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SalarHaqq

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Iran can infiltrate "oy vey, muh yisroel"; druze and Circassian minorities are an excellent way to embed moles within but it will take time, effort and a lot of trials and bitter failures.

Iran has infiltrated the zionist regime at even higher levels in the past.

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Gonen Segev: Israel ex-minister admits spying for Iran​

Published 9 January 2019

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-46808797

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Israel Prisoner X: Ben Zygier 'leaked Mossad secrets'​

Published 18 February 2013

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-21496738

They claimed he "hanged himself" in a high security prison. Yes, sure.

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Israel Releases Prisoner X2, Former Senior Mossad Official Secretly Imprisoned for Betraying Israel​

May 7, 2018 by Richard Silverstein

https://www.richardsilverstein.com/...cial-secretly-imprisoned-for-betraying-israe/

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Chances are Iran has more of these.
 
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I'm looking to global crude oil prices index and when you scroll down to the section that covers Iran it says "deliveries to North Western Europe", "deliveries to Mediterranean", "deliveries to South Africa" etc. Wouldn't sanctions be preventing Iran from selling to some of these regions openly ?

Also notice how Russia is selling some of their crude for $77. Even if it's heavy crude, Canada is selling it for $95. That's a 20% discount. I've heard that they're selling large amounts of oil to India and China at that price.

Anyways can someone explain the part about Iran ?

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Iran has infiltrated the zionist regime at even higher levels in the past.

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Gonen Segev: Israel ex-minister admits spying for Iran​

Published 9 January 2019

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-46808797

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Israel Prisoner X: Ben Zygier 'leaked Mossad secrets'​

Published 18 February 2013

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-21496738

They claimed he "hanged himself" in a high security prison. Yes, sure.

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Israel Releases Prisoner X2, Former Senior Mossad Official Secretly Imprisoned for Betraying Israel​

May 7, 2018 by Richard Silverstein

https://www.richardsilverstein.com/...cial-secretly-imprisoned-for-betraying-israe/

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We can be sure there are others.
These are good but there's a need to exploit entire demographics that become a security issue inside the kikeroach state (aside from Palestinians who're doing an excellent job by putting pressure both from West Bank and Gaza).
 

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So the Lira has currently hit an all time low against the US Dollar

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This explains why Erdogan is planning a new offensive in Syria. Right out of the authoritarian playbook. When the economy is not doing well, rally the people behind a military offensive.


The only question is, will the US do anything to stand up for their YPG allies this time or will they abandon them to their fate again ? If they honestly allow Erdogan to pummel them again, the YPG should seriously consider an alliance with the Syrian government. What the heck is the point of an ally that doesn't even stand up for you ?
 

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I'm looking to global crude oil prices index and when you scroll down to the section that covers Iran it says "deliveries to North Western Europe", "deliveries to Mediterranean", "deliveries to South Africa" etc. Wouldn't sanctions be preventing Iran from selling to some of these regions openly ?

Also notice how Russia is selling some of their crude for $77. Even if it's heavy crude, Canada is selling it for $95. That's a 20% discount. I've heard that they're selling large amounts of oil to India and China at that price.

Anyways can someone explain the part about Iran ?

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Delay in their data.quality of Iran's oil is equal to SA and Kuwait.price seems same range 108-111
 

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Russia can meet needs relying on Iranian goods: Russian deputy PM

Russia can meet needs relying on Iranian goods: Russian deputy PM
Tehran, IRNA – Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak

It would be possible by reducing imports’ restrictions and establishing relations based on currencies in both countries, Novak said at Russia-Iran joint trade meeting on Wednesday.

Pressures put on Russia by unfriendly countries increase the need to develop Moscow-Tehran ties, Novak added.

He went on to say that his country is after presenting a transparent and real image for bilateral relations.

Russia is interested in deepening cooperation with Iran, he underlined.

As Novak stressed, good opportunity was created last year for fostering bilateral trade exchange as the two countries witnessed an 81-percent growth in their trade volume.

Referring to Russia’s willingness to complete North-South Transport Corridor, the official said his country wants to develop the corridor, have access to Persian Gulf littoral region, and do more activities in that region.End

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Agreed.

It can be easily argued that one of the hallmarks of American culture in general is the glorification of violence itself and the use of it to solve most problems. Every problem looks like a nail when the only tool you have to deal with it is a hammer...
In the US there are so many guns that it's basically impossible for the government to retrieve them all even if they tried. The prevalence of firearms leads to a mentality of paranoia, where even people who are not inclined to purchase a gun end up doing so just for protection. The proliferation of firearms basically works like a domino effect.

In the thread dedicated to the recent school shooting, an American user appears to be trying to rationalize these horrible incidents by referencing the so-called second amendment of the regime's "constitution". Making it appear as if these massacres were sort of an "acceptable" price to pay in exchange for the supposed political "freedom" enjoyed by American citizens (in fact an enslaved lot brainwashed into staying permanently oblivious to their actual plight). Then they go on contrasting the condition of USA nationals with the supposedly "oppressed" people of China!

