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3 hours ago, Zainuu said:

I don't expect better than this from Vox.

I wouldn't expect anything from Vox, as they aren't a journalism site so much as they exist (in their own words) "To explain the news" (read: tell you what to think and how to feel about a story). They are one of the worst offenders when it comes to decadent liberal propaganda & there is no amount of money that someone could pay me to take Vox seriously as a news source.

 

3 hours ago, Zainuu said:

And this is the media, but looks like a Biden govt spokesperson.

That's because they are. Obama government, Biden government... it doesn't matter as long as it's a democrat. Democrat party values line up with the "inclusive" cosmopolitan agenda that Vox and others like them exist to push. Atheistic, pro-choice, feminism, et al. They don't care that Iran has a new president but only their hopes that this president will start "liberalizing Iran" and doing things like eliminate hijab, have Iranian schools teach "sex education" to five year olds, begin pushing for "gay rights", and generally tone down the Islamic nature of the Islamic republic... basically do all of the things that Iran as an Islamic Republic would never do in a million years.

When American media talks about their high hopes for Iranian government, what they mean is they want someone who will go against the supreme leader and begin trying to "Westernize" the country & also begin supporting Israel. That's it, that's all that they care about. They want someone who will bring Jahilliya to Iran rather than a leader who will continue the revolution.

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Ebrahim Raeisi wins presidential race by landslide, preliminary results show

Saturday, 19 June 2021 6:06 AM  [ Last Update: Saturday, 19 June 2021 9:03 AM ]
 
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Iranian Deputy Interior Minister Jamal Orf said 28.6 million Iranians participated in the election, and with around 90% of the votes counted, Raeisi garnered over 17.8 million votes, followed by Mohsen Rezaei who secured 3.3 million.

Nasser Hemmati garnered 2.4 million votes, and Amir-Hossein Ghazizadeh-Hashemi won almost one million votes.

Orf said he was not offering precise figures because vote counting was still ongoing and said he was merely providing preliminary updates.

 

 

 

 
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Raeisi is associated with the Principlist camp, but he said he ran in the election this year as an independent when he announced his presidential bid last month.

He was campaigning with the slogan “Popular Administration, Strong Iran” on a platform of uprooting corruption in the executive branch, fighting poverty, creating jobs, containing inflation, and corruption.

 

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https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2021/06/19/660393/Iran-presidential-election-2021-Ebrahim-Raeisi-wins

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/6/19/iran-elections-raisis-opponents-concede-as-announcement-awaited

Evilish propaganda machine of Zionists & MEK terrorist likewise The Sun & BJP supporters channels like WION in similar fashion have called him " The Butcher" & killer of pregnant women. :ranting::threatenlumber::dwarf:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/15222305/iran-president-ebrahim-the-butcher-raisi/ 

https://digitpatrox.com/horror-acts-of-irans-next-president-ebrahim-the-butcher-raisi/

 

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7 hours ago, Lion of Shia said:

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Dagres told me.

http://www.fanousnews.com/files/fa/news/1397/6/14/306443_444.jpg   آمریکا با آفتابه ایرانی به جنگ کرونا می رود

http://cdn.mashreghnews.ir/d/2020/03/10/0/2737268.jpg

 

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Yesterday I participated in the INSS conference on Iran. None of the members of the Israeli Security Council announced that the Islamic Republic was on the verge of collapse or that regime change would take place.

In fact, the INSS CEO claimed that if regime change took place in Iran, it would not become a Jefferson democracy. He said that in that case, Iran would be in turmoil, but at least, Israel's concerns about Iran would disappear, and that is the only important issue.

