Mullahs are totally Confused

May 21, 2011

In the recent weeks, the Mullah’s regime is fighting for survival. Now they are totally confused. What is threatening the survival of the Mullahs and their regime? “People’s Awareness and Hope” Now the people know that the emperor is naked. Now the majority of Iranians know that the main problem is the Islamic leader/king and the Islamic Constitution. Now the Khamenei and his dogs know that their situation is really terrible. They want to get rid of Mr. shit, and try to make use of the stupid Khatami and other Iranian Baboons (Islamist-Reformists) for silencing and deceiving the people, but they have failed. Their situation is so terrible. In fact, Khamenei has a saw (Mr shit) in his ass, and he is not able to take it out, or move it backwards or forwards. In both case, the saw will tear up his ass! Yesterday, Ahmad Tavakoli, a high rank Khamenei’s dog and a member of the notorious Larijani family (he is a cousin of Larijani’s brothers) made a very important confess: “In 2009, we knew that Mr. shit is Mr. nobody and he has not the capacity to mobilize public support to challenge Khamenei, even if he has this intention; But Mousavi had the people in his side and had the capacity to mobilize public support to challenge Khamenei , even if he had not this intention. So it was better that Mr shit became the president”. It’s a big confession. They know that the people hate them and their leader, Khamenei. They know that they have not any public support. The number of Khamenei’s thugs/dogs are really small. The Sepah has about 120,000 members, and Basiji has about 90,000 members. All if we add the number of all other mercenaries and dogs to them, the final number of Khamenei’s dogs/thugs, in the best case, is near 1 million. But Iran’s population is 75 million ! and if the people realize that the emperor is naked and his hands are empty, then they can finish the job very very easily , even in some weeks, less than the Egyptian revolution.

Yesterday, Mehdi Khazali, aka Mehdi Godzilla, the son of one the most reactionary Mullah in Iran, Ayatollah Khazali, has said: “Khordad (June) is the month of big events. In Khordad, we will hear about a very big news. Iranians, I’m sorry for you, but nobody can do anything and you are gone !” Khazali Bouzineh, an ex-Basji rapist who now pretends that he is a member of the ex-Green Movement, is a stupid Khamenei’s agent who stupidly tries to be a secret agent! He is a member of Mullah’s intelligence service, and had a major role in the “Chain Murders” of Iranian scholars in 1990s. But in the recent years, some stupid Iranians think he has become a reformist ! His new mission is “Intimidating the people”. The Khamenei’s regime and his secret agents try to intimidate the young people into being passive. In fact, the Mullah’s regime and all its agents, i.e. Iranian Baboons (Khatamists) or baby Godzillas like Khazali, try to prevent a revolution and regime change . They know that the people are very angry and sooner or later the Islamic regime and its dictator should say goodbye, or as some Iranians say in these days: “Say hello to the end”. They try to spread lies and false information, and say: “Revolution is bad, Revolution is dangerous, revolution is not a solution, we need reform.” But Iranians are sure that the Islamic regime is unchangeable. In fact, from 1997 to 2009, Iranians experienced reform, but the end result was : “a total failure, plus a huge election fraud, plus killing, raping, and torturing ten thousands of Iranians . Now Iranians know that the real problem of Iran is not “who is the president” or “who is in Parliament”, the real problem is the Islamic leader/king and the Islamic Constitution. Now All Iranians know the real problem, and no one can deceive them again. We can be sure that Iranians will finish the job, and the Islamic regime is gone.

Some Iranians ask themselves: “What is this shitty-imaginary big news? ” And some stupid people say: “Mahdi is coming !! the big news is the Second Coming of Mahdi !! (along with Jesus Christ!)” It’s very funny. It’s so obvious that Khamenei wants to get rid of Mr. shit. Maybe Khamenei’s thugs/dogs would arrest Mr. shit’s right-hand man, Mashaei, and then would topple Mr. shit’s government. Today, some pro-Mullahs websites said that the regime has arrested Mashaei’s right-hand man!, Baghaei. Maybe Khamenei’s death is the big news. Khamenei has cancer, and sooner or later he will be fucked up. Maybe the regime wants to shock the people with another economical miracle ! But in any situation, and with or without any big news, the people should do their own job, i.e. “Toppling the Mullah’s regime immediately”. 2011 is the best time for toppling the Mullah’s regime. All Iranians need is an efficient organizer group. Building a popular website for organizing the people is feasible and can be done by some Iranian expats outside Iran .


