2005-04-24

 

Thankyou everyone

I appreciate all those people who kindly donated to my blog in order to buy a laptop and get the internet connection. I have already bought a laptop computer and I am going to get the internet connection in few days. I would also like to thank chap for his package and digital camera. Soon I will have interviews with the ANA officers, NCOs and soldiers and I will post their voice and photos to the world. I am trying to persuade some of my friends to start their own blog and let them use my computer. We must all work together and make a peaceful world. Once again I appreciate all of you for your kind efforts.

Comments:
You are more than welcome. I want you to continue to tell us the truth about what is happening in Afghanistan. We do not get hardly any news at home. We appreciate all you do for us. Thank you. Have a great day.
 
This is great news! It's great to hear that you're making progress. Good luck with that silver camera; I tried it and it's got a nasty habit of forgetting all the pictures you took! (It might be better to use it connected to the laptop...)
 
Glad you're now oficially in the the internet world. I'd remind everyone that he'll continue to need funds to stay connected and help others.

I look forward to continuing to read your insights and news from Afganistan.
 
"We must all work together and make a peaceful world."

Yes, that's right, and you and your Afghan friends should start with your own country! I thought Islamo-fascism died in Afghanistan when the U.S. led coalition destroyed the Taliban regime. Then I read a news article about a woman recently being stoned to death for adultery. ( http://tinyurl.com/9cumn ) and I think to myself, yep, it's still country where f*cked up people with their f*ucked up religion have a licence to murder. I'm am soooo angry right now... I have to go and cool off.
 
tony from NZ, would you support NZ joining a coalition to free Iran? I'm trying to lobby the Australian government to form such a coalition. See www.antisubjugator.blogspot.com
 
Congradulations on new laptop
 
Keep it buddy! You're doing great work. I will pray for God to bless your country w/great prosperity and tranquility. You are a great and strong people to have endured what you have endured, and I admire your strength. You have a very beautiful culture as well. May God bless you all.
 
Tony, we in the U.S. just had a sex offender molest a 9-year-old and then bury her alive. And, in the past, we've had our share of mob violence.

Afganistan was relegated technologically and culturally to the Middle Ages by decades of war. It takes awhile for a society to crawl out of that. Give them time; they've come very far in a short time.
 
Paul; the vast majority of Iraqis loathed Hussein which made the job of handling the aftermath of his removal much easier than it could have been. I am not convinced that enough Iranians feel the same way about their ayatollah because Iran is so thoroughly Islamic, unlike Iraq. There'd be no respite from attacks against the coalition troops *anywhere* in Iran.

So, not yet. I'd need to see proof that the vast majority of Iranians are on our side or at least would not hinder attempts by the coalition to democratize the country.
 
mike o;
The acts of pervert bastards and mob violence are not sanctioned by the U.S. justice system. By contrast, the stoning to death of woman adulterers is legal in Afghanistan.

"Amina, a 29-year-old married woman, was publicly stoned to death on the basis of a district court's decision on Thursday in Argo [...]"

The barbarous act is deemed appropriate and just by a court of law. Rational people with a moral compass would call it criminal and morally repugnant in the extreme. That is the difference mike o.
A court of law (Islamic law), not just the people who threw the rocks, are responsible for her murder.
 
Tony NZ, "the vast majority of Iraqis loathed Hussein which made the job of handling the aftermath of his removal much easier than it could have been."

Actually it was made much more difficult by disbanding the old army. There was a good reason to do that, since the old army was tainted, but in Iran there is no need to disband the security forces, so it will be much easier to handle the aftermath.

"I am not convinced that enough Iranians feel the same way about their ayatollah because Iran is so thoroughly Islamic, unlike Iraq."

The gloss wears off Islamofascism after you've had to actually live with it for decades. You can tell from the voting that they want moderates, and since then they have boycotted the elections to show their disillusionment. It's ripe for change.

"There'd be no respite from attacks against the coalition troops *anywhere* in Iran."

No need to hang around. All you need to do is take out anyone with heavy-weaponry who wants to fight, and then hand over the keys. It's exactly what our militaries are designed to do. It'll take about 3 weeks and cost 100 coalition lives.

"So, not yet. I'd need to see proof that the vast majority of Iranians are on our side or at least would not hinder attempts by the coalition to democratize the country."

The country already has everything in place. The only thing that needs to be done is to dissolve the Guardian Council and allow anyone to run for parliament. The reformers, who can take over as temporary administrators, are already known. They're the ones that the Guardian Council wouldn't allow to stand at the last elections.

It's a no-brainer.
 
Dear Tony NZ,
I'd have to agree mostly with Paul Edwards' last comment. They have been protesting in the streets for years now, only the Iranian gov't won't allow pictures to leave their country. I used to have links to some bloggers (dissident activists) but they are now in jail. The gov't. is now watching closing and monitering all blogs.

Have you seen the protests in Iran? At least heard of them? That is sad. The students are beaten, arrested, tortured, and jailed for a long time. Do not wish on others that which you are unwilling to endure yourself. I believe that's a quote, but it is appropriate.

Do you remember Dred Scott? We are not perfect, either. Give them some time. We still have the death, which I support. Others do not. European gov't officials think that is barbarick. (sp?) I don't actually care what the EU thinks. This is our country, and they have theirs. As long as we all work together for larger goals, all will go well. Have a great day.
 
