Monday, November 30, 2009

Eye witnessed to the 1979 Iranian Revolution from USA PART 2

Shah of Iran - Part1

Shah of Iran - Part 2

Shah's last words

The Revolution was created out of lies and false reports which confused the general public the military and various government bodies. False reports of genocide and amassed wealth gave people no choice but to act upon the information.

Little did they know the lies were actually what the new regime policies and plans were for the survival of the Ayatollah's Religious Thronedome.

Anyone who supports the Islamic Republic of Iran has blood on their hands which can never be washed off nor forgiven by the Great Iranian Nation.

Eye witnessed to the 1979 Iranian Revolution from USA PART 1

During the 1978-1979 (peak of the revolution) there were 3 major TV net works in Ameica; CBS, NBC, and ABC & small PBS nationwide stations. There was no cable news. I believe the 3 major news networks’ world news back then was at 7PM.
Usually out of the 30 minutes of the news airtime, approximately between 10 to 15 minutes were allocated to Iran to prepare the America’s public opinion for regime change
in Iran vilifying the Shah & promoting Khomeini as a kind elderly holly man.
The anti-Shah propaganda was incredible!

Watch this video & notice that:

With what certaintyWalter Leland Cronkite as anchorman for the CBS Evening News
declares that the Shah will never return from his vacation!
Notice how freely are people demonstrating, notice how people are destroying public properties, setting buildings on fire, noticed that the soldiers were instructed not to fire on people and only gave a foot chase in one scene. As a matter of fact I know from my high school classmates who were conscripts in the Iranian army, even though they were armed with G3 assault automatic rifles, they had no ammunitions, not even blank bullets that just makes noise; let alone plastic bullets. As one of them said “we were less effective than a scarecrow!” Same story with the police, they usually carried a 38 caliber revolver and were under strict orders not to open fire and in extreme cases were allowed to use batons. They lacked plastic bullets, anti-riot gear, and water canons. The same western governments that sell all these equipment to Mullahs, refused to sell it to the Shah.
One of my patients, Faramarz who was an Army conscript (mandatory 2 years of military service for every Iranian) told me this story that every time I think about, the hairs stand up behind my neck. This happened in the city of Kermanshah, in a nice fall after noon day, a military class was taking place in the out side of a classroom area.
Faramarz suddenly hears screaming & commotion behind him, looking back he sees a
colonel who is commandant of the non-commissioned officers academy ,being chased
by his students & the poor man is dashing toward the main gate. Given the fury & the turmoil, out of curiosity, class is dismantled & everybody starts to run toward the gate.
As the colonel reaches the main gate, the gate guards being revolutionaries themselves;
open fire on the poor man & immediately degut the poor colonel using their bayonet ; still being alive they drag his body outside to the street.
At this time a street vendor selling kabob sticks two hot skewers into the colonel’s eyes.
Overcome by fear & witnessing such a horrific murder, Faramarz collapses & looses consciousness duo to overwhelming stress; the medical condition that is called Vasovegal Syncope.

Now, please watch these videos:

The achievements (dastavard haay Jomhori Eslami) of IRI were written by me in part 2.

Do you see the difference between crowd control methods used by the shah vs. the Islamic regime? Bear in mind that in 1979 Iran was full of foreign journalists during the entire duration of the revolution, but in the summer of 2009 as soon as objections to the election results took place, the entire foreign visiting journalists were order out of Iran or confined to their hotel rooms or Bureau in Tehran.
You have seen how IRI murders people in the streets of Iran, but have the IRI apologists & defenders do a YouTube or Google search & compare the 1979 revolution film footages with today’s atrocities committed by IRI thugs.

Why the Shah was overthrown?

Bottom line the cause of this revolution or I should say coup d'état or
a hostile take over by the British and Islamic Arab terrorists was shah’s intent to serve Iran & Iranians, but our enemies were hell bent on destroying Iran and taking control of the iranian oil fields. In 1973 the Shah intended to free Iran from unfair oil contracts that were supposed to end in 1979. That did not happen. Instead, the British and Jimmy Carter gave Iran a terrorist Mullah called Khomeini & his ideology which not only killed Iranians but indirectly was responsible in murdering many Westerners.

The first 3 videos below are essentially the same, but each contains some minor differences & the last one has a narrative.

For those who say Shah was a western puppet

Shah of Iran: "We are not toys of any country" :

Shah of Iran Interview 1977 with Barbara Walters :

Please see my writings on Cold War at

Shah Of Iran Criticizing Britain :

Shah of Iran on 60 Minutes :

Shah's Message to the "Blue Eyed People" :

Shah Of Iran Talks About British Arms :

Shah of Iran on Nuclear Weapons :
In French with English Subtitles


Sunday, November 22, 2009

The Eyes of the villagers are on you!

The Eyes of the villagers are on you!

Written by the Irandokht Delagah (Aryan Daughter, the Aware Hearted)

Translated & Edited by Dr. Ramin Etebar

Honorable President of the State of America,
Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

I am writing you from the eastern sector of the planet earth; from the historical orient, where the colors of the streets are like red flowers from the blood of its youth;
from a land that cry of the innocent & freedom seeking youth has forced the prison walls to weep! From a land that as easy as drinking a glass of water, you can hang a human being and dry his spring fountain of life, from a land that even you refuse to mention the names of its the victims opposed to its government. Even your cohorts are frightened to mention them!

From the land of Neda Agha-Sultan; from Iran!

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

For many years, some but not all of your friends in the western countries, under influence of lobbyist of the Iranian government thought that the Iranian people did not oppose and had no problems with this medieval cruel regime and hence It is better that America and all of its western allies befriend this murderous regime and sit in a
negotiation table with its representatives. Neglecting the fact, the creed and unaware of the Iranian peoples’ desire for freedom to live under the canopy of free secular rule like the majority of the civilized world. Instead of supporting the people, the westerners keep supply the regime with equipment and precious gifts of technology to suppress the people further preventing the Iranians to throw this regime in the dungeons of history.

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

I do no not want to page back the history and mention the role and impact of previous governments of your country on the Iranian nation, preventing them from the freedom they want & deserve. These days as if no one does listens to historical topics and eyes are watching the entertainment products presented as news. But, I must talk about the government that you are so eager to save and negotiate with its representatives on the same table.

Allow me not to express this horrific nightmare that the most distinguished person leading the most democratic country in the world wishes to sit in negotiation with "Seyed Ali Khamenei, the century’s worst criminal! Even expression of this desire from you shames me! Even your correspondence with him and other leadership members of this regime of terror and killing produces an ugly imagination and thoughts, because a man in your position knows the facts about Iran and your and awareness of the affairs gives another meaning to your desired negotiations.

Mr. President,

You are aware of the criminal activity, corruption & murders by Islamic Republic of Iran. The most precise statistical reports of the world are on your desk. That is of course if they are not covered by the regime’s elements and their lobbyist correspondences!

Mr. Obama!

You know well that this regime lacks the ability to enrich uranium and build nuclear bomb. We are unable to Produce a mixer or a coffee maker, let alone a nuclear bomb.
Although we know that some countries, for what ever reason have sold some tools, materials & nuclear technology to Iran that has your allies nervous.

You know that Uranium enrichment, making nuclear weapons and negotiations to end that is an excuse by the Mullahs & Iranian Revolutionary Guards to obtain "security guarantee" for the survival of this medieval regime.

The same “security guarantee" that your government gave this regime 30 years ago and and kept millions of Iranians in the sinkhole of misery!

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

Reports from your secret intelligence organizations must have shown you and your colleagues that Iranian people not only today, but for many, many years have turned their back on this regime and if it was not for that same “security guarantee" and American support, the Iranians would have gotten rid of the Mullah regime long ago!

You know well that the Iranian people can not get their cries for freedom to be heard well enough throughout the world. The same cries that are strangled in the throat by thousand different means.

Do you know what suffocation, censorship and living under suppression mean?

I am sure, you do not, nor have you ever experienced it.

White skinned, though you have not, but I have never read a historical book that when
conglomeration of black slaves (male & female) took place, they would be arrested (even during the worst circumstances),I am talking about occasions such as getting together of
cousins, in-laws, strolling of a boy with a girl, a wedding or a party in your huts. But sexual intermix is a crime in Iran & you will be taken to jail, whipped & fined!

Mr. President,

You know well how many millions of good Iranians have left our country and have the desire to repatriate with their homeland. This multi-millions’ sin is disagreement with a theocratic dictatorship. But the government even does not allow burial of their dead corpses and if possible will even take their relatives hostage. In the old times, Could not you, if financially possible bury a black slave in his native soil?

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

I never read any black person to be jailed, tortured or killed for listening to a radio.
May be possession of a radio was a contra band in Hitler’s concentration camp, but apparently the Nazis are not ruling here, but I am sure you do not intent to negotiatewith Hitler!
In this country, listening to the non-government radio and watching unauthorized television is a crime. Although in my land, the brave people of Iran buy the risk of truthful news by paying with their life, torture & imprisonment!
Suppose that years ago there was no satellite TV or Radio, but it exists today, but never an American black has gone to prison for this charge & if it has happened we don’t know about it. So without a doubt I am sure that you can sympathize with our heavy pain in this
3rd millennium!

The internet world that has its own place!

Does anyone in your country is ready to spent half of an hour for a web page to open and
then go to jail for reading an unauthorized news web site?
If that was the case in America, wouldn’t people take on to the streets to close the file on the government responsible for these circumstances?
But when we object we face the precious gift of technology from the western friends such as tear gas, pepper spray, Electric Batons (cattle prods), small & large weapons.

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

You should know through your intelligence apparatus that under the umbrella of black religious government, the Internet can become a cause of death. Leaders of this regime
can bring down the speed of internet to a crawling speed and limit it so that you can not even read your relatives’ e-mails. They can convict you to death for communicating with
an anti-government web site. Despite all these the youngsters pay the price so that the world knows the atrocities that the regime commits against its people. The same regime that you want to negotiate with!

