Bastard Assad and Khamenei

March 31, 2011

Bashar Assad, and we call him “Bastard Assad” is a close friend of Khamenei. Both of them are among The Greatest Bastards .Yesterday, Bastard Assad said bullshit again, and Khamenei’s TV showed his speech live! The state TV, or Khamenei’s TV show the fake demonstration of Bastard Assad’s thugs/dogs. In fact, their positions on Syria are the exact opposite of their position on Egypt or Bahrain. Bastard Assad, has blamed foreign conspirators and satellite television channels for two weeks of widespread unrest that has challenged his regime. He said “conspirators” were pushing an “I-s-r-a-e-l-i agenda”! He said changes to governance in Syria could be considered, but only after the country became more stable and economic conditions improved !! He did acknowledge that “mistakes”!! had been made in the southern city of Deraa where security forces shot dead more than 100 unarmed demonstrators. . It shows that he is exactly the Syrian version of Khamenei. The dictators are very alike to each other, and that’s why they are the real friend of each other.

In his rambling 45-minute speech to the National Assembly, Bastard Assad said : “I speak to you at this exceptional moment when events and developments pose a great test to our unity and self denial. It is a test which is repeated every now and then because of the continued conspiracy against this country. Thanks to our will, solidarity, and the will of God that we succeed in
facing it every time in a manner which enhances our strength and pride … We tell the enemies you have only one choice, which is to learn from your failure !!!, while the Syrian people have only the choice of continuing to learn from their successes !!! … our enemies work every day in an organized, systematic and scientific manner in order to undermine Syria’ss stability !! We acknowledge that they had been smart in choosing very sophisticated tools in what they have done; but at the same time we realize that they have been stupid in choosing the country !!! and the people, for such conspiracies do not work with our country or our people !!!! … Syria is facing a great conspiracy !! whose tentacles extend to some nearby countries and far-away countries!, with some inside the country! . This conspiracy depends, in its timing not in its form, on what is happening in other Arab countries. Today, there is a new fashion !!! which they call revolutions!! … there is a revolution there so there is a revolution here: there is reform there, so there is reform here. The tools are the same: the slogans and talking about freedom. … I know that most of the people who are listening to us, and you represent them !!!, know a great deal about these details … There might be things which will be revealed
later. They mixed up three elements: sedition, reform, and daily needs. Most of the Syrian people call for reform, and you are all reformers !!!! Most of the Syrian people have unmet needs; and we all discuss!!, criticize!!, and have our disagreements because we have not met many of the needs of the Syrian people. But sedition has become part of the issue and started to lead the other two factors and take cover under them. That is why it was easy to
mislead many people who demonstrated in the beginning with good intensions !!!. We cannot say that all those who demonstrated are conspirators !! This is not true!!, and we want to be clear and realistic !!!! The conspirators are few in number, this is natural. Even we, in the government, did not know, like everybody else, and did not understand what was happening !!! until acts of sabotage started to emerge.
Things became clearer; for what is the link between reform and sabotage?!! What is the link between reform and murder?!!! Some satellite T.V. stations actually spoke about attacking certain buildings an hour before they were actually attacked. How did they know that? Do they read the future?.. They will say that we believe in the conspiracy theory. In fact there is no conspiracy theory!! There is a conspiracy !! It was difficult for us to fight against this situation, because people will mix between our fighting sedition and fighting reform!! In principle, we support reform and meeting people’s needs!! This is the duty of the state. But we cannot be with sedition. What we are seeing today is a stage; and we do not know whether it is a first stage or an advanced stage. But we are concerned with the outcome because the last stage for them is for Syria to get weaker and disintegrate, because this will remove the last obstacle facing the I-s-r-a-e-l’s plans !!! This is what concerns us !!!! … They used the satellite T.V. stations !!! and the internet !!! but did not achieve anything. And then, using sedition !!!, started to produce fake information, voices, images, etc. they forged everything !!!! Then they started to use the sectarian element !!!! They sent SMSs !!!! to members of a certain sect alerting them that another sect will attack them. And in order to be credible, they sent masked people !!!! to neighborhoods with different sects living in them, knocking on people’s doors and telling each that that the other sect has already attacked and are on the streets, in order to get a reaction !!!! And it worked for a while !! Then they used weapons !!!!! They started killing people at random !!!!! because they knew when there is blood it becomes more difficult to solve the problem !!!! We have not yet discovered the whole structure of this conspiracy. We have discovered part of it but it is highly organized. There are support groups in more than one governorate linked to some countries abroad. The people of Daraa have no responsibility for what happened, but with us, they share the responsibility of putting an end to sedition !! Daraa is on the frontline with the Israeli enemy !!! and it is the first line of defense for the hinterland. Daraa, al-Qunaitira, and part of rural Damascus defend the other parts of Syria which lie behind them. No one can be in a position defending the homeland and at the same time conspiring against it. This is impossible and is unacceptable … The people of Daraa are people of genuine patriotism, magnanimity, and dignity. They will get hold of the few people !!! who wanted to stir chaos and destroy the national fabric !!!! The conspirators took their plan to other governorates. As you know, they moved to Latakia and other cities using the same techniques; murder, intimidation,
and incitement. There were clear instructions not to harm any Syrian citizens !!!! … Awareness is the real force which protects Syria at every juncture !!!!
… When this wave (Domino) touched Syria, the issue has become of concern to the
Syrians !!! … Did we make these reforms because there is a problem or because there is sedition?!!! If there was no sedition wouldn’t we have done these reforms?!!! If the answer is yes, it means that the state is opportunistic, and this is bad !!!! . If we say that these things were made under the pressure of a certain condition or popular pressure, this is weakness !!! … When people demand their rights, it is natural that the government should respond to these demands happily!!!!! … You know what happened in Lebanon in 2005, and later the war of 2006 and its repercussions, and the war against Gaza at the end of 2008. So, the whole period was that of continued pressure. What added to the problems was that we had four years of drought which damaged our economic program !!! … Of course I am not justifying !!! … The top priority became Syria’s stability !! … Tunisia’s experience was useful for us more than that of Egypt, because in Tunisia there was a model and we used to send experts to learn from that experience !!! When the revolution started, we realized that the causes lied in the way wealth was distributed, not only in terms of corruption but also in terms of geographical distribution …Some people ask me to announce a time frame at the People’s Assembly but I think putting a time frame is purely technical !!! … I am sure
there will be someone on the satellite T.V. stations who will say that this is not enough !!! What is enough for them will destroy our country !!!! and we simply cannot afford that !!! … They follow the principle of lie !!!, lie until they believe you. So, they believe their own lie and fall in the trap !!!!
… We cannot like sedition!!, we cannot like killing!!, we cannot like tension !!! … Burying sedition is a national, moral, and religious duty !!! … The Holy Quran says, sedition is worse than killing !!!! so all those involved intentionally or unintentionally in it contribute to destroying their country !!! So there is no compromise or middle way in this !!! … I remind you of the Domino Effect term which was used after the invasion of Iraq when the US !!!!!! assumed then under the former administration that the Arab countries are domino blocks and the American projects will hit just one of these blocks and the others will fall. What happened is the exact opposite when their projects turned into domino blocks, we hit them and they started to fall one after another. This one will fall too !!!!!! … As for you, children of this great nation, your love for your country which you express day after day and which is clearer than ever at times of crisis, and which you particularly expressed yesterday through your unprecedented mass demonstrations !!!!! throughout the country gives me more confidence and
determination !!!!. Your solidarity and unity in fighting sedition assures me about the future and if you, in the slogans you chanted, expressed willingness to sacrifice yourselves for your president !!!!!!

If you don’t know who has said the above bullshit, you would think that it’s a Khamenei’s speech. In fact the dictators, especially the Islamic dictators, are exactly the same. They are bastard and hypocrite. They are congenital lair. They make use of stupid tactics that just could deceive the stupid lunatic left. The global lunatic left, the motherf-u-c-k-e-r left support these savage bastards. Bastard Assad spoke a day after the Syrian cabinet resigned amid an unusual wave of unrest across the nation. But in homes and cafes around Damascus, reactions among ordinary Syrians watching the speech were overwhelmingly negative. Some analysts said he had been strengthened by messages of support from other countries in recent days. The eyewitness, who did not want to be named for security reasons, said protesters started gathering in central Latakia’s Qitar Square after the speech and chanted, “No to sectarianism, we want freedom” and “We stand by Daraa,” the southern city that has seen the most violence since anti-government protests started almost two weeks ago. A Syrian youth said : “For me now, at this time, actually he said nothing, he did nothing for us. All of what he said was that we are working for foreign conspiracies against our country, that the US is behind this, what is going on in Syria”. One young Syrian engineer said : “This is the end of Syria. There was no apology and no promise of reform. This only makes us angrier. He could have at least apologised for the deaths.” Activists in Damascus said the speech would add weight to calls for further protests across the country on Friday. What happens in Syria is exactly like what happens in Iran. If both Iranians and Syrians could topple their savage dictators, it’s the best case for the whole world. Of course the world should help the poor Iranians and the poor Syrians and don’t leave them alone in their unfair war against the savage dictators..

[All the above stories are extracted from Western media’s reports. In fact, we try to produce a short summary of them. You could find the list of Western media that we used in the sidebar]

Mousavi Khamene, Khatami, Karoubi

March 31, 2011

The full name of Mousavi is “Mir Hossein Mousavi Khamene“. In fact, he is a member of Khamenei’s family . Mousavi’s father that died yesterday, was a member of Khamenei’s extended family, i.e. the leader’s family. In 2009, and before the election, Khamenei visited the Mousavi’s father secretly. Mousavi’s father and Mousavi’s family helped Khamenei a lot, in the Shah’s regime. But after the revolution, when Mousavi was the prime minister of Khomenei’s regime, Khamenei that was the president of Khomeini’s regime, had a lot of serious political and personal conflicts with Mousavi. Mousavi was a left-wing Islamist, but Khamenei was a right-wing Islamist. Mousavi was an ex-member of Islamic Liberals, but he abandoned them after the revolution and joined the Mullah’s party, like Khamenei. It’s just one paradox of Mousavi; He is a relative of Khamenei, knows him better than any other Islamist, but is and was the greatest enemy of Khamenei. In fact, the Islamic regime and the Islamic reformists have a lot of paradoxes.


Khatami is the ultimate of the Islamic Liberalism. He is the most open-minded and liberal Mullah in the world, but he is the most coward Mullah in the world, too. He is a “Yazdi”, i.e. was born and grown up in the city of Yazd. Yazdi people are notorious for being very coward! The dreadful mistakes of Khatami in his eight years’ presidency, imposed huge burdens on the people. Khatami is frightened to death of Khamenei and his dogs/thugs. Khamenei call him “Shah Soltan Hossein”, that is the weakest king in the Persian History. In fact, Khatami’s paradox is that he is a Mullah, the weakest and the most coward Mullah, and of course the most liberal Mullah in Iran. But he is a Mullah. Khatami’s reactions to the bloody coup in the past two years, were really shameful and ridiculous. Of course nobody expect him more. If Khatami wanted to do something, or could do something, he did it in his eight years’ presidency. Khatami was not the right person in 1997, maybe Mousavi was the right person. Khatami wasted the best opportunity to topple Khamenei and the Islamic fascism and this historical mistake will not forgotten.

Another stupid Islamist is Karoubi that Iranians called him “Ghazanfer-e Eslahat” (The idiot of the reformists). He was a stupid, corrupt, and opportunist extremist in the first decade of the Islamic revolution. His role in Saudi Arabia’s massacre of 1987, and his special relations with the widows of victims of Iran-Iraq war in Bonyad Shahid (Martyr Foundation) is undeniable. In the Islamic reform period, Karoubi was one of the greatest bastards and the greatest idiot. The people and students hated him, and he was the main brake pedal of reform in the parliament. His wife, Fatemeh Karoubi, was one of the stupid Islamic fanatic in the past decades. But some Iranians forgot their lessons, and became fans of Karoubi and his wife !

It’s so obvious that with this bunch of stupid Islamists, Iranians could not topple Khamenei and the Islamic fascism. As we said in our open letter to Mousavi , the Islamists and their supporters are so stupid and hypocrite and could not even save Mousavi and his wife. They want to save the Islamic regime, i.e. they don’t want to topple the regime, and merely want to have some stupid and superficial reform. But the majority of Iranians, and especially the majority of the youth, finally have understood that they should leave the stupid Islamists and do their job alone, if they really want to get rid of their dreadful nightmare, i.e. the Islamic fascism.

Basijis and Monarchists

March 31, 2011

The Monarchists and Basijis are two sides of the same coin. Khamenei’s dogs/thugs are exactly the same as Reza Pahlavi’s dogs/thugs . Basijis say” long live Rahbar (Payande Rahbar)”, and Monarchists say: “long live Shah (Javid Shah)”; Basijis say: “Our leader is our father, and the great father of all Iranians”, and Monarchists say: “Our Shah is our father, and the great father of all Iranians.” Basijis say: “Iranians need father, a sacred father. It’s our national and religious tradition. We need a father that lead us and show us the right path.” and Monarchists say: “Iranians need father, a sacred father. It’s our national tradition. We need a father that lead us and protect us.” Basijis say: “We are brainless and we need Imam’s brain to think for us and decide for us.” and Monarchists say: “We are brainless and we need Shah’s brain to think for us and decide for us”. Basijis say :”Our leader is the leader of leaders, the leader of whole Muslims.” and Monarchists say: “Our king is the king of kings, the king of all Persians.” Basijis kill and torture the majority of Iranians, just because Iranians don’t want their f-u-c-k-i-ng Father/Leader; and Monarchists killed and tortured the majority of Iranians, just because they did not want their f-u-c-k-i-ng Father/Shah.

