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چند روز پیش در این صفحه  مشاهده کردیم که خانم فرح دیبا مصاحبه یی انجام داده است و از گفته‌های ایشان (که همچو فالگیران سخن میگفت و انگاری از آینده خبر داشت!) اینجور استنباط کردیم که ایشان بی‌ میل نیستند که پسر مُعظمشان به تخت و تاج رسد و رای و نظر ما هیچ ! البته ما که خود کیانْ تباریم،از جِلوِه شاه دیگر باکی نداریم،اما بهتر میدانیم که بعد از آزادی ایران از دستان اسلامیون چپاول گر..در ایران رفراندوم شود و آنگاه اگر ایشان رای آوردند،ادعای کِی‌ نژادْ کنند وگرنه همان جمهوری ساده ما را خوشْ است و دعای فراوان!

08/09/2010 - 08:22
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Boomerang

Hafez jaan, BRAVO!!!!!

by Boomerang on

I could not have said it any better!!!

Well done, ham-mihan! The Queen is as regal as ever and has more class in her royal big toe-nail than all the agents of the IRI and all its lefty lushkhor lackeys all put together!

You can take that to the bank!

 Iran is a prisoner of IRI


hafez

Farah Pahlavi is my hero

by hafez on

We Iranians owe a lot to Farah Pahlavi.   Where can we begin? Champion of women's rights, the arts, the poor, the sick, minorities, etc...  I could go on for ever.   She was instrumental in getting women into becoming cabinet members and judges.  With very little money, she created an art collection for Iran that is worth billions of dollars now.  Even today, she represents us with so much class.  For those Iranians who always wonder how we ended up in such a sorry shape, let me tell you the answer is right here.  We switched Ms. Farah Pahlavi with Ms. Batoul Khomeini.  Enough said. 


maziar 58

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by maziar 58 on

Red wine jaan some where I remmber you took a vow of not writing anything about politiques...what happened?

let's write about peaceful times and lovely chats of footbal,spanish women and.....

Reza pahlavi is a good alternative to any other substitute in a FREE IRAN after the FALL of IRR in a democratique referandum to be our king or president.      shad zee         Maziar


Azarin Sadegh

Very disappointing

by Azarin Sadegh on

I think your talent is in story telling...But I guess your ghajari blood is blurring your judgment.  


Boomerang

Shazde and Sargord BitterQajar

by Boomerang on

Shazde writes, "All the country was run by a legion of Qajar princes."

Yes, I know this, dear Shazde. Even Hoveyda's grandmother was a sister of Naser-e-din Shah or something (Ezzat-e-Dowleh). That doesn't change my opinion that when the Qajars were completely in charge, Iran was a third-rate bankrupt nation, rife with corruption and the equal of Zimbabwe or Bangladesh, in prestige, economy and everything else.

Sargord BitterQajar, yes of course, I know about your grandfather and your great grandfather and how they were royal "ministers" all those years ago, ergo your apt nickname (98% of the minsters at the time of Reza Shah were Qajar RETARDS). Shazde will back me up on this. Interestingly, the other 2% became staunch Marxists, for the simple reason that if they could no longer be kings and queens, no one should!!! That was their mentality. It's the truth. This is well known, insofar as the number of Qajar princes and princesses who joined the Tudeh party.

Jealous, incompetent, thieving RETARDS, almost all of them! That's the Qajars for you in a nutshell. The only capapble Qajar prince was Abas Mirza, Fath Ali Shah's son, but he was killed in battle against the Russians before the humiliating Treaties of Turkenchai and Golestan were signed. 

Fath Ali Shah is rumored to have had 1,500 children!!! Just think, if the late Shah(pbuH) had been a lazy, self-serving pervert who spent all of his time in his haram, Reza Pahlavi would be king right now! The mullahs would have had no problem whatsoever with an absent, lazy king, but they sure hated an active modernizer!!!

