این روزها که خودی ترین ها هم به عمق دودوزه بازی "اصلاحات" مسلمین حاکم پی برده اند؛ بازار خریداران واژه پرانی و انشاء نویسی های اسلامیستها/ یهود ستیزان هار و چپولان دست آموز همفکر آنان در باره "اصلاحات" در قاموس نظام پربرکت مسلمین "اصلاح طلب" و غیره کساد است.
اکنون ثلاثه خبیثه در بین حمله های همیشگی به جهان آزاد، صهیونیسم (یهودیان) و رژیم پیشین؛ برای خالی نبودن عریضه تک مضرابهایی هم اگر از تغییر رژیم کنونی میزنند؛ آنقدر شرط و شروط غیر ممکن برای آن تعیین میکنند که تنها راه باقیمانده مطلوب آنان همان سوختن و ساختن با نظام پربرکت است.
به عبارت دیگر؛ اینان دل در گرو نفرت ایدئولوژیک از جهان غرب، یهودیان و پهلوی دارند؛ حال و روز و سرنوشت شوم ایران و ایرانی برای آنان دستمایه تبلور این نفرت کور میباشد.
آیا ٣۴ سال آلت فعل قرار دادن ایران و ایرانی کافی نیست؟
پ.ن. چپول با چپ که خواهان عدالت اجتماعی میباشد اشتباه نشود.
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You do credit to your Mosaddeghollahi roots Arjby anglophile on Tue Aug 07, 2012 02:13 PM PDT
Well done! Having received Massoud Kazemzadeh's seal of approval in robotically generating claptrap must have paid off. Keep it up old boy. Without you Mossadeghollahis and them Hezbollahis, there will not be A Shahollahi :))
Insolent irresponsibilty of Shahollahis!by Arj on Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:51 AM PDT
Pahlavi worshippers and propagandists are willing to go to any length and blame anything and anybody for the failure of the Pahlavi regime except Shah himself. It's a mixture of conspiracy theories supposedly plotted by BBC, Carter, HR organizations, Amnesty International, the "godless" Communists, JM and pro-democratic forces, the "god damn" intellectuals as well as the Islamists and last but not least, the "ungrateful" Iranian people who did not appreciate what HIM majesty thought was good for them, so they took to the streets and demanded their rights to liberty and political freedom!
However, the only thing these propagandists have got going for them is that what ensued the public uprisings of the 1979, eventually turned into a fundamentalist regime's take-over of the society who in terms of atrocity and criminality has surpassed the Pahlavi regime. Hence, the false sense, and subsequently claim, of vindication by supprters of Pahlavis to try to pass that criminal regime as the best Iranians could ever get!
As a result, Shahollahis and Pahlavi worshippers have mustered up the audacity to blame the people for protesting Shah's autocratic and despotic demeanours as the cause of the revolution rather than the Shah himself. Whereas, the fact of the matter is that when people's peaceful protests were crushed by Shah's police and SAVAK, it was not necessarily a kickstart of a revolution, but rahter people peacefully exercising their right to protest as it is the norm of any modern, civilised society. But Shah decided not to listen to those voices and opted for supression of people's protests.
Indeed, what started as a bunch of students protesting the fare increase, did not necessarily have to turn into a full-fledged revolution had Shah not decided to extend his chokehold of the state affairs to the point of becoming the target of such protests as the head of government! Who knows what goes on in the mind of a megalomaniac, perhaps he thought he was invincible (and actually guarded by the Shia emams, as he so claimed!), or did he over-play his hand with regards to foreign powers' support of him? Whatever the reason, he did not have to turn those protests into a revolution. All he needed to do, was to listen to his people!