The majority of Iranians that live inside Iran, think that Pahlavi’s dogs/thugs even are much more bastard and stupid than Khamenei’s dogs/thugs, simply because they have lived at least three decades in the West, in the US, and we expected that these stupid bastards learned something in this long time . But they are congenital bastard and the “Software Format” could not change their rotten brain’s structure! They need “hardware format”; and maybe just God could do the hardware format for them !! The stupid Monarchists are the greater evil for us, simply because they have not any power now, but they act like Khamenei’s dogs. When without any power, they act like Basijis, what would they do when have the power? Of course it’s totally an imaginary situation, because they never ever could not gain the power in Iran, again. The stupid Monarchists think that the status quo in Iran is like three decades ago. They think that we are like them, or our fathers or mothers. They don’t know that we live in 2010s, not in 1970s. They don’t know that the current literacy rate among the youth is more than 90%. They don’t know that we have more than 10 million people with university education in Iran. They don’t know that we have buried the Monarchy, Shah and Imam, in Iran. They don’t know that we will f-u-c-k Basijis and Monarchists with the same tool and with the same energy. They don’t know that we have said Goodbye to both Imam and Shah, Khamenei and Pahlvi. They don’t know that they have not any place in Iran, and if they would want to establish Monarchy in Iran, they should live outside Iran until their death. They don’t know that all of them, Monarchists and Pahlavi’s dogs/thugs plus Basijis and Khamenei’s dogs/thugs, should go and f-u-c-k themselves. Shame on them all.

The great Howard Zinn

March 30, 2011

It’s pragmatic to be optimistic. There is historical evidence for the fact that when people act, persist, get together, organize, they bring about changes ” That what the great Howard Zinn, said in one of his best interviews; In fact, in this interview with the Institute of International Studies of Berkeley University, he talked about his life and his views and it should be read over and over. The great Howard Zinn, 87, died last year, on 27 January, 2010. He was a real intellectual and showed us that the lunatic left and the rotten brains are fake intellects. Here are excerpts of this great interview: “My parents were not political people at all. My parents were just ordinary. They were Jewish immigrants who worked in garment factories when they came here, and then my father became a waiter … My mother working very hard, raising four sons. And yet, of course, they had nothing to show for it. That is, they were perfect counterpoints to the Horatio Alger myth that if you work hard in this country, you will get somewhere. I think that intensified my feeling about the injustice of an economic system in which there are people all over the country like my parents who work very, very hard and have nothing to show for it … My parents knew I was a reader even though they were not readers. My father was barely literate, my mother was somewhat literate. But they knew that I was interested in books and reading. They had no idea who Charles Dickens was, but they saw an ad, they could send away coupons and a dime for each book. So they got me the whole set of Dickens and I made my way through Dickens … Yes, it was Dickens’ class consciousness that reinforced my own. Yes; it told me, what reading very often does for you, tells you you are not alone in these secret thoughts you have. Not long ago I read that someone asked Kurt Vonnegut, “Why do you write?” and he said, “The reason I write is to tell people: You are not alone.” … By the time I went to college under the GI Bill at the age of 27, I’d already worked in the shipyard, I’d been in a war, I’d worked at various jobs, and so I brought to my reading of history those experiences. And then I learned from my experience something broader, that is, a historical perspective which reinforced the ideas that I’d gained from my own life … At the age of 17, I was hit by a policeman and knocked unconscious. I woke up and said, my God, this is America, where, yes there are bad guys and there are good guys, but the government is neutral. And when I saw that, no, the police are not neutral, the government is not neutral, that was a radical insight. … The seven years at Spelman College are probably the most interesting, exciting, most educational years for me. I learned more from my students than my students learned from me. Living in the South at a very interesting time, the late fifties, early sixties, just before the onset of the big Civil Rights Movement, and then during those years, the early sixties, I learned so much. For one thing, I began to look at history in a different way. I began to look at history from a black point of view. It looks very different from a black point of view. The heroes are different, and the eras get different names. The Progressive Era is no longer the Progressive Era, because it’s the era in which more black people are lynched than in any other period in American history. I began reading black historians, things that weren’t on my reading list right up in graduate school, Columbia University … Democracy comes alive not when government does anything, because government cannot be depended on to rectify serious injustices. It comes alive when people organize and do something about it. The Southern black movement taught me that. … I’m convinced of the uncertainty of history, of the possibility of surprise, of the importance of human action in changing what looks unchangeable … You have to understand that I enlisted in the Air Force. I volunteered. I was an enthusiastic bombardier. To me it was very simple: it was a war against fascism. They were the bad guys, we were the good guys. One of the things I learned from that experience was that when you start off with them being the bad guys and you being the good guys, once you’ve made that one decision, you don’t have to think anymore, if you’re in the military. From that point on, anything goes. From that point on, you’re capable of anything, even atrocities. Because you’ve made a decision a long time ago that you’re on the right side. You don’t keep questioning … I suddenly saw what the bomb in Hiroshima did. I began to rethink the whole question of a “good war ” I came to the conclusion that there is no such thing as a good war. They may start off with good intentions, at least on the part of the people who fight in them … But those good intentions are quickly corrupted. The good guys become the bad guys. So I became convinced that war is not a solution, fundamentally, for any serious problem.


Howard Zinn added: “So it became clear to me that the really critical way in which people are deceived by history is not that lies are told, but that things are omitted. If a lie is told, you can check up on it. If something is omitted, you have no way of knowing it has been omitted. … Arthur Schlesinger writes this glowing book about Andrew Jackson and Jacksonian democracy. What else was going on? And then I find out that Jackson is responsible for the brutal treatment of the Indians in the Southeast, driving them across the Mississippi, thousands of them dying. Jackson is a racist. Jackson is a slave owner. Under Jackson, the industrial system begins with the mill girls going to work at the age of 12 and dying at the age of 25. I became conscious of omissions in history, and that’s what I was determined to try to remedy …We in USA, think it requires a lot of courage just to speak your mind. I’m not going to be executed. I’m not even going to be given a long jail sentence. I may be thrown into jail for a day or two, and that has happened to me eight to nine times. I may be fired, I may get a salary decrease, but these are pitiful things compared to what happens to people in the world. So it doesn’t take much courage … somebody says: “Are you willing to risk your job? Are you willing to risk a salary cut? Are you willing to risk that you won’t get tenure?” — these are pitiful risks compared to the risks that people have taken in the world. … I know that there is a kind of conventional wisdom, or, as I put it, conventional foolishness , that if you’re passionate about something you can’t really write well about it. In the arts we accept passion, and we accept that passion in the arts makes the arts come alive. But we don’t accept it in scholarship, and therefore we draw a false line between the arts and scholarship But I believe that being passionate about your scholarly work, being passionate about history is something that needs to be expressed in order to be honest. I think there’s nothing more important than being honest about your feelings. Otherwise you are presenting something that is not yourself … I think the learning of history is a way of declaring, “I wasn’t born yesterday; you can’t deceive me.” … What history does is give you enough data so that you can question anything that is said from on high … The history can clarify things, prepare you for dealing with the duplicities of the real world. … I remember the New York Times ran a poll once, asking high school students questions about history … The questions that the New York Times asked were questions like, “Who was the president during the Mexican War?” A really important question! Here’s the New York Times, supposedly the ultimate in journalism. This is not the Star, the National Enquirer. And they are asking the question “Who was president during the Mexican War?” instead of asking, “How did we get into the Mexican War? How did it start? What was at stake? What lies were told? How much discussion was there in Congress before there was a declaration of war?”… Historians must not be sweet. But optimistic … well, yes, a cautious optimism. Cautious in the sense that I’m not positive that things are going to go well. The future is indeterminate. But after all, the future depends on what we do now. If we are pessimistic now, we are doomed in the future. If we give up at this point then we know nothing good is going to happen. If we act on the assumption that there’s a chance that something good may happen, then we have a possibility. Not a certainty, but a possibility. So I believe it’s useful, it’s pragmatic to be optimistic. But not only that, not simply an act of faith, but also because there is historical evidence for the fact that when people act, persist, get together, organize, they bring about changes. There haven’t been enough changes. So you can look at that and say, not enough. True. But the fact that some changes have been made. The fact that labor, by struggling, won the eight-hour day. The fact that blacks in the South did away with the signs of segregation. The fact that women changed the consciousness of this country about s-e-x-u-al equality. Even though those are only beginnings, that historical experience suggests reason to think it is possible that other things may change … I think that it’s important people read and learn, thinking, “I’m not doing this just because it’s fun or because it will enhance my professional career but for the purpose of learning.” This goes back to John Dooley, Alfred Lord White, that the purpose of learning is to have an effect on a world in which mostly people don’t have the leisure, don’t have the opportunity, don’t have the breathing space, don’t have the physical health even, to read a book or learn. So we who can do those things have an obligation to create a world in which maybe then people can learn for fun One thing is that even if you’re engaged in a movement where the future of that movement is uncertain, even if you’re trying to achieve an objective which looks very very far away, simply working for it makes life more interesting and more worthwhile. So you don’t have to look for some victory in the future. The very engagement with other people in a common struggle for something that you all believe in, that is a victory in itself.

Such a great man!, Such a great man! He was really a great man! He is alive in our heart. Matt Damon said that when Howard Zinn had the heart attack in the swimming pool in Santa Monica, the person who attended to him asked, “Do you need an ambulance?” And Zinn said, “No, I’m OK,” and then, said Damon, “he closed his eyes.” Zinn’s friends said he died “swimming laps”. And Zinn’s daughter, Myla Kabat-Zinn said: “ My dad never swam a lap in his life!”. She also told the story of The New York Times calling him up several months before he died and explaining that the paper had a custom of preparing obituaries for people while they were still alive. Without skipping a beat, Zinn said: “What’s your deadline?!” Matt Damon’s mother, Nancy Carlsson-Paige, longtime neighbor of the Zinn said: ” Howard Zinn taught us that you can do everything to fight for freedom and justice, and you still make people laugh. You bring joy and justice into every moment ” And that’s the reality of the great Howard Zinn.

Howard Zinn vs the Lunatic Left

March 30, 2011

The great Howard Zinn was a real intellectual. He was not a lunatic left or even a left. The great Howard Zinn said that he was not a classic Left : “By working through political system that poisons the atmosphere, even the progressive organizations, you can see it even now in the US, where people on the “Left” are all caught in the electoral campaign and get into fierce arguments about should we support this third party candidate or that third party candidate. This is a sort of little piece of evidence that suggests that when you get into working through electoral politics you begin to corrupt your ideals.… I believe that it is preferable sometimes to have one candidate rather another candidate, while you understand that that is not the solution. Sometimes the lesser evil is not so lesser, so you want to ignore that, and you either do not vote or vote for third party as a protest against the party system. Sometimes the difference between two candidates is an important one in the immediate sense, and then I believe trying to get somebody into office, who is a little better, who is less dangerous, is understandable. But never forgetting that no matter who gets into office, the crucial question is not who is in office, but what kind of social movement do you have. Because we have seen historically that if you have a powerful social movement, it doesn’t matter who is in office. Whoever is in office, they could be Republican or Democrat, if you have a powerful social movement, the person in office will have to yield, will have to in some ways respect the power of social movements. We saw this in the 1960s. Richard Nixon was not the lesser evil, he was the greater evil, but in his administration the war was finally brought to an end , because he had to deal with the power of the anti-war movement as well as the power of the Vietnamese movement. I will vote, but always with a caution that voting is not crucial, and organizing is the important thing”

In fact, the great Howard Zinn was a free thinker and activist, without any classic label. He added: “The term anarchism has become associated with two phenomena with which real anarchists don’t want to associate themselves with. One is violence, and the other is disorder or chaos. The popular conception of anarchism is on the one hand bomb-throwing and terrorism, and on the other hand no rules, no regulations, no discipline, everybody does what they want, confusion, etc. That is why there is a reluctance to use the term anarchism. But actually the ideas of anarchism are incorporated in the way the movements of the 1960s began to think … I have different view about the issue of violence, and I think here anarchists have disagreed. Here in the US you find a disagreement, and you can find this disagreement within one person. Emma Goldman, you might say she brought anarchism, after she was dead, to the forefront in the US in the 1960s, when she suddenly became an important figure. But Emma Goldman was in favor of the assassination of Henry Clay Frick, but then she decided that this is not the way. Her friend and comrade, Alexander Berkman, he did not give up totally the idea of violence. On the other hand, you have people who were anarchistic in way like Tolstoy and also Gandhi, who believed in nonviolence. … There is one central characteristic of anarchism on the matter of means , and that central principle is a principle of direct action -of not going through the forms that the society offers you, of representative government, of voting, of legislation, but directly taking power. In case of trade unions, in case of anarcho-syndicalism, it means workers going on strike, and not just that, but actually also taking hold of industries in which they work and managing them. What is direct action? In the South when black people were organizing against racial segregation, they did not wait for the government to give them a signal, or to go through the courts, to file lawsuits, wait for Congress to pass the legislation. They took direct action; they went into restaurants, were sitting down there and wouldn’t move. They got on those buses and acted out the situation that they wanted to exist … Strike is always a form of direct action. With the strike, too, you are not asking government to make things easier for you by passing legislation, you are taking a direct action against the employer.”

