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Iran Basks in Unrest of Arab World

Posted by alanmirs on March 14, 2011


Though three months of Arab revolt against autocratic leaders, it’s become commonplace to say that the only clear strategic winner from the changes so far is Iran, supposedly picking up windfall political fruit as if sitting in an armchair.

New York Times       Iran Basks in Unrest of Arab World

 

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Behind the seen and the rule of law

Posted by alanmirs on March 6, 2011


 Behind the seen and the rule of law

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 To discover what is going on behind the seen one should look at the events and the core Media warns of Iran’s authority raise in the territory and at the same time encourages us to oppose and help us for uprising why?

If Iran is becoming strong with increase of influence in a territory once was the Empire why should we have a revolution?

By using the wealth of one and half billion humans of nations undeserved for a better life? That the Islamic or Christianity or Jewish culture of countries undermined by communist regimes has been dissolved?

Does this make sense?

Dividing us to rule?

Of course we need change and we should stand up for it

But not to change the faith of the people of this territory an impossible task

We have to change the politicians who oppose the rule of law by legal means

The rule of law:

That individuals, persons and government shall submit to, obey and be regulated by law, and not arbitrary action by an individual or a group of individuals.

In the most basic sense, the rule of law is a system that attempts to protect the rights of citizens from arbitrary and abusive use of government power

The rule of law is a legal maxim that states no person is immune to law, and no one can be punished by the government except for a breach of the law

Secretary Clinton:

Thank you, Congressman. And I appreciate your raising the continuing threat we see from Iran. While we are focused on the developments in North Africa and the Middle East, we have to continue to keep focused on Iran. And we certainly are. What we see happening right now – and I can only give you that snapshot, because our assessment now is that the internal discord in Bahrain is a domestic phenomenon that comes from the demands by the 70 percent Shia population for greater political rights, greater economic opportunities, and it requires a domestic solution. So what we’ve been doing is working with Bahrainis to work with themselves to try to come up with a way forward. Now, there is no doubt, as we have publicly and privately expressed, all people, according to our values, have a universal right to express themselves, to associate…assemble freely. And so, we have urged the government of Bahrain to respect those rights. At the same time, we have also credited what the government is trying to do through a national dialogue to come up with some agreed-upon reforms that would be implemented. You know, Bahrain is a friend, they are an ally, we deeply value their long-time association with us. King Hamad has announced that Crown Prince Salman is to lead this national dialogue, and we are encouraged by some of the steps we have seen recently, that this can result in a genuine dialogue.                                            American puppets must stay in power!

منم کورش ….آنگاه که بدون جنگ و پیکار وارد بابل شدم همی مردم گامهای مرا با شادمانی پذیرفتند در بارگاه پادشاهان بابل بر تخت شهریاری نشستم مردوک ( مردوخ خدای بابلیان ) دلهای پاک مردم بابل را متوجه من کرد زیرا من او را ارجمند و گرامی داشتم ارتش بزرگ من به آرامی وارد بابل شد نگذاشتم رنج و آزاری به مردم این شهر و این سرزمین وارد آید آنها را از زیر یوغ اسارت خارج ساختم به بدبختی های آنان پایان بخشیدم من فرمان دادم که هیچکس اهالی شهر را از هستی ساقط نکند

فرمان دادم که تمام مردم در پرستش خدای خود آزاد باشند و کسی آنان را نیازارد خدای بزرگ از کردار من خشنود شد او برکت و مهربانیش را ارزانی داشت ما همگی شادمانه و در صلح و دوستی مقام بلندش را ستودیم من همه شهر هایی را که ویران شده بود از نو ساختم فرمان دادم تمام نیایشگاه هایی را که بسته شده بود بگشایند همه مردمانی را که پراکنده و آواره شده بودند به سر زمین خود برگردانند و خانه های ویران آنها را آباد کردم باشد که دلها شاد گردد و هر روز در پیشگاه خدای بزرگ برایم زندگانی بلند خواستار باشند من برای همه مردم جامعه ای آرام مهیا ساختم و صلح و آرامش را به تمامی مردم اعطا کردم

