Tuesday, November 24, 2009


To: info@kyl.senate.gov

Honorable Jon Kyl,

On behalf of Iranian-Americans living throughout the United States , I want to thank you for standing up with pro-democracy movement exposing the Islamic republic and its lobby groups such as NIAC.

As Iranians living in the USA , we are fully aware of Trita Parsi lobby efforts for the Islamic republic. There are over a million Iranians living the United States and about 3 million around the world, I can assure you that NIAC does not and will never represent views and interests of Iranians living in the United States. We believe that NIAC is hired to sugarcoat the brutality of the regime and buy it enough time to develop their nuclear bomb. NIAC does not care for Iran nor Iranians.

As a 501c3 (private non-profit) NIAC has never disclosed a complete listing of its members to us Iranians, we believe NIAC’s membership including its own employees in NIAC and various NIAC subsidiaries funded by Soros, big oil, and more importantly by Islamic republic number around 2500-3000, or (less than half a percent or .003%), hardly a significant number to claim as a legitimate organization representing our interests and views.

NIAC has never advocated for human rights, has advocated for cutting off funding for democracy programs and has always been against sanctions. We, the oppositions groups strongly favor all three and ask for smart sanctions against the Islamic republic.

NIAC, recently has shifted gears, and now advocates for human rights, but during its 12 year existence, particularly during the worst days of demonstrations immediately following June 12 uprising, NIAC has never objected to any human rights violations (rape, hangings, stoning, torture) by the barbaric mullahs. On the contrary, NIAC recently and secretly lobbied the US congress to cut off funding for democracy programs.

Trita Parsi is not even a US citizen to adequately understand our issues and concerns and speak on our behalf.

NIAC never appears on opposition rallies or grants interviews to Iranian opposition groups, while claiming it represents us here in the United States.

NIAC has lied on several occasions to Americans and Iranian community. Denise Rossâ's case is a good example. While NIAC attempted to undermine his appointment, it publicly endorsed him, a proven fact.

We are very much in support of an independent group of experts to investigate and examine NIAC's political and financial activities. We thank you and many other enlightened representatives who see Islamic republic and NIAC for what they are, and have had the courage to speak up against them. Iranians American are eternally grateful to your efforts.


Dr. Arash Irandoost

Sunday, November 22, 2009


(Note: Even Obamabot Chris Mathews is turning on Obambi saying he is making Carteresque mistakes - which brought Ronald Reagan into the White House)

Monday, November 16, 2009


Chicago politics, where voting is such a revered civic duty that people do it even after they're dead, cold, stiff, stuffed, boxed and buried beneath the permafrost for years, has now come to D.C. with the Obama administration.

This afternoon comes the most encouraging economic news, courtesy of our keen-eyed buddy Rick Klein over at ABC, that the Obama administration's $787-billion economic stimulus has, for example, thankfully created 30 new jobs in a little-known rural corner of Arizona at a cost to American taxpayers of only $761,420.

That works out to only $25,380.67 spent to create each individual job.

Seems like a lot per slot, but those 30 folks must be happy to be employed again and paying taxes.

This will be a real feather in the cap of Vice President Joe Biden, who's been left behind and assigned by the ever-campaigning president to monitor the stimulus plan, its spending and effectiveness moving into the crucial midterm elections of 2010. Might the Democrats snatch that House seat?

So the people of that 15th Congressional District in staunchly Republican Arizona should be pretty happy about this.

Trouble is, there is no 15th Congressional District in Arizona. None. Nada. Zip. Zero. Doesn't exist. Not in Arizona. Not even on paper at the Democratic National Committee. There are only eight. Period.

But the administration's much-vaunted recovery.gov website reported these jobs as being created there.

Could well be a computer glitch. Lord knows humans would never make such a dumb, misleading mistake, even in politics.

But then the trouble is that just months after grandly unveiling the recovery.gov website to showcase its economic prowess and tech-savvy, the Obama administration just spent 18 million additional taxpayer dollars to redesign the still new website.

And that site proudly also reported nonexistent new stimulus spending not just in Arizona but other states across the country.

So that looks to have worked pretty well, at least if you're counting computer designer jobs created.

Anyway, how do you think the 15th will vote next year?

-- Andrew Malcolm

Sunday, November 1, 2009


White House Considering Negotiated Settlement With Taliban;

'Minimum Security' in Afghanistan
November 1, 2009 

By Kristinn

The Obama administration is considering an almost complete surrender in Afghanistan, if the report this weekend by the BBC's Katty Kay is accurate.

Speaking as a panelist on the Chris Matthews Show, a weekend public affairs broadcast, Kay reported on the internal debate at the White House, "There are real questions being asked, I think, about whether even with a big injection of troops this is a real country, a real war that you can win.

"And there's a new phrase which is floating around the White House which is 'minimum security'. That we're not actually aiming for a country which is stable that we are in control of, but we are aiming for a minimum amount of security and perhaps even a negotiated settlement with the Taliban."

This would tie in with reports that Obama has concluded the U.S. cannot beat the Taliban and that he has requested new studies this week, one of each province to determine which ones may be ceded to the Taliban and another for troop levels other than those requested by Gen. McChrystal over two months ago.

Kay's remarks start at the 19:10 minute in the backward clock on the video.

She describes three different views on the situation in Afghanistan that have been presented to Obama: The military needs a large injection of troops to perform the current strategy; even with more troops Afghanistan will never be winnable; and "'we have no choice but to win this war' and that is what President Obama said back in March."

Obama has delayed making his decision such that it most likely will not be announced until the end of November, three months into the twelve month window left to win the war Gen. McChrystal stated in August.

Troop casualties in Afghanistan have skyrocketed in the past three months with over 1000 being wounded, and a reported 58 service members killed this past month making it the deadlist month of the eight-year long war.

On Friday, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs bragged Obama has spent almost twenty hours (WOW!) in meetings on Afghanistan since August.

Less hours than  on a golf course!!!