Quote: Originally Posted by Sal
Wow, I didn't know this
More like the CIA/MOSSAD psyops have more than a little free time on their hands.
Know how 'Argo
' is supposed to show Iran as fully totalitarian and fully invasive of people's rights, that is accurate if you realize that the ones taking orders were used to the SAVAK which was the Iranian arm of the CIA so the way it is portrayed is the way it was at the time of the revolution before the Shaw lost authority.
Even then, changing 25 years of 'normal' does not occur overnight. even without having to deal with the US and their form or retribution for saying 'no thanks all the same'.
That is how 'the script writers' knew so much about the methods they used, they came out of their own play-book.
Today the 'petty-crime' prisons in Iran are getting back to the way the movie "midnight Something' that landed a US citizen in jail in Turkey of Afghanistan. Back then it was portrayed as brutal and inhumane and almost worth going to war over. Look at the conditions today and the prisoners of today (and society as a whole) would see it as 'moderate' to say the least. If it is that casual for the 'hard-core' then petty crimes would be even 'less severe'. Treason and spies still get the same treatment as any CIA bloack prioson except they are heard from again.
Inside largest Iranian Prison in Karaj - Rajaee Shahr prison
Quote: Originally Posted by Machjo
Oh that Mahmud! What a womanizer. what a dirty little promiscuous perv.
Did you get off course and end up in Havan in 1960? (just after the CIA brothels were shut down. That is your own perv gears whirling rather than it being fact filled, yucky to say the least)