Shah of Iran State Visit to Finland Amidst Student Protests (1970)


Shah of Iran State Visit to Finland Amidst Student Protests (1970)
by Darius Kadivar

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'Attack thwarted' on Finnish PM

by Darius Kadivar on

'Attack thwarted' on Finnish PM (bbc)


Security guards stop a man wielding a knife who apparently tried to attack Finnish PM Jyrki Katainen during a local election campaign, officials say.


We lost a great, caring father to our nation

by Homayun on

 thanks Dariush jan for sharing these nice video clips. It's so sad seeing these nice people.

Just look what respect our country enjoyed. Late Shah was way too good for Iran.. Poeple didn't deserve him as their monarch. They deserved Khomeini and Akhund..

When people go to streets just for getting free stuff (barghe majani, otobose majani, benzine majani, etc), then they get SHIT...because that is the only thing in this world that comes for free.. 

We Iranians want the best thing for ourselves, to get it first and pay least for it. Shah provided a platform for all nation to grow. He encauraged sending young students abroad to gain knowledge, manner and return to their country and build it.

But instead they stabbed him from back...shame on them, shame on them...

 My Moto: Be Positive, Optimistic and don't fall in routines


The Grotesque Irony, the mistaken honor given the filthy

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

Hypocrissy known as finland who would later on be one of many countries and forces making freedom from the Corrupt Islamic Thugocracy more difficult if not impossible. After all Nokia is a Finish company, who helped the IRI track peaceful protestors, not unlike UK software companies licenced by the UK foreign office, who like finland have their finger prints on the keys of every IRI jail and injustice. Crimes against humanity don't seem to matter for all humans equally.  I appreciate the words written by the late shah in his book, answer to history, where he shared that the cruelty and injustice of international interests against Iran were literally burned into his heart and mind.

Of course one has to be very quiet when mentioning quotes like these wrtten in books, some Iranians still follow the lead of the hypocrits, saying the shahs empathy was a lie, that he was a dictator uncaring for the feelings of his fellow countrymen,  nasty and disgusting the sheer number of countries preying on Iran today and as a result many niave iranians, 

First Amendment


by First Amendment on

His Majesty must have thought to himself: " you guys are already  Finnish.......and I'm just starting........"............Did you like my little Nordic joke, Mr. Kadivar?................:)