- Dec 29, 2019
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I assure you for each Bahai member in SAVAK there was more than 20 Shia member
And I assure you in turn, compared to their share of the total population, Haifan Baha'is (rather than Azalis) were massively over-represented not just in SAVAK but generally in positions of power (media, banks, politics) under the toppled shah regime. So were Jewish Iranians of zionist political orientation.
Another key difference is that Shia Moslems are not structurally loyal to a foreign government. There is no central organization claiming to represent Shias and placing itself at the service of some foreign political power. Elite activist members of the Haifan Baha'i organization however are loyal to the regime in Tel Aviv, in addition to adhering to a globalist ideology.
Issue is not members of a religious group being present in national institutions, but a political organization with foreign loyalties or a foreign government both claiming to represent a religious minority and placing their own assets at strategic decision making posts, as the Haifa-based Baha'i organization as well as the zionist regime did (via its Zeytun network, zionist oligarchs, Mossad middlemen etc). These elements will then act as lobbyists and agents of influence for foreign interests, undermining national sovereignty, independence and self-determination.
The Pahlavi regime's glaring subservience to Washington and Tel Aviv stemmed in large part from the described phenomenon, and this is essentially one of the main reasons for the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The Iranian people rose up to recover their self-determination and do away with a regime whose policy guidelines were being determined in Washington D.C. and Tel Aviv.
Opium, don't knew I believe that's not true
but he used to use a smoking pipe when he was younger.
So something said about Reza Khan warrants a response, but bogus libel repeated multiple times against Supreme Leader Khamenei (h.A.) doesn't? Lo and behold.