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Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
10-02-2011, 05:39 PM,
#16
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
(10-02-2011, 04:29 PM)Negentropic Wrote: Still willing to move to 'heroic' Iran to fight on their side and enjoy the great anti-Zionist Islamic utopia of Ahmedinejad's Khomeini regime just because he babbles a few truisms any retard with internet access should be aware of by now about 9/11 and the holohoax ? Be my guest.
LOL
I was never willing, and never implied that I was. And I didn't mention the Holocaust, I don't give a crap what they guy says on that, or on anything much else for that matter.

Armilus made the point.
"He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked." -- 1 John 2:6
"Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly... This is the interrelated structure of reality." -- Martin Luther King Jr.
"He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." -- Proverbs 18:13
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." -- Leo Tolstoy
"To love is to be vulnerable" -- C.S Lewis

The Kingdom of God is within you! -- Luke 17:20-21

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10-17-2011, 08:41 PM, (This post was last modified: 11-17-2012, 03:25 PM by Negentropic.)
#17
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
Quote:So, basically you are saying there are human right violations in Iran, and how it is far from perfect place to live in. Well, tell me something i don't know.

Biggest issue here is not Iran, but the fact cowards from the US and EU walked away when someone dared to speak against them selling out for Israel. Is this how diplomats should behave, by walking away? As i said, if the truth is on their side, they have nothing to fear.

'far from perfect' ? LOL

more like a hellhole.

During the Shah's time Iran was a great place to live. Just ask any Iranian living in the US or Europe that actually lived there at the time. Tens of thousands of westerners lived there of their own free will.

Let's see you move to this 'far from perfect' place and get 74 lashes when you open your mouth to criticize your hero:

Iranian lashed 74 times for 'insult' to Ahmadinejad


http://www.rferl.org/content/iranian_activist_lashed_for_insulting_president/24354115.html


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/09/iranian-lashed-insult-ahmadinejad


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or a haircut like this when you grow your hair too long:






or a public whipping when you protest your sister being taken away by the fashion police:





There is no US or EU as independent entities. All their private central banks are owned and operated by Jew bankers and Jew bankers created Israel in the first place. So when you talk about the U.S. or EU 'walked away' who are you really talking about?

Ahmedinejad didn't 'dare' anything. He's just a controlled opposition clown public relations man for the mullahs running the country going around being photographed growing tomatoes in his humble little house, driving a Peugeot (a French car? how is that anti-Western? he might as well be driving a Chevy) and not being ostentatious to show how anti-western he is.

Meanwhile, in a period of only 10 years, the U.S. gives 100 billion dollars to companies defying its official policy in Iran. But don't tell me, Ahmedinejad and the Mullahs had no idea that much business was being done in Iran, right? They say one thing and do the opposite. In the Soviet Union, basically a Jewish Bolshevik dictatorship funded from the West & supported by the West, they did the same thing. Yes, you read that right, that's 100 BILLION DOLLARS Iran has received from the US indirectly. And don't forget the point I made before that the governments in the U.S., EU and Israel are one and the same, they always work together because controlled by the same levers of power.

US Has Given Over $100 BILLION To Companies Defying Its Policy On Iran

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/06/us-has-given-over-100-bil_n_488787.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/07/world/middleeast/07sanctions.html?partner=rss&emc=rss


And don't forget that Iran supports the rebels against Quadaffi while 'condemning' the NATO bombings that have made the rebels victorious by already killing over 60,000 Libyans. Say what? So what are they saying? Don't do the job quickly by bombings but draw it out over many years? Maybe they'll draw it out over 10 years like their Iran-Iraq war and kill a million people. Who do they think is giving the 'rebels' their 'freedom'?

http://iranprimer.usip.org/blog/2011/apr/05/iran-backs-libyan-rebels-chastises-west-over-oil-bahrain


http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/tehranbureau/2011/08/iran-media-celebrates-libyan-rebels-victory-mashaei-death-threat.html

Iran and Ahmedinejad are full of shit, they've always been full of shit.


Tackling Iran's heroin habit

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/this_world/3791889.stm

Quote:The number of heroin addicts increased after the revolution... we never had that many junkies before

Mohammad, former drug addict

Iran faces up to its most lethal threat - drugs
One in 17 people are addicted,


Quote:Iran has the highest rate of heroin and opium addiction per head of population in the world, according to the UN: one in 17 is a regular user and 20% of the Iranian population aged 15-60 is involved in drug abuse
There are an estimated 500,000 drug dealers in Iran, circulating narcotics with an estimated street value of £1.7bn to £2.83bn
Drug abuse is the main factor behind 60% of divorces in Iran, according to a survey

Official government figures estimate that illegal drugs cost the Iranian economy £630m in 2004

More than 3,200 Iranian law enforcers have been killed in clashes with drug traffickers since 1979. In 2003, officers seized 220 tonnes of drugs, up 54% on the previous year.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2005/oct/27/iran.roberttait


Islamic Heroin Republic!











