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پیکوفسکی گفت...

چه آبی و اینجا چه خاکستری، فکر می کنم آنجا لندن است، نه؟ خیلی دلم می خواهد این معماری (ساختمان های باریک و دراز چیده شده کنار هم) را از نزدیک ببینم، اگر همه چیز طبق روالش پیش برود شاید عید توانستم بیایم و ببینم.

ناشناس گفت...

good jeebuz, it's dense and ugly!

ناشناس گفت...

Dear Amin: I read your short post on Nasser Por pirar and I wonder how you can compare him with Abdullah Shahbazi, if you have not read any thing from him and worse you are accusing him of being a non scientific. He has written eight volumes and keeps counting and how unfortunate it is that not to know him. You may or may not believe in conspiracy theory but if there ever was a “ scientifically oriented historical” book, it is Por pirar’s. He bases his research mostly on archeological facts and if you do not consider archeology as a science that is a different matter. I wonder why it is so hard to believe that some of the most important historical events are man made and preplanned. Roosevelt once said, “ Nothing happens, if it is not thought and planed before.” Please be open minded and read Por pirar and then you will never read another fairly tales called history books.

PS: 1: Por pirar’s essential ideas are totally opposite of that of Shahbazi’s

2: for example, if you do not consider the civil wars between the African nations as a part of history that is totally controlled by one or two giant diamond cartels, what do you call history? I can gave you tens of thousands example of it, take the 1953 overthrowing of Mossadigh.

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Alan گفت...

Hi. I would like to make friends with people who enjoy archaeology. I've joined this site (archaeology) to try to meet some new friends but I wondered if you knew of any other such sites.
interested in archaeology

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