Thursday, September 28, 2006

Too Soft

VOA Persian and Radio farda are two main sources of news and views for Iranians inside of Iran which are funded and managed by the US government and now a new report by another US government department says these two are too soft on the regime.

Well, it is no wonder that these two are considered too soft when you see regime supporters such as hoder and amirahmadi appear on them and lecture the Iranian people:
    [...]'s report states that while VOA's Persian TV service "often invites guests who defend the Islamic Republic (of Iran)'s version of issues, it consistently fails to maintain a balance by inviting informed guests who represent another perspective on the same issue."


Aryamehr said...

If the U.S. is serious about regime change in Iran a good way to prove that is their broadcasts into Iran!

Similarly in 1979 the bastard Brits and their BBC clearly sided with the terrorist Islamists and served as their loudspeaker during the outbreaks of riots, demonstrations etc.; always taking the Islamists side.

Anonymous said...

I’m sorry, but if we Iranians think and hope that a couple of TV stations and media propaganda is going to topple the regime in Iran, then we’re in for an obvious failure! The only element that can oust the mullahs is the mighty US military, not the opposition, Prince Pahlavi, MEK, human rights groups, the UN or the hunger strikes or VOA and other TV channels.

Some good old fashion, kick ass military operation will do.

Anonymous said...

Dear Aryamehr:

You're right about BBC. Not only they took the neototalitarian komeini's side, they also coordinated and systematically organized and led these riots and demonstration.

The treasury of Louis XVI, the last French King before the French Revolution, almost went broke financing the US Revolution providing not only with guns but all the gunpowders for all the colonies. Iranians are no different than the colonists. They need a little bit of help.