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Constitution of Iran Politics Club
Mission Statement of Iran Politics Club
Founder's Message of Iran Politics Club

Constitution of Iran Politics Club

1st Amendment.
Iran Politics Club's mission is to protect and serve the Persian Culture.

2nd Amendment.
Iran Politics Club supports the fight to establish Freedom, Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran.

3rd Amendment.
Iran Politics Club supports the achievement of equal rights for "All" Iranian (Persian) ethnic groups. Persian is the Latin term for Iranian; therefore, Persian means Iranian. IPC believes in all Iranian ethnic and racial groups including but not limited to: Persians, Azeris, Kurds, Turkmens, Baluchis, Arabs, Jews, Armenians, Assyrians, Blacks, Orientals, Indians and others, to have equal rights, equal votes, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of press, freedom of assembly and all other natural human rights and freedoms.

4th Amendment.
IPC is a club for intellectual discussions and debates about Iran, US, and World politics, philosophy, economy, history, sociology, art, science and related subjects. IPC is a club for "All the People," and not only for "some of the people". All nationalities, races, cultures, religions, ideologies; Persians, non-Persians, Zoroastrians, Muslim, Bahaiis, Christians, Jews, Atheists, and all other philosophical, political, economical ideologies are welcomed.

5th Amendment.
Freedom of speech, the 1st US amendment is the model rule, you may express yourself as long as you do not step on any other person's rights and you may do it without being afraid to be expelled. In this club we will; talk, criticize, analyze, comment, joke, humor and question everyone's opinion, belief, and ideology, freely. Nothing here is sacred! We will do the above to: God, prophets, religions, holy saints, Islam, Shiite, Sunni, Christianity, Judaism, Bahaiism, the government of Iran, Islamists, Fundamentalists, Moderates, Reformists, Atheists, Darwin, Karl Marx, Lenin, Communists, Tudehists, Leftists, Socialists, Fedayin, Mojahedin, Jebheists, Constitutional Monarchists, The Shah, Imperial family, Republicans, Democrats, Liberals, Social Democrats, Fascists, Falangists, National Socialists and everyone else. We will express ourselves freely. Freedom of speech is highly enforced.

6th Amendment.
IPC is a private club, "We the People", we the members are the owners, we will govern this club, there will be no big brother. All members are equal, all have rights, all have freedom of speech, expression, and assembly.

7th Amendment.
IPC club is free to join.

8th Amendment.
Prohibited Content: You may not post, upload, link to, or email any Content that contains, promotes, gives instruction about, or provides prohibited Content. Prohibited Content includes: (a) Any Content that breaks any US local, county, state, national or international law; (b) Content that infringes upon any rights [ex. MP3s and ROMs] including, yet not limited to copyrights and trademarks; (c) Viruses, Worms or any other harmful computer software; (d) Spam, Hard-core pornography, Chain letters, or Pyramid schemes; (e) Illicit drugs (f) Criminal and Harmful Material (g) Terroristic Threats.

9th Amendment.
Do not make the club boring with "direct personal profanity" towards one another. Once one does it, then everyone will participate in it and the atmosphere will become one boring place, lets make it hot and exciting. Lets value and build this stand for freedom, lets try to build a better world.

10th Amendment.
Iran Politics Club Website is not responsible for the material published in IPC, written by the various authors. The responsible parties are the authors who write the material. As a free tribune, IPC respects and abides by the Press Shield Law, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Assembly. The Freedom of Press (First Amendment of the US Constitution) guarantees for the press, the full authority to enforce the privilege of Freedom of Speech for "All" the people.

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Mission Statement of Iran Politics Club

Our Fundamentals lie in this statement:

Iran Politics Club supports the fight to establish Freedom,
Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran.

Freedom means Freedom of Speech, Press, Assembly, etc. for All.

Secularism means Separation of Religion and State for All Ideologies.

Federalism means the belief in Internal Autonomy for All States and Minorities to govern themselves and only to obey the Central Government, on military affairs, diplomatic affairs, national security, and international trades.

Human Rights means that, All have rights, as equal human beings, despite their race, religion, ideology and ethnicity.

Democracy means government of people by the people and for the people.

We have started this tribune by believing in Freedom, Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy. Unfortunately not all people believe in these fundamentals.

Certain groups, do not believe in Freedom, because they openly trash Freedom of Speech. They do not believe in Secularism because they openly plan to create a Regime with Shiite Islam as the national official religion or they want to shove Zoroastrianism up people's throats! They do not believe in Federalism because they believe in Central government control to rule and dictate over states and minorities internal affairs. They don't even believe in many minorities such as Arab Iranians or Jewish Iranians to be Iranian Citizens, set aside to have rights! They do not believe in Human Rights because they openly agree that the Ends justifies the Means, so they can sacrifice tens of thousands of "Innocent" civilians to achieve control! And they definitely do not believe in Democracy; they either openly dispute Democracy and believe in government of a specific social class or group, or they are "Closet Totalitarians" and they are reluctant to reveal their true face!

Above are our fundamentals and we believe in them. Guests may come and preach their own ideology, as they please. We respect their rights to Freedom of Speech in IPC, but that does not mean that we will change our Foundation and Fundamentals, which this place was built upon them:

Iran Politics Club supports the fight to establish Freedom,
Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran.

And that's All.

More power to all freedom fighters of Iran

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Founder's Message of Iran Politics Club

Iran Politics Club supports the fight to establish Freedom, Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran. Iran Politics Club Website is a tribune for intellectual discussions and debates. Freedom of speech is our motto; IPC is a private club for hot, bold, and free political, economical, historical, sociological, geographical, ideological, and philosophical discussions about Iran, United States of America and The World. IPC is a club which runs by the people for "All The People". All the nationalities, races, religions, ethnicities, and political groups are welcomed; this is a place where freedom of speech counts. A place to expand our minds. IPC is a trading bazaar for the world's intellectuals to learn and teach a few tales to one another. May the torch of knowledge burn forever. Shall we practice democracy? Turn on the fire and turn up the heat. Let's get ready to rumble!

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