Those who put us in this mess....by Shirzadegan on Wed Aug 01, 2012 04:34 PM PDT
I am shocked to see those who put our nation in this mess, shamelessly coming on this site and making comments. These people need to apology to our nation for misleading and back stabbing our people first. They need to apology because they made a hell out of our beautiful country under shah's smart leadership. We were part of Europe in the middle east. We were welll respected around the world and these idiots put us in this mess that every nation look at us as a "terrorist". only if their apology accepted by our people, then they can make suggestion about future political situation in Iran. These are the same people who went on the roof of their houses and chanted : Allah o Akbar. Nowadays, shamelessly they try to put the same "Allah" next to the shahan e Iran zamin such a Koroush Kabir, Nader shah e Afshar, Reza shah e kabir. Their vicious against Iran's history shows in their write ups. They shoud go to southern Lebanon and Gaza since they are very much favor of "Allah". Iran don't need people like those Khaens. All patriatic people shouldn't be silent about this retarded crowd. Silent will end us to have another Islamic regime.
...by Zendanian on Tue Jul 31, 2012 05:32 PM PDT
.مازیار:از آیت الله بی.بی.سی. شروع کن، و بیا تا آیت الله خمینی زیر درخت سیب!
پنجاه دروغ آيت الله خمينی زير درخت سيب:
........by maziar 58 on Tue Jul 31, 2012 04:49 PM PDT
makes you wonder who is responsible or man enough to admit the real cause of misery brought up onto a generation or two of Iranians.
It was not me for sure.
Utter stupidy and incomprehension of monarchists; then and now.by Zendanian on Tue Jul 31, 2012 07:57 AM PDT
Even after 33 years they don't have a clue as why and how monarchy in Iran was its own worst enemy.
Shah was his own biggest liability. He was his own worst enemy.
If it wasn't for shah's trash, we wouldn't have had Islamic Republic's trash.
Monarchists on IC are their own worst enemy.
...........by maziar 58 on Tue Jul 31, 2012 07:26 AM PDT
A O khan/jaan
liked the drops better than Trash.
From your original post (jelde Aval was better).
Well, since some IR appeaser flagged my harmless commentby Anonymous Observer on Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:51 AM PDT
and had it deleted--even though it was not directed at anyone by the IR--I will rephrase it:
Whatever and whoever the Shah was, his trash was better than the past three decades (and possibly the future three decades) of the Islamic Republic.
I hope I haven't offended any tie wearing IR appeasers this time.
DM jaan - in the spirit of the ongoing Olympic Games,by Anonymous Observer on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:24 PM PDT
I humbly accept. :-)
AOby Dr. Mohandes on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:15 PM PDT
I know it is not nice to indulge in anything, but consider this:
Now you are a new record holder, World record, Iranian record, And heck you even hold the olympic record in the number of flagged comments.
We can now inagurate you as The MFK which stands for: MOST FLAGGED KING.:)))))
In my neck of the woods as well Maziarby Anonymous Observer on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:14 PM PDT
Past midnight. I'm just having a drink (in honor of the Holy Month) and reading and catching up with the news online.
Au contraire, Pahlavis didn't own Iran or Iranians!by Arj on Mon Jul 30, 2012 08:31 PM PDT
Contrary to what IC's resident right wing propagandist and the not-so-subtle Pahlavi-worshipper along with the rest of the Pahlavi groupies try to insinuate, not only did Pahlavis not own Iran or Iranians, but they were lucky that they were on the receiving end of our nation's generosity for the better part of their rule over Iran!
Indeed, instead of acting as if they owned the country and its people to the point of over-staying their welcome, they should've counted their blessings and reciprocated our nation's generosity and good will! They should not have forgotten their humble roots and that of their patriarch, Reza Khan (whatever his last name would've been, Savadkuhi maybe!), born in a barn-yard in Alasht (a village in savadkuh mountains) and the whole process of his rise to royalty!
Matter of factly, Reza Khan in particular, and Pahlavis in general, did not own anything prior to their rise to power. They even burrowed their last name from Iranian history after their climb to power! Nonetheless, Pahlavis ended up owning a significant part of our national wealth through the Pahlavi Foundation (now called Bonyad Mostaz'afan) by expropriation. For, Reza khan had an obsession with land ownership and confiscated numerous lands and properties either from their private owners or our national forestlands!
