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Ahreeman: Why Federalism for Iran?

Postby yaninikolai » Mon Mar 09, 2009 9:48 am

Hi Ahreeman long time no speak!

After re-reading many of your articles I just wanted to ask you.......
How do you answer to those who say Federalism for Iran is wrong?

I have heard people recently coming out with comments such as "Iran has to many ethnic groups, they will start getting greedy and become separatists, if Iran goes Federal". What is your answer to these people?

Thank you

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Postby yaninikolai » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:16 am

Also Ahreeman, can I get some confirmation regarding a statement, which I have never come across in any History book on Iran.

I have also come across a statement claiming that the downfall of the Hakhmanesh was due to federalism and ethnic groups that couldn't collaborate with the head of state. Is this true?
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Postby Ahreeman X » Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:44 am

Aryan:

Good to see you young Grasshopper! How are you and what’s up? I thought you moved to Katmandu!

You bring up the most important and interesting subjects for discussion! As a matter of fact it is in my bag of tricks to soon write a vast research about the “History of Federalism in Iran”.

Let’s face it, the only people who are against Federalism in Iran are Muslim and Monarchists. Both of these groups are believers in outdated and dead ideologies. The first ones are ruling Iran now and the second ones used to rule Iran before 1979. They both insist on Centralism because this is the only way that they can control, oppress and rule over the people. They get their power by absolute divine control from Allah.

Centralism in Iran was created by Islam. Iranian Traditional Colonial Monarchy was created by Safavids. Monarchy and Shiite go hand in hand.

On the other hand, in Federalism, the central government gets their power from the people. The people have the power who runs the states and the states in combination are the backbones of the nation.

In a Federal System, people rule the government not vice versa! Government is the servant of the people. In an Islamic regime or a Monarchy, it is vice versa!

In Islam, Imam rules over the people.
In Monarchy, Shah rules over the people.
In a Federal System, people rule over the Government.

Iran is not a nation of unified race, culture, ethnicities, religions and languages. Iran is not Germany or Japan. Iran in reality is not a nation, but she is an Empire of multi cultures, races, religions and ethnicities. Such country can only survive as a unified empire, by granting rights to her minorities and many cultures.

In a Federal System, the only factor which unifies the nation is Federalism and internal autonomy of states. The nation does not get unified by a Shah or an Imam! This is a joke and cartoonish! This is unscientific and humorous! This is illogical!

In a federal system, each state has absolute autonomy except for the matters of National Security (Military), Foreign Policy (Diplomacy) and National Trades (Federal Economy). Every other aspect of state governments are ran by the people of that state.

Fact:

The most glorious era in history of Iran was the Achaemenid Empire who was the sole superpower on Earth. After Achaemenids, no other dynasty or regime or system could ever match their glory. In Achaemenid’s era, Iran ruled the world! How was that? Federalism is the key word.

Achaemenid Empire was a Federal Empire. The states (Khashtarahs) even had internal military, economy and semi foreign policy control. However, all the states were under the absolute supervision and orders of Persepolis. This is how the Founding Fathers Cyrus and Darius designed the Iranian system.

The reason for collapse of Achaemenids where many such as corruption, economical, brutal force of Alexander, savagery of Greeks, internal chaos, treason and betrayal, political divisions, etc., but never the Federalism!

Federalism was what kept Iran great. Islam is Centralism and invented Centralism in Iran. Centralism is what we had in Pahlavi Era and what we have today in IRI. In both regimes, minorities would separate if they were allowed. Hypothetically, if tomorrow you hold a referendum, Kurdistan, Azerbaijan, Baluchistan, Turkmenistan, Khuzestan, etc. will all separate from Iran! Everyone hates Central system. No one likes to be oppressed by Tehran. People want their own independence and autonomy.

Why would we want to make the minorities to hate us by centralism?
Why would we want to force the minorities to stick with us?

Why don’t we win the hearts of the minorities?
Why don’t we respect the minorities’ humanities?

Iran is an Empire of many cultures, languages, religions and ethnicities. The only solution to keep this empire united is Federalism which means Equal Rights for All.

To force this empire united by the power of a Shah or Imam leads in catastrophe. This is what happened in 1979 and this is what will happen to IRI in the future.

Pahlaviists (Today’s Monarchists) and Islamists (Today’s Hezbollah) are a bunch of backward, fanatical dead worshipers with limited intellectual capabilities and narrow global visions. They can’t see beyond the tips of their noses and their little Herds and Tribes. They still live in the 7th century or 1970s. Their ideologies are flawed, illogical and corrupt.

