How did the Islamic Revolution happen at all? The answer is simple: the Character assassination of a man in an autocratic country who catapulted Iran within a few decades from the Middle Ages into the 20th century by the entire world and its media, collectively as a ‘brutal dictator’. It was the lies, they spread in an unprecedented media campaign which was spread and spread until the last man in the world was convinced that the Šâh of Iran was a brutal dictator. All of them had united against the Šâh, the oil cartels, the left wings around the world, the so-called reformers, the former ruling elite of the Turkic Qajars, and the Shia clergy that is nowadays destroying the new Iranian state which was built from the scratch by the Pahlavi Kings.
Khomeini promised the people free houses, an Islamic welfare state, etc. – he did not fulfil any of these promises. Even today, 40 years after the overthrow of the Šâh, the Pahlavi Dynasty is still being condemned as dictators and puppets of the West, which must directly lead a layman to the idea that Iran was allegedly a ‘total free’ country before the Pahlavi Dynasty, and that order and prosperity allegedly existed in Iran too. But the truth is that before the Pahlavis Iran was plagued by the inability, dictatorship, anti-Iranism, backstabbing and treachery of the Turkic Qajars, with their capitulation and concession rights policy, which had damaged Iran so much that the British did not even bother to make Iran their colony. Anyone who wants to rule Iran, not only has to be Muslim, but he must be anti-Iranian at the same time too, history has repeatedly proved this throughout the time: Ya’qub Leys, Nâder Šâh, Karim Xân Zand and the Pahlavi Kings are only a few examples. The land reform, the strengthening of women’s rights and the fight of the Shah against the international oil cartels for a reasonable price of crude oil had finally sealed the end of the Pahlavi dynasty.
Khomeini & the Islamic “Revolution”
Ruhollâh Xomeyni was a British-Indian Agent who was installed by the CIA & MI6 and took in order of the British Government the power in Iran 1979. His actual birth place and life before the revolution has been obscured for political reasons. Of course, Xomeyni did not disclose to his brainwashed followers that the CIA and MI6 were manipulating the historical currents for him from behind the scenes. His main motivation was to take power, not to ‘bring freedom’ to Iran or resist the ‘Great Satan’. He was happy to shake hands with the devil.
Childhood and Education:
Hindizadeh (Later Ruhollâh Xomeyni) was born on the 22 or 24 September 1902 in Jalandhar, Punjab (India). His Father was the British Super-Agent in Persia (since 1890) & adventurer William Richard Williamson(Later Haji Abdullah Al Zobair), his Mother was a Kashmiri Indian. The young Hindizadeh, failed to make his mark in Najaf and went to the Iranian holy city of Qom, where he studied under Ayatollâh Boroujerdi. When family names became a requirement by law under His Majesty Rezâ Šâh Pahlavi, the young man chose the city of his residence, Xomeyn (Khomein), as the designator and took on the name Xomeyni.
Early Political Activity:
In the early 1960s, Xomeyni began to plot against the Šâh Mohammadrezâ Pahlavi. In 1964 Ayatollâh Šari’atmadâri and Ayatollâh Golpâyegâni gave Xomeyni the title of Ayatollâh. Reportedly, they had done this to save Xomeyni’s life, as Xomeyni was facing a charge of treason against the Šâh. Xomeyni was secretly working with the governments of the US and the UK. It was the British ambassador who had urged that Xomeyni be saved. Xomeyni’s opposition to the Šâh was prompted and paid for by the British government.
Iran’s political situation before 1979:
The so called ‘reformers’ (mostly Communists and Islamo-Jihadists) wanted to have a ” Republic”. The Islamists led by the Shia clergy made it possible to have a ‘Monarchy with parliament’ or as they called it the Islamic Republic. Mohammad Mossadegh’s coup d’etat 1953 was also a cause of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Back then, it was during Mossadegh’s regime where the old slogans and the old lies, ‘the Šah was an agent of the British and the Americans’ emerged. This was the begin of many anti-Iranian roots for the decline of the Pahlavi dynasty and the decline and destruction of Iran. Šâhanšâh Mohammad Rezâ Pahlavi loved Iran, and that was exactly what fated his end, like many others in Iranian history who loved Iran.
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Even though the Pahlavi Dynasty was not democratic, neither were their opponents. The opposition was made up of Communists who wanted to form a ‘proletariat dictatorship’ like the USSR, and the Islamists led by Khomeini who wanted to have a Sharia state just like the today’s Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Pahlavi dynasty, despite being autocratic, had built the visible and civilized bases to achieve a democracy, but their dictatorial opponents could not use the created atmosphere for their roles, instead they sought Khomeini. The truth is, it does not matter which “ideology” the Pahlavis followed and what “thoughts” they had or even what “rules” they followed; important is what they DID! Namely the foundation of the modern Iranian state, achieving full sovereignity, economic boom, prosperity and ending the medieval islamic society which existed during the Qajar Era.
