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Taliban rules

Girl forced into marriage ok

Girl forced to marry a violent prick but fall for another man shoot her in the head.

man rapes underage girl not ok - shoot girl in head

Sex with goat ok

Sex with underage boys ok

man sex with another man not ok

Man must have massive beard or he must be gay.

Walking into hotels and gunning everyone down ok

Killing random people in a country you only just moved to ok

Being polite to people who say you're violent not ok

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1) Look at history instead of glossing over it. Since the invention of the automobile and the need for oil, no country with oil in the Middle East had autonomy over its own politics. Have you read a thing about the Qajar dynasty in Iran? How everything was controlled by the UK in the South and West and Russia in the North and East? How about why Reza Shah was overthrown, his run-ins with trying to wrest the country from British oil companies? How about the overthrown of Mossadegh, the first democratic leader in the entire Middle East? The problem is the West depends on the Middle East for oil because its cheap and Middle Easterners are too divided. This includes keeping non-oil countries in the regions in check as well because assured flow of oil requires regional stability. How about you read what happened in the revolution of 1979, how deeply Carter and the UK were involved in what happened to the Shah? How about you read which countries gave assistance to Khomeini and his associates? The dealings between Reagan and Khomeini? How about you read some history and don't blame an entire faith followed by 1.3 billion people as the source of all woes? Btw, I'm an atheist, cutiepie ;-).

(By the way, nice examples you posted last time, this time use sources after the fact and not speculations during the fact).

2) Leadership in the freedom of women? Let's see. Every attempt to wrest control of autonomy in Iran has been thwarted by Western intelligence. Same goes for many other countries in the Middle East. Women were just as free in Iran as they were in America under the Shah. Want proof? Please, look at pictures from the time. Women were and still are (under Islamic Republic, which is hilarious by the way) more educated than men in Iran and many are doctors and engineers. During the Shah's time, women wore whatever they wanted and the ones from more forward thinking families married whoever they wanted, followed their careers, and were generally free. So let's stop saying it's Islam as Iran was mostly Muslim then, too. You're blanketing an entire region and ignoring that much of Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, etc. had Zoroastrian, Manichaean, Christian roots. You see a few videos from Afghanistan and assume that anyone with olive skin is a misogynist.

3) I'm not going to argue with the technology aspect. Civilizations ebb and flow. Remember when Europe was in the Dark Ages and you guys were wiping your asses with your hands that the Middle East introduced Algebra, made advances into what would become Physics, had great engineering and architectural prowess, systems of administration, flourishing trade, and was leaps ahead in sciences and arts :)

Right now, there's no doubt the West is the industrial leader of the world and just like back then when the Europeans adopted Islamic discovered technologies and ideas, right now the Middle East is adopting those from the West. And back then we're talking about the Caliphate which was more extreme than today ;-)

4) All Islamic countries? Please tell me a bit about Syria (before this Western overthrown nonsense)? Syria was modern and its people were forward thinking and robust. It was secular and liberal. Tell me about Lebanon, where people all over the world know it as a bastion of high culture with a thriving economy and rich past? Let's not take wars and coups and make them the entire portrait of a people. There are reasons behind political upheavals and the main reason now is world dependence on Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, and Kuwait for oil- and before you say "US has its own oil in Alaska, blah blah blah" I'd like to remind you that no empire would use its own resources when it can get them for cheap from weaker people.

5) We do try to take responsibility for ourselves. Where were you in 2009? The Green Movement? Millions were on the streets in Iran and Obama kept himself quiet, he even offered to negotiate with the Islamic regime and acknowledge its sovereignty. This all while Iran was fighting for a homegrown democratic movement. What about in the early 1990's when Iraqi Shi'ites were encouraged to demand their rights from Saddam, promised that the US would help, but left to die when Saddam began killing them? Haha. Kurds, too? Those poor bastards are given false promises by the powerful countries all the time who sit back and watch as Turkey, Iraq, and Iran kill them one by one. Look at India and how it took DECADES to wrest its independence from the UK, and this only happened when Indian resources were seen as less important than the ones in the Middle East. The UK is a tiny, resourceless island who was forced to develop a large navy to secure its colonies who brought it resources. That's how it became an empire. Otherwise it would be dependent on imports for its entire life and would be constant fighting between its ethnic groups. How about you acknowledge that Middle Easterners- Muslims, Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, Bahais, have been trying just as hard to take responsibility- fighting, in fact, because they don't have the resources and carefree attitude that the comfortable powerful countries have- for centuries. Read about the many revolts such as the Tobacco revolts, the Constitutional revolts, the nationalist movements in Iran and Iraq since the late 1700's. There's a moment where you reach an understanding that politics is dirty and everyone has blood on their hands, and everyone is working for their own good, but some simply have an advantage over the others due to their position and the opportunities they have had.