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

You the democrat, the leader of the free world, with what kind of government, do you want to negotiate?

This pen, these writings does not want to accuse you of being responsible for the atrocities committed against the Iranian people in the last 30 years, but without a doubt,
you are now carrying responsibility in what is going on right now in Iran!

You with your correspondence Seyed Ali Khamenei, are showing that even though
you are not approving their actions, you are not really opposing it neither!
This is not a small sin given the innocent blood in the streets of Iran and hurting the
conscience of citizens of the world!

The Iranians are asking themselves that why an advocate of freedom and democracy, having the title of the United States President must extend a hand of friendship or tolerance to a anti-human slaughterhouse government?

The Iranian nation is neither asking you for military intervention nor has its eyes
to the way expecting shipments of weapons & ammunition to overthrow the regime,
However we do not expect to read you letters to Khamenei or hear your supplicatory speeches

Did you hear the slogans of 13th of Aban (November 4th 2009)
There was no death to America slogan, how ever there was this rhyme:
Barack Hussein Obama! Yaa baa onhaa-Yaa baa Maa
Meaning Barack Hussein Obama you are either with us (the people) or with them (the clergy)!

People are giving you a choice to take side with them or this hellish Islamic government,
Which side have you chosen?

President George W. Bush has said that if Iranians rise against their atrocious government, the US government will stand behind them. Now, it is your turn, the ears of the Iranians are full of this rhetoric.
You can and it is just and appropriate for you to stand behind the people who are fighting for their freedom, not only in words, but in action proving that you are prodemocracy and freedom.

Mr. Barack Hussein Obama!

Stop behind the scene support and dialogue. Implement hard core sanctions against the regime officials and their cronies; prevent them from traveling to America, freeze their assets and stop their economic activities, express support for the Iranian people.
Shut all the doors on the regime officials, isolate them from internet & satellite as they have done this to us for the past 30 years.

Mr. President,

With the advent of the information super highways; the world has turned into a small village. All the events and the deeds are right in front of the world’s eyes.
The villagers are watching the Iranians and the Iranians eyes are focused on your decision.

Please; step aside from the Iranian regime, the history is watching you!

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Drs. Kamiar and Arash Alaei Need Your Help! (Petition)

Drs. Kamiar and Arash Alaei Need Your Help!

Please sign this petition

As an individual or a physician I have never, ever heard, seen, read or believed that there
can be such descent, compassionate, dedicated human beings as these two brothers who are internationally renowned Iranian HIV/AIDS physicians in Mullah’s’ jail since June
2008, on fake charges of implementing velvet revolution in Iran.

To get to know them on personal level Please watch these videos:

The Alaei brothers have received international recognition for their leadership in HIV/AIDS issues in Iran and for helping to develop model programs to fight AIDS and address the needs of substance users. (Iran has a serious drug use problem, particularly with heroin use, that has fueled the epidemic). They have been featured in interviews by the BBC, the Washington Post, and other media outlets. The documentary "Mohammad and the Matchmaker," which was broadcast by the BBC in June of 2004, features the two brothers and their work to address stigma.

Treating AIDS is not a Crime!

Please sign this petition to release Drs. Kamiar and Arash Alaei :


Ramin Etebar, MD

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Is Danny Tarkanian a Democrat or Republican?

Someone asked me: Is he a Democrat or Republican

Who am I?

Before going to details, I will tell you about me. I came here at age of 15, before the revolution , went to a Christian boarding prep school in a very small town in heart land of America that was educating kids from freshman year in high school to sophomore
year in college.

While I was a 2nd year in college the mullahs overthrew the Shah and the first thing they did was stopping our families from sending us money to continue our education in US; since we were not one of their cronies. Back then in 1978; we started the first Anti-IRI student organization GAMA (Goroh e Esteghlal e Mellat e Iran).

In college I doubled majored in pre-med & Business Administration.
Going to medical school possibility was almost nil due to taking the American diplomats hostage in Iran, our nationality was as unpopular as al-Qaida,So
I started to take graduate courses toward an MBA with emphasis on international business & relations. Finally Through my notorious persistence I made it to medical school & graduated in 987.

During the shah’ time wan we arrived in European & US airports, we were treated like dignitaries! And now; According to the Public Affairs of Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA), nearly half of Iranian-Americans surveyed in 2008 by Zogby International have themselves experienced or personally know another Iranian American who has experienced discrimination because of his or her ethnicity or country of origin. The most common types of discrimination reported are airport security, social discrimination, employment or business discrimination, racial profiling and discrimination at the hands of immigration officials. Do you know who is responsible for this??? democRASTS!!!

Do you want to know how superior you are in US as a minority, even higher then the Anglo-Americans? Then read this: ; The study was conducted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
When I was juts arrived fresh off the boat (Iran Air Boning 747 in JFK Airport) my English grades were far more superior to my classmates as well as my grades in history math & sciences. Who says we have to be followers and not leaders? Just because we are a minority we have to be a democrat?

Did you know that?:

The laws that are prohibiting slavery were all passed by Republican majority controlled houses!

President John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy instigated the Khomeini situation in 1963,but did not live long enough to see it go through, but Jimmy Carter brought the Islamofascism to fruitions!

President George W. Bush tried to undo the evil doings of the Jimmy Carter after 911 &
became the big bad wolf by the leftist media!

Did you loose your home or are you upside down in your home equity?

You blame President Bush for this disastrous economy? WRONG! This is all because of a program called community reinvestment act. The original Act was passed by the 95th United States Congress and signed into law by President Jimmy Carter in 1977. The 95th United States congress had a Democratic Majority in both chambers!

In 1999 the Congress enacted and President Clinton signed into law the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, also known as the "Financial Services Modernization Act". This law repealed the part of the Glass-Steagall Act that had prohibited a bank from offering a full range of investment, commercial banking, and insurance services since its enactment in 1933. A similar bill was introduced in 1998 by Senator Phil Gramm but it was unable to complete the legislative process into law. Resistance to enacting the 1998 bill, as well as the subsequent 1999 bill, centered around the legislation's language which would expand the types of banking institutions of the time into other areas of service but would not be subject to CRA compliance in order to do so. The Senator also demanded full disclosure of any financial "deals" which community groups had with banks, accusing such groups of "extortion".
In the fall of 1999, Senators Christopher Dodd and Charles E. Schumer prevented another impasse by securing a compromise between Sen. Gramm and the Clinton Administration by agreeing to amend the "Federal Deposit Insurance Act" (12 U.S.C. ch.16) to allow banks to merge or expand into other types of financial institutions. The new Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act's FDIC related provisions, along with the addition of sub-section § 2903(c) directly to Title 12, insured any bank holding institution wishing to be re-designated as a financial holding institution by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System would also have to follow Community Reinvestment Act compliance guidelines before any merger or expansion could take effect.
Once again Jimmy Carter & Billy Clinton did this county in and President Bush paid the price:

Watch this video Please:

Throughout my life especially during my teenage years I have extensively traveled throughout Europe & in adulthood the Americas. I have never known any nicer or more
humanitarian people than the Americans, but unfortunately they are naïve & underducated.
Most of the kids graduate from high school, unable to read & write and lack the most elementary skills in math & science. The Media in the United States is the worst in the world, except for Fox News & Voice of America that is not broadcasted in USA & can only be watched through internet here in the states;I would probably not even allow my dog to watch one of those TV stations!

Now knowing what you know do you want to be a leader or a follower?

Should we be a Democrat since we are a minority or should we be Republicans
because they have served this country well and have been more friendlier to the country
of Iran?

Although as powerful we are socioeconomically, we should have one of our own representing us on both houses as there are many Iranians who are members of parliaments in many European countries. If not we should be proactive, we are US citizens!

Why don’t we & get organized & get rid of those bad apples in Washington DC? What are those Iranians in San Francisco are doing about the corrupted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’ $ 30 million dollars pet project. A tiny mouse with the longtime backing of a political giant may soon reap the benefits of the economic-stimulus package
Or her cronies are getting the money? What kind of economic stimulus (pork earmark) is this? Better business for pest exterminators or creating jobs for those people who would serve the salt marsh mouse in restaurants? Wonder what he will taste like?...chicken?. No, I got it, it’s for cat food! Hey guys get rid if this woman from your district.

Casino (film)
Casino is a 1995 crime drama film directed by Martin Scorsese. It is based on the non-fiction book of the same name by Nicholas Pileggi, who also co-wrote the screenplay for the film with Scorsese. It is a good movie that I recommend everyone to watch.
During the production of the movie 1994-1995 the Scorsese’s family was living in Las Vegas and Martin’s mother was my patient.
Casino is the story of Sam "Ace" Rothstein (played by Robert De Nero), a shrewd Jewish-American sports handicapper. As is often the case with those engaged in such activity, he is regularly harassed by local law enforcement, but is protected by the mob after proving himself as a top earner. Impressed with his work, Rothstein in 1973 is recruited by Midwest mob bosses to manage the new Tangiers Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The bosses have set up the casino to "skim" profits (stealing a portion of the cash collected from gamers before the income is reported to the authorities), and want someone in charge whom they can trust.

It is rumored & common knowledge in Las Vegas that the corrupted state official is
Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) played by Dick Smothers.

To answer your question Mr. Danny Tarkanian is a Republican!
Who do you now rather affiliate with? democRATS or Republicans?

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Why Rreza Pahlavi should be a candidate for Noble Peace price


Reza Pahlavi, just like Nelson Mandela has supported regime change through nonviolent means. The main difference is that Mandela served 27 years in prison and Reza Pahlavi has spent 30 years in exile. I have lived in America for 35 years, of those 30 years in exile. As I have written before, seeing what the mullahs are doing to my people in Iran,
I am becoming more militant on daily basis; given the fact that once I translated Jean Sharp’s work On Strategic Nonviolent Conflict and civil disobedience, I am beginning to think that a bloody armed conflict will be our only solution

Throughout the years the Noble Peace Prize committee has made some excellent choices
and some outrageously awful awards, Someone commented on my page that promoting
Reza Pahlavi as a candidate will be an insult to him; however I think that if he wins; that would be a hard punch to the mullahs’ mouth.