پشت پرده
برای دسترسی به حقایق پشت پرده میبایست ظاهر برون پرده را نگریست
رسانه ها ضمن تشویق و ترغیب ملت ایران به شورش در درون کشور،به طور علنی قدرت ایران را در منطقه موجب نگرانی غرب میدانند، چرا؟
اگر ایران قدرتمند و با نفوذ در منطقه ای شده که روزی امپراتوری حق و عدالت بوده چرا ملت باید شورش کنند؟
که آیا یک و نیم میلیارد انسان ثروتمند سزاوار داشتن زندگی بهتر را ندارند؟
که آیا فرهنگ اسلامی، مسیحی و یهودی با فشار رژیم کمونیستی نابود شد؟
آیا این معقول است نفاق اندازند و حکومت کنند؟
البته ما محتاج تغییر هستیم و بایستی اقدام و مبارزه کنیم
اما نه برای تغییر اعتقادات مردم منطقه که هدفی نشدنی و غیر منطقی است
ما میبایست سیاستمدار هایی را عوض کنیم که مخالف حکومت قانون هستند آنهم با توسل به قانون
میلیونها دلار صرف اغفال جوانان ما میشود که گروه کوچکی لذت آنرا میبرند

هیچ حکومتی دمکراتیک نیست مگرحکومت قانون  

اتحاد برای به مقام رسانیدن تعداد دیگری از قانون شکنان سود جو و قدرت طلب و قبیله پرست دام دیگری است 

بار ها قول حکومت قانون را افراد و رژیم ها به ملت ایران داده اند و شکسته اند

ما ملت ایران حکومت قانون را طلب میکنیم  
افراد جامعه و دولت باید از قانون اطاعت نموده در مقابل آن تسلیم شوند و اقدام خود سرانه یک فرد و یا یک گروه مردود است
بدین معنی که حاکمیت قانون روندی است جهت تلاش برای حمایت حقوق شهروندان از استفاده خودسرانه و سوء استفاده از قدرت دولت
حاکمیت قانون اصل حقوقی است که بیان میکند هیچ فردی در مقابل قانون مصونیت نداشته و هیچ کس توسط دولت مجازات نمیشود مگر از قانون تخطی نموده باشد

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The power of Islamic law

Posted by alanmirs on October 17, 2010


The Power Of Islamic Law

we intend to let you decide who are behind promoting drugs in Iran and how they break laws and use force, blackmail, and abuse their power to silence people who refuse alliance with them

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In The Name Of Democracy

Posted by alanmirs on July 31, 2007


A Hawk’s Tale
As U.S. plans to sell arms to Saudi Arabia make waves in the Middle East, NEWSWEEK’s Kevin Peraino visits a Gaza arms dealer
" He took the rifle, a Chinese-manufactured Kalashnikov, and slid out the clip. "This is well made," he told me
 "Seventeen-hundred dollars each. If you need 50, I’ll bring them to you. While you’re drinking tea, I can get you 100. I am the No. 1 for weapons in Gaza." 

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Fatah Troops Enter Gaza With Israeli Assent

Posted by alanmirs on June 19, 2007


Fatah Troops Enter Gaza With Israeli Assent

"American democracy"

Washington Post Foreign Service
Friday, May 18, 2007; Page

Hundreds Were Trained in Egypt Under U.S.-Backed Program to Counter Hamas the
Islamic movement that won Palestinian parliamentary elections last year

"American democracy"

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A president on the edge

Posted by alanmirs on December 8, 2006


Pressure on Bush to do about-turn on Iraq as study reveals bloodshed is under-reported

GERRI PEEV POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT

VIOLENCE in Iraq is being drastically under-reported by US forces in a bid to keep a lid on the extent of the bloodbath, a damning assessment of the Bush administration’s policy in the country revealed.

http://news.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=1814772006

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Ties to GOP trumped skill on Iraq team

Posted by alanmirs on September 17, 2006


In April 2003, the opportunity to participate
in the U.S.-led effort to reconstruct Iraq attracted all manner of
Americans — restless professionals, Arabic-speaking academics,
development specialists and war-zone adventurers. But before they could
go to Baghdad, they had to get past Jim O’Beirne’s office in the
Pentagon.

To pass
muster with O’Beirne, a political appointee who screens prospective
political appointees for Defense Department posts, applicants didn’t
need to be experts in the Middle East or in post-conflict
reconstruction. What seemed most important was loyalty to the Bush
administration.

O’Beirne’s staff posed blunt questions to some candidates about
domestic politics: Did you vote for George W. Bush in 2000? Do you
support the way the president is fighting the war on terror? Two people
who sought jobs with the U.S. occupation authority said they were even
asked their views on Roe v. Wade.

Many of those chosen by O’Beirne’s office to work for the Coalition
Provisional Authority, which ran Iraq’s government from April 2003 to
June 2004, lacked vital skills and experience. A 24-year-old who had
never worked in finance — but had applied for a White House job — was
sent to reopen Baghdad’s stock exchange. The daughter of a prominent
neoconservative commentator and a recent graduate from an evangelical
university for home-schooled children were tapped to manage Iraq’s $13
billion budget, even though they didn’t have a background in accounting.

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/09/16/AR2006091600193.html

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