This opinion can be interpreted to explain the message sent by the Israeli Prime Minister to the Iranian people on social media. Netanyahu explicitly hopes that the Iranian people will overthrow the Islamic Republic as long as Israeli concerns are allayed, but at any cost to Iran and its people.

http://www.fanousnews.com/fa/news/187218/در-کنفرانس-مؤسسه-مطالعات-امنیت-ملی-اسرائیل-درباره-ایران-چه-گذشت

https://parstoday.com/tajiki/news/world-i51815-آمریکا_با_آفتابه_ایرانی_به_جنگ_کرونا_می_رود

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"Ibrahim Raisi believes in negotiations and the continuation of the JCPOA[Barjam], but not as the main issue of the country, but as a marginal issue that should not be tied to national issues," said the Strategic Council of Raisi's supporters. In an interview with reporters in Tabriz, Sardar Alireza Afshar continued: "A negotiation that is conducted with determination and power in the interests of the Islamic Republic of Iran against the arrogant demands of global arrogance is acceptable, and if these two features are considered, Barjam or any negotiation." Other international and legal issues may be on the agenda. Raisi will act within the framework of the system[regim]'s policies and what is envisaged in foreign policies, and will emphasize public diplomacy.
In the year 96, Ra'isi considered Barjam as a respected document, of course as a cheque that should be criticized. "If the interests of the nation are secured in a contract, we have no problem, otherwise we will not be able to auction the interests of the people," he said in the last televised debate this year. The former head of the Central Bank was asked what are the benefits of Barjam, and he answered nothing! At least stick to your positions. External authority is an extension of internal authority. You can not execute Barjam . Barjam is a contract that, with its terms approved in the country, Barjam can be implemented by a powerful government. We are loyal to Barjam, which was approved by the leadership with 9 clauses, but you can not implement Barjam. Barjam needs a powerful government. Gentlemen, foreign authority is an extension of domestic authority;[producing] Chickens and eggs and incubation Such a problem can not create authority. He had not been much involved in the Barjam and the FATF in previous talks.
Raisi also said in the Dastkhat program: "One day we tied the economy to a contract and said that Barjam should be done, one day it should be tied to its implementation and another day it should be tied to its revival." The country's economy should not be tied to any of these contracts in any way. This presidential candidate has stated that he is not against negotiations and that his first priority is Iran's neighbors. Ra'isi spoke of using a kind of rationality in the world and focusing on national interests and said that one should pursue work in the world with a kind of rationality. Rationality and prudence require that we put national interests first in any case. National interests should not be overlooked anywtime.
Raisi announced the lifting of sanctions on the agenda of his possible government, but said: "Some people came to the previous debates and said that we know how to talk to the world, but a first-year student also knows that when we are negotiating, we should not say that our water drinking  depends on the negotiation or the treasury is empty! "This is a weakening of the negotiating team."

Barjam=JCPOA

https://www.3danews.ir/political/153904/آینده-برجام-پس-از-انتخابات-چه-خواهد-شد؟

 

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I knew he was gonna win just by looking at his pic, congratulations. If I was Iranian I would’ve voted for him too.

 

Edit:- Just now I checked the vote list, why less than 25 million people voted?

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9 minutes ago, Diaz said:

Edit:- Just now I checked the vote list, why less than 25 million people voted?

Perhaps people don't except much changes to the country even with new president.

I'm curious to hear what someone from Iran thinks about it and what changes they think will occur or what will he do

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29 minutes ago, Meedy said:

Perhaps people don't except much changes to the country even with new president.

I'm curious to hear what someone from Iran thinks about it and what changes they think will occur or what will he do

I know but If I’m not wrong, I think there is a fatwa saying it’s a major sin if someone did not vote, plus it’s a sin if someone votes is blank.

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16 hours ago, Diaz said:

Edit:- Just now I checked the vote list, why less than 25 million people voted?

Covid-19 kept a lot of people at home?