Iranians said no to Monarchy on 1978 and they have politically destroyed Monarchy.

I, on the other hand, have philosophically and logically destroyed Monarchy over here and everyone with brains are well aware of it:

Monarchy or Republic?
http://www.iranpoliticsclub.net/club/vi ... .php?t=199

Over here we have proven that scientifically Islam is flawed, therefore an Islamic political, economical and judicial system will not work in Iran:

IPC Website
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/

So those with logic can judge for themselves that Monarchy and Islam are elements of the past and they will play no part in the future political evolution of Iran.

On the other hand, the fanatics, the dogmatists and the Reactionary are destined to stick with the elements of the past rather than grasping the obvious future. You can’t logic with dogma! You can’t logic with Monarchists and Muslim.

2500 years ago Cyrus and Darius understood Federalism. Xerxes grasped the wisdom of the fathers and he established the largest Empire in history of Iran.

Mohamad Reza Pahlavi was ignorant of Federalism. This is why he Fragged Iran on 1979 and handed it to Muslim. In returns, Imams are also ignorant of Federalism and they will bring Iran to the edge of destruction and separatism. Mark my word.

Monarchy and Islam are both garbage and done with.

The Future is the Government of People for the People and by the People.
The Future is A Free, Democratic, Secular Federal Republic of Iran.
The Future is a Scientific and a Logical Regime in Iran.
The Future is Equal Rights for All.

Keep an eye for my upcoming article:

History of Federalism in Iran.

Amen!

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Postby yaninikolai » Fri Mar 13, 2009 12:27 am

That pretty much answered my questions my friend, thank you.

Well... you definitely have a good memory, I am still going to Kathmandu

but I decided to start a Post-Graduate course and boost my chances of

better prospects for the future first. I am now doing an MBA in International

Management. One of the major benefits is that through it I have had to improve

my English and standard of essays. That book you recommended to me has

been the answer to my prayers, I do not know what I would have done

with out it.

I was also going to ask, I remember reading one of your articles regarding your

opinion on Mossadeq, by which you referred to him as a "selfish old man". May

I ask your full opinion on this matter.


Thank you and kind regards,

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Postby Ahreeman X » Fri Mar 13, 2009 12:17 pm

Greetings Young Grasshopper:

“That pretty much answered my questions my friend, thank you.”


You are welcomed. Anytime …

“Well... you definitely have a good memory,”


Ahreemanic Digital Memory indeed. Ahreeman never forgets and never forgives …

“I am still going to Kathmandu “


Shangri-La

A trip to Katmandu is necessary for your spirit and soul. It will revive, rejuvenate and recharge your psyche and soul. It is the ultimate inspiration point in isolated corner of Himalayas. The amazing glory of this place cannot be fit in to words. It is a Shargri-La!

This poem of mine defines the desired and ideal living environment and state of mind as Shangri-La. In this poem, metaphorically I designed the future of Iran as Shangri-La. I was inspired by Katmandu and Tibetan Utopia, as I wrote this poem.

Shangri-LA
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/poetry/Shangri-La/index.htm

Yin and Yang

To have a healthy mind, you need a healthy body. Yin and Yang must be equal. If you noticed, the Favicon (little IPC icon in your top browser navigation bar and URL address) is Yin Yang.

Yin and Yang must have a balance. This is Nietzsche, beyond Good and Evil. This is Kung Fu. This is the fundamental philosophy of Kung Fu, Martial Arts, Zoroastrianism and Nietzsche. There must be a balance of Good and Evil in your body and soul to complete you or else you will not be in the clear. This is what Faravahar means!

Persian Mythology
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/culture-lan ... /index.htm

To gain absolute “Clear”, control of your soul, state of peace, state of clarity, state of serenity, most important the “Homeostasis”, you must seek the perfect “Inspiration Point” to meditate, gather your thoughts, review your life and actions. On the mountain range of Himalayas in Katmandu, you will find what you are looking for. Damavand Mountain Range in Iran has also beautiful inspiration points.

