What is all the fuss about Monarchy?


by fozolie

I am going to take a leaf out of Shazde's proverbial book, in other words stir the Shitte a little bit. I don't understand why the monarchists are so bothered in briniging back the Pahalavis.

We have a Shah in accordance to our cultural norms as opposed to a European/Modersnist one already. Ali Geda is it. We Iranians never had European style monarchy anyway. We have been ruled by a strongman leader of a marauding tribe (with the exception of Pahlavis) for the past couple of millenia (15 tribes to be exact).

So what is your beef? Is it because he is an Akhoond? Consider this, there is no Akhoodary in Arabia the true home of Islam. All this Shia-ery, celebration of births and deaths is not Islamic. It is Persianisation of Islam. No wonder we are considered heretics. Besides these Akhoonds are all true Iranians as in all likelihood they are the remanents of Magi who disappeared so fast, only to quickly learn Arabic and work their way back slowly but surely, defiling Islam ever since by mixing it with strange Greek philisophy claiming it as original thought. Isn't this for the Magi (Mogh) caste to have a go at kingship?

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a Shah!! We have a Shah already. So what is the difference between Ali Geda and any other Shah? He makes arbitrary decisions, he is the king of Islam, he is the guiding hand of lesser Iranians, and he is full of himself. He has a thick skin, and he has facial hair. In regards to the latter except for the odd period of Pahlavis who as symbol of the much resisted and hated Modernists dragged us kicking and screaming out of middle ages, Ali Geda fits the bill perfectly with ample facial hair. The name Pahlavi itself seems to cause an illogical Pavlovian psychotic reaction in Iranians. It is best to stick to the lowest common denominator who can offer a leader capable of maintaining facial hair.

So all we need to do is repeat Mashrouteh just like Ground Hog Day and convince the Shah of Islam his Ali Gedaness to become a consititutional monarch.

I am feeling dizzy all of a sudden. I really shoud not mix wine with rum. My brain hurts.


Recently by fozolieCommentsDate
History of Violance
Nov 30, 2012
More Congratulations to Iranians
Jun 28, 2012
King of Islam
Jun 27, 2012
more from fozolie

nitemustfall on "Getting Yourself Educated."

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

How do you mis-represent and slander the late Shah a Dictator????  Get a Dictionary, Self-Educate and discuss.

P.S. If you don't have a single example of the late shah using absolute power in over 30 years in power, then please don't just learn and move on, but share your new found wisdom with others.  

On the rotten memories.. //iranian.com/main/blog/areyo-barzan/what-are... read an article written today by someone else and think.

Shazde Asdola Mirza

This reminds me of a 1978 demonstration in Rasht (joking):

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

یک گروه جوانان "غیور" رشتی در میدان شهرداری تظاهرات میکردند، و داد میزدند:

"ما شاه نمی‌‌خواهیم ... ما شاه نمی‌‌خواهیم!"

ولی‌ دو تا ماشین گارد شهربانی از راه می‌رسه و همه از ترس جا میزنن، و فریاد می‌کنن:

"چونکه یکی‌ داریم ... چونکه یکی‌ داریم!"


Mr. Fozolio, we want a real Shah not a fake one w/ a fake hand!


The most Ali Gedda qualifies for is to hold aftabeh for the late Shah! Hey, Ali Geda, wait for the sake and here is your yek gheroon tip! :-)


Shlomo Loves Shah


Nicely done Fozolie

by nitemustfall on

Interesting, funny and yet very meaningful. Well done my friend.

But for hard-core monarchists such as Darius Kadivar who is one of those who used to call themselves "Gholam-e-Jaan-Nesar" (Slaves who would shed their life for the dictator Shah) logic never matters. These people fail to realize that for majority of REAL Iraninas who live inside Iran, the name "Shah" brings sorrow and rotten memories of the past, and the very last thing they would wish for is getting rid of one dictatorship and fall into another. 


Btw, D.K, my avatar has no connection with the Monarchy. Educate yourself!



fozolie, I enjoyed your witty and funny article, merci.

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

You hit so may nails on the head in your stupper, you hurt more than your own brain, but the brains of our so called democrats too.

If the geniuses behind 1979 had the mind to perceive what you rightly point out, they wouldn't be impetuous anti-pahlavi-gu-tans.

The manipulation, that cut the deepest wounds for Iranians and caused the most pain with the intention of retarding Iranians even more was the unforgivable use, by anti-pahlavi-gu-tans and anti-monarchy-gu-tans, of human rights abuses/ alleged tortures / against Savaki's, despite the impressive track record of Savaks officers in doing the opposite.  Movements created based on lies have a terribble impact on their intended victims and leave an unremovable stench on the hands of those who cast the odor. 


Merci for you comments

by fozolie on

You are all very kind.  Dariush jaan I was more thinking of Crown Butcher Gheble Basijeeyoun Mojtaba.  

Mr. Fozolie

maziar 58


by maziar 58 on

O.k nicely put "ensha" that there is no difference between now and then shah or molla.

But YES you shouldn't mix Rum withWine.


Anahid Hojjati

Thanks fozolie for the interesting read

by Anahid Hojjati on

My favorite line was:"

So all we need to do is repeat Mashrouteh just like Ground Hog Day and convince the Shah of Islam his Ali Gedaness to become a consititutional monarch. "

Although I do hope for more than that.

Darius Kadivar

So why were you complaining about the Flag dispute ? ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Monarchy is about Continuity of a dynastical Lineage ... Or blood line if you will of the ruling dynasty ... To my Knowledge Khamenei is not Khomeiny's Son ... Nor have I ever heard of the expression "President of the Jungle" ? ...


The lion King - I just can't wait to be king



Indeed you really shoud not mix wine with rum ! Good Try though ;0)) 


I just Loved It

by Azarbanoo on