Thursday, September 01, 2005

Destroying the effects of 2500 years of suppression

“We want to destroy the effects of 2500 years of suppression.”

---Ebrahim Yazdi, a terrorist and one of the founders of the republic, in an interview with Keyhan after the fall of the Iranian Monarchy


Most of our history has been looted already, but it looks like the last of these “effects” are to be destroyed as well. After destroying the tomb of Reza Shah Pahlavi, did anyone think they would leave Passargad for tourists?

But don’t worry. We’ll continue to have our Persian Parades, our seminars on Iranian art and culture, our Iranian art exhibitions and our poetry nights to convince ourselves, if no one else, that we are “cultured”, even “exiled” Iranians…instead of the most ignorant, the most anti-patriotic, the most vain, the most uncultured and the most ridiculous and laughable group of people on the face of the planet.

Now go sign some petition, post a comment on an “Iranian” forum, or read a non-Iranian blogger writing in your name and go to bed peacefully as an “activist”.

All is well. Our “opposition” and its armed wing (that would turn 700 Shiite mosques to black powder before the Mullahs could lift a finger against the tomb of Cyrus the Great) are wide-awake!

Speaking of the opposition, did Akbar Ganji take sugar with his morning tea today?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"that would turn 700 Shiite mosques to black powder before the Mullahs could lift a finger against the tomb of Cyrus the Great"

what do you mean by that?

is there a way to stop the mullahs from destroying this pasargard?

6:54 AM  
Blogger سرباز كوچك said...

"what do you mean by that?"

What do you mean by what do I mean?

"is there a way to stop the mullahs from destroying this pasargard?"

Large protests, sabotage, etc.

7:55 AM  

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