"Im iranian iv been reading some of you stuff many are good some false shit. I take up one quiston. You said that mullahs in iran are british puppets. they got help to trow down the shah. But khomeni was wery wise. you dont walk into tornado. you wait u use it. Then when e overtroned the shah and got to power. He went back aganist the british. thats why they attacked iran.
ahemenidejad is wery wise. He is not e puppet. Where do you get these cheap imginatations. If He was puppet for british ,jews. then he must be doing bad advertise for them and making bad desicions for iran. In fact he has done wery much and fighting these zionists. Making countreys come together and stans against the e zionists"
Well David, puppets come in different shapes and sizes. You at least acknowledge that the mullahs had help getting into power in Iran in 1979 from the British/Americans. Most Iranians I suspect do not know this fact------'Ayatollah BBC' :
Otherwise basically politically illiterate Mullahs could not have come to power by themselves in the real rational world, and at the same time overcome ALL politically seasoned opposition groups operating in Iran, such as the left wing Tudeh party alliance, the constitutional democratic forces, and in addition of course the existing elite power structure of the Shah, trained by the Israelis and Americans from the 1950's, including SAVAK and the other security forces.
From 1979-82 the mullahs systematically sidelined and eliminated ALL their political opponents in Iran, and exercised power exremely ruthlessly, which suggests to me that the mullahs were getting guidance and advice from the British, if not the Americans whose embassy was closed. The 1980's Gulf war with Iraq, backed by the Americans and British amongst others in addition also helped the mullahs in Tehran, because ordinary Iranians had to rally around their national leadership, and not ask too many awakward questions about the mullahs, after the initial euphoria of over throwing the Shah had died down.
This is the same thing Bush is doing in America, conducting war and calling for more war, as a way of covering up massive criminality at home. Bush and the late Ayatollah Khomenei are in many ways similar politically, as both seem to want endless wars, and sacrifice the lives of young good men, by using patriotic speeches around their national flags, whilst they consolidate more power at home. These are the actions of politically cynical men with criminal intentions, not real patriots-----the desire to stay in power, for the sake of staying in power.
Having looked at the mullah record over the last 29 years, one can summise that whilst they have been disasterous in all aspects of governance within Iran: the economy; educational policy, industry and manufacturing; the banking sector; the petro-chemicals sector..................the one thing they have been good at is staying in power, RUTHLESSLY. That can only be attributed to the British and their close allies, Canada and Australia. Oh, one more thing; if you thought the recent Iranian oil bourse, and conversion to non-dollar currencies was just another clever idea from the mullahs, you would be wrong-----the idea came from the UK---follow it up.
But in the international game the British have to pretend to oppose the mullahs to keep up a clever facade, much like Khomenei's speeches against America, whilst he collaborated with them indirectly and through other parties.
Then of course if you study this fact and area a little bit more, you will discover that the mullahs have had close relations with Western intelligence since the 1950's at least. They were active against the Mosaddeq government in 1953.
From my perspective people like that who are used as tools of Western intelligence for their own purposes cannot be respected, trusted or considered wise/clever. A true national leader should not rely on outside forces to come to power, least of all the British, a nation that has exercised negative power over the Persian nation, about which I assume you know about quite well.
Still now there are Persians in America and the UK who hope to come to power in Iran, over the dead bodies of their countrymen, by relying on the British and Americans----they do not learn from history, and as they say if you do not learn from history, you are condemned to make the mistakes of the past and repeat it-----in addition this is unwise and unacceptable. The Shah's son and MEK are two prominent groups that come to mind amongst thousands of organisations like their's based in the West. Their focus in getting into power, and killing as many mullah followers as possible------------but this is not the political solution for Iran. Granted that the mullah's must be removed from power as soon as possible.
Then under Ayatollah Khomeini's rule, Iran was still involved in covert ops with Western intelligence, namely the October Surprise of 1980, where he used his own son for this operation, and of course Iran/Contra. National leaders should be morally pure, and there should be no great contradictions between what one preaches and what one does. Khomenei on the one hand ordered that no Iranian official in the Islamic Republic should make contact with Western officials covertly or overtly----saying that this would compromise the security of the Islamic republic, but covertly and secretly he authorised his son Ahmed to meet with Western officials in Europe over the October Suprise issue in 1980.
Once he broke his own rule on such a serious matter by using his own son, he than went about executing Iranian officials who were loyal to the Islamic republic for doing the same, taking falsely their ques from what Khomenei had done, and thinking that Khomenei's statement on the matter was only for public consumption. Utter deceitfulness, and obviously the actions of a paranoic, power hungary madman, controlled by the British.
