حسین مهری،دکتر امینی

Tapesh
by Tapesh
17-Apr-2011
 

تهران در یک هفته زیر تسخیر "میدان‌داران کودتاگر" و ارتش بود. که بعد از ۱۰ روز هم سرلشگر زاهدی میهمانی بزرگی در جماران (باغ شخصی خودش در آنجا بود‌) به افتخار طیب و رمضون یخی و سایرین ترتیب داد که تمامی "سران میدان" و افرادی که نام برده شد، در آن شرکت داشتند. بعد هم به دستور سپهبد زاهدی چند قطعه زمین در جنت‌آباد به طیب و رمضون یخی واگذار شد و همینطور لاتهای دیگر را به ریاست اتحادیه ها و سندیکاها گماردند و برایشان حقوق ماهیانه فرستاده می‌شد.


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Fatollah

Thanks for the interesting and very educational post...

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Maryam Hojjat

Akhoonds in IRR/IRI also

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have placed their own Laats & Loots in sensitive positions.

P.S. I wrote my comment before I watched 2nd video.

Tapesh,  Thanks for posting this very interesting & vital videos.  Dr. Amini is excellent contemporary Iranian historian.


Aarash4545

Laat & Loot are two different things..

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I believe both words appeared in our culture after the infiltration of the British in Iran's political scene.

Laat (as we say it) is a bastardization of the word 'Loud" and all you need is to search this word in 'Thesaurus' to find its several meanings (such as gaudy, vulgar, showy, ostentatious, flashy, lurid etc etc) all of which fit perfectly the description of a "Laat".

"Looti" on the other hand has its roots in the English word of "Looting" and again more synonyms can be found in the thesaurus. These were thieves & thugs that 'looted' other peoples belongings and wealth and shared it with other thugs or in rare occasions passed some of it to poor & needy which earn them a somewhat more popular profile and title 'Looti-e javaanmard'.

Hoping this helps!


Masoud Kazemzadeh

Thank you

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Tapesh jaan,

Thank you for posting this.

MK


divaneh

The most appropriate name

by divaneh on

Shafting everyone, this Seyed Shafti had a very appropriate name. Thanks for sharing this valuable interview dear Tapesh.


Mehrban

Ps. Looked for Mohammad Amini on the web

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and came across the interesting clip below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD7SQXOeh1s 


Mehrban

Fascinating! important to know our historic political structure

by Mehrban on

I guess Haddadian is from the same tradition discussed in the tapes above

http://iranian.com/main/2011/apr/saeed-haddadi...

Facsinating to know they have always been an integral part of our political landscape.   


Roozbeh_Gilani

لات و لوت‌های اسلامی

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The more you open this can of worms called Shia Islam, the more you see the similarities between the shia cult  and the sicilian Mafia!

One realistic description of Iran today, would be a country run by the Mafia. Except, I'd doubt very much if Mafia would ever dream of aquiring Nuclear weapons!

Thank you for this informative blog.


پندارنیک

A time-worthy blog

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