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The Referendum Won By Massive Boycott and Civil Disobedience
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 24, 2004 6:09 pm    Post subject: President Bush Denounces Iran Elections Reply with quote

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Reports from most Iranian cities are stating about the massive popular boycott of the Islamic Clerical regime's sham elections. Millions of Iranians have stayed home and far from official ballot boxes in order to show the rejection of the Islamic republic in its totality. Reports from Tehran, Shiraz, Mashad, Kerman, Malayer, Abadan, Bookan, Esfahan, Tabriz, Marivan, Amol, Sannandaj, Rezai-e and Gonabad are all stating about dead cities in another show of massive Civil Disobedience.

The people have spoken and the clerics know it clearly and now the clerics have a choice to give up peacefuly and go back to their Mosque or resist and wait for ultimate justice by the people!

The Iranian people have declared the Clerical Regime illegitimate, a mafia operation that no longer has any support.

Now The EU, Japan and U.S. governments should officially declare the Islamic Clerical Regime of Iran as illegitimate and unfit to govern .....


The Referendum Against Islamic Clerical Regime Won By Massive Boycott and Civil Disobedience By The People


Statement by the President
February 24, 2004
The White House
President Gerge W. Bush

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I am very disappointed in the recently disputed parliamentary elections in Iran. The disqualification of some 2,400 candidates by the unelected Guardian Council deprived many Iranians of the opportunity to freely choose their representatives. I join many in Iran and around the world in condemning the Iranian regime's efforts to stifle freedom of speech -- including the closing of two leading reformist newspapers -- in the run-up to the election. Such measures undermine the rule of law and are clear attempts to deny the Iranian people's desire to freely choose their leaders.

The United States supports the Iranian people's aspirations to live in freedom, enjoy their God-given rights, and determine their own destiny.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 24, 2004 11:54 pm    Post subject: Daniel Bromberg Stupid Suggestion Reply with quote

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The US government is unhappy with the way the elections were handled, but, on the other hand, the Bush Administration is willing to deal with whomever is in power in Iran over Iraq, terrorism and other issues of concern, and it may be easier for the US to deal with the conservatives, now that they have taken over the Majles, Carnegie Endowment for Peace's policy expert Daniel Bromberg tells Radio Farda. (Amin Armin)


Source US State Dept. Radio Farda: http://www.radiofarda.com/transcripts/topstory/2004/02/20040224_1930_0035_0141_EN.asp

Iranian opposition should watch and condemn people like Daniel Bromberg with statement like "may be easier for the US to deal with the conservatives".

What does it mean?

Daniel is suggesting that the U.S. should make a deal with Clerics Terror Masters group with less than 1% of Iranian people support against 90% of Iranian people who are asking U.S. to help them for FREE IRAN and regime change.

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the Bush Administration is willing to deal with whomever is in power in Iran over Iraq, terrorism and other issues of concern


Who is in charge in the Bush Administration Iran's policy after 3 years in office? The above statement by Daniel does not match with President Bush recent statement. Who is lying? Who is telling the truth? Who is playing game? The Truth Will Come Out Please clarify.

Iranian People do not accept anything less than Regime Change in Iran in next few months. Iranian people are true victims of President Carter and England's evil policy in past 25 years. If the Bush Administration does not help Iranian people to remove the Clerical Terror Masters from power, all the talk about War On Terror, Axis of Evil, and democracy in Middle East .... becomes just another very expensive game by politicians at the expense of hard working freedom loving American, Iranian people, over 700 young and brave American soldiers who killed in past 3 years and over 1000 of young Iranian brave souls who killed in torture chambers of so called conservative Clerical Regime .




Is the Carnegie Endowment for Peace's policy expert Daniel Bromberg working for Clerical Terror Masters or USA?
Are the following pictures your kind of conservatives you are asking the US to deal with? Shame!

Look at the evil faces of Made in England conservatives.






IS THERE SOMEONE TO APOLOGIZE FOR ALLOWING ALL THIS TO HAPPEN?










Do you want more of above pictures Daniel Bromberg?


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 6:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mmmm I always liked the carnegie Institute, because Robert Kagan works there..

However, i think that Kagan doesn't advocate such a things ! Am i right?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 12:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

People may of have proven theire dislike against this regime, but as long as Mullah's have the power to fool the foreign policies they have the power to slaughter every one who comes forward to protest open and out.

Just think of the student protests last year... They sent Goons into a dorm and these students where beaten,murdered,...

The elections where a good step indeed, but we need more...

Petitians signed by Iranians worldwide and presented to these countries.
Iran doesn't need a clean/sweap like Iraq or Afqanistan. We need to show to the outerworld that we have suffered enough...

The problem is not only Mullah's, but also their goons : I refer to the "Bassijis", "Kalaq Siah's"...

In 25 Years Iranian economy is dead, well for the population that is, the mullah's are still making Ton's.

It makes me sad that a buddy of mine in Iran is an Architect and makes about 350.000 Toman ( 350 ) a month. He is obliged to live with his parents because he can't afford **** and let's not talk about marriage.

But question still remains... Who will rule when mullahs are kicked Question
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 12:55 pm    Post subject: s Reply with quote

Once the bloody Mullahs are gone the Iranian people will rule themselves - FREEDOM, HUMAN RIGHTS, and JUSTICE will be the ultimate deciding factors..!
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let's hope it doesn't take 2 long before these SOB's are kicked... Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 1:04 pm    Post subject: dd Reply with quote

I predict they will be gone very soon... FREEDOM Is definintely near!!! I can smell it!
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2004 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i can only dream of that day in iran.........hopefully ill be there
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2004 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IRan will be free one day - we must hold on and fight vailiantly..
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 12, 2004 3:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

last time i was in iran they just finished training the new form of "comiteh"
called "kola kajha" which were basically big tall arabs that could not speak farsi and had somthing against CDs Laughing Laughing (they snatched one from my couzin and crushed it in their hands)....but yea these guys troop around with 4 or 5 others in toyota land cruisers that i am told cost 100 million toman.....and mostly stop in front of parks such as gheytariyeh and niyavaran and bother ppl
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 16, 2004 1:24 pm    Post subject: What can we do to help freedom-loving Iranian people? Reply with quote

What can we do to help freedom-loving Iranian people?

To effect the change we desire, we must send emails and faxes and, more importantly, our voices (through the telephone network) to our representatives. International support for the regime must stop. It must be replaced by support for the wishes of the people, namely: freedom for the good people of Iran.

Please spread this message as far as you can.

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We the people of the world demand that:

1) The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives call for the regime in Iran to release all political prisoners who are caged like animals across Iran;

2) The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives immediately cease the legitimization of the Islamic Regime in Iran;

3) The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives work with the United Nations to orchestrate a team of observers to be sent to Iran;

4) The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives issue an ultimatum to the regime in Iran, insisting that it step down peacefully;

5) The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives work with the United Nations to launch an investigation and, if deemed necessary, to prosecute in international courts every high-level regime official for crimes against humanity;

6)The Government of (your nation) and all political representatives
understand and acknowledge the fact that the Iranian people have declared the clerical regime to be illegitimate, a criminal operation not supported by its subjects.

By boycotting the illegal "election" of February 20, 2004, the Iranian people sent a clear message to the regime and to the world. Their wishes must be honored.

In the words of the famous Persian poet Saadi Shirazi,

"Human beings are all members of one body.
They are created from the same essence.
When one member is in pain,
The others cannot rest.
If you do not care about the pain of others,
You do not deserve to be called a human being."

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