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Younis Hammami Lalehzar, the religious leader of Jews in Iran, speaks to Press TV at a polling station in northern Tehran.
Younis Hammami Lalehzar, the religious leader of Jews in Iran, tells Press TV that the Jewish community has been well integrated into the Iranian society despite attempts by enemies to separate them from the nation’s ranks, and the Iranian Jews, like their other compatriots, have a national duty to take part in elections.

https://www.presstv.com/election/Detail/2021/06/18/660341/Iran-Jews-Elections-

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Leaders of religious minorities in Iran cast their vote in Presidential election 2021 (photo)
Iranians from all walks of life headed for the poll since early hours on Friday June 18 to cast their vote in Presidential election 2021. Leaders of religious minorities including Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians were cast their votes in Hosseinieh Ershad Mosque in the capital Tehran.

http://www.taghribnews.com/en/gallery/508261/1/leaders-of-religious-minorities-in-iran-cast-their-vote-presidential-election-2021-photo

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9 minutes ago, Mahdavist said:

Because several candidates had been banned from running, so most of the people lost confidence in the process and didn't have any faith in the remaining candidates. 

Salam It was not due banning of several candidates in contrast It was mustly has happend due great shortcomings of reformist party & heavy propaganda & anti Iran bombardment of people by anti Iran groups likewise MKO/MEK terrorists & KSA and zionists backed  Farsi speaking media specially in social media which they have convinced people to not vote due to multiple shortcomings of reformist party in every aspects of daily life of people likewise heavy prices of everything specially fuel/gas & artificial problems in providing food likewise chicken , by same token , accusing opposite parties of reformists to masscaring so called political activists from MKO/MEK terrorists & kurd seperationis  terrorists likewise Pejak & etc with heavy focus on attacking to mr president Raisi.

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Tehran summons British envoy over attacks against Iranian voters in UK

Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned British envoy to Tehran to protest against "riotous and terrorist" acts against Iranian voters attending the Presidential election in London and Birmingham on June 18.
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The spokesperson said the Foreign Ministry official has reminded the UK ambassador that “democracy will be realized at the ballot boxes and not in the moves of a few number of rioters on the streets.”

“In the meeting, strong criticism has been leveled at the adventurous and divisive performance of the Persian-language media based in Britain, including BBC Persian and Iran International, which tried to promote a boycott of the election, encourage people to attend street protests and disrupt the process of the election through their programs and their method of covering news reports,” Khatibzadeh added.

He said, “It was also emphasized that such measures that run counter to democracy and which encourage riotous moves will be etched in the memory of Iranian people.”

The British diplomat, for his part, said that he would convey the Iranian government’s protest to officials of his country.

 

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Later on Saturday, Iran’s chargé d'affaires and deputy head of the mission to the UK, Mehdi Hossieni Matin, said three people have been arrested so far after an attack by foreign-backed affiliated terrorist groups on an Iranian woman who wanted to cast her vote in Birmingham.

In a tweet, he added that Iran’s mission is in contact with the woman and his family who were injured in the assault and noted that the terrorists are still threatening them.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran’s embassy in London will seriously pursue the case,” the diplomat emphasized.

 

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In post on its Twitter account late on Friday, the Iranian Judiciary’s High Council for Human Rights censured the Commonwealth member states such as the UK, Australia and New Zealand for failing to provide security for the Iranians voting in the presidential election at the embassies of their host countries.

Canada's government also did not allow the setting up of polling stations in the country in order for Iranian expats to participate in the election, in breach of international norms.

http://www.taghribnews.com/en/news/508511/tehran-summons-british-envoy-over-attacks-against-iranian-voters-in-uk

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Iranian Sunni cleric hails high turnout of denominations in Presidential election 2021

An Iranian Sunni scholar praised the high turnout of the people in Presidential election 2021 as the supportive voice of the nation for the current system.
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He slammed the enemies for hatching plots against Muslims and said," Enemies have three plans: to dissuade people from participation, to claims on electoral fraud and also mandatory election all of which should be foiled by high turnout of the people.

http://www.taghribnews.com/en/news/508406/iranian-sunni-cleric-hails-high-turnout-of-denominations-in-presidential-election-2021