In other words, the Islamist regime in Iran is merely a natural (or in some ways unnatural) mutation of the Pahlavi regime only in its extreme version! As it took over the Pahlavi foundation, the Islamic regime also undertook the rest of the operation (e.g. Evin and Gohardasht/Rejaeishahr prisons, confiscating people's properties, banning political dissent , parties, free press...) from their predecessors, the Pahlavis. The only difference however, is that IRI is less refined and socially civilized while claiming to be a republican system!
As it has been mentioned here by many before; in addition to the Iranian people, Pahlavis and their worshippers should be grateful to IRI for outdoing them in criminality and savagery so that they could actually have the (however false) sense of vindication and the audacity to defend a criminal regime such as that of Pahlavis on the grounds of not being IRI!
A Oby maziar 58 on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:07 PM PDT
Indeed w/o salavat .
In our neck of the wood is pass mid night and need to start Mon.
for the real world.
I'll put my my P J's on good night.
Allahom sal ala Mohammad.... :-))by Anonymous Observer on Sun Jul 29, 2012 09:55 PM PDT
Also for my friends Anglophile and Zendanian. Both are good guys. Zendanian and I just have some differences of opinion on some issues.
BTW, did you notice that my comment is flagged? I think I know who it is. But he's really over doing it though. Seriously, going around flagging all my comments?!! Kind of pathetic, wouldn't you say?
Baraye salamatie AOby Dr. Mohandes on Sun Jul 29, 2012 09:48 PM PDT
Salavat e boland khatm kon
Also please include in there....Zendanian...Mashti anglophile...
I am not sure how they have translated it into english though.
And our brothers anglo and zendanian need to stop "feetele peeching" one another quite so often.:)
Well said Zendanianby Albaloo on Sun Jul 29, 2012 05:14 PM PDT
این مدافعان دوران "طلایی" شکنجه و دزدی "عاری از مهر" فقط آب ندیده اند، وگرنه شنا گران ماهری اند.
P_J , I totally agree with you.by Albaloo on Sun Jul 29, 2012 05:12 PM PDT
P_J , I totally agree with you.
As shah was the biggest liability for monarchy in Iran,by Zendanian on Sun Jul 29, 2012 04:26 PM PDT
monarchist crowd in here are also the best exposers of their true color and nature.
Don't worry about their opponents, worry about how shamelessly they defend killing Iranian people, and are proud of it.
In short, they're have proven to be nothing but unapologetic defenders of torture, execution, and worse.
Vile, vulgar, repugnant, and depraved doesn't even begin to describe them.
$$by maziar 58 on Sun Jul 29, 2012 03:59 PM PDT
Nice!! The guy work hard enough to earn may be $714.00 by Gov.
And Beheshti nami used to get paid $ 7000.00 by the same gov. (Pahlavi) as Hamburg Imam!
his photoes were all circulated back then (1980-81) when there was NO PHOTO SHOP in Bathing suit sipping.... and watching German ladies some half naked by the lake ulster .
My salary as a member of SAVAK!by IRANLOVESISRAEL on Sun Jul 29, 2012 03:36 PM PDT
Starting base salary was $2000 per month.
For every arrest, you would earn $200 if a commie, $100 if a MEK, and $50 if an akhoond, and extra $20 for additional names obtained from the detainees!
On average, one could make $5000 a month!
Shlomo made a fortune working for SAVAK.
Wow even the lefties can't agree between themselvesby anglophile on Sun Jul 29, 2012 03:28 PM PDT
Sounds a familiar story:
Clowns and jokers, especially those defending torture, executionby Zendanian on Sun Jul 29, 2012 03:08 PM PDT
and theft of national wealth, don't get paid get anything.
The reason is pretty simple, and even a monarchist (as dense as they are) should know why.
Clowns and jokers defending the despised deposed monarchy are vile, vulgar, repugnant and depraved.
They should pay people for tolerating such disgusting characterstics.
