Obama Spending Cuts Plan

April 27, 2011

In the recent weeks, Obama proposed $4tn spending cuts to tackle deficit. Obama’s 12-year plan to reduce budget deficit includes curbs on defense spending and Medicare reforms. In fact, Obama has set the stage for a new and bigger budget showdown with the Republicans, proposing a staggering $4 trillion aimed at reducing America’s runaway deficit. As we said before, the size of the deficit, $14tn, is one of the biggest political issues in the US, especially with the country in hock to China, which has accumulated a hoard of dollars Obama set out his proposals in a speech at George Washington University in DC, and blamed Bush for the deficit. He said it has been known for decades that the baby boomers reaching retirement age would put a strain on health and social security at this time. Bill Clinton had left a balanced budget and the burgeoning deficit had been a consequence of the Bush era, Obama said. “We increased spending dramatically for two wars and an expensive prescription drug program, but we didn’t pay for any of this new spending. Instead, we made the problem worse with trillions of dollars in unpaid-for tax cuts: tax cuts that went to every millionaire and billionaire in the country ; tax cuts that will force us to borrow an average of $500bn every year over the next decade … By the end of this decade, the interest we owe on our debt could rise to nearly $1tn …” he said. The Republicans, who have a majority in the House of
Representatives, are scheduled to pass a bill later this week to cut $6.2tn over the next decade without raising taxes. But some economists and political scientists also raise what they see as the danger of Republican cuts slowing or even reversing America’s climb out off recession. Thomas Ferguson, professor of politics at the University of Massachusetts, said there was a danger of repeating the mistakes of the Great Depression by chopping spending. “The US would surely take a rather large plunge. They will get Ireland and Greece outcomes. You will crater the US economy if you were to enact the [Republican] bill,” he said. But it has no chance of getting through the Democrat-controlled Senate. Even if it did, Obama could use his presidential veto to block it.

Obama has proposed to tackle the deficit by curbing defence spending and ending tax breaks introduced by George W Bush for wealthy Americans -those earning more than $250,000 a year. It’s good, of course if he could do it. But in a move that will anger the Democratic base, Obama is also suggesting further cuts to come from reforms to Medicaid, which provides basic health provision for the poor, and Medicare, which provides healthcare for those over 65. It’s not good. Obama is proposing to cut about $2tn from spending, much of it from defense and health. He promised he would not cut health provision but would look at reducing the cost of prescription drugs and introduce incentives to encourage preventive medicine. He hopes to save another $1tn by lowering interest payments on the federal debt. The final $1tn would come from ending tax breaks for those earning more than $250,000 a year, which date back to the Bush era. But that $1tn cuts form Health and Medicare-Medicaid could be provided by more cuts form Defense, and more tax on those earning more than $250,000 a year. Those earning more than $1,000,000 a year should pay the cost of problems that they have caused. The Republicans say that the tax rate for all people should be equal; It’s free market, and all people, rich and poor, are equal. But it’s really paradoxical. The rich people imposed many burdens on the society. Many of them have factories that pollute the air, water, and environment. In fact, the rich people pollute the environment more than the poor people, and they should pay extra tax for damaging the environment. The rich people often do a lot of illegal activities to earn more money, but these illegal activities impose serious financial and non-financial burdens on the society. The majority of rich people, not only exploit the poor workers, but they bribe the dishonest lawyers and the dishonest politicians and legislators, and then the consequence of their acts would fuck the whole economic and social situation. It has a long story in the US history. But just take look at the current economic crisis, the mortgage crisis. Some groups of rich people f-u-c-k-ed the whole economic conditions, but these troublemakers are still free and live a life of luxury. They enjoy the luxury of hit and run.

The Savage Saudi Muslims

April 20, 2011

A Saudi man cuts daughter’s tongue, and burns her to death. The daughter was a Saudi blogger . In fact, Saudi man killed his daughter for converting to Christianity. The report says: “A Saudi man working with the Commission for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice recently killed his daughter for converting to Christianity. According to sources close to the victim, the religious police member had cut the tongue of the girl and burned her to death following a heated debate on religion . The death of the girl sent shockwaves and websites where the victim used to write with various nick names have allocated special space to mourn her, while some others closed temporarily in protest. According to the Saudi Al Ukhdoud news website, the victim wrote an article on the blog of which she was a member under the nickname “Rania” a few days before her murder Interesting choice of names. Was she inspired by Jordan’s “hip” queen Rania, the woman devoted to proving to the world that, among other things, honor/apostate killings are totally alien to Islam??!!”

Oh, the poor girl. Such a savage and barbarian father she had. It’s really like the Arabian legacy of the Arabian Age of Ignorance. That’s why Iranians hate Arab fanatics, i.e. the Arabs that like their ancient fathers, kill their daughters. It’s better that they eat lizard and wash their face with their camel’s piss, like their ancient fathers, but don’t kill their poor girls.

Oh, the poor girl. This savage father is a typical fanatic Muslim in Arab world. Now you could understand that why Iranians hate Arab fanatics, and their friends in Iran, the Mullahs. They are very savage and barbarian. I think Arab barbarians disgrace ordinary barbarians, too !! Because the ordinary and typical barbarians did not kill their own children. There were like animals, and the majority of animals don’t kill their own children. Compared to the Arab barbarians, the ordinary and typical barbarians seem like Queen Elizabeth !

The Holy Hypocrisy: Taqiyya

April 16, 2011

Taqiyya is the name of an Islamic deceit. In fact, Taqiyya is the Holy Hypocrisy, or the Holy Deception. The word “Taqiyya” literally means: “Concealing, precaution, guarding. It is employed in disguising one’s beliefs, intentions, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions or strategies. In practical terms it is manifested as dissimulation, lying, deceiving, and confounding with the intention of deflecting attention, foiling or pre-emptive blocking. The Mullahs in Iran, and Arabian Leaders in the Arab world routinely say one thing to English-speaking audiences and then something entirely different to their own people in Farsi or Arabic. And it’s applied Taqiyya ! The Mullahs (Khamenei, Mesbah Yazdi, etc) say: “Concealing or disguising ones beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions, and/or strategies at a time of imminent danger is permissible. Taqiyya has been used by Muslims since the 7th century to confuse and split the enemy. Lying is wrong, except in three things: the lie of a man to his wife ! to make her content with him! a lie to an enemy, for war is deception ; or a lie to settle trouble between people. We smile in the face of some people, non-Muslims, while our hearts curse them.” In fact, the Mullahs and Joseph Goebbels both agree that: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State/the Religion can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State/the Religion to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State/the Religion

Taqiyyah means ‘concealing one’s faith due to fear, but in one’s heart, the person must believe in the religion s/he is concealing’. Though not called Taqiyya by name, Muhammad clearly used deception when he signed a 10-year treaty with the Meccans that allowed him access to their city while he secretly prepared his own forces for a takeover. One Hadith (the sayings of Mohammed and his successors) in particular mentions that Muhammad waited 13 years, until he could gain a sufficient number of loyal supporters, before combating his powerful polytheistic enemies in Mecca. A story about Ali, the first Holy Shia Imam and Muhammads son-in-law, shows us how he made use of “Holy Lie” in Kheibar war against a non-Muslim legendary hero. Ali told lie to him about his horse and saddle, and then when he was looking at his saddle, Ali killed him suddenly. Muhammad said: “Ali is our hero, and his sword is the sword of Allah. War is deception.” All Iranians have heard this story, because the Mullahs told them it many times in the school ! These days, the Khamenei’s state TV shows a TV series, “Mokhtar”, about one of the Islamic hero. It clearly shows and says that “Deception and dirty Politic” is the main pillar of Islam, and Mokhtar was the man of deception and politic. It is an irrefutable fact that the use of Taqiyyah can be proved from both Koran and Hadith. Following are ‘some’ Ayahs from Quran to prove Taqiyyah:

First verse (Surah An-Nahal, verse 106) : “Anyone who after accepting faith in Allah utters unbelief except under compulsion his heart remaining firm in faith but such as open their breast to unbelief on them is Wrath from Allah and theirs will be a dreadful Penalty”. Muslim scholars agree that this verse descended in relation to the suffering of Ammar bin Yasir. Jalaladeen Suyuti in his commentary of this verse states: “The non-believers once caught Ammar bin Yasir and they forced him to say praise their false gods and to condemn Prophet Muhammad. They forced him to an extent that Ammar bin Yasir gave in an exceeded to their demands. After that, when he returned to the Mohammed, Ammar narrated the whole story to him. The Muhammad asked him, how do you feel in your heart? To which Ammar replied, I am fully content with Allah’s religion in my heart. To this the Mohammed said, if non-believers ask you to say the same again, say it. At which time the following ayah was descended.” Regarding this verse, an Imam of Ahl ul Sunnah commented: “All scholars of the Muslim Ummah agree on the fact that at times when one is forced, one can denounce Islam.” (Tafseer Mu’alim al Tnazeel, Volume 2).

Second verse (Surah Al-Imran, verse 28): “Let not the believers take for friends or helpers Unbelievers rather than believers: if any do that, in nothing will there be help from Allah: except by way of precaution, that ye may Guard yourselves from them. But Allah cautions you (To remember) Himself; for the final goal is to Allah.” Imam Bukhari records in his Sahih: In this ayah we read Except by way of precaution, that ye may Guard yourselves from them and this is Taqqiyah Allamah Fakhruddin Razi had commented on this verse: “Undoubtedly, there is no harm in practicing Taqiyyah if a believer is caught up between non-believers and his life or property is under threat from them. In such circumstances he should conceal his enmity from them. In fact, he should talk in such a manner that his words should show passion. His hear should not confirm what he is saying. Taqiyyah does not have an effect on one’s heart; it only has an external effect. ” (Tafseer Kabeer, Volume 2) So both Sunni and Shia confirm the use of Taqiyyah to protect Islam and ones life. Narrated Ka’b ibn Malik: When the Prophet, Muhammad, intended to go on an expedition, he always pretended to be going somewhere else!, and he would say: War is deception” Ibn al-Arabi declares that “in the Hadith, practicing deceit in war is well demonstrated. Indeed, its need is more stressed than the need for courage !! ” Every Islamic sect agrees to Taqiyyah and practices it. But it’s very interesting that the Khwaarij are the only Sect that reject Taqiyyah !! The Mullahs say that the Khwaarij was Muslim fanatics and Killed Ali, etc. but the Khwaarij rejected Taqiyyah !! or holy hypocrisy. There are other example of Taqiyyah in first decades of Islam. Hanafi Fatwa: “At the time of danger, one can swear at Rasulullah”. And Abdullah Ibn Umar practiced Taqiyyah in the presence of Mu’awiya.

The Mullahs in Iran, and Arabian Leaders in the Arab world routinely say one thing to English-speaking audiences and then something entirely different to their own people in Farsi or Arabic. And it’s applied Taqiyya. But the Mullahs and Muslim clergy are subtle, and clearly don’t talk about Taqiyya for non-Muslims. For instance, American Muslims say: “Some Islamophobic writers regularly refer to Taqiyya as if it gives all Muslims a pass to lie to non-Muslims … Taqiyya actually refers to a controversial minority doctrine !!! ” But we should note that what American Muslim leaders say, itself, is Taqiyya !!! In fact, Taqiyaa is recursive !, and the Mullahs and Muslim leaders use Taqiyya for defining Taqiyya !! and deceive non-Muslims about Taqiyaa !!! All things that the Mullahs and Muslim leaders say about Freedom, democracy, peaceful nuclear energy, peace with non-Muslims, live with non-Muslims, woman rights, etc. all are Taqiyya, i.e. Islamic hypocrisy. Khomeini made use of Taqiyaa in Paris, and before Islamic Revolution of 1979. The Mullahs and the Muslim leaders, i.e. the orthodox Islam, reject Freedom, democracy, peaceful nuclear energy, peace with non-Muslims, live with non-Muslims, woman rights, etc. The greatest Iranian tragedy, i.e the Islamic Revolution of 1979, should be a historical lesson and a historical example for all human beings, and anyone should not make the same terrible mistake in the future.

