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Monday, June 30, 2003
 
TRADE : NO NUKES VS. SCORES





1- France arrested Iranian opposition leaders.French police launched a major swoop on Tuesday on a left-wing Iranian exile group based near Paris, detaining over 160 sympathizers for questioning about possible terrorism links and seizing $1.3 million.Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy said the People's Mujahideen, the main armed opposition to Iran's Islamic leaders, wanted to turn its premises near Paris into a "rear base" after losing its guerrilla base in Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion.Among those detained was Maryam Rajavi, wife of Mujahideen founder Massoud Rajavi and head of the exile umbrella group National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), police said.

2-Tehran praised the arrests...."This is a positive step taken by France and we are expecting these people to be handled like other dangerous terrorists," ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said.

3-At a summit in Porto Carras, Greece, European Union leaders also weighed in, demanding Iran come clean on its nuclear program and warned of possible trade ramifications for Tehran.

3-France & Iran : There ain't no trades.

4-Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said Straw's visit had not brought the possibility of Iran signing the IAEA protocol any closer, but that dialogue remained open."We are ready to consider the concerns of European countries but it cannot be one-sided. They should clarify what will happen if we sign this protocol. Both sides should pay attention to each others' concerns," he told a news conference.

What's the moral conclusion comparing these,in your opinion?

Source of news : Reuters

 
FOOD STRIKE OF IRANIAN STUDENTS









This strike was held up by Isfahan University students in protest to government's performance against them.Fortunately,it was broken up today,for there was some worry about the students' health.I myself am so glad that the strike has been put aside.I believe this is not the way.All of us should give our hands together to start a basic change and that would be possible in a long period of time.Iran is not a western country ;Here the governors don't care about food strikes,so why should my colleagues harm themselves?We should pay for it in another way,pals.
"We will still follow our demands."asserted the strikers.



Saturday, June 28, 2003
 
SOLIDARITY

What Lady Sun has expressed in the following,exactly goes toghether with what I had mentioned it here in my notes :
"I don't see any point in revolutionary riots. I believe we have to go gradually with the reform, start changes from the basic structures of the society, and we should start it from ourselves. I see no alternative for the present regime for the time being; any government is going to be the same for our country unless we change. Unless we change ourselves, nothing will change. History has proven to us that, at least in our country, democracy is unreachable by the help of a foreign power. If we want change, reform, or whatever, we have to gain it ourselves, and we should not beg it from a foreign power. "




Friday, June 27, 2003
 
TRAGEDY IN SOCCER WORLD





Last night when I was watching a soccer match between Cameroon and Colombia,a horrible and shocking event occured.Marc Vivien-Foe,one of the famous cameroon players,whom I know him and remember plays in Lyon and Manchester City,collapsed suddenly right in the middle of the pitch,without running into anyone.The players kicked the ball out in order to let the doctors aid him.At that moment,I felt that he'd fainted cuz of the heat of the weather or going down of his pressure,but my father said to me that the circumstances were somehow different out there.He was breathing hard;His chest was going up and down rapidly.The first-aid team took him outside the pitch and there,they put a thing between his teeth and decided to take him to hospital.I told my brother that I think things would gonna be ok,but after hours I heard that he'd passed away.I heard that his former French teammates in Lyon had wept alongside with fans,players,friends and managers.May God Bless His Soul In Peace.

: " Cameroon midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe died Thursday after collapsing in the heat while playing in the Confederations Cup semifinal against Colombia. The 28-year-old player fell to his knees in the 71st minute of the game, which was played in temperatures in the low 90s. He was lapsing into unconsciousness when he was carried off the field on a stretcher to the sideline, where he received treatment, including mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and oxygen.After 45 minutes of unsuccessful attempts to revive him at the stadium first-aid station, Foe was pronounced dead, FIFA said. "

The full story...



