept to hear foreign dictations, whatever the source might be or whatever the context it came in … We will prove that we are not followers or puppets of anybody, nor we are receiving orders or dictations from anybody — any entity, and no one is making the decision for us except the Egyptians.’ [3]

The world should think more about all the West’s excuses and double standards. Now Washingtonpost says [1]:

Obama addressed the Iranian demonstrations Tuesday with a large measure of caution , calling on Iran’s leaders to allow protesters to express their grievances but stopping short of calling for a change in government …. Obama’s careful formulation, outlined during a morning news conference, highlighted the sharp differences between the political dynamic that his administration faces in Iran and the one that shaped the recent revolt in Egypt … In the final days of Egypt’s unrest, Obama aligned himself with the demonstrators’ demand for a new government. With Iran he has not been so bold His call Tuesday for Iran’s government to allow peaceful protest echoed the one he made after the Green Movement emerged on Tehran’s streets in 2009, a response many criticized as tepid

We should think more about the real policy of the US and EU about the Iran’s regime. I will write more about it later.






my News of Iran, 15 Feb, 3

February 16, 2011

3pm: The Internet speed is 1b/s !!

3pm: The identity of the killed person is revealed. “Sanee Zhale”, 26, was student of Art University in Tehran. He was a Kurd and lived with his family in Kurdestan. The regime has many many problems with Kurds in the past years.

3pm: the stupid regime has said that “Sanee Zhale” was a Basiji !! they want to arrange a funeral for him at 16 Feb ! It’s a new tactic. But it’s like a suicide for them. the people just need an excuse for more gathering and rally

3pm: Apparently today the Art University has been closed by students. they have not attended their class.

4pm: the regime really wants to suicide. the state TV said: “Members of the parliament (i.e the Basiji thugs) declare that Mousavi and Karoubi should be executed!” and then show footage of the parliament that they chanted : Death to Mousavi, Death to Karoubi, Death to Khatami. They show this footage repeatedly.

4pm: if the regime arrests Mousavi or Karoubi officially, It could be the best case for the people. This could be the fianl spark for a revolution; the regime will be gone after that. Now the people say: ‘Please arrest Mousavi, please, please. We want a revolution and you get it to us.’

4pm: the state TV showed Ali Larijani, the speaker of parliament and a Basiji thug, while he said: ‘if they want to hold a demonstration against God or Islam, could we allow them? the punishment for the enemies of God or Islam is clear. (death)’ It’s the real face and nature of Islam

5pm: In city of Rasht, in Northern Iran, thousands of people were in the main streets and fought against Basiji thugs.

5pm: the state TV said: ‘ 150 conspirators were arrested yesterday’. if we multiply it by their normal error factor (10) we could conclude that at least 1500 people were arrested in yesterday.

6pm: the state TV said: ‘ Terrorists and Mojahedin group killed 2 students and wounded 9 others yesterday’ !! They think the world and the people are as stupid as them. But it proves that at least hundreds of people were killed or wounded yesterday.

7pm: the state TV repeatedly show the footage of the parliament. People have become very angry and tomorrow is a destination day. The parliament of regime wants the death of protesters and death of Mousavi and Karoubi! and clearly declares it to the outside world. I think the regime is sure that it would not be faced with a serious backlash from the US & EU.

7pm: Actually Mousavi is finished for many people but still could be a good final spark for a revolution. Please arrest him ASAP.

7pm: The Internet speed is as before, the Iranian websites are down, HTTPS and other ports are blocked, Satellite channels and phones and other communication tools are down. And today we don’t have any serious protests in Tehran.

8pm: the state TV repeatedly ask the people to attend the funeral of “Sanee Zhale” in tomorrow morning, 16 Feb. the regime is a masterpiece of hypocrisy . Tomorrow is an important day for Iranians and Iran.

8pm: The identity of second killed person is revealed. “Mohamad Mokhtari”, 22, was shot by Basiji thugs.

8pm: Mr. Obama finally opened his mouth and said bullshit again like 2009. Mr. Obama, Iranians are brave enough and don’t need your stupid advice, but you are coward and hypocrite. I hope the world could see your real face.

10pm: the regime tries to deceive the outside world, and the CNN headline says: ‘the parliament of Iran Condemns Protests’. shame on you Western media. Your news, headlines and reports are full of hypocrisy. Instead of taking the piss out of the regime and its parliament, instead of emphasizing the need of urgent help, you make fun of yourselves.

10pm: Iranians are very very angry, but they need an organizer, a leader. Mousavi is better than ultra-coward Khatami, but he is an ex-revolutionary too, and just wants to save the Islamic Revolution. He said and showed it many times. Iranians have nothing, no media, no communication tools, no support, nothing. The regime uses modern tools, but the people have just ancient tools. Our condition is worse than the Slavery Age.

11pm: Tomorrow morning, Tehran would be a battlefield again, for a very very unfair battle.

11pm: bye for now