Sigheh or temporary marriages in Iran

http://islamic-forum.net/index.php?showtopic=5566
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10-18-2011, 06:19 PM,
#18
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
And who got these guys in power I wonder...oh yes, the Peoples Democratic Republic of Blahmerica (with a little help from the far from 'United' Kingdom).

Both are as bad as each other, the only difference is, Iran's crazy enough to allow it to be publicised and televised, others spend more time trying to stop such media attention.
"He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked." -- 1 John 2:6
"Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly... This is the interrelated structure of reality." -- Martin Luther King Jr.
"He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." -- Proverbs 18:13
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." -- Leo Tolstoy
"To love is to be vulnerable" -- C.S Lewis

The Kingdom of God is within you! -- Luke 17:20-21

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10-23-2011, 11:13 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-24-2011, 08:58 AM by Negentropic.)
#19
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
What the BANKERS/NATO don't want you to know about Gadaffi and Libya







Full Text of Gaddafi's Green Book:

http://911-truth.net/other-books/Muammar-Qaddafi-Green-Book-Eng.pdf

Add Ahmedinejad and the Iranians to the Bankers and NATO.

The Iranian hypocrites, while professing to be anti-Zionists, supported the so-called 'rebels' against Quadaffi. Can it be any more obvious how full of shit Ahmedinejad is? He and the rest of the Iranian leaders supported a straight out ousting of an anti-Rothschild leader backed by a majority of his own people who had benefited from his anti-Bankster, anti-NWO policies, dictator or not.

Libya under Quadaffi was doing great while fundamentalist Ahmedinejad's Islamic dictatorship, Iran, has more heroin and opium addicts than anywhere in the world, mass unemployment and non-stop double digit inflation for 30 straight years, all this despite 100 billion dollars given to Iran by the U.S. through companies defying its official policy. And who makes the profit through all those drug deals to all those millions of addicts, the easter bunny? Couldn't be any of those spotless and immaculate Mullah buddies of Ahmedinejad, could it? After all they're doing their best in the 'war on drugs' just like in the U.S., right?

Unless you do good by your own people and improve their condition, what difference does it make if you're anti-Zionist / anti-Bankster or not? If the result is the same: the misery and enslavement of your people and Dysgenics to the benefit of the NWO, then what difference does it make what you 'claim' to be? In Islamic Iran's case this claim is Anti-Zionist and Anti-Anti-Bankster (by supporting the rebels against Gadaffi) at the same time, a complete contradiction showing them up yet again for the fake controlled-opposition that they are. They might be three relays down the line but they respond to the same levers of power and are ultimately on the same leash.
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10-24-2011, 04:24 PM,
#20
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
(10-23-2011, 11:13 PM)Negentropic Wrote: Add Ahmedinejad and the Iranians to the Bankers and NATO.

I think in fact you can add most of the planet to that, not just Iran. This is about as silly a reason to attack Iran (in word or deed) as anything. There are far better example of actual crimes on Iran's part. But then, what's the point, your convinced that I think Iran is the best place on earth LOL
"He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked." -- 1 John 2:6
"Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly... This is the interrelated structure of reality." -- Martin Luther King Jr.
"He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." -- Proverbs 18:13
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." -- Leo Tolstoy
"To love is to be vulnerable" -- C.S Lewis

The Kingdom of God is within you! -- Luke 17:20-21

https://duckduckgo.com/
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10-26-2011, 09:12 AM,
#21
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
(10-24-2011, 04:24 PM)Dunamis Wrote:
(10-23-2011, 11:13 PM)Negentropic Wrote: Add Ahmedinejad and the Iranians to the Bankers and NATO.

I think in fact you can add most of the planet to that, not just Iran. This is about as silly a reason to attack Iran (in word or deed) as anything. There are far better example of actual crimes on Iran's part. But then, what's the point, your convinced that I think Iran is the best place on earth LOL


I'm not talking about individual crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic regime against its own people. An entire book's worth of that can be posted in no time. The point is the hypocrisy of the leaders and especially the 'long leash of controlled opposition' that always asserts itself through corruption whether or not direct buying of agents and puppets or freemasonic collusion can be proven outright.

This isn't the first time Iran has sided with the West.






Please make allowances for the Iranian video poster's bungling English and spelling but the video does make its point very well.

The whole point is that Ahmedinejad doesn't deserve his 'hero' status among so many otherwise level-headed people in the so-called half-truth movement, especially the anti-Zionist faction who tend to worship this guy. He's a front man, playing a role, doing what he's supposed to do to put the best face on the theocratic maggot usurpers of Iran who, anti-Zionist on the surface or not, questioning 9/11 or not, exposing the holycost or not, are certainly much worse for their own people than the Shah, Saddam or Gadhaffi ever were.

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10-27-2011, 12:37 AM,
#22
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
Hero? Now who's twisting the point?

