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    bolbol got a reaction from Al Hadi in Iran: Fair Vote Impossible   
    Mufeed, I am not concerned with your glorification of Khoei. Second I am familiar with the debates around Velayate Faqihe Motlagh and I know the discussions around them--discussions that neither had any coherent role in forming since they didn't understand it (as mentioned by Rahimpour Azghadi) and my information is not from Aljazeera, the Qatari regime's mouthpiece but extracted by myself, personally.
    If you read Khoei and Fadlallah's reservations about WF and compare them to Montazeri, who is known for his substantial approach, you will just shake your head.
    Your copy and paste effort is unread.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Al Hadi in Ayatollah Sane'i Demoted- No Longer An Ayatollah?   
    The notorious pseudoayatollah who called Ahmadinejad a son of a [Edited Out], is no longer an Ayatollah. What a surprise.
    Move this to the Iran forum or merge it, waste of time and space to mention him.
    There are Shia who believe they are Catholics, and where such men are sovereign, appointed for life and untouchable to indulge into whatever they see fit. Iran's political system, and its relationship with clergymen is well thought through and has the necessary checks and balances, courts and bodies to review their conduct.
    In other moves, very responsible move, for a very irresponsible marja.
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    bolbol got a reaction from faith200 in Angelina Jolie’s Contribution To Wwiii   
    Jolie works for the CFR, she is instructed on every political comment she makes. Welcome to reality.
    Her interventionist plans on Syria are similarly noted. She is a certified NATO rat, like the rebels.
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    bolbol got a reaction from ImAli in Ali Ibn Abi Talib Would Be Proud Of You   
    The supporters of FSA thuggery have a very romantic, delusional vision of what has been fed to them as the "Arab Spring". This general title in itself which seeks to flatter the reader is rooted in colonial thought. No healthy human being can call this the Arab spring, since all countries have their own geostrategic conditions, and more importantly, since uprisings centered around Arabized, non-Arab peoples. The Arab Spring did not really happen in Arab Persian Gulf regimes, they evolved around nations considered to be their extended arm, their colonial satellite states who in one way or the other, remained part of their empire, perhaps not physically but certainly ideologically.
    This is why in Syria, which has a very old culture, civilization and a cultural identity radically different from the submissive, untamed arabized peoples in North-Africa has not been succesful. Syrians, unlike North-Africans are people of reason, calmness and patience. This also explains why hundreds of mercenaries from North Africa, including weaponry were shipped to Syria, to make up for this 'wildness-deficit' in an attempt to create a Benghazi-like chaos of the country, these people were simply lacking inside of Syria (ditch the propaganda about Arabs overwhelming the non-Arab populations in those country, nearly all are non-Arabs).
    If we want to be honestly specific, we can call the recent uprising an Ajami-Spring, characterized mainly as people who were once forced to speak Arabic by their Sunni caliphates, have in the past rebelled for discriminations but never had an opportunity to emancipate, remaining under an Arab dictatorial yoke for hundreds of years. The general trajectory can be described as a minority of liberal-economy minded individuals (usually shon to be Westernized, without veils and openly products of colonial thought) going to protest, who are then upon their failure to achieve results are backed by throat slitting Wahhabites in order to topple governments which were not really that unpopular (see low turnout in case Egypt). Once this cause has been fulfilled, they are shipped elsewhere to carry out the same role in line with their historical role in for example the Roman Empire (North Africans were traditionally used as merciless, cruel mercenaries).
    This also explains why those liberals as a first line of 'opposition' found easily in the traditionally North African region are basically non-existing in Syria, since they all support Assad, and the last buffer the West has against the government are these ugly schizophrenic reapers who target anything (children and women included) on sight.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Ricky-Dee in Ali Ibn Abi Talib Would Be Proud Of You   
    The supporters of FSA thuggery have a very romantic, delusional vision of what has been fed to them as the "Arab Spring". This general title in itself which seeks to flatter the reader is rooted in colonial thought. No healthy human being can call this the Arab spring, since all countries have their own geostrategic conditions, and more importantly, since uprisings centered around Arabized, non-Arab peoples. The Arab Spring did not really happen in Arab Persian Gulf regimes, they evolved around nations considered to be their extended arm, their colonial satellite states who in one way or the other, remained part of their empire, perhaps not physically but certainly ideologically.