The great Howard Zinn was not a classic or lunatic anarchist, he added: “I still think one of the most important principles of anarchism is that you cannot separate means and ends. And that is, if your end is egalitarian society you have to use egalitarian means, if your end is non-violent society without war, you cannot use war to achieve your end. I think anarchism requires means and ends to be in line with one another. I think this is in fact one of the distinguishing characteristics of anarchism … People in power can tolerate liberal ideas. They can tolerate ideas that call for reforms, but they cannot tolerate the idea that there will be no state, no central authority. So it is very important for them to ridicule the idea of anarchism to create this impression of anarchism as violent and chaotic. It is useful for them … One of the problems with dealing with anarchism is that there are many people whose ideas are anarchist, but who do not necessarily call themselves anarchists. The word was first used by Proudhon in the middle of the 19th century, but actually there were anarchist ideas that proceeded Proudhon, those in Europe and also in the US. For instance, there are some ideas of Thomas Paine, who was not an anarchist, who would not call himself an anarchist, but he was suspicious of government. Also Henry David Thoreau. He does not know the word anarchism, and does not use the word anarchism, but Thoreau’s ideas are very close to anarchism. He is very hostile to all forms of government. If we trace origins of anarchism in the US, then probably Thoreau is the closest you can come to an early American anarchist … I think our first step is to organize ourselves and protest against existing order — against war, against economic and s-e-x-ual exploitation, against racism, etc. But to organize ourselves in such a way that means correspond to the ends, and to organize ourselves in such a way as to create kind of human relationship that should exist in future society. That would mean to organize ourselves without centralize authority, without charismatic leader, in a way that represents in miniature the ideal of the future egalitarian society. So that even if you don’t win some victory tomorrow or next year in the meantime you have created a model. You have acted out how future society should be and you created immediate satisfaction, even if you have not achieved your ultimate goal … History of human behavior shows the desire for freedom, shows that whenever people have been living under tyranny, people would rebel against that”

Such a great man! Such a great and free human man! Just compare him with the lunatic lefts, for instance Noam Chomsky; the result is so clear.

This is the fourth article of Noam Chomsky vs Iranians series. The third was Chomsky: Independence vs Freedom And the second was When Intellectuals become Dumb

Rafsanjani and Oxford University

March 29, 2011

A report says that Rafsanjani’s son, Mehdi Rafsanjani, is being investigated after claims that his successful doctoral thesis proposal was written with the help of others The report adds: “Mehdi Rafsanjani, a former head of Iran’s state-owned gas company, began a five-year DPhil course in the Iranian constitution at Oxford University, the faculty of oriental studies in October. An Oxford academic has complained that the university’s usual high standards have been “subverted” with the help of university insiders to allow Rafsanjani to study … The disclosure of the inquiry comes amid intense scrutiny of universities and their relationships with the children of prominent figures from the Middle East. … Sir Howard Davies stood down as director of the London School of Economics earlier this month following claims that it had become too close to Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif, and the Libyan regime and too reliant on their funds. Recently, some Iranians claimed that Rafsanjani, is an associate of Saif Gaddafi … Also being investigate are allegations that Rafsanjani’s English is not good enough to compose a DPhil at Oxford and that he has failed to live within 12 miles of Oxford city centre … Kaveh Moussavi, an associate fellow at the centre for socio-legal studies at the university and head of public interest law, who is originally from Iran, claimed that Rafsanjani has been helped by university insiders to complete his application. This had angered him, he said, because a more deserving candidate would have lost out. “I have no doubt that the normal criteria on submissions have been subverted and that there are far, far more qualified candidates for a DPhil than [Rafsanjani],” said Moussavi … At the centre of the inquiry is the synopsis of Rafsanjani’s proposed thesis which was assessed in January 2010 by two senior academics attached to the faculty of oriental studies. Dr Homa Katouzian, an expert in modern Iranian history, said the synopsis read well, but he did not realise that the application had come from Rafsanjani’s son because it had been written using his alternative name Bahramani . The other assessor, Prof Edmund Herzig, declined to comment and referred the Guardian to Oxford’s press office … Rafsanjani has been sent a lengthy email outlining the allegations that have been levelled at him, but declined to comment on them before publication. Instead, he wrote in an email: “As you’re aware, my application has been accepted at Oxford University where I have been studying for the past few months. Should you need more clarifications … I recommend that you contact the university’s press office.”

This is what we say about Mullah Mafia . Oxford University is so notorious in Iran. Many of regime’s authorities have a fake or real Oxford’s degree. Oxford University and other famous universities in the UK and the US, are disgraced themselves by working with Mullah Mafia and the corrupt political authorities. Shame on them all.

Nowruz 1390’s Tragedy

March 29, 2011

The Nowruz 1390, is one of the bloodiest Nowruz in the modern history. Yesterday, the political prisoner, Mohsen Dokmechi (Dogmechi) was killed in the Rajaee-Shahr prison. His charges were so ridiculous. He was jailed just because of helping the family of political prisoners. He was a businessman and financially supported the protester’s families. The savage Islamic regime could not bear human rights activists and kill them. He had cancer (pancreas cancer). Three months ago, some doctors in the Rajaee-Shahr prison have said that he should be freed and have chemical therapy for cancer treatment. In the last weeks his abdomen was swollen, and he could not eat anything, even water. But the Islamic savages did not allow him to go to the hospital.

The killing of this businessman is just a part of Nowruz’s tragedy. said that a prisoner, Reza Meghamsi, in Ahavaz Prizon was killed under brutal torture. He was killed in the Nowruz 1390. Dozen of Kurds were killed in the Kurdistan province and hundreds were jailed. But surly the most tragic event was ChaharShanbe Soori’s Massacre . The state TV confirmed that: “13 prisoners were killed and 33 prisoners were injured.” And if we consider the Islamic error factor (10), we should say that at least 130 were killed and 330 were injured. It confirms our first news about “ChaharShanbe Soori Massacre”.

We surly f-u-c-k the religion that its followers kill the innocent people in the name of the religion and God. They kill protesters; They killed civil activists; They rape prisoners; They systematically and brutally torture prisoners; They don’t allow the ill prisoners to have any treatment; They have no mercy and human feelings. And all of these shameful acts have been done by the religious people and for defending religion .We surly f-u-c-k this religion and all its stupid followers.

The End of Akbar Ganji

March 29, 2011

Akbar Ganji was a people journalists. He was in the people side, and had enough courage to fight against the Islamic fascism. But when he left Iran, he changed a lot. Akbark Ganji’s story is really complicated. He was born on 31 January 1960 (age 51) in Qazvin, Iran. He grew up in a devout and impoverished family in Southern Tehran. Active in the Islamist anti-Shah forces at a “relatively early age”, he served in the Sepah, or the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) during the
Iran–Iraq War and joined the Ministry of Intelligence and National Security of Iran.
He holds a Masters degree in Communications. In 1994-5 Ganji became disenchanted with the regime, and he quit the Sepah to become an investigative journalist. Ganji’s most famous works were a series of articles about the murders of many secular intellectuals known as the Chain Murders of Iran. Akbar Ganji referred to the perpetrators of the killings with code names such as “Excellency Red Garmented” and their “Excellencies Gray” and the “Master Key” . Later published in the book, The Dungeon of Ghosts , his articles tied the killings to senior clerics, including Rafsanjani and Khamenei. Upon returning from a conference in Berlin (a conference in Berlin held by the Heinrich Boell Foundation under the title “Iran after the elections” held in the wake of the Majlis elections of February 2000 which resulted in a huge victory by reformist candidates), Ganji was arrested. He was eventually sentenced to six years in prison. Ganji was very brave, and fought against the Islamic judge in his court. Iranians don’t forget how bravely he fought against the prison guards and the Islamic judges. After his arrest, Ganji announced the “Master Key” to the chain murders was former Intelligence Minister Ayatollah Ali Fallahian . He also denounced by name some senior clerics, including Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi Mesbah-Yazdi for having issued fatwas, or religious orders for the assassinations. Ganji was able to complete written work while in prison, including his “Republican Manifesto”, which was smuggled out of his prison cell piece by piece. In his last year in prison Ganji went on a hunger strike for more than 80 days from 19 May 2005 until early August 2005, except for a 12-day period of leave he was granted on May 30, 2005 ahead of the ninth presidential elections on 17 June 2005. His hunger strike ended after 50 days when “doctors warned he would sustain irreparable brain damage, and he relented.” Ganji was released from prison in March of 2006, with the help of his Sepahi/Ettelaati friends and left Iran shortly thereafter. Many countries around the world offered him honorary citizenship, and he traveled extensively. But recently Akbar Ganji has become dumb. [1]


In fact, when Ganji left Iran and Awarded $500,000 Milton Friedman Liberty Prize , he changed a lot. “Ganji now lives in New York. His first book in English, The Road to Democracy in Iran, was published in April 2008.” the report says. In fact, “Akbar Ganji, an Iranian writer/journalist who spent 6 years in a Tehran prison for advocating a secular democracy and exposing government involvement in the assassination of individuals who opposed Iran’s theocratic regime”, changed after leaving Iran! He has won several international awards for his work, including the World Association of Newspapers’ Golden Pen of Freedom Award, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression’s International Press Freedom Award, the Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders, and the John Humphrey Freedom Award. We think that these Awards changed Ganji, because he has some serious personality weakness. We had seen Ganji in Tehran, and he was not very decent and normal, but we thought “Every one has its own weak points, and Ganji is better than many other hypocrite, liar, and coward Iranian journalists.” But when he left Iran, he disappointed many of us. Apparently the outside world is not a proper place for many immature Iranians! simply because they have many weak points and mental complexes, and could change and go backwards, very easily. In 2006, after leaving Iran, Akbar Ganji repeatedly declared that he would return to Iran. We and many other Iranians knew that he bullshitted us and told lie, but he repeated this lie over and over. And it was the beginning of telling lie. Ganji’s approach totally changed after leaving Iran. Instead of focusing on Mullahs and the Islamic rapist-killer, “The Dungeon of Ghosts”, he stupidly ignored these important matters and bullshitted us about the Iranian movement, like other coward and motherf-u-c-k-er Iranian journalists. After the beginning of 2009 protests, first he had some activities for his arrested friends in Iran and wrote something about Khamenei, but after that he became dumb and betrayed the people’s hope and trust, like other jerk expats. In 2010, he even wrote: “I’m not sure that there was a coup or huge electoral fraud in the 2009 election”. He never ever criticized the US or Obama for ignoring the Iranian people and their movement. Apparently he thinks that he has reached to the wealth and fame, more than he deserved it. It’s so obvious that Ganji did not deserve the attention and respect that he received. The foolishness and betrayal of Ganji, has disappointed many ordinary Iranians, but Iranians have a new generation of real thinkers and activists that don’t have the weak points of him and other Islamist quasi-thinkers. The feature belongs to them [1]


[1] Akbar Ganji Official website

Saeed Malekpour’s Tragedy

March 28, 2011

Nowruz remind us of Saeed Malekpour. As all eyes turn to the revolution flaring through the Arab world, Iran is carrying out a quiet but bloody counter-revolution against suspected opponents. At the top of the death list is Saeed Malekpour, who was accused by Mullah of running “obscene websites,” “designing and moderating adult content websites”, “insulting the sanctity of Islam”, “Corrupt on Earth” and “War against God”. His wife, Zohreh Eftekhari says: “There is no legal procedure we can turn to now. He’s in solitary confinement, and they told him he’d be there until he was executed.” And he still is in that solitary confinement, from 1st February, 2011. Saeed Malekpour was born in May 1975. He graduated from Sharif University with a degree in metallurgical engineering. The report of his imminent execution followed the hanging of two men who made videos and photos of the 2009 protests, and of a Dutch-Iranian citizen, Zahra Bahrami, arrested during the protests and accused of smuggling drugs. Zahra Bahrami had a 2003 drug conviction in the Netherlands, but in Iran she was originally arrested for participating in an anti-government Ashura Day demonstration. After Bahrami’s execution in January 2011, the Netherlands government suspended all official contacts with Iran, but apparently they now have renewed their contacts again. Saeed Malekpour’s story is really tragic. The Toronto Star has a good report about Malekpour’s case that says: “In October, 2008, Malekpour’s new life in Canada looked as golden as the sunlight on the autumn foliage. With a degree in metallurgical engineering from a prestigious Iranian university he was happily settled in Ontario and about to enroll in a master’s program at University of Victoria. But a decision to visit his dying father in Tehran changed his life forever Zohreh Eftekhari, a physicist and research scientist from St. Catharines, who last glimpsed her husband, Malekpour, as a thin and sickly prisoner, says: “He disappeared four days after his arrival. He went to the university to get a confirmation of his degree for his master’s application. Then my sister-in-law called me in the middle of the night and said that Saeed hadn’t come home.” Eftekhari, who was booked to follow her husband to Tehran, arrived three weeks later, in November, to a Kafkaesque scenario. “I got a call from somebody who didn’t introduce himself. He said ‘if you want to know about your husband come to this address.’ When I reached it they held me for four hours, interrogated me, insulted me, screamed at me and treated me like a criminal. I was panicked. There were three of them, all big men. I just kept thinking I would never see my husband or parents again. Here, if you’re detained you can hire a lawyer. In Iran everything is hidden. And then you’re
” Eftekhari was released, and later allowed a brief visit with Malekpour who was “almost unrecognizable” after more than a month of torture and detention. She left the country at his urging” Malekpour’s wife told Shahrvand : “We both were student of Sharif University … we saw a lot of embezzlements in Iran while we worked there … I was a pious Muslim and studied at a devout school along with many Mullahs’ child … I’m a weak person, and that night, when they brutally interrogated me, if they threatened me to rape, I wrote and signed whatever they wanted … They said: “If you are not pervert, why don’t you have any child?!!” … We, me and our family, shut our mouth, and just when they showed the false confession of Saeed in the state TV, in Nowruz 1388, we publicly told about Saeed … In the prison, Saeed worked for the Sepah’s cyber team, and they said me that they released him … And in Nowruz 1389, Saeed sent his open letter to the outside world