For further reading:

[1] Answering Islam [2] Islam Watch [3] WikiIslam
[4] http://www.answering-ansar.org/ Answering Ansar
[5] American Muslim

Know more about Iranians

April 15, 2011

Iranians, like any other nation, have their own strong points and their own weak points. Now we want to have a closer look at Iranians. If the whole Iranian society is considered as an imaginary group of 10 Iranian persons, it would be like this :

9 persons are literate
8 persons are pro-West and anti-Islamists
9 persons hate Islamists of Palestine and Lebanon
3 persons have university education
2 or 3 persons are drug addict !
7 persons are under the age 35
9 persons hate Khamenei and Mullahs
7 persons are Muslim, but not like Mullahs or Arabs
1 or 2 persons are atheist or agnostic
9 persons do many non-Islamic activities in their life!
9 persons hate Arab dictators and Arab Islamists
8 persons are determined to topple the Islamic regime
7 persons think that each person with a Ph.D., is intellectual !
9 persons accept Intellectual’s advice blindly
9 persons could not think independently
9 persons think Persia should be restored to its former glory
8 persons like to travel the West
2 or 3 persons like to travel the Islam’s world
7 persons have access to computer and the Internet
9 persons have a cell phone
6 persons have a (family) car
8 persons are careless and crazy drivers!
8 persons have a Satellite dish for Satellite TV channels
8 persons have access to new and old Hollywood movies
4 persons know enough English for reading or speaking
8 persons live in the urban areas
9 persons are toady and sycophant; They are very hypocrite!
9 persons tell lie, and are not honest about any thing
1 person is pro-Mullahs or doesn’t hate Mullahs very much
1 person is Islamist, or Monarchist, or Communist, or Rajavist, or Anarchist, or Maoist, or Basiji Rapist, etc
8 persons have some sort of illegal (black) activity or embezzelment for earning more money!
7 persons say that they hate some of stupid Iranian traditions, but just 1 person is really honest!
9 persons want to live in peace with the whole world, especially with the US and Europe
8 persons think that the US is a dream world, full of freedom, democracy, joy, money, etc !!
8 persons think that the UK is the Mullah-maker and the real supporter of Mullahs and Khamenei
9 persons hate the British politicians and British historical workbook in Iran
7 persons could not get visa of the western embassies in Tehran, while Mullahs could get visa easily

Khamenei’s Miracle

April 15, 2011

Ayatollah Saeedi, Friday Preacher of Qom, has said: “When Agha (our lord), i.e. Khamenei, was born, when he was coming to earth, and when was coming out of his mother’s body, he said : “Ya Ali” (“Hi Ali”)” Ali is the first holy Imam of Shia Muslims. Apparently he thought that Khamenei is Jesus Christ, and now we live in the year 1 AD, or in the Arabian Age of Ignorance. These sorts of stupid and shameful Islamic superstitions just could grow more hate for Islam and Muslims inside Iran. Some funny Iranian people have made a joke about Khamenei’s miracle: “from today, the v-a-g-i-n-a of Khamenei’s mother is a new holy shrine for all Muslims and Khamenei’s fans. See you there, in the long line of passionate pilgrims visiting the holy shrine”

USA, Libya, and The Money

April 14, 2011

The Obama administration and Libyan rebels are wrestling for control of $34 billion the Treasury Department seized from the financial holdings of Gaddafi. As we said before, Obama said: “We will safeguard the more than $33 billion that was frozen from the Gaddafi regime so that it is available to rebuild Libya! After all, this money does not belong to Gaddafi or to us !, it belongs to the Libyan people, and we will make sure they receive it !” . But apparently it’s more than $33 billion, maybe $34 billion or $35 billion, or even more, and now they fight for it !! On April 8, 2011 Libyan Opposition, the Libyan Transitional National Council, Requests Release of Frozen Gaddafi Assets, in a letter to U.S Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner They said : “The Council now needs immediate access to the Gaddafi regimes frozen assets in US financial institutions to meet the basic needs of the Libyan people … Over the past 3 weeks, the humanitarian conditions in opposition-held areas have deteriorated … And now, according to opposition leaders, there is a growing shortage of currency in Eastern Libya as asset freezes imposed on the Gaddafi regime also impact the opposition … The Council has an obligation to meet the basic needs of the Libyan people and is prepared to pay the bills to do it … we acknowledge that the US Government has a responsibility to carefully preserve the assets and then, when released, to assure that the funds flow to a responsible authority for justifiable purposes. We believe that these requirements can be met. The Council proposes that: The US appoint a Trustee Committee to manage these frozen assets on behalf of the Libyan people, in consultation with the representatives of the Transitional National Council … Finally, the Libyan people have a right to know what they own. The US and other countries should publicly disclose the details of the frozen assets … Before transferring control over the assets, the Trustee can also work to ensure that adequate safeguards are in place for the preservation and appropriate use of Libyas wealth … In the meantime, the US and the international community should put in place an interim process to allow access to the funds for immediate and essential humanitarian assistance. The legal authority for the establishment of such a mechanism is clear. It is only right that the Libyan people have access to money which is rightfully theirs at this moment, their hour of greatest need”

This letter was signed by the Council’s top envoy in Washington, Ali Aujali. He resigned as Gaddafi’s ambassador to the U.S. in February, as the government intensified a violent crackdown on street protestors. The Obama administration and Libyan rebels are wrestling for control of $34 billion the Treasury Department seized from the financial holdings of Gaddafi. U.S. officials, say the funds, if not properly monitored, could wind up with Islamist elements hostile to the U.S., including al Qaeda. Council members said the U.S. need not distribute the cash to the rebels, but could instead directly pay suppliers for food, medicine and other humanitarian goods. The council said an international auditor should be appointed to track the money’s use. “Those conversations are still in progress, but as we sit here today, that money is frozen, Gaddafi and his government cannot get access to it, and we are holding it for the Libyan people,” Treasury’s point man on the Libya asset freeze, David Cohen, told a congressional hearing Thursday. “We still don’t really know who these rebels are,” said an official who has worked on the Libyan asset freeze. Ali Aujali said Treasury must move faster as Libya’s humanitarian needs continue to grow. Aujali first met Mr. Cohen a month ago to discuss the issue. “That should have been enough time to respond to our request,” the Libyan diplomat said. When we take a look at the current shameful NATO and West’s activities, we conclude that the West has not any good intention, and the coalition of the stupid lunatic left and the hypocrite western politicians want to f-u-c-k the poor ordinary Libyans It’s really shameful. Shame on the lunatic left that has caused these tragic conditions.

The Libyan Transitional National Council have a website, and this website has a good Map of Libyan Revolution . In fact, Libya is a great desert, and many of Libyan cities located on it coastal strip.

Iranians and Nuclear Energy

April 13, 2011

For understanding the reality of Nuclear power, there was no need to the Japanese Nuclear disaster . It has been so obvious since 1945. Iranians have many concerns about Nuclear energy, but the most important one is about the Mullahs’ intentions. Iranians are sure that the Mullah and the Islamic regime are full of bad intentions when they talk about Nuclear energy. Iranians are sure than the Nuclear energy is not of benefit for ordinary Iranians, and it is just for protecting the Mullahs and Islamists form the fall. Of course the Nuclear energy, like any other thing, should be an open choice for Iranians, as any other nation. But the majority of Iranians prefer to think about Nuclear energy, just after the fall of Islamic regime. In fact, the most dangerous enemy of Iranians is the Mullahs and their regime, and if they could have Nuclear Bomb, then Iranians would have more difficulties in their struggle against the Islamic regime. Of course it’s so obvious that even the nuclear bomb could not save the Islamic regime, as it could not save USSR and Communists.

Iranians, as any other nation, hate foreign dictates. They don’t follow the dictates of the West. When the West and the stupid western politicians say that Iranians should not have Nuclear power, while they have Nuclear power and Nuclear bomb, it’s so unacceptable for all Iranians. Many of educated Iranians think that we all, i.e. the whole human beings, should say no to the Nuclear energy, but not just part of us. The Nuclear energy is so dangerous for living creatures, and it’s better that we try to use free, clean, and safe energy sources. The sun is a giant Nuclear reactor, and it provides us with an unlimited, free and clean energy source. We should be wise and make use of it. It could be enough for all of us. We just should try to find the proper ways for using it. Our planet earth, has a lot of f-u-c-k-ing empty hot deserts in Africa, America, Asia, Australia, etc, that could be a proper place for Solar power plants. These f-u-c-k-ing empty hot deserts, that are burned by Sun, could provide enough energy for all human beings. Iran, Saudi Arabia, USA, China, Australia, Mexico, and many countries in Africa and Asia, have a lot of empty deserts that could be used for generating safe and clear solar energy. It’s so stupid that when we have these great resources, we ignore them and make trouble for ourselves and other living creatures by using Nuclear energy. We should not be stupid troublemakers for our plant earth.

The stupid western politicians are like the Mullahs in Iran; Both of them are so mean and opportunist. The Nuclear power and nuclear bomb is bad for all nations and all countries. There is no exception. The opportunist and bag guys could be found in all countries. The Dr. Stragelove movie, tells the truth. We know that some great humans, some one like Bertrand Russell, 1872-1970, were really worried about Nuclear disasters and the future of the human being. They were right, and the human stupidity could cause a lot of serious problems for us. Just look at Japan, and how the Japanese politicians f-u-c-k-ed the Japanese. The human stupidity has no border ! it’s totally borderless. We have Japanese stupidity, American stupidity, Iranian stupidity, British stupidity, etc, and all of them are so dangerous for the human being. The wise people, the good guys unite ! It’s time for the global struggle against the stupidity.

Of course we should not forget that the Mullahs in Iran hide their real intentions, by using the Holy Hypocrisy: Taqiyya. In fact, Taqiyya is described as lying for the sake of Islam. Taqiyya is the name of an Islamic deceit. And we would write more about it in the near future.

Vonnegut or Mary Schmich

April 11, 2011

When you are not OK, when you are disappointed with the whole world, when you are disappointed with journalists and politicians, when you see how stupid are the lunatic lets, when you see how brutal are the savage dictators, when you see how opportunist are the western politicians, and when you think how shitty is this mad mad world, you could read a great satire or watch a good comedy movie, and then everything seems OK, temporarily! Kurt Vonnegut is one of the most admired American author and humorist. There is a great article on the net under the label “Kurt Vonneguts Commencement Address at MIT“. First lets take a look at this great satirical article:

“Ladies and gentlemen of the class of ’97: Wear sunscreen. If I could offer you only one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it. The long-term benefits of sunscreen have been proved by scientists, whereas the rest of my advice has no basis more reliable than my own meandering experience. I will dispense this advice now. Enjoy the power and beauty of your youth. Oh, never mind. You will not understand the power and beauty of your youth until they’ve faded. But trust me, in 20 years, you’ll look back at photos of yourself and recall in a way you can’t grasp now how much possibility lay before you and how fabulous you really looked. You are not as fat as you imagine.

