Postcards from Iran-Must see! 11 replies

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Force Recon

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#1 12 years ago
czech speacial forces

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#2 12 years ago

just wait till war. they are fanatics that will die in a feutile fight agenst american troops.




masked_marsoe VIP Member

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#3 12 years ago
I first voted for Hashemi Rafsanjani, who had been Iran's president from 1989 until 1997. In the second round after hearing about Mr Ahmadinejad's policies to help the working class, I voted for him instead.

That says enough about Iran over other Middle Eastern countries to me.




Force Recon

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#4 12 years ago
they are fanatics that will die in a feutile fight agenst american troops.

I was being kind of sarcastic.hang on...

Hamid RezaBut now I feel if Mr Rafsanjani had come to power, things would have improved a little.

Mr Rafsanjani, in particular, would have been able to deal better with this nuclear crisis.

President Ahmadinejad is handling well the US aggression against Iran but he must be careful about the ideas he expresses in public.

We are a country still suffering from a war with Iraq which lasted more than seven years. We want to have nuclear energy but people don't want a war because of it.

We don't want the matter to be taken to UN Security Council and sanctions will only make the poor suffer more.

I hope the international community will make the right decision about Iran. When Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder and supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, said Israel should be wiped off the map, our circumstances were different.

It was just after the revolution and his comment was revolutionary rhetoric more than anything. But things are different now and President Ahmadinehad was wrong to repeat that comment.

His comments only led the world to think that we are a nation at war with everyone. Not all of us agree with his comments. We are a peaceful people.

I must say here that Mr Ahmadinejad has done a lot of good. He has his faults like everyone else but he also has a lot of good qualities. I would like to ask him to keep his promises to the Iranian people.




Locomotor

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#5 12 years ago

Wasn't one of the goals of a (possible) military strike against Iran to stir a revolution among the young majority? Not that that would necessarily work, or even happen, but I think our administration knows that the majority of Iranian's aren't behind Ahmedinejad.




Nostradamouse

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#6 12 years ago
LocomotorWasn't one of the goals of a (possible) military strike against Iran to stir a revolution among the young majority? Not that that would necessarily work, or even happen, but I think our administration knows that the majority of Iranian's aren't behind Ahmedinejad.

They know what happened with Gulf War 2 with the Shiites. They have been abandoned by the US troops, they got repressed brutally by Saddam. I don't think they follow the US for that kind of stuff. Gulf war 1= Iran Iraq war """ 2= Bush father war """ 3= well... If you dont know...




GOD111

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#7 12 years ago

The poor Iranian people are being brain washed:rolleyes:




Young_Pioneer

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#8 12 years ago
LocomotorWasn't one of the goals of a (possible) military strike against Iran to stir a revolution among the young majority? Not that that would necessarily work, or even happen, but I think our administration knows that the majority of Iranian's aren't behind Ahmedinejad.

The last Iranian revolution led by Ayatollah Khomeini was against the US-friendly monarchy of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi.

The USA tried to eliminate Khomeini by supporting Saddam Hussein who was attacking Iran. But Saddam Hussein did not succeed. So in 2003 the USA occupied Saddam Hussein's Iraq.

Do you really think that the Iranian population will support a US led invasion of Iran???




Nostradamouse

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#9 12 years ago

Don't forget who was before the Shah after WW2 and by who he got putshed. He was democratically elected. Now guess who did this vile attack towards democracy?

Spoiler: Show
Yea... CIA. ;)



Komrad_B

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#10 12 years ago

Huh the Shah wasn't democratically elected...




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