Saeed Malekpour’s open letter revealed parts of his tragic story. Here are excerpts of it :” I was arrested on October 4, 2008 near Vanak Square by plainclothes agents who did not present an arrest warrant or identification. The arrest resembled an abduction. I was handcuffed, blindfolded and placed in the back of a Sedan … They transferred me to an undisclosed location they called the “technical office.” When we arrived, a few agents severely beat me and verbally abused me. While I was handcuffed and blindfolded, they forced me to sign a few forms that I was unable to read … That night, I was transferred to ward 2-A of Evin prison. I was placed in a solitary cell 2m X 1.7m (6’2″ X 5’8″) wide … I spent 320 days (from October 4, 2008 to August 16, 2009) in solitary confinement without access to anything, or any contact with the outside world … I was subjected to various forms of physical and psychological torture by the “Sepah (Revolutionary Guards) Cyber Counterattack” team. Some of the torture procedures were performed in the presence of Mr. Mousavi, the magistrate of the case. A large portion of my confession was extracted under pressure, physical and psychological torture, threats to me and my family, and false promises of immediate release upon giving a false confession to whatever the interrogators dictated … Sometimes they threatened that they would arrest my wife and torture her in front of me … Most of the time the tortures were performed by a group. While I remained blindfolded and handcuffed, several individuals armed with their fists, cables, and batons struck and punched me … Once in October 2008, the interrogators stripped me while I was blindfolded and threatened to rape me with a bottle of water … One of those very days, as a result of being kicked, punched, and lashed with cables on my head and face, my face became very swollen. I lost consciousness several times, but each time they would wake me up by splashing water on my face [and continued with the torture]. That night, they returned me to my cell. At the end of the night, I realized my ear was bleeding. I banged on the door of my cell, but nobody came … for 20 days, the left side of my body was numb, and I had little control over my left arm and leg muscles … On January 24, 2009, after being subjected to severe beatings, one of the interrogators threatened to pull out my tooth with a pair of tongs … Sometimes, they used extremely painful electrical shock that would paralyze me temporarily … Such mistreatment was aimed at forcing me to write what the interrogators were dictating, and to compel me to play a role to a false confession in front of the camera based on their scenarios … However, the physical tortures were nothing compared to the psychological torments … constant threats to arrest and torture my wife and family if I did not cooperate, threats to kill me. They also provided me with false news of arresting my wife. My mental health was severely threatened … the interrogation team illegally, and contrary to religious principles, withdrew some funds from my credit card account. They also have my Paypal account. I am not sure what they have done with it … Some of the confessions they forced me to make were so ridiculous and quite impossible. For example, they asked me to falsely confess to purchasing a software from the UK for my website. I was forced to add that when somebody visited my website, the software would be, without his/her knowledge, installed on their computer and would take control of their webcam, even when their “Computer” is turned off !!! And so I would to able to make a video of their bed room, each time they make love. Although I told them that what they were suggesting was impossible from a technological point of view, they responded that I should not concern myself with such things! ” It’s really a black comedy. In fact, the savage stupid interrogators made some funny stupid assumptions: 1- All Iranians keep their computer in their bedroom! 2- When a computer is switched off, it still could be so dangerous! 3- All Iranians have a webcam for the s!e!x chat 4- the UK is the land of pioneers of hacking!

The Saeed Malekpour story show you, the foreigners, how we live here. Malekpour just built a website for adult; He lived in Canada, but as an Iranian he was “a corrupter in the earth”! Do you know the real meaning of this stupid Islamic accusation?? He had a very famous p-o-r-n site (for Iranians), and he was sentenced to death just because of it. But why? His family & other Iranians said he is political activist, just because they wanted to save his life. We understand this, but even his family (and 90% of Iranians) think that having a p-o-r-n website is a shameful thing and naturally could be equal to death penalty! It’s really very horrible. Should he get a death sentence because of a p-o-r-n adult website? His wife said that even Canada would not support him if his case was ” building a p-o-r-n website for adult”. why? why Canada is so stupid? His wife says many things privately, but because she’s afraid of Canada or Canadians reactions, she often says the opposite in public. The western media did not cover the Saeed Malekpour’s story, properly. They make a hero of an Iranian woman who killed his husband, but could not defend of a man that had a adult website. They saved her, It’s good. But Malekpour has not killed anybody. Yes, Malekpour was so stupid, and he had to be more cautious, but he was a victim of Russian style “Hot Trap”. Of course the reality of Malekpour’s arrest was not clear, but apparently some hot girls that worked for Sepah, made an appointment with him at Vanak Sq. and then Sepah recognized him and arrested him. Some people say that the Sepah agents in Canada, i.e. the secret Mullah Mafia in Canada, identified him and then it was confirmed by the hot trap. But all of them could be true, and actually the regime makes use of this kind of scenarios a lot. A Saeed Malekpour’s friend in the prison says: “When I returned from the court I walked straight to Saeed. He was standing there in the break room talking to Ali Malihi and Ali Jamali. I asked Saeed if he knew of his verdict. He said: “No, why? have you heard something?”. I told him what I had heard. Ali Jamali broke into cold sweat and Ali Malihi let out a big sigh. But Saeed only smiled and walked to the ward library. He is in charge of ward 350 library … Vahid Asghari also has a similar case to Saeed Malekpour’s. Vahid was in our room and Saeed was in room 9. Vaheed has also been sentenced to death. Vahid handed me a notebook with his handwritings. In that notebook he has written a detailed description of the torture he has gone through at ward 2 of the Sepah (Revolutionary Guards). What they have done to this 25 year old kid is truly moving. I hand copied his notebook and I will publish it on the day he has allowed me to.” The Khamenei’s regime is an Islamic version of USSR and the Stalin’s regime. They make use of hot traps, systematical rape in the detention, and many other dirty Russian methods. They are congenital liars, their religion like other religion, encourage them to tell lie. The world should know about this important matter, more.

Saeed Malekpour’s wife has made a website for her husband’s case:

American Left and pro-Mullahs

March 28, 2011

In 2006, when AN started a confrontational policy over Iran’s nuclear program, a new lobbying group was launched in Europe and the US. “Campaign Against Sanction and Military Intervention in Iran” (CASMII) was founded by Abbas Edalat , a computer professor connected to the inner circle of the Iranian regime. Half of CASMII’s founding board members came from Trita Parsi’s circle and NIAC. The other half came from the so-called Iranian left with anti-Imperialist tendencies who interpreted AN’s howls as progressive. CASMII is the Iranian connection to the American left. Through CASMII, segments of the Left and the anti-war movement in the US have channeled their critique of the war and the US administration to support the Iranian regime. These American personalities and groups have clearly become ardent advocates of the Islamic regime CASMII (, that is a lover of Khamenei’s TV (the state pressTV) and Noam Chomsky, among other PR activities, regularly organizes trips for such groups in the U.S. to visit Iran. Their trip diaries are so laughable and ridiculous.

The lead figure in organizing these trips is CASMII’s president Rostam Pourzal. He is a pro-mullah individual, living in the US. In an article, Pourzal invites the Americans to visit Iran: ” It is past midnight and the news is keeping me awake with joy. After a quarter century my country of birth, Iran, is easing (undeclared) travel restrictions this week for the citizens of my adopted home, the United States. The Iranian government has announced even a $20 incentive for any travel agent who books a tour to Iran for a U.S. citizen. He added: “Equal rights for women are actually not as popular in Iran as we wish … I was stunned during a recent visit to Iran to find that President AN is quite popular among women !!!! from all walks of life.!!!! ” Ardeshir Ommani, one of the CASMII’s main collaborators write: “Each family in the smaller rural farming village of Saman has a refrigerator. Some have clothes washers and dryers. Almost all have televisions. The living space per person seemed greater than in some New York apartments. Healthcare is provided to all children, pre-natal care to pregnant women and care to senior citizens, all at no cost. Teams of nurses and doctors and primary healthcare personnel regularly visit the rural clinics, ensuring that the local municipalities properly provide services.”

Another visitor write: “ the time of my departure back home I was in love with the culture (both public and private worlds I witnessed) that I wept on the plane. The Japanese woman sitting next to me rolled her eyes and assumed that I was leaving behind a sexily spicy hot Iranian man. Perhaps this is true. I was dragged apart from a realm so attractive, unique! Iran was hotter than Casanova for me!” Another visitor write: “We were treated to the best lamb briyani dinner by the mayor of Isfahan !!! who reminded us that public relations begins and ends with people !!!!” Recently, when the mullahs’ wave of public mass hangings was condemned by international community, Phil Wilayto, who led the latest “People’s Peace Delegation to Iran” responded to “ these fallacious allegations against the Iranian regime ”: “Yes, Iran has the death penalty, and uses it. But not nearly so often as the US government, which also now has the largest prison population in the world, both in terms of absolute numbers and as a percentage of the population. Neither did we see any evidence of deep, mass anger with the Iranian government. We talked with Iranians from a wide range of occupations and social classes. Not everyone is happy with the religious and social restrictions, but that discontent seems to be mainly among the middle class, a distinct minority in Iran !!!! Unlike in the U.S., health care is free !!!!, as is education !!!! Most women we saw chose to wear the more conservative chador !!!! the tent-like black veil, as opposed to the more secular manteau and head scarf !!!!

This is the ninth article of The Invisible Hands series.

Iranians and Woody Allen

March 27, 2011

Woody Allen has a great fan club in Iran. We have watched all of his movies here. Iranians, including us, follow Woody Allen’s works and interviews. His views and thoughts are like many of us. Recently he has an interview and said: ” I feel the only way you can get through life is distraction . And you can distract yourself in a million different ways, from turning on the television set and seeing who wins the meaningless soccer game, to going to the movies or listening to music. They’re tricks that I’ve done and that many people do … Life is so much luck. And people are so frightened to admit that. They want to think that they control their life. They think ‘I make my luck’. And you want to keep telling yourself that you’re in control, but you’re not in control. Ninety-nine per cent of it is luck, the luck of the genes, the luck of the draw, what happens during the day, the bomb that goes off on the other guy’s bus “. And about Soon-Yi and his controversial marriage with her, Allen said: “You know, people thought when I first married her that, because of this big age difference, I’d married someone who’d idolize me. But that wasn’t the case at all. She hadn’t seen 90% of my movies, and to this day she hasn’t seen 60% of them. She’s she’s a stern critic of my work. She unashamedly hates my clarinet playing. Can’t bear it. Can’t bear my practicing. Never comes to a concert. Thinks it’s torture!!”

We have watched all of his movies and liked most of them. If we want to make a list of his best movies, it would be a long list: Play It Again, Sam (1972), Every Thing You Always Wanted to Know About S-e-x, But Were Afraid to Ask (1972), Annie Hall (1977), Manhattan (1979) , Broadway Danny Rose (1984), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), New York ST!O!Ries (1989), Husbands and Wives (1992) , Mighty Aphrodite (1995) , Deconstructing Harry (1997), Celebrity (1998), Hollywood Ending (2002) , Anything Else (2003), Melinda and Melinda (2004), Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) and Whatever Works (2009). In the past years, we have collected an excerpt of his interviews, and it could show how he think and live. In fact, many of his thoughts and views are like ours. We think many of our readers love movie and watch movie, and sharing that excerpt could be interesting for them. so here are that excerpt:

Without any question I think life is tragic . There are oases of comedy within it. But, when the day is done and it’s all over, the news is bad. We come to an unpleasant end … Human existence is a brutal experience to me. it’s a brutal, meaningless experience—an agonizing, meaningless experience with some oases, delight, some charm and peace, but these are just small oases. Overall, it is a brutal, brutal, terrible experience, and so it’s what can you do to alleviate the agony of the human condition, the human predicament? That is what interests me the most. I continue to make the films because the problem obsesses me all the time and it’s consistently on my mind and I’m consistently trying to alleviate the problem, and I think by making films as frequently as I do I get a chance to vent the problems. There is some relief. I have said this before in a facetious way, but it is not so facetious: I am a whiner. I do get a certain amount of solace from whining … My relationship with death remains the same … I am strongly against it. All I can do, though, is write. I was lucky. My parents lived a long time, so maybe that will be good for me, I don’t know, I am a big coward. It’s a no-win proposition because you know what happens? You die. Don’t forget that I’m not a religious person, so you die, and you disintegrate in one way or another-either you’re cremated or you decompose-and you’re gone. That’s it. There’s no other at bat. It’s one strike and you’re out … Getting older has no redeeming quality. I haven’t mellowed, I haven’t gained any wisdom, it’s a bad thing. You don’t wanna get older, it has nothing going for it. The worst thing about getting older is your body breaks down and you’re closer to death. So, you know, that’s an unbeatable combination. There’s nothing good about getting older-absolutely nothing-because the amount of wisdom and experience you gain is negligible compared to what you lose. You do gain a couple of things-you gain a little bittersweet and sour wisdom from your heartbreaks and failures and things-but what you lose is so catastrophic in every way.

There is no justice, there is no rational structure to it. That is just the way it is, and each person figures out some way to cope … Some people cope better than others. I was with Billy Graham once, and he said that even if it turned out in the end that there is no God and the universe is empty, he would still have had a better life than me. I understand that. If you can delude yourself by believing that there is some kind of Santa Claus out there who is going to bail you out in the end, then it will help you get through. Even if you are proven wrong in the end, you would have had a better life … And I feel you can be distracted – you get distracted by your relationships, you get distracted by the meaninglessness of a sporting event, by a movie, by the work that you’re doing that you think is important at the time – I think it’s so important whether my film works or not when in fact it’s completely meaningless, and I think it’s important whether the Giants win the Pennant. And so we distract ourselves, and good distraction is the best we can do. But the overall picture – if they sit you down in a chair and really shove reality in your face – I feel about it the way Freud, Nietzche, Eugene O’Neill felt about it, and that is very pessimistic, but optimistic about this comparatively minor problem in a much grimmer totality. Have I depressed you enough?

