پیام شاهزاده رضا پهلوی بمناسبت نوروز ۱۳۸۹

پیام شاهزاده رضا پهلوی بمناسبت نوروز ۱۳۸۹
by arshan

پیام شاهزاده رضا پهلوی بمناسبت نوروز ۱۳۸۹
Reza Pahlavi Norooz message


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by maziar 58 on

capt- first happy nu rooz.

second your suggestion about the hair dye....

reminds me of my khoda biyamorz madar bozorg when she was laughing when ever I was wearing those RED CAPITAN T- shirts!!!

singing like : SIYAH GAR SORKH BEPOOSHAD KHAR BEKHANDAD; since I was really SABZEH.!


The Phantom Of The Opera

. The Pahlavis, all

by The Phantom Of The Opera on


The Pahlavis, all mullahs, and all public figures associated with the Green Movement  must disclose the source and the amount of their wealth/income.


To: Peter Pan

by Elham57 on

They can pronounce the name of our country any way they want. Honestly, as long as the world does not gang up against us, that's fine with me, and most of us, I am sure.

We both can love that land, but agree to disagree on Pahlavi dynesty.

Happy Noruz :-)


Happy new year

by benross on

He identifies himself as himself, as he always did. The most relevant message of this video is that he also identifies himself -finally!- as the heir of a dynasty.

I'm waiting for his call for an organized movement, as the legal crown prince of Iran, based on the only legitimate constitution of Iran. This organized movement will fight for a free referendum, to reset the nation's clock on modernity time zone, and subsequently to prepare an election for a constituent assembly for future of Iran. He has to force his opponents to organize themselves somewhere else, in another time zone and another rational... if they can and if it's not what is already there as IRI. They will soon find out that cheap shots and monarchy bashing can't be a proof of existence.

I don't think they matter anyway. But if Reza Pahlavi thinks they do, this is the best way to give them an opportunity to do something positive about whatever they think they should be doing.

Happy new year Crown Prince Reza. The beginning is still to come.

Peter Pan

"We had the respect of the world."

by Peter Pan on



They respected us as much as not even bothering pronounce our
country's name correctly. Doesn't "eye-ran" ring a bell? The mutual
removal of the  travel visa requirement was to "their" benefit first.

I shut the @#!$ up for your beauty only!

Happy Noe-Rooz


If you are anything like your father, or grandfather

by Elham57 on

you have my vote.

Your grandfather took a torn, backward country, and united it under one flag. A true revolutionary, and a visionary.

Your father spent 1/100 of what we later spent in war against Iraq, and spent it on military, keeping enemies out , sparing millions of lives, keeping Iran free, without going to war.

We had the respect of the world.

We may pick you as the King, or maybe we won't.

Either way, we owe much to your father, and your grandpa.

God bless them both.


greetings and sale no pish a

by alireza on

greetings and sale no pish a pish mobarak!
you are entitle to you opinion.So, I have no objection to you comment! except for part of it!
but I am wondering do you own a hair salon or beauty centre since you give your opinion on someone else's hair color and how she should dye that!
if you do us here a favor, please provide the address of your beauty shop, I may come over get some tips!


Mr. alireza

by capt_ayhab on

[people change, reinvent themselves and etc.]

In his majesty's case lets call it as it is? Opportunistic?


P/S I still insist that he is a lucky man for having such a beautiful children. Mrs Pahlavi on the other hand needs to go a bit easy on blond hair if she chooses to be representative of Iranian beauty. Not that she is not pretty but we do not see Mrs. Obama dying her hair blond do we?


I bet...

by alireza on

I can't relate to this idea of judging people by what they wear to they show off of themselves that is particular to Iranians due to some past behaviour of the family!

people change, re-invent themselves and etc.

let me be clear, I am not monarchist or anything political and when revolution happened I was 4. however, this is what i think:

Reza Pahlavi, is an Iranian,  firstly.

secondly he is an adult and is entitled to his opinion or photo op as you wrote!

His father was a dictator (let's assume that!) but then he was Reza's father as well, I think Reza Pahlavi is also entitled to put up his familiies photos wherever he wishes.

He give Iranian new year message, because he wishes so. you can do that as well. as many others do!or you can ignore it!

The last but not the least, the guy advocates free Iran, wether that is true or not, at least that is what he intend to do, and tries to do either in the wrong or correct way, he does it the way he believes it right!

So, i think we should respect him, even if we disagree with many things he does! 

So, he supports currerent movement, perhaps that is something he wishes to do.  none of our business. When it comes to chose a leader for Iran, don't go after him!:)


He is wearing green , he must be a Mousavi supporter or ...

by jasonrobardas on

   Karroubi supporter . Is he for the reform of the status quo ? may be not .

    He could be Irish perhaps ,  celebrating Saint patrick's day . Looking more closely though , it seems like  he is celebrating "Charshanbeh Suri" since there is a bon fire .  But wait this may be  a photo op telling us that he is the lover of Iran and Iranian traditions .

    I am so confused . I can not figure this out . In his speech he wishes  us freedom for the new year and democracy in the future  , while he has a photo of a dictator right beside him .  A dictator that people  got rid of . Is that dictator his guru or his late dad ?  

    I am totaly confused . Why is he wearing his patriotism on his sleeve . Excuse me on his shirt!!!!( Cho iran nabashad ......) . Is he telling us that he can not live an instant without Iran ?  Why does'nt he get a tattoo on his forehead saying " Damn it I wanna be the king "


Green T-Shirt?

by capt_ayhab on

Why is he wearing a Green T-Shirt?


P/S One thing that I can't but admire is that the gentleman certainly has a very beautiful family. 

I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek

Please stop being critical! Learn to worship your king.

by I Have a Crush on Alex Trebek on

Stop being so picky. When we have a puppet, we need to adore him. Listen, Reza is not some gossip socialite figure. He is a serious, hard working, back breaking freedom fighter. He searched all over town for that suit, so please try to just say "it's not IRI, so it must be good! He said the right words, must be good!"

You should only say bad things about the regime in Iran. OK? Suspend all critical thinking now!


His speech is fine

by MRX1 on

but I wish people stop using this phony date 1389 for an event that least has ben several thousend years old and for a country with 2500+ years of continous civilization.


I like to see his wife jump over the fire

by jasonrobardas on

   in those high heel shoes she is wearing .

   We need to re-establish the system of monarchy so we get to hear him every year .

     Do you remember Hoveyda's speech for Norooz every year ? He did not even bother to prepare a decent speech  . It was always the same crap ( Baradaran , Khaharan , Doostan va ham vatanane man . Norooz ra tabrik migooyam . Dar sali ke gozasht be movafaghiat haiee dast iafteem . Albateh hame va hame tahte rahbarie alahazrat shahanshah aryamehr. blah blah blah balah .....................................................................

   Out dated crap from failed pahlavi..............


Leave him alone

by mehdi79 on

Could you all anti-monarchists all i should say anti-pahlavis leave him alone. let him do his job and you guys do yours. in s free iran ppl will decide monarchy or republic


Acting American

by Monarchy_Forever on

"Khodavand neghahdare Iran baad"

Another way of copying US Presidents when they say "God Bless America"

Reza, your unoriginality is so ..........