So responsibility? Iran's had revolts for democracy since the 1990's against this brutal regime and more innocent blood has been spilled of peaceful protesters, more declarations have been written, and more reforms have been made in the span between Khomeini's death and today than anything in the US or UK. The Occupy movement couldn't even last more than a few months but if you read on what's going on in Iran there are democracy marches and protests every freaking day, even today, and there are brutal crackdowns and kidnappings going on all over. So responsibility? How about you take the responsibility to educate yourself before talking.
Again weeb, blaming the west for EVERYTHING.

Lot's of oil in other parts of the world too, don't have the problems like the middle east.

Your revolutions thwarted by the west? How many western soldiers are holding the Islamic ones hands making them shoot their neighbors?

None.

You are right, Iranians are too weak to stand on their own, they deserve everything that happens to them.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...rity_countries

Pick a good one?

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You are right weeb, Europe and the US have dominated the world and most countries have gone to hell since they were granted independence.

That tells us more than all the BS you post combined.

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Old 07-08-2012, 05:55 PM
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And please educate yourself on the UK's ties with the Mullahs in Iran since the 1800's. For example, much of the manipulations the British made during the Qajar and Pahlavi periods, and exclusively in the Mossadegh period involved using the Mullahs to agitate the poorer people into rebelling against leaders who were trying to help Iran gain autonomy. I'd start with finding out who Ayatollah Kashani is and how involved he was with the British. Reza Shah tried very hard to curb the power of the Mullahs during his reign- he replaced hundreds of Arabic words in the Iranian vocabulary with ancient Persian ones, he took Mullahs out of positions of political power, he banned the veil in public, he pushed for Western style education over Islamic education, he systematically bankrupted many mullahs, he re-Persianized the country's culture and set up organizations to clean and preserve its pre-Islamic artifacts. Then he tried for many years to set traps for British and Russian intelligence groups operating in Iran and played the companies off of each other. When he tried to strike a deal with Hitler to get rid of British and Russian influence for good, the Allies invaded and overthrew him for his teenager son. He kissed the soil of the country before he left and was crying. This is much more responsibility in one single leader than any leader currently in the West and this is because when a country is in a desperate situation, bolder leaders emerge. The West isn't desperate and won't be as long as it is on the top.

I enjoy writing about these things and educating people like you. So please bring more things up so I can explain further. I can also send you books (written mostly by Westerners, though some written by Middle Easterners too) on the situation.

Why you keep bringing up old shit?

This lady was killed recently.

It's clear you have been totally indoctrinated to blame the west for everything, wonder when you guys will man up and grow some balls and take responsibility for your own lives?

Or will you continue to sneak around like cowards, afraid to even express yourselves in public?

We get it, the west has kicked your asses and pushed you around for years, so what are you going to do about it except get on here and bitch and moan about how the west has done you wrong?

Enjoy your Islamic states, you guys aren't men enough to deserve anything else, freedom isn't free, and according to you it's been real easy for the west to take yours.

You are coming across as a damn gutless wonder, blaming other countries for your own fucked up Islamic state!

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Old 07-08-2012, 06:12 PM
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Indoctrinated? Do you read?? I grew up here and what I know comes from Western and Middle Eastern literature. Why do you blame me as if I'm a collective representative of the entire Muslim world? How many times do I have to drill it in your head that I'm not Muslim, or do you not know the difference between an atheist and a theist?

You have an IQ of 80, it's proven with your idiotic posts. I've given you examples in every post and you can't back a thing up. Read these topics and shut up:

1. Qajar Dynasty in Iran 1800's and beyond
2. European Industrial Revolution
3. US-Iran relations prior to WW2
4. Reza Shah Pahlavi (Reza Khan)
5. Iran and Germany relations during WW2
6. Ayatollah Kashani
7. Mohammad Mossadegh
8. Operation Ajax, 1953 Coup
9. The establishment of Israel and its benefits to the West.
10. The Ottoman Empire, its rise and fall.
11. The Islamic Golden Ages, the European Dark Ages.
12. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, H.I.M.
13. US-Iran Relations under the Pahlavis
14. MI-6, CIA, KGB involvement in Iran
15. Hezb-e-Tudeh (Russian cells) in Iran
16. Iran-Iraq War
17. History of Iraq, Ottoman Empire to Ba'athism
18. US, Soviet, European, and Arab involvement in Iran-Iraq War.
19. Ayatollah Khomeini and his associates.
20. Ayatollah Khomeini and the UK.
21. UK's involvement with Iranian religious class since the 1800's.
22. Political Economy of oil.
23. The Iranian pragmatist movement in 1990's.
24. The Iranian reformist movement.
25. The democracy movements in Iran.
26. BBC's involvement as propoganda in support of the Islamic regime.
27. Carter's involvement with Khomeini.
28. The Green Movement & Mir-Hussein Mousavi.
29. Mehdi Karroubi and the moderates.
30. Pre-Islamic history of the Middle East.