Don’t worry about the future. Or worry, but know that worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubble gum. The real troubles in your life are apt to be things that never crossed your worried mind, the kind that blindside you at 4 pm on some idle Tuesday. Do one thing every day that scares you. Sing. Don’t be reckless with other people’s hearts. Don’t put up with people who are reckless with yours. Floss. Don’t waste your time on jealousy. Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind. The race is long and, in the end, it’s only with yourself. Remember compliments you receive. Forget the insults. If you succeed in doing this, tell me how. Keep your old love letters. Throw away your old bank statements. Stretch. Don’t feel guilty if you don’t know what you want to do with your life. The most interesting people I know didn’t know at 22 what they wanted to do with their lives. Some of the most interesting 40-year-olds I know still don’t.

Get plenty of calcium. Be kind to your knees. You’ll miss them when they’re gone. Maybe you’ll marry, maybe you won’t. Maybe you’ll have children, maybe you won’t. Maybe you’ll divorce at 40, maybe you’ll dance the funky chicken on your 75th wedding anniversary. Whatever you do, don’t congratulate yourself too much, or berate yourself either. Your choices are half chance. So are everybody else’s. Enjoy your body. Use it every way you can. Don’t be afraid of it or of what other people think of it. It’s the greatest instrument you’ll ever own. Dance, even if you have nowhere to do it but your living room. Read the directions, even if you don’t follow them. Do not read beauty magazines. They will only make you feel ugly. Get to know your parents. You never know when they’ll be gone for good. Be nice to your siblings. They’re your best link to your past and the people most likely to stick with you in the future. Understand that friends come and go, but with a precious few you should hold on. Work hard to bridge the gaps in geography and lifestyle, because the older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young. Live in New York City once, but leave before it makes you hard. Live in Northern California once, but leave before it makes you soft. Travel.

Accept certain inalienable truths: Prices will rise. Politicians will philander. You, too, will get old. And when you do, you’ll fantasize that when you were young, prices were reasonable, politicians were noble, and children respected their elders. Respect your elders. Don’t expect anyone else to support you. Maybe you have a trust fund. Maybe you’ll have a wealthy spouse. But you never know when either one might run out. Don’t mess too much with your hair or by the time you’re 40 it will look 85. Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it. Advice is a form of nostalgia. Dispensing it is a way of fishing the past from the disposal, wiping it off, painting over the ugly parts and recycling it for more than it’s worth. But trust me on the sunscreen.”

Author: Mary Schmich (USA), First published: July 1, 1997 , Copyright: Herald Tribune

In fact, an American journalist named Mary Schmich wrote this clever and funny article, in which she fantasized about giving a commencement address to graduating students. The article originally appeared in her regular column in the Chicago Tribune. But a prankster took Marys column a month after it was published in the Chicago Tribune and forwarded it on the net under the label “Kurt Vonneguts Commencement Address at MIT “. The article quickly came to be reviewed by literary critics, archived by collectors and praised by Vonnegut fans who were enthusiastic to read the recent immortal words of their favorite writer. Recipients of the message thought theyd recognized Vonneguts unique wit, the kind of cynical humor for which he is famous. Even Vonneguts wife fell victim to the hoax and forwarded the message to family and friends. But Vonnegut was not, and never has been, MIT’s commencement speaker. And Vonnegut’s website confirmed it . This great article is for Mary Schmich.

God Bless You, Mrs. Mary Schmich !!

Behnoud Ramezani’s Tragedy

April 10, 2011

Behnoud Ramezani, 19, was killed on ChaharShanbe Soori’s night, by Basiji thugs. His father told RoozOnline.com : “Basiji thugs had broken my son’s legs and arms. They had crushed one of his testicle. All parts of his body was bruised. My son was beaten to death by Basiji thugs. They had hit him with club and baton. My son was a freshman in Babol University. He was studing Mechanical Engineering there. He had gone home for Nowruz. He was killed in the Narmak Square (22nd Sq.). His friends told me that motorbike riders came and without asking any question, they began to hit all of us. Behnoud was saying why?, and they hit him more than others. The Basiji bastards should say why they hit my son. The Basiji bastards should say why they killed my son. My son was a student of “Exceptional Talent” school. His mother has become mad. She could not accept what has happened. We were Muslim. We were Iranian. But the Basiji thugs killed our son. Their motorbikes had no registered number. The regime should tell us why they allow Basiji thugs to have unregistered motorbikes. Why do they kill Iranians? Why did they kill my son? why? why? ”

What could we say? What should we say? Shame on Islam. Shame on Muslims. Shame on Islam and Muslims. Shame on Muslim fanatics and Shame on all motherf-u-c-k-er Basijis and Muslims.

Mohsen Dogmechi’s Tragedy

April 10, 2011

Mohsen Dogmechi, 53, was a businessman that was arrested for his charity works. The Mullahs arrested him in 2009. He became ill in the prison. In fact, he got cancer in the prison, and before that he was healthy. The Mullahs arrested his wife two times in 2009, for putting more pressure on him. His wife told RoozOnline.com: “In his funeral, and just after we buried him, the regime’s agents arrested me again. They told me that my family should leave our house and just after that they released me. We went to my sister’s house. The regime’s agents wanted to prevent our family and friends from coming to our house to express their condolences. They arrested me twice in the late 2009. My husbands was a businessman. He was a political prisoner in 1980s, but after that he did not do any political activity. He was arrested for his charity works, in August 2009. After one year in the prison, in September 2010, he become ill and his cancer began. He was not taken to hospital, for more than 3 months. They did not allow. My husband died after 95 days. No one died of cancer in this short period. The chemical therapy could save him. A 6 months chemical therapy could save him. I was going to the prison and the judiciary five days of the week, but they did not any answer to me. I asked them to release him on bail, but they did not accept. The last time I saw him was March 28, 2011. He has not eaten anything, except serum, for more than 5 weeks. He was very weak and told me : “Pray that I die very soon. This condition is horrible. I should die or should be freed.” The following day, March 29, 2011, they called me from the prison, and told me that my husband has died. They don’t care to human life. They don’t care to anything. They repeatedly say that Iran has not any political prisoner. But it’s a shameful joke.”

Shame on the Mulllahs. Shame on the Islamic regime; Shame on Islam and Muslims. Shame on Muslim fanatics that don’t care to human life, human rights, and humanity.

Iran’s Population Tells the Truth

April 9, 2011

When we say: “The majority of Iranians hate the Mullah and the Islamic regime”, it’s not an imaginary hypothesis and has very deep and serious roots. Iran is ranked as the second largest country in the Middle East and North Africa, in terms of population after Egypt, at about 75 million people, and in terms of GDP after Saudi Arabia at about US$350 billion. Iran’s Urban population is about 55 million (75%), more than any other country in the Middle East . The largest cities of Iran are: Tehran 15 million (8 million in the city itself), Isfahan 3.5 million, Mashhad 3 million, Tabriz 2 million, Shiraz 2 million, Karaj 2 million, Rasht 1 million, Hamedan 1 million, Kerman 1 million, Qom 1 million, etc. “Tehran” of Iran and “Cairo” of Egypt, are the largest cities in the Middle East. But Iran and Egypt have some meaningful differences in the Human Development Index, for instance in literacy rate and urban population. Literacy rate in Iran is near 85%, but in Egypt is near 70%. Woman literacy rate in Iran is near 75%, and for the young girls it’s about 85%, and for the the school-age girls this rate is near 97 percent. But in Egypt, woman literacy rate is near 60%, and for the young girls it’s about 70%, and for the school-age girls it’s near 80 percent. Egypt and all other countries in the Middle East have a lot of Islamists, and the majority of them are Islamists or pro-Islamists, but the majority of Iranians hate the Islamists and pro-Islamists. In fact, the Islamists and pro-Islamists are a tiny minority in Iran.

Iran’s age structure in 1990 was very interesting: Total population: 58 million, 0-14 years: 45% !!!(26 million), 15-29 years: 25% (15 million), 30-44 years: 15% (9 million), 45-59 years: 9% (5 million), 60-74 years: 5% (3 million) and 75 years and over: 1% (0.5 million). It meant that 70 percent of Iranians were under 30 years !! It was like a bomb, that exploded in 1997, in the Islamic Reform movement. In fact, 75 percent were under 35 years, and 85 percent were under 45 years. It’s so obvious that it had its special meaning. It meant that the majority of Iranians were young and wanted “Change”. They were not like their parents, and the majority of them could not remember the Shah’s regime. They just saw the Mullah’s regime and knew that it has fucked all aspects of their life and doesn’t allow them to live a normal life. They could see that the Islamists have banned them from living, dancing, singing, talking, writing, discussing, reading, kissing, protesting, loving, etc. They knew that they had to f-u-c-k Khamenei and Islamists, if they wanted to be free. It was very dangerous for the Mullahs. And when the majority, i.e. the younger generation yelled “Change” in 1997, Khamenei and his strategists had to accept the majority, because they knew that “The Youth’s Bomb” could f-u-c-k them so badly. So Khamenei’s strategists asked the Islamic reformists to defuse the Youth Bomb In fact, they knew that the Islamic reformists could manipulate the youth. Khamenei hoped that Khamati could defuse “The Youth’s Bomb” without serious side effects. It was a risk, but it was inevitable; The Iranian youth wanted “Change” so badly. In 1997, more than 22 million (70% of 31 million eligible voters) voted Khatami, and the Mullah’s candidate that said he is the Khamenei’s candidate, just had 7 million votes, i.e. near 10 percent of Iran’s population and near 20% of eligible voters. So it’s not conspiracy theory if we say that Khamenei’s strategists wanted the Islamic reformists, who were the lesser evil for them. The Islamic reformists were the lesser evil, because the greater evil was: “No to the whole system, No to all Mullahs, No to the whole Mullah’s regime”. In fact, the Islamic reformists were part of the Islamic system and they could calm the youth for a while, as they did. But Khemenei’s regime had forgotten that this solution was a temporary solution, a sedative. Iran was not a traditional society as before; 75 percent of Iranians were under 35 years, 90 percent of them were literate, and Iran’s urban population had reached to about 60 percent. It needed a more effective solution than the stupid Islamic reform ! [1][2][3]

Iran’s Age structure in 2000 was interesting: Total population: 68 million, 0-14 years: 35% !(24 million), 15-29 years: 30% !(21 million), 30-44 years: 20% (14 million), 45-59 years: 9% (6 million), 60-74 years: 5% (3 million) and 75 years and over: 1% (male 0.5). It means that 85 percent of Iranians were under 45 years. In fact, 65 percent were under 30 years, and 75 percent were under 35 years. Iran’s urban population had reached to about 70 percent. Iran was experiencing the Age of Islamic Reform. But it was so tragic. The Islamic reformists was so hypocrite and stupid. The Islamic reformists were behind the ordinary Iranians in seeking change. The Iranian university and college students were unsatisfied. In 1990 to 1995, Iran had about 2 million university students. Since 1995, each year more than 1 million new students had been entered to the colleges and universities. And with this speed and radical change, Iran would have more than 10 million university educated people in the 2005, and more than 15 million educated people in 2010. Iran was changing, but the the Mullah and the Islamic reformists just were disappointing young Iranians more and more. In 2001 election, more than 24 million voted Khatami and the Islamic reformists again. It was their last chance, but they were so stupid, so coward and so opportunist. Therefore, at the end of Islamic reform’s Age in 2005, the Iranian youth had tried of the Islamic reformists, and the majority of the educated Iranians boycotted the election. They preferred that a stupid Islamist become the president and then Iran become ready for the fundamental change or the revolution. This stupid Islamist was Mr. shit (AN or AhmadiNejad) and Iranians waited for a proper time. The proper time was 2009, when the stupid regime committed suicide, by the huge electoral fraud. All Iranians came to the streets and a new Age began in Iran: The Age of Secular Revolution. [1][2][3]

