Reza Pahlavi's Blueprint for Change
payvand / Darius KADIVAR
11-Jun-2009 (3 comments)

As the upcoming presidential elections in Iran raise questions to all political observers and participants on the options left for Iran in terms of domestic and foreign policy in order to improve its international image and gain internal support in prolonging its existence as a ruling Theocracy, it may be of interest to take a look at what the former Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi, has to say in this regard. Indeed regardless of whether one is a supporter or not of the Monarchy or if one shares or not his political vision for Iran's future, one cannot deny the fact that the Iranian Prince continues to play a significant role as an outspoken opposition leader to the clerical regime in Tehran.

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his majesty need to be

by nojanthegreat on

his majesty need to be careful about people who surrender him. the shore history shows that the royal family need to be careful more about their friend than they foe .

and I just listen to his majesty talking to Iranian talk show host ( hoomayon ) and I see that his majesty is not that close to people and his information is base on other report in Europe and USA .

Darius Kadivar

Neither is The Shahnameh I suppose in the IRI-Arab Kingdom ?

by Darius Kadivar on




He is not real

by farokh2000 on

You really can't call this man the "Crown Prince".

His Father and Grand Father, both were installed by CIA.

How could anyone call him Crown Prince?

He is living and enjoying his life on money he and his family stole from the poor people of Iran.

The problem is CIA protected Khmeini for over 25 years as well, for the rainy day that they needed him, when their installed Shah lost his usefulness.

I hope people wake up and kick the criminal MUllahs out and elect someone they can truely call their elected Leader and throw the idea of Islamic garbage out for good.