One film a year really isn’t a big deal. There’s plenty of time to do all this stuff, and plenty of time for my family and to go to the basketball game and take walks and go to dinner every night … what can you … you need luck. It’s a very, very important part of your life, and you don’t acknowledge that. … I enjoy working. It’s good physical therapy for me-it’s important to get up in the morning and to do something. My grandparents used to get up in the morning and they’d sit and stare out the window all day long and grow old and fat. That’s what they did -they did nothing. And I don’t enjoy that. I get antsy. I like to do stuff. I like to get up and practice music and write something for The New Yorker or work on a script or direct a film. I like to work because it keeps me occupied. What else do you do if you don’t work? When you’re worried about this joke, and this costume, and this wig, and that location, and the dailies, you’re not worried about death and the brevity of life. I watch a lot of baseball on television. I do all that stuff. I’ve got plenty of time to play with my kids-I bring them to school in the morning. I have time to do the treadmill. I have time to practice the clarinet. I have time to go on tour with my jazz band, and take walks with my wife, and still make movies because none of this stuff is rocket science.

I think-and my sister would agree-that I’ve inherited the worst of each parent. I have my father’s hypochondria and lack of concentration. I have his amorality. I have everything bad that he had. Then I have my mother’s surly, pill-like, complaining, whining attitude … They were creatures of the Depression -they would have been thrilled if I had been a pharmacist or something reliable. But I don’t think that I’ve ever fulfilled my promise. I think that I was born lucky with a very good sense of humor and a reasonably good native intelligence. But I should have studied and been bookish. I should have gone to college and become a philosophy major. I should have studied literature. I should have aimed much higher than I aimed … I’d want to play the piano. I mean, I would trade my talent right now, even up, for Bud Powell’s talent. That would be just fine with me … I wanted to be an FBI man, But you have to be five-foot-seven and have 20/20 vision. Then I toyed with becoming a master criminal—but you have to be five-foot-seven and have 20/20 vision”

I’ve never emailed anyone in my life, or received an email. I wouldn’t know how to do that. I have no interest in it. I don’t own a computer, you know, or any of that stuff … I’ve never had a puff of marijuana. I’ve never had cocaine. I’ve never had speed. I’ve never had heroin. I’ve never in my life had a sleeping pill. I don’t have drug curiosity … People ask me whether I think that one day I might wake up one morning and run dry, but I’ve had the opposite feeling – that I would die before I had time to write all the ideas in my drawer. I don’t keep a notebook, but I do jot. I have a drawer full of matchbook covers and napkins and little notes. And some of them seem sensational when I’m jotting them down and then later I can’t imagine what was so exciting about them. And then others actually hold up and become films … I’m not the great artist that I was certain I would be when I was younger. I still delude myself sometimes and think “Well, maybe I’ll get lucky and something will come out like that.” But you know, after 40, 41 films, whatever – you start to realize: it’s just not there. Very often I see the film I’ve made and I’m very disappointed and I think I’ve screwed up the idea or gotten fifty or ninety percent of what I wanted to do but not one hundred.

Ingmar Bergman and I had dinner in his New York hotel suite; it was a great treat for me. I was nervous, I really didn’t want to go. But he was not at all what you might expect: the formidable, dark, brooding genius. He was a regular guy. He commiserated with me about low box-office grosses and women and having to put up with studios. Later, he’d speak to me by phone from his oddball little island [Faro, where Bergman lived his last 40 years]. He confided about his irrational dreams: for instance, that he would show up on the set and not know where to put the camera and be completely panic-stricken. He’d have to wake up and tell himself that he is an experienced, respected direcT!O!R and he certainly does know where to put the camera. But that anxiety was with him long after he had created 15, 20 masterpieces. He was a ladies’ man. He loved relationships with women … When I was younger, every week we’d get a Fellini or a Bergman or a Godard or Truffaut, but now you almost never get any of that.

I have friends – I have very few friends, actually, because I just am not – I’m not good at it. I just have never been good at it … When I finish a film completely, there’s about a half dozen, maybe eight people, that I do want to see the movie. I will invite Diane Keaton. I will invite some personal friends of mine, between six and 10, maximum. And once they’ve seen the picture, I don’t much care any more. That’s the fun that I get: to sit in here with Keaton, or my friends, and amuse or delight them with it. That gives me a kick. After that, it doesn’t matter to me … I always have Scarlett Johansson in mind. [laughs] I’m the president of her fan club. She’s got a great sense of humor. Scarlett is one of the few people who always tops me. Whenever I say something amusing, she always manages to say something quicker-and funnier than what I’ve said-in return … “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” had a long story. I had anything written- Penélope Cruz was in New York and her office called and said she’d like to come over and meet me. So she came by and said, you know, if I’m doing something in Barcelona, then she’d be interested in participating. And, of course, that was a godsend to me because she’s so gifted and so beautiful-I couldn’t get my mind around it when I was talking to her. And then they said that Javier Bardem would also be interested and was available , so I thought to myself, “Okay, I want to make a film in Barcelona.” …. In this particular case, there was a CD that had been delivered to the room with the song “Barcelona” on it. Normally, I just chuck the CDs in a pile and I never really hear them. But because I felt like I had a slightly longer car ride to the location where we were shooting that day, I brought this one along and stuck it in the car just to see what it was like. And, you know, the second I heard the song, I said to the producer who was in the car with me, “I want to get this song and use it in the movie. It’s perfect for what I want.” …. I probably will do a few more films in European cities, as my father would say, “for the simple reason that my wife likes to travel.”. That is one of the reasons that I think of shooting in Europe. Then, another reason is, of course, that these European countries invite me and they make it very appetizing. They put the money in the bank. And they’re not film studios.

to Burn or Not to Burn

March 27, 2011

Terry Jones, a Christian fanatic, again wants to burn the Koran (Quran). Jones, who has about 50 followers, declaring “Islam is of the Devil.” The Quran, according to Jones, is “evil” because it espouses something other than biblical truth !!!! His church follows the Pentecostal tradition, which teaches that the Holy Spirit !!!! can manifest itself in the modern day. Pentecostals often view themselves as engaged in spiritual warfare against satanic forces !!!! He is really a stupid religious fanatic, and again the religious fanatics want to fight against each other in the 21st century. If an atheist or agnostic wanted to burn the Koran (Quran), we would supported him/her, but this stupid Jones has another story.

The Koran (Quran) burning debate could be very serious in the US. The government are really stupid. Gen. David Petraeus said : “images of the burning of a Koran (Quran) would undoubtedly be used by extremists in Afghanistan — and around the world — to inflame public opinion and incite violence”! They are just worried about Muslim fanatics, not about Christian or Jew fanatics. Some Christian fanatics say: “Maybe it’s time to send a message to radical Islam that we will not tolerate their behavior”. Yes, it’s good that we send a message to radical Islam, but who is this “We” ?! There is no difference between “radical Christianity” or “radical Judaism” and “radical Islam”; All of them are shitty and unfavorable. The open-minded human beings f-u-c-k all of them, “radical Christianity”, “radical Judaism” and “radical Islam”.

Jones said lawyers have told him his right to burn Qurans is protected by the First Amendment. The same would hold true, he said, if Muslims wanted to burn Bibles in the front yard of a mosque. “Of course, I would not like it,” Jones said. But “I definitely would not threaten to kill them, as we have been threatened.” Yes, this is better than stupid Muslim fanatics, but he is a stupid hypocrite and think that other people are as stupid as him. If we want to burn Koran (Quran), we certainly burn it with The Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament, the Torah, and all other Holy shits. Jones, the great hypocrite mothref-u-c-k-er, should know that the Koran (Quran) has not any difference with the Bible, and both of them have their pros and cons. The Bible is full of stupid shits, as the Koran; and The Koran has many safe advices, as the Bible. What is this shit “ The Biblical truth !!!! ” ?? You, the motherf-u-c-k-er Christian fanatics, think that we live in the Middle Age ? We would take shit and piss on the Church, Mosque, Synagogue, Temple, and other Holy f-u-c-k-ing place, if their followers want to bring us back to the Middle Age.

The devout and pious people could be as respectful as atheist or agnostic. We could see that many Sufis, Mystics or Arefs, are real human beings and many of atheists or agnostics are real bastards and among the great motherf-u-c-k-ers. In fact, Being religious or irreligious is not very important; Being a wise and open-minded human being is very very important. we would write more about this important matter later.

Canadian Government Collapsed

March 26, 2011

The conservative government of Canada, the government of the motherf-u-c-k-er Stephen Harper collapsed. Harper’s policies, especially about Immigration and Iranian (green) movement, caused a lot of problems for Iranians. Canadian opposition parties have brought down the government of Stephen Harper in a vote of no confidence, triggering an election that polls suggest will reinstate the status quo of minority rule by his Conservative party. Early Friday afternoon, 156 opposition MPs – all of the Liberals, New Democrats and Bloquistes present in the House of Commons – rose to support a motion of no-confidence. It was also a motion that declared the government to be in contempt of Parliament for its refusal to share information that opposition members said they needed to properly assess legislation put before them

Harper said: “Unfortunately, Mr. Ignatieff and his coalition partners in the NDP and Bloc Quebecois made abundantly clear that they had already decided they wanted an election instead, Canada’s fourth election in seven years , an election Canadians had told them clearly that they did not want”. The Liberal Leader, Ignatieff, said Harper confirmed his disrespect for democracy by speaking after the vote but making no mention of the fact that his government had just been found in contempt of Parliament and taking no questions from reporters. He added: “This tells you all you need to know about this man … We are the people’s representatives. When the government spends money, the people have a right to know what it is to be spent on. Parliament does not issue blank cheques.” The opposition parties combined hold the majority of the seats in parliament with 160 while the Conservatives have 143. There is a chance the left-of-centre parties might join forces in a coalition if Harper wins another minority government on the expected election date of 2 May.

The Conservatives are noting that the Liberal leader, Michael Ignatieff, will not rule out forming a coalition government with the other opposition parties. Opposition New Democrat leader Jack Layton has said he will not rule out forming a coalition with Ignatieff. Ignatieff took over the Liberal party in December 2008 and the election will be his first up against Harper. Ignatieff, 63, is an author, historian and TV panel regular in Britain before going into politics. Harper, 51, is a career politician who has spent the last five years emphasising a more conservative Canadian identity and moving Canada incrementally to the right. He has gradually lowered sales and corporate taxes, increased spending on the military and made Arctic sovereignty a priority. In foreign policy he did not support the Iranian green movement in 2009. Last week Harper asked police to look into the activities of Bruce Carson, a key former aide. Carson, 66, is accused of using the access he had to senior members of the government to lobby on behalf of a company affiliated with his 22-year-old fiancee, a former escort. In fact, Canada has a long history of financial and political corruption, these new scandals just add more items to the previous long list of shameful scandals.

The opposition parties were also united against Harper’s latest budget plan but wanted to defeat the government over allegations it is in contempt of parliament. “There are only two alternatives here. More of this disrespect for democracy, more of this contempt for the Canadian people, or a compassionate, responsible Liberal government,” Ignatieff said. Harper is a centre-right prime minister in a traditionally liberal country, and his plan to cut corporate tax rates has given the opposition, led by the left-leaning Liberals, an opening to argue that Canada is running a record deficit that will only worsen if taxes are cut. Opposition parties are hammering the prime minister for planning to spend at least Cdn$16bn on 65 American-made F-35 joint strike fighter planes, one of the biggest military purchases in Canadian history.

