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Forgottenthinker

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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in What we must think about China exactly ?   
    Wait why? Modern China has committed to peace in the world and has funded and has promised to continue so in the future the funding of billions of dollars into fixing poor Muslim countries and non Muslim alike. It also has built hospitals on its own charge in Africa. Most important of all, it has pledged to fund and rebuild Syria after the civil war even though no country wants to do business with Syria. 
    Brother I watched your video, I generally enjoy Raefipoor's lectures but this was poorly made. He kept saying China is Zionist controlled even though in the entire video he gave no evidence and Iran has strong ties to China even though he says its Jewish controlled (no proof). I generally don't believe in these conspiracy theories.
    Raefipoor keeps contradicting himself throughout his lectures, for example, he says the same about Russia even though in future videos he praises Russia sometimes he makes assumptions without proof then changes his mind.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from abdulhamid in Do you prefer the current "Islamic Regime" or shah   
    Haha the hypocrisy is real you just avoided the fact your precious Islamic republic interfers in Iraq's affairs while you said none Iranians should stay out of Iran's affairs. You're low key funny  
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Jaane Rabb in Do you prefer the current "Islamic Regime" or shah   
    Haha the hypocrisy is real you just avoided the fact your precious Islamic republic interfers in Iraq's affairs while you said none Iranians should stay out of Iran's affairs. You're low key funny  
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Jaane Rabb in Do you prefer the current "Islamic Regime" or shah   
    This is hilarious from an Islamic Republic apologist, the Islamist government interfers in Iraq's affairs all the time. But I agree no nation should interfer in another nation's affairs so to start off tell your government stay out of our affairs. Also you live in Sweden your opinions on the Islamic republic are void.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Jaane Rabb in Do you prefer the current "Islamic Regime" or shah   
    I would like to state first off I'm not Iranian, but I have close relations with the Iranians at my local mosque and online that still live in Iran. So what I'm about to say is heavily based on their sayings. The modern Islamic republic is miles ahead of the Shah's government but, that doesn't mean much. I'm saying the Islamic republic has done better things than the Shah's government including, increasing scientific and acedamic literacy. But thats about it. The economic situation is a disgrace to how the Shah would've run it, its so bad youth leave by the thousands a month to embark to other nations for opportunities that should be in their nations if resourced correctly even under sanctions. Remember Khomeini said, "economics is for donkeys." Those at the top preach of Islamic values but none of them follow it let alone what they preach to the public, (looking at you Khamenei). Just like the Shah's regime the modern Islamic republic commits mass torturings and human rights violations (sounding like the Shah already). They oppress their own citizens by using religion which in turn makes the youth dislike religion most notoriously the hijab rule on women. Also they don't want to allow referendum for or aganist the Islamic Republic because they know if they do it'll cease to exist the next day.
    The Iranian people are the most ancient, intelligent, and proud people of the Middle East, they deserve much better than tyrannical dictators, unfortunately the west interfered in 1953 overthrowing Mossadegh, which lead to the Shah selling his nation to foreigners which lead to the revolution you all glorify and then now so the Iranian people have suffered under oppression for more then half a century by now.
    However like I said I'm not Iranian I'll leave it to Iranians to decide their fates but I have a gut feeling it won't be with the Islamic republic espeically with the decrease of younger people's pateince.
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    Forgottenthinker reacted to Ralvi in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Secularism? Ok haha. This secularism sponsors terrorism and colonialism and hegemony and suffering and a 1% and a 99% along with sexual diseases, fatherless children, mocking of Islam, dirty men and women who behave like animals waiting for their master to herd them 
    so no
    secularism is quite literally the worst 
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ralvi in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Every single nation based on religion will become corrupted overtime and give their religion a bad name. Only Imam Al Mahdi (ajw) can establish such a state. For now secularism is the only system that can work for those that want to practice the faith let them, if they don't want to practice the majority religion it's between them and Allah not a sector of a government that should be running a country not interfering in personal lives.
    Also if Muslim nations don't need elections, why does Iran offer them and rig them?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from guest021619 in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Every single nation based on religion will become corrupted overtime and give their religion a bad name. Only Imam Al Mahdi (ajw) can establish such a state. For now secularism is the only system that can work for those that want to practice the faith let them, if they don't want to practice the majority religion it's between them and Allah not a sector of a government that should be running a country not interfering in personal lives.
    Also if Muslim nations don't need elections, why does Iran offer them and rig them?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Mohammadi_follower in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Every single nation based on religion will become corrupted overtime and give their religion a bad name. Only Imam Al Mahdi (ajw) can establish such a state. For now secularism is the only system that can work for those that want to practice the faith let them, if they don't want to practice the majority religion it's between them and Allah not a sector of a government that should be running a country not interfering in personal lives.
    Also if Muslim nations don't need elections, why does Iran offer them and rig them?
  10. Haha
    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Every single nation based on religion will become corrupted overtime and give their religion a bad name. Only Imam Al Mahdi (ajw) can establish such a state. For now secularism is the only system that can work for those that want to practice the faith let them, if they don't want to practice the majority religion it's between them and Allah not a sector of a government that should be running a country not interfering in personal lives.
    Also if Muslim nations don't need elections, why does Iran offer them and rig them?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Torture, execution, and rigged elections. I'm proving that the so called "Islamic Republic" is just another dictatorship.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Lets ignore how Iran ridged it's elections in 1979, 99 percent of all Iranians wanted a Islamic Republic just as how 99 percent of all Syrians want Assad and 99 percent of all Iraqis want Saddam.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ralvi in Amnesty's lies about mass executions in Iran during 1988   
    Lets ignore how Iran ridged it's elections in 1979, 99 percent of all Iranians wanted a Islamic Republic just as how 99 percent of all Syrians want Assad and 99 percent of all Iraqis want Saddam.