In 2009, Iran’s Urban population was about 55 million (75%). The Iranian age structure was very interesting: 0-14 years: 24% (18 million), 15-29 years: 35% (26 million), 30-44 years: 23% (17 million), 45-59 years: 12% (9 million), 60-74 years: 5% (4 million) and 75 years and over: 1% (1 million). It means that 80 percent of Iranians are under 45 years and were and are young. If fact, 60 percent are under 30 years, and 70 percent are under 35 years. Literacy rate was more than 85% in 2010. Youth literacy rates increased and is near 97, rising significantly for girls. Currently, women outnumber men at the university (undergraduate) level by a factor of 2. Now median population age in Iran is 27 years . In 2000, it was near 22 years. And in 1990 median population age in Iran was near 17 years !!! . Life expectancy in Iran is 70 years. And total fertility rate is 1.8 children born/woman. Now Iran has at least 15 million university educated people (25%), and more than 5 million active university students. All of these serious changes, mean that Iranian society is not like 1970s, and 1990s. The Iranian society changes rapidly. And that’s why many Iranian expats and many foreigners, could not understand Iran and Iranians. Iran society is young (i.e. full of young people) and changes like a young wo/man, very rapidly and very radical. When we say that the majority of Iranians hate the Mullah and the Islamists, it’s not an imaginary hypothesis. The majority of Iranians are young and they were suppressed before as much as possible. Now they are frustrated and seek radical changes They have tired of the Mullah’s Islam and the Islamists. They have tired of Islamic reformists and Khamati’s group. After 2009’s debacle, when the Islamic reformists betrayed the people’s hope, the majority of Iranians lost their last hope for reform and Islamic reformists. Now the majority of Iranians know that they should fuck both Khamenei’s dogs/thugs and the Islamic reformists. It was a historical lesson and Iranian paid a very high price for it. A society that has lived 30 years under a religious tyranny, and now 80 percent of its population is under 45 years, is like a Bomb. A very dangerous bomb that sooner or later would explode. In fact, “The Age of Secular Revolution” has begun in Iran. [1][2][3]

Sources for further reading:

(Please note that “Statistics and Data”, Social or Economic, are considered so sensitive and secret in Iran !! The Khamenei’s regime is frightened to death of public awareness. You, especially the western foreigners, should appreciated your freedom and the free exchange of information in your country. The statistics of “Statistical Centre of Iran” are considered secret, and just part of social statistics are made public. But you could find the truth if you search enough! You could make use of “The US Census Bureau”, too; A great organization, with great tools and facilities for the whole world. )

[1] Statistical Centre of Iran
[2] The US Census Bureau [3] Population Action

Libya and arrogant Britons

April 9, 2011

The British deputy commander of the Libya operation refused to say he was sorry. Rear Admiral Russ Harding, the British deputy commander of Nato’s Libya operation, said: “It would appear that two of our strikes yesterday may have resulted in [rebel] deaths,” he told reporters in Naples, where the operation is based. “I am not apologising. The situation on the ground was and remains extremely fluid and until yesterday we did not have information that [rebel] forces are using tanks ” But the apology came from the Nato secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, hours after the British deputy commander of the Libya operation refused to say he was sorry. Rasmussen, in a clear attempt to correct the impact of Harding’s comments, said:” This is a very unfortunate incident. I strongly regret the loss of life, we basically give our sorrows to the mothers who lost their kids, but this is a war … We are conducting operations in Libya in accordance with the UN security council resolution with the aim to protect civilians. This is also the reason why our aircraft target military equipment that could be used to attack civilians, but I can assure you that we do our utmost to avoid civilian casualties” The attack on Wednesday happened between the towns of Brega and Ajdabiya. Local doctors reported 13 deaths. A similar attack by Nato planes five days earlier killed a reported 10 rebel fighters, and the latest bombing enraged those fighting Gaddafi’s forces.

Some of the greatest humans were Briton, some like the great Isaac Newton, and the great Charles Darwin. But these stupid arrogant Britons, and the stupid British politicians that said the Libyans should apologize for Gaddafi’s acts disgrace other Britons by their shameful acts. Of course the Libyan should not say that all Britons are like these arrogant British officers or politicians. All Libyans are not like Gaddafi; All Iranians are not like Khamenei; All Americans are not all Bush; All Frenchs are not like Sarkosy; All Italians are not like Berlusconi; And all Britons are not like Blair or Cameron or other stupid and arrogant British politicians. But shame on the arrogant Britons, and shame on British politicians.

U.S. Government Shutdown ?

April 9, 2011

Yesterday, US federal government shutdown looms as Obama and John Boehner battle over budget and Planned Parenthood funding. On CNN, Republican senator Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas tells: “ The debt ceiling is going to be Armageddon .” But apparently the Republicans have agreed to drop defunding Planned Parenthood in return for a further $1bn in cuts. As we said before, the US economic crisis is very very serious But the Republicans are risking a government shutdown over a measly $350 million in funds for Planned Parenthood. It’s not about $700 billion budget of Department of Defense (DoD), or about the huge tax cut and Medicare. It’s mainly about $350 million, i.e. 0.0005 of DoD’s budget !! But Planned Parenthood has become a symbol; A symbol of the kind of government spending that Republicans reject. The clientele of Planned Parenthood is groups that are considered unworthy by Conservatives: lower-income, female, assumed to be unmarried and/or queer. Conservatives have argued, roughly forever, that such women should be cut off from any federal spending, with the hope that deprivation will force them to marry for sustenance !! Planned Parenthood’s director Cecile Richards is interviewed by the Huffington Post about being used as a political football by Republicans: “One in five women in America have been to a Planned Parenthood health center for basic health care. Ninety-seven percent of our services are basic preventative care that women rely on in communities across this country. Women and men of all parties and all walks of life are concerned about these kinds of efforts to play politics with women’s health care access”. The Planned Parenthood’s health centers provide a wide range of health care, and more than 90 percent is preventive, primary care, which helps prevent unintended pregnancies through contraception, reduce the spread of s-e-x-u-a-lly transmitted infections through testing and treatment. Planned Parenthood was formed in 1916 in Brooklyn as the first US birth control clinic. It now has more than 800 clinics across the country

The main sticking point appears to be ideological , with the Republicans wanting to withdraw $75m funding for Planned Parenthood, which provides health advice and testing for women at 800 health centers. The Republicans claim the handout is money for abortion. so what ?! Abortion is not illegal. Abortion is better than killing innocent people in other countries. The Democrats insist the agency provides an essential health service for poor women in remote areas. The ultra-stupid Sarah Palin has broken her silence of several minutes, via Twitter. “America can’t afford cowboy poetry? And of course “subsidising abortion”!! with federal funds is already illegal !!” she said. But apparently “subsidising killing people in other countries”, i.e. “subsidising DoD” is legal !! . Obama had told Boehner on Thursday night at the White House he wanted a deal by Friday morning but the morning passed and no deal was in sight. The last government shutdown in the US was in 1996. Congress after the last shutdown in 1995-6 voted to compensate people for lost pay but there is no guarantee they will do so this time round. A Democratic congressman, Jim Moran, citing Republican opposition to federal spending, said: “There will be no reimbursement.” !! CNN reports that the Statue of Liberty in New York will be closed for visitors in the event of a shutdown. National parks such as Yellowstone and Yosemite would also close. About 800,000 of the federal government’s 2.8 million civilian staff face staying at home. The tax office would stop processing many returns, the national housing body would stop new loan guarantees, and the national institutes of health would start to refuse new patients. In 1995-6 shutdown, about 20,000-30,000 visa applications a day went unprocessed at US embassies. The White House, like other federal bodies, would have to lay off staff. One of the consequences of the 1996 shutdown was that Monica Lewinsky was on duty at a time when many staff were on forced leave !!! In the last shutdowns Bill Clinton received most blame. But afterwards his poll figures rose, possibly even helping his re-election. There have been 17 shutdowns since 1977. The last one, in 1995-1996 (for six days in November 1995 and three weeks from December 1995 to January 1996) cost $1.4bn

Surveys of voters in key electoral states such as Iowa suggest Sarah Palin’s star has been falling. Opinion polls reflect a similar trend among the Tea Parties generally. A Wall Street Journal/NBC poll this week suggested that 44% of Americans feel negatively towards the movement, up from 30% in January. Tea Party demonstrators outside the US Capitol to pressurise Republicans into make further budget cuts. But it’s a hypocritical act. Their protests is not about about $700 billion budget of DoD, or about the huge tax cut. It’s mainly about Planned Parenthood’s $350 million, i.e. 0.0005 of DoD’s budget ! This war on budget, is important for the whole world, especially for Iran and Iranians. It could be going to be Armageddon

Siemens and Mullahs

April 8, 2011

April 5, 2011, Wall Street Journal had a good article about Siemens co-operation with Mullah’s regime in Iran First lets look at what they said: “A year after German engineering giant Siemens AG pledged to retreat from Iran under international pressure, it is grappling with a thorny problem: a big jump in revenue in the Islamic republic … Siemens has kept a promise not to pursue new projects in Iran. But its existing contracts there underscore how international efforts to curb Tehran’s nuclear ambitions have had only limited impact on the state’s ability to draw on the technology and expertise it needs to maintain its broader infrastructure … In Siemens’s last fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, the company’s revenue in Iran rose more than 20% to about 680 million ($967 million) from the year before and more than 50% over a two-year period, said people familiar with the matter. Revenue for this year is still unclear … The Iranian government’s crackdown on protesters following the country’s mid-2009 elections prompted Siemens to consider severing its 140-year-old ties to the country, some Siemens officials said. Among multinationals, Siemens came under particular fire when it emerged that its venture with Nokia Corp. had provided Iran with part of the telecommunications technology that the government subsequently used to monitor protesting citizens . The Nokia Siemens venture said at the time the technology in question was standard in telecommunications networks in most countries”

German exports to Iran rose 5% to 3.164 billion euros between January and October 2010. Shame on Germany. We have not forgotten the shameful trip of German foreign minister to Iran, after new wave of protests in Iran 2011 Shame on Germany. Shame on the motherf-u-c-k-er German politicians and companies. In October 2009, the Wall Street Journal said some 85 German companies have operations in Iran, while more than 7,000 companies conduct business there through local representatives. As we said before, Nokia-Siemens, the Finnish-German telecoms joint venture, is the main technical supporter of Khamenei’s regime. Nokia-Siemens has supplied surveillance technology to Mullah’s regime. The technology is used to track down dissidents, protesters, and the ordinary Iranian people. Nokia-Siemens has supplied DPI technology, Deep Packet Inspection, to the Khamenei’s regime. This technology is so dangerous. It’s really harmful for all Iranians and other people around the world. Shame on Germany. Shame on Nokia-Siemens, the most dangerous and outragous enemy of the freedom and democracy in the world. Nokia-Siemens is more dangerous than Google or Microsoft. Nokia-Siemens sells high tech suppression’s tools to the dictators. Nokia-Siemens and Siemens AG are the real enemy of Iranians. Iranians will topple Khamenei’s regime, and after that they certainly would have a lot of plans for Siemens and Germany. Just wait and see, you motherf-u-c-k-er idiots in Siemens and Germany.

