This is Ayatollah Khomeini's speech before the Islamic Revolution, 1979.
Now we would like to ask the current regime of Iran the same questions.
Monday, January 30, 2012
Sunday, January 29, 2012
London, January 28.
In this "anti war" gathering in front of US Embassy gathering, some Iranians and supporters of the Green Movement were chanting "no to war" and "no to dictatorship in the middle east" before they were attacked by supporters of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hezbollah of Lebanon and the Syrian Regime. The attackers were holding the flags of Syria and Hezbollah. The police separated both groups.
A group which is having problems with the Free Iran flag, doesn't care so much about people's lives or dignity. It is just participating in the gathering to misuse the anti war movement.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Ariamehr TV, or call it voice of fascists
In this video, some one talks to the moderator of "Ariamehr TV", which is broadcasting from the US!
The caller says that the TV-Program was very 'nonsense'.
The moderator asks him to say: "Death to the Islamic government, ...".
The caller does: "Death to the Islamic Repuplic, Khamenei, Khomeini, etc."
TV moderator: "Say Viva Shah (King)"
Caller: "Why Shall I?"
Moderator: "Go die" and hangs up.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Golshifteh Farahani's new picture is the topic number one in Iran. It has been shared many times in Facebook. Also people inside Iran share the picture on their profiles. As if they wouldn't be afraid of the government. As if the picture gave people a new energy.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Iman Shahrvandbegar, a very precise Iranian activist, founded out a good example of how Iranian regime spreads nonsense propaganda through the international press. It is worth translating and working out:
NTD quotes Epoch Times: "Chinese Admiral Threatens World War to Protect Iran"
A soft war soldier is some one who is working for regime in Internet, mostly at social networks such as Facebook or Twitter. Their job is to spread propaganda or to attack activists psychologically by insulating them. Their activity has began officially two years ago, as Sepah (Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution) realized the importance of Internet for the democracy movement in Iran and decided to fight it.
Now, a clergy friendfeed user said that they earn 7000 Toman ( 4.4 $) an hour. It is a good payment in Iran, specially if you know that the quality of their job is very low (I am not talking about the Iranian Cyber Police or the Iranian Cyber Army)
I ask myself how much a payment of a soft war soldier in a foreign country is.