Sunni community in Iran's border regions of Golestan Province cast ballots in Presidential election 2021 (photo)

Sunni minorities in Iran's border regions in Golestan Province flocked to the polling stations or cast their ballots in mobile ballot boxes taken to remote areas.
http://www.taghribnews.com/en/gallery/508347/1/sunni-community-in-iran-s-border-regions-of-golestan-province-cast-ballots-presidential-election-2021-photo
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Iranian expats across globe cast their ballots in Presidential election 2021 (photo)

Iranian nationals headed for 234 polling stations in 133 countries across globe to cast their ballots in Presidential election 2021. The following images are chosen from those received from the polling stations in Qatar, Turkey, South Korea, China, Japan, France, Azerbaijan, UK, Romania, Spain, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Uruguay, Russia, Austria and Tunisia.
http://www.taghribnews.com/en/gallery/508361/1/iranian-expats-across-globe-cast-their-ballots-in-presidential-election-2021-photo

Iranians in Syria cast their votes in Presidential election 2021 in Damascus (photo)

Iranians in Syria headed for polling station in the capital Damascus and other cities in the Arab country to cast their ballots in Iran's Presidential election 2021.
http://www.taghribnews.com/en/gallery/508345/1/iranians-in-syria-cast-their-votes-presidential-election-2021-damascus-photo

 

 

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"US targets any successful Iranian institution", expert

Prominent expert on international relations has condemned the latest US sanctions imposed against Iranian foundations stressing Washington's hostility with any successful institution in Iran.
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In its last days in power, Donald Trump administration has imposed new sanctions on Iranian foundations the state organization Execution of Imam Khomeini’s Order (EIKO), and Astan Quds Razavi (AQR), an organization that manages the holy shrine of Imam Reza, the eighth Shia Imam.
 
Foad Izadi noted," Since early days of the Islamic Revolution, the US aimed to topple the system in Iran; hence, it has been and will be in pursuit of damaging any institution which contributes to cultural, economic and political promotion of our country."

 

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"The United States believes that a reason for victory of the Islamic Revolution, its stability and promotion of Iran is due to the religious morale among Iranian people" said Foad Izadi and noted the efforts to challenge the religious beliefs among Iranians.
 
The US has blacklisted two Iranian foundations and their subsidies, claiming the institutions kept the ownership over large parts of the country’s economy.

He referred to affection of world Muslims, particularly the Shia community, for the eighth Shia Imam, Imam Reza (عليه السلام) and noted the achievements and global popularity of the holy shrine as a reason behind US sanctions against the holy site.

http://www.taghribnews.com/en/interview/490139/us-targets-any-successful-iranian-institution-expert

 

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World leaders felicitate Iran's President-elect Raeisi on victory

Leaders from across the globe have issued messages on victory of Iran's President-elect Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi in June 18 election.
http://www.taghribnews.com/en/news/508532/world-leaders-felicitate-iran-s-president-elect-raeisi-on-victory
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President-elect Raeisi vows forming a hardworking, anti-corruption administration

Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raeisi has hailed Iranian nation over "historic" and "passionate" turnout in June 18 election and vowed to fulfill his pledges on formation of a "hardworking and anti-corruption" administration.

“Dear Iranian nation! You made good on your pledge yesterday with all honesty, and today, it is the turn of…this servant of yours to honor the pledge I made to you and not be negligent, event for a single second, in serving you.” Raeisi said.

“Dear people of Iran, just as I entered the election [scene] independently, God willing, I will form a hard-working, revolutionary, and anti-corruption administration, with the backing of your votes and the unique trust you put in me,” he added.

As the “central mission of the Islamic Revolution,” he added, his administration would move toward establishing justice and launching a great campaign of providing service to the Iranians.

Raeisi also expressed gratitude for all those in charge of holding the election, journalists, media workers, and social media activists, who pave the way for a “vigorous turnout” in the election, despite all the acts of mischief on the part of enemies.

http://www.taghribnews.com/en/news/508507/president-elect-raeisi-vows-forming-a-hardworking-anti-corruption-administration

 

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7 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Covid-19 kept a lot of people at home?

