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The Angry Man Who Called Khamenei

In Uncategorized on August 22, 2009 at 7:13 pm

A very angry man from the Netherlands has confessed to the very angry phone calls he’s been making to Iran, among other things…

WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE. DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

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The Confessions of Grannie4peace

In Uncategorized on August 7, 2009 at 5:15 pm

YouTube user Grannie4peace has uploaded this very touching confession video that is touching people’s hearts:

This video is also popular on balatarin.com. Not to mention all the amazing comments it has been receiving here.

This lovely Grannie has previously made other great videos about Iran as well which you can check out on her YouTube channel. The most famous of these is her open letter to Khamenei:

This 62 year old, “semi retired letter carrier in Virginia” as she describes her self to us, has 4 children and 4 grandchildren. “I have been watching twitter since the election. I wanted the world to wear green for you. I watch everyday and pray for Iran”, she tells us, and says she also knows there is a little blind boy on twitter who prays to see Iran free also (We think she may be referring to PD90). This wonderful grannie says she has come to love the people of Iran and continues: “I mourn with the mourning mothers & belong to grandmothers for peace in the USA. We stand with the mourning mothers in silent protest against the crimes of torture & repression happening in iran!”

Ahmadinejad’s Beard Aggravated The Velvet Revolution

In Uncategorized on August 4, 2009 at 10:39 pm

Another confession reveals that Ahmadinejad’s beard may have been the primary agitator of  the velvet revolution:

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Ebrahim Nabavi Mocks Confessions

In Uncategorized on August 3, 2009 at 2:21 am

Mohammad Ali Abtahi is one of Iran’s most lovable clerics, also known as the “blogging mullah”. You can get to know him by watching his appearance on The Daily Show. When he was arrested, many people predicted that he would be forced to make false confessions under physical and / or psychological torture. This prediction recently came true. But before it did, famous Iranian comedian and satirist Ebrahim Nabavi posted a video on YouTube imagining what Abtahi’s confession might look like.

Here is the English translation.

It is worth noting that Nabavi himself was once arrested and forced to confess. He soon fled the country and announced that the confession was by force. As you can see, Nabavi had a lot of fun with this clip and you can too 🙂