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Jahanshah Javid

Age: 58 |

Birth City: آبادان |

Joined on October 02, 2012

The one you love and the one who loves you are never, ever the same person.—Chuck Palahniuk
The next move would be up to Trump, who may have to decide between bombing Iran or letting Iran approach the verge of going nuclear. If he faces this dilemma, it will be the result of his own decisions—first, to pull out of the deal; second, to lift the sanction waivers. It’s not too late now to reconsider the latter—for his own good, as well as for the rest of us.—Fred Kaplan
Pompeo’s false boast that Americans are safer and the Middle East more peaceful as a result of Trump’s move two years ago is pure propaganda. Withdrawing from the JCPOA was an atrocious foreign-policy mistake.—Mark Fitzpatrick
Mr. Pompeo has approved a plan... under which the United States would, in essence, claim it legally remains a “participant state” in the nuclear accord that Mr. Trump has denounced...—The New York Times
I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea.—Donald Trump
Something bizarre happened in the markets: The price of a barrel of oil went negative.—The New York Times
The gypsies do not have different words for tomorrow or yesterday. Callico or Collico signifies both.—English Gypsy Language
The world would only begin to get something of value from the moment I stopped being a serious member of society and became -- myself!—Henry Miller
Suspending sanctions, clearing the I.M.F. loan and offering help, real help, may not make the Iranian government less dangerous. But it’s what America should be doing as a great nation, and unlike the alternative, it does hold out the possibility of making Iran less dangerous.—Editorial Board, The New York Times
Racism, the defence mechanism, which our collective psyche, being psychic, saw coming a long mile back, will be sung as prayer for the dead and the crown of asphyxiation will be placed on the skull of arrogance without pomp and circumstance.—Jam Hamidi