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The Nuclear Deal

Most Iranians have probably noticed all this talk about the “Iranian Nuclear Deal” – as the Jewish media calls it. People in the streets of Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and many more cities are cheering, thinking that we will get rid of the sanctions and become “friends” with all the other countries. PressTV calls it the deal of the century, saying that the Islamic Republic is going into the future.

It isn’t like that, this deal will kill us all! It will open up for trade and slowly the Islamic Republic will start to cooperate more with the Jews without even noticing, and after a few years the regime will start to support the USA in some of their “freedom operations” (divide and conquer operations). Then there will be demonstrations, no real ones of course, but instead demonstrations controlled by the CIA and Mossad. Those will then turn into a war, just like with Libya and Syria, which will destroy Iran once and for all and leave it just like Iraq – a desert.

In Libya, a similar thing happened in the beginning of the 2000s. Gaddafi signed a deal with “the West” and became “friends” with them, the sanctions were lifted and Libya could trade freely. Just 7-8 years later Libya was invaded and Gaddafi killed. The same thing is happening to Syria too. The exact same thing will happen to us, if this deal goes trough! Sure we will get a better economy and maybe some American weapons and technology – but is it worth it? For Iran to really become strong, power must be taken trough a revolution and the new government must only care about its own people. We don’t need foreign help and extensive trade to survive, we have what we need here in Iran. The rest can be imported, and everybody wants to trade with a strong nation – don’t forget that.

My point is that cheering for this deal is retarded, because at the end it will result in Iran becoming like Syria or Libya. So if you have to cheer, cheer for us! We will get rid of the Islamic Republic – the right way. We will free you from the hijab, and give you freedom and a great economy – not the Jews.

Javid Iran!

Iran—Iraq War

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Iranian soldiers during Iran—Iraq War

The Iran—Iraq War was one of the stupidest mistakes ever made…

The Iran—Iraq War was an armed conflict between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iraq lasting from September 1980 to August 1988, making it the 20th century’s longest conventional war. The war began when Iraq invaded Iran via air and land on 22 September 1980. The Iranian Revolution in 1979 would inspire insurgency among Iraq’s backstabbing Shias. Although Iraq hoped to take advantage of Iran’s revolutionary chaos and attacked without formal warning, they made only limited progress into Iran and were quickly repelled. For the next seven years, Iran was on the offensive.

The war was provoked by the US and Israel. The Mossad had been trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein since the early 70s because Saddam was getting increasingly powerful during the years. He strengthened the military of Iraq and by the year 1991, Iraq had the 4th largest military in the world. Thanks to Saddam, Iraq became wealthy, powerful and extremely stable. The sectarian violence ended and Wahhabi movements and Shia movements where effectively taken care of. A stable Iraq was a threat to Israel and its allies (USA, UK, surrounding Arab countries… ).

When, in 1979, Iran was in a revolutionary chaos (there were major clashes between Communist, Nationalist and Islamist forces), the US provoked the war from Iraq’s side so that both sides would destroy each other during the process. The USA promised Iraq better relations, no sanctions, major economic aid and they even helped Iraq build nuclear weapons but they also gave Iraq some chemical weapons (Mustard and nerve agents) but as soon as Iraq lost the war — Saddam was stabbed in the back by his “friends”.

The US didn’t only provide Iraq with weapons but also Iran was provided with weapons — afterwards the sale of arms to Iran was named the Iran—Contra affair. The reason for the sale of arms to Iran — even though it was illegal to do so — was to make Iran and Iraq destroy each other without any bigger involvement from US or Israeli side.

During the Battle of Waterloo, the Rothschild’s (a Jewish family of bankers) funded both sides to first of all destroy as much as possible and also to profit heavily from both sides. Now just take a second and think about that, it didn’t matter who would win, because either way they would profit and gain in power. Strategically it’s genius, but morally, well what would you say…

Also, don’t forget that after about a year, Saddam Hussein tried to end the war. He negotiated peace talks with Khomeini, though he didn’t care since he saw the war as a holy one. The US and Israel also forced Iraq to continue and therefore the war continued.

The war cost both sides in lives and economic damage: half a million Iraqi and Iranian soldiers, with an equivalent number of civilians, are believed to have died, with many more injured; however, the war brought neither reparations nor changes in borders.

Javid Iran!

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi

Mohammad Reza Shah

Nationalist or traitor?

Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (born 25 October 1919 – died 27 July 1980) was the Shah of Iran from 16 September 1941 until his overthrow by the Iranian Revolution on 11 February 1979. He was the second and last monarch of the House of Pahlavi of the Iranian monarchy.

Mohammad Reza Pahlavi came to power in 1941 after the British-Soviet invasion forced the abdication of his father Reza Shah, due to him being pro-German during World War II. Iran was occupied by enemy forces from 1941 until 1946.

