Sunday, October 21, 2012
Dear members of the EU Parliament,

It has come to my attention that you are planning to visit the Islamic republic of Iran very soon. As you may know, in that country, at this very moment, a fierce battle rages between a freedom seeking nation and the forces of oppression. Oppression of everything that you -and Europe as a whole- stand for, or are supposed to stand for. In Iran, visiting dignitaries from abroad will be used against any opposition forces by the fascist leadership, as has been the practice for the past three decades. Whatever goals you may have to visit Iran, for the regime your presence alone will be sufficient. Because, anyone with the nerve to question the authority of the fascist regime in Iran will be told to shut up, since 'dignitaries from all over the world are standing in line to honour the Islamic republic with a visit.' I can only think that your intention to travel is the result of your naivety, with all respect. I do not want to think that you are actually going to Iran for your purse or that of your respective countries. That would be too gross. As a small reminder of the hospitality of the Islamic Republic of Iran, I enclose a link to a preview of a dramatised documentary that is made very recently about how people are being treated in Iran, once they fall into the hands of the people that you are going to meet. Maybe I must remind you of the fact that not everyone is in the possession of a diplomatic passport. Visiting Iran at this moment is an affront to all the people who already gave their live in the struggle against oppression, and to all who are ready to die for the freedoms that you yourself already enjoy. What is needed right now, is to call back our ambassadors from Iran immediately, not visiting Iran and thereby showing your consent with what is going on. You were not elected to sell us to the fascists! If you have any political sense, you cancel this trip and you let the whole world know why. The reasons are self-evident: the people of Iran have sufficiently demonstrated that enough is enough. Ignoring the present situation in Iran, and acting according to the 'business as usual' approach that has stained Europe's policy towards the Islamic republic for the past thirty years, will bring you great shame and hunt you till your last breath. This is your moment to show moral courage. Seize it and you will be honoured for the rest of time. Ignore it, and you will show to the whole world what you are: a spineless, greedy politician, who failed when the moment to speak out presented itself. I wish you a lot of intelligence and courage, because you will be going to need it. Yours faithfully, Neek Seresht

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Here I will share with you my thoughts on music, literature and politics.

I am specifically interested in the treasury of Parsi literature.

Iran, and the movement for democratic change have my special interest too.

While singing, reading, writing and thinking, I like to hear the Voices of Pars.
You know who I'm talking about ....

Responsabilities of a succesfull Transitional Government in Iran
Protest at the IRI embassy, The Hague, August 5th
United4Iran, Amsterdam, July 25th 2009
Iranian protest, The Hague ICC, July 9th
Iranian protest, Brussels, 4th of July
London Speech by Prince Reza Pahlavi
Human rights for Iranian citizens now !!
October 29, Cyrus the Great Day
In Iran, even art is being put behind bars
Iran students protest against Ahmadinejad
Iran: arrests of demonstrators continue
Rafsanjani off the hook ... for now
Student activists: Death to despotism, Death to dictator
In Iran, stoning of women continues
SMCCDI urgent action call
IRI murders Akbar Mohammadi
Terror tactics against union
Pahlavi critical of the West's offer to Iran
Prison as a mirror of society
Hostage takers against hostage taking
Nuke plants in a quake zone
United by their natural rights and their humanity
Knowledge in the hands of the evil-natured man
To whom it may concern
Adonis speaks ...
Where are the billions?
A letter from Iranian students
Opposition or opposition to the opposition?
Partir, c'est mourir un peu
Follow the money
The policy of doing nothing
Vani is equal to a murder
Under Islamic Law there is murder ...
12 Reasons against nuclear energy for Iran
The Times on 'One man, one vote'
An interview with Oriana Fallaci
Prince Reza Pahlavi speaks on CNN
Elections in Iran
Fascism in Islamic countries
Football is ...
Action in Europe
The Iran of Tomorrow Movement
60 or 70 million
A man and a bear

Conference of the Birds

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