The Father Of History, Or The Father Of Lies?
For the above reasons, the author believes that Herodotus is both the Father of History as well as the Father of Lies. The reader is invited to consider these words, and make up his or her own judgement.
This recount of Herodotus is presented concurrent to the release of the movie “300” to an audience that is just as keen on fantasy and mythology as the audience that Herodotus kept captive in Athens 2400 years ago. Many have been outraged that the current movie is a false exaggeration of history, and go so far as cite Herodotus for what is accepted history. It is most interesting that this movie is such a fantastic exaggeration that the defenders of Persia gladly present Herodotus’ work in order to get an anchor on reality. It is interesting, because a more moderate lie is used to partly refute the more exaggerated lie. One can only take pause before realizing that one mythological lie has become the basis for an even more fantastically outrageous lie.
The world would do well to combat all lies, present and past, which have on occasion become the foundation of accepted beliefs of events from long ago. May this world be protected from lies:
“King Dariush says: You who shall be king hereafter, protect yourself vigorously from lies; punish the liars well, if thus you shall think, 'May my country be secure.'” -Dariush the Great, Behistun Inscription, Column 4, Line 55.
THE TRUTH BEHIND 300 - Persia's 9/11
Democracy may well be the best form of government. But what makes America great is not so much democracy as it is its Bill Of Rights. And this is exactly what made Persia Great. Democracy can often lead to tyranny by the majority as was the case in democratic Athens, where women, slaves and foreigners did not have the right to vote.
In monarchic Persia, however, women enjoyed a level of gender equality unmatched even to this day, and slavery was not practiced. The fact is, Persia's monarchy was more free than Athens' democracy, all because of Persia's Bill Of Rights.
In 498 BCE, Athens carried out a terrorist attack on Sardis, a major Persian city, which made 9/11 seem like child's play. Aristagoras, an Athenian, set fire to the 'outlying parts' of Sardis trapping most of its population 'in a ring of fire.' (Herodotus 5:101)
More innocent civilians died at the hands of Aristagoras than Osama bin Laden could ever hope to kill. And just as most of the world supported America's retaliation against Al Qaeda, so did it rally in support of Persia's attack on Athens.
[Director Cyrus Kar ]
REJECTING NeoColonialism Blood Oil Dream Map For Creating Bloodbath, ...
In Cyrus's Land
The CU must exist to stop EU, China and Russia Neocolonialism disaster and expansion. The CU and US must become united to balance EU, China, and Russia. Few Millions hardcore Islamists from CU must be sent back to Mecca where they really want to be and they should be allowed to create their ideal Islamic society and wait to go to heaven.
Andrei Sakharov Father Of Soviet H Bomb and Human Rights Activist Is Right Forever
The connection Sakharov saw between the violation of human rights and international violence has become increasingly recognized. Scholars find that nations with broad and solid political rights (that is, democracies) have rarely if ever warred on one another. But repression at home often leads to conflict abroad. See this essay (S. Weart) and this Democratic Peace site (R.J. Rummel).
TRUE SECURITY BEGINS WITH REGIME CHANGE IN IRAN,
FREE Society, Secular Democracy and FREE Iran.
A Plea for Justice - FREE Iran Real Cases Mock Trials Against Mullah Khatami, Khameni, Rafsanjani, Amadinejad ... As Islamic Fascists And For Crimes Against Humanity
It is universally known that the former President has declared himself a proponent of “dialogue between civilizations”. But it is not commonly known that in a number of speechesand pronouncements he has consistently characterized Israel as “a cancer on the body of nations”, and on numerous occasions when officiating at Friday prayers in Tehran, he has led the congregation with slogans of death to the Great Satan.
As the President of the Islamic Republic, by all documented accounts, his tenure was rife with corruption, brutal suppression, illegal incarceration, torture and murder of students and other dissidents, murder of prominent members of the opposition both inside Iran and abroad, continued plunder of national wealth, rampant increase in drug use by the youth, and prostitution becoming a thriving export industry. But of course, there were some achievements as well: The secret development of Iran’s nuclear capabilities, the development of short and medium range missile systems in Iran, and the financing of international terrorist organizations
The world now faces a grave threat from the radical regime in Iran
This summer's crisis in Lebanon has made it clearer than ever that the world now faces a grave threat from the radical regime in Iran. The Iranian regime arms, funds, and advises Hezbollah, which has killed more Americans than any terrorist network except al Qaeda. The Iranian regime interferes in Iraq by sponsoring terrorists and insurgents, empowering unlawful militias, and supplying components for improvised explosive devices. The Iranian regime denies basic human rights to millions of its people. And the Iranian regime is pursuing nuclear weapons in open defiance of its international obligations.