Ahmedinejad, a hero LOL

He's about as heroic as us two sat here typing away LOL

Most of what else you've said is pretty much obvious to anyone with eyes. I think you may have lumped me in with others for my views on this piece alone and the fact that I voiced them.

This is a torrent comments thread btw, and so you really have taken things somewhat off topic to the extreme now. If you have no further comments about the content of the torrent, an appropriate thread would be much more applicable for the content you continue to post, maybe one with an appropriate thread title as well, so others know the discussion and don't overlook what they see as a torrent thread.
"He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked." -- 1 John 2:6
"Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly... This is the interrelated structure of reality." -- Martin Luther King Jr.
"He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." -- Proverbs 18:13
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself." -- Leo Tolstoy
"To love is to be vulnerable" -- C.S Lewis

The Kingdom of God is within you! -- Luke 17:20-21

https://duckduckgo.com/
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01-08-2012, 01:42 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-08-2012, 01:49 AM by Negentropic.)
#23
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
Iran clamps down on internet use

Restrictions on cybercafes and plans to launch national internet prompt fears users could be cut off from world wide web



http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jan/05/iran-clamps-down-internet-use



No Jew will corrupt our ideal Muslim nation with their filthy internet. Allah forbid the downfall of the number 1 drug addicted nation on the planet into filthy western decadence. We, the supreme leaders of our pure, Muslim nation of 30 year double-digit inflation and heroin and opium addicts, object to the filthy Western influence of the internet. DEATH TO THE INTERNET !! Long live the Islamic Black Crack resistance !!

Black Crack in Iran

http://www.limitemagazine.com/2010/12/guide-into-2011-literature/

Quote:The crack—a term used to describe many types of crystallized narcotics—currently flooding the streets of Tehran is different from that found in the West in a significant way: the “black crack” in Iran is made from heroin, not cocaine.



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01-08-2012, 11:39 AM,
#24
RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
Yes but Im sure the 'West' is behind the massive drug trade. A good way to de-stabilize the country.
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01-25-2012, 12:37 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-26-2012, 04:33 PM by Negentropic.)
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RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
(01-08-2012, 11:39 AM)nwo2012 Wrote: Yes but Im sure the 'West' is behind the massive drug trade. A good way to de-stabilize the country.

But, of course !

Pardon me, would you have any 'Black Crack?'

But of course !

Black Crack, one of life's finer pleasures, brought to you by the U.S. government to destablize that bastion of Islamic purity built by those heroic followers of the Ayatollah Khomeini's magnificent dictums. One toke of that Black Crack and you're hooked forever. No bearded Mullah or medieival Islamic law can ever bear any smidgen of responsiblity for the hopeless situation in their wonderful country that seems to just miraculously create so many delightful customers for that Black Crack, now can they?

Ask yourself this question: since the West has managed to 'de-stabilize' Iran with them heavy drugs so well, why won't they just blow and have it topple over like a house of cards? It couldn't be that much harder than Soviet Russia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, Libya. Hmm, it wouildn't have anything to do with the long leash of 'controlled opposition' now, would it ? Naaaah ! Who needs a manufactured Boogie-Man in this day and age? !

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Quote: Searching for my Iranian friend

I lived in Tehran Iran from 1972 - 1974. We lived a few blocks from the Tehran American school in a beautiful downstairs flat with a wonderful swimming pool in the back yard. Upstairs lived our landlords, the Hajivazedi family. There were three daughters, Nazrine, Sherine and Nusheen (or Nushine), the youngest of the three sisters..

Nushine was my age, pre teen. I recall she would go to school six days a week, Saturday through Thursday. She would leave for school early in the morning and return much later than I from school, then she had hours of homework. I recall feeling lucky on the one hand that I did not have such a rigorous school schedule, but I also felt a bit lazy because I did not have to commit so much of my time to school. She and her sisters appeared to be much more diciplined than myself and my sister.

In the summer we would enjoy dinner up on the roof which had a beautiful view of the Alburz Mountains north of Tehran. The roof was flat. We would spread persian carpets out and sit on them as we enjoyed a meal with our Iranian friends. We ate some wonderful food.

Every day my mother would send my sister and I to buy fresh naan just around the block. The naan bakery consisted of a room perhaps 12 x 12, with a table where a man sat and collected 5 rials for one loaf of bread. There was a hole in the wall where a hot rock oven baked the bread. Often times we would find small rocks stuck to the outside of the bread. We would pick them out and continue to enjoy our warm bread. The aroma of that bakery would pass by our house all day long, what a wonderful smell.

http://friedants.hubpages.com/hub/Searching-for-my-Iranian-friend--Nushine-Hajivazedi

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Nazrine's wedding day 1973


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Linette, Nusheen & Lois preparing for the wedding 1973


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Nusheen, Lois & Linette enjoying the pool Tehran 1973


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Ecstatic Iranian University Students in the Brilliant Digital Age of the Ahmedinejad / Ayatollah led last-bastion-of-NWO-resistance Future. All Hail, Suckers !