French striker Thierry Henry shows his emotion during a short ceremony in memory of Marc Vivien Foe



Gregory Coupet, goalkeeper of France's national soccer team, cries in memory of Marc Vivien Foe



A football shirt portraying a fan's tribute hangs outside Machester City's Stadium, Maine Road, Manchester, in memory of the late Cameroon player Marc-Vivien Foe, June 27, 2003.


Thursday, June 26, 2003
 
INDIVIDUAL AND PERSONAL FROM INSIDE IRAN

The Christian Science Monitor : " Most bloggers write from inside Iran, so their personal journals cannot be branded as American-backed by Islamic conservatives, who for the first time last month began blocking pornography and other websites deemed obscene or subversive. "

 
ST.ANGER





Recently I downloaded St.Anger video of Metallica,shooted in St.Quentin jail.The directing of Malloy bros. is quite good ( but has a long way to reach to genius Matt Mahurin,the director of Unforgiven,Unforgiven || and King Nothing ).The thing that hurts me is that you know,I hasn't adapted myself with the arrival of Rob as the new bassist replacing Jason,and I've written about it before.The theme of the song,with a heavy drumming of Lars and magnificent voice of James, is somehow similar to those of early 80's,specially Kill 'em All album.But there's a surprising note about the song : There's almost no solos for Kirk ! and this was the point that my brother mentioned me.His outstanding solos are inseparable part of metallica's epic and everlasting songs like in Wherever I may Roam that always reminds me of Arabian nights.But there's a fact and that's I LOVE METALLICA.

Lyrics :

Saint Anger 'round my neck
Saint Anger 'round my neck
He never gets respect
Saint Anger 'round my neck

(You flush it out, you flush it out)
Saint Anger 'round my neck
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
He never gets respect
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
Saint Anger 'round my neck
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
He never gets respect

Fuck it all and no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
I need a voice to let myself
To let myself go free.
Fuck it all and fuckin' no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
Medallion noose, I hang myself.
Saint Anger 'round my neck

I feel my world shake
Like an earthquake
Hard to see clear
Is it me? Is it fear?

I'm madly in anger with you (x4)

Saint Anger 'round my neck
Saint Anger 'round my neck
He never gets respect
Saint Anger 'round my neck

(You flush it out, you flush it out)
Saint Anger 'round my neck
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
He never gets respect
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
Saint Anger 'round my neck
(You flush it out, you flush it out)
He never gets respect

Fuck it all and no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
I need a voice to let myself
To let myself go free.
Fuck it all and fuckin' no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
Medallion noose, I hang myself.
Saint Anger 'round my neck

I feel my world shake
Like an earthquake
Hard to see clear
Is it me? Is it fear?

I'm madly in anger with you (x4)

...and I want my anger to be healthy
...and I want my anger just for me
...and I need my anger not to control
...and I want my anger to be me

...and I need to set my anger free
...and I need to set my anger free
...and I need to set my anger free
...and I need to set my anger free

SET IT FREE

Fuck it all and no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
I need a voice to let myself
To let myself go free.
Fuck it all and fuckin' no regrets,
I hit the lights on these dark sets.
Medallion noose, I hang myself.
Saint Anger 'round my neck

I feel my world shake
Like an earthquake
Hard to see clear
Is it me? Is it fear?

I'm madly in anger with you (x4)


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MIGRATION OF NONBLOGGER TO NEW BLOGGER !




Yesterday :When I wanted to update my blog,I came across this message : "11:00 AM PDT: Your blog is currently being converted to a new-and-improved version of Blogger.
Please bear with us. It should be back in a couple hours."

Today : "Welcome to the New Blogger!
Your blogs have been migrated to the new, completely redesigned Blogger. Most of the functionality will be familiar as we've built this version to be a more reliable, easier way to manage your blog."

I think working with this one would be much easier.

Sunday, June 22, 2003
 
NO EXAMS








Do pens and chairs have meaning without students?
Pictures of yesterday's demo in the management faculty of Tehran University.