Libyans and stupid NATO

April 8, 2011

Libya revolutionaries say NATO hits their forces !! It’s not a pure accident. Huffingtonpost and other Western media say: “Rebel fighters said NATO airstrikes blasted their forces Thursday in another apparent mistake !! that sharply escalated anger about the military alliance’s efforts to cripple Libyan forces. At least five rebels were killed and more than 20 injured, a doctor said … It would be the second accidental NATO strike against rebel forces in less than a week … “Down, down with NATO,” one fighter shouted … A rebel commander, Ayman Abdul-Karim, said he saw airstrikes hit tanks and a rebel convoy, which included a passenger bus carrying fighters toward Brega. He and other rebels described dozens killed or wounded, but a precise casualty toll was not immediately known … In Benghazi, opposition spokeswoman Iman Bughaigis said the death toll could be as high as 13 … Discontent with NATO appears to be growing. Opposition commanders have complained in recent days that the airstrikes were coming too slowly and lacking the precision to give the rebels a clear edge. NATO officials say that the pro-Gadhafi troops have blended into civilian areas in efforts to frustrate the alliances bombing runs. … The rebel commander Adbul-Karim said the tops of rebel vehicles were marked with yellow under advice by NATO to identify the opposition forces … Tensions between the rebels and NATO were flaring even before the latest accident, with the fighters criticizing the alliance for doing too little to help them … Last Friday, a NATO airstrike killed 13 rebel fighters in eastern Libya. An opposition spokesman described it as an “unfortunate accident” in the shifting battles and pledged support for the international air campaign to weaken Gadhafi’s military power … “People are very upset and the street is really boiling,” a Libyan said. … Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, Gaddifi’s son, could be the West’s alternative for Libya !! … Saif was telling Western journalists that what Libyans needed most were open elections ! … British media said: “Saif’s talk of reform goes back to 2003 !!! … perhaps he stands himself distinct from his father and his brothers and the factions opposing him !!! Gaddafi’s sons would accept an interim government … It is what Saif has been working on. It is about getting the sides to sit down together and talk and also about having an exit strategy that is not insulting to Gaddafi !!! That’s what Saif is fighting for ” … Saif Gaddafi is who said : “We will fight until the last man, until the last woman, until the last bullet … Saif was said to be suggesting a transition under his direction as a possible way out of the impasse between the regime, in Tripoli, and the rebel forces in Benghazi … According to a report in the New York Times, Saif al-Islam is proposing a transition to a constitutional democracy under his direction”

But it’s not the whole story. The UK has put severe pressures on the revolutionary administration to sign an official apology for the role of Gaddafi’s regime in the Lockerbie bombing !! “When we say sorry it means we did it. But we did not do it. Gaddafi did it. It’s sorrow not an apology” one of Libyan opposition leader said … Officials in the rebel government say the Lockerbie and IRA issues are not a priority for them given that they are fighting a military campaign to overthrow Gaddafi while trying to administer the rebel-held areas. They say that there are few Libyans who believe they are responsible for Gaddafi’s acts or that they should apologise for him … the head of Libya’s rebel army has accused Nato of abandoning people to their deaths after a sharp reduction in the number of western air strikes … “ Nato is moving very slowly, allowing Gaddafi forces to advance Nato has become our problem ” Younes said. ” Either NATO does its work properly or we will ask the Security Council to suspend its work ” said Younes, head of the rebel forces … “Since the day NATO took over the air strikes, we have been falling back,” said Ziad, 20, a rebel fighter … “Gaddafi’s troops are hitting us with Grad missiles,” said Majbary, 35. “Something is wrong … When the U.S. gave leadership to NATO, the bombings stopped.” … “You have to visit Misrata to see the massacre by Gaddafi,” said Omar Boubaker, a 40-year-old engineer … “We are afraid even to step into the street any time. You can just be shot. I’ve seen children shot. They come in here with arms and legs destroyed. The snipers know who they are shooting. It’s terror. Before you could go out when they weren’t shelling and bombing. But now you never know. Some of the snipers are not even wearing uniforms” said a doctor in Mistata … Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Libya’s civil conflict wasn’t a vital national interest of the US … In Tripoli, former U.S. congressman Curt Weldon met with a senior Libyan official … Weldon said he came to Libya on the invitation of Gaddafi !! … The US holds about $30bn in frozen Libyan assets … Britain is holding about £100m in Libyan currency seized from a Libyan ship

It’s clear, isn’t it ? Shame on NATO. Shame on the US politicians that works with the savage Gaddafi. If Libyan oppositions were forced to offer apology and compensation, instead of Gaddafi, it would be very bad for the UK and British exploiters. The UK exploited Iranian Oil; The UK split the Great Persia; The UK killed a lot of Iranians; The UK launched a Military coup in Iran; The UK imposed a lot of financial problems on Iran; The UK supported, and support now, the Mullah and Khamenei’s regime. And they did the same thing in many other countries, even in U.S. in pre-Revolution era. If we want to calculate the compensation that the UK should pay to Iran, India, and other nations, It would be an astronomical number. The stupid UK politicians should be more careful about the bullshit they say repeatedly. The UK is more entitled to offer apology and compensation than the Libyan oppositions.

Khamenei’s TV in Washington

April 7, 2011

Wednesday’s night, April 6, 2011, the channel 6 of Khamenei’s TV, i.e. IRINN or the News network, had a special and unprecedented program. They had a 1 hour live program form Washington and their special guest was Michael Fletcher form The Washington Post This ridiculous program was about “the goals of Libyan war”! and American lunatic lefts repeated Islamists’ bullshit about Libya. It’s really shameful and ridiculous that Mullah Mafia could work in Washington and American journalists work with the Khamenei’s TV, a fascist media. Michael Fletcher has covered Obama and the administration for The Washington Post. In 1996, Fletcher joined The Washington Post as a reporter covering education and race relations. Prior to coming to The Washington Post, Fletcher spent 13 years as a reporter at The Baltimore Sun, where his assignments included working in the Washington bureau and covering Baltimore City Hall and the Maryland General Assembly. Fletcher is co-author of Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas, which was published by Doubleday in April 2007. Fletcher was born and raised in New York City where he attended public schools. He is a 1979 graduate of Boston Universitys School of Public Communication. Michael Fletcher doesn’t feel ashamed at all, and openly works with the fascist media.

The other guest of the Khamenei’s TV program was the stupid Ray Madsen (Wayne Madsen). The stupid Madsen has said: “US sent Taliban and Afghan mercenaries into Iraq for killing Iraqi people !” He claims Gaddafi is a good guy and has not killed a lot of innocent people! This stupid lunatic left thinks that the US needs Afghan mercenaries for killing innocent people; He thinks that the US has not enough American mercenaries !! Madsen is really full of crap. It’s really unbelievable that the Khamenei’s regime TV could work in Washington, and could have a TV studio in there. It’s totally like Khamis Gaddafi’s scandal. In fact, Gaddafi’s son openly worked with U.S. universities and companies and U.S. authorities didn’t feel ashamed at all. Until now the Khamenei’s TV just had studio in London, the mother city of Islam, but having studio in Washington is new thing. The UK is the old friend of the Mullahs, and the real supporter of Khamenei. And Iranians know that London is one of the holiest Islamic city !!! , but Washington was not a holy Islamic city for Iranians.

This ridiculous and shameful act could be another interesting fact about the US’s Paradox. It shows us that the war between the Mullahs and the US is a phony war . It’s a fake war, it’s a sham fight, it’s a Jange Zargary. As we said before about the Apparent Paradox of the West, it is so obvious that their war and fight against the Mullahs is a fake war, is a sham fight, is a Jange Zargary. We could guess that some dumb and stupid lunatic lefts would say: “Khamenei’s TV is a press; It’s a media, and we could work with them.” We have answered to this crap; When intellectuals become dumb, is when they work with the fascist media and then try to justify it stupidly Shame on them all. Shame on the US authorities that impose stupid sanctions on the ordinary Iranians, but the Mullah Mafia could openly work in the US. And the Khamenei’s TV could have a TV studio in Washington and broadcast live programs form there. Shame on Obama and his f-u-c-k-ing administration.

This article is another part of Mullah Mafia series.

Rafsanjani bribed Oxford University

April 7, 2011

The Oxford University’s reaction to news about the illegal admission process of Rafsanjani’s son in the Oxford University is so shameful and ridiculous. They have said that the admission’s process of Rafsanjani’s son has been legal and Rafsanjani’s son knows enough English ! It simply proves that Oxford University is a branch of the Islamic Azad Univeristy. The Islamic Azad Univeristy is a huge private university in Iran that makes use of public funds a lot !!! Do you know who is the the the head of the Islamic Azad Univeristy ? Rafsanjani ! In fact, the Islamic Azad Univeristy is the treasury and strongbox of Rafsanjani’s family !! Do you know how much they earn in a year ? at least $4 billion (2 million student and at least 2000$ annual tuition fee for each student) They could easily bribe the Oxford and British authorities to shut their eyes and mouths. The Oxford’s authorities have said that Rafsanjani’s son knows English; It’s a blatant lie, but we could test it very easily. The BBC could invite Rafsanjani’s son in a live program, and shows the world how much he knows English. And we could see whether he can speak English without a translator or not The Oxford’s authorities should say that Rafsanjani’s son knows the Norwegian language! Because he was the special friend of Norways Oil Company, Norways Statoil, a customer of Atieh Bahar, that their bribery of Rafsanjanis son through consultants was exposed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice .

Rafsanjani’s son scandal is like Gaddafi’s son scandal and other Libyan and non-Libyan scandals in British colleges and universities. But the case of Rafsanjani’s son is special, because he is the son of the Mullah, i.e. the old and dear friend of the UK and British authorities. London, and the whole cities of the UK, are the Mullah’s second home. They could easily get the UK’s visa, and go there for Zyarat and Syahat !, i.e. for Pilgrimage and Joyful non-Islamic Adventure ! Shame on British authorities and all the supporters of Mullahs in the UK and in the West.

from Gaddafi to Abu Oumama (Obama)!

April 7, 2011

Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu Oumama “, Gaddafi called Obama. Libyan savage dictator, Gaddafi, has written a rambling three-page letter to Barack Obama on Wednesday, and beg him for help. Gaddafi and other African fanatics think that Obama is the son of Africa and so he is as savage and stupid as them. The three-page missive, littered with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, proclaims Obama as man enough to ‘annul a wrong and mistaken action’. The Western media published a short letter, that is not three-page letter , and pretend that it’s Gaddafi’s letter to Obama in full Here are excerpts of excerpts of Gaddafi’s letter !: “ We still pray that you continue to be president of the U.S.A.We Endeavour and hope that you will gain victory in the new election campaigne. You are a man who has enough courage to annul a wrong and mistaken action. I am sure that you are able to shoulder the responsibility for that. Enough evidence is available, Bearing in mind that you are the president of the strongest power in the world nowadays, and since Nato is waging an unjust war against a small people of a developing country … This country is Libya. Hence, to serving world peace … Friendship between our peoples … and for the sake of economic !!!!! , and security cooperation against terror, you are in a position to keep Nato off the Libyan affair for good … As you know too well democracy and building of civil society !!! cannot be achieved by means of missiles and aircraft, or by backing armed member of AlQuaeda in Benghazi !!! … You , yourself, said on many occasions, one of them in the UN General Assembly, I was witness to that personally, that America is not responsible for the security of other peoples. That America helps only. This is the right logic … Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that NATO would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair. Libya should be left to Libyans within the African union frame !!! The problem now stands as follows: 1. There is Nato intervention politically as well as military. 2. Terror conducted by al-Qaeda gangs !!! that have been armed in some cities, and by force refused to allow people to go back to their normal life !!, and carry on with exercising their social people’s power as usual !!!!! Muammar Gaddafi Leader of the Revolution !!!! Tripoli 5.4.2011″

The majority of dictators are so coward and mean. All of us saw Saddam Hossein and how he was so pathetic after his arrest. And now it’s Gaddafi’s turn. We hope that we could see Khamenei in this position very very soon. We are sure that 90% of Iranians have the same wish.