http://www.kavehfarrokh.com/iranica/pictures-of-iran/old-tehran-1960s-1970s-part-i/


Iranian University Students in the 1970s opressed into brutal submission by the Shah's Savak and the filthy pigs of the USA :

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http://www.kavehfarrokh.com/iranica/pictures-of-iran/old-tehran-1960s-1970s-part-i/




"WHEN WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED OUR COUP D'ETAT WE SHALL SAY THEN TO THE VARIOUS PEOPLES: "EVERYTHING HAS GONE TERRIBLY BADLY, ALL HAVE BEEN WORN OUT WITH SUFFERING. WE ARE DESTROYING THE CAUSES OF YOUR TORMENT - NATIONALITIES, FRONTIERS, DIFFERENCES OF COINAGES. YOU ARE AT LIBERTY, OF COURSE, TO PRONOUNCE SENTENCE UPON US, BUT CAN IT POSSIBLY BE A JUST ONE IF IT IS CONFIRMED BY YOU BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY TRIAL OF WHAT WE ARE OFFERING YOU." ... THEN WILL THE MOB EXALT US AND BEAR US UP IN THEIR HANDS IN A UNANIMOUS TRIUMPH OF HOPES AND EXPECTATIONS. VOTING, WHICH WE HAVE MADE THE INSTRUMENT WHICH WILL SET US ON THE THRONE OF THE WORLD BY TEACHING EVEN THE VERY SMALLEST UNITS OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RACE TO VOTE BY MEANS OF MEETINGS AND AGREEMENTS BY GROUPS, WILL THEN HAVE SERVED ITS PURPOSES AND WILL PLAY ITS PART THEN FOR THE LAST TIME BY A UNANIMITY OF DESIRE TO MAKE CLOSE ACQUAINTANCE WITH US BEFORE CONDEMNING US."

http://www.iamthewitness.com/Protocols-of-Zion.htm

http://www.youtube.com/user/PrometheanReachXVI#p/c/1A96E0F13DE0202A/1/XRlbvqJY4bI

http://johnfriendsblog.blogspot.com/

http://www.inconvenienthistory.com/index.php
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06-15-2012, 11:42 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-26-2012, 10:01 AM by Negentropic.)
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RE: Iran president Ahmadinejad at UN Sept. 2011
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/13/world/middleeast/single-women-gaining-limited-acceptance-in-iran.html?_r=1

Single Women Gaining Limited Acceptance in Iran

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"When my mother was young, finding a husband and having children was the only measurement of success. Now---at least to me---it is the least important factor." --- SHOUFOUKEH, a student who is planning to pursue her studies.


By THOMAS ERDBRINK
June 12, 2012

TEHRAN — When Shoukoufeh, an English literature student from a backwater town, set out to rent an apartment for herself here in the capital, she first stopped at a jewelry store and picked up a $5 wedding ring.

Accustomed to living with lies to navigate the etiquette of Iranian society, where women are traditionally expected to live with their parents or a husband, the 24-year-old would prominently flash her fake white-gold band to real estate agents and landlords who would otherwise be reluctant to lease an apartment to a single woman.

“To them and my neighbors, my roommate and I are two married women away from their husbands to pursue our studies,” she explained. “In reality, we are of course both single.”

There are no official statistics on the number of women living by themselves in big cities in Iran. But university professors, real estate agents, families and many young women all say that a phenomenon extremely rare just 10 years ago is becoming commonplace, propelled by a continuous wave of female students entering universities and a staggering rise in divorces.

The shift has left clerics and politicians struggling to deal with a generation of young women carving out independent lives in a tradition-bound society, away from the guidance of fathers and husbands. Desperate to stop the trend, the government introduced a campaign to promote quick and cheap marriages — but it backfired, experts said, by cheapening an institution deeply anchored in Iran’s ancient culture.

That has left the young women to develop strategies to fend for themselves in a society where social codes are often based on deep suspicion of female sexuality. Shoukoufeh, who would not give her full name for fear of losing her lease, said that prying eyes often peek through the cracks of doors whenever she walks down the hallway. But she said she draws strength from her parents, who support her choice to live alone.

“They know I want to be independent,” she said decisively. “They understand times have changed.”

In the not-so-distant past, single women had to endure severe social stigmatization, suspected of having loose morals or dismissed as spinsters who were failing to fulfill their role in life.

But that is changing in the big cities, in large part because of their sheer numbers, but also because of the prevalence of satellite television, social media and cheap foreign travel, many Iranians say, which have helped to change attitudes.

University enrollments have been rising strongly in Iran over the last decade, and women now account for nearly 60 percent of the total. Having raised their horizons in four years of college, many of these women have trouble finding husbands they consider their equals.

In the same period, divorces have increased by 135 percent, forcing society, if not its leaders, to begin to accept single women. “Many of my friends, especially those who came from small towns to study in Tehran, are living by themselves,” Shoukoufeh said. “For many girls of my age group, living single is the norm now.”
Big city life, with its opportunities and freedoms, has created new ambitions, she said, and allowed her and her friends to lead lives completely different from their parents’.