    This is why in Syria, which has a very old culture, civilization and a cultural identity radically different from the submissive, untamed arabized peoples in North-Africa has not been succesful. Syrians, unlike North-Africans are people of reason, calmness and patience. This also explains why hundreds of mercenaries from North Africa, including weaponry were shipped to Syria, to make up for this 'wildness-deficit' in an attempt to create a Benghazi-like chaos of the country, these people were simply lacking inside of Syria (ditch the propaganda about Arabs overwhelming the non-Arab populations in those country, nearly all are non-Arabs).
    If we want to be honestly specific, we can call the recent uprising an Ajami-Spring, characterized mainly as people who were once forced to speak Arabic by their Sunni caliphates, have in the past rebelled for discriminations but never had an opportunity to emancipate, remaining under an Arab dictatorial yoke for hundreds of years. The general trajectory can be described as a minority of liberal-economy minded individuals (usually shon to be Westernized, without veils and openly products of colonial thought) going to protest, who are then upon their failure to achieve results are backed by throat slitting Wahhabites in order to topple governments which were not really that unpopular (see low turnout in case Egypt). Once this cause has been fulfilled, they are shipped elsewhere to carry out the same role in line with their historical role in for example the Roman Empire (North Africans were traditionally used as merciless, cruel mercenaries).
    This also explains why those liberals as a first line of 'opposition' found easily in the traditionally North African region are basically non-existing in Syria, since they all support Assad, and the last buffer the West has against the government are these ugly schizophrenic reapers who target anything (children and women included) on sight.
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    bolbol got a reaction from aliasghark in Ali Ibn Abi Talib Would Be Proud Of You   
    The supporters of FSA thuggery have a very romantic, delusional vision of what has been fed to them as the "Arab Spring". This general title in itself which seeks to flatter the reader is rooted in colonial thought. No healthy human being can call this the Arab spring, since all countries have their own geostrategic conditions, and more importantly, since uprisings centered around Arabized, non-Arab peoples. The Arab Spring did not really happen in Arab Persian Gulf regimes, they evolved around nations considered to be their extended arm, their colonial satellite states who in one way or the other, remained part of their empire, perhaps not physically but certainly ideologically.
    This is why in Syria, which has a very old culture, civilization and a cultural identity radically different from the submissive, untamed arabized peoples in North-Africa has not been succesful. Syrians, unlike North-Africans are people of reason, calmness and patience. This also explains why hundreds of mercenaries from North Africa, including weaponry were shipped to Syria, to make up for this 'wildness-deficit' in an attempt to create a Benghazi-like chaos of the country, these people were simply lacking inside of Syria (ditch the propaganda about Arabs overwhelming the non-Arab populations in those country, nearly all are non-Arabs).
    If we want to be honestly specific, we can call the recent uprising an Ajami-Spring, characterized mainly as people who were once forced to speak Arabic by their Sunni caliphates, have in the past rebelled for discriminations but never had an opportunity to emancipate, remaining under an Arab dictatorial yoke for hundreds of years. The general trajectory can be described as a minority of liberal-economy minded individuals (usually shon to be Westernized, without veils and openly products of colonial thought) going to protest, who are then upon their failure to achieve results are backed by throat slitting Wahhabites in order to topple governments which were not really that unpopular (see low turnout in case Egypt). Once this cause has been fulfilled, they are shipped elsewhere to carry out the same role in line with their historical role in for example the Roman Empire (North Africans were traditionally used as merciless, cruel mercenaries).
    This also explains why those liberals as a first line of 'opposition' found easily in the traditionally North African region are basically non-existing in Syria, since they all support Assad, and the last buffer the West has against the government are these ugly schizophrenic reapers who target anything (children and women included) on sight.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Aarash_Australia in Fsa/snc Do Not Want Kurdish People To Gain Rights   
    Kurdish people are being massacred left and right by the Turks for decades.
    Perhaps it would be better if you read about the Armenian genocide.
    Turkey is a puritan, ideological state that evolves around survival of the fittest in terms of 'peoples', if you understand this, you can then proceed to understand why it supports Syrian gangsters to secure its own territories (Syrian land still occupied by Turkey), in addition to Kurds and other minorities who are persecuted on a regular day.