It's written on the board : " Due to the attack to the dormitory of Tehran University and arrestment of innocent students,we demand the exams to be revoked till the freedom of our friends. "

 
HAND IN HAND FOR FREEDOM







Pictures of today's demo in our university,Tehran University,in front of the mosque of university,for the sake of freedom of our arrested colleagues.The demonstrators declared that they would embargo the exams till the colleagues would be free.
"My telephone has been under control for years,like my son's;We don't have anything to hide;All of our things are obvious and clear;I know that my son hasn't got any role in these protests;I got dissapointed from you and the minister;I'm dissapointed from the president and even myself;My only hope is Iranain people;"said shirzad,Isfahan MP, whose son was arrested in the campus and taken away a couple of days ago,addressing our headmaster."We've got nothing to lose;I am going to refuge in the mosque of Tehran University due to the arrestment of the students and my son;No matter.They can come and arrest me like my son."



 
THERE AIN'T NO CHARISMATIC LEADER

: " The spooks and dips believe that democratic revolution in Iran is unlikely because the revolutionary forces have no charismatic leader — no Walesa, no Havel, no Robespierre, no Jefferson — and without revolutionary leaders, revolutions do not occur. Our deep thinkers fear that if we supported the rebels, we would risk a replay of the abortive uprisings in Poland and Hungary in the 1950s and 1960s.
But Iran today is not at all comparable to Central Europe half a century ago, or for that matter to revolutionary France of America in the 18th century, or Russia on the eve of the Bolshevik Revolution. In all those cases, the revolutionaries were a distinct minority, and only a combination of dynamic leadership and foreign support could bring down the regimes.
"

I disagree with Mr.Ledeen.The intelligence about iran is somehow exaggerated and rotten.The L.A.based iranian TV channels claimed that about 500,000 people had gathered over here in streets,but that is something we ourselves know it's not true.Iranian ordinary people are conservative ones.They don't want their job,repetition and comfortable life to be threatened.During recent protests,they didn't even bother themselves to get out of their cars and only decided to horn! or even stood beside the street and watched the students ! They come right now for having fun and adventure for a while,not for direct political purposes.They come for clapping,whispering,laughing,and watching anti-riot police,the plain-clothes and so on.Any kind of change in the regime needs a powerful and charismatic leadership.You know,although I hate the fuckin' 1979 revolution of iran,but I should confess that it was Khomeini's innate charisma that put the excitement of people in the way that he himself wanted (even with remote leadership from France while in his exile).Not only me,but also anyone in iran acclaims this matter.However,I assert that I've been always against that revolution,and blamed anybody involved in it.We've been people who always seek for a sudden change,not a basic,gradual and logical one.



So unlike Ledeen,I say that Iran today is comparable to Central Europe half a century ago, or for that matter to revolutionary France of America in the 18th century, or Russia on the eve of the Bolshevik Revolution,becuase although almost all the people of iran are against this regime like me myself,but like all those cases, the real devoted iranian revolutionaries are a distinct minority and sparse (like the university students) but the potential disagreement is so much high, and only a combination of dynamic and charismatic leadership ( for gathering and organizing the protests and bringing people to the front line and giving hope to them ) and foreign support can bring down the regime.This seems the only way.

