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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Bring me out from this hell ! pls.

Tehran these days is hot , it is like you are living in a hell .


Marcus Tank said...

I wish I could comfort you, but it ain't any cooler here where I live in the States. I live in Utah, which is a spit of complete desert land. And nowadays we're lucky to see a cloud the size of a fist.

Ehsan Valavi said...

A Constitutional Monarchy is the best inclusive political system that Iran has ever had and will ever have since it preserves individual rights, protects minorities and women, embraces progress and secularism and makes the throne (man or woman) the symbol of Iranian unity amongst its diverse ethnic communities and projects through the throne our rich culture and history to the world.

Let's work together whether you are Republicans, Constitutionalists, progressists, rightists and advocates of all stripes. It is in our collective interest to work towards a practical solution in these dire times to free our motherland.

May be in the end a Constitutional Monarchy will be rejected but we are not in front of the ballot boxes to cast that vote yet. Let's coalesce and unite to bring the IRI down so that together we can build a better Iran.

Please read the 1906 constitution and you will find it to be a valuable text that paved, paves and will continue to pave the way for a modern Iran that we all would love to see re-emerge from its ashes.

The monarchy did a great deal to improve our lives in Iran under the Pahlavi's. That fact nobody can deny. But we all had to sacrifice our individual freedoms to reach a certain level of development and growth. The child is grown and fully understands what it has to do for itself and its future. Let's work in a productive way to see that day to come about.

In the end we are all Iranians and love our country. The danger is here and now and it is called the Islamic Republic of Iran which is another way for saying the "Second Arab invasion of Persia".

Let's defeat the Farsi speaking Arabs dressed as Mullahs, Pasdar and Basiji and reclaim our Aryan identity.

Payandeh Iran.

Anonymous said...

Uh, back to the weather...yes, it's hot in Los Angeles, too.

Anonymous said...

thank god that you don*t live in ahvaz!! as you know it*s much more hotter there!

Darnell said...

I feel your pain man! It's hot where I am at too! Praise the Lord for rain storms! ;)

Anonymous said...

Rain storms? Are we talking Arizona? I went there once for a summer, and we couldn't do anything because of the pouring rain... but still, it's better than hot and humid Los Angeles, where you can't even breathe without breaking a sweat.

ill. said...

the new middle european summer: air humidity close to 100 % night and day. sun heats it up and nights are cold like in winter. wallpapers are coming off the walls and mushrooms grow in flower pots.

i wish to once live in a hot and DRY place, like sahara.. well, it's expanding.. a little hope ^^