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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Is it the best?

In other countries the headline of news is about Iran nuclear program and discussion that does Iran must refer to security of consul or not? But here in Iran most of the people are not interesting about this issue a kind of apathy. Really I haven’t any idea that why people are not aware about their future and I think if someday a bomb drop they asked what happen ? but it is very latefor iran!
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One of my friends was proud that poor people in far away and poorest villages voted to Mr. Ahmadinejad.
And I’ve thought that does democracy is appropriate for all, for example in developing country that many people suffer from famine and starving and they had to only think about fighting for their life , do they could choose best way for their life? Do they aware of all details that affect on their life?

6 comments:

RJP USA said...

YASSAR:
I HAVE BEEN ATTEMPTING TO FOLLOW WHAT IS GOING ON IN IRAN FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW. IT APPEARS THAT ONCE AGAIN CERTAIN UNPLEASANT DECISIONS WILL HAVE TO BE MADE BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. WE ARE NOT COMFORTABLE IN HAVING TO MAKE THESE DECISIONS, BUT I SUSPECT WE WILL HAVE TO MAKE THEM. I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT WHAT THE IRANIAN PEOPLE ARE THINKING, THE IRANIAN LEADERSHIP IS VERY OPEN IN THEIR THINKING. I FIND A VERY MIXED EMOTIONAL MESSAGE FROM THE IRANIAN PEOPLE. I SUSPECT THAT THAT IS WHAT IS TO BE EXPECTED. THE FUNDAMENTAL QUESTION I AM STRUGGLING WITH IS: WHEN THE UNITED STATES PUTS AN END TO THE IRANIAN NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM, WILL THE IRANIAN PEOPLE BE ABLE TO PUT THEIR HOUSE BACK IN ORDER BETTER THEN THE IRAQIS HAVE? WILL THE IRANIAN PEOPLE UNDERSTAND WHY THE US FELT COMPELLED TO DO WHAT WE WILL HAVE TO DO? AND HOW LONG BEFORE WE WILL BE ABLE TO VISIT YOUR WONDERFUL COUNTRY, AND ENJOY THE FRIENDSHIP OF THE IRANIAN PEOPLE? I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY AND ALL COMMENTS. THANK YOU…

Scott Rutledge said...

Hi Yasser

In your profile you say "At first I apologize for my English. I know that it is terrible."

That is not true. Your english is better than most people in the western world.

Thank you for an informative blog. I have just discovered it and am about to delve into your archived posts. You paint an amazingly vivid picture of your country.

And to keep on topic: I believe has every right to a Nuclear program. Also, considering the region (India, Pakistan, Israel etc...) that there is no problem if your country wished to pursue a NUCLEAR WEAPONS program.

The "international community" is a hypocrite. Iran has a right to self-determination.

I pray that the world will not allow the Americans to bring war to you and your country.

Anonymous said...

Don't apologize for your English. It’s just fine!
I know of only a few people near where I live that can speak Persian.

Anyway. I want to thank you for your blog. After hearing your president speak and watching what the EU3 are doing I grew quite concerned and started hunting for information from Real Live Iranians.

There’s a bunch of us in the US that are worried about what might happen even though we all seem to agree that the US should stand back and do nothing. That is until we are attacked. Then the choice is removed from the equation.

After reading some stuff on MEMRITV.ORG perhaps we are overreacting to the image of our country being shattered in the shape of a ball at the bottom of an hourglass. The ball with Israel’s picture on it was still falling in the graphic.

Anyway, this guy was from somewhere like Dubai and said your president is just talking about stuff and trying to build a movement of some sort. I sure hope he’s right and the various governments around the world agree.

I tried to E-mail another blogger but he never replied to me.

So I’ll check back on your blog and try to learn more about what every day life is like there.

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Andy said...

I have been in Iran recently. It was my first trip. It's impossible to lose hope for Iran's future because the Iranian people are a light in this world. They are among the most intelligent, talented and genuine people I've ever met. Despite the seemingly impossible obstacles, I remain certain the future holds good things for Iran.

Stefan said...

Iran and the nuclear programm.

Why need the Iran a nuclear program? The Iran say because the energy. Nobody believe it.

Ahmadinedschad speak from bombs against Israel. Is it save to give him atomic energy?

Which enemy have Iran? It was Saddam Hussein. Today is Iraq a save country for the neighbors.

Iran help the terrorist. Is it save to give them a atomic bomb?

That are the western questions.

We think Ahmadinedschad is a high risk for the world freedom. He speak like a hard egoist. He didn´t accept international rules and behavior. That all is the idea which say, don´t accept a nuclear program in the hands from Ahmadinedschad.

Here find you what the german politic say: http://www2.dw-world.de/persian/
This is not a privat program. It is under state controll.