Spanish Revolution, “15-M” 2011

May 21, 2011

The so-called 15-M (15 May) movement, also known by its motto «Democracia Real Ya!» (Real Democracy Now), has swept the nation, and spreading across Spain. The Arab Spring could become the European Summer ?!maybe! 2011 will be another 1968 ?! who knows, maybe! As we said before, the Western mass media has censored the Spanish revolution , but why? One of the main reason is :”they are frightened that May 2011 can become May 1968 “. They are frightened that the Arab Spring can become the European Summer . The current economic situation in Europe is so terrible, and the Spanish young protests can merge with the British student protests, and then the Italian protesters, French protesters and Greek protesters will join them and 2011 becomes a nightmare for all corrupt western politicians. A Spanish student says: “A few of my friends and classmates have joined in on the protests and some even slept in the Plaza de Obradoiro (Santiagos town square) last night, and are planning a repeat event tonight and every night through to Sunday. Im just not the type of guy thats going to risk spending the night in jail for a group that isnt even sure what it stands for. I learned my lesson with Obama. Just calling for change isnt enough. There have to be concrete goals and a plan of action or change means nothing. Despite this lack of clarity, the movement has even spread beyond Spanish borders to Italy and France, and there are calls for a Europe-wide revolution . A Spanish activist says: “A few politicians -mostly those with little to lose- have welcomed the protests; most are skeptical and irrational, as usual. Some Spanish activies said: “The younger generations have little chance of finding a job. To this day, 45% of Spaniards between the ages of 20 and 30 do not have a job, nor are they able to get one. Democracy in Spain is far from effective in many respects. Over half of the Spanish population distrust politicians and do not feel represents by any political parties. A limit should be established in order to prevent politicians from holding the same post for a maximum two or three terms . ”

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“A week ago, such an event was almost unthinkable”, some Spanish activists said. Spain 2011, is not General Franco’s Spain, but the economic and political situation in Spain is really terrible. Spain’s population is near 45 million, but almost 5 million people are unemployed in Spain!, making it the European country with the highest rate of unemployment in the European Union. The economic crisis, which hit Spain harder than most European nations, has only made matters worse. As a Spanish activist says: “The new movement started via Facebook and Twitter, when a group calling themselves Democracia Real Ya (roughly translated as Real Democracy Now) organized a peaceful, non-political demonstration in several Spanish cities in order to ask for a drastic change in politics, and more importantly, a severe alteration of Spains electoral laws. The demonstrations come as no surprise to anyone (although a week ago no one could have foreseen such a large turn-out) given Spains current situation due to the economic crisis and the fact that next Sunday Spain will hold local elections in every municipality in the country, and general elections in several Autonomous Communities, such as Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha, Valencia and Aragon.”

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A Spanish Activist says: “Spains Constitution came into force in 1978 and has never been amended since. Today Spain is a very different country from what it was three years after General Francos death. Surely it is high time to face reality and include those changes in the Spains Magna Carta. But it is high time that Spaniards took to the streets. Though by no means identical to the situation in Greece or the Arab countries, Spain has its own reasons to at least demand a new change in government and Constitution: “Economics.” Another Spanish Activist says: “Many years ago our parents and grandparents went out in the street fighting for the rights we enjoy now. They suffered a dictatorship and fought against. They were young and felt they had the obligation to take the streets and claim their liberty. Now, Spain has got to an intolerable situation. Budget cuts in public health and education, 45% of unemployment in young people; people finish their degrees and they cant find a job; not even serving coffee;which means we cant leave our parents houses. A too high rate of unemployment. We dont have unemployment benefit any more. People of my generation (20′s, 30′s) will retire, but I dont even know if well be able to retire when we are 70 or 75.”

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Witnesses estimated that at least 20,000 people were on Madrid’s main square, despite a law prohibiting political events on the eve of elections which came into effect at midnight and has been upheld by the supreme and constitutional courts . Analysts said that police action against the peaceful demonstrations would be disastrous for the Socialists. The protests have resonated through Spaniards of all ages, including those who remember unrest which swept much of Europe more than 40 years ago (1968). “I saw the protests in May ’68, and this is a similar movement, of the youth that had to come out on the streets,” said a Spanish elderly.

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