I mean they believe in what their parents believed 20-30 years ago and these bloggers or activists represent what their family did.
And since Islamic revolution of 1979 is a major divider in Iran's politics then I have to refer to this element a bit more and use it as an important element to identify the groups I am talking about...
If their parents were against the Shah's regime and were part of the religious/communists movement, then these people (mostly at their 20s or early 30s now) are also against any thing that may be related to monarchy, USA or what they call "Imperialism".
If their parents were for the Shah and against the revolution and Khomeini, then one may see a pattern of being pro-America, pro-Shah or pro-capitalism and anti leftism.
It is indeed sad to see that majority of these activist do not believe in any type of independent thinking and reject any thing that is against their families' beliefs, be it right or left.
It is rare to find an idea or sort of belief that is formed independently and is not under influence of others' activities or opinions.
اگر خوب نگاه کنيم و ببينيم که ما کمونيست يا ضد امريکا يا ضد امپرياليسم هستيم يا حتي بر عکس طرفدار شاه يا امريکا يا کپيتاليزم هستيم ميبينيم که همه اينها به نوع نگرش خانوادگي ما به دولت انقلاب و مسائل جهاني بر ميگرده و اگه فلان بلاگر ضد امريکا هستش احتمال اينکه در يک خانواده ضد امريکايي بزرگ شده باشه بسيار بسيار زياده و همينطور بر عكس اين قضيه هم صادق هست و همه این رو میشه در این جمله خلاصه کرد که سیاست بازی ایرانی هم ارثی هست مثل سایر چیزهای ایرانی