Isn’t it a sin not to vote tho?

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16 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam It was not due banning of several candidates in contrast It was mustly has happend due great shortcomings of reformist party & heavy propaganda & anti Iran bombardment of people by anti Iran groups likewise MKO/MEK terrorists & KSA and zionists backed  Farsi speaking media specially in social media which they have convinced people to not vote due to multiple shortcomings of reformist party in every aspects of daily life of people likewise heavy prices of everything specially fuel/gas & artificial problems in providing food likewise chicken , by same token , accusing opposite parties of reformists to masscaring so called political activists from MKO/MEK terrorists & kurd seperationis  terrorists likewise Pejak & etc with heavy focus on attacking to mr president Raisi.

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Brother, why not admit that large pans of a population are disappointed rather than always bringing this MEK and Kurd stuff into the debate? 

It's the same everywhere, yesterday France saw 66% of abstention in regional vote. 

Why people do not want to consider that maybe after two centuries, with more downs than ups, the Democratic model has showed its limits, be it in old or new Republics? 

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On 6/20/2021 at 5:59 AM, Diaz said:

I knew he was gonna win just by looking at his pic, congratulations. If I was Iranian I would’ve voted for him too.

 

Edit:- Just now I checked the vote list, why less than 25 million people voted?

I believe there are 2 clear reasons:

1. Covid.

2. BBC Persian and other Western media outlets which promote anti-Iranian and islamophobic manipulation are not censored enough, if at all, in the country.

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On 6/20/2021 at 5:59 AM, Diaz said:

I knew he was gonna win just by looking at his pic, congratulations. If I was Iranian I would’ve voted for him too.

 

Edit:- Just now I checked the vote list, why less than 25 million people voted?

Also just wanted to say that the recent French election witnessed a lower percentage of participation.

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15 hours ago, Diaz said:

Isn’t it a sin not to vote tho?

I'm no longer legally allowed to vote and I'm not sure if I'm ever going to get my rights restored even when this whole fracas is said and done. Supposedly in Florida you can get your right to vote back after you get out of prison/off of probation, but something tells me that the Republicans who control the state are going to make it obscenely difficult for people with a criminal background to get their right to vote restored.

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9 hours ago, realizm said:

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Brother, why not admit that large pans of a population are disappointed rather than always bringing this MEK and Kurd stuff into the debate? 

It's the same everywhere, yesterday France saw 66% of abstention in regional vote. 

Why people do not want to consider that maybe after two centuries, with more downs than ups, the Democratic model has showed its limits, be it in old or new Republics? 

Salam I have not denied disappoinment of people  from government  specially after 8 year shortcomings  of reformist party & betraying  of hardliners  likewise Ahmadinejad  & other groups  likewise of them but MEK terrorist  & coalition  of Saudi-Zionist-wahawk Americans  has benefited from this situation for increasing  diassapointment of people of Iran  from doing any good deed & resistace against them which number of people whom consider that Democratic model has faild is increasing  everyday in Iran but goal of people of Iran from doing revolutionary  was not establishing  a Democratic  model but in other hand was for obeying  WF for fighting  with corruption  & Injustice  & in advance preparation  of situation  for reappearance  of Imam Mahdi (aj) whether by a democracy  or theocrasy or any other form of government  but slogan of system doesn't  match shortcomings  of government  specially in past eight years which reformist  party has focused on form of government  & democracy  model for satsfaction of foreign countries  instead of serving people in daily life & helping people  in all ups and downs which has increased  dissapointment of people after their sacrifices  for revolution  & standing  against  enemies  which only few people likewise martyr  general Suleymani (رضي الله عنه) have revived hope in heart of people by removing  threat of enemies & helping people in all disasters inside of Iran instead of government  which election  of mr Raisi was a big no  to all enemies  & keeping hope for following  way of  martyr  general Suleymani ra) .

