The silence at the present time will bring the curse of the next generation on us.
In the name of human identity
We must stand for Rights for oppressive to surrender. "Dr Abolhassan Bani-Sadr"
My generation is the generation lives after the revolution, generation that has not experienced SAVAK, not seen the leader of the revolution, and the revolution itself.
Only have seen the oppression, rape and crimes of this system that is up to its neck in corruption!
But in twelve years at school with religious and revolutionary study, which described the SHAH (KING), as a cruel dictator, against Islam. The revolution is the only way to freedom and independence, and of course, also the genuine Islam of Mohammadi.
In the lesson "of the Islamic revolution in Iran," we learned the Shah’s policy was not Islamic, and the corruption made people angry, the clergy been insulted, SAVAK attacked people and the homes, young opposing Shah was detain and torture.
The people’s financial economy was poor, Shah did not have stable inflation, and University was not safe place.
In the lectures of the revolution the professor told us: our revolution is to have political and economic independence, freedom for youth, and intellectuals, free from prison.
The country's wealth and resources will not be exploited by the West. Corruption disappear, people make the decision, free University, Law based on Islam, lies, poverty, discrimination, torture, cruelty……….disappear!! Now I ask the revolution generation.
What happen to all that promises?
Where is the promises made to our fathers?
Where is the Republic based on the people’s opinion and not one person ideals?
The freedom of speech and belief, people denied by SAVAK and the Islamic Republic were going to give us?
Where is the dynamic economy and breaking the root of poverty?
Where is the free water and electricity?
What happen to promise for FREE University environment?
Does the genuine Islam of Mohammadi, was practical in community?
You have not answered us, how can we answer our children? What will happen to the future?
Is the future generation asking why did you not choose the fate of our country?
Why to put up with what your fathers chose for you?
What the history book will write about us in 100 years time? Is it the same question that we ask you, they will ask us?
Will they not ask how we ignored the oppression?
The silence of generation after revolution is very high, so much that even the supremacy of government could not afford it. The prisons are full of the revolution’s generation.
In the past 12 years they tried to train the same generation and we stayed silence.
During the past 12 years plus four years, the government ideology was imposed on us.
All of the television serial, film and media advertised their religion and yet we stayed silence.
Whatever happened, never ask what happen to dose promises to our fathers 33 years ago?
We the generation after revolution have responsibility to do what our fathers did not.
This was not our arrangement that many young people stay in prison for very long, and spend the best time of their lives in prison and others stay at home!
This was not our arrangement that the dearest go stray and seek help in other countries and others stay at home!
This was not our arrangement that stay silence against execution, destruction of our boarders!
Until now we have been very victorious, because the Government project of 20-30 year-old to provide training, failed. We are not only the generation of obedience, but we had 20 years of training, still did not accept. We were cheated in election! But we disclosed the wrong doing! We were tortured but not broken. We were prisoner but learned the freedom. We unlike you learn from the history. We are not only for ourselves but for the sake of history that prohibit the silence!
Remember if we back up, they come to us!
We remember and not to forget, that we are responsible for the young people who lost their lives for us.
How nice is it to free our country all together?
Foundation Bahman Moradian pey