Skip to comments.DoctorZin (Freeper) Will Be Interviewed Live in 20 Minutes (Iran (LA) Satellite Television)
Posted on 07/07/2004 8:42:57 PM PDT by faludeh_shirazi
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It's an acquired taste...........lol
The mullahs get all the Oil Money?
I want some GOGOOSH!!!!
That first tomb is cyrus the great's tomb!!!
I think people that say there are no moderate Muslims need to watch these Iranian satellite tv stations and understand the message they're conveying.
LOL....she'll be upcoming shortly
Freedom - can you give everyone the jist of this song?
Or look at Turkey. The problem is the moderates have some of the worst PR people on Earth.
This is exactly true - this is revolutionary though that many Americans recently now can watch Iranian Satelite TV via Web Streaming - as long as the stations have american guests - then Americans will tune in..
The jist is that Iran was such a great prosperous nation for so many generations and it's come under the dark veil of this regime. Talking to Iran and singing for it to prevail.
Can anyone on this thread recommend a good book outlining the dealings that went on between Iran and Saudi following the 1979 attack on the Grand Mosque in Mecca?
The persian weightloss commercials are hilarious though - :)
They need translations on the bottom of the screen, hence they need to get more young Persian speakers invovled so that it can be tuned into the US audience so Americans see that Iranians are out there- they're pro-US, pro-Freedom, Muslim and trying to fight the radicals running the regime.
First of all read "The Iranians" by Sandra Mackey
Gary Metz on right now
Hear, hear. I can sometimes (barely) follow the Spanish channel, but they don't teach Farsi (usually) in the US...
Just checked it on Amazon. Looks interesting. How much of the book focuses on current (1970s-) Iranian politics and its funding of terrorism?
This is really good - Lots of Iranians inside Iran - we welcome you all!!!!
A lot of them certainly like BUSH!See also, from:
Anyone catch the "NO KERRY" signs?
Bush draws a crowd
[USC Daily Trojan covers pro-Bush Iranian-American/Free Republic rally]
-- snip --Bush draws a crowd
President Bush spoke at the Shrine Auditorium Wednesday. More than 100 showed up for the event.
Elizabeth Leitzell | Daily Trojan Mixed Emotion. The Iranian American Republicans were among the demonstrators who welcomed President Bush to the Shrine Auditorium Wednesday afternoon; they said they support him because he opposes terrorism in Iran.
By SHRADDHA JAISWALI
President George W. Bush's visit to Southern California on Wednesday was marked by demonstrations from more than 130 supporters and opponents who packed onto the four corners of Jefferson Boulevard and Shrine Place in the early evening.
The demonstrators, both for and against the president, waved signs and shouted slogans at the drivers passing the Shrine Auditorium where Bush was scheduled to speak at 5:35 p.m.
With the clock ticking down to the November presidential election, Bush planned a three-day visit to California in hopes of raising funds for his re-election campaign.
The anti-Bush corner was home to about 80 people of all ages waving signs reading everything from a general "Stop Bush" to the more specific "End Occupation in Iraq" and "Immigrant Rights."
Many of the anti-Bush signs were provided by the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism organization, but they were joined by groups such as Code Pink, The Socialist Organization and Out Against War as well as by individuals simply wanting to be heard.
Those gathered at the corner shouting against Bush's policies felt it was necessary to protest even at a fundraising event to open the eyes of Californians.
"I hope to call attention to the fact that other people who think he should not be president will know they are not alone," said Eda Hallinan, a member of the women's peace group Code Pink.
"Bush is probably the worst president this country has ever had," she said. "I think that we are so much worse off now than when he first took office, in terms of the economy and our own security."
Along with the sea of anti-Bush posters, the protesters chanted their messages from a megaphone with sayings such as, "George Bush we know you your daddy was a killer too," and "Hands off Haiti."
But despite the loud anti-Bush sentiments, Bush supporters were not deterred from standing their ground. The largest group of Bush advocates at the four corners was a group of Iranians waving flags and shouting praises of the president's international policies.
"We're here to support President Bush because he's for democracy, not only in Iran, but around the world," said 59-year-old Reza Ershadi.
Fellow conservatives praised the Iranian effort to support Bush saying that they were dedicated and knew that Bush could help them.
"These guys have been here since 3 p.m.," said Ron Smith pointing to the Iranians. "Think about it, they've got family in Iran. They've got family right now in a brutal regime, and they're saying, 'well we appreciate what you did in Iraq, how about coming over here and helping us out in Iran.'"
The topics of demonstration on both sides ranged from the war in Iraq, the issues in Haiti, and same-sex marriage rights.
"People don't support a war in Iraq, but if you look at it, we've liberated an oppressed people," said Ryan Reid, a business administration student at USC. "Saddam Hussein, thank God we caught him. He's killed over a million of his own people since the 1980s, and these people obviously wanted to keep him in power. I think we did the right thing."
While the conservative groups supported and even welcomed Bush's occupation of Iraq and his goal to "stop terrorism," liberal groups remained pessimistic about his true motives.
"If you wait, Bush will take everything you have, and that's a guarantee. He will take your oil, he will take everything," said Lyzegte Blanco, a senior at Harbor College. "That's pretty much why we got Saddam Hussein out of office, because we wanted the oil. With Bush, there's always a hidden meaning."
Copyright 2004 by the Daily Trojan. All rights reserved.
This article was published in Vol. 151, No. 34 (Thursday, March 4, 2004), beginning on page 1 and ending on page 13.
Great. Job Dr!
That was great, Freedom!
FREEDOM44 - you crazy kid - hahahaha
ROCK ON BREO!!!!
Plugging FR.....Yeah!He even got an ON-SCREEN plug that reads:
Who was it on FNC that called the story in Iran possibly the most under-reported story on TV? Was it Brit?
Rock and roll BRO!!!!
Thanks for that pic! It's so much fun to see the names attached to faces!
Did he just say 120k Freepers? Wow!
GREAT GREAT GREAST INTERVIEW
FREE IRAN NOW!!!!
I may recall a story about this long ago on one of the news magazines (20/20 maybe?)
I hope the network grows and grows...
Iranian Alert Daily Threads Day By Day
FLOOD DRUDGE AND ALL OF "EM
THEY SHOUDL AIR THIS!!!!
One thing I've always wondered is if people there use Freenet to put up anonymous websites. I've heard that a lot of Chinese dissidents use a flavor of it for banned political speech. Freenet can be really slow but the Iranian government wouldn't be able to take sites on it down since it uses 100% encrypted traffic.
There are tons of proxies too!!!!! FREE IRAN - DR> ZINZINZINZIN!
This voice of the people beamed to Iran is awesome.
Good questions and answers.
Dr. Zin: from one Dr. to another, good "operation"
Fredom44, you have pictures of these callers, rite? Oh and good comments on your call...
Yo DOCTOR ZIN SHOULD DO A DANCE!!!!
OH MAN I miss Doctor Zin
That sucks I want see his interview that sucks
Dude it'll be back on - and the'll archive it..
visit ActivistChat.com or SOSIRAN.COM for the archives tomorrow.. BUt it's coming back online - it's not over yet.. hopefully the Doc will still be in..
Did he just say 120k Freepers? Wow!See also THESE "daily statistics" from John Robinson:
OH WOW I check it out thanks for the ping on this
MAN I kicking myself I really want see Good doctor
YOu know what I watching 700 Club this morning on ABC Family channel I hope good Iranians get Mullah out since I hear they are this close to nuke by year 2008