Background of the Revolution 79:
Xomeyni’s Father Williamson took holidays in Kashmir and married at least seven times to Arab and Indian women. His sons attended religious schools. Reportedly, one son went to the Iranian holy city of Qom and took the name Xomeyni. In Iran at this time, the British were exploiting the oilfields. Williamson, now a Muslim, joined British Petroleum as political officer. He called himself Haji Abdullah Fazl Zobeiri. The Šâh of Iran wanted to build an empire that he claimed would be the sixth greatest power in the world. To make his dream a reality, he wanted to buy the most modern and sophisticated weapons in the world. To accomplish this, the Šâh spent more than $20 billion in the military field. This was of great concerns for the US and other western powers because this would create an imbalance between Iran and its neighbors. In an interview with US News & World Report, the Šâh said that if the US would take an unfriendly attitude towards Iran, then Iran “can hurt you (US) as badly, if not more so, than you can hurt us (Iran). Not just through oil, we can create trouble for you in the region. If you force us to change our friendly attitude, the repercussions will be immeasurable.
Mohammadrezâ Šâh‘s Overthrow by the CIA and MI6:
The CIA did not want left-wing democrats take over Iran as they might not be easy to control. So, reportedly, the CIA allowed the Islamists led by Xomeyni to take over.
Radio Free Iran claimed that while at Qom, the Ayatollâh Xomeyni received a ‘monthly stipend from the British, and he is in constant contact with his masters, the British’
On 19 January 1980, the International Herald Tribune reported that the Šâh had said, two years before he was overthrown, that he had heard from two different sources connected with oil companies that the government in Iran would change. ‘We believe that there was a plan to ensure less oil was offered to the world markets in order to bring down the price (of oil). One country was to be chosen for the sacrifice… It seems that the country chosen to drop its oil production was mine’ said the Šâh.
According to the Guardian: “Shah- Oil Companies Helped to Oust Him” The Šâh’s patriotic policies were making him more popular in Iran and making his country more independent and more powerful. This worried the CIA and MI6.
1. The Šâh bought land from the upper classes and, along with the crown’s own land, sold it back cheaply to tenant farmers. Over one and a half million people became land owners, thus ending the old feudal system.
2. The Šâh allowed women the right to vote. He brought an end to the wearing of the veil.
3. He developed plans for a $90 billion nuclear power program.
4. The Šâh signed petroleum agreements with ENI, the Italian oil company.
5. He began to close down the opium industry. This had been created during the days of British influence.
The Šâh also raised the point about the BBC providing its propaganda services to Khomeini and the Islamic fundamentalists in an interview with David Frost while in exile in Panama.
He told Frost:
“Do you think that Mr. Khomeini, an uneducated person . . . could have planned all this, masterminded all this, set up all the organizations. I know that one man alone could not have done it. This I know.”
Return to Iran:
1979, Xomeyni was flown from France to Iran to take over Iran. In the Air-France aircraft flying Xomeyni back from Paris to Tehran, with cameras rolling, a journalist asked: What do you feel about returning to Iran? He replied: Nothing! The question was repeated, and again he replied: Nothing! Šari’atmadâri was higher in the religious hierarchy than Xomeyni. Upon arrival first thing Khomeini did was to place Šari’atmadâri under house arrest. Another thing he did soon, within hours of his return to Iran, after the Šâh left, was to execute 2 prominent men who were living proofs of his real origin and also of his false Ayatollâh status. One of these men was General Hassan Pakravân, Head of the SAVAK, the Imperial Iranian national intelligence and security organization.
Xomeyni and his British identity:
The CIA & MI6 wanted to put an end to the Imperial State of Iran because of the British andAmerican Oil Intrests. Ruhollâh Xomeyni was an appropriate agent for this purpose. He had spent time in India and was in contact there with institutions of English colonialism, and this is how he become known by the name ‘Seyyed Hindi’.
After the Revolution:
Linguists, who studied his public speeches in 1979 and 1980, concluded his Persian vocabulary to be less than 200 words, so not only did he not have Persian blood, he did not even properly speak the language of the country. With the number of Iranians who have died because of him and his successors over the past 40 years going into the 100s of thousands, if not well millions if the death toll from the 8 year Iran-Iraq war is included, this Anglo-Indian may have had no love or compassion for Iranians at all.
Xomeyni was neither born in Iran, nor had any Persian blood in his veins at all, paternally or maternally. He had Indian routs and grew up among Sikhs. He designed the Allah symbol on the post-Revolutionary Iranian flag, with a remarkable similarity to the Khanda symbol of the Sikh religion, which originates in Indian Punjab.
Mohammadrezâ Pahlavi Šâhanšâh of Iran himself asserted that, “If you lift up Xomeyni’s beard, you will find MADE IN ENGLAND written under his chin,” in the later days of his reign as monarch. This statement by the Šâh was an adaptation of another saying, “If you lift a mullah’s beard, you will find ‘Made in Britain’ stamped on his chin.”