Well. Well well
I don’t know where to start, economics or politics? In none there has been a progress.
1. As days are passing to the day of decision making about Iran’s nuclear program in the Security Council, Iran is losing its last chance of winning at least in some aspects of the issue. US suggested Iran to transfer some of its nuclear activity to Russia, in a place which US could directly observe everything that is happening. But Iran refused it, you know what, these people hate whatever that might help us to be trusted by the rest of the world.
2. The continuing downfall in the trade of stocks at Iran’s Stock Exchange market at an unprecedented rate, particularly after president Ahmadinejad’s remarks on the state of Israel two weeks ago, have lead a number of government economic advisors to propose to the administration that they temporary close Tehran’s Stock Exchange Organization. (rooz online) so, so, so, is there anybody to tell me why someone should be silly enough to keep his money here. They say the closure will be on next week. They won’t close the stock exchange to decrease its following political pressure. They think people will forget Mr. President’s remarks and its effect on everything in 2 or 3 weeks. Sorry Mr. President. Not only we can’t forget your continuous faults, but the history will remember it as one of the darkest periods of my beloved country.
3. Tehran university library was burnt. They say it’s because of the lack of the equipments, but is that an acceptable excuse? Tehran university is one if the oldest and best universities of Iran.
4. An appeal court has acquitted an Iranian secret agent of killing a Canadian-Iranian journalist, whose death in detention two years ago led to Canada's recalling its ambassador to Tehran, defense counsel said Wednesday. I receive 5 to 10 news alerts about Iran from CNN. This is one of them. Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of Iranian origin, died in July 2003. She was arrested while taking photographs outside a Tehran prison during a student demonstration.
5. UK didn’t accept Iran’s proposal on secret closing of Isfahan nuclear power plant, reported by Rooz online. But Iranian politicians still claim that, there are still solutions for Iran’s problems.
Is there anybody out there to help me, I really wanna know what solution they are exactly talking about?