"Ce que vous avez vu, ce qu'on a fait" par Hamed Ghashghavi
C'était au mois de Septembre, presque 6 mois après mon retour en Iran. Un soir et tout à fait par hasard, j'ai vu Thierry Meyssan, l'intellectuel international et l'expert des questions régionales, à la télé iranienne.
" Mike Gravel: what we can learn from Iran?" by foreignpolicy
Last week, the Iranian government organized a conference on "Hollywoodism" in Tehran, at which an international group of activists, religious figures, filmmakers, and politicians discussed the ideology of Hollywood films. In particular, many of the participants argued that films like Argo promote an anti-Iranian, anti-Islamic agenda
300A Propaganda Failure By Gwynne Dyer
Being cultural advisor to Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad must be one of the more thankless jobs on the planet, but Javad Shamghadri manages to keep busy. His latest foray is into the cultural space occupied by the teenage bloodlust demographic
Culture Jihad in Tehran By Prof. E. Michael Jones
Tehran is on the same latitude as northern Florida, but it is a mile-high city like Denver which borders on a desert on the south and even higher mountains on the north which stretch all the way to the southern shore of the Caspian Sea.
Remarks of Prof. Paul Sheldon Foote to 3rd Hollywoodism Conference
Having lived and worked in the Middle East and North Africa, Europe, and in Vietnam, I have had opportunities to witness personally the distortions from reality of Hollywood films. Married in Tehran, Iran, I have had the opportunity for 44 years to understand Iranian values and experiences. We can learn lessons from some of the films relating to Iran
Hollywood-Style Staging, Special Effects and Video Fakery on 9/11 by Prof. James Fetzer
This presentation offers three examples of how photos, films and other evidence related to the events of 9/11 were altered, fabricated and faked to conceal that none of the alleged crash sites were authentic and that no “Big Boeings” crashed on 9/11: