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Earlier results

I got the following results earlier.

All blogs and social media are banned

Note that all blog and social media platforms are banned in Iran.
So anybody on the following platforms that is banned has not been singled out.

You need your own domain to tell if you are really banned or not.





My site is banned in Iran.



Some lackey at the Iranian Embassy in Norway actually had the cheek to complain to a Norwegian students' group about this 2011 poster depicting Ayatollah Khomeini as a tyrant: "The Embassy of The Islamic Republic of Iran ... wants your organization to remove this picture as soon as possible"
The Norwegian students' group is standing up to the thug. Good for them: "We have been told that the image of the poster now has begun to circulate among students in Iran. I hope that this gives the Iranian students the feeling that we stand together, and that it can provide inspiration in the struggle for justice."
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"Someday" (2007) by Nazanin Afshin-Jam, who was a baby when the Iranian Revolution destroyed her country.
"Someday .. the darkness fades away"





Politics      Religion      Since 1995.


Banned in Iran: This site is banned in Iran.

Blocked by the regressive left and Islamists on Twitter: I love debate. I love ideas. But the Western left and their friends the Islamic right do not return the favour. Their response to opposing ideas, whether expressed politely or robustly, is often to block. See Who blocks me on Twitter.

I will debate almost anyone. Stick to ideas and I will debate you. But I do have rules. See Who I block on Twitter.

Where to debate? Twitter's best days are over. I am on Twitter at markhumphrys. Twitter was a truly great place for debate before 2016. You could meet everyone in the world, and argue about ideas. Since 2016, Twitter is broken. It is now full of reporting and bans and censorship. In 2019, Twitter even started shadowbanning me for no reason that was ever explained, or could ever be appealed. It is time to find a better place to debate. I am on Parler at markhumphrys.