Dec 20, 2004

Why Afghan Lord?

I started this blog to share my opinions to a broader audience. I have been blogging in Farsi for the past few years but I never maintained it well. I jumped from service to service - meaning I never preserved one specific address for blogging. Blogger hasn't yet enabled or added Farsi language, though Arabic was there like hundreds of other languages. Blogging on Iranian server is not a pleasing experience. Since Iranian blogging services are controlled by the Iranian regime, I must restrain the rein of thoughts lest the Iranian government become angry and force the blogging service to delete my blog. It has often happened. Iranian blogging services have deleted several blogs which authored by Afghanistan. In fact, I was notified by the Repoters Without Borders that has blocked more than 540 IPs belonging to users logging to their server from Afghanistan.

Anyhow, this blog is created to voice some ideas and spur demands for discussions. This is also a platform where I can alleviate some inner feeling of anxiety. I must finally rid my mind of uncertainty, I feel I have been in some sort of erratic mood. This mercurial temperament must had been one of the reasons that I have never been able to establish a state of tranquil. Perhaps, I am afraid of tranquil lest I fall into the ditch of a humdrum life.

I open this window for discussion and for blogging on social and political lives of Afghans. If you are interested in looking at Afghanistan from a different perspective and non-biased, then here is the place. I must rebel against this kind of thought, too presumptuous one. It is not true at all that I am not biased. Every is biased in someway or the other.