When you will sit squat cross-legged (Buddha, Yoga or Persian Sitting Style) on top of a massive rock in Himalayas (like you sit on the side of a traditional Persian Sofreh on the floor to eat), and put your hands together under your chin in a prayer motion, close your eyes and practically your spirit transports your soul out of your body, flying around Himalayas, breathing the fresh clean mountain air and state of absolute silence …… you will have your out of body experience in your state of absolute “Homeostasis”. You will find peace and after this experience, you will be “In The Clear”. You can meditate for hours at a time using Tai Chi slow motions or just squatting, sitting cross-legged, or sitting parallel-legged on the mountain tops. You will become one with your soul.

This will be an experience of a lifetime. At that moment you will think of what I am telling you right now and you will tell yourself: “Ahreeman is Wise”!

It is essential for you to go to Katmandu, it is a soul pilgrimage to a Shangri-La.

Idiots (Muslim) go to Mecca for pilgrimage.
Philosophers, Martial Artists, and Ubermensch (Supermen) go to Katmandu for pilgrimage.


When on top of that rock starring at the world below, speak a “Good Word” for me and have me in your thoughts. This would be refreshing for my soul, even though I shall be absent from this experience.

To build your body and mind and to prepare both for our future “Nationalist Revolution” of Iran, you must self educate your mind and self build your body. This is your mission. No one will help you in this mission but some will inspire you through this mission. I will be one of those inspirations. Grasp the inspiration and use it wisely to balance your Yin and Yang and achieve absolute Homeostasis to become in “The Clear”.

Your Sacred Mission

You and others like you are the future of our movement. You are the future of IPC and Iran. You have a mission and this mission is sacred. Without this Mission, your life means nothing and it is worthless. You will be just another Iranian Young Cattle amongst the herd of the Cabaret, Disco and Concert Scene in London or LA. You will be just another Ant in the Ant Aquarium, not knowing who you are and why you are here! Another Iranian degenerate with the identity problem:

Why Iran is a Mess (Psychology of the youth)?
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/club/viewtopic.php?t=1492

Who are You?

Always remember:

There are those who make things happen.
There are those who watch things happen.
There are those who don’t know what has happened!


Which one are you?

On top of Himalayas, think about everything that we talked before and everything that we are talking about right now.

“but I decided to start a Post-Graduate course and boost my chances of
better prospects for the future first. I am now doing an MBA in International
Management. “


Good move. Education is power of the mind. Education first.

“One of the major benefits is that through it I have had to improve
my English and standard of essays.”


Yes indeed.

“That book you recommended to me has
been the answer to my prayers; I do not know what I would have done
without it.”


That book saved many people’s lives including myself. Actually I should post it in the IPC Bookstore for all to read.

That book is specifically made for someone like you who will be one of the upcoming star authors of IPC to enlighten the youth.

Avoid Grammar, spelling and punctuation errors. You had a few over here! Run spell checks in MS word and avoid just posting rhetorics without reading them first, to make sure they are error free. Avoid being another illiterate Iranian youth!

As I told you before: You want to be an author? Read and practice what the book says. Only then, you will be good enough to write in IPC. I am counting on you and looking forward for your future articles and books.

“I was also going to ask, I remember reading one of your articles regarding your opinion on Mossadeq, by which you referred to him as a "selfish old man". May I ask your full opinion on this matter?”


On Mossadeq and Jebhe Meli

That would require a book! Again you bring up the most interesting subjects out of the shade and in to the IPC Spotlight!

Correction from Ahreemanic Digital Memory:

I mostly called Mossadeq an “Arrogant and Selfish Old Fool” not a “Selfish Old Man”! You are being too kind on Mossadeq (unlike me)!

When it comes to False Heroes and Empty Legends, Mossadeq comes nothing short of Mohamad Reza Pahlavi. One group of Brain Drained Gusaleh (Monarchists) worship the second and the other group of Brain Drained Gusaleh (Jebheis) worship the first! Iranian Gav O Guspandan are always in need of worshiping a hero but being a nobody themselves! Robots they are, cattle from the various herds they are. They follow the false legends to give meaning to their empty lives!

Mossadeq and Jebhe Meli could make Iran Heaven by Reforming The Imperial Regime from the within because the Imperial Regime was reformable. Instead, throughout the history, Jebhe Meli and its leaders: Mossadeq, Sanjabi, Bazargan, Forouhar, Boroumand, Varjavand, other Dayus chose another path!