I am not here to argue with any one, if you think he has done nothing, then read my weblog and educate your self about contemporary Iranian history.

Although I have enjoyed teaching medical students, I hate stupid questions & will not answer them. I will not spoon feed you, although I know the average Iranian reading time
is 3 minutes per year, it is time for you to read & learn. My schooling took 26 years, if I did it so can you.

If you have inferiority complex, please see a psychiatrist. I do not have time for you.

If you have antisocial personality disorder, then go pick your own candidates & if I may suggest, here are some choices: Hitler, Ali Khamenei, Stalin, Lenin, Chavez, Khomeini,
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Pol Pot, Massoud & Maryam Rajavi, Khalkhali, and any other asshole of your choice!

For my Jewish friends, I will tell you up front that there is a lot of negative information in this article, I am pro Iranian-Israeli friendship, so don’t you dare label me as an anti- semitic! The truth & history is what it is & there is no sugar coating it! Man-up!

The Nobel Peace Prize

The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded 90 times to 120 Nobel Laureates between 1901 and 2009 – 97 times to individuals and 23 times to organizations. Since International Committee of the Red Cross was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1917, 1944 and 1963, and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1954 and 1981, that means 97 individuals and 20 organizations have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

2009 –Hussein Obama

An affirmative action president who is an Islamic Marxist, he is fit to lead MEK & replace the Rajavies rather than leading the greatest country in the world! Without a teleprompter, he gets his foot in his mouth like the Cambridge police department Incident:

His US birth certificate is very questionable, and his priest Jeremiah Wright
is a hate monger! His priest hates everyone in the world, Jews, whites, you name it.
Obama’s father was a Muslim & so was his step father. He went to an Islamic elementary
school in Indonesia.

"The real question Americans are asking is, 'What has President Obama actually accomplished?'" It is unfortunate that the president's star power has outshined tireless advocates who have made real achievements working towards peace and human rights. One thing is certain -- President Obama won't be receiving any awards from Americans for job creation, fiscal responsibility, or backing up rhetoric with concrete action.

George Bush liberates 50 million Muslims, Ronald Reagan liberates hundreds of millions of Europeans, saves parts of Latin America. Any awards? No, just derision. Obama gives speeches trashing his own country -- and he gets a prize for it.

The Nobel Peace Prize just told Obama, Look, we love what you're doing; you are destroying your country as a superpower. Keep it up, bud! This is what we expected, and you're doing a damn good job. Those are accomplishments, folks, and in the eyes of the Nobel Peace Prize committee, these are the accomplishments they're looking for. He's basically emasculating this country, and they applauded today with this award. They love a weakened, neutered United States, and this is their way of promoting the concept and this slam-dunk.

Egyptian democracy and human rights activist said he was "shocked" Obama won.
"He has achieved nothing. He's stumbling. He hasn't achieved any of his promises and nothing is working. He promised to close Guantanamo and now that's not going to happen, and the Arab-Israeli conflict looks like it's going to get very nasty."

Gideon Rachman, a foreign affairs columnist for The Financial Times, wrote an online blog under the headline "What did Obama do to win the Nobel Peace Prize?
I am a genuine admirer of Obama. And I am very pleased that George W. Bush is no longer president. But I doubt that I am alone in wondering whether this award is slightly premature. It is hard to point to a single place where Obama's efforts have actually brought about peace -- Gaza, Iran, Sri Lanka?

Obama has done nothing to dismantle the sprawling network of well over 700 U.S. military bases all over the world. He is appeasing Iranian Mullahs rather than taking side
With Iranian people like the beloved President Bush!

"I did not realize the Nobel Peace Prize had an affirmative action quota," wrote Erick Erickson, of the site, "but that is the only thing I can think of for this news."

2005 - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) & Mohamed ElBaradei

JAN VANDE PUTTE: We’re really shocked, because the atomic agency has been responsible for over 50 years to promote the spread of nuclear technology. And this is the cause of the spread of nuclear weapons. Every country with a nuclear reactor has enough plutonium every year to produce about 30 nuclear weapons. So there is a direct link between nuclear power and nuclear bombs.

AMY GOODMAN: But not everyone has come in support of ElBaradei and the International Atomic Energy Agency. A number of environmental groups and activists are criticizing the Nobel Peace Prize committee for their selection. The French group, Sortir de Nucleaire, or Get Out of Nuclear, criticized the International Atomic Energy Agency for what they called “promoting” civilian nuclear plants. Meanwhile, Greenpeace was also critical of the selection.

When you stop to consider that all the new nuclear states or attempted nuclear states have achieved their nuclear status by transforming their civil nuclear programs into military nuclear programs, you realize that with the one hand, he has been quite effectively trying to prevent proliferation, and on the other hand, he’s been even more effectively helping proliferation. And the fact that he has never publicly stood up and said there is a real problem with this role, there is a fundamental contradiction in the mandate of the IAEA and a fundamental contradiction in the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, means that he has unfortunately done more harm than good during his tenure. We all know that may be
because of him being a Muslim, he did not do a damn thing to stop the mad Iranian mullahs from getting nuclear weapon capabilities!
I know for fact that Iran possesses around 30 nuclear warheads purchased from Ukraine in the 90s, the US & western intelligence agencies know this and are covering it up. As a matter of fact I treated a tortured MEK member who had been tortured in Iran with sever disabling injuries that delivered the pictures of these nuclear weapons to the US consulate in Istanbul. The problem is that as of yet Iran lacks the missile technology to deliver the warheads. Mohamed ElBaradei was as useless as a dead door nail!

2003- Shirin Ebadi

Up until recently she was an apologist for the reformist regime and now caught in the struggle between the conservative & “reformist” mullahs’ conflict (The WAR of Wolfs). Her background & of her husbands is linked to Tudeh Party (an old traitor Iranian communist party in service of the Soviet Union)
I wrote the following comments on her in my weblog in 2006:

Ask the NOBEL WITCH: Are you a Moslem woman?????

Watch this video on the URL below and ask the NOBEL WITCH did any of these atrocities did not meet her criteria for commenting? Shirin Ebadi, are you a Moslem woman????Is what is done in Iran under Islam according to shari’ law? If no why you don’t defend these victims? You are a so-called lawyer and human rights activists!If the true Islam commits these crimes and atrocities you don’t condemn it as a former judge and human rights activist?Instead of addressing the horrific crimes you criticize US and the Guantanamo Bay situation?Isalam has no conflict with Democray? Then why your prisons are overflowing with dissidents and the cemeteries are running out of space?Instead of babbling “While Khatami proposed people-to-people dialogue between Americans and Iranians, Washington chose to block Iranian scholars, artists and authors from visiting the U.S. Although Khatami helped the U.S. in Afghanistan, President Bush designated Iran a member of the "axis of evil." Did you comment on the poor women being stoned in this video? How about the summer of 1988 when IRI massacred more than 30000 Iranian in a matter of days?The NOBEL WITCH Instead of defending human rights and campaigning to stop child execution in Iran, this so-called lawyer defends the IRI terrorist regime’s quest for obtaining weapons of mass destruction.

She is & was totally useless!

2002- Jimmy Carter

Jimmy the teeth’s role in Islamofascism

Jimmy Carter was one of the worst Presidents the United States ever had. Maybe THE worst. His actions allowed the rise of radical Islam to begin. The snowball effect of that radical Islam was shown on September 11, 2001.

Events in the last 10 years, however, and knowledge of events of the 1980's have shown Jimmy Carter to be a dishonorable man. In fact, if the accounts are correct, Jimmy Carter is a traitor.

Jimmy Carter has also made disparaging comments about our past President, George Bush for Bush's efforts to stop terrorism & trying to undo his evil acts.

Jimmy Carter must make such statements, because if the truth be told, the origin of terrorism worldwide was the fall of Iran, and that fall was hastened due to Jimmy Carter's direct actions and lack of action.

“I did not know it then – perhaps I did not want to know – but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted … What was I to make of the Administration’s sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country.” – Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran

In November 1978 then President Carter nominated George Ball as a member of the Trilateral Commission. The commission acted under the direct control of the National Security Council’s Zbigniew Brzezinski, an ardent opponent of the Shah of Iran. This commission cultivated a clandestine Iran task force. While serving on this commission, George Ball championed cessation of United States support for the Shah and clandestine support for Rubhullah Ayatollah Khomeini who, albeit in exile, led a proletariat Islamic opposition. Pursuant to this agenda George Ball sought to garner the support of Robert Bowie, who was at that time the Deputy Director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

Perhaps the revolution and subsequent consequences would have never occurred if the Carter Administration had not taken the helm. No doubt, neither President Richard M. Nixon nor President Ronald Reagan would have paved the way for the arrival of the current theocracy. Criticizing the Carter Administration’s handling of the crises in Iran, President Reagan said “I did criticize the President because of his undermining of our stalwart ally, the Shah, I do not believe that he was that far out of line with his people.”

In September 2007, US News & World Report stated: “Amid deepening frustration with Iran, calls for shifting Bush administration policy toward military strikes or other stronger actions are intensifying.” And in June 2008, President-to-be Barack Obama declared: “The danger from Iran is grave, it is real, and my goal will be to eliminate this threat.”However, suppose a progressive, pro-Western regime ruled Iran, representing no threat? War discussions would be unnecessary. Yet many forget that, until 30 years ago, exactly such a regime led Iran, until it was toppled with the help of the same U.S. foreign policy establishment recently beating war drums.

According to Peter Schweizer, the author of the best-selling book 'Reagan's War', Jimmy Carter sought the assistance of the Soviet Union to undermine the 1976 reelection bid of Gerald Ford, as well as Ronald Reagan's 1980 Presidential campaign. These allegations are based upon accounts provided by former Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin and former First Deputy Foreign Minister Georgii Kornienko.