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    bolbol reacted to Gomnam in Who is Iranian here?   
    خدا همه ما رو بیامرزه
    و از سران فتنه 88 و منافقین و ضد انقلاب های مغرضی که اب به آسیاب دشمن ریختن نگزره
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    bolbol got a reaction from Wahdat in M.B.- Morsi Just Declared President Of Egypt.   
    What a ridiculous, absurd statement. Regardless of my views of the Zionist regime: All nationalities emerged in the early 20th century. That is because the entire idea of a 'nation' didn't exist before that period. Buffoonery in historical revisionism is why the Zionist regime survives today, stop peddling the Palestinian cause with eroded romantic propaganda.
    As for Morsi, whenever someone called an "Islamist" wears a tie, it's best to have reservations about him. Morsi is fulfilling the role of Muslim-democrat, similar to Christian-democrat in the West, these 'christian' groups have paved the way for countries in Western-Europe to become staunchly atheistic and only Christian by lip service. I believe that is why "Islamists" can participate in Egypt and elsewhere. We are already seeing this trend evolve in Turkey, where much of the metropolitan life is Western.
    A junta does not simply allow Islamist parties to participate, unless there are preconditions.
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    bolbol got a reaction from titumir in Teach Me About Iran   
    Iran as a territory that houses grand thinkers turned Islam from a reductionist ethnocentric, expansionist Arab ideology into a universal religion.
    The fascination with Iran and its inseparable link with Islam has its own explanatory power.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Golden-crowned in Iran Has Reverse-engineered U.s. Spy Drone   
    I can only laugh at the intense emotion coming from coons that support the American regime, constantly denying all evidence presented to them. Iran's engineers and hackers, along with its scientific output is among the worlds best and highest.
    From now on, it will only go down hill for the American regime, especially with the rise of the BRICS.
    Fools keep reading Post American World....
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    bolbol got a reaction from shiasoldier786 in [Closed/Review]Where Is Unity Now? Why Is Wef Not Taking Action?   
    There is no disagreement among informed individuals. Those who disagree with it will go into history as ignorant, uninformed and stubborn, no person with an internet connection, a library and access to modern media can deny the historico-political importance of WF in Islamic history.
    WF has a large chain of heavyweight scholars supporting it throughout history until today. WF is as Abbasi calls it, the accumulation of all attempts by the Prophets and Aimmah to establish a functional governance model after their departure.
    It is entirely absurd, in addition, that those who oppose it among the 'rigorous' Shia here all come impoverished secular backgrounds where hunger and criminality breeds their extremist cognitive dissonanced views, either towards the secularist uncle tom flank or turns them into Wahhabite Shiites. Iran has never been an extremist country, the people who believe in WF (and those are in the vast majority) are entirely rational and humble people and draw their conclusions from historical analysis.
    Islam will never be an object of ritualism, chest beating and hocus pocus, or as the Imam would say "Will never be confined to the museum", It is an answer to all aspects of mankind. The secularist coons, along with their Wahhabi-oriented Shiites have continuously attempted to smear this core Islamic purpose by crying foul for the illegality of barbaric blood riddled rituals, which has marginal importance compared to the political dimensions of Islam.
    This is not a discussion, the ahadith, traditions and communiques by the Aimmah, Prophet and the jurists in our history are set in stone. Discussion is only allowed within this realm, rejecting it is just like the modern (irrational) rejection of evolution which similarly contains no value for substantial discussion.
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    bolbol reacted to Wahdat in Hats Off Aljazeera!   
    blatant and offensive stupidity does.
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    bolbol reacted to Rasul in Iranian Diplomat Molests Underage Girls In Brazil   
    Seems like a propaganda...
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    bolbol got a reaction from Professor Higgins in Israeli On Big Brother Tv Show Criticizes Israel   
    The regime is trying to use him as a pawn of how 'freedom of discussion' exists in Israel, while viewers see very clearly that this man is a lone wolf.
    Don't be convinced by this type of propaganda. If he believed in anything he said he would have concluded that his only choice is to return to Poland immediately.
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    bolbol got a reaction from ShiaBen in Iran To Shut Down Internet Permanently   
    Looks at links
    Looks at thread starter
    Laughs at retarded propaganda
    Ditches thread
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    bolbol got a reaction from Golden-crowned in Iran To Shut Down Internet Permanently   
    Looks at links
    Looks at thread starter
    Laughs at retarded propaganda
    Ditches thread
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    bolbol got a reaction from Professor Higgins in Iraqi Woman's Case Imploding?   