This path was to opportunistically share power with the dictators (Tudehi Comrade Chairmen or Shah or Imam) as needed for their own desires to gain power and wealth. In addition, they never helped to truly reform the reformable Imperial Regime, instead they done their best to destroy it and create chaos in Iran for their own glory. Ironically, these same cockroaches (Jebheis) tried to reform the unreformable IRI from the within and under the framework of the Islamic constitution!

Mossadeq is the one who started this opportunistic self serving political machine (Jebhe Meli) who betrayed Iran and Iranians for decades! Treason after treason and after another treason. The list goes on, leaders change but Jebheis are the ultimate Low Lives of the Iranian politics without any dignity or principles. They will sell their mothers for $ 5. Let me try to explain who Jebheis are. How should I put it in to words? It’s hard but let me try:

Jebhei = The Ultimate Iranian Khar Kosdeh Vatan Foroush dar Tarikh-e Iran

Difference between Monarchists and Jebheis?

Monarchists are intellectually inferior and fanatically backward Neanderthals.
But
Mossadeqists (Jebheis) are Self Serving, Power Hungry, Opportunistic Snakes of the Iranian politics.

In other words:

Monarchists are idiots.
But
Mossadeqists are Cleaver Snakes!

They will back stab you without hesitation! Madar Qahbegi is their motto! No one can top Jebheis is Madar Qahbegi and Vatan Foroushi!

In the future, I will vastly write articles about this self serving, narrow minded old fool Mossadeq, who many historically ignorant Iranians worship him as a Hero of Democracy, but for now be satisfied to read these pieces to get more enlightened about Mossadeq:

Sammeh Qod (Stubborn Poison) Real Mohamad Mossadeq (Mayaazaar)
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/Sam ... /index.htm

Dialogue of Admzad and AX: Jebhe Meli Exposed!
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/dialogues/AZ-AX/index.htm

Mossadeq was planning to kick Shah out, end Monarchy, but not turning Iran in to a Democracy but a Nationalist Dictatorship. He was an arrogant and selfish old fool. Most Iranian youth are too historically illiterate to know the true Mossadeq, and Jebheis are too criminals to even speak the truth about Mossadeq!

Jebhe Meli is an exclusive club for wanna be in-tell-egg-chew-alls. They would run Iran the same that they ran their Internet Forum (before your time), a perfect Dictatorship. It is a good thing that they never gained power (except those 2 days of Mossadeq’s rule)!

A Fundamental Question?

Let me ask you a question:

How can a Movement (Jebhe Meli) be so criminal and treacherous throughout the history, but its founder, and head guru (Mossadeq) be an infallible holy man?

This is contradictory!
After all, garbage produces garbage, no?
It is only logical!

“Thank you and kind regards,

Aryan”


You are welcomed.

Remember a few points:

Whatever the public believes and preaches is always far from reality, simply because the public by majority are not intellectuals, logical and most important, historians!

Don’t hesitate to shoot anymore questions.

Now,

Is the Missus from Katmandu?
Are you going to continue for PhD after the Masters?
How are your studies coming along?
How is your Self Education coming along?
How are your Writing skills coming along?
How is life and marriage?

Healthy Mind Comes in a Healthy Body.
Balance your Yin and Yang.
Always Expect the Unexpected.


Later Young Grasshopper

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Postby Ahreeman X » Fri Mar 13, 2009 2:35 pm

Attachment to my last post about Mohamad Mossadeq

Read this:

History of Iranian Nazi Movement
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/nazis1/index.htm

I write a little bit about Mossadeq’s history of opportunism.

When it suited him, he was:

A Constitutional Monarchist
A National Islamist (Meli Mazhabi)
A Socialist Leftist
A Democratic Republican

He ate the bread by the price of the day (Persian Expression). In nature, the same as Shah, he was a Muslim. If you go to Iran and visit his shrine (mausoleum), you will see a picture of Ali on the wall and a Quran on his tomb.

Without noticing the amount of power he had, he wanted to face off with Britain, USA and Monarchy! Eventually he was planning to become a Fuhrer. If succeeded, he would establish the same situation as Monarchy, but milder and in the name of a Republic!

Jebhe Meli would rule Iran and Mossadeq would become the Fuhrer. On the other hand, he was blind to see the power of the Tudeh Party. Communists would swallow Iran, Jebhe and Mossadeq in one shot!

Any way you look at it, it was a lose lose situation.

However in earlier years, I used to defend 28 Mordad because I believed Marxists and Soviets would kick Mossadeq out and take over Iran.