Modernity = death of mullah influence 

 

 

 Iran is a prisoner of IRI


Anonymouse

RW jaan sounds right to me! Fast foward to the referendum part!

by Anonymouse on

Everything is sacred


Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime

Over the course of the past 31 years every source and symbol

by Everybody Loves Somebody ... on

of Iranian pride, dignity, and history have been destroyed, demolished, bloodied, and muddied either by the insiders and/or the outsiders.

Look at our nation, our religion, our culture, our international stature, our politics, our economy, our aberroo and heyseyat. We are one bankrupt nation and bankrupt group of people.

The only pride that we have left is this lady and her son. Why don't you  take that away from us too? So much negative energy! When are we going to grow up?

Reza Pahlavi is a lot smarter than wanting to become another Shah to rule over another bunch of unappreciative and impossible group of people? Yes, he told me that personally!


Bavafa

Dame Samsam garm

by Bavafa on

"Shazdeh Redwine is a mihan-doost patriot & a transparent neutral observer"

I believe s/he is the only Monarchs that I have seen here tolerant towards others with differentiating view with this post/comment.

It is good thing and gives us credibility when we are not automatically label others with the first instance of disagreement.

Having said that, I believe it is far from what she had said or even insinuated. And this comes from me that am far from a Monorch or RP supporter.

Mehrdad


Demo

Menopausal Depression!!!

by Demo on

A good visual work to educate the viewer with a few of ladies’ menopause severe symptoms: hallucination, fantasizing, a man type face/exposure, and holding balls between the two hands.  


comrade

مرگ یه بار شیون یه بار

comrade


It is not for the first time in our history that a monarchist finds his own balls more referable, than those of the(would-be) monarch.

“The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people.”

 


benross

مرگ یه بار شیون یه بار

benross


اگر رضا پهلوی وارث پادشاهی ایران نیست، اصولاً به چه مناسبت مطرح است؟

فرح پهلوی چیزی از پادشاهی پسرش نمی‌گوید چون اصلاً به او ربطی ندارد و نظر شخصی خودش را هم در مقامی که هست بهتر است برای خودش نگه دارد. فرفره و مهربان هم راست می‌گویند. رضا پهلوی خودش هم هیچگاه به روشنی مطرح نکرده است که اصولاً به چه مناسبت مطرح است.

بخشی از همین لجن پراکنی‌ها هم ریشه در همین ابهام مزمن رفتار رضا پهلوی دارد. اگر او وارث پادشاهی ایران نیست، به چه مناسبت بنده باید گفته‌هایش را به تخم خود بگیرم؟ 

ظاهراً این جماعت لجن پراکن بیشتر از من رضا پهلوی را شاه ایران می‌دانند! 


statira

Reza and his daughters have

by statira on

the same right as other iranians to be someday the president of Iran. They are educated, bright and open minded and the best of all are more human  than most of  the other wanna be "the leaders of Iran". I actually think it's not a bad idea that someday Princess Noor" will be the first female President of Iran.


Mehrban

I agree, there is something extremely tasteless about this image

by Mehrban on

I listened to her interview, she did not say anything about her son being king, she just said that she hopes for her children and grandchildren to be able to go to Iran someday.   That is what she was hoping for, do you blame her for that?! 


Ferfereh

Truth

by Ferfereh on

If you want to discredit him, you'll be not successful in this manner. I have never ever heard him say that he is king or after Islamic regime monarchy must be established again in Iran. As far as I have heard him, he wants the people to decide what they want. Remember that you can't hide the truth and like Mullahs show people one side of everything, it is you who got the negative point.


pastor bill rennick

Even by Pastor's low standards of patriotism

by pastor bill rennick on

this is way below the belt and it won't add any value to the debate on the welfare of Iran and Iranians at this juncture. 

I mean if there is any negative thing people want to say about the late Shah and his family is one thing, but I doubt if you think anything is going to stick on Queen Farah as a bad person. 

Why can't you see and take advantage of her unifying presence and potential?

Furthermore, look at the drooling faces of Q, SP, MN, and the rest of IRR thugs! 

I wonder who coined the expression, "Iranians are self-destructive!" 

Dear Red Wine, forgive my rudeness and ignorance in making a comment on your cartoon.

v/r

The unpatriotic ex-Iranian.


comrade

Maybe then...

by comrade on

How come then the fortuneteller doesn't see/show the image in the crystal ball as already crowned?

