Massive protests in Iran

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December 31st, 2017, 11:55 am #41

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
azeris in iran arent better off than kurds. the difference is azeris are better integrated, while kurds have been active in border smuggling, crime, drugs and terrorism just like in turkey.
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January 1st, 2018, 3:17 pm #42

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
We can’t just stay outside and wait what will happen. We need more influence and infiltration the protestors to get more informations. Who are they? What are they want? Where are the behind men...
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January 1st, 2018, 5:37 pm #43

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
// What are they want? //

It is very simple. They want the overthrow of the Islamic Republic and the establishment of a secular, democratic system of government.
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January 1st, 2018, 5:43 pm #44

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
I am sure this is one thing, but far not the only thing.
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January 1st, 2018, 5:44 pm #45

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
I am sure this is one thing, but far not the only thing.
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January 1st, 2018, 5:50 pm #46

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
// I am sure this is one thing, but far not the only thing. //

Isn't that significant enough for you? What else could there be? Perhaps they also want to modify the offside rule in football. That is why they are risking their lives in the streets.
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January 1st, 2018, 6:21 pm #47

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
It is very simple. They want the overthrow of the Islamic Republic and the establishment of a secular, democratic system of government.
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Iranian people once revolted against Shah to establish democratic rule but islamists took over the country. This time it will be imperialist puppets instead of islamists.
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January 1st, 2018, 6:57 pm #48

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Really, those fukking Iranians... What are they doing? Its clear that israel and the US is orchestrating this whole thing to bring the regime down. First of al, i am not an fan of the ayatollah's and their puppets but they are anti-imperialistic and against those plunderers. The arab world is totally xontrolled by them after Nasser and they are all working together with Christian/jewish dogs for Jewish interests.

Syria, iraq... The whole plan of destroying these countries and take over their governments failed after the Qads forces anf russian support involved in the war. Assad is saved, iraq fuxxed barzanidog like hell and iran was again the winner (like in libanon). All those plans to destroy the middle east is becausr of that not totally successful and tge only solution is to bring the biggest obstacle down who is responsible for this al: IRAN.

Turkey should support our heary frenemies in theran.
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January 1st, 2018, 7:37 pm #49

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
@Tryphone

Don’t be zionist. My short analysis is, international sanctions are lifted at most. Many big international companies stated out that they want to invest in Iran. Iran will get huge FDI in the next years. Iran’s oil and gas export will rise. The tourism to Iran could also increase. All positive things in economic matter. But it will take times. Don’t let foreign powers and traitors of Iran overthrow of your land.

Why Kurdish separatist (connected to PJAK) blast a oil pipeline?
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January 1st, 2018, 7:58 pm #50

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
// Don’t be zionist. //

I am not a Zionist, just an anti-Islamist. The Israeli-Arab conflict has nothing to do with Iran. If the fall of the Islamic Republic also benefits Israel and other countries, that's fine with me. The greatest beneficiary, by far, will be Iran.

// Don’t let foreign powers and traitors of Iran overthrow of your land. //

The people demonstrating are patriots, not traitors. They are trying to restore Iran by overthrowing the Islamic regime.

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January 1st, 2018, 8:28 pm #51

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
All of these islamic regimes have their roots in the zionist agenda.

these islamic regimes weaken and isolate the said nation, they rot the nation from within thereby conquering it for the zionists.


The nations in region need secular democractic nations weighted against a constitution meaning that no majority can bring tyranny against her minorties. Democracy alone will lead to socialism and tyranny, hence why a constutition is important.

The Mullah regime in iran is a disgrace and we see a similar thing occuring in Turkey, that will be a nightmare for us should it ever reach irainian proportions.

But its good to see that the iranians dont want it.
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January 1st, 2018, 8:31 pm #52

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Yes, the main protestors are, but there are many traitors within the protestors, like Israel and U.S puppets. Not to mention Kurdish terror separatists. You should remove Mullahs step by step without a huge regime change.
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January 1st, 2018, 8:39 pm #53

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
When you create an islmofascist style of government you encourage forign instigations. You know how you avoid this sh1t, you dont create an islamofascist style of government.

In Turkey the AK party has conducted a w1tch hunt against so many sectors of society that Turkey is now furtile ground for forign instigations. You know how you avoid this, read the above.

The reason the middle east continues to fail against the outside world is because they do not learn from their historic mistakes. They continue to make the same errors of governance.
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January 1st, 2018, 8:44 pm #54

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
One main mistake of the Islamic governments is, to tell people how they do to live.
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January 1st, 2018, 8:51 pm #55

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
from the islamofasict perspective its good business to ruin a nation since they become extremely wealthy off it. If they were fair and reasonable people the nation would progess, but they wouldnt become billionaires.

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January 1st, 2018, 9:31 pm #56

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
In Turkey there won't be any major protests because smelly Kurdish cvnt have delegitimized all opposition.

A) Kurdish separatist sh!ts join the protest, like a turd in a punch bowl. All the protesters are now smeared.

B) Kurdish terrorists make protests insecure.

C) government blames pkk and smears protesters as Kurdish/Armenian terrorist supporters.

D) during the protest, government does a major operation against pkk/ypg. Nationalist fervor takes the wind out of the protests.
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January 1st, 2018, 9:37 pm #57

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
@dark

You have the right of your own opinion. But it is nothing more than an (stupid) opinion.
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January 1st, 2018, 9:49 pm #58

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
If you are rational Turkey hangs on a thread. Its created a system that rests on one man or at least what appears to me one man rule.

This one man rule was created at the expense attacking so many different sectors of the nation. Playing them against each other so they fight each other while he takes powers.

This has created a highly charged and fractured society. It is why hundreds of thousands of people have been purged from the state and its instruments not to mention private affairs. This is not a sign of strength, its a sign of weakness and fear for what could happen.

These hundreds of thousands when you factor in their families and relatives makes a few million people that are directly effected.

Nearly all of these problems were created by ak parties own hands. As a result they have built a fort on quicksand.

Foreign agents will have an easy time fanning the flames in Turkey. This w1tch hunt that ak party has conducted wont end as long as they are in power, since if they let up they will be overthrown.

Just like these protests in iran have shown, at any point new national revolts can occur.
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January 2nd, 2018, 12:03 am #59

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
"Perhaps they also want to modify the offside rule in football. That is why they are risking their lives in the streets."


A worthy cause.

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January 2nd, 2018, 12:12 am #60

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
"The nations in region need secular democractic nations weighted against a constitution meaning that no majority can bring tyranny against her minorties."


The tyranny democracy will bring is inevitable. A constitution will at best delay this. The problem isn't the form of govt. It is human nature, yes some forms of govt. Like democracy take longer to corrupt but once they are it is the most difficult to undo.
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