It is reported that former Soviet Ambassador Averell Harriman met with Kornienko in September of 1976 on behalf of (then candidate) Carter and "gave assurances that if elected president, he (Carter) would take steps toward the rapid conclusion and signing of the SALT II Treaty, and would be ready to continue negotiations on an agreement on substantial reductions in strategic weapons".

Schweizer describes how Carter, during his 1980 reelection campaign, "dispatched [pro-Soviet industrialist] Armand Hammer to the Soviet Embassy for a secret meeting with Ambassador Dobrynin to ask for Soviet help" with issues which would assist him in being reelected, such as Jewish emigration, and promised the Soviets that their help would not be forgotten.

In 1984, (former President) Carter is said to have visited Dobrynin personally, seeking assistance in improving the election prospects of his former Vice President Walter Mondale, and warning the Ambassador that if Reagan was reelected, no arms agreements would ever be reached between the U.S. and the USSR.

Carter was a Traitor!

1994- Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin
1978-Mohamed Anwar al-Sadat and Menachem Begin

Anwar al-Sadat was an honorable man & the third President of Egypt, serving from 15 October 1970 until his assassination on 6 October 1981. He was a senior member of the Free Officers group that overthrew the Muhammad Ali Dynasty in the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, and a close confidant of Gamal Abdel Nasser, whom he succeeded as President in 1970. In his eleven years as president he changed Egypt's direction, departing from some of the economic and political principles of Nasserism by reinstituting the multi-party system and launching the Infitah. His leadership in the October War of 1973 and the regaining of Sinai made him an Egyptian hero. His visit to Israel and the eventual Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty won him the Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience award posthumously, but was an act enormously unpopular with the Arab world and Islamists, and resulted in Egypt being expelled from the Arab League.

Yasser Arafat

In Cairo, before he was seventeen Arafat was smuggling arms to Palestine to be used against the British and the Jews. At nineteen, during the war between the Jews and the Arab states, Arafat left his studies at the University of Faud I (later Cairo University) to fight against the Jews in the Gaza area. The defeat of the Arabs and the establishment of the state of Israel left him in such despair that he applied for a visa to study at the University of Texas. Recovering his spirits and retaining his dream of an independent Palestinian homeland, he returned to Faud University to major in engineering but spent most of his time as leader of the Palestinian students.

Arafat developed the PLO into a state within the state of Jordan with its own military forces. King Hussein of Jordan, disturbed by its guerrilla attacks on Israel and other violent methods, eventually expelled the PLO from his country. Arafat sought to build a similar organisation in Lebanon, but this time was driven out by an Israeli military invasion. He kept the organization alive, however, by moving its headquarters to Tunis. He was a survivor himself, escaping death in an airplane crash, surviving any assassination attempts by Israeli intelligence agencies, and recovering from a serious stroke.

The prospects for a peace agreement with Israel now brightened. After a setback when the PLO supported Iraq in the Persian Gulf War of 1991, the peace process began in earnest, leading to the Oslo Accords of 1993.
This agreement included provision for the Palestinian elections which took place in early 1996, and Arafat was elected President of the Palestine Authority. Like other Arab regimes in the area, however, Arafat's governing style tended to be more dictatorial than democratic. When the right-wing government of Benjamin Netanyahu came to power in Israel in 1996, the peace process slowed down considerably.

Arafat eventually died in a Paris hospital after being airlifted out of Ramallah. Many speculated that the Palestinian leader, who was said to have had numerous homosexual relationships, had in fact contracted AIDS.

Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin , and Menachem Begin all 3 were terrorists in some point in their lifetime. The 3 Israelis being a member of jewish underground militias, primarily the Haganah ("The Defense"),) In the immediate aftermath of the United Nations' approval of the Partition plan, violence broke out and became more prevalent. Murders, reprisals, and counter-reprisals came one after the other, killing dozens of victims on both sides in the process.The Israelis started as a terrorist organization, just like PLO before backcombing a state

Shimon Peres

In 1947, after having been conscripted by David Ben-Gurion and Levi Eshkol to the Haganah Defense Forces, Shimon Peres was assigned responsibility for manpower and arms, an activity which he continued during the early part of Israel's War of Independence.

Yitzhak Rabin

Yitzhak Rabin’s military career began in 1940 when he joined the "Palmach", the elite unit of the Haganah. During the War of Independence (1948-1949), he commanded the Harel Brigade, deployed on the Jerusalem front.

Menachem Begin

Before the independence, he was the leader of the Irgun, a revisionist breakaway from the larger mainstream Jewish paramilitary organization Haganah. He proclaimed a revolt, on February 1, 1944, against the British mandatory government, which was opposed by the Jewish Agency. He played a significant role in Jewish resistance against the British control in the waning years of the mandate, leading the more militant Zionists.

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Open Letter to all Iranians

Why all the Republics area failing in Middle East?

Before starting our discussions, please watch this video:عبدالله: دولت باید شرط های من را بپذیرد

Why all the republics area failing in Middle East?
All republics in Mideast are dictatorships and almost all behave in a monarchy model; son replacing father, for example Azerbaijan, Syria, Sadam Hossein’s Iraq,Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Mojtaba’s planning to replace Ali Khamenei , Muammar Gaddafi's son Seif al-Islam who will be replacing his father after his death, ETC

Look at what happened to all countries in the region who have overthrown their king; Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Former Soviet Union etc. They all ended in worst dictatorships, war, poverty & misery!

Why can’t we have a parliamentary democratic monarchy like the western European Countries or a true democratic republic in Iran? To be truthful with you, I don’t think you know what democracy is! The younger generation has been brain washed by IRI & the older oneswho participated in the Islamic Revolution were either idiots, fanatics or traitors working on behave of the soviets or western imperialists! Look at what you have done to yourselves in Iran by revolting and how your actions affected us outside of Iran. Millions of lives wasted in exile! We know how miserable you are, but do you know what you have done to our lives?Imagine if all of us in exile could return home what a supersonic leap the country could take in progress;using our wealth, education, western experiences, intelligence, knowhow, and etc?People in my age group & younger are all burned generations, you; the younger ones want to be like us or have a brighter future?You need to work with us in exile, we may be abroad, but our roots are there! We will never submit to a non-secular regime.
IRI is incapable of reform am; first we need a referendum for the future typeof government only after and must be overthrown in its entirety! I am obviously a Democratic Royalist & think that is the best system of governmentfor our heritage & culture;
but if one would suggest that for USA, I would probably die from laughing!

Truthfully the type of government is not what is important, what is important is the content, the constitution that is the supreme law of the land &no one is above the law including the King, the President or the Prime minister. A government of the people for the people! So how are we going to do this?
Are we going to replace the worst with the bad? Not me my friends. In my eyes Mossavi, Kahrobi, & Rafsanjani are all thieves & murders!
Are we following a cult (MEK) that spied for the soviets, brought Khomeini to power, fought shoulder to shoulder with Sadam’s soldiers against us?
The one’s who spy for the west, kill & torture their members for disagreement & insubordination?

Are we going to follow Marxist-Leninist who promote proletarian dictatorship, spied for the soviets, and brought Khomeini to power, a system that has failed worldwide? A system like Cuba with massive poverty, or china that the only part of its communism remaining is the dictatorship & now is so capitalistic that its new billionaire’s are buying the Europe and America put together or would you like to die of starvation like the North Koreanswhile its Southern part is flourishing more & more on daily basis?

What about Jebhe Meli who sold out Prime Minister Shahpor Bakhtiar (one of their own leader)
to Khomeini, Karim Sanjabi went to France to kiss Ayatosheytan Khomeini’s hands for a few cabinet posts that lasted only few months? Look at what happened to Bazargan, & Forouhars who were cut into pieces by the IRI serial killings!

Karim Sanjabi was the biggest traitor of them all: As the leader of the National Front during the revolutionary uprising of 1978-1979, Sanjabi and his colleagues initially wished to negotiate a peaceful solution with the Shah. However, in November 1978, he met as representative of the National Front with Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in France. Khomeini at the time was extremely popular amongst the religious masses, and Sanjabi emerged from his meeting "with a short declaration that spoke of both Islam and democracy as basic principles," and Sanjabi declared his support for Khomeini. Unfortunately for this agreement, after the overthrow of the monarchy on February 11, 1979, Khomeini "explicitly refused to put the same word, democracy, into either the title of the Republic or its constitution." Sanjabi served as the foreign minister of the new Islamic Republic for a brief period until April 1979. After this, he became an opponent of Khomeini's regime and he fled Iran in 1982. He died in 1995.

Mosadegh was a nationalist, good or bad he is dead & gone as is Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. Up until Mosadegh’s coup d'état against the Shah, the king was more democratic than western leaders. Mosadegh’s actions had emboldened the Tudeh party to take the country to the brink of collapse into the soviet hands. When Azerbaijan was liberated from Pishehvari’s clan (Tudeh Party) the Azaris massacred the reaming Tudehies that were not lucky enough like their leaders, escaping into the Soviet Union. People avenged them due to the horrible atrocities that communist had subjected them to. After world war two, we had a cold war, East vs. the West, goodness vs. Evil, there was no other camp! The occupation of Azerbaijan was done with military aid of Soviets’ military. Following an agreement reached between the governments of Iran and the USSR under intense American pressure, who viewed Pishevari's government as a not-too-subtle scheme by the USSR to partition Iran, Soviets removed their protection. Iranian armed forces, kept away from the provinces of Azerbaijan and Kurdistan by the Red Army presence since 1942, entered these provinces in November 1946. Some say that U.S. President Harry S. Truman had threatened the soviets with nuclear bombardment if soviets did not leave Iran; at that time the United States was the only country who possessed nuclear weapons.

