Manifesto vs Velayat-e Faqih
The scorpion stings, the snake bites and the Velayat-e Faqih is thirsty for blood.
The nature of political, dogmatic, and tyrannical Islam cannot be altered. For our safety, we have to weaken it and get it over with.
Our people have been unable to control the greed and thirst for power of our anthropophagous leaders.
Protesters chant: Death to Khamenei! Death to Velayat-e Faqih!
What do we want to replace them with, anyway?
Khamenei, Khomeini’s successor, at the top of his throne, compels the Iranian people to think and behave according to his dogmatic madness. This is an unacceptable situation for citizens of the 21st century.
Our elders have easily succumbed to superstitious beliefs since the Islamic Republic was established in 1979. The struggle for justice and against repression has been abandoned by them. As a result, they betrayed their own children and future generations.
To achieve a secular society that offers choice and freedom of expression for all, our country must have an active and credible opposition to the ayatollahs.
Velayat-e Faqih is repressive and bloodthirsty. To preserve its fossilized skeleton, it will sacrifice children and even accuse babies of blasphemy.
To prevent our children from physical repression and mental bondage, we must have an open mind, freedom of action, and unity without hesitation.
Young people and women are aware of this. Men of a certain age, hardened by tradition, fear to put themselves in jeopardy.
Dictatorships remain in power because they are actively supported by some and unconsciously by others.
It is up to Iranians living abroad to unite and help the people of the country figure out a way to get rid of Velayat-e Faqih. And in particular, to find a replacement system. Alas! Iranians in the diaspora tend to spend too much time on petty bickering and internal disputes.
The seeds of democracy will only grow if we collaborate to ensure that citizens have the freedom to think and comprehend the responsibilities of living in a democracy.
This site’s authors are not hostile to religion. They hold the belief that religion is a private matter and not the responsibility of the State.
Their goal is to highlight the brainwashing and harm done to citizens by bigoted rulers. We believe in a secular society in which people have choice and freedom of speech. Women and men have equal rights and are complementary in the functioning of society.
Phallocracy, misogyny, machismo, sexism, paternalism, etc. are no longer acceptable in a society that is harmonious. It’s unfortunate that they are the origin of the pedantry of the three Judeo-Christian-Muslim religions.
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