Freedom for Iran will change the world

Jun 7, 2004
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1979 revolution led the world in bringing three decades of fanatic Islamists, in marrying Islam-self-worship with militarism.

If the people of Iran succeed in bringing about change for freedom, it will have a cascading effect throughout the world. This includes Russia and China let alone more important local impact on places like Israel and Egypt.

It is to the advantage of every person who desires more freedom in the world to help the Iranian people against the fascist regime.
 

masoudA

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This is an article from 2008 -

http://www.iranian.com/main/2008/sanity-vs-insanity

This is part of the article:

.............Hence, in a rapidly changing and globalizing world, intolerant cultures make life difficult for their followers, as well as all others. There are two dominant cultures which exist today in the Middle East, Persian and the Arab culture. My objective here is not to glorify or condemn one over another, but to make sure readers get a better understanding of the roots of the “Ways of Life” in the Middle East today, and for the world (which is hopefully no longer restricted by economical goals only) to know which culture needs to be promoted and which one must be opposed or fixed. The impacts of these two cultures can be noticed in every Middle Eastern country, within all races, ethnicities, and amongst those practicing different religions.

One culture promotes life while the other insists on the after-life. One inscribes tolerance while the other pushes for dominance. One establishes equality of all genders, races, and faiths, while the other promotes superiority. One culture promotes celebrations and joy of life, while the other seeks mourning and suffering, in quest of the promised afterlife. One understands how human life is intertwined with all other life-forms be it animals and plants, while the other ….. well, the other has not evolved that far yet! One culture believes in creating good things, the other believes in taking. One culture was the first to devise wages for labor, while the other has yet to fully abandon slavery. One culture makes sure every child is exposed to love, the other considers love as a deterrent to roughness and toughness. One believes in ruling the hearts, the other trusts only the rule by terror. As a result of these cultural characteristics, followers of one culture are generally peaceful, insightful, and kind, while those of the other culture are generally rough, dumb, intolerant and unkind.

Influences of these two cultures can be sensed in every country in the Middle East and well beyond. It is of outmost importance for the world to recognize the long term ramifications of supporting the wrong culture, as they have been in the past couple of centuries for the sake of economical gains and securing the flow of oil. It certainly appears to many of us Iranians that to maximize and secure profits in the Middle East, certain powers in the west have preferred in the past to deal with and support those who are manipulated easier. The world has paid a grave price for that miscalculation, and will pay even more severely if that trend continues.
 
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May 12, 2007
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Once the regime died remember to wath who will get the guns. Those with the guns will
decied the future of IRAN.
After 79 rev people started their own business but behind the curtain this IR managed to refine Sepah from all sort of people who were not hezbollahi. Then we ended up like this.
 
Jan 29, 2004
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Iran already changed the world 31 years ago but some folks both Iranian and especially non-Iranians are still in denial :Iran1:


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Feb 17, 2009
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´´for instance, the shah banned´´

get a life bastard, look at yourself and the things you banned in these 30 years of terror against the iranian people
 
Jun 7, 2004
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Once the regime died remember to wath who will get the guns. Those with the guns will
decied the future of IRAN.
After 79 rev people started their own business but behind the curtain this IR managed to refine Sepah from all sort of people who were not hezbollahi. Then we ended up like this.
Good point, very good point. It is two things though.
Guns on the one hand and apathy on the other. Freedom requires an immense amount of discipline. This means that it requires constant vigilance. Freedom will always yield in absence of vigilance and it will rapidly disappear with apathy.

Iranian masses were apathetic post the revolution as freedoms were being taken away from others, considering them as "others," not realizing that their turn will soon come too.

But to your point, yes guns is essential. Politics is about short-term fight for power. And you need guns for that. So politicians who are worthy must first and foremost think about guns as soon as they are in the position of having sufficient numbers.

Even with the current green movement, people must be accumulating guns, communication equipment, and whatever else is needed for war. However, one must hold back, and hold back, and hold back before using them. But having them will make all the difference in the world.
 
May 12, 2007
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Good point, very good point. It is two things though.
Guns on the one hand and apathy on the other. Freedom requires an immense amount of discipline. This means that it requires constant vigilance. Freedom will always yield in absence of vigilance and it will rapidly disappear with apathy.

Iranian masses were apathetic post the revolution as freedoms were being taken away from others, considering them as "others," not realizing that their turn will soon come too.

But to your point, yes guns is essential. Politics is about short-term fight for power. And you need guns for that. So politicians who are worthy must first and foremost think about guns as soon as they are in the position of having sufficient numbers.

Even with the current green movement, people must be accumulating guns, communication equipment, and whatever else is needed for war. However, one must hold back, and hold back, and hold back before using them. But having them will make all the difference in the world.
True. Therefor I hope the students lead this revolution. They are fair human with good analyse ability. If they get the gun they will use it appropriately til we get a bright future.
 

maziar95

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I agree Iran changed 31 years ago but from bad to worse. The Islamic republic some how managed to be more ruthless and repressive than the shah . And people thought nothing to could be worse 31 years ago but they were wrong. But you're too stupid and brainwashed to see the reality, if anyone is in denial it's you.
 

JazzedUp

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I agree Iran changed 31 years ago but from bad to worse. The Islamic republic some how managed to be more ruthless and repressive than the shah . And people thought nothing to could be worse 31 years ago but they were wrong. But you're too stupid and brainwashed to see the reality, if anyone is in denial it's you.
The sad thing is I'm not even sure it's being brainwashed. That to me whether right or wrong has more conviction . I think some are fully aware of what's goes on in Iran. It's a matter of integrity and morality which clearly some members on this board lack.
 
Jan 29, 2004
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Hmmmm!!!!! OK, OK, let's say you are right and the current adminstration in Iran and it's supporters are "stupid", "brainwashed" and "lack morality".
Then what does this say about the intellectual capabilities, thoughtfullness and moral fiber of the likes of you who are being ruled by such a low bunch for the last 31 years??!!? Think about that for a nanosecond....

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