Mullah Mafia at Harvard

March 26, 2011

Three former Iranian deputy ministers, Abbas Maleki, M. Jaffar Mahallati and Farhad Atai have made Boston the base for their mission to assist with Mullahs’s strategic goals. These diplomats have been recycled as scholars at Harvard or other fine American institutions. Senior among them is Abbas Maleki. A former revolutionary guard, a high-ranking Iranian diplomat, and now a senior fellow at Harvard, Maleki is a prominent figure of the Mullahs’ lobby in the US. He has been the Deputy Foreign Minister (1989-1997), advisor to the Supreme Leader until 2003 and the director of International Affairs at the Expediency Council until 2006 He also is assistant professor of political science at Sharif University, director of the International Institute for Caspian Studies, and senior associate of the Belfer Center’s International Security Program. His CV at his Institute for Caspian Studies !! (that plunder the people money) shows who is he (our comments come in parenthesis): ” BS in Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University, Tehran 1975-85 (Iranians know what this means, i.e. he was a Sepahi/Basiji and his university study has took 10 years and his BS is a fake BS!) MS in Industrial Engineering and Management, Sharif University 1992-94 (After the war, he went to the university by special Mullah’s admission ) Deputy Foreign Minister for Research and Education, Iran’s Foreign Ministry, 1989-1997. Advisor to Iran’s Foreign Minister, 1997-2002 (i.e. he is a high rank Mullah’s diplomat) Member of the Office of International Relations Advisor to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Leader, 1997-2003 Advisor to the Chairman of Islamic Republic of Iran’s Broadcasting,, 1997- 2002, and Advisor to Iranian Minister for Culture and Islamic Guidance, 1997-2000. (i.e. he is an expert hypocrite) Director, Department of Crude Oil Pricing, National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), 1982-1985. General Manager, PetroPars Institute for Oil and Gas, Kish Island, 2005-2006 (i.e. he is a key figure in the Mullah’s Oil Mafia) Member of Board of Trusties, International Institute for Energy Studies (IIES), 1994-1998 (he is a member of international Oil Mafia ??!!) Advisor to the Director of the World Bank (in Middle East and North African Affairs), 1993-1997 (he is a member of international Mafia ??!!) Director, International Relations Research Department, Centre for Strategic Research,, 2000-2006 (i.e. he is a secret agent) General Manager, Islamic Culture Publishing Organization , 1986-2001 (i.e. he is a motherf-u-c-k-er Islamist) The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Plenipotentiary Ambassador, 1989-1997 (it clearly shows who is he)


Abbas Maleki’s webpage at Harvard University has many interesting things. He had many articles that show his goals, like: “Iran’s Nuclear File: Recommendations for the Future“,By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program “ How to Build US-Iran Relations “, Boston Globe, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “U.S., Iran Need to Build Confidence “, San Francisco Chronicle, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “ Iran’s Diplomacy in Action “, Agence Global, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Kaveh L. Afrasiabi. “ Finding a Way Out of the Iranian Nuclear Crisis “, paper, By Abbas Maleki, Senior Associate, International Security Program and Matthew Bunn, Associate Professor of Public Policy. His Email address at Harvard University is , and his webpage at Sharif University is :


The Mahallatis are well known in the Islamic revolution of Iran. Ayatollah Fazlollah Mahallati, father of foundation director Mohammad Hossein, was the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards. He oversaw the 1983 U.S. Embassy bombing in Beirut, killing 241 American Marines. Mohammad Hossein Mahallati’s brother, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati, served as Iran’s Ambassador to the U.N. from 1987 to 1989 and now work at Haravard !!! M. Ja’far Mahallati’s CV at his own foundation in Boston, USA, i.e Ilex foundation, says who is he (our comments come in parenthesis) : “ Co-Founder and Trustee. The Ilex Foundation, headquarters in Boston, M.A., U.S.A. 1999 – now (the regime’s lobby center in Boston) … Ph.D., Islamic Studies. McGill University (he is really a Mullah) …B.A., Economics. National University of Iran, Tehran. 1975. B.S., Civil Engineering. University of Kansas, Lawrence. 1978. (he was a student in the Shah’s regime) Islamic Studies (Jurisprudence/History). Khan Seminary, Shiraz, Iran, 1969-72 (i.e. before he went to the university, he like his Mullah family, followed the family tradition and went to Howzeh, i.e he want to become a Mullah and he became a junior Mullah) Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Iran to the United Nations, U.S.A. 1987 – 1989. Organized and Delivered Paper. Islam and Democracy Conference. Columbia University (he works for Islam and Islamists in the US)

Forbes has an interesting article about Alavi Foundation, Mahallati, and Clinton family! that says: ” On Dec. 19, 2008, at 2 p.m., the New York-based Alavi Foundation, which supports Iranian causes, contributed between $25,000 and $50,000 to the William J. Clinton Foundation … The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York indicted the president of the Alavi Foundation, Farshid Jahedi, “on a charge of obstruction of justice for allegedly destroying documents required to be produced under a grand jury subpoena concerning the Alavi Foundation’s relationship with Bank Melli Iran and the ownership of a Manhattan office building … In 2007, Alavi’s IRS filing reported $87,899,567 in assets and $3,315, 237 that went to charity. Of this, $365,056 went to schools and universities, $328,667 was spent on book publications and distribution, and $262,325 was given to schools in the form of interest-free loans … In 1993, the foundation’s director, Manoucher Shafie, together with his successor Mohammad Hossein Mahallati , director from 1983 to 1992, were suspected by U.S. authorities of “exporting germ-warfare toxins to Iran.” Neither was convicted. The Mahallatis are well known in revolutionary Iran. Ayatollah Fazlollah Mahallati, father of foundation director Mohammad Hossein, was the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards. He oversaw the 1983 U.S. Embassy bombing in Beirut, killing 241 American Marines. Mohammad Hossein Mahallati’s brother, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati, served as Iran’s Ambassador to the U.N. from 1987 to 1989, during which time the foundation, run by his brother, gave at least $1.4 million to Sheikh Omar Abdul-Rahman’s Brooklyn mosque … Meanwhile, former Ambassador Mahallati has become a popular lecturer at America’s elite universities and is now a visiting professor of religion at Oberlin College. His research focuses on the “ethics of friendship in Muslim cultures. Moreover, to better spread the mullahs’ dogma, in 1999, Mohammad Ja’far Mahallati co-founded his own charity, the Boston-based Ilex Foundation, of which he is a trustee. Ilex is described as “a cultural bridge-building institution.” Ilex’s Trustees’ list reads like the who’s who among Middle East academics in the U.S., with names like Richard W. Bulliet of Columbia University and Olga M. Davidson of Wellesley College. Although the Alavi contribution to Clinton is legal, it is malodorous. However, as long as the U.S. government continues to treat different Iranian entities as though they are separate from the state it recognizes as a sponsor of terrorism, the mullahs will be free to advance their agenda in the U.S we would write more about ilex foundation and other Mullah’s mercenaries in the US and Harvard.

This is the eighth article of The Invisible Hands series. The second one was Iran regime’s Mafia in USA . The third was Shame on Iranian Journalists . The fourth was A Terrorist at Princeton Universitys . The fifth was Mullah Mafia in USA . The sixth was American Left and Mullah Mafia . And the seventh was VOA or VOM?

The Greatest Bastards

March 26, 2011

The world would be a better place, if all human beings, could get rid of the greatest bastards. The Greatest bastards are hypocrite, and could deceive a bunch of stupid or naive people. The greatest bastards have just a few little difference with each other, and all of them screw the world and human life in the name of the freedom, democracy and human rights. In fact, nowadays all dictators pretend to defend the freedom and democracy, because otherwise all their supporters would abandon them.


The Greatest bastards have their own media, and media support. We, all, should know them and try to behave towards them as they deserve. It’s a human duty. The greatest bastards could succeed in f-u-c-k-ing us, only when some of us stupidly support them. In fact, the lunatic left and the lunatic right, stupidly defend the greatest bastards in the name of freedom and democracy, and it causes a lot of problems for all human beings.

Mr. Bin Bush


Indeed, sometime some one like Mr. Osama George Bin W. Bush has the support of the lunatic right, and sometime some one like the Hugo motherf-u-c-k-er Chavez has the support of the lunatic left, and sometime the legitimate struggle against the savage Gaddafi, is rejected by both the lunatic left and the lunatic right. In this f-u-c-k-ing world, in this mad mad world, the Islamist, the Monarchist, and the fascist pretend to be democrat, and the stupid left and right, defend these stupid groups, in the name of freedom and democracy. In this f-u-c-k-ing world, and in this mad mad world, we should prefer Mr. Osama George Bin W. Bush to Obama, or Chomsky, simply because at least Khamenei and a bunch of brutal Islamic dictators were frighten to death of him, and it was good thing. It was a really good thing.

Chomsky: Independence vs Freedom

March 25, 2011

Noam Chomsky works with Khamenei’s TV, Press TV, and his fans say that he could work with any media, even fascist media. We wrote about this dreadful mistake , and now we want to write about some more important issues about Chomsky and his co-operation with Khamenei’s media. On February 28, 2011, Chomsky had another interview with Khamenei’s TV (Press TV) Here are excerpts of it (our comments come in parenthesis) :”The US is in fact continuing to back the Mubarak dictatorship! … but the US will call for democracy in Iran just as it called for democracy in Eastern Europe states !!!(bastard liar) …You have to remember that stability is a cold code word (and that is not why the US wants Khamenei and doesn’t support Iranian protesters, Mr. stupid?!) … I mean that is why Britain and the US have traditionally supported the radical Islamic fundamentalism, Saudi Arabia primarily (not Iran and Khamenei Mr. stupid ?!!!) … Stability doesn’t mean stability; it means obedience to US domination” Indeed, this interview show us that Chomsky has some basic and fundamental misunderstandings. And of course Khamenei’s TV makes use of this Chomsky’s foolishness. Chomsky has a lot of interviews (monthly or even weekly interviews) with Khamenei’s TV, and he and his friends either try to hide this shameful fact form Americans, or try to justify it stupidly But the great foolishness and mistake of Noam Chomsky is more important, and it is about “Independence” and “Freedom”.

Noam Chomsky and other lunatic lefts think that Independence is much more important than anything else; And for fighting with the US and Imperialism, first and foremost, we should be “Independent“. In fact, It’s a historical mistake from 1910s. In the Islamic revolution of 1979, the Iranian Left exactly imposed the same mistake on Iranians, and f-u-c-ked us for more than three decades. In fact, Iranians have paid a really high price for this stupid dreadful mistake, and so we could understand this problem better than any other nations in the world. The key point is that “The freedom” and democracy are much more important than independence, and anything else in the world. But why? because if you were free you could choose anything and decide for yourself; If you were free, you naturally would choose independence, and would be independent, but not vice versa.. In Iran, we have learned that we should f-u-c-k the independence without freedom. Indeed, if our parents were wise, they would not listen to the motherf-u-c-k-er left, and emphasize the importance of Freedom, instead of Independence. With Freedom you could easily have Independence, but with Independence you could easily have a great independent tyranny! Our parents blindly accepted what the lunatic left said and did not take a look at the history. Stalin’s regime was independent , but they were the most savage and notorious regime in the world history. Hitler and German Nazism were independent, Mussolini and Italian fascism were independent, and Franco and his regime in Spain were independent, too. In fact, you should be really blind to ignore this historical evidence.

But it’s not the whole story, and still there is another interesting key points about independence tyranny. In fact, the independence tyranny gradually lose the independence and become a dependent tyranny. In the absence of Freedom, the corruption begins to grow; and gradually the tyrant and his regime make more and more secret deals with foreign powers and finally sell the whole county to them. In fact, it’s the freedom that control the corruption and the corrupt rulers, and in the absence of freedom, the corruption rapidly and astronomically grow. And it’s so obvious that the independence is among the first victims. In fact, it’s what we experienced it in Iran, and we have paid a very high and astronomical price for it. But this stupid mistake was not inevitable, our parents and the lunatic left could learn from the world history. Another interesting point is that many historical evidence and a lot of abstract reasoning show us that even the independent tyranny are more dangerous than the dependent tyranny! The dependent tyranny, like Shah’s regime in Iran, Mubarak’s regime in Egypt, or Ben Ali’s regime in Tunisia, obey the foreign orders and when the Masters tell them that you should go, they go without a serious cost. But independent or semi-independent tyranny, like the Islamic regime in Iran and Gaddafi’s regime in Libya don’t listen to the outside world and kill their own people as much as they can, and impose a serious cost on the people. The Iranian and Libyan have paid a very high price for this dreadful horrible mistake. And the motherf-u-c-k-er left, and the people like Chomsky, are the main responsible of this f-u-c-k-ing problem. They owe us a lot; this stupid mistake f-u-c-k-ed many life and created many f-u-c-k-ing tragedies in Iran and other parts of the world. They owe us at least an apology. They owe all human beings for this f-u-c-k-ing horrible mistake; But unfortunately they not only don’t offer any apology, but they repeat their f-u-c-k-ing mistakes and don’t feel ashamed at all.

This is the third article of Noam Chomsky vs Iranians series . The second was When Intellectuals become Dumb

The Lion: Iran or Persia?

March 25, 2011

The national and historic symbol of Iran or Persia is Lion , and an American has written a book about the Eagle and the Lion (Bill James, The Eagle and the Lion: The Tragedy of American-Iranian Relations. Yale University Press, 1989 [an analysis of relations between the two countries starting from the 1830s]). But why does the Lion has two names, Iran and Persia? In the 6th century BC the territory of present-day Iran was the center of the Persian Empire. For more than 2000 years, the region’s inhabitants have referred to it by the name Iran, derived from the Aryan tribes who settled the area long ago. After the Persian Empire, for about 2000 years Iran was called Persia. In 1935, Reza Shah demanded that the name Iran be used again, changed the name of Persia to Iran . Indeed, Persia is the old name and Iran is a new name and an ancient name. But why did Reza Shan change the name of the country? Mainly because of the corrupt and weak Qajar dynasty, 1794 – 1925. In fact, Qajar dynasty disgraced Persia a lot, as we said before and Reza Shah wanted to say the world that our country has changed and they should forget the disgraced Persia that was run by Qajar dynasty. This story is exactly our today story, and we want to say the world that our country is not the disgraced Iran that is run by the Islamic regime. Iran that means the territory of Aryan people, is not a bad name, but is a disgraced name now, and is mistaken for Iraq too often. Maybe we should think more about turning back our country name to Persia , again.

