Are we – Iranians- ready to take responsibility for democratic values?
What we think
Politics is everything
Accepting democratic values and preserving them, are relentless and unfaltering hard work.
They need tolerance, solidarity and responsibility.
Are we prepared to accept them and toil for the future rather than submitting to Velayat-e Faqih dogmatic dictate?
Are we prepared to have positive dialogue among ourselves?
If anyone asserted the Velayat-e Faqih, Idiots Supremacy, as a doctrine of compassion, it can only be a lunatic flat-earther who believes that pigs fly.
The Iranian oppositions pretence is suicidal and a pathetic charade. To be rid of the master–slave bonds we should bury the rancid legacies of 1979.
The Last Breath (1924) is a novel from Saeed Nafisi, Black Stars. It deserves a large public of readers attentive to today’s Iranian poverty and miseries.
Strolling by the riverside of Zayanderud was the epitome of a perfect day.It was sold cheap to the Glory of Islamic regime for the price of a babouche.
In the realm of sham Political Islam, nothing is what it seems. Citizens are taken for idiots & face life with fatalistic apathy when screwed and lied to.
The rigged Iranian Presidential Elections was a scenario accomplished to the satisfaction of feudal despots. Voters were the accomplices of Ebrahim Raisi.
Send the ruling Tartuffe a strong cue: boycott the Elections 2021, stop the farce. Enslavement to the autocratic regime is the political Islam’s pillar.
Islamic Republic signed the China-Iran Agreement. A sell-out serving as crutches to theocracy to clench to power amid the self-inflicted economic ruins.
Since the Islamic regime hates things outside its world of fanaticism, modern Nowruz in Iran is grim. Alas! We are dancing to the clerics sinister tune.
As Ayatollah al-Sistani and the Pope Francis met, Tehran seethed. Their peace message was in sharp contrast with the Iran’s divisive words and warmongering.