I meant to say, "we still have death penalty."
 
Paul,
The Iraqi forces had its Baathist sympathizers and there's no reason to think the Iranian forces would lack sympathizers of the jihadist variety, ready and willing to be moles for the inevitable insurgency against the infidels. It would need to be disbanded for the same reason the Iraqi Army was disbanded.

You say that the gloss wears off Islamofascism after having to live with it for decades. I don't think that is the case when it is a people's deep seated ideology; the standard of good they use to judge their own actions and the actions of others. They will endure a living hell and make the lives of others a living hell because they are doing the right thing by their god.

I wrote--"There'd be no respite from attacks against the coalition troops *anywhere* in Iran."

You replied--"No need to hang around. All you need to do is take out anyone with heavy-weaponry who wants to fight, and then hand over the keys. It's exactly what our militaries are designed to do. It'll take about 3 weeks and cost 100 coalition lives."

As you know, Iran's political institutions are structured to work as an Islamic thugocracy and would be populated with very many destructive elements that benefit from that system of government. O.K, so we hand over the keys, and after three weeks we're outta there. What's to stop the country from then decending into a state of anarchy and civil war? How can any freedom loving Iranian be protected from harm when, as yet, there exist no rational secular based instituitions to protect him, nor punish rights violators in a just manner?
 
Rosemary,
Slavery no longer exists in the States, and today's U.S. citizens are not responsible for the wrongs committed 150 years ago because guilt is non-transferable. Also consider that Americans look upon the act of slavery as the evil it is and the ideas behind it as, well, let's face it, highly retarded. 'Honor' killings and the stoning of adulterers is an evil that occurs *now*. The people who do these things exist *now*. Being participants in barbarous acts makes them deserving of a harsh punishment.

The EU has not presented any rational argument against the death penalty per se, so I just ignore its squeals.

I've heard of some student rebellions taking place in Iran. That's about it. Where are all the brave adults, or are they more supportive of the Islamic thugocracy?
 
Tony NZ, "The Iraqi forces had its Baathist sympathizers"

They were not really a problem. Anyone who turns up for duty after the new administration arrives, either obeys orders, or gets sacked. The problem in Iraq was that the security forces were TAINTED. The US is trying to set up a model democracy. The way to do that is to create security forces with NO PAST.

"and there's no reason to think the Iranian forces would lack sympathizers of the jihadist variety"

The Iranian conscript army is a reflection of the population at large. In addition, they are not the ones with a history of brutality against their own people. It's the Revolutionary Guards and imported Arab thugs that do that. There's no problem that sacking won't solve.

"ready and willing to be moles for the inevitable insurgency against the infidels"

The infidels won't be there.

"It would need to be disbanded for the same reason the Iraqi Army was disbanded."

Nope. The free world needed a model ARAB country, and Iraq was the best choice for that. Iran is not Arab.

"I don't think that is the case when it is a people's deep seated ideology"

Islam is not a deep-seated ideology for the majority of Iranians. That's why they voted for reformers, and then eventually decided to boycott the elections altogether because they were sick of Mullahs being in power.

"They will endure a living hell and make the lives of others a living hell because they are doing the right thing by their god."

Even if this was true, which it's not, don't you think that the people in Iran who are NOT like that should be empowered? Basically, whatever the percentage of humanist allies there are in Iran, they're the ones I want the heavy weapons handed over to.

"O.K, so we hand over the keys, and after three weeks we're outta there. What's to stop the country from then decending into a state of anarchy and civil war?"

With coalition air support, you're going to get the same result you got with the civil war in Afghanistan. We have the technology to do this.

"How can any freedom loving Iranian be protected from harm when, as yet, there exist no rational secular based instituitions to protect him, nor punish rights violators in a just manner?"

We already have a situation where freedom-loving Iranians do not have human rights. Toppling the regime would only lead to improvements in this situation.

"The EU has not presented any rational argument against the death penalty per se, so I just ignore its squeals."

Well, I used to be in favour of the death penalty until I realised that people are just reacting to their genes and their environment. I believe I know how to counter people's genetic makeup. But even if I'm wrong, someone else may figure out how to counter the genes, and if you kill them it's too late to do anything about it. Humans who kill are NATURAL ANIMALS just like lions. I've documented it fully at:

www.moatazilla.org

"Where are all the brave adults, or are they more supportive of the Islamic thugocracy?"

There is nothing that unarmed brave adults can do against men with automatic weapons who are prepared to use them. You get the same slaughter that you got in WWI. They need our help.
 
The laptop and connection should allow you to get much more involved in gathering and distributing information. I suggest that some of your friends or similar groups should make their own personal "internet clubs", and share a the costs of a laptop and hi-speed connection. This model could bring many more people into the "blogosphere".

Tony, PE;
My solution for Iran is quick and foolproof: airdrop crates of Uzis and ammo all over the country. In 48 hours the bully boys would be dead, and the last surviving mullahs would be cowering in their deepest bunkers waiting to be dug out.

PE;
The conscript Iraqi army was hopeless, full of impoverished men unable to marry or work for their 10+ year stint, and lacking any useful training or motivation. Here's a generic summary, e.g., of Why Arab Armies Lose Wars. It would have been a massive unmanagable welfare program, at best. Remember the Fallujah Brigade fiasco? And that was elite soldiers and officers.
 
brian h, a conscript army armed with tanks will slaughter goons with guns.
 
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