Read: let your children get shot every once in a while as they're attending classes and enjoy the so-called "freedom" to own firearms which are never going to allow you to resist a "dictatorial" power anyway (power that will always retain the upper hand in terms of armament), rather than to be assured of your children's safety but to be deprived of this preposterous "right" as well as of a pseudo-electoral circus show intended to project an illusion of "democracy".

The length to which USA regime apologists will go to try and sugarcoat the unjustifiable madness is astonishing. Latest variant: there are this many school shootings in the USA because that's the only way for American citizens to safeguard their "freedom" in case the Washington regime turned authoritarian (sorry, free... what? As if people had ever really gotten to "democratically" determine their destiny in the USA. What a joke :lol:)!

As one Chinese user correctly replied: no matter what excuse you'll come up with, if this sort of a tragedy is happening repeatedly, you are nothing but a failure. Amen to that, indeed.
 
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In the thread dedicated to the recent school shooting, an American user appears to be trying to rationalize these horrible incidents by referencing the so-called second amendment of the regime's "constitution". Making it appear as if these massacres were sort of an "acceptable" price to pay in exchange for the supposed political "freedom" enjoyed by American citizens (in fact an enslaved lot brainwashed into staying permanently oblivious to their actual plight). Then they go on contrasting the condition of USA nationals with the supposedly "oppressed" people of China!

Read: let your children get shot every once in a while as they're attending classes and enjoy the so-called "freedom" to own firearms which are never going to allow you to resist a "dictatorial" power anyway (power that will always retain the upper hand in terms of armament), rather than to be assured of your children's safety but to be deprived of this preposterous "right" as well as of a pseudo-electoral circus show intended to project an illusion of "democracy".

The length to which USA regime apologists will go to try and sugarcoat the unjustifiable madness is astonishing. Latest variant: there are this many school shootings in the USA because that's the only way for American citizens to safeguard their "freedom" in case the Washington regime turned authoritarian (sorry, free... what? As if people had ever really gotten to "democratically" determine their destiny in the USA. What a joke :lol:)!

As one Chinese user correctly replied: no matter what excuse you'll come up with, if this sort of a tragedy is happening repeatedly, you are nothing but a failure. Amen to that, indeed.
Having handguns(without auto fire) makes sense with American laws which can be replaced with other non-lethal self defense tools such pepper sprays,shockers and .... for most people.

Real problem comes from military grade weapons in hands of civilians.with such weapons someone can harm large group of civilians in matter of few seconds.

"Other side argues it's for safety against possible bad doing of government."
Government response against group of people armed with hand guns or AR-15 would be the same and you have no chance to change the outcome.
 

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Having handguns(without auto fire) makes sense with American laws which can be replaced with other non-lethal self defense tools such pepper sprays,shockers and .... for most people.

Real problem comes from military grade weapons in hands of civilians.with such weapons someone can harm large group of civilians in matter of few seconds.

"Other side argues it's for safety against possible bad doing of government."
Government response against group of people armed with hand guns or AR-15 would be the same and you have no chance to change the outcome.
Look, the right to bear arms is a noble one but amerikwans aren't qualified to have it (and frankly, neither are Iranians but it's a different discussion).

Swiss and Finns have a high gun ownership rate and yet their homicide rate is low. I'd trust even Yemeni and Chechen 9-year-olds to carry firearms before I would an amerikwan.
 

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Look, the right to bear arms is a noble one but amerikwans aren't qualified to have it (and frankly, neither are Iranians but it's a different discussion).

Swiss and Finns have a high gun ownership rate and yet their homicide rate is low. I'd trust even Yemeni and Chechen 9-year-olds to carry firearms before I would an amerikwan.
It has nothing to do with nationality.

Problem starts with their supreme court and it's relation with politics.
 

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Serbia to barter wheat and corn for fertilizers from Iran
It is a shame that IR is again dependent on foreign countries for food imports...Rouhanni did a great job of destroying Iranian wheat production by refusing to buy Iranian wheat and preferred to import the wheat rather than giving a bit more to Iranian farmers ( as instructed by MI6 of course)...now I give Raisi 2 years to fix the problem before I open my big mouth and complain..lol
 

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I am surprised that US and Israel have not had high tier spies like a minister in Iran.

Things are going to escalate soon.

Energy and oil
Missiles and drones
Plausible deniability
Nuclear escalation
 

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I am surprised that US and Israel have not had high tier spies like a minister in Iran.

Things are going to escalate soon.

Energy and oil
Missiles and drones
Plausible deniability
Nuclear escalation
I think America is too busy in Ukraine so it's not in their interest, the ball is Iran's court atm. My opinion is that next major escalation is unlikely in the Middle East until things in Ukraine become clear, they might even prevent Israel from starting stuff.
 

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