HUMAN first, then a proud IRANIAN

This blog represents the way I see some of the most significant events impacting the world and its citizens. This blog also represents how I react to the events as a member of humanity with a voice, a determined voice that insists to be heard. The voice of an Iranian who loves his country but his priority is humanity; humanity without border. I will say what I want to say, when I want to say it, and how I want to say it, but I will never lie. I will also listen; I promise.

January 29, 2009

Good for you Mr. Erdogan

...Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan stormed out of a debate on the Middle East at the World Economic Forum on Thursday, saying he might never return to the annual gathering of the rich and powerful....

...Turkey's state-run Anatolian news agency quoted Erdogan as saying to Peres Israeli President): "When it comes to killing you know very well how to kill. I know very well how you killed children on the beaches."...
I salute you for your courage Mr. Erdogan. Good for you and for Turkey!

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January 26, 2009

Children and grand children of "holocaust".

Even 60-minutes now has no choice but to admit.

No wonder why they are hated more and more everyday.

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Aid ad banned by the old fox

BBC (The British Broadcasting Corporation) whose dirty imperialistic propaganda traces are all over the world and in every big or small country, has now once again has shown its true ugly face by banning the airing of an aid ad that would request people's help to hundreds of thousands of civilians in Gaza who are in desperate need of help.



January 22, 2009

On the matter of criminal prosecution of Bush/Cheney gang

Great commentary by Keith Olbermann with regards to the need to prosecute Bush and his gang.

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January 21, 2009

Obama's Inauguration speech: Beautiful, but only time will tell if real

I read the transcript of Obama's Inauguration speech. Without agreeing with all of what he said, I see something different in it; something good, something humble, something that has no trace of the typical American arrogance in it and in short something beautiful. If he means what he says, and if he says what means, and most importantly, if he really attempts to act on what he says and if he is allowed to act on what he says, then this may really be a new era for the United States. I offer my sincere hopes and wishes for Obama's said intentions as a whole picture to become reality.

....To the people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters flow; to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds. And to those nations like ours that enjoy relative plenty, we say we can no longer afford indifference to suffering outside our borders; nor can we consume the world's resources without regard to effect. For the world has changed, and we must change with it....
This is absolutely beautuful, and if true, Obama will secure at least one person, me, as one of the United States' fans. Let's wait and Let's hope that he really means what he says. Here is the transcript of the speech.

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January 20, 2009

A "tribute" to George W. Bush

On the occasion of end of George Bush's administration, this is a simple "tribute" to him and his fellow war criminals:

F*ck you "sir", and f*ck your criminal/Zionist gang who should all be in jail right now for what they have done to millions of people around the world.

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January 17, 2009

Bringing Bush and Cheney to justice

Have the gutts Obama. Put the bastards on trial!



January 16, 2009

UK Jewish lawmaker: Israeli forces acting like Nazis

LONDON, England (CNN) -- Israeli military action in Gaza is comparable to that of German soldiers during the Holocaust, a Jewish UK lawmaker whose family suffered at the hands of the Nazis has claimed.

Gerald Kaufman, a member of the UK's ruling Labour Party, also called for an arms embargo on Israel, currently fighting militant Palestinian group Hamas, during the debate in the British parliament Thursday.

"My grandmother was ill in bed when the Nazis came to her home town of Staszow. A German soldier shot her dead in her bed," said Kaufman, who added that he had friends and family in Israel and had been there "more times than I can count."

"My grandmother did not die to provide cover for Israeli soldiers murdering Palestinian grandmothers in Gaza.".....

....He also accused the Israeli government of "ruthlessly and cynically exploiting the continuing guilt from gentiles over the slaughter of Jews in the Holocaust as justification for their murder of Palestinians."....

...Israel was born out of Jewish terrorism...
Well, he is not off at all!!!

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January 12, 2009

Jews against Israel



Israeli Hasbara Spam Alert

With Israel's foreign ministry organising volunteers to flood news websites with pro-Israeli comments, Propaganda 2.0 is here

Let's not let these cyber criminals succeed.

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January 10, 2009

Truth about Israel

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"Targetted" attacks

Girl killed, 49 burned after Israeli shelling

Targetted, yes! but the target? 1.5 million innocent people.