Iranian Intellectualism

April 6, 2011

The story of Iranian Intellectuals is a very sad story. When we look at the contemporary Persian history, we find that Iranian intellectuals were either hypocrite and stupid or hypocrite and charlatan, with the exception of a few real intellects. The number of real Iranian intellectuals can be counted on the fingers of two hands. We know that the intellectuals could be the brain of the modern society. They create new ideas for a better life and they try to prevent the society from making terrible mistakes. But what did Iranian Intellects do in 1979? All of them only made great historical mistakes. Unfortunately 99 percent of them were blind and ultra-stupid. But it’s not the whole story. What did Iranian Intellects do in 2009? Nothing. They were so stupid and passive. The ordinary Iranians were more open-minded and thoughtful than them. Many of Iranian intellects were among the most stupid lunatic lefts in the world. Many of Iranian intellects were and are opportunist and make secret deals with the ruling groups. In fact, they kiss the dictator’s ass or as Iranian says: “they rub/touch the dictator’s balls” (KhayeMaly). But there is just some a few exception.

Sadegh Hedayat, 1903-1951, is certainly the first real intellectual in the modern Iran. He is known as a novelist, but his letters and his thoughts are much more important than his novels. He came from a wealthy family, and his uncles were the key figures in the Qajar dynasty. He was among the first group of Iranian students that went to “Frang”, i.e. France, by the governmental scholarship. Iranians called the West “Farang“, that of course was the name of France, but Iranians used it for referring to the West, especially Europe. In the past, every one that went to Farang, called “Farang Rafteh” (i.e. has gone to Farang) and it automatically meant that he is an “Intellectual” ! The “Farang Rafteh” had social respect. In fact, “Farang Rafteh” enjoyed social respect, just because 99% of Iranians were illiterate and stupid. But Sadegh Hedayat was really an exception. He shows us that even in 100 years ago, Iranians could be wise and intellects if they want. Of course he had his own weak points, but they were not very important. Sadegh Hedayat, was not Communist or even Left at a time that Communism used to be the fashion in Iran. When 90% of Iranian intellects, even his close friends, became Communist, he remained free and independent. He criticized both Communism (Stalinism/Leninism) and Capitalism. He also was the greatest critic of Islam and the Mullah. He was an atheist, the first well-known atheist in Iran. In fact, he hated Islam and Muslims, simply because he could see the great paradox and the great tragedy of Islam and Muslims. His famous work, “Toop Morvari”, is a great satire on Islam and Muslims. He was a great critic of the stupid Iranian traditions (not the good and joyful Iranian traditions) and Iranian foolishness, too. His works has been banned by the Mullah in Iran, but many Iranian youth read his works. He committed suicide at the age 47, in Paris. He was buried in Paris, because he did not want to go back to Iran under any condition, even his dead body.

The majority of the “Farang Rafteh” were not like Sadegh Hedayat. It’s so obvious that many stupid Iranians went to Farang, and then automatically were considered Intellectual ! This stupid tradition is still alive in Iran, but just the names have changed. “Farang” has become “Kharej” (foreign country) and “Farang Rafteh” has become “Kharej Rafteh” ( i.e. has gone to “Foreign countries”). In addition, nowadays every one could easily go to the West, or get a university degree, Master or Ph.D., if he or she offers good bribe! And every one that had one of these university degrees, i.e. Master or Ph.D., or has gone to Kharej !, automatically is considered ” Intellectual”! and receive attention and respect form the ordinary people. Of course, this stupid tradition, had a funny result, i.e. many regime’s authorities tried to go to Kharei !, or get some of these fake Ph.D.s, especially from the famous foreign universities, like Oxford, Harvard, Princeton, etc. We have talked about this matter in the Mullah Mafia section. But this matter has created a backlash against going Kharej or getting Ph.D or university degree in the recent years, and now the university degree or going to Kharej, don’t show the wisdom as before !

The number of real Iranian intellects are really a few. Ahmad Kasravi,1890-1945, was not a real intellect, but he was an open-minded Muslim. At first he was a Mullah, but then after using of his brain!, he resigned and became an outspoken critic of the Mullah. The Mullah can not bear him and his critics, and finally when the UK toppled Reza Shah’s regime, and in the absence of a strong government, Kasravi was assassinated by Muslim fanatics, i.e. Mullah’s puppets, at the age of 55 in Tehran. His famous works are: “History of Constitutional Revolution”, “History of Azerbaijan”, and a dozen short books about Muslim fanatics and Islamic superstitions. Kasravi was not a real intellects, but he was not hypocrite and did not obey orders from above. He was Muslim, but he did not believe in the Mullah, and this matter had made the Mullah more angrier. “History of Constitutional Revolution” is better than other Iranian works about “Constitutional Revolution”, and we could trust it more than other Iranian works, simply because its writer is an open-minded Iranian, who was not hypocrite and did not obey orders from above. Ali Akbar Dehkhoda, 1880-1955, was not a real intellect, too. But he was an open-minded Muslim and a people journalist. He was the first Iranian journalist that wrote regular political and social satire. His satire column in “Sure-Esrafil” newspaper (that was a weekly newspaper) called “Charand-o Parand” (Crap and Nonsense) ! “Charand-o Parand” was really critical, and had made the Shah and the Mullah really angry. They blocked “Sure-Esrafil” newspaper just after 1.5 year and the main cause of it was “Charand-o Parand”! Dehkhoda fled to Europe and stayed there for a year. Dehkhoda had learned French language in 1903-1905, when he voluntary lived in Europe for more than two years. Dehkhoda was one of the main journalist and intellectual in the age of Constitutional Revolution. He also developed the first “Persian to Persian Dictionary”, that Iranians call it “Dehkhoda Dictionary”. In the recent decades we had have just two or three real intellects. “Ahmad Shamlou“, 1925?-2000, could be one of them. He was a great poet and also an outspoken critic of the Mullah and the Islamic regime. Some fake intellectuals like Al Ahamd, Shariati, etc. were really stupid. They were Islamists and the stupid ideologue of the f-u-c-k-ing Islamic revolution.

Hatam Ghaderi” is a real alive intellect in Iran. In fact, we don’t know any other known Iranians, inside or outside Iran, that could be a real alive intellect. Of course hundreds of unknown young intellects live inside and outside Iran, but the known Iranians are not real intellects, and 99% of them are fake intellectuals. “Hatam Ghaderi” is really an exception. He teaches political science in Tarbiat Modares University, and is the only well-known critic of Mousavi and the Islamist reformists. He was a critic of stupid Khatami in his eight year of presidency, too. We have discussed the Iranian matter with him, and he is really open-minded and free of typical Iranian foolishness. If Iran had just hundreds of well-known intellects like “Hatam Ghaderi“, the Green Movement would achieved victory in 2009. Unfortunately many Iranians that call themselves, or being called, “intellectuals” are really opportunists and fake intellectuals. Unfortunately 99 percent of known Iranian Intellectuals, are a bunch of hypocrite opportunists, or as Iranians say, are a bunch of stupid Khayemal !

The Geopolitics of Stupidity !

April 6, 2011

John Feffer has a very good article in Huffingtonpost with the title The Geopolitics of Stupidity ! Good title ! It’s about the stupid Terry Jones, who burnt Koran, and stupid American politicians. Here are excerpts of it: “What might in another age have been an ignored act of ignorant extremism has become, thanks to the magic of the Internet and its transfer of the means of production to the e-proletariat (!!), an international scandal … This Butterfly Effect has to be updated: the flapping of an obscure man’s tongue can send winds of destruction thousands of miles away … The preacher Terry Jones and his dwindling flock have followed the advice attributed to Margaret Mead that has inspired so many progressive activists: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Well, “thoughtful” might be a stretch when it comes to Jones (!!) … “We’re not big debaters. We’re not very well-educated” (!!) his son Luke told The Washington Post. “We’re just simple people trying to do the right thing.” (!!) … In our era of Palindrones, admissions of ignorance are what pass for heartfelt authenticity (!!) … The Pentagon doesn’t burn Korans, except by accident as collateral damage. Rather, the Pentagon is in the business of burning countries (to save them, naturally).(!!) … It was Stalin who said that the death of one man is a tragedy while the death of a million is a statistic … Burning a Qur’an is a geopolitical stupidity to be sure, but the bigger stupidity is to spend nearly $700 billion a year on a military that’s still ready to fight last century’s wars against adversaries that no longer exist (!!) … Since 2002, the US has provided about $50 billion in reconstruction assistance to Afghanistan, and the Obama administration has requested another $20 billion. Sounds like a lot of money? Not according to Pentagon math. That’s the exact figure that the Pentagon wastes in one year (!!), according to a recent GAO audit. And the US has devoted five times that amount on destroying the country to begin with (!!) … “Maintaining and constructing all U.S. bases cost American taxpayers $41.6 billion in 2010, according to Undersecretary of Defense Dorothy Robyn.” … It’s time to end the geopolitics of stupidity. On April 12, people in more than 35 countries and dozens of cities in the US will participate in the first-ever Global Day of Action on Military Spending … From Alaska to Brisbane and from Oslo to Cape Town, we will demand that the world dial back the military madness and devote resources to the real threats facing the planet: climate change, global poverty, nuclear proliferation … Here in Washington, DC, we’ll gather in front of the White House at noon on April 12 for poetry, puppetry (!!), and protest. We won’t burn any books. But we might just beat some swords into ploughshares (!!). Even Terry Jones might appreciate the biblical reference (!!). On April 12, let’s show both Jones and the Pentagon that a group of thoughtful, committed people can indeed change the world

That’s great. The liberal American citizens could see each other on April 1; The American protesters could have poetry, puppetry , and protest. But Iranian protesters and other suppressed nations just could the reverse situation, rape and repression. Americans could show the rest of the world that they could say no to both the stupid politicians and the stupid lunatic lefts. The great Howard Zinn once said: “If Boston had 1500 wise liberals, we would have a revolution there !!” Of course it was a joke, but had its special meaning. We should add at least one more item to the real threats facing the planet: Dictators that kill their own people in the name of independence And it’s a human duty that we support the suppressed nations. We should get rid of all stupid brutal dictators in all countries. The brutal dictators and the religious fanatics are as harmful as the nuclear bombs to our planet. “Say Yes to Global support of the suppressed nations, and Say No to any American military intervention in any country”

Iranian Revolutions of 20th Century

April 5, 2011

Iranians had some main revolutions or movements in the past 100 years, that the last unsuccessful one was in 2009. These revolutions/uprisings, i.e. uprising of 1906 (Constitutional Revolution), uprising of 1951 (The Oil Nationalization Movement), uprising of 1979 (Islamic Revolution), and uprising of 1997 (Islamic Reform Movement), were different but they had one common characteristic: incompleteness, i.e. all of them were incomplete. It would be very helpful if have a look at them. Now we want to take a look at two of them, that happened in the first half of 20th century.

