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25 January 2012
A young Iranian woman has written to me off and on for a couple of years. Yesterday she sent a note.
I responded in part with a few questions:
What do young Iranians think about our government and about the Iranian government? Also, do you think there will be war?
She replied immediately. I corrected some minor grammar:
“To make the long story short people in Iran, not just youth, hate the government and want to move out of the country as soon as they can. My sister [deleted] is moving to [deleted] with her husband this July and then when my mother gets retired, me, my younger sister [deleted] and my parents will sell our house and move to live with them. My father isn’t convinced yet but all he needs is time, I’m sure he will choose to come with us.
“I am a patriot and I will remain one no matter where I am, but lets face it. Things are bad and getting worse as every day goes by. I have plans for my future and do not want to stay in a country where my skills and capabilities are most likely going to waste.
"The Iranians do not hate you nor do they hate ur government. This is all the media. The people have nothing to do with the media Michael. No one is against you here except for those on the government's side. Unfortunately they’re not few, they’re actually many, but they won’t last forever. Someday this is all gonna turn upside down. Sometimes I ask myself do I wanna be here for the next revolution? I dunno ...
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