Friday, June 20, 2003
 
LETTER TO KOFI ANNAN





His Excellency Kofi Annan, UN Secretary General, New York,

In the last few days widespread demonstrations by students and other freedom loving Iranians have been taking place in protest against the policy of suppression by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The continuation and intensification of the violent and despotic policies of the Islamic Republic's regime have frustrated the overwhelming majority of Iranian people and this public discontent has now been manifested in the spontaneous demonstrations of the young and students. The demonstrators have specifically stressed humanitarian and democratic demands in their slogans and have requested the freedom of political prisoners and holding of a referendum and free elections.
These demonstrations have been ruthlessly suppressed by the forces of the Islamic Republic. Hundreds have been injured, hundreds more have been arrested and a large number of demonstrators have gone missing. This suppression has intensified after the speech by [...] on Thursday 12 June in which he threatened that the demonstrators would receive the same treatment as they did on 14 July 1999. The police forces have occupied student halls, the entrance by reporters to the university campuses and student halls has been restricted or banned and government backed armed vigilantes have viciously attacked students and demonstrators.
Four years ago on 9 July 1999 a similar vicious attack by government backed forces took place against students. On that day armed police and government backed vigilantes attacked students with firearms and other weapons, leaving at least one dead and tens of students injured. This savage attack prompted widespread protests by students. Four days later and in response to these protests[ ...]ordered a crackdown on the students and labelled them Mohareb. This term is defined in the penal code of the Islamic Republic as a capital crime punishable by death and has been used repeatedly to issue death sentences against opponents of the regime.
After this edict was issued more than one thousand students were arrested, many of them were tortured, several of them sentenced to death and tens of others to life-term imprisonment. The death sentences were commuted after worldwide protests but those who were convicted together with a number of other students are still in jail after suffering severe torture.
Now [...] has threatened the student demonstrators with the same fate and this time because of the extent of the demonstrations his threats may have more grave consequences. The effect of this threat has already become apparent and the armed thugs under his command have attacked the youth and the demonstrators. If the world community does not take an urgent and timely action it is feared that the Iranian regime may observe no limits in its suppression of the demonstrators.
With regard to the above, we the undersigned request your urgent help so that another human tragedy can be prevented before the Islamic Republic's regime causes a bloodbath in Iran. Protests and demonstrations are a democratic right of the Iranian people and it is a duty of the world democrats to defend this right. We ask you as a responsible authority to respond to this appeal:
1)Condemn the inhumane crimes of the Islamic Republic of Iran and demand that it stops the suppression and use of violence against the demonstrators.
2)Send immediately an international team to observe the situation in Iran.
3)Support the general demand of the Iranian people for a referendum and free elections observed by international organisations.
Please act urgently so that another human tragedy can be prevented in time.
Yours sincerely,

 
POSTPONED DUE TO ...

After a couple of days challenge between the students and the authorities,the final exams of my brother's university,Elm o Sanat University (which is known as IUST in international educational interactions) was postponed to September . He told me that yesterday that was friday and our official holiday,a lot of students were in the campus coming for signing a form related to this matter.Last week,the students had some demonstration and even had broken the main entry gate of the university.Anyway,things are ok for them now.

Thursday, June 19, 2003
 
THIRD WAVE

Neema has written about Iranian English bloggers :

Hossein posted an interesting list of Iranians who blog in English....This list might provide a peek into what the Iranian youth are blogging about. But most likely the English blogs are quite different from the Persian ones. The English blogs are mostly ex-pats and immigrants who don't really know what the feelings are on the streets of Tehran. There are probably very few first hand accounts.
 
DOMINO





You Big Mouth,You ! : " Iranians Fight for Freedom.The domino is teetering. July 9 is the general strike. "

 
THE IRANIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' NATIONAL ANTHEM





MY PRIMARY-SCHOOL COLLEAGUE

My primary-school colleague,
You're with me and along with me,
The alphabet stick is above our heads,
You're my spite and my woe,
Our names have been carved,
On the body of this blackboard,
The hit of the stick of injustice and tyranny,
Has remained on our body,
All the grass of the plain of our not being cultural,
Is weedy,
Its people's hearts are dead,
If it's good,it'll be good,
If it's bad,it'll be bad,
Our hands should,
Tear these curtains up,
Who can except me and you,
Cure our pain?