During the early 1900s an idea gradually spread among Persians that the only effective way to save the country from government corruption and foreign manipulation was to make the Shah accountable to a written code of laws. The corrupt Qajar dynasty had disgraced Persia a lot and Persians were really angry. But the majority of them, i.e. more than 99% of 10 million Iranians, were illiterate religious fanatics. More than 90% of Iranians lived in the rural area. Just 1% of Iranians were literate; And just some of them had gone to the outside world or “Farang”, i.e. France. These tiny educated minority, were the leader of Constitutional movement. By 1905 this sentiment had grown into a popular movement, the Constitutional Revolution. Following a year of demonstrations and strikes, Muzaffar al-Din Shah was forced to agree to the creation of an elected parliament (the Majlis) and a constitution that limited royal power, established a parliamentary system of government, and outlined the powers of the legislature. But Britain and Russia, apparently fearing that a strong Iranian government might act too independently and threaten their interests in the region, agreed in 1907 to divide Iran into spheres in which each would exercise exclusive influence. Russia then encouraged Mohammad Ali Shah, Muzaffars successor who resented the constitutional limits on his authority, to dissolve the Majlis. In 1908 the shah attempted a coup against the elected government, bombing the Majlis building and dissolving the assembly. The main supporters of Mohammad Ali Shah were Mullahs. But it’s very interesting that some of the main leader of oppositions were Mullah, too. After a year of fighting between supporters of the constitution and forces loyal to the shah, the constitutionalists prevailed and deposed Mohammad Ali, who fled to Russia. The constitutionalists brought a senior Mullah, Ayatollah Fazlollah Nouri, to trial and hanged him in Tehran. It was quit unprecedented, and was the first serious clash between Mullahs and the people. Nowadays many Iranians call Seid Ali Khamenei and the ruling Mullah, the second Mohammad Ali Shah!, and followers of Fazlollah Nouri !, respectively. The restoration of the Majlis and constitutional government failed to end foreign influence in Iran. In 1901 a British subject had been granted an exclusive 60-year concession to explore Iran for oil. Commercially valuable quantities of oil were discovered in southwestern Iran in 1908, and exports began in 1911. In 1914 the British government purchased 51 percent of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (formed in 1909; renamed the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, or AIOC, in 1935 ), and from then on the UK behaved increasingly like a sovereign power in southwestern Iran . Meanwhile, in 1910 Russia assisted Mohammad Ali Shah in an invasion of Iran and an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the government. The following year, Russia occupied Tabriz and forced the Majlis to dismiss American financial advisor William Morgan Shuster, whom the Majlis had invited to Iran to reorganize the national finances; Shusters reforms strengthened Iran but threatened Russian and British interests. In 1919 Britain induced the Iranian prime minister to sign a treaty giving Britain substantial political, economic, and military control over Iran. This agreement would have made Iran a virtual protectorate of Britain, and it aroused the anger of Iranian nationalists. The other main cause of Constitutional movement’s failure was World War I. The famine and the banditry were widespread. Then an illiterate military officer, Reza Khan, with the help of an Iranian journalist that worked for Britannia, Seid Zia Tabatabii, launched a military coup against the government . Within four years and with the support of Britannia, Seid Zia and Reza Khan ruled the country, but just Reza Khan had established himself as the most powerful person in the country. In 1925 the last ruler of the Qajar dynasty was deposed and Reza Khan, who earlier had adopted the surname Pahlavi, became the new shah, the new dictator.

In the mid-1940s Mohammad Mosaddeq, an Iranian statesman and a member of the parliament, emerged as the leader of the oil nationalization movement. This movement sought to transfer control over the oil industry from foreign-run companies to the Iranian government Mosaddeq consistently advocated three goals: to free Iran of foreign intervention, to ensure that the shah remained a democratic monarch and not a dictator, and to implement social reforms. To forestall nationalization, the shah appointed military officer Ali Razmara as prime minister in 1950. This move increased the scale of demonstrations in favor of nationalization and against a government that increasingly was denounced as a puppet of foreign interests . Razmara was assassinated in 1951 by a Muslim fanatic, and the more militant supporters of nationalization applauded his death. Sensing the popular mood, the parliament passed a bill nationalizing the AIOC , then took the unprecedented step of appointing Mosaddeq prime minister over the shah’s objections. In response to these events, Britain enforced a blockade on oil exports from Iran, a move that deprived Iran of foreign exchange. Although Iran had not relied on oil revenues prior to 1951, Mosaddeq’s development budget anticipated this income; its absence severely hindered efforts to stimulate the economy and implement social reforms. Attempts to secure foreign financial assistance proved unsuccessful because most countries and international financial institutions feared offending Britain . Mosaddeq, like many other Iranian political leaders, hoped the US would intervene to resolve the crisis. Initially, the US tried to mediate a compromise. But In early 1953, when a new administration came to power in the US, U.S. policy toward Iran began to change. The US now became sympathetic to British arguments that Mosaddeq’s government was causing instability that could be exploited by the USSR to expand its regional influence. Mosaddeq advocated Iranian neutrality in the Cold War conflict, but neither side in the Cold war wanted to lose Iran. Consequently, the US decided to use CIA to help overthrow Mosaddeq. By this time, many conservative politicians in Iran, some senior military officers, and the shah were prepared to work with the CIA to bring down the Mosaddeq government. The coup, carried out in August 1953, failed initially, and the shah was forced to flee the country. After several days of street fighting in Tehran, which were instigated by the CIA, army officers loyal to the shah gained the upper hand. Mosaddeq was arrested, and the shah returned in triumph. The Iranian government restored relations with Britain in 1953 and concluded a new oil agreement the following year. Mossadegh had long sought to curb and, perhaps, to abolish the monarchy. In 1951, the Iran population was near 20 million, and more than 90% of them were illiterate religious fanatics. And more than 75% of Iranians lived in the rural areas. Prior to 1953 Mohammad Reza Shah had been seemed destined to remain a constitutional monarch. Following the coup, however, he moved to consolidate power in his own hands. With the help of the military and later a secret police, the Savak, the shah created a centralized, authoritarian regime. He suppressed opposition by former National Front supporters and the Iranian Left, tightly controlled legislative elections, and appointed a succession of prime ministers loyal to him.

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

Iranians and Arabs

April 5, 2011

Arab states of Persian Golf and the Mullah’s regime are in conflict with each other. Arab states of Persian Golf , i.e. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, and UAE, have asked the Mullah’s regime to stop intervening in disputes between Arab states and Arab people. Apparently the Arabian dictators think that they could kill their own people and the world should just wait and see. In fact, the Arabian dictators are like the Mullah in Iran. The Arabian dictators, especially in Saudi Arabia and UAE, are the real enemy of Iranians. They have a special and complicated love-hate relationship with the Mullah in Iran, But 90% of Iranians hate both the Mullah and the Arabian dictators. The Mullah in Iran helped the Arabian dictators and the Arabian Islamists a lot. They destroyed Iran and created a best opportunity for the Arab states of Persian Golf to emerge as a new commercial hub of the region. UAE and Dubai were desolate desert and ghost town in 1970s. Just after the f-u-c-k-ing Islamic revolution of 1979, and when the Mullah, i.e. pro-Arabs or Arab-Iranian, f-u-c-k-ed and destroyed Iran, the Arab states could make use of the opportunity and developed their desolate deserts.

Arab states of Persian Golf , are so shameless and have tried to change the name of Persian Golf . They think that the young generation of Iranians are like the Mullah. They don’t know that the Iranian youth, hate both the Mullah and the Arabian dictators, and fuck both of them. The Arab states should know that the Iranian youth are just the friend of Arabian good guys, i.e. Arabs that are not racist, pan-Arab, Islamist, and anti-Iranian. In fact, the Iranian youth would fuck all Arabs that want to be racist, pan-Arab, Islamist, and anti-Iran. The Iranian youth can not tolerate the arrogance of the Arabs. The Iranian youth can not tolerate the outrageous act of changing the name of Persian Golf . The stupid Arabs, i.e. those that are racist, pan-Arab, Islamist, and anti-Iranian, could be sure that the age of Mullah and pro-Arabs and pro-Muslims have been ended in Iran. The stupid Arabs have made use of the Khamenei’s regime weakness a lot, but now they should cease attacking Iran and Iranian interests. The Iranian youth will rebuild Iran, and Iran or Persia will be restored to its former glory and grandeur. The Arab states could be sure of that.

Iranians or Persians, i.e. inheritors of Cyrus the Great , are not enemy of anybody, even Arabs. The Arabs and their Islam, have caused many serious problems for Iranians. The Arabs and their Islam, killed and tortured Iranians in the past and at present. But Iranians don’t seek revenge on their former and present killers. The Mullah are either Arab or pro-Arab. The Mullah are brutal Islamists that kill, torture and rape Iranians. The Mullah are like the savage Arabs in the Age of Ignorance. In fact, many pan-Arabs and racist Arabs are like Mullah and still live in the Age of Ignorance. We, i.e. the majority of Iranians, certainly support the educated young Arabs that want to get rid of both Arab dictators and Arab Islamists. The educated young Arabs are like their counterparts in Iran and all around the world. But unfortunately many ordinary Arabs are either racist or Islamist. They support either Arab dictators or Arab Islamists, and Iranians hate both of them. Arab dictators kill Arab Islamists, and Arab Islamists would kill the ordinary Arabs in the near future. We don’t support any of them. Both of them are stupid and savage. Both of them are the enemy of the freedom and democracy. Apparently the Arab states should experience the Islamic dictatorship, and just after that, when Islam killed and raped them directly, they could understand that they should abandon Islamists. We would write more about this important matter later.

The US Economic Crisis

April 4, 2011

In Nowruz 1390, the state TV showed I.O.U.S.A (2008) . This documentary movie is about American National Debt . As we said before the main concern of American authorities and American lunatic lefts for international intervention in Libya, is the economy and the money . In fact, the US economic crisis is very very serious. I.O.U.S.A. says: “ Wake up America! We’re on the brink of a financial meltdown ” I.O.U.S.A. boldly examines the rapidly growing national debt and its consequences for the US and its citizens. All the people around the world and all American citizens should see it. This movie could be an answer to all questions about the roots of the current US economic crisis. In fact, the US economic crisis is more deeper and more serious than we thought before.

The U.S. National Debt Clock , by Ed Hall, is a very interesting tool. It shows us that the U.S. National Debt is near $14 trillion !! now. The estimated population of the US is 310 million, so each citizen’s share of this debt is near $45,000! In 2005, each citizen’s share of the debt was near $27,500 ; And in 2000, it was near $19,000. In fact, Mr. bin Bush fucked the US economy so badly. Bush tax cuts, i.e. Huge tax cuts (that mostly were of benefit to wealthy Americans), War in Iraq and Afghanistan, and a dozen of dreadful decisions, f-u-c-k-ed the US economy so badly. The US National Debt has continued to increase an average of $4 billion per day since September 28, 2007! Ed Hall has published some helpful facts about the characteristic of the U.S. National Debt he says: “In 1998, over 40% of National Debt, was owed to the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the US. The remaining 60% of the Debt was privately held by individuals, corporations, states, and foreign governments. As of November 2007, Japan ($580 billion), China ($390 billion) and the UK ($320 billion) are the biggest foreign holders of our Debt. The National Debt is the total amount of money owed by the government. And the federal budget deficit is the yearly amount by which spending exceeds revenue. Add up all the deficits (and subtract those few budget surpluses we’ve had) for the past 200+ years and you’ll get the current National Debt. The National Debt on January 1st 1791 was just $75 million dollars. Today, it rises by that amount every hour or so. On October 18th 2005, the Outstanding Public Debt rose to
$8,003,897,406,911, the first time it had risen above $8 trillion” And as of October 2010, China ($900 billion), Japan ($870 billion), and the UK ($470 billion) are the biggest foreign holders of the US Debt.