We know the death and suffering that Iran's sponsorship of terrorists has brought, and we can imagine how much worse it would be if Iran were allowed to acquire nuclear weapons. Many nations are working together to solve this problem. The United Nations passed a resolution demanding that Iran suspend its nuclear enrichment activities. Today is the deadline for Iran's leaders to reply to the reasonable proposal the international community has made. If Iran's leaders accept this offer and abandon their nuclear weapons ambitions, they can set their country on a better course. Yet, so far, the Iranian regime has responded with further defiance and delay. It is time for Iran to make a choice. We've made our choice: We will continue to work closely with our allies to find a diplomatic solution -- but there must be consequences for Iran's defiance, and we must not allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.
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G8 and UN Steps For Regime Change To STOP WAR With Iran and Stop Taazi Terror Masters
We demand from G8 and UN to deal with this unelected and undemocratic regime strongly with a comprehensive set of measures. The measures that we recommend and strongly advocate and support are as follows:
President Bush's Speech about Iranians
I've a message for the Iranian people: The United States respects you and your country. We admire your rich history, your vibrant culture, and your many contributions to civilization. When Cyrus the Great led the Iranian people more than 2,500 years ago, he delivered one of the world's first declarations of individual rights, including the right to worship God in freedom. Through the centuries, Iranians have achieved distinction in medicine and science and poetry and philosophy, and countless other fields.
[United States Merchant Marine Academy]
Shame On Taazi Islamofascist Thugs Beating Peaceful Unarmed Female Protesters In Tehran
It is estimated that approximately 5000 women and supporting men showed up to the General Women's March at Haft'eh Teer Square in Tehran today. The march which was meant to be a peaceful protest against the misogynist rule of the Islamic Republic was slated for 5 to 6 pm Tehran time (9 to 10 am eastern standard time in the U.S.). The participants carried placards, signs and banners protesting the medieval regulations imposed on women and continued to chant slogans supporting women's, children's and human rights.
[Radio Free Europe]
Free Iran Adding New Word "Taazi" To English Dictionary
The ethics of life are the pursuit of awareness about truth for ourselves and others. The ultimate goal is total awareness by increasing public awareness about the truth .
"Crush not even the tiny ant that beareth a grain of corn, for she hath life, and sweet life is a boon."
From The Epic of Kings Masterpiece By Ferdowsi (935-1020) the world famous Persian (Iranian) poet.
Who Is a Taazi?
Being a Taazi is a frame of mind. Being a Taazi is a reflection of one's heart. Genetics have nothing to do with it. One is not born a Taazi by race or place of birth. One becomes a Taazi by choice.
A Taazi is someone who holds the nomadic Bedouin way of life and code of ethics above that of common human decency. A Taazi is someone who is willing to die and kill in the name of Allah. A Taazi is someone who has turned a deaf ear to his own heart and only listens to the call of hate and violence. A Taazi is someone who feels compelled to carry the Bedouin Barbarian Bylaws to ever-expanding spheres of servitude.
Islamic Barbarian Theocracy: Invaders and Occupiers of Iran Refer To It As TAAZI:
The name Islamic Republic of Iran is a misnomer. There is nothing Iranian about this regime, and these terrorists should not be allowed to use the word "Iran" to describe their regime. From now on, we the people refuse to refer to this illegitimate, tyrannical, barbaric, immoral, and foreign occupying force as "IRI," and will simply refer to it as the Islamic Republic, which is the epitome of all that is Taazi. The best examples of traitor-Taazis are the pro-Islamic Republic Taazis.
Who Is Fighting For Me?
Earthquake Hits Iran Killed, Injured Many & 200,0000 Become Homeless - Anti-Iranian IslamoFascist Taazi Corrupt Regime Paying Terrorists ... WHERE IS Iranian 900 Billion Dollars Oil Money?