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    Forgottenthinker reacted to Sumerian in Photos of Khomaini and Khamenei inside Iraqi Office   
    Lol. Strawman. You can support someone who isn't a Ba'athi or an installed Islamist, there are various ideologies, directions, movements and parties in Iraq.
    Alhamdulillah, Sayyed Al-Sistani said no state has the right to interfere in Iraqi state of affairs. 
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    Forgottenthinker reacted to Sumerian in Photos of Khomaini and Khamenei inside Iraqi Office   
    It shows the influence of certain countries in Iraqi state of affairs. All these parties and politicians are puppets.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Should couples have licenses to have kids?   
    https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/americas-heroin-epidemic/born-addicted-number-opioid-addicted-babies-soaring-n806346
    This article shows what happens to babies born when they were in their mothers wombs and they used addictive narcotics and how they're increasing.
    If the laws I suggested were put into places these kids wouldn't be living miserable lives they didn't ask for and this wouldn't be a problem. Drug addicts shouldn't even have the right to have kids.
  17. Completely Agree
    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Panzerwaffe in Should couples have licenses to have kids?   
    There are many unqualified couples I see that have kids. They're too poor but have kids. Physically some people have physical conditions that shouldn't be passed down. Mentally some people have terrible conditions like depression. Should couples be analyzed for economical, physical, and mental tests before they're given the green light to have children?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from shia farm girl in Parents and freedom of the offspring   
    @shia farm girl
    Have my thanks applause for what you wrote
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in What are your honest opinions on Atatürk?   
    Don't forget Assad
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    Forgottenthinker reacted to shia farm girl in Parents and freedom of the offspring   
    As-salaam-alaikum,
    I know many people who left their mother country and their family  behind to start new lives. Many of them came for school and didn't intend to stay but ended up getting married and staying here. As they all age, the child that moved away as well as the parents that stayed in the mother country, their perspective on life and what is truly important to them changes.
    Many times, after the excitement and distractions of life calm down and things become mundane, the children become more concerned about their parents who are very inconveniently residing far away. They may be sick and less able to take care of themselves or have other types of difficulties that plague older people..maybe they have lost their lifelong spouse along the way and are now alone.
     The parents, depending on how old they are, may feel or know they're nearing the end of their lives, so they become more and more wishful and desiring that that their child wasn't separated from them on the other side of the world. As children and even as young adults, we really have no idea what it's like to be an older (60s, 70s, 80s+) adult. We don't really truly understand what our parents are going through as older adults.
    Yes, our parents should allow us freedoms in this world and not Guilt Trip us into making certain choices because they raised us, but, at the same time, we have to keep our Islamic duties in mind, that we're not supposed to abandon our parents, that wer r supposed to take care of them when they get older to whatever degree we possibly can. But it becomes extremely hard when you live on the other side of the world, and you are not able to visit them more than MAYBE once a year for a few weeks,IF you can afford it and your job allows you the time.
    Many times, both sides end up living with guilt and feelings of loss and regret for the situations that evolve from such types of choices in life. I guess it's neither right or wrong, it's just looking at the reality of the situation, that as young people, we don't see the world or our relationships or what's important the same way  we do when we mature and get older.
    This is something i realized from my own trials and lessons surrounding my own parents, their aging and their sicknesses , but also from seeing the current state almost all of the people i know are involved in.
     Alhamdulilah, i am still with my family, but it pains my husband dearly as his mother is still in Iran, in her 80s, and she lost her spouse 2 years ago, so she lives alone. Shes set in her ways as most 80 year olds are, so she doesnt want another non related person living with her, a caretaker, for example, and alhamdulilah its not necessary. My husband speaks to her AT LEAST once a week, sometimes more, but it hurts him AND her for them to be separated, especially at this time of their lives.
    I dont personally think the separation of child and parent is the way things SHOULD be, its just that unfortunately, it is one of the ways of this world, and in many cases, it is inescapable for many people. 
    I think back to the days where many family members across generations and including in laws, would reside on giant farms and not far from  extended family, like within the same village, town or city, at LEAST within the same state, but sometimes even that can be difficult, especially if money and time are not available to travel...sigh... such is the way of this dunya with all its difficulties,sadness, regret, and lonliness:(
    W/s
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    Forgottenthinker reacted to sakura1994 in What are your honest opinions on Atatürk?   
    I think he was good leader for his  time , cuz if not for what he did turkey would have became a failed state like many other in their region , but his politics were not the best . 
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from shia farm girl in G. H. W. Bush is Dead   
    True the elite in the United States are into some freaky stuff, if the common people knew they couldn't look at their favorite politicians the same way again.
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from hasanhh in Should couples have licenses to have kids?   
    There are many unqualified couples I see that have kids. They're too poor but have kids. Physically some people have physical conditions that shouldn't be passed down. Mentally some people have terrible conditions like depression. Should couples be analyzed for economical, physical, and mental tests before they're given the green light to have children?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Should couples have licenses to have kids?   
    There are many unqualified couples I see that have kids. They're too poor but have kids. Physically some people have physical conditions that shouldn't be passed down. Mentally some people have terrible conditions like depression. Should couples be analyzed for economical, physical, and mental tests before they're given the green light to have children?
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    Forgottenthinker got a reaction from shia farm girl in Should couples have licenses to have kids?   
    There are many unqualified couples I see that have kids. They're too poor but have kids. Physically some people have physical conditions that shouldn't be passed down. Mentally some people have terrible conditions like depression. Should couples be analyzed for economical, physical, and mental tests before they're given the green light to have children?
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