Israel is digging its own dirty grave; the more they kill, the faster they dig.



Kudos to you Mr. Galloway


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Voice of a decent Jew: Today I end my support of Israel

A bit late, but better than never!

Like davidminzer, I'm Jewish and descendant of holocaust survivors. Moreover, I've been a Zionist all of my life. I went to a Zionist school, I was active in Zionist youth groups. I've always been a fervent supporter of Israel as a refuge for Jews around the world who seek a place to exercise their traditions and embrace their identity in peace.

I sang the Israeli anthem in the train rails of Aushwitz-Birkenau and I pledged to fight every day of my life to make sure the savage crimes that had taken place there would never happen again. Every year I pledged: Never Again. Remember and Never forget.

Well, I haven't forgotten. And so to honor that pledge, to honor the memory of my family members who died in those death camps and because "there comes a time when silence is betrayal", today I finally and publicly end my support for the state of Israel......

......If they won't bat an eye before keeping millions without electricity or water, before bombing civilian neighborhoods at exactly the time when kids are leaving schools, before breaking every standard of international law or moral decency, Fuck them.

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January 09, 2009

killing teachings

I wonder what book he, the bastard in the photo, is reading and what is he learning from it; to know how to kill more efficiently?



January 08, 2009

Fucked up world: when the criminal state is portrayed as the victim

....Roughly 765 Palestinians and 13 Israelis, including 10 soldiers, have been killed since Israel began its military assault on Gaza on December 27... . CNN
Wow, 13 Israelis including 10 soldiers... .What a "bigger" disaster than what has happened to the Palestinians. After all only 257 of those Palestinians killed are children. UN reports. Only 257 2 and 3 year old terrorists.

Go figure! What a fucked up world we live in.

The UN Security council voted 14 in favour of an immediate Cease fire. The current US Secretary of States, Condeliza Rice who has proven that a woman too can be as criminal as a man, has abstained from voting.

And in Canada who is loosing its credibility by passing of every day when it comes to international peace making and peace keeping, in addition to Harper, the current shitty Prime Minister of Canada, the man who has a good Chance of becoming the Prime Minister of Canada, Michael Ignatief, is completely blaming Hamas and not even putting a bit of responsibility on Israel. These two of course are the ones who endorsed invasion of Iraq by the United States. What could be expected from them more than this. They've always been ass kissers and now are only keeping their tradition alive.

These double standards are registered in the history and the history will not be kind on these mother fuckers.

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...And 85% of Israelis support this?!

85% of Israelis support this?! That means 85% of Israelis are less than animals. I wonder what percentage , if any, of these animals suffered the holocaust!!! But if anybody who suffered the horrors of holocaust supports the crimes of the Israeli fascist military against defencless people, then s/he is less than animal, and perhaps deserved what s/he endoured during the holocaust. These animals are only digging their own graves. True decent holocaust survivors would speak up against these atrocities.

As much as it is difficlut to hate, it's not difficult to hate those who support Israel's actions. Not difficult at all. Here is one reason why!

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January 06, 2009

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Media Advisory

The Blame Game in Gaza
Erasing Israeli actions to fault only Hamas


The Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip that began in late December have reportedly killed over 500 Palestinians, many of them civilians and children. As is often the case, U.S. corporate media's presentation of the events leading up to this dramatic escalation in violence have laid the blame for the violence mostly with Hamas, whose rocket attacks on Israel are often cited as the cause for the current Israeli attacks.

In many media discussions about the events that led to the fighting, emphasis is placed on Hamas' decision in late December to allow a cease-fire agreement with Israel to expire, or the group's failure to adequately suppress rocket attacks into Israel during the cease-fire.

A USA Today timeline (1/5/09) explained, "In November, the truce frays as Hamas rockets continue to land in Israel, which closes several border crossings and kills militants building tunnels Hamas was using to smuggle weapons and other goods into Gaza." On NBC Nightly News (12/27/08), Martin Fletcher explained that "a six-month truce ended this week and Palestinians fired rockets into Israel, as many as 60 a day. Israeli leaders said enough is enough."