Now that you understand the political atmosphere of the cold war era, we get back to the Mosadegh’s story. Due to political instability brought on by the Tudeh party whom by the way were divided into two camps, one group under the British influence (fake communists used by the English to prevent nationalization of our oil) and the other under Soviet Union to add Iran to the Iron curtain territory . Their common goal was destabilization of Iran. Mosadegh was an exocentric, stubborn, and a hypochondriac man(according to the CIA declassified documents i.e. psychological profile);he was loosing control & putting Iran in a Chaotic Descent mode . The Americans were initially pro- Mosadegh, however destabilization, increasing Soviet threat and British influence convinced the Americans that he was not fit to lead & pressured the Shah to dismiss him. It was within Shah’s constitutional rights as a monarch to appoint or dismiss a prime minister. The Shah decided to fire him. Instead Mosadegh arrested the person who presented him with the king’s decree for him to step down. Prior to that Mosadegh had gone as far as deporting Shah’s sister from Iran. Imagine that a prime minister deporting an Iranian from her own country, none the less being a member of the Royal Family. Mosadegh was not only out of line, but he refused to obey the Iranian constitution and send troops to arrest the King vacationing in northern Iran. In fact it was Mosadegh who initiated a coup d'état against the Shah. Hearing the news , Shah fled the country via Iraq to Rome. The CIA organized a countercoup to return the Shah to his thrown. Once again very little money was spent and according to the declassified US government documents; their CIA operatives were un successful until the people came to the scene and tipped the power struggle in favor of the Shah. People surrounded the Mosadegh’s home & his body guards opening fire on the people massacring numerous victims. At this point the Iranian army although divided initially like the people got involved, attacked the military guards of Mosadegh by tanks forcing Mosadegh & his followers to flee, later on arrested & convicted to home arrest in his estate in Ahmadabad.

I do not need to speak about mullahs, everyone knows of their brutal crimes, stealing and murderous acts!

So, who is the alternative? Are we waiting for CIA & MI6 to pull some one out of hat to lead us again?

Recently the news broke out in USA that Hamid Karzai & his brothers were under CIA payroll, who was he, that all of sudden became Afghanistan’s president? During the Bonn Conference in Germany, on December 5, 2001, Karzai was selected by prominent Afghan political figures to serve a six months term as Chairman of the Transitional Administration. He was then chosen for a two years term as the Interim President during the 2002. After the 2004 presidential election, Karzai won majority of the votes and became President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. He is currently participating in a runoff voting to decide the result of the 2009 fraudulent presidential election. How can you get rid of the Taliban & then create the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan? Karzai's family was strong supporters of the former Afghan King, Zahir Shah. His father, Abdul Ahad Karzai, served as the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament during the 1960s. Karzai is is often seen wearing a Karakul hat, something that has been worn by many Afghan kings in the past. Karzai lived in exile in Quetta, Pakistan, where he worked to reinstate the former Afghan king, Zahir Shah. His father, Abdul Ahad Karzai, was assassinated, presumably by Taliban agents yet recently stated that "there were many wonderful people in the Taliban. What has happened to his loyalty to the king? Afghanistan is severely infested with corruption. Hamid Karzai’s younger brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai – who partially helped finance Karzai's presidential campaign – was rumored to be involved in narcotic deals, Opium is the main source of income to finance Taliban’s Terrorist activity & is transited through Iran by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards for both domestic use & export to Europe. Lately the Revolutionary Guard Corps has a exchange program with the Columbian drug cartels exchanging opium & heroin for crack cocaine, hence more abundance of drugs & addiction among Iranian youth, making them useless!

In a 2008 interview, Karzai expressed his feelings towards the United States by stating: "If I am called a puppet because we are grateful to America, then let that be my nickname." Although many in United States charge that Iran is meddling in Afghanistan's affairs, Karzai insists that Iran is a friend of Afghanistan despite Iranian-made arms being found in his country. In 2007 Karzai contradicted US assessments on Iran's role in Afghanistan by saying that Iran has been a helper in the reconstruction process.

So why Abdullah Abdullah, MD become the interim leader & or by fraud loose the presidential election against Hamid Karzai?
He is a medical doctor (an ophthalmologist), his father, Ghullam Muhayuddin Khan, was from the Kandahar region, and was a high ranking government official who had risen through the ranks. In 1986 Abdullah became a close associate and advisor to Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud in the Soviet war in Afghanistan . In 1995 Abdullah became the Spokesperson for the Islamic State of Afghanistan. Following the capture of Kabul by the Taliban in 1996, the United Islamic Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan (also known as the Northern Alliance) was created. Abdullah became the group's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in September 1997. In 1995 Abdullah became the Spokesperson for the Islamic State of Afghanistan. Following the capture of Kabul by the Taliban in 1996, the United Islamic Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan (also known as the Northern Alliance) was created. Abdullah became the group's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in September 1997. As a result of Bonn conference on Afghanistan, Abdullah was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Interim Administration in December 2001. On June 11, 2002, there was an emergency loya jirga, held on the grounds of Kabul Polytechnic. As a result, Abdullah was reconfirmed as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan. Following the 2004 Afghanistan Presidential Elections, Abdullah was one of the few people who kept their position from the Transitional Government and was re-appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Dr. Abdullah fought the soviets & the Talibans shoulder to shoulder with Ahmad Shah Massoud, a nationalist hero, yet a pro- Zahir Shah associate betrays his king & becomes the president!

Why is it that in our region only CIA & MI6 operatives become the nation’s leaders?

Given our culture, heritage & god’s gift of intelligence & higher IQs, We should have been and will become the most advanced nation in the Middle East again!
Why have we become so corrupted with drugs, prostitution theft & bribery? Evilness has become our way of life!

Our problems are our arrogance, indifference to issues & not becoming team players. Why we are not united?
Why almost always we are the silent majority? Why are we so jealous of other’s success that instead of encouragement,we disappoint the successful one? We used be lion hearted!
Remember how we used to rule the world in the ancient times?

The way out of this vicious cycle is to first do a self criticism, correct our mistakes, attitudes & mindset.

All said & done, now we need a leader, a leader who has no blood in his hand, is morally acceptable and not corrupted.
A leader that is committed and ready to put his life on the line. A Leader who lives out side of Iran, hence untouchable by the Mullahs.
The leader should be free of need from foreign governments & intelligence agencies, even better if he has no foreign support since the package comes with treason to his/her country & usually nationalist come that way! Remember; we the people and our will is stronger
than any superpower in the world! We don’t want the superpowers support or influence! To hell with them all, their prosperity comes with the price of our misery!

Let the OUBAAMAANIST ;Affirmative Action president cut the Iranian democracy fund created by President Bush!
Tell him that his Democratic Party comember; the redneck peanut farmer has stolen billions of dollars from Iranian assets deposited in USA during the shah. We want our money back to fight & get rid of the Iranian Mullah monster created by the god damn democ-RATS !

In my opinion Mr. Reza Pahlavi is our only viable option & alternative

Some of you say that Reza Pahlavi is not charismatic enough to lead; I am asking you between RP & current Iran’s leaders such as Ali Khamenei, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Khomeini, Rafsanjani and ETC; who has more charisma? Who would you prefer to represent Iran?
Some of you ask why he has not done anything. How could he? Empty handed without your support? However I think that he is partially at fault!

My Comments & Expectations From Reza Pahlavi:

What I would like to know is; are you planning to continue to do what you have been doing; until the movement is totally run to the ground and dismantled?If not, I urgently recommend that you invite some of your supporters who are well versed in political planning and related topics to form a think tank assisting you in creating more effective plans and portray a better image of RP in public.

We need to have a large number of people rally behind RP inside of Iran as well as in exile. To achieve this task, RP will need all the help he can get from his supporters at these critical times.

We understand that RP has top notch people assisting him. They have impressive degrees from well established European centers of higher learning.

However, as you see, it is not working! They are out of touch with everyday common and ordinary Iranians. Their intellectual awareness may be high. But, they are out of touch with the people inside of Iran. These advisors have no real plan of action in the most critical time as we are entering. “I am an ordinary citizen” slogan does not cut it any more. It is do or die at this turning point of our country!

If our movement fails, no one will see it as the fault of RP advisors, planners and aids. It will all reflect directly on RP himself and his lack of leadership.

If you do not have the resources we (your supporters) will all pledge volunteering for intellectual work, physical labor and fund raising.

You should declare to all nations that any deals and contracts made with IRI (Islamic Republic of Iran) by any entity are null and void. The IRI does not represent Iranians. You should strongly consider forming a government in exile & declare yourself as the interim leader of the revolution. Khomeini did this in Iran while yourFather’s Prime Minister Dr Shapour Bakhtiar was still in power. We the Iranians do not need another ordinary civilian & activist, there are millions of us; we need a leader!

In any event, I see it as my duty to go on the record and point out the downfall's of the current planning' and procedures.

We ask for nothing and are ready to do anything humanly possible to turn the tide around. However, we need open minds to sit and discuss the relating issues.

My Comments & Expectations From the International Community:

Iran remains the world’s number one despotic regimein the world which is second to none for its track record of human rights violations, dictatorship and state sponsorship of terrorism.

The measures that we recommend and strongly advocate are as follows:
* Stop, with immediate effect, all international trades with the undemocratic Islamic “Republic” of Iran.
*Stop the purchase of oil from Iran and refrain from signing any new contracts and renewal of any existing ones.
* Blockade Iran’s ports in the Persian Gulf and possibly the Caspian Sea allowing passage of food and medicine.
*Stop all IRI satellite TV and Radio programming to the outside world.* Cease all Mullahs personal assets outside Iran including its support organization such as Alavi Foundation in New York City.* Freeze IRI assets outside of Iran and impose prohibition on investment, a travel ban, and asset freezes for government leaders and nuclear scientists..
* Publicly identify known IRI agents, arrest and prosecute their agents abroad as promoters of international terrorism and abusers of human rights.
* Shut down all illegal unregistered agent organizations representing IRI interests, their lobbyist and apologists.
* Close or limit Islamic Republic’s embassies and its activities including travel limits on Iranian diplomats.
* Release the frozen assets of Iran to the IRI opposition to be spent on strike funds and promotion of democracy.
* Expel IRI representatives from UN since the IRI constitution is contrary to the UDHR (Universal Declarations of Human Rights).