    America is a lawless country, if it isn't the media that concocts lies for the regime, it's cops that want to avoid a hate crime fiasco and will do anything to write it off as another 'dumb muslim kills his own kind for cheating'. ABC news gets away with any 'report' without criticism from the public because there is no other to challenge them, America's media laws ensure that.
    Don't believe anything in this article from regime endorsed media.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Golden-crowned in Is Iran Racit?   
    You and BBC make a good couple.
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    bolbol got a reaction from titumir in Are Eastern Muslims More Sharif Than Western Ones?   
    People from the Middle East do not have the mental development that Western people have.
    Western people grew up with sexuality, porno, cheesburgers and trash television, it is saturated and irrelevant, as years go by, they see through the superficiality of these marketing schemes.
    For Eastern people in such a society, they are just starting to 'grow up' with those aspects.
    This is also why minorities have higher rates in crime (money worship), develop diabetes on a larger scale (junk food addiction), etc. There is no mental defence mechanism.
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    bolbol got a reaction from ShiaBen in Imam Dead In Mosque Arson In Belgium: Police   
    To understand why people blame the British empire and its cronies for the psychosis of Wahhabism and various other radical ideologies that breed death and destruction among its followers, usually utilizing poor and illiterate backgrounds, and how such colonial regimes have invested grandiosely on the dogmatism and militant development of such psychoses to its benefit requires understanding of history, which shows such movements are not exclusively anti-Iranian or anti-Shia but manifest on world scale.
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    bolbol got a reaction from ShiaBen in What Do U Think?   
    Another propaganda masterpiece from Journeyman Pictures. Bravo.
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    bolbol got a reaction from south-lebanon in Sayyed Nasrallah, Hamas Officials Meet   
    You know what is ironic. Iran doesn't need to spend a penny to keep 'influence' in the region. Its calculations are natural, if a nation becomes independent and its governing bodies retain their sovereignty, they will become pro-Iranian, this is because one who respects himself, will respect others. What we have today are American coon regimes on the virge of collapse, they are hateful of Iran, claim that it is 'massively spending money' and 'aiding evil regimes' in order to hold on to power, it is 'developing nuclear weapons' and are 'ready to destroy the world so the Mahdi will return' while in fact, it is they who are at the bad end of the rope.
    These regimes will, one way or another become the violin players of the Titanic. Any sovereign regime will respect Iran, and ditch the demagoguery hocus pocus these inferior Arab rulers have obsessed over.
    The only thing that can temporarily delay this process, is the rise of Wahhabism, a colonial design to react as a shield for its interests.
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    bolbol got a reaction from Noah- in Sayyed Nasrallah, Hamas Officials Meet   
    You know what is ironic. Iran doesn't need to spend a penny to keep 'influence' in the region. Its calculations are natural, if a nation becomes independent and its governing bodies retain their sovereignty, they will become pro-Iranian, this is because one who respects himself, will respect others. What we have today are American coon regimes on the virge of collapse, they are hateful of Iran, claim that it is 'massively spending money' and 'aiding evil regimes' in order to hold on to power, it is 'developing nuclear weapons' and are 'ready to destroy the world so the Mahdi will return' while in fact, it is they who are at the bad end of the rope.
    These regimes will, one way or another become the violin players of the Titanic. Any sovereign regime will respect Iran, and ditch the demagoguery hocus pocus these inferior Arab rulers have obsessed over.
    The only thing that can temporarily delay this process, is the rise of Wahhabism, a colonial design to react as a shield for its interests.
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    bolbol got a reaction from ImAli in Are Eastern Muslims More Sharif Than Western Ones?   
    People from the Middle East do not have the mental development that Western people have.
    Western people grew up with sexuality, porno, cheesburgers and trash television, it is saturated and irrelevant, as years go by, they see through the superficiality of these marketing schemes.
    For Eastern people in such a society, they are just starting to 'grow up' with those aspects.
    This is also why minorities have higher rates in crime (money worship), develop diabetes on a larger scale (junk food addiction), etc. There is no mental defence mechanism.
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