Maybe, she is only a typical Eastern mother who is keeping his beloved son in a bubble.

Maybe then, he is the one who has to break free from that traditional, historical, outdated bubble in order to find his true role in life.

Maybe then, I should shut up before losing more frien...I mean before making more foes... 

“The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people.”

 


Ayatoilet

CONTENT BITTER PSEDO-INTELECTUALS

by Ayatoilet on

Whoever gets a kick out of this tasteless image deserves no better than Hazrate Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Imam Ali Khamenei. Most such bitter individuals are nothing more than over educated self proclaimed intelectuals who put more values on Marx and Dr. Ali Shariati than a culture they cannot comprehend.


SamSamIIII

There is a difference between a Pan-Turk & Qajar

by SamSamIIII on

 

Shazdeh Redwine is a mihan-doost patriot & a trasparent neutral observer who is fair minded & tolerant and thus entitled to his opinion. Regardless of differences, he has the long term interests of Iran @ heart.

closet Pan-Turks on the other hand just like their ommatie twins are non-transparent shady characters who munch on both sides of isle when it fits their treacherous anti Iranian/kiaani agenda. these opportunist duet use minor grievances to weaken Iranian unity & eradicate its true identity under the cliche banner of critics. beware of "non-disclosure" lots ;).

RedWine jaan zendeh bashi. 

 

Path of Kiaan Resurrection of True Iran Hoisting Drafshe Kaviaan http://iranianidentity.blogspot.com http://www.youtube.com/user/samsamsia


benross

Keep going with your anti

by benross on

Keep going with your anti Pahlavi propaganda. That's all left for you guys to claim some sort of existence. Pure Mossadeghist filth. Keep going guys keep going.


Sargord Pirouz

Shazde Asdola Mirza, You

by Sargord Pirouz on

Shazde Asdola Mirza, You may have something there...

Shazde Asdola Mirza

Red wine dear ... why is she not looking her beautiful usual?

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

Boomerang:

You are not going to make a lot of friends around here by cursing the Qajars!

Reza Shah "the great" couldn't even sign his own name! All the country was run by a legion of Qajar princes, during most of his rein as well as that of his son. After a decade or two, both of them got tired of the old-guard and tried to "innovate" ... hence the two collapses of 1941 and 1979!

To understand this sargerd, you really need to study the three phases (almost like three generations) of our psychosis. That may be a bit difficult to accomplish from Haifa though ;-)


Sargord Pirouz

Boomerang, you're out of

by Sargord Pirouz on

Boomerang, you're out of your mind.

My great grandfather and grandfather were ministers in Reza Shah's court. My great grandfather wrote the 1906 Constitution. My uncle and aunt served or represented Iran at the international level during the reign of Muhammad Reza Pahlavi.

So where are you getting this Qajar nonsense from? 


Boomerang

Sargord BitterQajar,

by Boomerang on

who has yet to get over the destruction of the Qajar dynasty by Reza Shah, can't help his severe case of oghdeh and jealousy. What kills him is that Reza Pahlavi, where ever he may be in exile and no matter how insiginificant, is THE heir to the Peacock Throne, and not some vatan-foroosh luskkhor Qajar, who were by the way, the biggest effing thieves in the history of Iranian kingship!

This is Sargord BitterQajar's dilemma, he's still stuck in the 1920's! He longs for the days of Qajar corruption and incompetence! And so he roots and roots for the uber evil dictatorship of the akhunds so as to keep Reza Pahlavi right where he is, in exile. If his Qajar ilk can't have the monarchy, then neither will the Pahlavis!

 

 Iran is a prisoner of IRI


Sargord Pirouz

Farah Diba, the wandering

by Sargord Pirouz on

Farah Diba, the wandering gypsy fortuneteller: 

"Looking into the crystal ball... Crystal ball, who is destined to live out his life in unfulfilled exile?... Crystal ball, coming into focus... I see it now... My son Reza is doomed to insignificance... The crystal ball does not lie..."