Today I believe 28 Mordad was not so good after all! I would cheer for Mossadeq to overthrow Shah! Do you know why? 2 possible conditions:

a) Mossadeq would establish a Democratic Republic.
b) Marxists would rule


In both conditions, Iranians would be much more educated to allow Islam to take over in 1979!

Get my drift?

So maybe 28 Mordad was not so good after all!

Stay tuned for my upcoming article about Mossadeq, the real story!

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Postby yaninikolai » Tue Mar 17, 2009 3:22 pm

Hello Sensai ;)

Sorry it took some time to write back, I have been very busy with assignments lately.

Regarding *SHANGRI-LA*


Does this imply that you may be irreligious, but yet you may still have a spiritual side?


Regarding *Ying and Yang*

Does this imply that for one to have a balance of good and evil, one must therefore perform evil acts as well as good ones?


Regarding *Persian Mythology*


I would have said a good word about you anyway, I will let you know when I am going before I go.........By the way........ Thank you Sensai ;) For your wise words of course.


Your Sacred Mission

The problem with many Iranian youths is that they are all in inherited talk, by that I mean they are virtually human dictaphones of their parents. In reality they barely know of Iran's rich culture and heritage, and with that bare no real nationalism but rather hollow patriotism. To them politics and Iran's affairs bore them and it doesn't interest them. So long as they go to their concerts, wear their football jerseys and smoke their Shishas; they are happy to call themselves Iranian. The problem in my opinion is that if everyone were to think this way (not that the majority do not already) our future is doomed.


Is the Missus from Katmandu?
Are you going to continue for PhD after the Masters?
How are your studies coming along?
How is your Self Education coming along?
How are your Writing skills coming along?
How is life and marriage


1. She sure is, so I shouldn't really have a problem with the language barrier once I'm there.
2. I have been thinking about it, but still its in the air.
3. It couldn't be going any better. I feel personally that I have made a lot of progress in the past six months, even looking back at my older material now makes me cringe.
4. That book you recommended to me has been amazing. Thanks to that I haven't received a single grade under a B.
5. To be honest with you my friend.............. I couldn't be happier[/quote]

Kind Regards


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Postby Ahreeman X » Sun Mar 29, 2009 11:58 am

Top of the morning to you Young Grasshopper:

Do you see how one thing relates and leads to another? Federalism, Politics, and now philosophy?!

On Good and Evil

You must look at this philosophical issue from the proper angle. Forget the existence of Good and Evil as they taught you in the Bible School. Holy Books are basically rubbish and written for inferior minds. There is no absolute good and absolute evil. Every element has a good and evil in it. The combination of two, makes the element. Try to think beyond Good and Evil. Good and Evil are products of Story Books (Holly Books) made for adults!

Anything good is not necessarily beneficial for you.
Anything evil is not necessarily bad for you.
There must be a balance.

To balance the good and evil, it does not mean for you to go and commit evil acts! But it means that when someone slaps you on the right cheek; do not turn your left cheek to him to slap the Shiite out of it too! Don’t follow Jesus’ example. He was a wimp and a pussy, that’s why Romans crucified him!

When someone slaps your left cheek, turn around and punch the Shiite out of them! Keep on punching until the poor bastard is knocked out cold! This is necessary evil. If you do not do this, then the balance breaks and you will not be in the clear; therefore, everyone pisses all over you! Do you get the drift?

You must do good to those who do good to you.
You must do evil to those who do evil to you.

You must create a balance between the two. Above is a simple example, but in life, there comes times that you must make important decisions and sometimes you are not comfortable with these decisions, but they are the logical ones.

The point is that you must make the logical decisions based on logic. Good and Evil do not exist. They are fragments of religious imaginative minds!

There is no such thing as good or evil. Any element has the combination of two. When the balance is lost, then the Catholic priest bones the choir boys! Let me put it this way:

If there is any evil in the world, then it is the Church, Mosque, Synagogue and Temple.
If there is a God, then he surely is not worth worshiping, just take a good look at the world!

So my point is that you must think, decide and act based upon logic, not based upon good or evil, simply because good and evil do not exist!

This is Nietzsche, True Zoroastrianism (not hypocrisy of the Fire Temples and Mubeds)

On Spiritualism

About Spiritualism, have in mind that the spiritual world is beyond hideous Earthly religions. God, Prophets, Religions and all are basically garbage.