We Can Pay $117,334.00 To Each Of 15000 Earthquake Homless Families
If We Can Take Back The Stolen Money From Just 4 Little Ayatollahs
President Addresses American Legion, Discusses Global War on Terror
The international community is also speaking with one voice to the radical regime in Tehran. Iran is a nation held hostage by a small clerical elite that is isolating and repressing its people, and denying them basic liberties and human rights. The Iranian regime sponsors terrorists and is actively working to expand its influence in the region. The Iranian regime has advocated the destruction of our ally, Israel. And the Iranian regime is defying the world with its ambitions for nuclear weapons.
America will continue to rally the world to confront these threats, and Iran's aggressive behavior and pursuit of nuclear weapons is increasing its international isolation. When Iran's case was brought before the IAEA earlier this month, 27 nations voted against Iran, including Russia and China and India and Brazil and Sri Lanka and Egypt and Yemen. The only nations to support Iran were Syria, Cuba, and Venezuela. Now Iran's case will be taken up to the U.N. Security Council. The free world is sending the regime in Tehran a clear message: We're not going to allow Iran to have nuclear weapons.
President Bush Delivers State of the Union Address 2006
we seek the end of tyranny in our world.
At the start of 2006, more than half the people of our world live in democratic nations. And we do not forget the other half -- in places like Syria, Burma, Zimbabwe, North Korea, and Iran -- because the demands of justice, and the peace of this world, require their freedom as well.
The same is true of Iran, a nation now held hostage by a small clerical elite that is isolating and repressing its people. The regime in that country sponsors terrorists in the Palestinian territories and in Lebanon -- and that must come to an end. The Iranian government is defying the world with its nuclear ambitions -- and the nations of the world must not permit the Iranian regime to gain nuclear weapons. America will continue to rally the world to confront these threats. And tonight, let me speak directly to the citizens of Iran: America respects you, and we respect your country. We respect your right to choose your own future and win your own freedom. And our nation hopes one day to be the closest of friends with a free and democratic Iran.
[The White House]
What neither the Shah nor Farah knew at the time was that their "chance encounter" had been carefully planned by the Soviet secret service, the KGB, through one of their "assets", an Iranian diplomat named Jahangir Tafazoli, who headed the Iranian students' office at the time.
Oh, by the way, Farah soon disappointed the KGB by turning out to be "a passionate royalist". Mitrokhin's documents show that Farah's supposed pro-Communist sympathies in Paris had been nothing but juvenile aberrations.
Andrei Sakharov Father Of Soviet H Bomb and Human Rights Activist
The connection Sakharov saw between the violation of human rights and international violence has become increasingly recognized. Scholars find that nations with broad and solid political rights (that is, democracies) have rarely if ever warred on one another.
But repression at home often leads to conflict abroad.
Iranian Scientists should learn from Andrei Sakharov human rights struggle and they should not help Islamist regime for building Nuclear Bomb. Building Nuclear Bomb and using nuclear energy are against Iranian National Interest as long as theIslamist regime is in power. The illegitimate unpopular Islamist regime is after creating new major international crisis to survive.
Iranian people need freedom, free society, secular democracy, jobs, regime change and NOT nuclear bomb.
Iran and Diplomacy
1 - Iran's new president has called for "a wave of Islamic revolution." Only a few years ago, this new world statesman was running gangs of street thugs who harassed anti-government demonstrators. His political rise was engineered by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khameini, who barred 1,000 reformist candidates from the recent parliamentary elections.
2- Last week, Iranian police opened fire on a peaceful demonstration of Iranian Kurds in the city of Mahabad, reportedly killing four of the protestors. Meanwhile, dissident journalist Akbar Ganji is on his 75th day of a prison hunger strike, and prosecutors are now threatening his family.
3- On the nuclear issue, Tehran has resumed an early-stage uranium enrichment process at its nuclear site in Isfahan. And it has denounced as "unacceptable" a European offer to provide security and economic favors in exchange for Iran dropping parts of its nuclear program that have bomb-making uses.
4- Then there is Iranian assistance for terrorists in Iraq. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has publicly accused Iran of "allowing" weapons to move across its Western border, and U.S. troops have captured explosives shaped for destructive terror use with Iranian pedigrees. Time magazine, no friend of the U.S. effort in Iraq, recently published a report, "Inside Iran's Secret War for Iraq." This is all especially notable because advocates of courting the mullahs often warn that a harder line against Tehran could invite Iranian meddling in Iraq. But that meddling is a reality under current Iran policy, and it is killing American soldiers.