My primary-school colleague,
You're with me and along with me,
The alphabet stick is above our heads,
You're my spite and my woe,
Our names have been carved,
On the body of this blackboard,
The hit of the stick of injustice and tyranny,
Has remained on our body

Listen to :

Wednesday, June 18, 2003
 
PERMALINK

: " ali has photos up, from the dormitories, but you may not want to look. (And the permalink is taking it to the wrong place. They're on the front page today, dated Tuesday, June 17. Should be in the next week's archives when they post, I guess?) "

This link of blogs.salon.com to me really was a good note.However,it's out of my control.You know,the permalink of my posts right now don't match with the related one and sounds like not getting updated yet.I'd be grateful if to be linked with my url till I get rid of the error.I really apologize to you for probable errors caused by blogger.
Thanks to salon.com for the link.
 
VOICES FROM TEHRAN IN ENGLISH

Silent Running has linked to me ,writing about Iranian bloggers running English blogs from inside of Iran :

" A lot of beautifully designed pages. A lot of blogspot blogs. Moveable Type blogs. Even an Iranian designed .asp content management system (and a couple of blogs using it), all in Farsi. As the article Jarvis links to indicated, a lot of women bloggers - no exact number kept to give a percentage, which would be unrepresentative anyway, but it seemed to be running almost 3 to 1 female to male.
A lot of extracted song lyrics, even on the Farsi blogs - most of the songs melencholy, or dark. Nobody tell Metallica how many Iranians are extracting the darker portions of some of their tunes. Quite a few postings of the series of pictures of the injuries to some of the students in the latest round of protests.
Winnowing down the list, these are the voices speaking to us from Tehran, in English - there are probably more, but its going to take more than one person doing a random sampling to bring them to our attention, although I intend to keep searching. I've purposely omitted the blogs that Jarvis listed which are written by Iranians currently located out of the country - although they are good pipelines for relayed information.
"

Courtesy of Silent Running.
 
WE ARE THE WORLD



a demo in Amir Kabir University.
By the way,it seems that our exams are gonna be held up both in the next week and on September.That's because our university just let the students who've got room in the dorm,choose one of the above choices,but those who live in tehran must take part in exams.On the other hand some of our professors have asserted that they'll deliver only one exam paper for all of us and this would lead into Sep. exams then.

 
THE POWER OF LINKS

Jeff Jarvis has linked to me in his magnificent blog, buzzmachine ,about iran protests :

"Drums are beating for something happening in Iran on July 9, when prodemocracy demonstrations are planned.
Andrew Sullivan calls for turning blogwide attention on Iran leading up to July 9. I'm all for that. He asks bloggers to make their own plans and send them to him.
My plan: I will continue to link to prominent bloggers from Iran who write in English and I suggest that you start doing the same. As our network of links widen, we will bring more of the world's attention to these people, some of whom are reporting from the scene; they are Iran's Salam Paxes. And as I've learned from doing this, we will also build bridges of communication and understanding (don't worry, I won't be cueing the Pete Seger music). That is our greatest power, our only power and their only power: the power of our links.
"

Courtesy of Jeff Jarvis.
 
BRITAIN : THE OLD CUNNING FOX

: " It is a fact, like it or not, that the world of Islam regards the West and its intentions with the deepest suspicion. With that in mind consider the following conversation I had with an Iranian colleague. We were talking about the events in Teheran and I was 'boosting for Britain' criticising the government for not doing more, saying we should do this we should do that, we should do the other. He looked me straight in the eye and said "Does it never occur to the West just to shut the f--k up? Afghanistan is still a mess, Iraq has is fallen apart and now you want to screw us over too?" "

I emphasize again that the way of change is putting iran government into pressure for halting nuclear plans and paying more attention to human rights.This is all we want from the west.After that,just leave us alone.
 