When I say Spiritualism, I am talking about the fundamentals of the powers which runs all universes. The inner and outer powers amongst the matters, energies and spirits. The essence of what this universe is made of. We are parts which are connected to the Whole wither the Dark Side or the Light Side of the Force and Inner Galactic and Universal forces.

When I speak of spirituality, I am talking about inner and outer forces between the matters, energies and spirits. I am not talking about God, Prophets and Religions.

You can be spiritual and moral, but not religious.

The fundamentals of our universe and all universes are way beyond these simplistic cheesy concepts of God and Religions. The God and Religions are for inferior minds.

Review:

The Alien Factor
http://www.iranpoliticsclub.net/club/vi ... .php?t=381

and read my articles in the:

IPC Philosophy
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/philosophy/index.htm

to better grasp the concepts.

What you are asking me is due to the basic and simplistic thought patterns which inputted in your brain since childhood by the Church and Society. You must change your thought patterns,

Let me give you a metaphor.

Tell them there is no God.
A religious person right away asks you: Then who created all this?

You see, in a religious mind when there is a creation, then there must be a creator!
Religious mind cannot comprehend that everything existing today, has been existing forever, yet in various shapes and forms and they have been evolved to the present point! No one created everything! It is in fact the most stupid belief to believe that a guy sits up there in the sky named God and created everything in 6 days!

So when I speak of Spiritualism, I am speaking of:

a) Spiritualism in Martial Arts (Kung Fu)
b) Spiritualism in fundamentals of the universe
c) Spiritualism in essence of Morality


These have nothing to do with God, Religions and Con Artist Prophets like Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, Bahaullah and other charlatans.

When it comes to philosophy, 2 persons never claimed that they were prophets. Zoroastra and Buddha. That is why I call them philosophers and poets but not prophets. That is why I respect them. The organized religions of Zoroastrianism and Buddhism established after them are frauds created by the hierarchy and bureaucracy of the Buddhist Temples and the Zoroastrian Fire Temples which has nothing to do with the original teachings of Buddha and Zoroastra.

My spiritualism partly comes from original thesis of Buddha (Kung Fu) and Zoroastra (Avesta and Gatha). The rest is garbage.

On The Mission

The mission is set. We do not change our mission to Iran, because majority of the Iranians are presently in to opium, vodka and orgies rather than Nationalism! We do not change our mission because the majority of the Iranian youth are presently shaking their asses with the 6/8 stupid Persian beat in cabarets and discos and listening to Bache Kunis and Gay Boys Rising Stars of Los Angeles! We do not change our mission because the majority are lost, confused, stupid, shallow, ignorant and weak.

Pacifism, Gayshess, Ignorance, Shallowness, mind inferiority and Cow-like lifestyle of the majority of Iranians will not change our mission. In opposite, we are the ones who will eventually change their lifestyle, their thought patterns and future of Iran. We change the future system; therefore, to establish a new order and a meaningful system to base the Iran of future upon it.

The majority are cows? So what? So we have to become Cows? Or we have to give up? Hell no!

We don’t follow. We destroy the present social norms and build the future in depth system.

We are not part of the present Tabloid readers, Hip Hop listeners and Ass Shakers of Iranian Cabarets and Discotheques. We have a higher mission. We are building the tomorrow’s mindsets.

We can’t get disappointed because majority are addicts to nicotine, alcohol and drugs! We can’t get disappointed because the majority are cattle controlled by their fads of the day, shallow social standards and cheesy Iranian media.

We do not get disappointed, but we get more motivated to force a change upon the society for the better. Why you ask?

Because we are Supermen, superior minds and Critical Thinkers of this lost tribe. Simple as that.

Great to hear everything is working well with you. Remember me in Shangri-La Katmandu.

You bring up the most interesting subjects.
So do you now have a better concept and understanding of the above issues which you brought up?

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Postby yaninikolai » Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:49 am

Yes of course, in fact your writings have opened my eyes tremendously

There is another question I would like to ask you, a little off topic but nevertheless I am interested to see your views and opinion on the matter.

What do you think of conspiracy theorists (i.e. those who criticize the "Jewish lobby") on the matter of 9/11, Israel, Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran, which somehow interlink?
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Postby Ahreeman X » Tue Apr 07, 2009 2:28 am

Young Grasshopper :martist: :

What do you think of conspiracy theorists (i.e. those who criticize the "Jewish lobby") on the matter of 9/11, Israel, Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran, which somehow interlink?


