Coin Wash

alimostofi
by alimostofi
13-Oct-2007
 

The
task force, known by its initials FATF, decided to make a statement
about its concerns during a Wednesday-Friday plenary meeting."The FATF
has repeatedly attempted to engage with Iran," McDonell said. "To date
this has proved impossible, although this is still our aim."In these
circumstances, and given the risks, the FATF has no option but to
express its concerns publicly," he said.

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So amazing that it has taken the world to realise now that the Seyyeds
have been laundering money for so long. Why is it that they are
starting to talk about it just now. Anything to do with ignoring the
US dollar perhaps.

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fozolie

you need thicker skin

by fozolie on

If you want to politik. Let's hear your answers to the non-personal questions. To call a bunch of paraistes 'Seyyeds' a charlatan term invented by another bunch of parasites to give themsleves respectibility all you are doing is propagating the same.

 Also these Seyyeds and parasites are not foreign, they are not Arab as much as Iranian nationalists like to pretend or deny because they cannot bring themselves to accept this is what Iranians have been like.

Mr. Fozolie


alimostofi

As I have said before

by alimostofi on

As I have said before folks, I will only respond to comments that are polite and impersonal. So, dear reader I apologise for the bad language, but I have to respect free speech here.

 

Ali Mostofi

http://www.alimostofi.com


Ben Madadi

I just visited this article again.

by Ben Madadi on

I agree, the answer is monarchy. Can I be the monarch, please? :)
I promise I will do nothing wrong, nothing bad, I will be good, I will behave, all I want is a huge palace in Tehran (I prefer noth because of less pollution), another one near the Caspian sea, and another one a bit to the south near the dense forrests of Mazandaran. I won't spend more than an average decent king would. Can I also have lots of women according to Sharia, or I will need to settle for one queen? It's okay, any way.
Looking forward for replies. Do people agreee?


alimostofi

Regarding Seyyeds the logic

by alimostofi on

Regarding Seyyeds the logic is very clear. These people put their form of nationalism above Iran. It is based on a dynasty derived from the Qureshi family, which Salman Parsi deemed to be descendants of the first son of Abraham. As such Shiites and in particular the Seyyeds regard their Kingdom to be based on values and principles as enshrined in Sharia Law and the Koran. It is not based on Iranian nationalism or the Iranian Dynasties that predate them more than many thousands of years. Ironically we Iranians respected the sons of Abraham, first via the Declaration of Human Rights by Cyrus the Great, and then later, by Salman. Salman however was an apostate, who had no respect for nationalism. He had a universal ideal based on his form of theocracy, and had no tolerance for any view. He knew where all the Iranian books were and allowed them to be burnt. He thought that he could literally wipe out Iran, but he failed. For 1400 years true Iranians who were later called Zoroastrians kept what you feel as Iran quietly away from the Seyyeds. Iran was reborn as Iran only recently, by foreignors who listened to the Parsi prayers and read the old Testament. If it were not for Sir Henry Rawlinson, you would never have known about pre-Islamic Iranian languages. Ironically the other descendants of Abraham actually kept the Iranian identity intact. If it were not for the descendant of the second son of Abraham, you would not know about Iran. The Khakhans of Iran really respect Iran, and have kept our identity. They did not impose their ideology on Iran. Nor did the Christians. Only the Seyyeds have. As you know they want to reform the whole world, and are stealing our oil to buy the tools for that end. In our Holy Book the Zend Avesta, it teaches us that nationhood is above all else. Reasoning and dialogue and free will are the attitudes you learn when you read the Zend Avesta. So Iran as the first nation mentioned in Zend Avesta is the most important matter for us. Any principle, be it politcial, relgious, has to respect the land of Iran above all else. The land of Iran is the holiest entity we have, and the Seyyeds do not believe in that. People who are Iranian and are descendants of the Qureshi tribe like the Seyyeds need to decide which come first. Obviously those that are in power, who have removed the Iranian nationalism have made it clear what their priority is. No other entity in Iran, be they ethnic, relgious, or politcal, have been so adamant and selective about their own dynasty. So the Seyyeds need to have their own country in southern Iraq, and Iran should be governed by Iranians that put Iran above all else. It does not matter who that Iranian is, as long as he or she puts Iran first. As such an institution need to be established so that the Iranian identity is preserved. This institution does not exist in Iran. That is obvious. In fact the opposite exists. So what is it that is behind this. It is the Seyyeds who see Iranian nationalism and culture as a threat. Now ask yourselves what kind of institution preserves Iranian nationalism so that it does not become part of a politcal or religious abuse. The answer is Monarchy. But that is another discussion, which I will gladly defend as the only decent form of government.

 

Ali Mostofi

http://www.alimostofi.com


Ben Madadi

Yes, why SEYYED????

by Ben Madadi on

Why do you call the people of the IRI seyyeds? That IS NOT correct because many of them ARE NOT seyyed, and many seyyeds are not with the IRI regime. It is simply literally incorrect to imply seyyed for the supporters or the direct rulers and active members of the IRI. Being seyyed has nothing to do with the IRI!!!!


fozolie

It's Akhoond not Seyyed

by fozolie on

Don't call Akhound parasites Seyyeds as though they somehow deserve respectibility. Not a lot of Iranians realize that Seyyed just means charlatan. Also what is the point of just repeating the news? The commentary is not good analysis neither does it give any valuable insight.

Mr. Fozolie