ARRESTMENTS





The name of my colleagues who've been under arrest since monday :

1-Mahmood Mohammadinik
2-Vahidreza Ghadamyari
3-mohammadreza Jamalirad
4-Amirhossein Etemadi
5-Mohammadhossein Ajdadi
6-Saeed Ghaseminezhad

It's surprising that Tehran University vice-president says that even Intelligence Ministery,who's responsible for any kind of arrestments all over the country, wonders about the source of these arrestments which were made within the campus of the university !


Tuesday, June 17, 2003
 
DIE , DIE MY DARLING





Die, die, die my darling
Don't utter a single word
Die, die, die my darling
Just shut your pretty eye

I'll be seeing you again
I'll be seeing you... in Hell

Don't cry to me oh baby
Your future's in an oblong box, yeah
Don't cry to me oh baby
Should have seen it a-coming on
Don't cry to me oh baby
I don't know it was in your power
Don't cry to me oh baby
Dead-end girl for a dead-end guy
Don't cry to me oh baby
Now your life drains on the floor
Don't cry to me oh baby

Die, die, die my darling
Don't utter a single word
Die, die, die my darling
Just shut your pretty mouth

I'll be seeing you again
I'll be seeing you in Hell


Don't cry to me oh baby
Your future is in an oblong box
Don't cry to me oh baby
Should have seen the end a-coming on, a-coming
Don't cry to me oh baby
I don't know it was in your power
Don't cry to me oh baby
Dead-end girl for a dead-end guy
Don't cry to me oh baby
Now your life drains on the floor
Don't cry to me oh baby

Die, die, die my darling
Don't utter a single word
Die, die, die my darling
Just shut your pretty mouth

I'll be seeing you again
I'll be seeing you in Hell

I'm sure if there would be a day that the iranian ought to choose a leader after this regime between Reza Pahlavi,the son of iran ex-king,(enjoying himself in beverley hills ) and Pat & Mat ,the choice will definitely be Pat & Mat,my loves ! Yeah !!



Listen to the one-minute snippet . ( Courtesy of Metallica )
 
ENTER THE EU

: " The European Union will probably halt talks aimed at improving trade with Iran unless the country allows more intrusive inspections of its nuclear facilities and makes progress on human rights... "

: " Mr Straw said the EU was urging Iran to sign up to a new protocol allowing more sweeping nuclear inspections.And it had been offering better trade links with Europe in exchange for progress on human rights and weapons inspections.If there was not progress on those areas then it was "highly probable that European ministers will decide to have to park the negotiations on the trade and cooperation agreement". "
 
A REVOLUTION TO BE ?



Monday, June 16, 2003
 
EXAMS , DAMN EXAMS





Today I heard from my friends in the faculty that about 120 students who had participated in yesterday demo for postponin the final exams,most of them of art students,have been arrested while leaving the university and there's still nothing heard of them !
Apparantly the exams are to be postponed to September only for the dormitory students,not for the ones livin in tehran,and this is the worst thing for me ! cuz I'm not that much prepared,and somehow involved in the space of anxiety and being worried of these days,and saturday I'm gonna have an exam which is of a giant volume !!Anyway,This decision isn't logical because there should be 2 different exams and then there may appear prejudice if one of them becomes difficult,and then the problems will continue even in the new semester.The best way is to postpone the exams completely.Everything'll be clear tomorrow.

 
BLOOD BATH

: " Islamic vigilantes wielding machetes and knives attacked students in their dormitories, provoking further violent clashes. "

Broken doors and bloody walls,
Now there are executioners standing in the passages,
With a bloody club and masher in their hands








Sunday, June 15, 2003
 
INTERNATIONAL FORCE = THE U.S. FORCE

: " Iran's clerical leaders are facing pressure from both inside and outside the country after days of increasingly violent student protests on the streets of Tehran and a growing campaign by Washington to destabilise and possibly even overthrow the government.
The rhetoric from senior members of the Bush administration has been growing ever louder. The National Security Adviser, Condoleezza Rice, last week lambasted Iran on three counts - moving towards a nuclear weapons programme, hosting al-Qa'ida operatives and "stirring trouble" among the Shias of southern Iraq. The nuclear issue appears to be genuine and will be the subject of a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency this week.The al-Qa'ida charge seems more dubious, since the operatives in question appear to have entered only a remote mountainous region near the Afghan and Pakistani borders. The Bush administration has nevertheless seized on it as an excuse to break off its contacts with the reformist wing of the Tehran government. At the same time, the Pentagon has negotiated a ceasefire with an Iraq-based armed opposition group, the Mujahedin-e-Khalq, and has lobbied to have its official designation as a terrorist group lifted.
 
