Diary Of An Iranian Teacher
یکشنبه 20 شهریور‌ماه سال 1384


 First of all, let me express my deep thorough gratitude to all who have visited my weblog and also for their comments;

As I think my brain has been rewired so, I decided to divorce this blog and start a new one.

I would really appreciate if you edit my link to the following address.

 Iranian Teacher XP

شنبه 19 شهریور‌ماه سال 1384
Good bye Blogsky

I moved to: Here

چهارشنبه 16 شهریور‌ماه سال 1384
Katrina and Democracy

I really can’t believe my eyes as I see thousands of people have died in the recent hurricane. When it comes to attacking Iraq and Afghanistan the US has enough budget but when it comes to his own people 1400 national security guards are sent to New Orleans to kill every suspicious looking people who are needies.

Money talks again and again; haves(rich) and the police and ordinary people were informed of the storm so the rich saved their life as soon as possible but have-nots(the  poor)  had to be there and wait to see what has “fate” has brought them as gifts.

I didn’t know that after 9/11 neo conservatives have passed a law in the US constitution as “Anti–Flood Allocation to Louisiana”. Sorry, I am not preaching any one and I am not more catholic than pope but to see how a government is careless to its people _no matter where the people are _is a pain in the neck. Now I tend to think that mullahs of Iran are no different from those neo conservatives, are they?

The government put the blame on the poor for not leaving the place but do they ever ask themselves with whose support and budget?


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