[Wall Street Journal]
Youngbloods - Meet a key to a golden Iranian future. - Interview With Batebi
Asked what he hopes to accomplish through his efforts, Batebi says, "What I want is international pressure for all the political prisoners who have been so horribly treated. I want all these human-rights activists, these Amnesty Internationals, to put their
resources together to give more attention to the political prisoners in Iran.” Batebi and other dissidents are worried that under new president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who takes office this week, government crackdowns on peaceful demonstrations will increase,
making Iranians even more fearful of expressing their dissatisfaction with the regime. Further, with their intellectual and political leaders in jail, opposition groups are struggling to organize themselves and act effectively. "The importance of these people, the political prisoners, is that they are an underground organization for combating this regime," says Batebi's California-based contact. "Each was the head of a big network and now all are behind bars, so there is a lack of leaders, a lack of direction."
[Rachel Zabarkes Friedman]
Europe's Iran Moment
The Bush administration has justified its softly-softly approach to the Iranian nuclear program on grounds it has firm commitments from the Europeans to get tough should diplomacy fail. Those promises are about to be put to the test now that Iran has informed the International Atomic Energy Agency of its intention to resume uranium enrichment.
[The Wall Street Journal]
Connected Dots WARNING: Islamist Clerical Regime Opens Garrison to Recruit Suicide Bombers Against Freedom-Loving People Of World
DOT 1: "One of our garrison's aims is to spot martyrdom-seeking individuals in society and then recruit and organise them, so that, God willing, at the right moment when the Commander-in-Chief of the country's armed forces [Ayatollah Khamenei] gives the order, they would be able to enter the scene and carry out their missions", Jaafari said.
DOT 2: Islamist Regime weekly advertises "application form" for suicide operations.
DOT 3: This short clip is first-hand evidence that the Terrorist Islamic Republic of Iran has trained and mobilized some 40,000 human bombs to target the U.S. and Israel or anyone who is a threat to their ideology.
DOT 4: IOTM Video Clip - "I have had this honor to attack your liberalism, attack your civil society, attack your human rights, today I have this honor, I must say that paganism, paganism front, God enemies front, and Muslims enemies front, are they not but paganism front?
If anything can be done to succumb this front to terror and fear and panic, such terror is sacred. Go; write tomorrow that Abbasi is the theorist for violence, the theorist for sacred terrorism".
Question For UN and G8: Aren't these enough connected dots for actions to stop Islamist Clerical Madness by helping 70 million Iranian People to remove this regime NOW?
[Sources: Iran Focus, MEMRI and IOTM ]
Appeasement policy is a double-edged sword
As Britain tries to absorb the shock of 7/7 some voices are urging that it would amount to the appeasement of the terrorists. Experience, however, shows the appeaser becomes a more attractive target for the terrorists. The appeased terrorist concludes that, having won a battle, he should press for victory in his war against a weakened adversary.
Throughout the Mitterrand appeasement a total of 93 people were killed and more than 800 wounded in terrorist attacks in France. To these must be added 17 Iranian dissidents who were killed by hit-squads from Tehran.
The British should know that any appeasement of terrorists could put them in an even greater danger.
Declaration Number III For G8 Leadership: Blast in London Past Ignored Facts
Listen to the words of a person named "Dr. Hassan Abbasi", the theorist of the Islamic republic and custodian of the Department of Martyrdom Camps of the Islamic Republic (suicide operations) from which five months ago, according to reports from Islamic Republic sources, four hundred individuals were graduated and assigned missions. In one of his speeches in a terrorists training class, at the 24th minute and on page 6 of the complete English translated text he precisely states:
"I have had this honor to attack your liberalism, attack your civil society, attack your human rights, today I have this honor, I must say that paganism, paganism front, God enemies front, and Muslims enemies front, are they not but paganism front?
If anything can be done to succumb this front to terror and fear and panic, such terror is sacred. Go; write tomorrow that Abbasi is the theorist for violence, the theorist for sacred terrorism".
[The National Leadership Assembly for Opposition to IRI]
Islamist Clerical Terrorist Regime In No Position
The US Government must adddress the concerns of over 1 million Iranian-Americans and they have
reason to stop the Islamist regime's brutal practices, even if Britain, France and Germany disagree.