Jim L. Riley has a good article about the US National Debt ; He says: ” As a nation and society we simply cannot sustain our existing system of spending beyond our means. Moreover, the problems resulting from the retirement of the so-called “baby boom” generation (those born during the period of 1946- 1964; some 70+ million) coupled with expansions of entitlement programs, particularly in the health care arena , become more unmanageable and catastrophic in their consequences as time passes with no effective action to bring government and private finances into the realm of fiscal responsibility. In 2009, the debut of the national government was in excess of $12 trillion Depending on which economic prognosticator one chooses, the projections are that by 2020 the national government, will have incurred a debt equal or in excessive of the entire gross national product of the nation The impact this will have on interest rates, the value of the dollar and ultimately the vitality of the nation is fearful in the extreme. If the current trajectory of deficit spending is not reversed, eventually the interest on the national debt would exceed the GDP . Obviously this development would never be reached because as the event was a looming inevitability the entire financial, social, economic, political fabric of the nation would be torn asunder. ”

The President’s budget request for 2010 totals $3.5 trillion. The main items of the US Federal Spending in FY 2010 are as follow: Medicare & Medicaid $793 billion (23%), Department of Defense (DoD) $689 billion (20%), Social Security $701 billion (20%), non-defense Discretionary programs $660 billion (19%), and Mandatory programs $416 billion (12%). Discretionary budget authority is established annually by Congress, as opposed to mandatory spending that is required by laws that span multiple years, such as Social Security or Medicare. The military budget of the US during FY 2009 was approximately $683 billion in expenses for the Department of Defense (DoD) and $54 billion for Homeland Security, a total of $737 billion !! . The U.S. defense budget is between 4% to 6% of GDP. The DoD baseline budget, excluding supplemental funding for the wars, has grown from $297 billion in FY2001 to a budgeted $534 billion for FY2010, an 81% increase. It’s really horrible. Non-defense discretionary spending is used to fund the executive departments (e.g., the Department of Education) and independent agencies (e.g., the Environmental Protection Agency), although these do receive a very smaller amount of mandatory funding. For instance, in FY2010 the estimated budget of some non-defense departments and agencies were as follow: Department of Education $47 billion, Department of Veterans Affairs $52 billion, Department of Agriculture $26 billion, Department of Commerce $14 billion, and Environmental Protection Agency $11 billion. When you compare them with the budget of DoD, it’s really shameful. The total deficit for FY 2009 was $1.42 trillion, a $960 billion increase from the 2008 deficit. In fact, the U.S. budget situation has deteriorated significantly since 2001, when the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) forecast average annual surpluses of approximately $850 billion from 2009–2012. The average deficit forecast in each of those years is now approximately $1.2 trillion. And one of the main causes of all of these economic disasters are Mr. bin Bush’s policies.

The population and the population growth is another problem. The retirement of the baby boom generation was just a distant worry. The Fed predicts that in the next 30 years, the U.S. working-age population will increase about 0.5% a year, compared with 1% now. The percentage of the population over 65 will rise from less than 13% to about 20% by 2030. Spending on Medicare, Social Security, Medicaid health care for the poor and interest on the federal debt, could zoom from 8% of the economy to 21% by 2075, according to the CBO. In fact, it’s a global problem and China and India with a population more than 1 billion, would have a very tragic situation in the 21st century. Iran has the same problem, too. In fact, the world population is really a worrying matter and we would write more about it later. Now Iran has 75 million, but in 2050 that would be 100 million, while the Iranian gas, oil, water, woods and other natural resources would be totally fucked up until that time. In fact, the Mullah and Mr. shit have fucked the Iranian economy and environment so badly, maybe worst than what Mr. bin Bush and Neocons did in the US. As we said before, Iranians are paid by Toman (1 Toman is 0.001 Dollar), but they should spend Dollar ! And it’s really an Islamic miracle, a Mullah’s miracle The Iranian economic crisis is really worst than the US. We should note that in the US, the critics/protesters could speak and protest, but in Iran the critics/protesters are fucked by Khamenei’s dogs/thugs. Ed Hall has have his National Debt Clock for more than 10 years, but if he had made his Debt Clock in Iran, just after 10 days Khamenei’s dogs/thugs would fucked both him and his clock! In fact, the real difference between Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, China, Russia, Syria, Libya, etc, and the US, the West, etc. is the Freedom , i.e. the amount of the freedom. The US and the West are not really free, but the amount of the Freedom there, never ever are not comparable to the East and above-mentioned countries. The Freedom could control the Corruption, and when there is no Freedom, the result is a really huge corruption.

Websites for further reading:

[1] Congressional Budget Office [2] Government Accountability Office
[3] U.S. Treasury department [4] Federal Spending

Libya, Gaddafi, and the West, 1

April 4, 2011

The tragedy of Libya has revealed a lot of western secrets and scandals. It has showed us behind the scenes, and it’s really helpful to understand the western politics. Lets have a look at one of these shameful secrets and scandals. Gaddafi youngest son, Khamis Gaddafi, 27, was visiting US military schools and weapons makers in January and February 2011! Khamis Gaddafi was in the third week of an “internship”! that took him across the US to hone his leadership skills! Someone with knowledge of his program told CNN his 36-day planned internship began in Houston on January 21, 2011 when he was to meet with officials from AECOM, the global engineering and design company that sponsored the program Since 2008, AECOM has been involved in a multibillion-dollar initiative with Libya to modernize the country’s infrastructure! The next day’s classes in leadership and program management were to be followed by a visit to the Johnson Space Center, a class in traffic and emergency management and a “business dinner” at Willie G’s, a steakhouse and seafood place. Visits with oil company and other business executives were scheduled around lunch at the Coronado Club. On January 29, Gaddafi was scheduled to travel to Los Angeles, where he was to receive a VIP tour of Universal Studios, meet with Silicon Valley and other business leaders there and in San Francisco and then travel to the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado Academy spokesman John Van Winkle told CNN that Gaddafi was given “a standard tour” during his visit on February 7. The next morning, he was slated to fly to Chicago for more training with AECOM lawyers on such topics as “global contract management” and “foreign corrupt practices training !!” It was in Chicago that he attended Chopra’s three-day leadership class at the Kellogg School of Business. The author of “The Soul of Leadership” noted to the class the turmoil faced by Hosni Mubarak. “ We were analyzing in the class why Mubarak was going through this and why it would have a ripple effect. He (Gadhafi) was taking notes extensively.” Chopra added, “I purposely didn’t mention his dad because I thought it would be impolite !!!!” Gadhafi next traveled to Washington, where he met with defense contractors, including representatives of Northrop Grumman. On February 16, a day after unrest erupted in his country, Gadhafi traveled to New York for more meetings and meals with business leaders. On February 17, 2011 he cut short his internship, missing out on a planned tour of West Point, his choice of the Broadway shows “Mamma Mia” or “Jersey Boys” and a final leg to Boston for meetings with professors at Harvard University. Instead, he returned to Libya to lead the 32nd Reinforced Brigade against rebel forces

Paul Gennaro, the senior vice president and chief communications officer for AECOM said the company was “shocked and outraged” !! to learn of the young Libyan’s role in his country’s crisis !!!! “We were aware of the student’s family relationship, but we were not informed of any military connection whatsoever” !! he said. The State Department helped facilitate an educational visit to the US this year by Khamis al-Gaddafi, a 27-year-old military commander who became a prominent figure in the violent crackdown against Libyan protesters, according to AECOM that hosted the visit Khamis Gaddafi is the commander of Libya’s 32nd Reinforced Brigade, a special-forces unit that has been heavily involved in the fighting against rebel groups. There have been reports that he died this week from injuries sustained when a Libyan pilot crashed his plane into an army barracks where the commander was staying. The Air Force Academy confirms that a son of Gaddafi visited the school last month during a U.S. tour that included businesses and other schools. The State Department is pushing back against the suggestion it “approved” an internship for Gaddafi’s son. But the company says that the State Department knew about, and approved of the internship. In the uprising, Khamis has been in charge of the “Khamis Brigade,” described by Al Jazeera as the Libyan army’s best trained and equipped elite special forces unit. U.S. Admiral Samuel Locklear described the brigade as a “premier force for Colonel Gaddafi”.

Ivory Coast’s Tragedy

April 4, 2011

In February, one of the Ivorian opposition leaders said: “It might not be a Tunisian revolution, it might not be an Egyptian revolution, but it will be a revolution”. In fact, it’s a weaker version of Libyan revolution. The UN has evacuated its civilian staff from its base in Ivory Coast as thousands of rebel troops gather outside Abidjan for what looks set to be a bloody final offensive. Soldiers backing the country’s UN-recognised president, Alassane Ouattara, clashed with forces loyal to the fake president, Laurent Gbagbo, in the country’s main city and former capital, Abidjan. Maybe we could call Ouattara “Ivorian Mousavi” ! and Gbagbo “Ivorian Mr. shit” (Gbagbo in Persion language could be read “Goh ba Goh”! that means “shit with shit” !) Of course it’s a joke, and Ouattara is not like Mousavi. In fact, he is not very decent. UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights had received “unconfirmed but worrying reports” that the pro-Ouattara force “has been committing human rights violations” during the advance toward Abidjan. Red Cross spokeswoman Dorothea Krimitsas said: “ We have information that at least 800 persons were killed on 29 March in Duekoue in intercommunal violence. Our colleagues saw hundreds of bodies. We strongly suspect that was the result of intercommunal violence. Since Monday or so tens of thousands of people have fled the area. ” And in the recent days, Gunfire and the sound of heavy weapons fire rang out across Abidjan as the country’s former rebels pressed an offensive to oust Gbagbo, who is refusing to leave office.

Ivorian Mr. shit and his state TV accused the French of preparing a genocide like that in Rwanda in 1994!!, in which more than 800,000 people were killed. Ivory Coast’s Mr. shit is really like his counterpart in Iran, i.e. Khamenei, a nasty unabashed killer, a shameless liar, and an unrepentant and brutal tyrant. The Ivorian state TV says: “Sarkozy’s men are preparing a Rwandan genocide in Ivory Coast ! Ivorians, let us go out en masse and occupy the streets. Let us stay standing.” France took control of the city’s airport and increased its military presence, fuelling Ivorian Mr. shit’s hostile rhetoric against foreign “occupation”. The Ivory Coast’s situation is really tragic and sepcial, like other undeveloped parts of Africa. The opposition have controlled northern Ivory Coast since a 2002-03 civil war effectively split the country in two. Even in the south, the main city, Abidjan, had plenty of anti-Gbagbo sentiment. While Gaddafi enjoys oil wealth, Ivory Coast’s chief export is cocoa, which has been hit by Ouattara’s call for a trade embargo. Over four months international sanctions have also gradually boxed in the president, shutting down banks, crippling schools and hospitals and fuelling popular demand for change. Meanwhile, Ouattara has clashed with the UN over claims that fighters allied to him had massacred hundreds of civilians, an allegation that threatens to tarnish his credentials as the elected, internationally supported leader. The total number of people killed since the presidential election in November is now more than 1,300. Until now up to 1 million have fled their homes. The true figure is likely to be much higher. Pierre Kraehenbuehl, of the International Committee of the Red Cross said: “Casualty numbers, killed and injured, is running into the thousands. That is our indication.” Ouattara’s fighters now control about 80% of the country, and we hope the Ivorian Mr. shit would be defeated very soon, the Ivorian civil war would be ended very soon, and the Ivorian could have the real democracy and freedom.

The population of the countries that have some sort of unrepentant and brutal tyrants, could show us many things. The western media’s reaction and the lunatic left’s reaction to each of these countries would become more interesting, when we knew their population. Lets have a look at their population: Bahrain 1 million, Gaza Strip 1.5 million, Lebanon 4 million, Libya 6 million, Jordan 6 million, I-s-r-a-e-l 7 million, Tunisia 10 million, Cuba 11 million, Ivory Coast 21 million, Syria 22 million, Yemen 23 million, Saudi Arabia 25 million, Venezuela 27 million, Afghanistan 28 million, Iraq 29 million, Sudan 45 million, Iran 75 million, and Egypt 80 million.