Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Iran Asks Russia to Help Send Man Into Space: Expert - Mosnews.com

- Here is another example of incompetence. Big toys are for big boys. If Iran's economy is depressed and people have to work three jobs in order to barely stay afloat, then the government has no business wasting national resources. Once Iran is a successful and prosperous country then, by all means, send a man to Mars if you want. But when children are forced to go out into the streets in order to bring money home to the family you, as a government, are accountable to them first.

If the Islamic Republic is a "democratic country" then maybe they should submit this to the people of Iran and see if the majority accepts this as a proper expenditure of money. It is the people of Iran that decide where the government's concentration is to be placed. In no democratic nation does the government have a free hand to do what it pleases simply because it is in power. If Ahmadi-nejaad was really elected, did he run on a platform of space exploration? Was this decision ever brought to the people? Do you think the people would approve if this ever was brought to the people? The Islamic Republic's bravado recently would be comical if it wasn't so sad.

I don't even get angry anymore when I read stories like this. I only feel sorry for the administrators of this regime because they are desperately looking for reasons to justify their power. They have failed in every respect when it comes to the economical, social, and cultural administration of Iran. Thus, they are forced to point to nuclear enrichment and space exploration to validate their existance. Very sad.

THE QUESTION IS NOT WHETHER IRAN HAS THE RIGHT TO NUCLEAR ENRICHMENT OR SPACE EXPLORATION. RATHER, THE QUESTION IS WHETHER THE COUNTRY IS IN A POSITION WHERE IT CAN AFFORD IT.


Revolution is nearing. Long Live Iran.
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Iran wishes to send a man into space. The country plans to ask Russia for help and Russia is not opposed to the idea, a Russian expert said on Tuesday.

“The idea of the first spaceflight by an Iranian is very attractive to Iran in the light of the country’s ambitions to become a key state not only in the region but in the whole Islamic world,” the director of the Russian Centre for Modern Iranian Studies, Rajab Safarov, was quoted by RIA-Novosti as saying while on a visit to Tehran.

Safarov said “the Russian side does not object” to helping Iran. He added that the Iranian leadership would put the proposal to Russia “in the very near future.”

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Wed Apr 19, 01:44:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Ruzbeh Hosseini said...

Because I'm not your mother, I won't give you a proper response. But if you had any moral sense, then you wouldn't hide behind the "anonymous" pseudonym.

Wed Apr 19, 03:07:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous iron sheik said...

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Thu Apr 20, 08:54:00 AM 2006  

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