Please research these topics on your own since you think I'm a Muslim an don't want to give credence to me. I hope you shed your ignorance through education, something that will benefit you.

You don't give the same shit to Indians, though India and Iran have the same history of British involvement for very similar reasons and for just as long a time. Except, Indians are by far Hindu and not Muslim, and of course, Iranians are big bad Muslims. You're a joke.
We all know history dweeb, that's the only thing you consistently get right, how the west has kicked your ass and taken your oil for years, and the Iranian men are too weak to do anything but shoot women.

You Lose.

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Old 07-08-2012, 06:38 PM
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Wait, now you say you agree with me on the history aspect? LMAO.

Since when do Iranian men regularly shoot women? It's illegal to even hold a gun without permit in Iran and there is no fine for it- you go to jail for years an years. You saw one video of a schizophrenic Kurdish man shooting his daughters in the death section and you want to label 80 million people? LMAOOOO Read the books I posted you idiot.
Never argued about the history weeb, if you would read my posts instead of trying to give everyone a history lesson You would see that I said quit blaming it for all of Islams problems.

These are Islamists doing this killing, you are the one that keeps bring Iran into it, you started with the mike Wallace video, remember?

Slow down and try and stay on point, I'm saying all those facts and links you like to offer as excuses for the Islamic state of Iran and other Islamic states are bullshit, time for Iran and the other Islamic states to stop the hangings, shootings and killings that we see posted on here every week.

I don't hate anybody, what I hate is you making excuses that this is all the Wests fault.

That is all

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Here are some good books for you, take care to note many are written by US CIA analysts and other Western sources:

I'll highlight the non-Muslim authors for you in Green and the Muslims in red:

1) All The Shah's Men by Stephen Kinzer
2) Patriot of Persia: Mohammad Mossadegh and the Tragic 1953 Coup by Cristopher Bellague
3) The Iranians by Sandra Mackey

4) Iran At War by Kaveh Farrokh
5) The Iran-Iraq War by Robert Johnson

6) Iran and Iraq: Politics of Aggression by Farhang Rajaei
7) Seeds of Terror by Gretchen Peters
8) Saddam Hussein by Efraim Karsh

9) Spirit of Allah (Ruhollah Khomeini and the Revolution) by Amir Taheri
10) The Pasdaran: Inside Iran's Revolutionary Guards by Emmanuele Ottolenghi
11) The Devil We Know by Robert Baer
12) Sleeping with the Devil by Robert Baer
13) The Shah by Abbas Milani
14) Guardians of the Revolution: Iran an Foreign Policy by Ray Takeyh

15) Islamic Imperialism by Efraim Karsh
16) Taliban by Ahmad Rashid
17) Afghanistan: A Cultural and Political History by TJ Barfield
18) IRAN: A People Interrupted by Hamid Dabbashi
19) Ayatollah's Democracy by Hooman Majd
20) The Ayatollah Begs to Differ by Hooman Majd
21) Iran: From Theocracy to Green Movement by Negin Nabavi
22) The Shi'a Revival by Vali Nasr
23) Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic by E. Abrahimian

24) Green Ribbons and Turbans by J. Osman
25) Iran- The Crisis of Democracy by Fakhreddin Azimi

Read this and also get some background information on capitalism, socialism and democratic movements. It also helps to read Plato's Republic and any literature on the French revolution. You can also pick up a primer on macroeconomics at B&N for very cheap.

Till later, keep hating Middle Easterners ;-)
Oh, and what the fuck do any of those books about Iran have anything to do with this Woman getting her head blown off by Islamic terrorists?

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I heard that about children in the US, but, not women. Where do you live?
Currently, I live about 10 minutes from Asheville, NC.

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We all know history dweeb, that's the only thing you consistently get right, how the west has kicked your ass and taken your oil for years, and the Iranian men are too weak to do anything but shoot women.

You Lose.
Dude... weeb is probably more western than you will ever be.

How many damn times must he say he's an athiest before you'll think about learning that word and how it means he's definitely not a middle eastern man OR a Muslim?

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He's just full of anger, weeb. Irrational and proud not to give a shit about anything you actually say.

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Ah. Didn't know that. You're way more informed and well read than most natural born Americans. It's sad, really, how we treat the rest of the world.

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