Politics is dirty, that much is accepted, but for a leader in one breath to call America the 'Great Satan' and then on the other hand deal with them covertly is dishonest, and deceitful----not something a true man of God should be doing. If Ayatollah Khomeini's had his way, Iran would have been fighting the Gulf war, until Saddam was eventually toppled or defeated by the Iranians. Something that was of course never going to happen, as Iraq was backed by Russia, the USA, France and the rest of the world. Yet Ayatollah Khomeini, the 'great wise leader' wanted to continue the war for ever---FOR EVER. This is not the wisdom of a wise leader, but the actions of a criminal psychopath.....(Ayatollah Montazeri rightly criticized that wasteful war)....................1 million Iranian men and boys died for a war, which could have been stopped in 1982, when Saddam sent messages for a truce, but Khomeini the 'wise leader' ignored this truce.
Iran only stopped fighting the Gulf war because Iran's puppet masters ( UK/USA) stopping supplying Iran with Arms (via Israel/Singapore/Chile-----Iran fighting another Muslim country, with the help of Israel!), and thus the globally backed Iraqis were suddenly very successful in mid 1988. Undoubtedly the Iranians were the better and braver fighters. Would the prophet Mohammed send little children to fight for him in the battle field, whilst his sons were busy making contact with the agents of the 'Great Satan' in Europe.
Also I would ask you to read some of Ayatollah Khomeini's declarations on personal and moral issues related to the individuals personal conduct-------for me it is truly bizarre---really bizarre, that any sane Iranian would follow such advice about ones personal conduct. I will be writing about this later--so watch this space----
My overall point is Ayatollah Khomeini was their puppet from the 1950's, and continued to be their puppet, as Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic------he suddenly didn't break free from them, and find wisdom, because there wasn't much wisdom in his 10 year rule, of which 8 years were spent fighting another Muslim country.
"you dont walk into tornado. you wait u use it."
I am not familiar with this term. It must be Persian. But see if this makes sense--'If you play with mud your hands will surely get dirty"
"Then when e overtroned the shah and got to power. He went back aganist the british. thats why they attacked iran."
I am not aware that Khomenei went against the British. Their embassy wasn't closed in 1979. Good business continued between the two countries. The British have not attacked Iran, except for conducting a few covert ops in Southern Iran, in Khuzestan. But I would not describe it as attacking Iran. Shell oil ( A British Dutch operation, which is close to the Rothschilds of London) is in the process of signing some big contracts with Iran. The regimes elite, mainly relatives of the mullahs such as Rafsanjani are flying to London and Canada and depositing the national wealth of Iran in these countries. So in reality the relationship of Iran with the UK/British is strong as ever, with an increased number of tourist exchanges and student exchanges between the two nations.
As to Ahmedinejad, well we will see how his supporters do in the up coming parliamentary elections, in March, even though over 2,000 'moderate' delegates have been barred from contesting them. Ahmedinejad won in 2005, promising to put bread on the tables of poor Iranian families and fight corruption (a domestic agenda), but in reality that is all it is......poltical posturing ...promises...promises....promises.......nothing new. He was mandated by Iranians to clean up the country, as most Iranians had become tired of mullah rule.
However in reality, he has done nothing for the country. What Ahmedinejad has provided is pure theater, but nothing of substance, which might be called true leadership and sound policies at a very critical time when Israel with America might attack Iran---theatrics, gimmicks and sound governance don't go well together. Even Khomanie who covertly funded and backed him in 2005, criticized him publicly, because of his disastrous mismanagement of the Iranian economy, despite the huge oil revenue. His domestic economic policies and reforms are a disaster.
As to foreign relations he has stirred up a hornets nest, by unnecessarily goading the pathological Jews. There is no great wisdom when a poor man shouts and screams meaningless words, slogans, rhetoric to his poor illiterate audience at home trying to impress them, and then getting your nation attacked by two of the most powerful nations on earth, with nukes-------this is not wisdom---this is donkey stupidity. Any idiot can make inflammatory speeches-----its cheap, easy and feels good for a while, to 'let it out' but as a leader of a nation, you have responsibilities. As countless newspaper editorials in Iran have stated, and the uttering of many senior Iranian figures have mentioned, Ahmedinejad has put his political ambitions above the interests of his nation.
So now he is off to Iraq to rub it in with the Americans-------where the Americans are doing poorly, and presumably to help his delegates in the up coming elections on 14th March. This surely is not wisdom. Dancing around the world with the likes of Chavez and others, and fingering at superpowers.
As to Ahmedinejad uniting the Ulema, tell me which Muslim country has signed a security pact with Iran that can be relied on to join Iran against more Israeli/American aggression in a time of war? None.................Not one Muslim country will come to Iran's defense if attacked by Israel/America, except small weak Socialist Alevi run Syria.