Like it or not, Reza Pahlavi is the only one who has the name recognition and 2500 years of heritage behind him. He could unite us, Think about it!
For the younger Iranian generation who has grown up under censorship & constant brainwashing by the mullah regime (who have no idea about Iran’s past or contemporary history) I have gathered the Historical review of the 1979 Iranian Revolution in my weblog
I hope, it will be both informative and Educational!

We shall prevail

God Bless!

Ramin Etebar, MD


Historical review of the 1979 Iranian Revolution:

Historical review of the 1979 Iranian Revolution:

British Conspiracy to overthrow the shah:

video :

Shah Of Iran, Days Of Pride:

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U.S. policies led to Iran revolt, study says:

U.S. policies led to Iran revolt, study says:
U.S. policies led to Iran revolt, study saysA report based on declassified documents suggests that the Nixon and Ford administrations, angry with the shah for his support for raising oil prices, worked to curb his ambitions.

By Borzou Daragahi, Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOctober 17, 2008

BEIRUT — A new report based on previously classified documents suggests that the Nixon and Ford administrations created conditions that helped destabilize Iran in the late 1970s and contributed to the country's Islamic Revolution.
A trove of transcripts, memos and other correspondence show sharp differences over rising oil prices developing between the Republican administrations and Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi in the mid-1970s, says a report to be published today in the fall issue of Middle East Journal, an academic journal published by the Washington-based Middle East Institute, a think tank.
The report, after two years of research by scholar Andrew Scott Cooper, zeros in on the role of White House policymakers -- including Donald H. Rumsfeld, then a top aide to President Ford -- hoping to roll back oil prices and curb the shah's ambitions, despite warnings by then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger that such a move might precipitate the rise of a "radical regime" in Iran.
"The shah is a tough, mean guy. But he is our real friend," Kissinger warned Ford, who was considering options to press the monarch into lowering oil prices, in an August 1974 conversation cited by the report. "We can't tackle him without breaking him."
Analysts and historians often contend that President Carter, a Democrat, fumbled Iran, allowing the country to eventually become one of the chief U.S. opponents in the region. But the report suggests that his Republican predecessors not only contributed to the shah's fall but also were inching toward a realignment with Saudi Arabia as the key U.S. ally in the Persian Gulf.

The examination of pre- revolutionary Iran has special relevance today. Cooper said Iran's economic situation just before the revolution resembled its current state, this time with big-spending President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad banking on high oil prices to sustain his power.
"Ahmadinejad's fiscal recklessness is eerily reminiscent of the shah's, with Iran's inflation rate running at approximately 30% and Iran's current deficit approximately $12 billion -- not to mention widespread underemployment and unemployment," Cooper said in an e-mail.
The report, based mostly on documents stored at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Mich., opens a window on an unruly period more than 30 years ago that precipitated Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution, which established a template for religiously inspired Muslim movements throughout the Middle East. As high oil prices in the early 1970s began strangling the U.S. economy, Washington began to sour on Iran, the documents suggest. After an oil embargo over American support of Israel ended in March 1974, U.S. officials considered the shah the principal culprit in keeping oil prices from falling and wanted him to put on the brakes. At one point, Rumsfeld, who later served as the current President Bush's Defense secretary, warned Iran's chief arms procurement official that Tehran was losing friends in Washington.
"Don't try to get around me," he reportedly told Gen. Hassan Toufanian, in an encounter described by the Washington Post three decades ago and cited in the report. "Remember, Kissinger and I have to approve all [arms] exports."Chief among those advocating pressure on Iran was William Simon, who served as Treasury secretary and energy czar under the Nixon and Ford administrations. He blamed the shah for high oil prices and wanted the U.S. to use weapons sales to Tehran as leverage. "He is the ringleader on oil prices, together with Venezuela," Simon told President Nixon in July 1974, referring to the Iranian ruler. "Is it possible to put pressure on the shah?"
Over the years, Kissinger advocated a friendlier line on Iran and the shah, who had been brought back to power by a U.S.-engineered coup in 1953. The report suggests that Kissinger had special insights into the country's instability. At the time, university campuses in Iran were in turmoil, and guerrillas were attacking U.S. facilities and assassinating key officials. Even in 1974, a CIA analysis sounded the alarm, saying the shah's ambitious buildup of the country was causing economic polarization and cultural clashes that were roiling Iran.
By late 1976 the shah was in deep financial trouble, facing a huge cash crunch. He wanted the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries oil cartel, or OPEC, to raise oil prices by 25%, a move the U.S. opposed.
"There is unanimity among my advisors that the world economy health is not good," Ford told Iranian Ambassador Ardeshir Zahedi in December 1976, according to the archives. "Any increase in the price of oil would have a serious impact on the world financial structure."
But U.S. officials, especially Simon, had been working with Saudi officials behind the shah's back to seek help on oil prices in exchange for political and military support for the Arab kingdom. The Saudis stunned OPEC members by announcing at a December summit in Doha, Qatar, that they would increase production to 11.6 million barrels a day from 8.6 million barrels, driving down prices.
We should get credit for what happened at OPEC," Kissinger told Ford. "I have said all along the Saudis were the key. . . . Our great diplomacy is what did it."But it would prove to be a Pyrrhic victory in terms of one American ally. Iran was cash-strapped, having spent much of its reserves on American weapons and the shah's Great Civilization programs, which spurred inflation by flooding the country with money.
The shah was broke. Declining oil revenue amid continued inflation forced him to abandon ambitious plans to modernize his country.
"The collapse of the Doha summit, and the Saudi decision to undercut the price of crude and boost its output to try to flood the market, rushed the Iranian economy to the precipice," Cooper writes in his report.
The shah's government, shaken by the loss of oil revenue, imposed a harsh austerity budget that threw thousands out of work, collapsed investor confidence and panicked middle-class Iranians. Economic chaos and unemployment quickly spread.
Within a year of the Doha summit, the first mass demonstrations that grew into revolution broke out on the streets of the Iranian capital.


Jimmy the teeth’s role in Islamofascism

Jimmy the teeth’s role in Islamofascism

Jimmy Carter was one of the worst Presidents the United States ever had. Maybe THE worst. His actions allowed the rise of radical Islam to begin. The snowball effect of that radical Islam was shown on September 11, 2001.

Events in the last 10 years, however, and knowledge of events of the 1980's have shown Jimmy Carter to be a dishonorable man. In fact, if the accounts are correct, Jimmy Carter is a traitor.

Jimmy Carter has also made disparaging comments about our past President, George Bush for Bush's efforts to stop terrorism & trying to undo his evil acts. Jimmy Carter must make such statements, because if the truth be told, the origin of terrorism worldwide was the fall of Iran, and that fall was hastened due to Jimmy Carter's direct actions and lack of action.

“I did not know it then – perhaps I did not want to know – but it is clear to me now that the Americans wanted me out. Clearly this is what the human rights advocates in the State Department wanted … What was I to make of the Administration’s sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an adviser on Iran? Ball was among those Americans who wanted to abandon me and ultimately my country.” – Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran

In November 1978 then President Carter nominated George Ball as a member of the Trilateral Commission. The commission acted under the direct control of the National Security Council’s Zbigniew Brzezinski, an ardent opponent of the Shah of Iran. This commission cultivated a clandestine Iran task force. While serving on this commission, George Ball championed cessation of United States support for the Shah and clandestine support for Rubhullah Ayatollah Khomeini who, albeit in exile, led a proletariat Islamic opposition. Pursuant to this agenda George Ball sought to garner the support of Robert Bowie, who was at that time the Deputy Director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency.

Perhaps the revolution and subsequent consequences would have never occurred if the Carter Administration had not taken the helm. No doubt, neither President Richard M. Nixon nor President Ronald Reagan would have paved the way for the arrival of the current theocracy. Criticizing the Carter Administration’s handling of the crises in Iran, President Reagan said “I did criticize the President because of his undermining of our stalwart ally, the Shah, I do not believe that he was that far out of line with his people.”

In September 2007, US News & World Report stated: “Amid deepening frustration with Iran, calls for shifting Bush administration policy toward military strikes or other stronger actions are intensifying.” And in June 2008, President-to-be Barack Obama declared: “The danger from Iran is grave, it is real, and my goal will be to eliminate this threat.”However, suppose a progressive, pro-Western regime ruled Iran, representing no threat? War discussions would be unnecessary. Yet many forget that, until 30 years ago, exactly such a regime led Iran, until it was toppled with the help of the same U.S. foreign policy establishment recently beating war drums.

Meet the Shah:

From 1941 until 1979, Iran was ruled by a constitutional monarchy under Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Iran’s Shah (king).

Although Iran, also called Persia, was the world’s oldest empire, dating back 2,500 years, by 1900 it was floundering. Bandits dominated the land; literacy was one percent; and women, under archaic Islamic dictates, had no rights.

The Shah changed all this. Primarily by using oil-generated wealth, he modernized the nation. He built rural roads, postal services, libraries, and electrical installations. He constructed dams to irrigate Iran’s arid land, making the country 90-percent self-sufficient in food production. He established colleges and universities, and at his own expense, set up an educational foundation to train students for Iran’s future.

To encourage independent cultivation, the Shah donated 500,000 Crown acres to 25,000 farmers. In 1978, his last full year in power, the average Iranian earned $2,540, compared to $160 ,25 years earlier. Iran had full employment, requiring foreign workers. The national currency was stable for 15 years, inspiring French economist André Piettre to call Iran a country of “growth without inflation.” Although Iran was the world’s second largest oil exporter, the Shah planned construction of 18 nuclear power plants. He built an Olympic sports complex and applied to host the 1988 Olympics (an honor eventually assigned Seoul), an achievement unthinkable for other Middle East nations.

Long regarded as a U.S. ally, the Shah was pro-Western and anti-communist, and he was aware that he posed the main barrier to Soviet ambitions in the Middle East. As distinguished foreign-affairs analyst Hilaire du Berrier noted: “He determined to make Iran … capable of blocking a Russian advance until the West should realize to what extent her own interests were threatened and come to his aid.... It necessitated an army of 250,000 men.” The Shah’s air force ranked among the world’s five best. A voice for stability within the Middle East itself, he favored peace with Israel and supplied the beleaguered state with oil.

