Friday, May 02, 2008

Tabriz for the Persian Gulf

This is the genuine Azarabadegan, the land of Atropates, the protecter of fire, and these are the sons and daughters of Babak, this is the cradle of the Iranian constitutional revolution. For generation after generation, Iran's Azeris have and will protect the territorial integrity of a united Iran. Tens of thousands of Tabrizis join protests to show that despite the ruling clerics lack of enthusiasm in protecting the name of the Persian Gulf and their sell out of our legitimate rights in the Caspian Sea, Azeris will be at the forefront of the Iranian nationalism and represent the aspirations of our people for a union of Iranian plateau and the Iranian people.











9 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful. Brought tears to my eyes.
Thanks for sharing.

Winston said...

great post...

Goshtasp said...

The crowds in Tabriz have been estimated at over 100000

Winston said...

Link to your interview with FPM

Anonymous said...

The only two words that can describe that interview (on a website that actually has a link called "jihad watch") are hot and garbage; but you have to use them together. For instance: Azarmehr, that interview was hot garbage.

And as to the original post; who cares about what the Persian Gulf is called. This argument has been around for decades, and quite frankly, the Shah put it to rest in an interview with Mike Wallace in the 70s.

Azarmehr said...

Lol! 'Who cares about what the Persian Gulf is called'

I suppose next you will say who cares about what Iran is called, lets call it Islamistan or Arabestan :)))

Winston said...

Hey, Potkin, seems the duchebags have had a field day here. LOL

barmakid said...

Just to set the record strait, the above post by anonymous was me (I accidentally posted as anonymous). I'm sorry, it's just that I was on an all-night jihad watch and was quit tired; it's tough battling those evil Islamists:)

barmakid said...

Btw, that pic of you on FPM is awesome. You look like a Hamas bodyguard; or if it makes you feel better: you look like a SAVAK agent.