“When my mother was young, finding a husband and having children was the only measurement of success,” said Shoukoufeh, who is planning to leave Iran to pursue her studies. “Now — at least to me — it is the least important factor.”

Politicians and clerics are warning that an entire generation is growing up with values that are anathema to the traditional ones upheld by the state.

For those in power, who promote motherhood as a holy virtue, but also see higher education as a nationwide ambition, marriage is the only solution for the growing number of single women.

“Young people who are not married are nude, as marriage is like divine clothes to cover them,” a leading ayatollah, Kazem Saddighi, said last week in a sermon. He also urged all Iranians to have children and follow the example of the household of the Prophet Muhammad.

In Iran’s Shiite theocracy, Fatima Zahra, the daughter of the prophet and a widely admired saint, is a role model of womanhood. According to Islamic tenets, she was a mother and guardian of her family, but also politically active and ready to sacrifice herself for her husband, Ali, the founder of Shiism.

How Fatima’s actions are interpreted in modern times is up to the clerics. Yet, while there are many different religious interpretations of what she represents, it is clear that single womanhood is not among them.

Iranian society is still far from many Western countries, where marriage and motherhood are increasingly seen as optional. But to prevent a shift in that direction, Iran’s Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution, which sets out social policies, ordered in 2006 that marriage be made as cheap and easy as possible. A key objective set out then was to “reduce expectations and formalities” so that families are “encouraged to help their children to marry.”

Traditional wedding ceremonies are elaborate and expensive in Iran, often with a hefty dowry thrown in, all of which makes it hard for many singles — men or women — to marry even if they want to.

Promoting a quick-fix solution of its own, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s government organized mass weddings for students and for a while gave out cheap loans to young couples.

But state involvement in marriages seems so far to have been counterproductive, experts say.

“Instead of making marriage more attractive, they turned it into fast food,” said Mohammad Amin Ghaneirad, the head of the Iranian Sociological Association. “Because of this attitude, marriages are dissolved as easily as they are solemnized.”

In the past, divorced women were condemned to lives of solitude, hidden away in their childhood bedrooms at their parents’ houses, where society expected them to remain for the rest of their lives.

But the enormous increase in broken marriages, combined with the higher wages that come with a university degree, is allowing many women to redefine success. Increasingly their parents agree.

“To my surprise, my parents also wanted me to live by myself,” said Nazanin, 35. Her above-average income as a manager of a cosmetics company allowed her to rent an apartment after she left her husband because of his drug addiction.

“I strongly believe in God,” she said. “He wanted this for me. My single life is so much better.”

At her work everybody is divorced, said Nazanin, who did not want her family name mentioned for reasons of privacy. She recently moved into a new apartment building where everybody is over 30 and single.

“Society has no option but to accept us,” she said. “I hope the state will follow.”

Somaye Malekian contributed reporting.



The name "Iran", which in Persian means "Land of the Aryans", has been in use natively since the Sassanian era. It came into use internationally in 1935, before which the country was known to the Western world as Persia


Looks like what Evola said about European and American culture in 1943, now also, thanks to the infiltration of western great-satan technology (note the photo of the girl with the laptop computer, the medium is the message), not too bizarrely applies to educated women (and I'm sure also plenty of non-conformist men) in the medieval Islamic democratic theocracy of Iran and Ahmedinajacket and the rest of his Ayatollah cronies can't do Ahmedinajackshit about it. They certainly can't force educated women able to earn their own livelihood to stay miserably married to some abusive douchebag sanctioned by the state.


"One who is still an 'Aryan' spirit in a large European or American city, with its skyscrapers and asphalt, with its politics and sport, with its crowds who dance and shout, with its exponents of secular culture and of soulless science and so on—among all this he may feel himself more alone and detached and nomad than he would have done in the time of the Buddha, in conditions of physical isolation and of actual wandering. The greatest difficulty, in this respect, lies in giving this sense of internal isolation, which today may occur to many almost spontaneously, a positive, full, simple, and transparent character, with elimination of all traces of aridity, melancholy, discord, or anxiety. Solitude should not be a burden, something that is suffered, that is borne involuntarily, or in which refuge is taken by force of circumstances, but rather, a natural, simple, and free disposition, in a text we read: "Solitude is called wisdom [ekattam monam akkhatarin], he who is alone will find that he is happy"; it is an accentuated version of "beata solitudo, sofa beatitudo." -- Julius Evola, The Doctrine of Awakening, 1943, p. 103


"The paradox of liberation is that in order to preserve freedom and to struggle for it, one must in a sense be already free, having freedom within oneself" Nikolai Berdyaev



"To be governed is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be governed is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished.

It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest (that we are) drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed; then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harassed, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored.

That is government; that is its justice; that is its morality." ~ Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865), quoted from "What is Government ?"