On the home front, the Shah protected minorities and permitted non-Muslims to practice their faiths. “All faith,” he wrote, “imposes respect upon the beholder.” The Shah also brought Iran into the 20th century by granting women equal rights. This was not to accommodate feminism, but to end archaic brutalization.

Yet, at the height of Iran’s prosperity, the Shah suddenly became the target of an ignoble campaign led by U.S. and British foreign policy makers. Bolstered by slander in the Western press, these forces, along with Soviet-inspired communist insurgents, and mullahs opposing the Shah’s progressiveness, combined to face him with overwhelming opposition. In three years he went from vibrant monarch to exile (on January 16, 1979), and ultimately death, while Iran fell to Ayatollah Khomeini’s terror.

Houchang Nahavandi, one of the Shah’s ministers and closest advisers, reveals in his book The Last Shah of Iran: “We now know that the idea of deposing the Shah was broached continually, from the mid-seventies on, in the National Security Council in Washington, by Henry Kissinger, whom the Shah thought of as a firm friend.”

The alternation of parties does not change the diplomatic orientation of the United States that much. The process of toppling the Shah had been envisaged and initiated in 1974, under a certain Republican administration.... Numerous, published documents and studies bear witness to the fact, even if it was not until the beginning of the Carter administration that the decision was made to take concerted action by evoking problems related to human rights.

The Shah’s destruction required assembling a team of diplomatic “hit men.” Du Berrier commented:
When the situation was deemed ripe, U.S. Ambassador William Sullivan — the man reputed to have toppled the pro-American government of General Phoumi Nosavan in Laos — was sent to urge the Shah to get out. In December Mr. George Ball, an instant “authority on Iran,” was sent as a follow-up with the same message.Sullivan (CFR), a career diplomat with no Middle East experience, became our ambassador to Iran in 1977. The Shah recalled:Whenever I met Sullivan and asked him to confirm these official statements [of American support], he promised he would. But a day or two later he would return, gravely shake his head, and say that he had received “no instructions” and therefore could not comment.... His answer was always the same: I have received no instructions.... This rote answer had been given me since early September [1978] and I would continue to hear it until the day I left the country.

The other key player du Berrier named, George Ball, was a quintessential establishment man: CFR member, Bilderberger, and banker with Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb. The Shah commented: “What was I to make, for example, of the Administration’s sudden decision to call former Under Secretary of State George Ball to the White House as an advisor on Iran? I knew that Ball was no friend.”
George Ball — that guru of American diplomacy and prominento of certain think-tanks and pressure groups — once paid a long visit to Teheran, where, interestingly, the National Broadcasting Authority placed an office at his disposal. Once installed there, he played host to all the best-known dissidents and gave them encouragement. After he returned to Washington, he made public statements, hostile and insulting to the Sovereign. Joining the smear was U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy.

But we must not forget the venom with which Teddy Kennedy ranted against the Shah, nor that on December 7, 1977, the Kennedy family financed a so-called committee for the defense of liberties and rights of man in Teheran, which was nothing but a headquarters for revolution.
Suddenly, the Shah noted, the U.S. media found him “a despot, an oppressor, a tyrant.” Kennedy denounced him for running “one of the most violent regimes in the history of mankind.”

At the center of the “human rights” complaints was the Shah’s security force, SAVAK. Comparable in its mission to America’s FBI, SAVAK was engaged in a deadly struggle against terrorism, most of which was fueled by the bordering USSR, which linked to Iran’s internal communist party, the Tudeh. SAVAK, which had only 4,000 employees in 1978, saved many lives by averting several bombing attempts. Its prisons were open for Red Cross inspections, and though unsuccessful attempts were made on the Shah’s life, he always pardoned the would-be assassins. Nevertheless, a massive campaign was deployed against him. Within Iran, Islamic fundamentalists, who resented the Shah’s progressive pro-Western views, combined with Soviet-sponsored communists to overthrow the Shah. This tandem was “odd” because communism is committed to destroying all religion, which Marx called “the opiate of the masses.” The Shah understood that “Islamic Marxism” was an oxymoron, commenting: “Of course the two concepts are irreconcilable — unless those who profess Islam do not understand their own religion or pervert it for their own political ends.”

For Western TV cameras, protestors in Teheran carried empty coffins, or coffins seized from genuine funerals, proclaiming these were “victims of SAVAK.” This deception — later admitted by the revolutionaries — was necessary because they had no actual martyrs to parade. Another tactic: demonstrators splashed themselves with mercurochrome, claiming SAVAK had bloodied them.

The Western media cooperated. When Carter visited Iran at the end of 1977, the press reported that his departure to Teheran International Airport had been through empty streets, because the city was “all locked up and emptied of people, by order of the SAVAK.” What the media didn’t mention: Carter chose to depart at 6 a.m., when the streets were naturally empty.An equally vicious campaign occurred when the Shah and his wife, Empress Farah, came for a state visit to America in November 1977. While touring Williamsburg, Virginia, about 500 Iranian students showed up, enthusiastically applauding. However, about 50 protestors waved hammer-and-sickle red flags. These unlikely Iranians were masked, unable to speak Persian, and some were blonde. The U.S. media focused exclusively on the protesters. Wrote the Shah: “Imagine my amazement the next day when I saw the press had reversed the numbers and wrote that the fifty Shah supporters were lost in a hostile crowd.”

On November 16, the Shah and Empress were due to visit Carter. Several thousand Iranian patriots surrounded the White House bearing a huge banner saying “Welcome Shah.” However, The police kept them as far away as possible, but allowed a small number of opponents [again, masked] to approach the railings … close to where the Sovereign’s helicopter was going to land for the official welcome. At the exact moment, when courtesies were being exchanged on the White House lawn, these people produced sticks and bicycle chains and set upon the others.... Thus, the whole world was allowed to see riotous scenes, on television, as an accompaniment to the arrival of the Imperial Couple.

Terror at Home:

Two major events propelled the revolution in Iran. On the afternoon of August 19, 1978, a deliberate fire gutted the Rex Cinema in Abadan, killing 477 people, including many children with their mothers. Blocked exits prevented escape. The police learned that the fire was caused by Ruhollah Khomeini supporters, who fled to Iraq, where the ayatollah was in exile. But the international press blamed the fire on the Shah and his “dreaded SAVAK.” Furthermore, the mass murder had been timed to coincide with the Shah’s planned celebration of his mother’s birthday; it could thus be reported that the royal family danced while Iran wept. Communist-inspired rioting swept Iran.Foreigners, including Palestinians, appeared in the crowds. Although the media depicted demonstrations as “spontaneous uprisings,” professional revolutionaries organized them. Some Iranian students were caught up in it. Here the Shah’s generosity backfired. As du Berrier pointed out:

In his desperate need of men capable of handling the sophisticated equipment he was bringing in, the Shah had sent over a hundred thousand students abroad.... Those educated in France and America return indoctrinated by leftist professors and eager to serve as links between comrades abroad and the Communist Party at home.

When the demonstrations turned violent, the government reluctantly invoked martial law. The second dark day was September 8. Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Teheran were ordered to disperse by an army unit. Gunmen — many on rooftops — fired on the soldiers. The Shah’s army fired back. The rooftop snipers then sprayed the crowd. When the tragedy was over, 121 demonstrators and 70 soldiers and police lay dead. Autopsies revealed that most in the crowd had been killed by ammo non-regulation for the army. Nevertheless, the Western press claimed the Shah had massacred his own people.

The Shah, extremely grieved by this incident, and wanting no further bloodshed, gave orders tightly restricting the military. This proved a mistake. Until now, the sight of his elite troops had quieted mobs. The new restraints emboldened revolutionaries, who brazenly insulted soldiers, knowing they could fire only as a last resort.

Khomeini and the Media Cabal:

Meanwhile, internationalist forces rallied around a new figure they had chosen to lead Iran: Ruhollah Khomeini. A minor cleric of Indian extraction, Khomeini had denounced the Shah’s reforms during the 1960s — especially women’s rights and land reform for Muslim clerics, many of whom were large landholders. Because his incendiary remarks had contributed to violence and rioting then, he was exiled, living mostly in Iraq, where Iranians largely forgot him until 1978.

A shadowy past followed Khomeini. The 1960s rioting linked to him was financed, in part, by Eastern Bloc intelligence services. He was in the circle of the cleric Sayed Abolghassem Kachani , who had ties to East German intelligence. Furthermore, in 1960, Colonel Michael Goliniewski, second-in-command of Soviet counter-intelligence in Poland, defected to the West. His debriefings exposed so many communist agents that he was honored by a resolution of the U.S. House of Representatives. One report, declassified in 2000, revealed, “Ayatollah Khomeini was one of Moscow’s five sources of intelligence at the heart of the Shiite hierarchy.”

Nevertheless, as French journalist Dominique Lorenz reported, the Americans, “having picked Khomeini to overthrow the Shah, had to get him out of Iraq, clothe him with respectability and set him up in Paris, a succession of events, which could not have occurred, if the leadership in France had been against it.”

In 1978, Khomeini, in Iraq since 1965, was permitted to reside at Neauphle-le-Château in France. Two French police squads, along with Algerians and Palestinians, protected him.:

Around the small villa occupied by Khomeini, the agents of many of the world’s secret services were gathered as thickly as the autumn leaves. The CIA, the MI6, the KGB and the SDECE were all there. The CIA had even rented the house next door. According to most of the published witness-statements, the East Germans were in charge of most of the radio-transmissions; and, on at least one occasion, eight thousand cassettes of the Ayatollah’s speeches were sent, directly to Teheran, by diplomatic bag.

