Monday, March 10, 2008

Life in the Islamic Republic

This clip posted by Kamangir shows the infringement on personal liberties and unnecessary humiliation Iranians face on a daily basis. The boy has done nothing wrong other than to have a hair style that the authorities don't like. This sort of thing never gets reported by the correspondents but thanks to youtube, perhaps the "useful idiots" can now get a glimpse of what goes on in an Iran run by Ayatollahs.


Anonymous said...

What will our revenge be like when the IRI falls?

Anonymous said...

This is sadism masquerading as public policy. These monsters are obviously taking a genuine sexual joy out of humiliating this poor man.

Marg bar jomhuriye eslami!

To anonymous - "Revenge is a dish best served cold." Imagine IDF commandos motherfucking these cocksuckers.

Winston said...

I just don't know what that depressing music has to do with the video? couldn't they just upload a regular shot without any sort of mourning theme?....

Anonymous said...


saggezard said...

The likes of Ebrahim Yazdi (he is really from Ghazvin) are the cause of this, all those who aided the materialization of the current situation in Iran are the traitors who must be brought to justice.

Just wanted to give you the heads up that Ebrahim Yazd will be at Columbia University at a forum called: US-Iranian Relations since 1953 and Prospects for the Post-Bush Era on March 28, 2008 from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT, I believe we should ask for an open forum, my question is the demand for justice against all those who suffered at the hand of the regime, I wander what Ebrahim Yazdi has to say about that? I can imagine it is going to be: forget about it.

Read more about the Columbia meeting at: and

Anonymous said...

Hey, come on. It's not the cops' fault that they couldn't find scissors.

Winston said...

مرگ بر جمهوری نحس اسلامی

Azarmehr said...


I was really in two minds about publishing your comment, at the end I published it just so that I can make a reply to you.

You do not make an iota of change by using language like that. What possible positive impact do you think your comment will have at all?

Considering that you are not even revealing who you are, for all I know you may even be an Islamic Republic supporter. One thing is for sure, if you are not brave enough to reveal your identity outside Iran, you can not be taken that seriously.

Sohrab said...

The emotional responses are understandable. But "revenge" and "motherfucking these cocksuckers" should not be our watchword - rather, we need to bring more and more people to our side by proposing and promoting our alternative vision of a democratic and free Iran.

Anonymous said...


Siavash is obviously too young or too ignorant to think critically. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.

And you must be an Iranian Jew if you're talking about the IDF getting revenge. I gotta say though, I don't know if they'll have the energy left to "motherfuck" the mullahs since they are using it all to "motherfuck" innocent Palestinians.

I spit on the IDF.

Anyways, that video is nothing new. But that kid handled it well. It used to make me sad when I saw things like that, but not so much anymore. If anything, I feel more angry.


p.s. Saggezard, if you have a question you would like to ask Mr. Yazdi, let me know. I can make sure it gets asked. But it has to be a good question.

saggezard said...

Thanks Barmakid for the offer, I look forward to his answer.

My question is: Whether looking in retrospect Dr. Ebrahim Yazdi thinks the revolution was worth it? Was it wise in the turmoil leading to the Islamic revolution, not to take on the Shah's public offer to reform to correct the mistakes of the time, rather than go through uncharted territory, which led to so much blood shed and pain at the expense of the Iranian nation? Was it worth it? What did the Iran gain?

Azarmehr said...

My questions are many:

- how come he is not active against the monster that he created - IRI - as he was active against the Shah, if he says he is critical of the regime?

- How has he and the other Nehzat Azadi members acquired so much wealth in the Islamic Republic?

_ He is always outspoken against America, yet every time he needs medical treatment, he goes to US?

- In the West when a politician makes a big mistake, he is often forced to resign or retire. Yazdi's actions have led to the biggest tragedy in Iran's recent history, isn't it time he shut up?

- Is it true that he made the family of Peyman Piran, come to his weekly Koran classes in promise of helping them financially, but then he refused, saying they are not good Muslims?

Actually I am glad I am not going to be there, because I would have probably punched that vile traitor so hard that he would never see daylight again.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm...I'm going to have to do some research on this Yazdi character, because, admittedly, I don't really know anything about him. Maybe you can inform me? But please, without bias:)

Then maybe we can formulate a pointed question that he won't just be able to glibly talk around. If you've ever been in these forums, they don't let you follow up your question, even if the person is negligent in his/her answer.

May I suggest a video conference between us? I understand Saggezard might have some qualms with that, but what about you Azarmehr? Wouldn't that be cool? Who knows what kind of opposition movement could evolve from this conference. It's exactly what the Cubans are doing, and it has yielded some results. Research it; they are in a very similar situation as Iranians.

I have some ideas that might interest you guys. I know we can disagree quite a bit, but we DO have common interests. After all, the Mujahideen and the Mullahs worked together initially :)


Azarmehr said...

Dont have a problem with that. Your email doesn't work any more however!

Azarmehr said...


My emails to you still return with error.

Anonymous said...


It would be nice if you add ahmadinejad's speech befor election to this video clip.
then people undrestand when this guy can lie easily for this simple issue, definietley can lie for nuclear issue easier and that's what they call it TAGHIYE.

Azarmehr said...

I have done that before in this post:

and here is the youtube link again:

Where Ahmadi-nejad before became president states in an interview how benath a government it is to worry about a youngster's hairstyle and humiliate people's personal choices in public.

Anonymous said...

This is a fake video, made by MKO. Since when you have become an MKO fan?