During Mohammad Reza’s reign, the Iranian oil industry was briefly nationalized under Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq before a U.S./Israel-backed coup d’état got rid of Mosaddeq and brought back foreign oil firms. His White Revolution – a series of economic and social reforms intended to transform Iran into a global power – succeeded in modernizing the nation, nationalizing many natural resources and extending suffrage to women. Though some achievements of the Shah — such as broadened education — had unintended consequences. While school attendance rose, Iran’s labor market could not absorb a high number of educated youth. In 1966 high school graduates had a higher rate of unemployment than the illiterate, and educated unemployed often supported the revolution.

He financed Kurdish separatist rebels in Iraq, and to cover his tracks, armed them with Soviet weapons which Israel had seized from Soviet-backed Arab regimes, and then handed over to Iran. The operation was a disaster, but the Shah continued attempts to support the rebels and weaken Iraq. Then in 1975, the countries signed the Algiers Accord, and the Shah unwillingly agreed to end his support for Iraqi Kurdish rebels.

In 1982, the New York Times reported that during the Shah’s reign, half of the weapons supplied to Iran were being supplied or arranged by Israel.

Although a Muslim himself, the Shah gradually lost support from the Shia clergy of Iran as well as the working class, due to his strong policy of modernization, recognition and support of Israel and corruption issues surrounding himself, his family, and the ruling elite. Other factors that contributed to his downfall were: the banning of all parties that were against the Shah’s policies, suppression of political resistance by the SAVAK, Iran’s intelligence agency. Clashes with Islamists, increased communist activity and a 1953 period of political disagreements with Mohammad Mosaddeq caused what the Shah’s opponents believe to have been an increasingly autocratic rule.

Explanations for why the Shah was overthrown include that he was a puppet of a jewish run Western power (United States), whose alien culture was seen as contaminating that of Iran.
Other factors included perceptions of oppression, brutality, corruption, and extravagance.
Basic functional failures of the regime have also been blamed — shortages and inflation; the regime’s overly ambitious economic program; the failure of its security forces to deal with protest and demonstration; the overly centralized royal power structure.

Several other factors contributed to strong opposition to the Shah, the most notable of which were US, UK and Israeli support for his regime and his increasingly autocratic rule. By 1979, the Iranian monarchy was abolished, and Iran was declared an Islamic republic led by Ayatollah Khomeini.

It was because of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi that Iran became an Islamic republic. If he had went a different way and not became such a slave to Israel, things would have looked much different today. Because of his greed and lust for power he choose the wrong path and doomed his nation. He lived a life in luxury, traveled the world and didn’t even realize that the people had enough of his system. He had several years to change things, but didn’t do anything. He was much more interested in turning Iran into a global power than feeding his own people. In 1979, the people had finally gotten enough and a revolution had become reality, millions of people were on the streets and forced the Shah to leave. Initially the idea was to get rid of the Shah and replace him with a new nationalist government, but the Islamists (led by Khomeini) gained the upper hand in street fighting, because of them having access to weapons and by them being in bigger numbers. Khomeini was seen as stronger than the nationalist forces and most people found him to be a stronger man against enemies like the US and Israel. This power struggle continued until 1981 when Khomeini definitely came out the winner.

That is how Iran got turned into the Islamic republic it is today. The people haven’t yet managed to free Iran, so now it’s in our hands to make that happen!

Join us to free our nation!

Problems fixed

Good day everybody!

We have had a few problems the past few weeks, so it wasn’t possible for us to post anything new. Fortunately these problems are now fixed and a new article is going to come out today. The article is going to be about Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and it’s going to explain how he laid the ground for Khomeini to take power in Iran.

Khomeini and Shah of Iran

So be sure to check back! Javid Iran!

Hezb-e Sosialist-e Melli-ye Iran/National Socialist Party of Iran

For years now Iranians have been living outside their nation, for years we have been rootless and didn’t know what to do against it. We try to fill our emptiness with material things, but does that change anything? No, it does not. Some Iranians travel the whole wide world because they think that will help and make them feel less empty, but again it does not. I am here to tell you that none of this will fill that emptiness. All of that is artificial, not natural.

But to tell you about something else, we’re not alone. Look at the immigration that is going on in the world, is that natural? No, it’s not! Millions of people have to leave their homes every year because of war, that is completely insane!

Why wage war against so many nations? What do these criminals that start these wars get out of it? And also who starts these wars?

Most Iranians would now say it’s the UK and the US or maybe the Islamists. Mostly because they also think the Iranian Revolution (the revolution in 1979) was done by the US and Britain. So that Khomeini could take power. This has been put in our brains for years, mostly by our parents. But also by others (propaganda by the media like BBC Persian, ITN and so on…).