"The new media are not bridges between man and nature; they are nature." Marshall McLuhan - 1969 -- "Essential McLuhan" Routledge 1997 ISBN 0-415-16245-9 page 272.


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Iranian Kool-Aid ad from the 1960s

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Nestle Cerelac milk food - 1970s Iranian Ad

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Countess 2000 anti-perspirant ad 1974

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"Nivea tooth paste: Seekers finders. After a long search I have finally found my ideal tooth paste and I am happy to have healthy and beautiful teeth. You should also try Nivea tooth paste." Published in Ettela'at, December 27, 1954.

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Iranian Ad for Haliborange "fish oil and citrus juice". 1950s?

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Javaanaan-e Rastaakhiz magazine, 27 Bahman 2536, 16 February 1978.

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Ad in Zan-e Rooz magazine, 24 Tir 2537, August 15 1978

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Ad for German-made Felina bras, mid 1970s.

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Deoderant spray for men, mid 1970s.

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This is an ad from the 1970s purchased by a number of U.S. power companies using the Shah's nuclear power program to convince Americans of the necessity and safety of nuclear energy. How times change.

Many more vintage Iranian ads over here:

http://www.iranian.com/Pictory/ads.html





Uploaded by peacedragon12 on Jun 29, 2007

"I met these young Iranian Metal enthusiasts at a public park in the mountains above Tehran. My friend Jesse and I talk with them about religion, music and culture. Even though there was quite a bit of a language barrier, we had fun relating to each other. I liked these guys. Before I started filming they were playing some favorite songs for me through their mp3 players."






Uploaded by peacedragon12 on Jun 29, 2007
"I noticed a group of young people and got one of our translators to help facilitate a dialog. Though we didn't understand most of what the other was saying, we all felt connected to each other through the laughter. This is the extended cut from a shorter clip that I took from the end with their message of oneness. I did later get a better translation from some of my Iranian viewers about what was being said."





Uploaded by peacedragon12 on Jun 29, 2007

"This clip is a good example of the kind of interactions we had with Iranian people throughout our two week tour. People were very warm and open to us, and there was always a feeling of heart connection. I was really touched by this little boy."


Don't Tell My Mother i'm in Iran




Uploaded by arashy1981 on Mar 29, 2011
"Host Diego Buñuel (grandson of legendary surrealist cinema filmmaker, Luis Buñuel) goes on a behind-the-scenes journey through regions with bad reputations."

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Luis Bunuel with grandson Diego


"Fortunately, somewhere between chance and mystery lies imagination, the only thing that protects our freedom, despite the fact that people keep trying to reduce it or kill it off altogether." ~ Luis Bunuel


"Imagination is intelligence with an erection." - Victor Hugo


“If you were to ask me if I'd ever had the bad luck to miss my daily cocktail, I'd have to say that I doubt it; where certain things are concerned, I plan ahead.” - Luis Bunuel

“Salvador Dali seduced many ladies, particularly American ladies, but these seductions usually consisted of stripping them naked in his apartment, frying a couple of eggs, putting them on the woman's shoulders and, without a word, showing them the door.” -- Luis Bunuel

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Salvador Dalí, Moreno Villa, Luis Buñuel, García Lorca, Jose Rubio Sacristan.



“I'm still an atheist, thank God” -- Luis Bunuel


“In the name of Hippocrates, doctors have invented the most exquisite form of torture ever known to man: survival.” - Luis Bunuel


“If someone were to tell me I had twenty years left, and ask me how I'd like to spend them, I'd reply 'Give me two hours a day of activity, and I'll take the other twenty-two in dreams.'” - Luis Bunuel

“In any society, the artist has a responsibility. His effectiveness is certainly limited and a painter or writer cannot change the world. But they can keep an essential margin of non-conformity alive. Thanks to them the powerful can never affirm that everyone agrees with their acts. That small difference is important.” -- Luis Bunuel





Quote:Tehran

Updated: 16/12/2007

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 4.5



Legislation: Iran has a very interesting policy towards buds - planting marijuana is legal if planted for food purposes because in Iran Iranians still eat the seeds just like sunflower seeds, and there are also companies in tehran that draw the oil from the seed and sell it legally.

The punishment for possesion of marijuana is a fine of Iranian Rials 10000 (US $1.25)for every gram in your possesion and as long as you have less than 10-15 grams they will not even hassle you. Please always use common sense and caution and remember a smile is better than a frown.


Law Enforcement: Police would be no bother if you don't act silly. If you are a foreigner then for sure you\'ll face no problems at all, but if you are caught a few dollars will solve the problem.




Smoking it though is technically illegal but enforcement is next to nothing. You can walk anywhere in Iran and puff away and no one will have any idea that you are smoking weed. Most people here smoke hash or opium so smoking weed is considered as OK.



Where to buy Marijuana in Iran: Hash is found every where. In parks or street anywhere you see a group of youngsters smoking or talking, don\'t hesitate ask them and at least they'll know somewhere near for getting hash. Getting weed needs contacts. Dealers are mostly working in western parts of the city. Walking around markets and streets in western parts you can ask young people with the rap style or long hairs like hippies for sure they'll have the dealers telephone number and will help you out. If you are lucky and get to the right person you'll get some of the best stuff you've ever smoked.




