Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi's November Q&A with fellow compatriots / Reza Pahlavi Crown Prince of Iran
02-Dec-2010 (one comment)

Question 1) "Given the regime's media lies to the next generation in Iran I wonder whether you have plans to set up a satellite network in order to enlighten Iranian young generation or No?"

Maryam Azad, Iran

Reza Pahlavi: Dear Maryam,

This is one of the most frequently asked questions from me, over the years. I certainly have always viewed the absence of a reliable medium of communication with our compatriots at home –- and they amongst themselves—as a critical missing component in our struggle.

The government-run news organizations and/or the more reputable foreign-based Iranian television and radio stations have somewhat increased our reach, but do not necessarily provide us the content or consistency we require for our movement.

I have spoken with people who are interested in helping in different ways, many of whom are a part of today’s generation. Funding and logistics aside, we also will need an appropriate cadre of people to develop and deliver all of the reliable and appropriate content. Content is as important, if not more so, than the mechanics of the technology. All this will be implementable once we secure the necessary financial requirements.

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Sargord Pirouz

Oh this is so funny. Look at

by Sargord Pirouz on

Oh this is so funny. Look at these questions. They don't even try to make them even appear authentic.

You really have to have a mind of an 8 year old to fall for this kind of nonsense. And all the eight year olds in Iran have never even heard of this chump.

Yeah, only a select few of over 50 year old exiles that stubbornly cling to a sort of ostrich syndrome (head in the sand) still cling to this tired old fantasy of monarchial rule. Grow up you guys, is all I can say.