Can somebody tell me what my rate is?by anglophile on Sun Jul 29, 2012 02:29 PM PDT
If I am supposed to be paid for my contributions I think I am entitled to know what the going rate is? Come on guys help me :)
Great Blogs; Zendanian & Soosan Khanoom....by P_J on Sun Jul 29, 2012 01:54 PM PDT
Problem here is that the Shahollahis camp is PSYCHOPATHICALLY shameless! No matter what evidance(s) they are provided with, they all fall on deaf ears.
One valid reason is that they are, mostly, Paid Pahlavi Propagandists, intentionally divorced from reality and care none about anything else so long as they are compensated monetarily, PAID!
They seem to praise the HATED entity like SAVAK and try, FEEBLE MINDEDLY, sugar coding it’s murderous existence; rewriting history and rationalizing their anti social behavior, as if people are blind or stupid like themselves.
Problems that the Paid Pahlavi HUSTELING groups are facing are that some of those innocent freedom loving souls who survived SAVAK tortures are still alive!
It is like denying Holocaust, when so much has been documented and great number of survivors have been interviewed, pictured and voice taped.
Or deny the fact that M. R. Pahlavi was a traitor and a tyrant, and had it not been for his gross VICIOUS misconducts, including thousands of murders committed by his SAVAK butchers, we would not have ended up with the Islamo-Fascists’ SAVAMA.
As someone correctly mentioned; the psychopathic turned coat butchers of SAVAK morphed into and became butchers of SAVAMA.
These seemingly unreal EVENTS can only be found in reading the history of Mafia and a branch of it named Murder Incorporated ran by Lucky Luciano and Mafia hit men; it cost them 8 executions!
به عبارت دیگرanglophile
Sun Jul 29, 2012 01:37 PM PDT
چیزی که عیان است چه حاجت به بیان است.
مدافعان رژیم جنایت پیشه "پهلوی" دست کمی از دزدان فراری آن رژیمZendanian
Sun Jul 29, 2012 01:21 PM PDT
این مدافعان دوران "طلایی" شکنجه و دزدی "عاری از مهر" فقط آب ندیده اند، وگرنه شنا گران ماهری اند.
آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتابFred
Sun Jul 29, 2012 12:51 PM PDT
با نگاهی به کامنتها و متن بلاگ: آفتاب آمد دلیل آفتاب.
anglophileby Soosan Khanoom on Mon Jul 30, 2012 12:21 AM PDT
A leader is responsible for any misconduct. Shah or VF both are equally responsible for the creation of Savak and Savama. One does not stay in power by swimming in the blood of innocents. After all more than running a country it is our own conscience that we need to answer.
Last night, I attended a place with all sort of politicians. At one time the discussion reached to the drop of the atomic bombs on Japanese cities. Someone asked me if I knew who the president of the U.S was at the time!! ... of course I knew it , he was Truman but I told him that it was Devil ...So giving credit to you anglophile, regardless of the ruling class,evil does exist . But it is standing against the evil which a human should do. We sould not sell our souls to a dirty game called politics.
If funeral participation was the sign of popularity ...by anglophile on Sun Jul 29, 2012 10:14 AM PDT
Tehran traffic was jam-locked by the mourners during the funeral of Mostafa Chamran, who had killed the Kurds, among other ethnic groups, in droves.
Islamic Republic is a direct product of shah's obtuse tyrannyby Zendanian on Sun Jul 29, 2012 09:48 AM PDT
If we had an open society with people's participation in decision making and a true democarcy, instead of that abomination known as RastaKhiz party, things would have been very different.
Of course we're all cousins, and directly or indirectly related. That doesn't change the over all scheme of things.
Some cousins work for savak and savama and torture people.
Some cousine become victims of savak and savama.
Overwhelming majority of our cousins don't give a hoot about any of this, and just want to live their lives.
All that said about our national, cultural, biological relatedness, and interconnectedness, History remains the cruelest and most exacting: shah was the best thing that happened to shaikh, plain and simple.