Zipline Conservative

August 29, 2010

Iran: “I am Persian”

Filed under: Foreign News,free speech,Liberty — SwittersB @ 10:33 AM
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It is well to keep in the forefront as we once again vilify a country that a good country can have the wrong leadership, with the wrong intentions (sound familiar?). There are wonderful people in Iran, suffering through a regime that clouds our vision and perception of reality. Keep this in mind as world opinion and fanatics push us toward a confrontation.

“O, I am neither a terrorist nor a wife beater, I don’t live in a tent and in
desert and camels are not our ways of transportation.  I speak Farsi, not Arabic.

Iran is pronounced “EERAUN” and not “I – ran” (it’s not track &
field).  News flash: Iran and Iraq are two different countries; the Middle East is
a region and NOT a continent.

Each time you play a game of chess to improve your intellect, keep in
mind that it was Persians who gave you your game.

Iranian women are just as outspoken (if not more) and liberal as the
European (western) women.

A beautiful country run by the wrong people, but still is the best
part of Middle East .

Allow me to introduce myself:  I’M A PERSIAN.”

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2 Comments »

  1. Perfectly said and proud to state I AM PERSIAN!

    Comment by Maryam — August 29, 2010 @ 11:59 AM | Reply

  2. My best friend is Persian. A Zoroastrian chased out of Persia some time ago. Most of the community fled to India. Tolerance issues are nothing new.

    Comment by LPW2000 — August 29, 2010 @ 2:45 PM | Reply


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