Iran, that means the territory of Aryans, was settled about 3000 BC by Aryan tribes, the most important of which were the Medes and the Persians . The first prominent leader of the Persians was the warrior chief Hakhamanish, or Achaemenes, who lived about 681 BC. The Persians were dominated by the Medes until the accession to the Persian throne in 550 BC of Cyrus the Great. Zoroastrianism gradually emerged as the official religion of ancient Iran during the Achaemenid dynasty. Inscriptions from the reign of Darius the Great, from 522 BC to 486 BC, are full of the praise of Ahura Mazda. Darius stressed truthfulness and seems to have regarded the lie as a worldwide evil force. At its height the Persian Empire stretched from Greece and Libya in the west to the Indus River in present-day India in the east. The many nations under the empire’s rule enjoyed considerable autonomy in return for supplying the empire’s wealth. Each year at Nowruz or New Year,
representatives from these nations brought tribute to the king. The Persian kings used Persepolis primarily as a residence and for ceremonies such as the Nowruz or New Year’s celebration. Persepolis (Greek, “City of the Persians”) or Parsa, one of the ancient capitals of Persia, established by Darius the Great in the late 6th century BC. Its ruins lie 56 km northeast of Shiraz, and it is known today in Iran as Takht-i Jamshid (“Throne of Jamshid”) after a the legendary king Jamshid. Alexander of Macedonia plundered Persepolis and then set it afire in 330 BC. He needed 20,000 mules and 5,000 camels to carry away the treasure looted from Persepolis, according to Greek biographer Plutarch

We should think more about the name Persia . It’s not a ethnic or racist name. It’s just an ancient and glorious name and we could use it again. Iran’s population is made up of numerous ethnic groups. Persians are the largest ethnic group, and include such groups as the Gilaki and the Mazandarani who live in Northern Provinces of Gilan and Mazandaran. Accounting for more than 60 percent of the total population, Persians live in all around the country. Two groups closely related to the Persians both ethnically and linguistically are the Kurds and the Lurs . Turkic tribes began migrating into northwestern Iran in the 11th century, and now live in Azerbaijan Province and Tehran. Azeris and other Turkic peoples together account for about 25 percent of Iran’s inhabitants. The remainder of the population comprises small communities of Arabs, Armenians, Assyrians, Baluchis, Georgians, Pashtuns, and others. But we think all of them could accept the name Persia , because it’s just an ancient and glorious name.

(The references that we used are: Iranica Encyclopedia, Encyclopedia Britannica and Encarta Encyclopedia)

Answer to Readers, 25 Mar

March 25, 2011

Thank you all. Thanks Micheline Pease, Rey Respress, Terry Henfleet , Hassie Cwalinski, Evan C. , Eron Johns, dui guy, wine accessories guy, Pharmb, and masht abbas! We send a hearty greeting to all people in California! thank you all for your support. A new friend asked : “How much do people in Iran realize that their country, too, could be devastated, radioactively poisoned by peaceful nuclear reactors. If people aren’t worried, what are they thinking?” we should write an article about this important matter very soon. But now we should say that the majority of Iranians are so sensitive to the nuclear matters, and they prefer the green energy for the whole world. They think that all human beings, should say no to the nuclear power, without any discrimination. Nuclear power is bad for Iran, as it is bad for the US, Europe, Japan, and any other countries.

Another new friend asked: “Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?” Writing like any other create work, should come from heart. You write simply because if you don’t write, you would become sick and you would feel a great discomfort. We should write just when we need to write and need to say something. In this way, we write about matters that we are familiar with, and we know them well. Writing is a need, writing is a tool for avoiding inner explosion! When you feel you could not sleep or you could not do your routine job, because you have something to say to others, it’s the proper time for writing or start writing. In fact, writing is become a serious obligation, and if you don’t do that, you could not even sleep, and you feel a great discomfort. It’s like other creative works, and we could hear that many creative artists or inventors say the same thing. They create just because they feel that they should create, and if they don’t do that, they feel discomfort. So start to write just when you feel you could not bear shutting your mouths. Then you have many things to say, many things that you could not imagine if you could have enough time in your life to write about them. It’s better to start with a free platform like WordPress and then go for a paid option.

Viva Africa, Viva free Africans

March 24, 2011

Africa is the ancient motherland of all human beings. Africa is not just for black people or Africans. Africa is for all human beings, like other place of our planet earth. We, all human beings, should not allow some savage dictators and their supporters to disgrace Africa and respectful Africans. Some motherf-u-c-k-er Africans say: “Africa is for us, Africa is for the black, Africa is for our dictators, leave us alone in Africa, We want to kill our people, it’s none of you business” In fact, “Africa, Africa” or “Viva Africa” is considered to be a chant for African fanatics. But we, i.e. all free human beings, say “Viva Africa”, too. Africa is important for us, like our countries and all other parts of our planet earth. Africa is our ancient motherland, and we don’t allow some motherf-u-c-k-er savages disgrace and discredit Africa and free Africans. Surely Africa like any other place in our planet earth, has bad guys and good guys. Good guy Africans, black or white, are our brothers and sisters. But we should not allow bad guy Africans to create another Rwanda’s tragedy. Rwanda and other massacres in Africa are enough. Enough is Enough. Rwanda showed us that bad guy Africans, the savage Africans, have no mercy and no human feelings. Bad guy Africans slaughtered children, women, men, and many ordinary Africans. Shame on them all.

Africa is the ancient motherland of all human beings. Africa is our home and we don’t allow some savages to disgrace Africa and African race. Just the white are not racists, the black have many racists, too. But we f-u-c-k both white and black racists. We fight for freedom and democracy, in African, in Asia, in America, in Europe, in Australia, and in other places of our planet earth. Viva Africa, and Viva all free Africans.

Libya’s Tragedy is Iran’s Tragedy

March 24, 2011

As we said before, Libya’s Tragedy is a real human tragedy . The savage Gaddafi is like the savage Khamenei. What happens in Libya could happen in Iran, in the near future. Khamenei and Gaddafi, both kill their own people and have launched a civil war. Gaddafi dogs/thugs are like Khamenei’s dogs/thugs and we could call Gaddafi dogs “Libyan Basiji”. Now we want to take another look at what has happened, and what the poor Libyans and Gaddafi said, after the international attack on the savage Gaddafi and his regime.

Gaddafi’s dogs/thugs, claim civilians have been killed. They said 64 people had been killed by Western bombardment. The stupid western politicians have said Gaddafi “is absolutely not a target” !!!. They could killed just this stupid savage bastard, and then all Libyan Basijis would be given up, but they refuse. They could use of CIA agents for killing the savage Gaddafi, and put an end to the war, but they refuse. We could be sure that if Gaddafi is killed, then the most of Libyan Basiji would be given up; It’s like our condition in Iran. Iranian Basisjis are as coward and opportunist as Libyan Basijis. The latest air strikes on Libya have destroyed a building in the Tripoli compound of Muammar Gaddafi. And we have not forgotten how Iranians wanted that the western fighter jets first come to Iran and f-u-c-k Khamenei’s house and then go to Libya!! The Libyan National Transitional Council, told AP that while airstrikes have helped the rebels, the opposition needs more weapons to win. “You see, Gaddafi himself, we are able to target him, and we would like to have him alive to face the international or the Libyan court for his crime,” Ali Zeidan said. “We don’t like to kill anybody, even Gaddafi himself.” Yes, It’s modern and good, but for ending the civil war, it’s better to kill Gaddafi ASAP, if they can to do it. The Misrata resident told Reuters that armed pro-Gaddafi forces, dressed in civilian clothes , were in the centre of the city. “the city, 200 km (130 miles) east of Tripoli, was surrounded by Gaddafi’s troops and water supplies were still cut off. The people of Misrata went into the streets, unarmed, in an attempt to stop Gaddafi’s forces entering the city. When they gathered in the centre the Gaddafi forces started shooting at them with artillery and guns. They committed a massacre. The hospital told us at least nine people were killed, ” the resident, Saadoun, told Reuters by telephone. Syria’s government, has been adamantly opposed to foreign intervention in Libya. Along with Algeria, Syria voted against the UN resolution to impose a no-fly zone. Of course the sympathy for the poor Libyans and anger at Gaddafi is widespread on the streets of Damascus. William Hague, the US foreign secretary, insisted to reporters that Gaddafi is most certainly not a military target !!, the stupid bastard. Robert Gates, the US defence secretary, said that it would be “unwise”!! to have killing Gaddafi as an objective !!, the stupid bastard. Apparently they don’t want to end the war easily, and want to choose the hardest way, the stupid bastards. Vladimir Motherf-u-c-k-er Putin has continued to express criticism of the air strikes, saying today that he was concerned by the number of civilian deaths !!! He really has learned to be nice person, when he was a KGB killer !!! And Gaddafi says: “No surrender”. Mohammed Ali, an IT engineer said : “They bombed a lot of sites of the Gaddafi army. There is a former hospital where his tanks were based. All the tanks and the hospital were destroyed. A column of tanks was destroyed on the edge of the city. After that there was no shelling. We are very relieved. We are very grateful. We want to thank the world. The Gaddafi forces are scattered around. All that is left is the snipers and our fighters can take care of them . The sniper problem is a big one. A lot of people are still afraid to leave their homes … There was a lot of shelling last night. There are hundreds of Gaddafi men there. Many of them are not from Libya. They are African people. We saw them. Many people have died. Some were shot on the street by Gaddafi’s men

The rotten brains and stupid and lunatic left support the dictators , and we could be sure that the lunatic left and the rotten brains would support Khamenei and the Islamic fascism in the near future, and in our final battle. We also could be sure that The disgraced and discredited Bolivarian dictators would support Khamenei and the Islamic fascism, too. We should be ready to fight against these stupid bastards.

[All the above stories are extracted from Western media’s reports in the last week. In fact, we try to produce a short summary of them. You could find the list of Western media that we used in the sidebar]

Basij Hack Comodo Certificate!

March 24, 2011

On March 15th 2011, a Comodo affiliate RA was compromised resulting in the fraudulent issue of 9 SSL certificates to sites in 7 domains. In fact, a malicious attacker from Iranian government managed to obtain supposedly secure digital certificates that can be used to impersonate Google, Yahoo, Skype, Microsoft , and other major Web sites. The attacker tested the certificate for “” In fact, for more than two months, the Basiji Cyber Army control the Yahoo Email in Iran, and it’s very dangerous to work with Yahoo Email in Iran. All Iranians inside Iran, should be aware of this important matter, if they did not know it before. All other famous and well-known anti-censorship and privacy tools are not safe, as well. Iranians should be very careful. But there are some good solutions for f-u-c-k-ing Mullahs!

Jacob Appelbaum, a Tor Project programmer, says : “On the evening of 16 March, I noticed a very interesting code change to Chromium. In this revision, the developers added X509Certificate::IsBlacklisted, which returns true if a HTTPS certificate has one of these particular serial numbers. These 9 digital certificate are revoked on March 15, 2011 … and finally we found that they are belonged to “COMODO High Assurance Secure Server CA” … In total, nine certificates were acquired. Seven were uniquely named. Two of the certificates were re-issued for a previously issued host name. One certificate was issued for “Global Trustee” rather than a valid host name (see below, for more information). With testing certificates in the list, we have a good accounting of the certificates found in the source code of each browser. Google clarified their discrepancy with the list, acknowledged the duplicate serial mistake and issued subsequent patches. Saving for test hosts, the lists are now identical … If I had to guess at sites, I’d speculate that Facebook, Skype, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, and others are worthy of targeting. Comodo should disclose this information and clear up this speculation with very clear information about who was targeted … Comodo has not yet revealed the extent of the compromise to the public – were their signing keys in a hardware security module? How many certificates in total were ever issued by this specific signing key? … The Tor Project, which ships the Tor Browser Bundle was not notified !!” In fact, in Iran we have a lot of security problems when we work with the Internet. Iranians and non-Iranians should know that the digital certificate for “Global Trustee”, and other fake names, will be use as a “Root Key” for issuing dangerous Islamic “digital certificate”! You should be sure of the validity of all digital certificate, before using it, especially in Browsers.

Comodo response was very stupid and unacceptable . They say: “At no time were any Comodo root keys, intermediate CAs or secure hardware compromised” but how we can be sure !! They say: “An attacker obtained the username and password of a Comodo Trusted Partner in Southern Europe … The attacker used the username and password to login to the particular Comodo RA account and effect the fraudulent issue of the certificates.” The Comodo incident report says: “a RA suffered an attack that resulted in a breach of one user account of that specific RA. This RA account was then used fraudulently to issue 9 certificates … The attacker, used a RA account!, and was well prepared and knew in advance what he was to try to achieve. He seemed to have a list of targets that he knew he wanted to obtain certificates for, was able quickly to generate the CSRs for these certificates and submit the orders to our system so that the certificates would be produced and made available to him … The Iranian government has recently attacked other encrypted methods of communication !!!! … It’s not the first government to have done something like this. Late last year, the Tunisian government undertook an ambitious scheme to steal an entire country’s worth of Gmail, Yahoo, and Facebook passwords” They are so stupid and so passive.

Comodo has a very bad history. When Certstar got caught issuing a certificate for without doing valid checks
( people started calling out Comodo because Certstar was a Comodo reseller and Comodo shouldn’t have let that happen. The story of “AddTrust AB” was interesting, a company that no longer exists as a company, but Comodo bought the certificates from them, and the rights to continue to use their root CA which bear the AddTrust name. The history is illustrative, basically the AddTrust company was acquired by ScandTrust (out of Malmö, Sweden), which was a Swedish CA, and then Comodo purchased the AddTrust root from ScandTrust. Then Comodo also purchased UserTrust, which had four roots and those also became part of Comodo when UserTrust became a “Comodo Group Company”. This is interesting because defunct companies, that had been sold, transferred their key material around to different parties !! In fact, we have more general issues and problems. The Browsers should give insecure CA keys an Internet Death Sentence rather than expose the users of the browsers to known problems. This should serve as a wake up call to the internet. We need to research, build, and share new methods for ensuring trust, identity, authenticity, and confidentiality on the internet. But now we have some advice for ourselves and other Iranians and non-Iranians: The key point is that: “Don’t use any famous software, tools, browser, or website”. Don’t use FireFox, IE and google Chrome. There are some better and more secure free browsers. If you want to make use of Gmail, or Yahoo email, you could find some non-typical interfaces for them. Try to use some free, less-known, and secure email service that support SSL. You could find them if you search a little. And don’t use the typical and classic “Tor project” in Iran, it is not safe and secure in Iran.

