Friday, January 29, 2010

An excellent CBC documentry about when Shah depart from Iran

check it out...Déjà vu? I hope what we have now end in prosperity...

execution of two young people for being against I.R.

According to news two young people have been executed by hanging in Tehran. It is extremely sad to see people getting killed for their opinions:(

This song dedicated to all who suffer or suffred.

Momma take this badge off of me
I can't use it anymore
It's getting dark, too dark to see
Feel I'm knockin' on heaven's door

Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door

Momma put my guns in the ground
I can't shoot them anymore
That long black cloud is coming down
I Feel like I'm knockin' on heaven's door

Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door
Knock knock knockin' on heaven's door

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Divide and conqure!

Not that I am against critics or writing anything against each other. Contrary, I feel we people have to criticize in order to find the best solution.
Apparently, JARAS website has published a critic of website in which Balatarin is referred to as website run with certain people and with closed access to those certain people.
In addition, we see Mr. Karoubi, one of the oppositions leaders interview has been magnified as speech in which Mr. A.N government has been accepted as legitimate government in Iran.
 I think all these scenarios are there, so they can introduce crack into Green movement of Iran. 
The good part is, when people show those in power that those are whom to decide not based on leaders that may be there one day, the other may not be there!

Monday, January 18, 2010


Greatness comes in any form! perhaps the most greatness is what we refer to as thought!
just a thought!

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Monogamy and polygamy vs Bachalor!!!

Yop, you guessed it right.
I was on couch flipping through the channels on the TV, after watching Iran's program by Rick Steves at PBS channel, I came across a great program which I have not seen for a while!

The bachelor! The very heart breaking, dazzling program on abc known as the bachelor!
who says that Haram, the place that Arab kings were used to keep their women is outdated and out of fashion! They should have a look at this lovely, beautiful program called bachelor. 25 women and a guy! not bad, or better not bad at all!

Those who are into monogamy, I have a news for you those days are totally outdated. This good looking guy gets to spend about a months with 25 beautiful women who fights for him, reminds you of Haram place! yop!
Quite rich and educated program. As every show on TV replicas and promotes, individuals should fight for everything they have eye for! either for a guy or a girl or group of them together!!

I really liked the vicious attitude these girls expose and indicate towards one another delivering the fact that all wanted to be THE ONE. The one who is picked by the guy from the so called HARAM, opps sorry for using the right word! It seems right from the beginning they showed each would go beyond what extend to get the Bachelor!!
looking forward for very productive, full of cat's fight, mew, bathtube, passinate kisses,  naked women 9not the guys of course) episodes of THE BACHELOR! HAHAHA

p.s. I loved the comment by one of the girls: - I have not much of boobs, it makes me little down here, so I can see other girls with huge boobs [camera zooms on the big breasts of the other girls] rubbing it in my face (southern accent) !
[May I ask they would come and rub it on my face [comment of the author:), I will not be jealous I promise!]

Some more comments: one of the girls: Jacob body is solid! wowo
I wonder in such reach cultural value to find a partner, why the hell men should want someone with brain. boobs talks!

The bacholer comment: I really had great conversation, [the girls reads of a paper saying what values she feels she has, no conversation to my understanding!!], and after that [the girl] kissed me! very sweet!!!  

Thursday, January 07, 2010

what next: Time to move on for Iranian Protesters...

1. I was reading the answers of Mr. Mousavi's (the Iranian opposition leader in Iran) responses to the questions of Ayatollah Nouri Hamedani. One of the main questions of Ayatollah it is that why Mr. Mousavi did not condemn the slogan people have chanted like: no to Palestinian, No to Ghazeh, only Iranian republic.
His responses made me to wonder if Mousavi's leadership is even relevant for the time being.

I think people have shown maturity that requires them to move on from current status quo of leadership.
I simply think people have decided they no longer need theological government as sort that enters to their everyday life and wants to intrude and decide what they should and they should not to do even if that is technically morality.

So, it is the time for Iranian People to show their maturity and move beyond all outdated leadership that is stack to 1979 revolution area. Iranian people with so much learning they have done for the past few months using internet as tool to facilitate mass media and information crossing, must move on and pick their own destiny beyond what has been dictated to them.

Friday, January 01, 2010

Mousavi a leader with character!

1. First of all, Happy 2010. may this year bring health and prosperity to all, especially for Iranian people, bring freedom from suppressive religious regime!
2. Today, I read about Mousavi's solutions
to solve current unrest in Iran. BBC (link provided) title says Mousavi is ready to die for reforms.
what striked me about his current stand is how a person can get changed throughout years to become a
leader with character and determination.
So, it is truth that leaders rise in any required situations. Perhaps 2 years ago no one would have believed he could have such a come back.
drawing a conclusion from this situation, no matter how old or how we have behaved things can be fixed if we make proper decisions.