Conspiracy Theories such as?
So many theories, so many Middle Eastern Nut Jobs!
Give me some examples, I give you my opinion?

For instance:

Bang O Salavat Theory on Twin Towers

Trita Parsi banged Jahanshah Javid up the Shiiter, Javid lain an egg, the egg hatched, it was a Hajew (a Jewish Haji), Bush saw the egg, got permanent limp penis, Likud Party leader Binyamin Netanyahu took one glance at the Bush’s limp Schlong and got afraid that the limpness epidemic would drag from DC to Tel Aviv; therefore, to avoid the global epidemic, his intention was to blow up DC but mistakenly he blew up the Twin Towers in NY! ……. And suddenly Ahmadinejad woke up due to a heavy erection lying next to Trita Parsi’s hairy butt which reminded him of his cousin’s in Elmiyeh Qom backrooms of the mosques and then bam ….. he noticed it was all an Islamic dream, so they kept on doing the Islamic Bangarooni and the nasty on the King Size Bed and they all lived happily ever after ……

Va Alaikom ol Salam
Allah O Akbar
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You know, give me some scenarios and make it juicy, something like that?

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Postby yaninikolai » Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:41 am

I'm refering to those who say that Zionists are behind the downfall of Iran and that America's Jewish lobbies who are supposedly affiliated with the illuminati will stop at nothing to keep countries like Iran in it's current state, so as not to let an oil rich country gain power. 9/11 was really a government conspiracy funded by familes such as Rothschild in order to justify it's earlier proposal of the PNAC and enter into countries like Afghanistan and Iraq. Afghanistan was used as a gimmick to rid the world of "so called terrorism" which would then give the U.S an easy ride through its imperialist motives and Iraq was invaded to supply the U.S with oil. Unlike Iran, Iraq under Saddam resisted dealings with America, which is why Iraq was invaded and Iran wasn't and although Iran appears to be enemies with the U.S behind closed doors they are really allies.

This kind of thing is what I mean, sorry of it's a bit skethcy I wrote this on a phone while waiting for a haircut. It's only few minutes of free that time I've had in order to write this.
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Postby Ahreeman X » Thu Apr 23, 2009 2:33 pm

Let me hit you back with a question:

You are a rational person, right?
What do you think of these or similar theories?
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Postby yaninikolai » Fri Apr 24, 2009 1:20 pm

To be honest Ahreeman I think it is absolutely nonsense. I've always viewed such bullshit in the same way, in my opinion these were originally devised by a bunch of leftist hippies who have nothing better to do with their lives than finding ways of knocking down right-wing realists. They usually follow a politically correct agenda that submits itself to short-term world peace (ie the east way out). One of the most amusing is that they rarely hunt for an ounce of reliable evidence to suppport their ludicourous claims, and whatever evidence they do provide is recycled from their own circle of conspiracy theorists.
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Postby Ahreeman X » Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:14 am

Here is your complete answer:

Iranian Conspiracy Theories
http://www.iranpoliticsclub.net/club/vi ... php?t=1502

I opened a separate topic about it, simply because it is a very important issue.

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History of Federalism in Iran

Postby IPC » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:17 pm

History of Federalism in Iran

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The latest historical research on this sensitive subject, by Ahreeman X:

History of Federalism in Iran
Chapter One: Why Federalism for Iran?
Chapter Two: Federalism through Historical Periods
Ahreeman X
January 15, 2010

Preface

Allow me to put forward a few questions for you?
Are Iranians aware that Iran has 8000 years of civilized history?
Are Iranians aware that Federalism have had ever existed in Iran of the past?
Iranians assume that Federalism is a Western Concept!
This causes some to take sides against Federalism!
Iranians have a narrow and vague comprehension of Federalism.
Do Iranians know that if not born, at least Federalism was raised in Iran?
Yes, Federalism in its primitive form had existed in Iran over 2500 years ago.
Do not believe in Hollywood because Hollywood does not produce history but garbage.
Pre-Islamic Persian Empire was the only super power which had never practiced slavery!
Back then, when Greece, Rome, Egypt and China practiced Slavery,
Iran was practicing Federalism!
So once more, let me ask you, where did the Civilization come from?!

Read more:

History of Federalism in Iran
Chapter One: Why Federalism for Iran?
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/fed ... /index.htm

History of Federalism in Iran
Chapter Two: Federalism through Historical Periods
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/fed ... /index.htm

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