Libya’s Tragedy is Our Tragedy

March 24, 2011

The savage Gaddafi is like other savage dictators, like Khamenei, Bashar Asad, Saddam, etc. What happens in Libya could happen in any other country, even in the western countries. Do we forget World War 1 and 2, and the Savage Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Stalin, Napoleon, etc? In World War 1 more than 10 million were killed and more than 20 million wounded in the West. In World War 2 more than 55 million were killed in the West. Most experts estimate the military and civilian losses of Allied forces at 44 million and those of the Axis at 11 million. We should not forget that the lunatic left, the rotten brains, with the help of lunatic right, the racist and the religious fanatics, could cause another great tragedy in the West. Gaddafi’s thugs/dogs are like Khamenei’s Basij and Sepah, like SS and Gestapo, like KGB and other western Secret Police. We, all human beings, should be so sensitive to Libya’s tragedy, and we should know the truth, and don’t listen to the lunatic left’s shameful propaganda. Now we want to take a look at what has happened in Libya, and what the poor Libyans and Gaddafi said, after the international attack on the savage Gaddafi and his regime.

Just some hours after the UN resolution, Gaddafi said : “There will be no mercy. Our troops will be coming to Benghazi tonight … If the world gets crazy with us, we will get crazy too. We will respond. We will make their lives hell because they are making our lives hell. They will never have peace.” Gaddadi is really the Libyan version of Khamenei ! Libyans said: “We saw this in prison, and if Gaddafi wins, the whole of Libya will be a prison camp soon. … On behalf of all the people of Misrata, the women, the children and the elderly, we call on the international community to do something before it’s too late. They must act now “. Gaddafi said” “It is now necessary to open the stores and arm all the masses with all types of weapons to defend the independence, unity and honor of Libya “. He also warns that weapons depots are being opened to arm the Libyan people in defense. Obama said: “We cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people there will be no mercy. Our consensus was strong, and our resolve is clear. The people of Libya must be protected, and in the absence of an immediate end to the violence against civilians our coalition is prepared to act, and to act with urgency” It’s totally true and good. Mustafa Gheriani, a spokesman for the opposition said: “People on the streets are saying where are the international forces? Is the international community waiting for the same crimes to be perpetrated on Benghazi has have been done by Qaddafi in the other cities? ” Bader, a 52-year-old engineer standing said: “Yesterday, he wanted to kill us all. Today, he cannot touch us because the world will not let him. Now the French and the British planes must come and attack. When they do, even his own people will leave him. There is no loyalty to Gaddafi. There are two people – Gaddafi and his son. That’s it. No one else believes in this regime … We know that their loyalty to him is not genuine. Those who serve him are under threat. Their families are under threat. We think this human factor will come into play once they realize the end is near. ” “Libya is not yours. Libya is for the Libyans. The security council resolution is invalid. You will regret it if you dare to intervene in our country !!!” Gaddafi had written earlier in an open letter to Cameron, Sarkozy and Ban Ki-moon. But a Libyan says: “There must be more attacks, to destroy his forces and heavy weapons. Then they can leave Gaddafi to us. We know how to fight him but we are afraid of his heavy weapons. I want them to destroy the ground forces of Gaddafi … Gaddafi’s advantage was tanks and rockets. That was what was defeating us. When we did not face them we were winning. Now we can go forward again. We will still have to fight, but when they see that they cannot win, it will be over … People will rise up against this evil man now they see he cannot get away with terrorising people. We accept we could not have done this without foreign help, especially from the French, and we are very grateful. But… there must be a Libyan end to this.” Gaddafi described the West’s attacks as the “new crusader battle launched by crusader countries on Islam”!!!! He said: “We will not surrender. We will defeat them by any means. We are ready for the fight, whether it will be a short or a long one. We will be victorious in the end. This assault is by a bunch of fascists !!! who will end up in the dustbin of history !!!! “. He and his tactics are exactly like Khamenei. He is exactly the Libyan version of Khamenei !

The rotten brains and stupid and lunatic left support the dictators , and we could be sure that the lunatic left and the rotten brains would support Khamenei and the Islamic fascism in the near future. We also could be sure that The disgraced and discredited Bolivarian dictators would support Khamenei and the Islamic fascism, too. The rotten brains and the Bolivarian dictators are the real friend and supporters of Mullahs and Other dictators, and for having a real free and safe world, we should f-u-c-k them as strongly as dictators and religious fascism. The rotten brain are our enemy, i.e. enemy of all human beings, and we should fight in two front; In on front with the brutal dictators and their dogs/thugs and in other front, with Chomsky and his stupid followers, the rotten brains.

[All the above stories are extracted from Western media’s reports in the last week. In fact, we try to produce a short summary of them. You could find the list of Western media that we used in the sidebar]

Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79

March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor, 1932-2011, that had a lot of fans in Iran, one of the last great screen legends and winner of two Academy Awards, died Wednesday morning in Los Angeles of complications from congestive heart failure; she was 79. . The actress had been hospitalized for the past few weeks, celebrating her birthday on February 27th. Her four children, two sons and two daughters, were by her side as she passed. A striking brunette beauty with violet eyes who embodied both innocence and seductiveness, and was known for her flamboyant private life and numerous marriages as well as her acting career, Taylor was the epitome of Hollywood glamour, and was one of the last legendary stars who could still command headlines and standing ovations in her later years.


Born to American parents in England in 1932, Taylor’s family decamped to Los Angeles as World War II escalated in the late 1930s. Even as a child, her amazing good looks — her eyes were amplified by a double set of eyelashes, a mutation she was born with — garnered the attention of family friends in Hollywood, and she undertook a screen test at 10 years old with Universal Studios. As she blossomed into a young woman, she began to outgrow the roles she was assigned, often playing women far older than her actual age. She scored another hit alongside Spencer Tracy as the young daughter preparing for marriage in Father of the Bride (1950), but her career officially entered adulthood with George Stevens’ A Place in the Sun (1951), as a seductive rich girl who bedazzles Montgomery Clift to the degree that he kills his pregnant girlfriend (Shelley Winters).


Elizabeth Taylor had some Great roles. Roles in two Tennessee Williams adaptations followed — Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) and Suddenly Last Summer (1959), both considered two of her best performances — earning her two more Oscar nominations, just as tragedy and notoriety would strike her life. In 1960’s Butterfield 8, where Taylor played prostitute Gloria Wandrous in a performance that was considered good but nowhere near her previous films, and earned her another Oscar nomination. She win her first Oscar for Butterfield 8. Taylor won, her second and final Academy Award for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966).


Taylor was the biggest female star in the world, in terms of film and popularity, but her notoriety in 1960s was a funny matter. Twentieth Century Fox, making a small biopic about the Egyptian queen Cleopatra, tried to offer Taylor the part; she laughed them off, saying she would do it for $1 million, a then-unheard of sum for an actress. Taylor married U.S. Senator John Warner at the end of 1976, and during the late 1970s and 1980s played the politician’s wife, and her unsatisfying life led her to depression, drinking, overeating and ultimately a visit to the Betty Ford Center. He friendship with singer Michael Jackson, and her continual charity work, which was only sidelined by hospital visits after being diagnosed with congestive heart failure in 2004. She had four children — two sons with Michael Wilding, a daughter with Michael Todd, and another daughter adopted with Richard Burton — and nine grandchildren.

The Rotten Brains

March 23, 2011

The lunatic left that we call them “The Rotten Brains“, desperately and stupidly say: “USA is not the World Police, so stop helping Libyans, Syrians, Iranians, etc.” The rotten brains could not understand that the US should not be the world police, but we need a global and efficient world police . The rotten brains have not done anything about this important and vital matter. The rotten brains, compare Libya or Iran with Bahrain and Yemen; But they don’t know, or pretend ignorance, about some important difference: 1-The West and especially the US, the UK, and France did not support the modern Iranian movement at all, and the lunatic left and the rotten brains did not support Iranians as well. 2- Instead, The US, the UK, and the Europe supported Khamenei and his regime and made secret deals with Islamic regime, and the rotten brains shut their f-u-c-k-ing mouths. 3- Iranians and Iranian movement were and are anti-Mullahs, anti-Fanatics, and anti-Islamists, but many of protesters in Bahrain and Yemen are stupid Islamists. Even many protesters in Egypt, Tunisia, etc were Islamists, but the majority of Iranians protest against the Islamic Theocracy, the Islamic laws, the Islamic leader, and the Islamic system. And no one could deny this obvious fact 4- When Mullahs and Khamenei’s thugs/dogs killed and raped the poor Iranians, the rotten brains shut their f-u-c-k-ing mouths 5- When Iranians were in the streets for about 10 months in 2009 and 2010, and were killed and raped by Basiji thugs, the rotten brains shut their f-u-c-k-ing mouths and did not ask the world and the UN to do something for the poor Iranians. 6- The rotten brains, think that Khamenei and his regime are anti-US and so they are good !! These motherf-u-c-k-ers are blind and could not see the Apparent Paradox of the West

The rotten brains don’t understand that we should and could oppose the stupid western and eastern powers, both. The rotten brains don’t understand that we should and could protests against the western politicians as well as the Islamists and Islamic dictators. The rotten brains could not understand that the Islamic fascism or Bolivarian popularism is as dangerous as the classic Nazism and Fascism The rotten brains admire the motherfucker Hugo Chavez and they think that Chavez is a good leader, while this motherf-u-c-ker bastard is a lifelong leader, like Castro and Khamenei. He has ruled more than 12 years in Venezuela, and now many Venezuelans hate him. The rotten brains think that the majority of Iranians support AN and Khamenei, and it could show all of us how stupidly these motherf-u-c-k-ers think about other parts of the world. The rotten brains have a great leader, Noam Chomsky, that is very hypocrite and stupid. When the intellects become dumb is when the rotten brains seek to support the Islamic fascism, and stupid Chomsky, blindly. These Chomsky’s fans think that all things that Chomsky has done, is correct and respectful. The rotten brains are blind and deaf. They are fake intellectuals and just stupidly imitate the real intellectuals. The rotten brains have not any solution for helping the suppress people, or for fighting against tyranny, and especially the Islamic and religious tyranny. The rotten brains don’t care to the poor Libyans and what they want and say ; They just repeat the cliche and their old stupid statements. The rotten brains were blind and deaf, especially when Gaddafi killed the poor Libyans and said stupid bullshit . Shame on them all. Shame on the rotten brains and their stupid leader, Noam Chomsky.

The rotten brains think they could and should work with Nazism and Fascism. The rotten brains think that they could work with Khamenei, his regime and his media, etc. in the name of freedom and democracy. The rotten brains think that Islamic fascism, i.e. Khamenei’s regime, could kill and rape Iranians, and it’s none of their business. The rotten brains think that Islamic fascism’s propaganda is press. We think that Chomsky and the rotten brains certainly would work with Hitler, Stalin and Fascists, if they lived in 2010s. The rotten brains support Hamas and Hezbollah, while Hamas and Hezbollah’s thugs kill and rape Iranians in the streets of Tehran The rotten brains are either so naive, or so hypocrite and bastards. Shame on them and their stupid leader, Noam Chomsky.

Bahrain, Syria, Yemen

March 23, 2011

The current situation in Bahrain, Yemen, and Syria is really complicated, but not for many of us in Iran. We know that when the Mullah and Khamenei’s dogs/thugs strongly support a group of Muslims, this group surely is reactionary. These days, we can see that the Khamenei’s regime plays a very dirty interesting game. They strongly support Bahraini and Yemeni protesters, but don’t say anything about Syrian protesters. The Mullah and Islamic fascism in Iran, are like Hitler and Mussolini. When they strongly support some groups we could be sure that they are bastard and reactionary, and when they totally ignore some groups we could be sure that they are modern and progressive groups.

The majority of protesters in Bahrain, don’t reject the Mullah support, and actually they seek Mullah’s support. For us, and many other Iranians, it’s a clear shameful sing. And when the stupid Bahraini protesters seek Mullah’s support or don’t reject it, we don’t support them. In fact, the war in Bahrain is a war between two dictators and two Ultra-stupid groups. We could see the future in Bahrain, if the Islamists win. They would rape and kill the ordinary Bahrainis and then the poor Bahrainis should have another revolution for getting rid of their Islamic dictator !! So it’s better for their future that we don’t support them now. And in these days, the stupid Bahrainis could have just the Mullah’s support, i.e. who killed and raped Iranians, and it’s enough for these stupid Bahrainis. Just when Bahrainis clearly declare that they hate Khamenei and all Mullahs, we would support them. Now they could go and f-u-c-k themselves, and could try to make an Islamic state, i.e. a real tragedy, for themselves. The Yemen and Yemenis have the same story, but Yemenis seem more modern than Bahrainis. But they should clearly declare how they think about Mullah, Bin Laden, and other Islamic fundamentalists in Saudi Arabia, and they should declare that they don’t want to establish an Islamic system like Saudi Arabia or Iran.

The story of Syria is another story. The Khamenei’s media don’t cover Syrian protests and it has a clear and straight reason. Khamenei is like Bashar Asad, and they are close friends. They know that they don’t have any support in their own countries and just by killing their own people, could continue ruling like a savage dictator. The younger generation of Syrians that live under a great tyranny, could be like Iranians. We don’t have any accurate information about Syria and Syrian youths, but when Khamenei and his thugs/dogs ignore them, and don’t say anything about them, it could be a good sign for us that they are modern and anti-religious. We are sure that if Bashar Asad and his regime were toppled, then Khamenei’s regime not only would lose a serious political ally, but they would lose more confidence and hope, too. Bashar Asad and his regime are like Khamenei and his regime, and without them the world will be a better place for all human beings. We certainly support Syrians and hope they will try to reach their real voice to the outside world. They should fight with censorship in their country, like Iranians. The world, and us, want to hear the Syrian people voice, and know more about them and their wishes. We want to know how they think about Islam, Pan-Arabs, etc.