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Posts Tagged ‘English Subtitles’

Facebook Appears in Iranian Trials to Confess

In Uncategorized on September 16, 2009 at 7:03 am

After multiple mentions by Iranian officials of Facebook as being one of the criminal elements behind the post-election unrest, Facebook personally appeared in the latest round of trials today to confess. Iranian bloggers who took a picture of Facebook confessing uploaded the picture online:

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The caption reads:

Parts of Facebook’s confessions in today’s trials:

I killed Neda Agha Soltan. Social sciences are really bad too! Mousavi is an American, he has written things in me that are anti-revolutionary, same with Karroubi, I’ll give you the names of all the greens that are my members, and right now an enormous spiritual transformation has occurred in me. I have a gentle interrogator that continuously increases my bandwidth!

(The last line reffers to rape in Iranian prisons)

Confessing with a guitar

In Uncategorized on September 6, 2009 at 7:26 pm

Another poetic confession, this time with just a guitar:

I confess…

We are everywhere,

In memory of martyrs, we are Neda and Sohrab,

Resistant and hopeful, we are all together,

We are freeborn, and love Iran…

la la la la, la la…

An Interrogation Session in Evin Prison

In Uncategorized on August 20, 2009 at 10:57 pm

Most of our confessions so far have not featured the interrogators. However, we have now received chilling footage of an interrogation session in Evin prison. These images have been leaked from insiders and have reached us through Spain via this top secret YouTube channel. Hey you! I said its top secret, don’t click!

At the end of the video apparently a technical problem occurred and there is no news on what happened to the prisoner. Rumor has it that this violent creature is still at large on the streets of Tehran. We do not know if the interrogator is still alive.

The Confessions of a Son for his Jailed Father

In Uncategorized on August 15, 2009 at 7:37 pm

Mehdi Saharkhiz has been an active member of the Iranian greens, especially well known for his genuinely passionate online efforts in tweeting, blogging, and video gathering for the pro-democracy movement in Iran. What else would you expect from someone whose Father is one of the amazing people whose integrity, honesty, and bravery  has landed him in jail. Who knows what they are doing to Isa Saharkhiz right now to get him to “confess”. Meanwhile, Mehdi has his own confessions to present to the world, dedicated to his Father:

We support you Mehdi.

The Suspicious Portuguese…

In Uncategorized on August 12, 2009 at 3:32 pm

While the Iranian government is busy pointing to some Western countries such as Britain, France, or the USA for devising a “velvet revolution” in Iran, a new video reveals yet again that the true perpetrators have gone unnoticed:

Indeed, the Portuguese have been suspiciously silent on the recent events in Iran…

Note: The scarf referred to as “Chafiye” in this video is introduced in Wikipedia as “Keffiyeh”. For Iranians this scarf became a symbol of the Iran-Iraq war and also the Basij. The Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, wears a “Chafiye” in most of his public appearances. Since these types of scarves have only recently become fashionable in Western countries, you could say Khamenei has been a step ahead of the fashion trends! 😀

A Poetic Confession

In Uncategorized on August 11, 2009 at 3:16 am

The pro-democracy green movement of Iran has produced a new confession video which is currently gaining popularity and being widely shared on the internet. It is in the form of a musical song, something almost like a dark poetic rap / hip-hop song. Serious and gloomy. Now it is available with English subtitles:

The English is of course just a literal translation and unfortunately does not capture the poetic beauty of the song.

The Underground Tunnel Under The UK Embassy

In Uncategorized on August 9, 2009 at 7:15 pm

We finally figured out who built the underground tunnel under the British embassy in Tehran:

This shameless CIA and BBC(!) agent does not even regret her immoral actions 😀 We love the funny accent.

I Confess – A Tribute to Mohammadreza Jalaeipour

In Uncategorized on August 6, 2009 at 8:05 am

On a more serious note, supporters of the green movement have created a confession video as a tribute to Mohammadreza Jalaeipour, one of the talented young Iranian minds who was arrested after the elections and is considered to be under pressure / torture to confess to lies. This video has been growing popular among Iranians in the past couple of days and is now available with English subtitles:

There is also a Facebook group advocating the release of Mohammadreza.