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11 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam I have not denied disappoinment of people  from government  specially after 8 year shortcomings  of reformist party & betraying  of hardliners  likewise Ahmadinejad  & other groups  likewise of them but MEK terrorist  & coalition  of Saudi-Zionist-wahawk Americans  has benefited from this situation for increasing  diassapointment of people of Iran  from doing any good deed & resistace against them which number of people whom consider that Democratic model has faild is increasing  everyday in Iran but goal of people of Iran from doing revolutionary  was not establishing  a Democratic  model but in other hand was for obeying  WF for fighting  with corruption  & Injustice  & in advance preparation  of situation  for reappearance  of Imam Mahdi (aj) whether by a democracy  or theocrasy or any other form of government  but slogan of system doesn't  match shortcomings  of government  specially in past eight years which reformist  party has focused on form of government  & democracy  model for satsfaction of foreign countries  instead of serving people in daily life & helping people  in all ups and downs which has increased  dissapointment of people after their sacrifices  for revolution  & standing  against  enemies  which only few people likewise martyr  general Suleymani (رضي الله عنه) have revived hope in heart of people by removing  threat of enemies & helping people in all disasters inside of Iran instead of government  which election  of mr Raisi was a big no  to all enemies  & keeping hope for following  way of  martyr  general Suleymani ra) .

:salam:

That's what I mean. Preparing the grounds for Imam Mahdi (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف) may not be fully compatible with the Democratic model. 

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On 6/21/2021 at 9:49 AM, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam It was not due banning of several candidates in contrast It was mustly has happend due great shortcomings of reformist party & heavy propaganda & anti Iran bombardment of people by anti Iran groups likewise MKO/MEK terrorists & KSA and zionists backed  Farsi speaking media specially in social media which they have convinced people to not vote due to multiple shortcomings of reformist party in every aspects of daily life of people likewise heavy prices of everything specially fuel/gas & artificial problems in providing food likewise chicken , by same token , accusing opposite parties of reformists to masscaring so called political activists from MKO/MEK terrorists & kurd seperationis  terrorists likewise Pejak & etc with heavy focus on attacking to mr president Raisi.

Salaam,

Though, the choice of candidates seems to be logical and definitely it is not like the fake propaganda calls it 'picking up candidates by Supreme Leader', may I know what is the criteria of the Guardian Council to accept or reject a candidate?

For Example, Ali Larijani was being seen as a strong candidate, why was he disqualified?

The problem with the lack of transperancy is that even if a candidate has a huge popularity, the significance of his victory is undermined when his strong opponents get rejected. 

Sayyid Raesi would have won even if these disqualifications would not have happened because he was the most popular person in politics. Even the survey of 2019 by University of Maryland shows that. Plus, the stepping down of Saeed Jalili and endorsing Sayyid Raesi in the last moment was also helpful.

The enemies will do propaganda wherever they see a chance.

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18 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

revolutionary  was not establishing  a Democratic  model but in other hand was for obeying  WF for fighting  with corruption  & Injustice  & in advance preparation  of situation  for reappearance  of Imam Mahdi (aj)

Exactly!!!  I would say that Iran should not care about this 'democratic model' thing. It is a propaganda. 

Elections happened in France and the turn out was 32%. But offcourse who can question the regime of monarch/Crown Prince/Emir/Shehanshah Macron. 

Almost 45% of Americans have not voted for a long time. 

So, the democratic model is failing in every country. Iran should not entertain this nonsense AT ALL. And the democratic model is practically not even a 100% possible. Free democracy doesn't exist. The political system in every 'democratic country' today is controlled by the elite class. 

From Chomsky's Hegemony or Survival, this is the truth of 'democratic model':

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Wilson's view was that an elite of gentlemen with elevated ideals must be empowered to preserve stability and righteousness.