FREE MY COLLEAGUE





5 of our 6 girl colleagues who had been kidnapped from their dorm by vigilantes,have been freed but still there there's no news about the sixth one, LALEH K. .I'm really worried esp. when today I heard an event from my barber.He said that one of his relatives who lives near the main street which outlooks the dorms,had said to him that a couple of days ago,during the protests at midnight,he hears a loud noise.Quickly he goes to the roof and sees vigilantes beat a girl with a long chain in a way that she is killed! and for some hours her body is in the street and after that an ambulance takes it away.I hope nothing would happen .Maybe they're questioning her .For God's sake pray for him.
 
PROTESTS GO ASTRAY





Unlike Iranian girl,I'm not optimistic and hopeful about the violent protests,mostly in tehran.I myself am a university student of Tehran University and have a number of friends in KOOYE DANESHGAH ( dormitory of Tehran University ) and know a lot about the students,their characteristics,and what they want.As well,I was university student 4 years ago during the most horrible catastrophe happened to students in tehran.All these years I've been in university area and among students.Unwillingly saying,these protests,cuz of being scattered and not organized,is destined to be defeated.This is not what I wish to be.I want this regime to be toppled like other people's wish,but this is not the way.This is not the way that people have chosen : They just send the students to the front line,misuse from their youth,bravery and feelings,and stand aside and watch them being beated !! or just horn when driving and watch the clashes!This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in my life.They watch the scene,as if they're watching gladiators in colloseum of Rome,and when feeling danger,run away.Is this the way?Is this the way they chose in fuckin' 1979 revolution?The only sonsequence of these events is injured and arrested students that should always pay the cost of the useless movements.But I give right to the ordinary peple,for they believe ( to be frank,somehow all of us believe ) that nothing,really nothing can bother this regime as it's been attached firmly to the U.K. so they think and say to themselves : " Why should I put my career into trouble? " and this is called "personal advantages and benefits".



One of my friends says that cuz of stress of the invasion of armed vigilantes with clubs, knives and iron bars,we can't sleep in the dorm all night long.He said to me that my father called me and begged me to come back home,and I tried to calm him down and reassure him that nothing wrong gonna happen.But the circumstances differ from what he explains to his father.Sense of anxiety,being hopeless and excitement at the threshold of exams,is dominant among students.



What's the way then? The only way,in this condition that people (except university students ) don't care,is a change by INTERNATIONAL FORCE.Can you introduce a way to get a thing without paying for it?



P.S. :Right now that I'm writing these words,a demonstration is held up by students in our university for postponing the exams.They're chanting slogans in front of H.Q. .

Thursday, June 12, 2003
 
ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL, PART ||





: " Thousands of students protested late Tuesday evening at government plans for privatising some of the country's universities, but when they came out of their dormitories, they were joined immediately by ordinary people and slogans and demonstration's chants became political... "

We don't need no education
We dont need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone!
All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
All in all you're just another brick in the wall.

We don't need no education
We dont need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave them kids alone
Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone!
All in all it's just another brick in the wall.
All in all you're just another brick in the wall.

Wrong, Do it again!
If you don't eat yer meat, you can't have any pudding.
How can you have any pudding if you don't eat yer meat?
You! Yes, you behind the bikesheds, stand still laddy!




courtesy of Pink Floyd

 

 
   
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