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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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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!

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.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

For those who don't know.
UN-like these days that international community look at Iranians like a homeless Palestinian or terrorist group such as Hammas, the international community were looking at Iranians with RESPECTand DIGNITY when shah was in power. We were respected in the airports once we were showing "Shahanshahi passport". Everybody who lived in those era knew this historical fact.Some people probably don't know because of their age. They probably were not born back then.
Shah brought dignity, pride and respect for Iranians around the world.
Under shah's smart leadership, we were well respected around the globe.
White revolution abolished and made it illegal the virgin girls who used to sleep with the "Khan" or "Feudals" first night of her wedding. That was first step of white revolution.
White revolution by shah sent "Troop of education" to the villiges to educate people in rural areas. The rate of illiteracy dropped drastically.
White revolution with principal of "troops of health" vaccsinated villigers who were living in rural areas. They used to die for simple disease and lack of health.
Shah didn't want to see any Persian kids goes to his/her bed hungery at nights, so he mandated FREE NUTRITION in the schools.
The list goes on and on.
We have to appreciate some one who did this much for our country, our people.
Don't you guys think so?
yes, we appreciate for all shah's efforts to modernize and improve our country to the level of European standards. If we don't want to appreciate, that shows the defect in our culture. We need to learn to say "Thank you"
Sure, we miss him for all he had done for our nation and our country.
God bless his soul.
R.I.P our king.

fussygorilla

fussygorilla

Your long essay is only good for "those who don't know". It is nostalgia, lies, misinformation, and bitterness. These thoughts only occur to those who are blind at the tremendous progress and change for the better that has occured in iran. Whether the ruling regime is "religious" or wear a turban does not make a difference. The shah had sold his people to U.S. and you must have been blind not to see the poverty and misery of millions at that time. He gave Iran's oil cheaply to get Amercian weapons totally ignoring the nation's needs. Yes, you think as Iranians you were respected in the world! It was not you but your money that those people "respected". I bet you have not lived in Iran in recent years and do not hear anything but propaganda you are fed. Ignorance is a bliss. Stay happy.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Please, scroll down to 9 chart from the top.at this link.

http://www.wtrg.com/prices.htm

you will see the chart on Iran's oil price. It shows Iran's oil price dropped drastically after shah left the country (Jan 1979). It was highest price at $40 per barrell during shah days and it was dropped sharply to $18 per barrell. Stayed at $18 per barrell for a long time.





Shirzadegan

Siavash

BTW,
For fussygorilla's information.
I forgot to mention that Iran's oil from $40 per barrell during shah days dropped to $18 per barrell after shah left Iran. yes, Ignorance is a bliss.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

"He (shah) gave Iran's oil cheaply to get Amercian weapons" fussygorilla
Those American weapons saved Iran from the bloody hands of Arabs and Saddam Hossain when they invaded Iran in 1980. According to khomaini public speech: " shah saved us good amount of weapons to defeat Iraqis".
Yes, Unlike these days that the Iranians were strip search (even in their butt holes) in airports or Iranians were looked down as a "terrorits",we were all respected when shah was on power. Shah brought dignity and respect for Iranians around the world. That important fact could easily be seen in South Africa when only Iranians and Europeans were allowed to use bars and restaurants in downtown Johansburg and cape town. All Arabs, pakistani or indians were jealous of Iranians. We were happy and everybody (especially Indians) loved to come to Iran to enjoy our wealthy country.
"He (shah) gave Iran's oil cheaply" fussygorilla
Iran was selling oil about $40 per burrell by late 70's. The highest price in the history of O.P.E.C. That is common knowledge and could easily google search to see the occuracy of my claim. Yes, Ignorance is a bliss.

esfand

esfand Cho Iran nabashad, tane man mabad

At the end of the day, the true resource of a country is its population. Oil, minerals, gas, .... are all secondary.

Iranians have shown they are are able to contribute positively to the communities they reside in, when given education. Just look at how many Iranians work at JPL, NASA, ....

maziar58

maziar 58 Maziar

If any body think we're O.K with what we got.........
Good for them.
But I don't think so.

P.Galenous

P_J. An Iranian!

There isn’t an iota of difference between this varmint and the maggots that replaced him!

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

amirparvizforsecularmonarchy I Love Waterfalls and Find One of the most humorous things in the world; is the notion that Americans are a greater force for good & more civilized than Nazi's, Mullahs and Communists.

Not True, the late shahs team helped to create peace, progress, human rights, freedom, justice and equality and got people to really focus on this life. This IRI destroys all of the above and says that this life does not matter and focus on the afterlife. Your point of view has been completely disproved. Unless you based your case on unconfirmed propaganda propagated by enemies of Iranians and enemies of Iran's monarchy. Do you really choose to be on the side of those who participated in 1979?

You base your entire case by attacking the character and dignity of one man? A man who never used absolute power. A man who ordered the National army to peacefully stand down in 1978. A man who helped Iranians create the largest growth in middle class in the entire world as a percentage of the Iranian Population. A man who under never allowed Savaki's to break the law and harm political prisoners of extremist groups. Ask Abbas Milani! Or the IRI including Karoubi, Khamenei etc.

P.Galenous

P_J. An Iranian!

Obviously, you are a hard core Shahollahi/Hezbollah individual/character, and like your brethren blind to the realities of time, i.e. the MISERABLE Pahlavi rule/era, that sponsored, via SAVAK, the pillage, confiscations, theft, murder, committed by this monster and his corrupt family, the “Pahlavi Criminal Enterprise”!

Today, even some of his closest confidants, have confessed to his wrongs and corruption; his lack of vision and expediency for wrongfully protecting, promoting the Mullahs, and if you listen to Milani, more carefully, you see that he lays the blames squarely on the corruption of Pahlavi regime for the emergence of these VICIOUS, heartless and out of mind, Akhoonds, that M R Pahlavi had courted with tons of money over the period of 37 miserable years.
You lost credibility when you defended one of the most notorious organizations in Iran, SAVAK! That alone, conclusively, tells people like me; where people like you are coming from!

Tehran4Iran

Tehran4Iran

He was a good man, and history shows he was not a good politition. He did not know his enemies well. He executed GoleSorkhy, but let khomai go. At any rate goverment could have been corected, but this curent mafia like rejim is not corectable, and needs to go.

Zendanian

Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

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