my note on the current global affairs

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jingili posters, hear it from 'navabegh shite'

LOL host says waiting list is full to ' become sunni, do not apply' ..Basiji caught being tanbal and exposed.. hillarious!!!!!!!



 

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one of the very interesting developments in west asia in recent days
which has gone mostly unnoticed is the protests in jordan.
it started a week ago and the king was finally forced to ask the pm
to resign(read he got fired) in order to calm down the situation.
the fired pm was staunchly pro isreali/saudi who had followed them
blindly in their misguided policies.but the actual protest where due to
the raising of taxes and the economic conditions in the country.
however,the bad economic conditions have been a result of jordan
turning away from their traditional economic ties with countries like
qatar,iran and turkey based on the poisonous advice of the aforementioned
semitic-axis-of-evil. this is now an opening for iran to bring in yet another victim
of this axis into their camp.look for jordan to slowly drift towards the iran-qatar-turkey
economic sphere and away from the belligerent persian gulf states that tried to strangle
qatar.with this opening iran should be able to penetrate further and expand it's strategic
depth even more.i rate this as a very positive development for the region as a whole.
as predicted the saudis have clearly seen the writing on the wall and
are scrambling to stop another loss by trying to bring in others to cover
their failures.but it's only a band aid,a cheap one not the good brand.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018...g-jordan-economic-crisis-180609145454848.html

Saudi Arabia will host a regional summit to discuss the ongoing economic crisis in Jordan, where a proposed income tax rise recently triggered some of the largest protests in years.

The meeting on Sunday in Mecca will be attended by Saudi King Salman, Jordan's King Abdullah II, Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
 
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iran to rescue iraq again after a 'deliberate' fire was
set to a warehouse where a recount of the election
ballots was processing.
since the usa is totally distracted by the fat guys summit
and only looking at iran in terms of 'sanctions' they have
left iran as the only power broker in iraq.
and despite the fact that iranian supported groups did not
win a majority of seats in the elections they may actually end
up forming the next government since big daddy 'iran' is helping
them make a coalition.

Top Iran general in Baghdad after 'deliberate' ballot warehouse fire

The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards has reportedly arrived in the Iraqi capital after a "deliberate" fire ravaged a warehouse storing votes from May's legislative election.

Qassem Soleimani landed in Baghdad late on Sunday to meet with Shia political leaders and discuss the ramifications of the blaze, a senior Iraqi official told The New Arab's Arabic-language service.

"Soleimani has come to end tensions between Shia political blocs and Hashed al-Shaabi militias," the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said
 

A8K

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^ get out of disney land, you think US set the largest embassy compound with largest staff in Iraq just to snooze thru events like this? get a real grip.

IR losing control there.. wake the a b c e & f up
 

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iran to rescue iraq again after a 'deliberate' fire was
set to a warehouse where a recount of the election
ballots was processing.
since the usa is totally distracted by the fat guys summit
and only looking at iran in terms of 'sanctions' they have
left iran as the only power broker in iraq.
and despite the fact that iranian supported groups did not
win a majority of seats in the elections they may actually end
up forming the next government since big daddy 'iran' is helping
them make a coalition.

Top Iran general in Baghdad after 'deliberate' ballot warehouse fire

The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards has reportedly arrived in the Iraqi capital after a "deliberate" fire ravaged a warehouse storing votes from May's legislative election.

Qassem Soleimani landed in Baghdad late on Sunday to meet with Shia political leaders and discuss the ramifications of the blaze, a senior Iraqi official told The New Arab's Arabic-language service.

"Soleimani has come to end tensions between Shia political blocs and Hashed al-Shaabi militias," the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said
as predicted iran comes to rescue and yet again checkmates the
semitic-axis-of-evil in isreal & saudi and their slave owners in the usa.
first it was lebanon, now iraq.jordan coming up soon.
when soleimani talks everyone listens.

Iraq's Sadr announces alliance with pro-Iranian Ameri

Baghdad (AFP) - Nationalist cleric Moqtada Sadr announced on Tuesday a surprise political alliance with pro-Iranian Hadi al-Ameri in a bid to lead Iraq over the next four years.

The two blocs won first and second place in the war-scarred country's May 12 parliamentary election.

The move by Sadr, who is staunchly opposed to Iranian involvement in the country, was unexpected by much of the political class as he had suggested unwillingness to work with Ameri and his bloc of pro-Iranian former fighters.

But at a joint press conference with Ameri in the Shiite holy city of Najaf, Sadr hailed the formation of "a true alliance to accelerate the formation of a national government away from any dogmatism".
 

A8K

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^ Great we need alliance and educated and peaceful souls when we address police brutality in the United of States among other issues cause they got such a lawless land.

wait, am I for real? or am I wet-dreaming mental notes on global affairs or rather shit-hole affairs in this case.
 

