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FREE IRAN FROM RELIGIOUS DICTATORSHIP
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Assamite36 Featured By Owner May 15, 2005
Tic-tac-toe.

Once again, I must say that the Revolution must come from WITHIN. Also, did you know that Afghanistan and Iraq aren't as free as you think?

Only from an INTERNAL revolution can Iran truly be free.
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HeBReWReVoLuTioN Featured By Owner May 15, 2005
I keep saying an internal revolution is the way to go, and peopel in other countries should urge Iranians to act on that.
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e-Phoenix Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005
there goes again blabbin bout iran's freedom..
iran should be free by its own people..not by any foregin force..
anyway, what i see is only them moaning & weeping over their iran & doing absoloutly nothin..
how many musical concerts there have been to raise funds for bam's earthquake?!
& now that so called shohre aghdashloo is playing as a mid eastern terrorist in "24" series, though she refused that before..
when it comes to money, forget about iran!


ps, im not a shah lover nor akhonds lol!

slainte;
el.
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e-Phoenix Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005
there goes again blabbin bout iran's freedom..
iran should be free by its own people..not by any foregin force..
anyway, what i see is only them moaning & weeping over their iran & doind absoloutly nothin..
how many musical concerts there have been to raise funds for bam's earthquake?!
& now that so called shohre aghdashloo is playing as a mid eastern terrorist in "24" series, though she refused that before..
when it comes to money, forget about iran!


ps, im not a shah lover nor akhonds lol!

slainte;
el.
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HeBReWReVoLuTioN Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2005
::slap::

Read my essays to get an idea from where my motivation comes before you try to glorify yourself by walking all over the integrity of 70 million people.
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e-Phoenix Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2005
wohoo! no need to be aggressive mister!!
& im not intending to glorify my self , certainly not to walkin all over the integrity of my people..
not all jews like israels actions, some are extremely against, that doesnt mean that they are walking over the integrity of all jews, does it?

after all, every one has his opinion, that's what makes humans different than animals!!

cheers :D
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justrezza Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005
I don't get what the extra borders are? Freeing Iran from theocracy is one thing, invading Iran's previous territory is entirely another.

I hope this isn't a referance to going back to "our glorious past" buddy, because that's one of the most dangerous notions cooked up nationalists, and it can cause the absolute degeneration of the nation should it be embraced by the general populace.

Come to think of it, it alread has.... we're doomed.
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HeBReWReVoLuTioN Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2005
Huh? No. I made this a while back. It shows Afghanistan and Iraq already freed from oppression in blue and white, peace. Iran is in black and red still under the grips of a vile bloody dictatorship.
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justrezza Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2005
Okay, that makes a lot more sense. I guess I'm just so sick of those Iranians who are trying to bring us closer to our glorious past (Hakhamanesh era) I'm becoming too cynical.

I don't get it. I thought you supported John Kerry. how can you be against Bush, yet support the wars being fought in the middle east.
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HeBReWReVoLuTioN Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2005
On the principles of human rights, I do not oppose the destruction of the Taliban, nor do I resent the destruction of the Iraqi Baathists. They were both fascist regimes that terrorized their people. I have serious gripes with Bush's overall approach to these conflicts and his own motives are suspect - especially with Iraq. The US should have poured more into Afghanistan well before going into Iraq. Afghanistan's only definitely stable city is Kabul while the rest of the country is prone to attack by fascist rebels. Plus, Bush has allowed the drug trade to open up in Afghanistan again, creating a host of new problems for Eurasia.

Secondly, the entire fact we focused on Baghdad instead of Tehran is still perplexing. Iran has been and still is a bigger threat to every country in that region and the world entirely. It is the crossroad amongst the former Soviet Union, the Far East, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. It has been trying to export its theocratic revolution for 25 years, supports international terrorism, and has enormous influence in Afghanistan and Iraq. Plus, the democratic-supporting students are more open and resent the government in Iran. Supporting a solidarity movement to topple the regime, similar to the one Khomeini started against the Shah, could and will happen again. In such an event, the US would not even have to use the military, free 70 million people, and create a new democratic influence in the region. It would have applied additional pressure on Saddam Hussein, and perhaps have even aided an invasion by the US, limiting the American military's role and probably allowing Shia and Kurdish rebels to take most of the country.

As you can see, I think Bush is a moron and simply may have ulterior motives. he will not do the best thing for people - and as evident by his handling of Iraq, he will create more chaos wherever he treads. Afghanistan is not stable, neither is Iraq.

Sorry if I sounded angry :-)
SHaLoM
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jmsnooks Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2004  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thats a little bold but I suppose I agree with you.
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