The illegitimate Islamist regime in Tehran with support of less than 1% of the Iranian population has no right to
speak on behalf of 70 million Iranians.
State Dept. Cites Iran Brutality Reports
Spokesman Tom Casey on Thursday called on the "regime" in Tehran to exercise restraint and permit the
Iranian people to invoke their right to peaceful assembly and free speech.
[The Associated Press]
White House Statement on a Call for the Unconditional Releases of Akbar Ganji in Iran
Akbar Ganji, an Iranian journalist who since 1999 has been routinely sentenced to prison by the Iranian government for advocating free speech, is again in jail because of his political views. Through his now month-long hunger strike, Mr. Ganji is demonstrating that he is willing to die for his right to express his opinion. President Bush is saddened by recent reports that Mr. Ganji's health has been failing and deeply concerned that the Iranian government has denied him access to his family, medical treatment, and legal representation. Mr. Ganji is sadly only one victim of a wave of repression and human rights violations engaged in by the Iranian regime. His calls for freedom deserve to be heard. His valiant efforts should not go in vain. The President calls on all supporters of human rights and freedom, and the United Nations, to take up Ganji's case and the overall human rights situation in Iran. The President also calls on the Government of Iran to release Mr. Ganji immediately and unconditionally and to allow him access to medical assistance. Mr. Ganji, please know that as you stand for your own liberty, America stands with you.
Election of Ahmadi-Nejad to Iranian Presidency Accelerates Confrontation With West; Suppresses Internal Opposition
The election of Ahmadi-Nejad consolidates, in a undisguised manner, the power of "Supreme Leader" Ali Khamene`i, and - given Ahmadi-Nejad's background as a hard-line Islamist and Pasdaran security official,
a participant in the 1979 seizure of the US Embassy in Tehran, known for his torture and assassination of opponents - streamlines and accelerates the movement of the leadership in
(a) the quest for a strategic victory for the Islamist-jihadist trend over the US through the war-by-proxy in Iraq,
(b) the construction and deployment of an indigenous military nuclear capability as the guarantor of the mullahs survival in power, and (c) the destruction of all formal semblances of political strength of so-called "reformist" politicians.
[Analysis. By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, and Yossef Bodansky, Senior Editor, GIS]
A Brutal Man, a Man with Blood on His Hands
He was personally in charge of some specific missions such as the 1989 execution of Dr. Ghassemlou, the Kurdish leader in Vienna, and in an assassination project against Salman Rushdie. The new President is not the modest and pious leader described at length by the media. He is a brutal man. He is a man with blood on his hands. He is a professional killer, not very well known publicly but very familiar to the intelligence community that see him rightfully as one of the agents of International Terrorism manipulated by IRI. Before him Iran was already a terrorist state.
What will happen to it with him? What would you call a country whose chief is a terrorist himself?
[Bernard-Henri Levy, the world famous French philosopher and Translation By Dr. Shaheen Fatemi]
Iran: Ahmadinejad's past in Revolutionary Guards invites scrutiny
In the early 1980s, Ahmadinejad worked in the “Internal Security” department of the Revolutionary Guards and earned notoriety as a ruthless interrogator and torturer. According to the state-run website Baztab, allies of outgoing President Mohammad Khatami have revealed that Ahmadinejad worked for some time as an executioner in the notorious Evin Prison,
where thousands of political prisoners were executed in the bloody purges of the 1980s.
Ahmadinejad was involved in a series of assassinations in the Middle East and Europe, including the assassination of Iranian Kurdish leader Abdorrahman Qassemlou, who was shot dead by senior officers of the Revolutionary Guards in a Vienna flat in July 1989.
He was also involved in the assassination of Shapur Bakhtiar in Paris in August 1991.
Ahmadinejad was also a close associate of Hossein Sheikh-Attar, who was indicted by the French prosecutors investigating the murder of Bakhtiar.
Mullah's President-Select Terrorist, Torturer and Executioner Profile
THE murders started in the 1980s. Kazem Sami M.D., who was the first Iranian health minister after the 1979 Islamic revolution but fell out with the ayatollahs, was one of the first of dozens of dissidents to die. He was working in a Tehran clinic in November 1988 when an assailant posing as a patient stabbed him repeatedly.
The following July, three gunmen burst into a Vienna flat and opened fire on a meeting of Iranian Kurdish exiles. Among three people killed was Abdul Rahman Qassemlou, the leader of Kurdish opposition to the ayatollahs in Tehran. The murders have never been solved.