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iran quietly rescues iraq from political stalemate and brings
an old ally back to their corner.the semitic axis in isreal and saudi
were played like a cheap north korean violin in this game.

In about-face, Iraq's maverick al-Sadr moves closer to Iran

Muqtada al-Sadr, the maverick Shiite cleric who emerged as the main winner in Iraq's parliamentary elections last month, campaigned on a platform to end sectarian politics and replace it with a government that puts Iraqis first.

Instead, he has forged a postelection coalition with a rival Shiite bloc that includes some of the most powerful militias operating in Iraq — groups that get their funding and support from Tehran.

The deal underscores the active role Iran is taking in shaping the next government of Iraq, sending key military and spiritual advisers to revive a grand coalition of Shiite parties as a conduit for its influence in Baghdad. It also illustrates how Iran has gained sway over al-Sadr, who once called for booting foreign influence from Iraq.

https://abcnews.go.com/Internationa...s-maverick-al-sadr-moves-closer-iran-56117804
 

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brilliant response by iranian president to austrian pm's semitic propaganda.
the gloves are off and general soliemani approves of the new and improved
president.notice how the pm hangs his head in shame as soon as the iranian
president talks about the zionists.

 
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lol@trump :p

Chinese Refiner Stops U.S. Oil Imports, Turns To Iranian Crude

An independent Chinese refiner has suspended crude oil purchases from the United States and has now turned to Iran as one of its sources of crude, media reports, citing an official from the refiner, Dongming Petrochemical Group.

What’s more, the source said that Beijing is planning to slap tariffs on U.S. crude oil imports and replace them with West African and Middle Eastern crude, including crude from Iran. China has already said that it will not comply with U.S. sanctions against Iran and it seems to be the only country for now in a position to do this.
 

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how to detect and arrest a chinese/american spy in iran
according to nyt.

Her Husband Was a Princeton Graduate Student. Then He Was Taken Prisoner in Iran.

Xiyue Wang could easily never have gone to Iran. He was a graduate student at Princeton, researching similarities across regional governments in 19th-century inner Asia. His work touched on neither the United States’ Iran policy nor any Iranian political reality less than a hundred years old. He initially planned to use the archives in Turkmenistan, but Turkmenistan denied him a visa.
He wasn’t looking for an adventure — he had a 2-year-old son and a wife who had only just arrived in the United States from China. Compared with Turkmenistan, Iran was an open book, and compared with Afghanistan, which he also considered, it was safe. Moreover, Iran’s archives had a wealth of material useful to his research. He would need to learn Persian and at least survey the literature on Iran. But this sort of thing came easily to him: He was a voracious reader with a gift for languages.
He left for Tehran in late January 2016, the same month that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (J.C.P.O.A.), better known as the Iran nuclear deal, took full effect. Wang, a Chinese-born, naturalized American citizen, set out for Iran without a worry. The Dehkhoda language institute in Tehran sponsored his visa, and an Iranian consular authority stamped its approval on Princeton’s letter of introduction, which indicated that the purpose of Wang’s travel was archival research. He would be using two collections: the diplomatic archive housed at the country’s foreign ministry and the National Archives of Iran.
He rented a room in a Chinese couple’s apartment near Vanak Square, in a lively middle-class neighborhood in the north of Tehran. He got up at 6 each morning for a video chat with his wife and son, had cookies and milk for breakfast and then took a taxi to the diplomatic archives, just south of the city’s center, arriving by 8 a.m. and staying until closing time. Because many of the documents he needed were handwritten in an antiquated Persian script, Wang engaged a local scholar to help him decode them. He waxed “exuberant” about his research, his Princeton adviser, the historian Stephen Kotkin, recalls. Four days a week, he studied Persian at the Dehkhoda institute.
The days were long and often frustrating. First there was Nowruz, the Persian new year, which shut down the archives for weeks. Then there was the traffic. In Tehran, taxis are cheap, air is poisonous and you can get exactly nowhere inside of an hour. Before he knew it, in June, came Ramadan, when, in deference to local regulation and custom, he would pass 14-hour days without food or drink, only gulping down porridge and instant noodles in his apartment after 9 at night. To one close friend, Wang sounded peevish. He just needed to access the National Archives before he could come home. But unlike the diplomatic archive, the National Archives were holding him at bay.
The National Archives of Iran are indexed in a database. Scholars sit at terminals to pore through the index, then submit lists of documents they wish to see. Only if you have an archive “membership” can the archivists then burn a selection of these documents to a disk for you, at a fee of six cents a page. This step is crucial: When historians work in archives far from home, they routinely collect thousands of pages of documents for later study. Wang had applied for his membership early on, and every week, he stopped by the sprawling, tiered brick complex to check on the status of his request. He never got an answer.
The local scholar working with Wang proposed that they peruse the index together, and then the scholar, a former employee of the National Archives, would submit the request for the documents under his own name. Wang was eager to get home. Having the scholar take the copies was a workaround, and as Wang understood it, not an uncommon one. The archivists gave the scholar half the documents. But when he went back for the second half, they objected, and the next day, the scholar was interrogated by the police.
Wang wrote to Kotkin and explained what he had gathered and what was still outstanding. Kotkin gave him his blessing to leave Iran and return for the remaining documents another time. Wang told his wife he was coming home.
That was when the calls started coming — strangers with unknown numbers, summoning Wang to a police station for questioning. Interrogators took his passport and his laptop. There was a problem with his visa, they told him. He couldn’t do this kind of research with that visa. Anyway, why had the local scholar requested his documents? He called his adviser. He called the Swiss Embassy, which represents American interests in Iran. Everyone told him not to worry. This sort of thing happened often enough: Iranian authorities harassed or intimidated scholars, particularly those from the United States or Britain, telling them their visas were out of order and eventually sending them on their way. But until they gave back Wang’s passport, he was stuck. Days passed, and his panic mounted.
On Aug. 7, an unknown caller told him to report to a hotel. He phoned his wife, Hua Qu, back in New Jersey: If she didn’t hear from him after this meeting, she should notify Princeton right away. A few hours later, he called back with good news. He was at his apartment, packing and paying his rent. The Iranians were sending him home. A man waiting downstairs would take him to the airport. She should have someone from the Swiss Embassy meet him there with a plane ticket.
For five hours, the Swiss diplomat waited for Wang at the airport. The ticketed flight came and went. The next time Qu heard from her husband, she was at Princeton’s Firestone Library, and August was at an end. She got a call from an unknown number. It was Wang, in Tehran’s Evin Prison, crying so hard he couldn’t speak.
 