Marijuana prices and Brands in Iran : Marijuana Prices

1. Indica Variety High Potency 2-3 Dollars per gram
2. Sativa Variety High Potency 3 Dollars per gram
3. Indica Variey Low Potency 1-2 Dollars per gram



In Iran people smoke more Hash than Marijuana but that trend seems to be changing as better weed enters the market.

Hash Prices

1. Afghani 2 Dollars per gram
2. Pakistani 2 Dollars per gram


and also: "About 3-4$ per gram for weed. 1/4 ounce pack for about 15$. 1/2 ounce 30$.
Hash prices are a little cheaper. 1$ per gram."


Country: Iran


http://www.webehigh.com/city/detail.php?CITYID=Tehran


It's a good thing that no one bothers people in Iran for smoking weed in public because how else, but with lots of laughter, would you be able to deal with the daily chaos and absurdities of life documented in these videos :


crazy intersection of complete anarchy in Tehran





tehran traffic - absolute free-for-all insanity -






Driving in Tehran – Jomhoori-Hafez Cross -





Crossing the street in Tehran, Iran -






Horrific Traffic Tehran Iran - and remember the light is red ! (not that anyone even bothers to stop for a red light there)





Game of Frogger - Crossing the streets in Tehran -









legal organ sales in Iran/



Although they work more than 10 hours a day, Iranians sell their organs in order to have a so called "normal life".
Part of this video is from "Iran Kidney Sale" by BBC 2


Desperate to pay off their debts, they go and sell their organs though they don't even get paid more than 500 to to a 1000 dollars and often have to wait many months after the operation to get the money


Videos like this coming out of Iran also beg the eternal question:


who the hell lets the British Bullshit Corporation and other film-makers' cameras into these organ-sales clinics and other places to make these journalistic reports that, true or not, can so obviously serve as negative propaganda against the Islamic regime ?


All they have to do is post a couple of guards in front of the clinics and no cameras would be let in, and few negative images of desperate, miserable people selling body parts would be posted on you tube or shown by the BBC and yet, SOMEBODY in the upper ranks of the Iranian government decided that it's just fine to have this negative propaganda filmed in Iran, inside these clinics and then aired in the West.


I'm sure it could not possibly have been anyone connected with the 'honorable' Mr Mahmood Ahmedinejad himself.


Granted that all he has to do to be 'honorable' in the eyes of so many Ry-Dawson type Anti-Zios is not support Libya, not support the Afghans, not support the shiites in Iraq, not support Syria's Assad, not support any Moslems at all outside of Iran, but just to say: We support the plight of the Palestinians, Zionists and American douchebags go fuck yourselves, we'll do all the fucking in our own country, thank you very much, bring on the 100 billion dollars:


US Has Given Over $100 BILLION To Companies Defying Its Policy On Iran

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/06...88787.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/07/world/...ss&emc=rss



We'll create the Islamic fundamentalist banking economic miracle:


30 years of double digit inflation, mass unemployment, mass drug addiction and consequent ecstatic Islamic joy !


Quote:The Iranian inflation rate has always been in double digits and sometimes as high as 25%.

http://www.ameinfo.com/159701.html

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSL2037673520080324


http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig6/sennholz6.html

Inflation Is Theft

by Hans F. Sennholz

Many people know how to earn money, but few are aware of what the Federal Reserve System, acting on behalf of the U.S. Government, is doing to their money. It is inflating and depreciating the dollar at various rates – at double-digit rates during the 1970s and early 80s and at single-digit rates ever since. The present dollar is worth no more than 10 cents of the 1970 dollar and 50 cents of the 1980 dollar.



and while women get arrested by the fashion police for wearing flashy shoes and poor people in debt, working 10 hours a day have to sell their organs to who-knows-who for five hunred to a thousand dollars and wait four months to get the money to survive


a minority of fat-cat rich Iranian citizens of the 'honorable' Ahmedinejad's regime


register themselves 186,000 dollar Ferraris






and other fancy western cars of non-satanic, humble origin all over Iran
















but let's never forget:

Ahmedinejad drives a 'Peugeot' & grows zucchini & tomatoes in his backyard, that's all that matters, said Pavlov to his little doggies:









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The court of Khosrow II in the early 7th century AD. From left to right – Guiw Nobleman, Queen Shireen, Khosrow II “Parveez” and the legendary Sassanian general from Armenia, Smbat Bagratuni. The latter defeated a massive Turco-Hun force from Central Asia in 619 AD – he then drove the remnants of the invaders back into the depths of Central Asia. Bagratuni achieved this success just as General Shahrbaraz was invading Egypt in that same year (619 AD) (for more information consult: pp. 255-257, Farrokh, -سایههای صحرا-Shadows in the Desert: Ancient Persia at War-Персы: Армия великих царей, 2007; pp.53-54, Farrokh, Elite Sassanina Cavalry, 2005). Picture source: Farrokh, Plate G, -اسواران ساسانی- Elite Sassanian cavalry, 2005.


