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دلتان برای شاه تنگ نشده؟

Balatarin

در ۲۶ دی ۱۳۵۷ محمد رضا شاه پهلوی برای آخرین بار از کشور خارج شد.

امروز سالروز آن واقعه است.

سئوال:

پی تجربه ٣۴ سال  گذشته، آیا از میزان نفرت از آن زنده یاد کاسته شده؟

چرا نازنینان حکومت او را اصلاح ناپذیر و حاکمیت کنونی را اصلاح پذیر میدانند؟

آیا دلتان برای زمان او تنگ نشده؟

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maziar58

maziar 58 Maziar

You think Mr Reza Pahlavi is him?
just a Question.
NOT
IMHO.

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amirkabear4u

amirkabear4u Fairness and Equality in Justice

Fredy baby
You should ask this question from Jewwws to be fair. Have you asked them????
After so much giving and collaboration with Jewwws they let him down.
This is a good blog, it shows your lack of political information and general hatefullness.
Thank you..


trawetsdor

trawetsdor

As a matter of fact His Majesty MRP was as paranoid as other Iranians in many of his world views including one regarding our cousins.

Fred

Fred

حاجی؛
با مدعی مگویید اسرار عشق و مستی

ماشاءالله فرستادنت اروپا که رشد فکری کنی نه اینکه فقط قدت بلندتر و شکم قطور تر بشه.

پا بزن!

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Shirzadegan

Siavash

I am NOT crown Reza Pahlavi. As Maziar said you can NOT deny the glory of Iran during shah days and our way of lives before the mess in 1979. Million Iranians are my witness. Either they lived in that time or their parents told them about our nation being happy under shah smart leadership.
Anyway, if you have any question or concern regarding my write ups on this blog or other blog please let me know, I explain more.

maziar58

maziar 58 Maziar

masoud khan
Are you for real denying all that about our way of lives Before The Aan-ghollab ?
Presently there is a "Push" for change in Iran and Let's hope it'll be peaceful and Not turn to a "shove".

faraway

faraway

The Shah by Abbas Milani:


http://www.amazon.com/Shah-Abbas-Milani/dp/0230340385/ref=la_B001ITRGF4_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1358386040&sr=1-1

"Though his monarchy was toppled in 1979 and he died in 1980, Mohammad-Reza Shah Pahlevi, the last Shah of Iran, remains relevant today. He was a social reformer, a romantic egomaniac, and a deeply conflicted man and leader. Here, internationally respected author Abbas Milani gives us the definitive biography, more than ten years in the making, of the monarch who shaped Iran’s modern age and with it the contemporary politics of the Middle East. The Shah’s was a life filled with contradiction—he built schools, increased equality for women, and greatly reduced the power of the Shia clergy. He made Iran a global power and nationalized his country’s many natural resources. But he was deeply conflicted and insecure in his powerful role. Intolerant of political dissent, he was eventually overthrown by the very people whose loyalty he so desperately sought. This comprehensive and gripping account shows us how Iran went from politically moderate monarchy to totalitarian Islamic republic. Milani reveals the complex and sweeping road that would bring the United States and Iran to where they are today.

hajiagha

Iranian Canadian Artist Iranian Canadian Artist and homeless in Canada from 1995 is so bad Canada for living is worst as Iran in Human Right

some times yes and some times not to rich lazy people back in Iran

JustAnIranian

JustAnIranian

تمام ایرانیانی که میشناسم دلشان برای او و زمان حکومتش تنگ شده. زمانی که همه در ایران بودیم و در دنیا پراکنده نشده بودیم.

آنهایی که میگویند دلشان برای زمان او تنگ نشده، معلوم نیست خودشان را گول میزنند، یا کی‌ را؟

faraway

faraway

The huge size of diaspora post-revolution is actually in and of itself a good indication of how much people have missed him whether they like to admit it or not.

BahramtheIranian

Bahram I only wear my own watch

Now, I know, what the Chinese and East-Indian communities which are 10 times bigger than Iranian community are missing!!
the last Empire of China and being a British colony!!

faraway

faraway

Why are you here in the US? Why not go back to your islamic naab mohammadi?

faraway

faraway

Master of distortion; just like a mullah.

Those communities have evolved over a 100+- year periods not 34 years. Your dishonesty is despicable.

BahramtheIranian

Bahram I only wear my own watch

the influx of recently became middle class Chinese and east-Indians into major unbars in North America , preferably on the west coast, is less than 2 decades old, since china and India started doing well economically!!
let's say some 30% of Chinese became middle class, like now they can afford sending kids to school, cars...., over the last 2 decades!! a growing middle class, they were poor now they are better!!!! got it??? I need u to understand this before I go to the next step !!
what those MD would do after they became one??? as the economic rule of human behaviors says, they will try to maximize their interests, so they invest, on education of their kids and financial investments!!!
many of those investments will bear fruits which makes the rule that I just mention to be true!!
therefore, I conclude those 2 millions people who came on St the day after 2009 presidential election were all Chinese!!!
have u ever thought to open a shop for your progressive school of thoughts in China?? over a billion of people, u may find followers!!

faraway

faraway

LOL, I think you are trying to convince yourself...and even at that you are having a hard time. As a supporter of the fascists regime, you are able in your twisted world justify anything even unspeakable atrocities; therefore, you are impervious to facts and logic; hallmark of a religious fascist Islamist.

BahramtheIranian

Bahram I only wear my own watch

your understanding of my behaviors goes a long way!!! all the way to become a middle class and come here to talk to u!!
how far u have come, faraway??

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Chinese, East Indians, Filipinos, Pakistani, .......etc were begging to come to Iran to work in those days.
Iranian families were importing Filipino maids from Filipins to come to work in their homes. We were wealthy and pride nation. Unlike these days that Iranians embarrssed to say they are Iranians, we were pride of our national origion. Unlike these days,we never hide our nationality. Shahanshahi passport was very powerful in airports and well respected. All those countries around Persian Gulf were jealous of Iranians.
Under shah smart leadership, Iran was the most progressive country in the Middle East. Iran was part of Europe in the M.E. Dimond of Persian Gulf, The elite of M.E. Up to this day, the educated westerners remember those glory days of Iran.