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  • #31
    Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

    Originally posted by Artsakh
    Actually, he doesn't like Persians. He knowns that Armenians are enemies with the Azeri Baboons, hence he is trying to liken Persians with Azerbaboons in order to turn Armenians against the Persians. C'mon, where is your sence of rationalization???
    i wouldnt be surprised ir ur right. he devotes 24/7 all of his time to write blogs about how Persians are Azeri's, obviously theres an agenda there, but its hard to imagine anyone would be that much of a loser to spend all his waking minutes on this topic. in fact, just watch, five minutes after i post this hes gonna reply.

    p.s. i asked him about stuff on his site and in his arguement and i asked him to back it up with sources, and he couldnt, his only source is himself. guys got NO credibility

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    • #32
      Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

      Originally posted by Artsakh
      Actually, he doesn't like Persians. He knowns that Armenians are enemies with the Azeri Baboons, hence he is trying to liken Persians with Azerbaboons in order to turn Armenians against the Persians. C'mon, where is your sence of rationalization???
      That's unlikely, because he spends as much if not more time in other international forums pushing the same idea. In fact on his main site, there's only one Armenian subscriber. People are strange though and fixations and obsessions are not uncommon. I think he's here because he hopes he can find empathizers among us because he knows we dislike Azeris, kind of hoping to preach to a choir.

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      • #33
        Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

        We ll see end of terrorism soon! American planes ll start to attack. Terrorist Ahmedinedjat's islamic iran ll finish and Democratic Republic Iran ll found by %100 free and modern iranians. Terrorist Ahmedinedjat's final wont be different than Saddam Huseyin!

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        • #34
          Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

          Originally posted by aconur
          We ll see end of terrorism soon! American planes ll start to attack. Terrorist Ahmedinedjat's islamic iran ll finish and Democratic Republic Iran ll found by %100 free and modern iranians. Terrorist Ahmedinedjat's final wont be different than Saddam Huseyin!
          theres more of a chance ahmadinejad will get assasinated by someoen in iran than anything. and ur right everybody hates the regime and government, but if there was to be an attack, which i dont think there will be, people would fight no matter how much they dont like the regime.

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          • #35
            Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

            I cant see any solution Sean. I dont want but someone must finish to Ahmedinejat. This regime cant change without war I hope not so many civilians ll dead in war and i hope they wont attack to American soldiers like some stupid Iraqian. Freedom so close to iran...

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            • #36
              Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

              Originally posted by aconur
              I cant see any solution Sean. I dont want but someone must finish to Ahmedinejat. This regime cant change without war I hope not so many civilians ll dead in war and i hope they wont attack to American soldiers like some stupid Iraqian. Freedom so close to iran...
              freedoms gonna come from within. for years now people have protested against the governmetn in the streets of Iran, but the only thing thats gonna get people to support the government is if it goes to war. because Persians arent like those push-over Arabs who dont do anything. and i'de rather not have freedom then be invaded, if the US attack even just the nuclear sites, Irans gonna bomb the xxxx out of the entire Middle East and blow up xxxx in America too.

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              • #37
                Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

                Originally posted by Artsakh
                Actually, he doesn't like Persians. He knowns that Armenians are enemies with the Azeri Baboons, hence he is trying to liken Persians with Azerbaboons in order to turn Armenians against the Persians. C'mon, where is your sence of rationalization???
                Your conspiracy theory was too complicated. I represent Persians. Any idiot can see that.
                Persians and Hollywood
                http://oslonor.blogspot.com

                A Google Blog

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                • #38
                  Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

                  Originally posted by Sean
                  i wouldnt be surprised ir ur right. he devotes 24/7 all of his time to write blogs about how Persians are Azeri's,
                  Persians are Azeris is the claim by Azeri Turks. No. Persians are Persians and Azeri Turks are Azeri Turks and they are not related ethnically, culturally or any other way.

                  Massive Immigration of Azeri Turks into other provinces

                  This map by Azeri Turks shows how Azeri Turks are trying to change the ethnic composition of Iran.


                  More on the Policy of Turkification of Iran
                  Persians and Hollywood
                  http://oslonor.blogspot.com

                  A Google Blog

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                  • #39
                    Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

                    that map is so made up, ur telling me a bunch of torke khars are taht many in number and swarming in our country? BS

                    http://www.pan-iranism.com/test6.swf

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                    • #40
                      Re: Are there Persians in Iran?

                      Originally posted by Sean
                      that map is so made up, ur telling me a bunch of torke khars are taht many in number and swarming in our country? BS

                      http://www.pan-iranism.com/test6.swf
                      Azeri Turk estimates in Iran is 30 to 35 million. Tehran is %70 Azeri Turk. And Mr. Ahmadinejad Pan Turkish policies is very obvious to everybody.
                      Persians and Hollywood
                      http://oslonor.blogspot.com

                      A Google Blog

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