Walter Lippmann said in his essays on democracy:

Public must be put in it's place. That goal can be achieved in part through manufacture of consent, a self-conscious art and regular organ of popular government. This revolution in the practice of democracy should enable a specialized class to manage the common interests that very largely elude public opinion entirely. The responsible men who are the proper decision-makers must live free of the trampling and the roar of a bewildered herd. These ignorant and meddlesome outsiders are to be spectators, not participants.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Zainuu said:

For Example, Ali Larijani was being seen as a strong candidate, why was he disqualified?

The problem with the lack of transperancy is that even if a candidate has a huge popularity, the significance of his victory is undermined when his strong opponents get rejected. 

Sayyid Raesi would have won even if these disqualifications would not have happened because he was the most popular person in politics. Even the survey of 2019 by University of Maryland shows that. Plus, the stepping down of Saeed Jalili and endorsing Sayyid Raesi in the last moment was also helpful.

The enemies will do propaganda wherever they see a chance.

Salam ,According to some reports Larijani's daughter is living in Clivland ,America  as a physician  for professional  study.

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For the first time, Fars News Agency wrote: "One of the reasons for the delay in reviewing the eligibility of candidates is to discuss the residence status of the child of one of the most famous candidates in the United States in terms of residence and citizenship and other matter of discussion  is about confirmation 
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  Larijani's daughter in the United States, her father's opponents in Iran

Following the announcement of Larijani's dismissal, there have been many speculations, including his daughter's residence abroad, and some have cited this issue as the reason for Larijani's disapproval. Concerned fundamentalist media have attacked Ali Larijani made his daughter's stay in another country as subject of destruction.

https://www.eghtesadnews.com/بخش-اخبار-سایر-رسانه-ها-61/415519-فرقی-بین-دختر-زاکانی-لاریجانی-وجود-دارد-آقازاده-های-اصولگرا-در-خارج-مرزها

About mr Saeed Jalili which  he has had same plans and viewpoints in similar  fashion  of Sayyid Raesi which has caused voters can make up f their mind about voting him or Sayyid Raesi also in other hand after resignation of one of reformists candiates  in favor of other reformist  candidate for increasing number of   mr Hemmati so Saeed Jalili who has nearly support of up to 3 percent  of voters has resigned  in favor of Sayyid Raesi for neutralization  the reformists tactic for increasing  number of their votes.

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3 hours ago, Zainuu said:

The enemies will do propaganda wherever they see a chance.

I couldn't  agree more however even if mr Larijani has been one of candidates and the other two reformist would have resigned in his favor total sum up of all of his votes was equal  to votes of mr Hemmati but as usual enemies are trying to show reformist  party as moderators and Sayyid Raesi  as a hardliner who has elected by intervention  of Supreme  Leader .

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Again, the whole reason why American Govt has such an axe to grind against Iran, is that the Iranian Revolution defeated and threw out the CIA's activity in the country since Operation Ajax put the puppet shah back in power.

Same reason why the American Govt hates North Korea: North Korea beat them in a war.

The American Govt, which ordinary people have NO influence on, throws a temper tantrum every time another country exercises sovereignty over their own affairs and then goes crying to the UN (which the US essentially owns) about "sanctions" to stop countries that won't play ball with America from developing and being successful. It's remarkably immoral and I hate it, but if I say this to the "representative" in my district, they'll just ignore me because I'm not the person cutting the checks for their reelection campaign and sending them on trips, taking them to dinner, and generally making "lobbying efforts" (READ: bribing them) to get my way.

America is not a democracy. America began to get rid of democracy in the 1980s, continued to parcel out government power to private corporations in the 90s under Clinton, and then rang in the end of democracy and beginning of the corporate police state by the CIA demolishing two towers in NYC on live television and blaming it on "Islam". Even if I believed that two jetliners were capable of demolishing the World Trade Center, those "hijackers" were funded by America's ally: Saudi Arabia.

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