Wednesday, December 01, 2004
60 or 70 million??

Monkeys are known for their ability to imitate. We have seen monkeys smoking, monkeys painting, monkeys cycling, monkeys mothering and what not. You show a monkey some act, and with a little persistance, it will copy you in moments.

From monkeys to humans requires only a very small step. We know that 98% of the DNA of humans and monkeys is exactly the same, but does that make humans monkeys, or vice versa? No, of course not, it is the 2 % that is crucial in making the difference. And what could it exactly be, this 2% that makes this difference? It must be the ability of humans to communicate on an eleaborate scale, the ability to make abstractions -have you ever seen a monkey writing a book that made sense?

So there are differences, at least most of the time. Do I say most of the time? Yes, that's right most of the time, because there are always human lookalikes that even try to outbid monkeys in their imitation act. What is the case: the Iranian democratic forces within and outside the country have expressed their wish for a referendum on the political future of Iran, to be held after the current gang has disappeared from the (crime-)scene. 

In yet another effort to confuse each and everyone -since confusion is the breeding ground for the abhorrent logic of Darkness- some of their monkeys have presented their immitation act and  announced their 60 million initiative, that calls for a referendum under the current regime of the IRI.

Closer scrutiny revealed the human lookalikeness of at least some of those that put their name under this initiative. Others most possibly were too sleepy to even notice. The office of the royal family quickly responded with a message that they have nothing to do with this act. King Reza Pahlavi Diba in his book 'Winds of Change' makes it clear that we have to get rid of this regime first, and then organize a referendum under international monitoring.

So, no wonder a storm of protest rose when their '60' plan was announced. Some quickly came up with a more close estimation of the situation: www.70000000.com has the word!

So, now let's all resign and see if monkeys will be monkeys ...   

Posted at 06:02 pm by waterworld

 

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Here I will share with you my thoughts on music, literature and politics.

I am specifically interested in the treasury of Parsi literature.

Iran, and the movement for democratic change have my special interest too.

While singing, reading, writing and thinking, I like to hear the Voices of Pars.
You know who I'm talking about ....

Responsabilities of a succesfull Transitional Government in Iran
Protest at the IRI embassy, The Hague, August 5th
United4Iran, Amsterdam, July 25th 2009
Iranian protest, The Hague ICC, July 9th
Iranian protest, Brussels, 4th of July
London Speech by Prince Reza Pahlavi
Human rights for Iranian citizens now !!
October 29, Cyrus the Great Day
In Iran, even art is being put behind bars
Iran students protest against Ahmadinejad
Iran: arrests of demonstrators continue
Rafsanjani off the hook ... for now
Student activists: Death to despotism, Death to dictator
In Iran, stoning of women continues
SMCCDI urgent action call
IRI murders Akbar Mohammadi
Terror tactics against union
Pahlavi critical of the West's offer to Iran
Prison as a mirror of society
Hostage takers against hostage taking
Nuke plants in a quake zone
United by their natural rights and their humanity
Knowledge in the hands of the evil-natured man
To whom it may concern
Adonis speaks ...
Where are the billions?
A letter from Iranian students
Opposition or opposition to the opposition?
Partir, c'est mourir un peu
Follow the money
The policy of doing nothing
Vani is equal to a murder
Under Islamic Law there is murder ...
12 Reasons against nuclear energy for Iran
The Times on 'One man, one vote'
An interview with Oriana Fallaci
Prince Reza Pahlavi speaks on CNN
Elections in Iran
Fascism in Islamic countries
Football is ...
Action in Europe
The Iran of Tomorrow Movement
60 or 70 million
A man and a bear

Conference of the Birds
Divan~a~Shams






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