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lmao.. Iraq now require passport from Iranians going there???? yep so grateful and friendship and alliance level through the roof.




iran quietly rescues iraq from political stalemate and brings
an old ally back to their corner.the semitic axis in isreal and saudi
were played like a cheap north korean violin in this game.

In about-face, Iraq's maverick al-Sadr moves closer to Iran

Muqtada al-Sadr, the maverick Shiite cleric who emerged as the main winner in Iraq's parliamentary elections last month, campaigned on a platform to end sectarian politics and replace it with a government that puts Iraqis first.

Instead, he has forged a postelection coalition with a rival Shiite bloc that includes some of the most powerful militias operating in Iraq — groups that get their funding and support from Tehran.

The deal underscores the active role Iran is taking in shaping the next government of Iraq, sending key military and spiritual advisers to revive a grand coalition of Shiite parties as a conduit for its influence in Baghdad. It also illustrates how Iran has gained sway over al-Sadr, who once called for booting foreign influence from Iraq.

https://abcnews.go.com/Internationa...s-maverick-al-sadr-moves-closer-iran-56117804
 

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china is becoming increasingly militant in their dealings with the usa.
they are actually putting sanctions on american oil in favor of iranian
oil which sends a very clear message.
trump's gambit to stop iranian oil flow is practically impossible since
many of the refineries in iran's customer base are designed to run on
iranian crude and can not easily or quickly be converted to run on lower
grade oil from other producers.
this report is from the american military newspaper.

China snubs Trump on Iran as biggest refiner halts US oil buys

Rising trade tensions between China and the U.S. may soon affect global oil flows.

China's largest refiner, Sinopec, will delay making any purchases of U.S. oil for September amid concern that the Asian giant will slap tariffs on American crude, making imports more expensive, according to a person familiar with the matter. Beijing declined to stop imports from Iran, dealing a blow to U.S. efforts to isolate the Islamic Republic, though it agreed not to increase shipments, according to officials familiar with the negotiations.

https://www.stripes.com/news/pacifi...as-biggest-refiner-halts-us-oil-buys-1.541121
 

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اگر خایه ی گفتن حرف حق رو نداری؛

حداقل خایه مالی اونایی که حرف ناحق میزنن رو نکن!

"نیچه"
 
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this is pretty disturbing news.don't know why it did not
make the mainstream news media.
or maybe as trump says it's just fake news!

 

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imf predicts iran will be the 15th largest economy in the world by 2021.
you can not possibly continue sanctioning such a large economy and
not hurt your own.

 

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you guys becoming such extremists just with one post on
one 5 year old thread that correctly predicted the events of
the last 5 years.if you are into s&m go and read your own
posts in this thread and see how wrong and childish they
turned out to be.
meanwhile,this is another dose of reality for you.