[The Sunday Times]
Mullahs Terrorist President-Select Worked For Iran's Eichmann
In 1981 he joined the forces of Assadollah Lajevardi, the Revolutionary Prosecutor in Evin Prison (Iran's Eichmann) who executed hundreds of [political] prisoners every night
How Many Political Prisoners Executed by Terrorist President-Select?
Ex-Hostages Say Iran's Mullahs President-Select a Captor
- "This is the guy. There's no question about it,"
- "You could make him a blond and shave his whiskers, put him in a zoot suit and I'd still spot him."
- "I can absolutely guarantee you he was not only one of the hostage-takers, he was present at my personal interrogation,"
- It's impossible to forget a guy like that,
- He was extremely cruel,
- start sending pieces — toes and fingers of my son — to my wife.
The West may at last see the unveiled face of the Iranian regime and begin acting accordingly.
[The Wall Street Journal]
President Bush Denounces Iran's Electoral
"Today, Iran is ruled by men who suppress liberty at home and spread terror across the world. Power is in the hands of
an unelected few who have retained power through an electoral process that ignores the basic requirements of
democracy." [President George W. Bush]
BOYCOTT = FREEDOM
Iranian People Are Demanding Peacefully For Last Time from MULLAHS Ruling Class, The Terror Masters & Their Thugs For Unconditional Peaceful
Surrender for Justice by Iranian people for crimes against humanity with International Observers as Guarantors for Fair treatment
Prince Reza Pahlavi: Boycott Iran's Sham Election "All we want is support for democratic ideals and the principles of human rights from the free nations of this world," said Pahlavi,
urging Western governments: "Don't cut a deal with our oppressor."
Rafsanjani is sometimes referred to as "moderate" or "pragmatic," but Pahlavi had a different assessment,
calling him the "most hated man in Iran and the most corrupt."
[Prince Reza Pahlavi - Paris (CNSNews.com) ]
The EU3 Blatant Disregard For Human Rights In Iran Fortunately the ordinary Iranian citizens are peace loving people and unlike the theocratic Iranian government have not engaged in terrorist acts.
The current mood in Iran is similar to volcano ready to explode. If and when this volcano explodes, then the lava will burn the EU interests and subjects.
I urge you to take the Iranian people’s side before it is too late! The Iranian Mullahs must be forced to free all political prisoners.
[Ramin Etebar, M.D.]
Ms. Homa Ehsan May 1 Speech Washington D.C. IOTM Conference "I speak of a nation that good thoughts, good deeds and good words by the order of their Ahuramazda religion seek to create beauty, joy and quest for discovering the secrets of universe has been their way of life. A people who ponder of love which encompasses affection, light and knowledge."
"It is disheartening for me to discuss Iranian human rights whom were the pioneers of first charter of human rights in the world. However it is encouraging that honorable human beings such as yourselves are concerned with the destiny of these fine people. "
[Translation By Ramin Etebar, M.D.]
Mullahs execute teenage demonstrators in
Ahwaz! "Fierce fighting has brought the province to a complete stand-still since
Friday, when State Security Forces (SSF) opened fire on a 3,000-strong
anti-government demonstration in the city of Ahwaz." [Iran Focus]
Zahra's Memory. In the meantime, activists, citizens of the world, the Iranian people and Zahra's son Stephan
will continue to fight for freedom!" [Blog Report!]
Expel IRI from the UN The United Nations is an organization which defends and protects the rights of the nations
using the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a metric by which it evaluates human rights
in the world. We find it surprising that the United Nations allows the membership and
participation of IRI, which violates the most basic rights of Iranian citizens and justifies
their criminal actions in its constitution. [Iranian Opposition Coalition]
Reza Pahlavi's Speech At Harvard Business
School Who will get to the finish line first? Will it be the opposition, today armed with a pragmatic solution
in the form of a referendum project which calls for the election of a constituent assembly charged with the
drafting of a new secular constitution based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, thus putting an
end to theocracy in favor of democracy, or, will it be the ruling clerics ultimately armed with nuclear
arsenal, thus blackmailing the rest of the free world? [rezapahlavi.org]
Earthquake Discussion There are so many earthquake zones in Iran, including the whole of Tehran, yet so little help is ever
provided by this Anti-Iran fascist regime.