It seems that these two women are not going to stop. Today I received an email that was sent as a spam and invited me to go to the unveiling of Gender X report by Shadi Amin (Soheila Amin Torabi) in London. I laughed when I looked closer. At the end of the poster for this event the two organizations, 6rang and Justice 4 Iran had been mentioned as organizers of this event.
I remembered that after an extensive disclosure of the activities of the two organizations (HERE), it turned out that both organizations, 6rang and justice 4 Iran have one director and one member only: Shadi Amin (Soheila Amin Torabi) herself. This means that the only member and only director of the two organizations (can we really call these an organization after all) to publish his report pamphlet (which she insists on giving it the title of a book, but anyone who has been to university and library once or at least has finished high school, understands what a book and research is) has held a party, and calls it a book unveiling.
I saw the name of the center in the poster, and I contacted their headquarter in London. Without mentioning this event, I asked how much would it cost if I was to hold a ceremony of such volume in there? The minimum price given was 10,000 USD.
I thought to myself this money and money used to make names for these people through the publication of material that has no scientific value, and it is not known how it was prepared at all, the organization of costly and useless parties, and travel expenses of travelers from different parts of the world to the event, what practical benefit does all of this have in homosexual’s lives? In particular, how can this event help thousands of asylum seekers who are in need of food and forced to work difficult conditions, and the tens of thousands of people who die in Iran so that they can survive. It’s free money after all. Are their financial supporters aware of this huge volume of splurge? To the widespread organizational and financial ambiguity, these personal uses should also be added. As one of those who wrote his letter to justice for the LGBT puts it, now we understands why for four decades, nothing has changed in Iran!
A normal citizen
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