Foreign-affairs analyst du Berrier reported:

French services quickly verified that Libya, Iraq and Russia were providing money. Young Iranians, members of the Tudeh (communist) Party, made up Khomeini’s secretariat in France. Working in cooperation with the French Communist Party they provided couriers to pass his orders and tapes into Iran. Their sympathizers in Britain turned the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) into a propaganda organ.

Journalists descended in droves on Neauphle-le-Château; Khomeini gave 132 interviews in 112 days, receiving easy questions as their media organs became his sounding board. Nahavandi affirms that, within Iran “the Voice of America, the Voice of Israel and, especially, the BBC virtually became the voice of the revolution, moving from criticism, to overt incitement of revolt, and from biased reporting, to outright disinformation.”

Khomeini’s inflammatory speeches were broadcast; revolutionary songs aired on Iranian radio. One journalist, however, stunned Khomeini by bucking the trend: intelligence expert Pierre de Villemarest, hero of the French Resistance in World War II, anti-communist, and critic of the CFR. Interviewing Khomeini, de Villemarest asked:
How are you going to solve the economic crisis into which you have plunged the country through your agitation of these past few weeks?... And aren’t you afraid that when the present regime is destroyed you will be outpaced by a party as tightly-knit and well organized as the [communist] Tudeh?
Khomeini didn’t reply. The interpreter stood, saying, “The Ayatollah is tired.” De Villemarest registered his concern with the French Ministry of the Interior, but reported, “They told me to occupy myself with something else.”

Ending the Shah’s Rule:

Iran’s situation deteriorated. As Western media spurred revolutionaries, riots and strikes paralyzed Iran. The Shah wrote:
At about this time, a new CIA chief was stationed in Teheran. He had been transferred to Iran from a post in Tokyo with no previous experience in Iranian affairs. Why did the U.S. install a man totally ignorant of my country in the midst of such a crisis? I was astonished by the insignificance of the reports he gave me. At one point we spoke of liberalization and I saw a smile spread across his face.

The Carter administration’s continuous demand upon the Shah: liberalize. On October 26, 1978, he freed 1,500 prisoners, but increased rioting followed. The Shah commented that “the more I liberalized, the worse the situation in Iran became. Every initiative I took was seen as proof of my own weakness and that of my government.” Revolutionaries equated liberalization with appeasement. “My greatest mistake,” the Shah recalled, “was in listening to the Americans on matters concerning the internal affairs of my kingdom.”

Iran’s last hope: its well-trained military could still restore order. The Carter administration realized this. Du Berrier noted: “Air Force General Robert Huyser, deputy commander of U.S. forces in Europe, was sent to pressure Iran’s generals into giving in without a fight.” “Huyser directly threatened the military with a break in diplomatic relations and a cutoff of arms if they moved to support their monarch.”

“It was therefore necessary,” the Shah wrote, “to neutralize the Iranian army. It was clearly for this reason that General Huyser had come to Teheran.”
Huyser only paid the Shah a cursory visit, but had three meetings with Iran’s revolutionary leaders — one lasting 10 hours. Huyser, of course, had no authority to interfere with a foreign nation’s sovereign affairs.
Prior to execution later by Khomeini, General Amir Hossein Rabbi, Commander of the Iranian Air Force, stated: “General Huyser threw the Shah out of the country like a dead mouse.”

U.S. officials pressed the Shah to leave Iran. He reflected:
You cannot imagine the pressure the Americans were putting on me, and in the end it became an order.... How could I stay when the Americans had sent a general, Huyser, to force me out? How could I stand alone against Henry Precht [the State Department Director for Iran] and the entire State Department?He finally accepted exile, clinging to the belief that America was still Iran’s ally, and that leaving would avert greater bloodshed. These hopes proved illusions.A factor in the Shah’s decision to depart was that — unknown to most people — he had cancer. U.S. Ambassador William Sullivan (CFR) assured the Shah that, if he exited Iran, America would welcome him. Despite the pleadings of myriad Iranians to stay, he reluctantly left. However, shortly after reaching Cairo, the U.S. ambassador to Egypt effectively informed him that “the government of the United States regrets that it cannot welcome the Shah to American territory.”The betrayed ruler now became “a man without a country.”

Iran’s Chaotic Descent:

On February 1, 1979, with U.S. officials joining the welcoming committee, Ayatollah Khomeini arrived in Iran amid media fanfare. Although counter-demonstrations, some numbering up to 300,000 people, erupted in Iran, the Western press barely mentioned them.

Khomeini had taken power, not by a constitutional process, but violent revolution that ultimately claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. Numerous of his opponents were executed, usually without due process, and often after brutal torture. Teheran’s police officers — loyal to the Shah — were slaughtered. At least 1,200 Imperial Army officers, who had been instructed by General Huyser not to resist the revolution, were put to death. Before dying, many exclaimed, “God save the King!” “On February 17,” reported du Berrier, “General Huyser faced the first photos of the murdered leaders whose hands he had tied and read the descriptions of their mutilations.” At the year’s end, the military emasculated and no longer a threat, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. More Iranians were killed during Khomeini’s first month in power than in the Shah’s 37-year reign. Yet Carter, Ted Kennedy, and the Western media, who had brayed so long about the Shah’s alleged “human rights” violations, said nothing. Mass executions and torture elicited no protests. Seeing his country thus destroyed, the exiled Shah raged to an adviser: “Where are the defenders of human rights and democracy now?” Later, the Shah wrote that there was

Not a word of protest from American human rights advocates who had been so vocal in denouncing my “tyrannical” regime! It was a sad commentary, I reflected, that the United States, and indeed most Western countries, had adopted a double standard for international morality: anything Marxist, no matter how bloody and base, is acceptable.


The Shah’s personal tragedy wasn’t over. He stayed briefly in Egypt and Morocco, but did not wish to impose risks on his hosts from Muslim extremists. Eventually he welcomed Mexican President Lopes Portillo’s hospitality.

However, in Mexico the Shah received an invitation from CFR Chairman David Rockefeller, who used influence to secure permission for the Shah to come to America for medical treatment. Rockefeller sent a trendy Park Avenue MD to examine the Shah, who agreed — against his better judgment — to abandon his personal physicians and fly to New York for treatment. In October 1979, he was received at the Rockefeller-founded Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital for cancer treatment. Here the Shah experienced a fateful delay in spleen surgery that some believe accelerated his death.

The Shah’s admission to the United States had another outcome. Partly in retribution, on November 4, 1979, Iranians took 52 hostages from the U.S. embassy in Teheran. Soviet special services assisted them. This embarrassed Jimmy Carter, who had done so much to destroy the Shah and support Khomeini. The seizure made the Shah a pawn.

While in New York, Mexico inexplicably reversed its welcome, informing the Shah that his return would contravene Mexico’s “vital interests.” One can only guess at the hidden hands possibly influencing this decision.

Carter faced a dilemma. Iran wanted the Shah’s return — for a degrading execution — in exchange for the American hostages. However, a direct trade might humiliate the United States.

Therefore, Panama was selected as intermediary. Following treatment in New York, the Shah was informed he could no longer remain in America, but Panama would welcome him. In Panama, however, the Shah and Empress were under virtual house arrest; it was apparent that it would only be a matter of time before the Shah would be sent to Iran in exchange for the hostages. A special cage was erected in Teheran. Khomeini’s followers envisioned parading him in the streets before final torture and bloody execution.

However, Anwar Sadat, the Egyptian president and the Shah’s friend, discerned the scheme, and sent a jet to Panama, which escorted the Shah and Empress safely to Egypt.

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi died on July 27, 1980. His last words: “I wait upon Fate, never ceasing to pray for Iran, and for my people. I think only of their suffering.” In Cairo, a grand funeral honored him. Three million Egyptians followed the procession.

Anwar Sadat who, like the Shah, advocated a peaceful Middle East, and defied the American establishment by saving the Shah from infamous death, did not survive much longer himself. The following year, Muslim extremists assassinated him under circumstances remaining controversial.

The Issues:

Why did the American establishment, defying logic and morality, betray our ally the Shah? Only the perpetrators can answer the question, but a few possibilities should be considered.

Iran ranks second in the world in oil and natural-gas reserves. Energy is critical to world domination, and major oil companies, such as Exxon and British Petroleum, have long exerted behind-the-scenes influence on national policies.

The major oil companies had for years dictated Iranian oil commerce, but the Shah explained:

In 1973 we succeeded in putting a stop, irrevocably, to sixty years of foreign exploitation of Iranian oil-resources.... In 1974, Iran at last took over the management of the entire oil-industry, including the refineries at Abadan and so on.... I am quite convinced that it was from this moment that some very powerful, international interests identified, within Iran, the collusive elements, which they could use to encompass my downfall.

Does this explain the sudden attitude change toward Iran expressed by Henry Kissinger, beginning in the mid-seventies? Kissinger’s links to the Rockefellers, whose fortune derived primarily from oil, bolsters the Shah’s view on the situation. However, other factors should be considered.

Although the Shah maintained a neutral stance toward Israel, during the 1973 Yom Kippur War, he allowed critical supplies to reach Egypt, enabling it to achieve a balance of success, and earning Sadat’s undying gratitude, but wrath from influential Zionists. Did this impact the West’s attitude change in the mid-seventies?

We should not overlook that the Shah opposed the powerful opium trade, now flourishing in the Middle East.

Finally, the Shah was a nationalist who brought his country to the brink of greatness and encouraged Middle East peace. These qualities are anathema to those seeking global governance, for strong nations resist membership in world bodies, and war has long been a destabilizing catalyst essential to what globalists call “the new world order.”

What is the solution to modern Iran? Before listening to war drums, let us remember:
It was the CFR clique — the same establishment entrenched in the Bush and Obama administrations — that ousted the Shah, resulting in today’s Iran. That establishment also chanted for the six-year-old Iraq War over alleged weapons of mass destruction never found. Therefore, instead of contemplating war with Iran, a nation four times Iraq’s size, let us demand that America shed its CFR hierarchy and their interventionist policy that has wrought decades of misery, and adopt a policy of avoiding foreign entanglements, and of minding our own business in international affairs.