A Washington Post editorial (12/28/08) announced that Hamas "invited the conflict by ending a six-month-old ceasefire," while Post columnist Richard Cohen (1/6/09) was much blunter: "It took no genius to see the imminence of war. It takes real stupidity to blame it on Israel."

The Dallas Morning News (12/30/08) agreed emphatically in an editorial titled, "Blood on Hamas' Hands": "The pictures of the civilian victims of Israeli airstrikes--especially children--are heart-rending. But let's keep straight whose fault this tragedy is: Hamas, the fanatical Islamists who rule Gaza and who have used the land as a launching pad for firing rockets into Israel."

The New York Times' December 28 lead declared, "The Israeli Air Force on Saturday launched a massive attack on Hamas targets throughout Gaza in retaliation for the recent heavy rocket fire from the area." The next day, Times reporter Stephen Farrell asked (12/29/08), "Why did Hamas end its six-month cease-fire on December 19?" He argued that the "rejectionist credo" of Hamas made this step all but inevitable.

These accounts fail on several grounds. For starters, the cease-fire agreement from June through mid-December was credited by many for ratcheting down the violence--rocket fire into Israel dropped significantly and claimed no Israeli lives during the truce. (Prior to that, rocket and mortar attacks since the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza in late 2005 had killed 10 After the cease-fire expired, rocket attacks increased, though no Israelis were killed until after the Israeli attacks were launched; four have been killed since then (Agence France-Presse, 1/6/09).

Interestingly, as the truce expired, the New York Times published an article (12/19/08) that began with a typical corporate media formulation-- Palestinians are attacking, Israel is retaliating-- before noting that Hamas was "largely successful" in curtailing rocket fire into Israel: "Hamas imposed its will and even imprisoned some of those who were firing rockets. Israeli and United Nations figures show that while more than 300 rockets were fired into Israel in May, 10 to 20 were fired in July, depending on who was counting and whether mortar rounds were included. In August, 10 to 30 were fired, and in September, 5 to 10."

The Times article, by Ethan Bronner, noted that what Hamas expected in return from the Israelis never arrived:

But the goods shipments, while up some 25 to 30 percent and including a mix of more items, never began to approach what Hamas thought it was going to get: a return to the 500 to 600 truckloads delivered daily before the closing, including appliances, construction materials and other goods essential for life beyond mere survival. Instead, the number of trucks increased to around 90 from around 70.

Bronner also added that "Israeli forces continued to attack Hamas and other militants in the West Bank, prompting Palestinian militants in Gaza to fire rockets," which produced Hamas response attacks. The Times continued:

While this back-and-forth did not topple the agreement, Israel's decision in early November to destroy a tunnel Hamas had been digging near the border drove the cycle of violence to a much higher level. Israel says the tunnel could have been dug only for the purpose of trying to seize a soldier, like Cpl. Gilad Shalit, the Israeli held by Hamas for the past two and a half years. Israel's attack on the tunnel killed six Hamas militants, and each side has stepped up attacks since.

This straightforward recitation of events is rarely heard in much of the rest of the media coverage of the violence in Gaza--including in the Times, since Israel began its full-scale assault. But for many consumers of U.S. media, history is made irrelevant; a Time magazine piece (1/12/09) began:

Two sounds dominate the lives of Israelis living near Gaza: the wail of a siren and, 25 seconds later, the whistling screech of an incoming rocket fired by the Palestinian militant group Hamas. That gives Israeli families just enough time to dive for cover-even as they pray the rocket will miss.

At 11:30 a.m. on December 27, a new sound filled the azure Mediterranean sky: the rolling boom of Israeli bombs and missiles slamming into Gaza.

Israeli airstrikes in Gaza are anything but "new," but presenting them as such--and pairing that presentation with an Israeli family sheltered against an incoming Hamas rocket--gives a wildly misleading impression of a conflict where the deaths and suffering are overwhelmingly on the Palestinian side.

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January 05, 2009

Spitting on Israel and its supporters

As a human being, I will not forgive you Israel. I will not foegive you Bush/Cheney for supporting Israel.

One is not human if s/he looks at these photos and doesn't want to spit on Israel and its criminal supporters.

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