http://www.kavehfarrokh.com/books/shadows-in-the-desert-ancient-persia-at-war/

http://www.kavehfarrokh.com/books/elite-sassanian-cavalry/


“The authority of the State can never be an end in itself; for, if that were so, any kind of tyranny would be inviolable and sacred. If a government uses the instruments of power in its hands for the purpose of leading a people to ruin, then rebellion is not only the right but also the duty of every individual citizen.”
~Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf




Shah of Iran on the Jewish Lobby - 35 Yrs ago




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kySR3fpa5s

Shah Of Iran Criticizing Britain




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imil1iIpIYA

You've read all of Ahmedinejad's public rhetoric, now why don't you read some quotes from the Shah :

http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Muhammad_Reza_Pahlavi

Here are a few choice ones:

"A crown, a throne could not be based on the not too very solid foundation of blood.
Who are they to try me? They should be tried first. [They are] people who are rejecting the United Nations resolutions, who are rejecting the Hague Court resolution, who are rejecting the world public opinion, who have no respect for any international law, and who are massacring people, executing people, just imprisoning thousands and thousands and thousands without any reasons. Who is going to try them?

It's always a tendency to compare our country in my time to the most perfect democracies of the world. I don't mind that. But now, what we hear is "oh let's try to understand these people, after all, Islam is something special" when what they are doing is absolutely contrary to Islam. Now, everybody is trying to say "well, let's try to understand these people", these people who are killing, massacring others, the people they don't like just like flies. But in my case it is to compare it to the most perfect government of the world.

You think that Mr Khomeini, [an] uneducated person ... could have planned all this? Masterminded all this, set up all the organization? I know that one man alone could not have done it ... I know that a tremendous amount of money was spent ... I know that top experts in propaganda were used to show us like tyrants and monsters, and the other side as democratic liberal revolutionaries who want to save the country."
~David Frost (January 1980), The Shah Speaks (video)


"Nixon has the audacity to tell me to do nothing in the interest of my country until he dictactes where that interest lies. At the same time he threatens me that failure to follow his so-called advice will be to jeopardize the special relations between our two countries. I say to hell with such special relations. " --As quoted in Asadollah Alam (1991), The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran's Royal Court, 1968-77, page 278


"We were wrong to believe that the British are our friends. You are obsessed solely with yout own selfish interests and treat us as a people beyond the pale. But your attitude is a matter of profound disinterest. Your democratic system has already erupted into chaos. We shall soon overtake you and in a decade you will be struggling in our wake. Perhaps then you will remember how you treated us." ~ As quoted in Asadollah Alam (1991), The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran's Royal Court, 1968-77, page 236

"Thank God we in Iran have neither the desire nor the need to suffer from democracy." ~As quoted in Asadollah Alam (1991), The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran's Royal Court, 1968-77, page 233

"If [the British] have the fucking audacity to advise me ever again, I shall fuck them so rigid that they'll think twice before crossing my path in future." ~ As quoted in Asadollah Alam (1991), The Shah and I: The Confidential Diary of Iran's Royal Court, 1968-77, page 173-4


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Ricefoot's The Real Truth Behind The Illusion Of 9/11

http://vimeo.com/30094696

The Key - Collin Alexander

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rml2TL5N8ds&

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon (Full Movie) -

http://krishnatube.com/video/490/A-Funny-Thing-Happened-on-the-way-to-the-Moon

Deanna Spingola Interview with Bart Sibrel of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon"

http://k004.kiwi6.com/hotlink/403ze98ykc/spingola_20120316.mp3

Astronauts Gone Wild -

http://vimeo.com/24508433

Last Days of the Big Lie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7tHB8tD34s

September Clues

http://www.septemberclues.info

Interview with Simon Shack of September Clues - Brian S Staveley, Justin Cooke - 04 / 08 / 2012

http://www.therealnewsonline.com/uploads/6/5/2/9/6529494/4-8-12.mp3

Introductory Tour Guide to the September Clues research by Simon Shack - (updated on July 18 2011)

http://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=477

Fairly Comprehensive Audio on All Aspects of the Likely 'How' of the 9-11 Psy-Op - 03 / 18 / 2012 - Brian S Staveley, Justin Cooke

http://www.therealnewsonline.com/uploads/6/5/2/9/6529494/__3-18-12_rnr_911_special_4.5_hrs_part_2_final.mp3


Michael Tsarion Archives

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1A96E0F13DE0202A&feature=plcp

Terence McKenna Archives

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9047054DC9FEBC85&feature=plcp


John Friend's Blog

http://johnfriendsblog.blogspot.com/


Mami - Freedom Monkey Radio Commercial Free Archives

http://grizzom.blogspot.com/
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