It’s Complicated

The Mullah Mafia have started their activities in 2011, again. But this time they make use of a different tactic. Their current tactic is more complicated, but we could find the truth, if we open our eyes. Yesterday, the notorious Trita Parsi wrote an article in Huffingtonpost . He has tried to pretend that he is a pro-Iranians. But we could find the truth, if we were not so naive. First lets have a look at what he said: “President Obama marked Norooz, with his strongest words to date in solidarity with the people of Iran … The president’s critics predictably fail to acknowledge that three decades of enmity and conflict will not be resolved in a single step !!!… President Obama should honor his promise by fixing a glaring problem for young Iranians seeking to study here: the Single-Entry Visa policy … For many young Iranians, studying abroad offers a reprieve from the repression they face at home from their government. Students have faced increased restrictions since 2005 under AN that has only escalated in the aftermath of the 2009 elections … Under the Single-Entry Visa policy, students who come to the US cannot leave for the duration of their studies without losing their visa … The Iranian students ask why the US, if we say we are friends with the Iranian people, subject them to restrictions that no other nationals from Middle East countries face … As former New York Times Tehran correspondent Nazila Fathi said: “If the US wants to help, the first thing [Iranians] need is access to the Internet.” Unfortunately, the US imposes its own firewall on Iran through sanctions that restrict software and hardware from being exported to Iranians” Lift the sanctions … There is satellite internet over Iran, but because of the sanctions they cannot access it. The first step to supporting Internet freedom in Iran is for the US to get out of its own way … The US should exempt useful Internet software, hardware, and services from this counterproductive, cumbersome licensing requirement … The president should permanently lift the restrictions that prevent Americans from exporting goodwill to the people of Iran … President Obama now has an opportunity to create his own space and match his promises with important policy adjustments. He must not miss this opportunity to truly stand with the Iranian people.”

It seems positive and good. But in these days, at the edge of toppling Khamenei’s regime, we need more serious things than the Student Visa Lifting the software sanctions, and freeing the Satellite Internet are very good and effective. We strongly support it, even if Mullah Mafia support it. But acknowledge that three decades of enmity and conflict will not be resolved in a single step !!! is our key to understand the real intention of these bastards, the Mullah Mafia in the US. The Iranians that live inside Iran, certainly don’t want to resolve the three decades of enmity and conflict between the Mullah and the US. They want to topple the Mullah and then make a strong and equal relation between Iran and the US We should be very careful about the real intention of Mullah Mafia in the US. They want to save the Islamic regime and Resolve the three decades of enmity and conflict between the Mullah and the US They are forced to pretend to be friend of the Iranian people. They could not directly say that they support the Mullah and the Islamic regime, simply because they would be rejected strongly, and they would lost all their remaining influence in the US. We should not be naive and should see their desperate effort and their need for the good gesture. Just when the Mullah Mafia’s members directly say that they support Iranians in toppling the Mullah and Khamenei’s regime, then we could say that they really have changed. But we are sure that they refuse to acknowledge that the majority of Iranians hate the Mullah and the Islamic regime and want to topple them. It’s our key to know these hypocrite bastards. The US and Obama should support Iranians in toppling Khamenei’s regime, and anything less than it, is not acceptable for the majority of Iranians.

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