To clarify this just for now (I’m going to write a bit more a little later so you really understand what happened) the Iranian Revolution was not done by the US nor the UK, it was simply a revolution. Under the late Shah the people suffered (he was supported by both these terror nations by the way), he was oppressive and Iran was in a collapse. Iran was before run by his father Reza Shah Bozorg (R.I.P.), he took power in 1925 and before the Iranian people even knew his name he had already introduced numerous economic, social and political reforms. Before he took power, Iran was one of the poorest nations in the Middle East with almost no military force, that changed under him. He transformed Iran into a much richer state (he wasn’t perfect but when you compare him to the other rulers before him, he definitely change a lot), he formed the powerful military of Iran (Imperial Iranian Army, Navy, Air Force) and he did much more. He was also the one that introduced Ethnic nationalism to us, he gave Iranians the cultural identity we have today. That means without him, we wouldn’t even know what the Farvahar is. And he also gave us that proud feeling we have now today when we see an Iranian, or when we talk Persian or when we see the flag of our beloved nation wave.

In 1941, the Soviet Union and the UK attacked Iran without any warning and with no mercy, they slaughtered our people and tortured them in an unthinkable way. Little Iran was no match to these powerful and evil terror states so they crushed Iran and kicked out its father to Johannesburg. Why? Because he defended his nation. It was now that his son Mohammad Reza Pahlavi came to power, the Soviets and the UK put him to power and everything he did was under their influence, the US later also became an “ally” to Iran. More like a cancer than an ally.

I’m not going to write much more about Mohammad Reza Shah, I can take that another time if you would like that. But as I told you, he did everything for his bosses (UK, US), he was nothing more than a puppet. Don’t get fooled by the celebrations in 1971, it wasn’t for the people, it was for the royals.

But to get back to our questions…

Why wage war against so many nations?

There have been so many wars in the world that most ordinary Iranians don’t care anymore. That is EXACTLY what our enemy wants! But to finally tell you about our enemy, it’s the Jew. The International Jew! And it has ALWAYS been him! The Jew has started hundreds of wars (including WWI, WWII) to destroy our world. Every war makes the Jews richer and makes the affected nations more unstable. An unstable nation is easier to conquer than a strong and stable one.

To prove that just look at Syria now, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya, Iran

Almost 2 million people in Tripoli protested against the NATO bombing of Libya (1/3 of the population), still the West didn’t care they just destroyed their nation and killed their leader. But why? Because Libya under Gaddafi was independent, not like today. Libya’s central bank was state-owned, not a private bank like today. It gave out interest-free loans to the people, something Jews don’t like. How to profit when there is no interest…

The same thing is happening to Syria right now, they don’t control Syria’s central bank so Bashar al-Assad has to go, even though he has been elected for president by the Syrian people!

And that happened to Iraq and Egypt as well! Even Afghanistan got affected, they had Taliban rule sure, but you seem to forget that the central bank of Afghanistan still was under Afghan control. I don’t support the Taliban in any way, I only wanted to make a statement about their banking system!

And now it’s our turn people! Afghanistan got invaded in 2001, not because they hated the Taliban. No, they created the Taliban! It was because they needed to take over their banking system and also to have more military bases for the next war!

Which war? The Jewish-Iranian war! Remember the divide and conquer technique, it is very effective. If you have been in Iran at least once, you have probably noticed the huge amount of needles on the ground. Since 2001, there has been a huge increase, but why?

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There you have it!

Iranians around the world want to fight the Islamic Republic of Iran, but NEVER forget that the Islamic Republic of Iran is protecting Iran! In Iran there are interest-free loans, oil money gets into our pockets not the Jews pockets and much more…

Millions of Iranians every year protest for a new democratic government all around the world. They don’t know that THIS is exactly what the Jews want. We’re the only nation standing up against the Jewish-Zionist-Bolshevik-Cancer. Syria is dying and North Korea is a disaster, so we really are the last one!

This Is Democracy:

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What do these criminals that start these wars get out of it?

As I mentioned above they profit from war, but they also get control of that nation. They turn that nation into a puppet one, by controlling its economy through the banking system (turning state-owned banks into private ones) and then they steal money through the bank. When they control the currency, they also control the oil of the nation because oil and money are linked to each other. It’s a very old strategy called divide and conquer, you make the people hate each other and when it’s time you invade that nation and you’re in control.

And also who starts these wars?

The Jews! The Jews own almost all banks, all the media, governments and so on…

I’m going to give you some proof too:

If you really want this, then go ahead and join the terrorists! But if you want freedom for the Iranian people, independence and a strong state and nation that only cares about the people and not about any money or oil or power then join me and others in the battle for a free, independent and strong Iran!

We can only stop the Islamic Republic of Iran through National Socialism!

Every other ideology like Communism, Liberalism, Capitalism, Socialism, Islamism, Democracy… WILL FAIL!

It’s up to YOU! — Iran or the Jews?

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National Socialism

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