Monday, April 02, 2012

Iran's readers Pick Late Shah's Son As Iran's Person Of The Year:


Iran's readers Pick Late Shah's Son As Iran's Person Of The Year: They are finally on the right track but will they be listened to for once?

Iran's readers Pick Late Shah's Son As Iran's Person Of The Year: Radio Farda's audience has chosen exiled Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, the eldest son of the late deposed Shah of Iran, as the most important and most influential person of the Iranian year.

The selection is the result of an online poll that was timed to coincide with the Persian New Year and included thousands of respondents.
The 51-year-old Pahlavi has called for the prosecution of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on charges of crimes against humanity. He has also said he wants to unite diverse Iranian opposition groups and forces to eliminate the regime in Tehran.


Well let's hope the citizen's are listened to for a change! Early on Muslim's right at the top of the hierarchy were against the "fact that Ayatollah Khomeini had betrayed Islam and Muhammud right from the beginning. They are still protesting as Ayatollah Khamenei is following the same agenda. I am still hoping for a change but it is going to be one hell of a fight!

Khomeini's Ghost - The Iranian Revolution and the Rise of Militant Islam Makes sense of everything including Ayatollah Sistani

You know I have said many times that having legitimacy is not Ayatollah Khamenei's concern! Ayatollah Khomeini betrayed the 1979 revolution right off the bat and Khamenei is following him. That is why the most popular Ayatollah in Iran Ayatollah Sistani who has lived in Iraq since he was a teenager but visited Iran every year left Iran for Iraq and has never returned.

Ayatollah Sistani is gaining more converts every day. Ayatollah Montazeri was a leader of the Revolution too and has disagreed with Khamenei's betrayal of the Revolution. Instead of leaving like Ayatollah Sistani he chose to stay in Iran and has frequently butted heads with Khamenei. Ayatollah Sistani the most powerful Ayatollah in Iran has stayed out of Iran since the 1979 Revolution. He said the Revolution was betrayed and it was. Ayatollah Sistani Intrigue

Reading the book by Con Coughlin titled Khomeini's Ghost - The Iranian Revolution and the Rise of Militant Islam while as usual not totally correct it certainly makes you think and put everything in its proper frightening perspective. Please look at the book review and decide for yourself. From Khomeini's response on his return to Iran after 15 years of exile to today's events it all makes sense and the world better be concerned as there is more than idle threats and braggadocio coming from Ahmadinejad. Khomeini's Ghost - The Iranian Revolution and the ...

When asked by a journalist how he felt upon returning to Iran after 15 years in exile. Khomeini’s curt, one-word reply “nothing” Whoa! From day one of his return to Iran Khomeini expressed no love for Iran only a love of the atom bomb. The drive even then was to possess a nuclear weapon though that desire is still denied until Iran can get their hands on one.

I have tried to give Iran the benefit of the doubt when they say their nuclear desires are peaceful knowing they could use nuclear power as an energy source for their growing population. I have always asserted that perceived need could be cover for the real goal of developing a nuclear weapon. I now believe it is!

I do not trust Iran an Iota any more! They are playing war games taunting Israel, the west, and the world. I am more concerned than ever about what Iran is really up to and not just with their nuclear ambitions. IRG Ahmadinejad, the stolen election, the killing and imprisonment of the children of the Revolution, the violent crushing of all opposition, the clandestine nuclear program, It is all making sense, beware! Natanz, Qom, Isfahan, Bushehr, Natanz, how many more nuclear facilities? How will this end?

Friday, June 26, 2009
Former Prince Reza Pahlavi is being contacted by IRG sick of killing and looking for a way out!
Did you see what happened ? As would be Protesters were approaching Parliament 500 Government thugs armed with axes, guns, and clubs attacked them.. Hacking them up shooting them clubbing them and throwing them off a foot bridge! Old men women whoever! I just saw a report on Iranian TV that the Government forces kept things peaceful. I refuse to believe the truth can not get to the rest of the people. This is sick!

Mir Hossein Moussavi had been put under house arrest! I was listening to Prince Reza Pahlavi saying he is being increasingly contacted by Basij and Iranian Revolutionary Guard who just cannot harm and kill their fellow citizens any more. Some are seeking a way out of the country. Some of them have been taking off their uniforms and joining the people in protests. The other day I mentioned citizens know where they live and have started marking and targeting them. They have had enough! video of Former Crown Prince of Iran Reza Pahlavi Cries as He Talks About Neda and Uprising

I said I was going to give the Iranian people a break as I thought they had been beaten into submission and now indiscriminately killed. The force being used on them I thought was overwhelming but I am so proud of them. They want their freedom period! They refuse to give up! Police have now taken to confiscating cell phones to keep people from communicating with each other.

Something did change in Iran! This Brutality performed in the name of the brutal killer the so called Supreme Leader is way beyond police state brutality. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard had been beating old men and women to a pulp. breaking arms and legs, maiming and killing their brothers and sisters, fellow Iranian's. Can they possibly live amongst the very people who they have been trying to destroy? Can the people live with them more importantly? Women were on the front line and being beat to a pulp. I had heard from an Iranian Woman that the beatings were being done by foreigner, Hamas and Hezbollah because Iranian men will not beat a woman. I don't know about that!

Now we are hearing the open calls for the return of the Prince to come back and try the criminals posing as Religious leaders. I hope what we think are the righteous for the people's sake are vindicated.Iran's readers Pick Late Shah's Son As Iran's Person Of The Year: Radio Farda's audience has chosen exiled Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, the eldest son of the late deposed Shah of Iran, as the most important and most influential person of the Iranian year.

The selection is the result of an online poll that was timed to coincide with the Persian New Year and included thousands of respondents.
The 51-year-old Pahlavi has called for the prosecution of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on charges of crimes against humanity. He has also said he wants to unite diverse Iranian opposition groups and forces to eliminate the regime in Tehran.



James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

2 comments:

Demeur said...

Considering that the Shah was no saint I'd ask who responded to the poll? Rassmusen comes up with some great poll questions but you think I'd trust their results?

an average patriot said...

Yeah I know but when the shit was happening after the stolen election He came to light and I thought him and Sistani would be perfect to lead if Sistani would come back too.