Some 2,500 years ago, a farsighted and benevolent king, Cyrus the Great, issued an historic proclamation to the varied peoples of his vast empire. He granted every people their rights to dignity, independence, beliefs and their way of life. This trailblazing king, considered as the first author of the Charter of Human Rights, showed the justice as well as the feasibility of diverse peoples living peacefully with one another to the benefit of all.
For four decades, the U.S. State Department has called the Islamic Republic of Iran the world’s “most active state sponsor of terrorism.” For forty years, U.S. officials claimed the Islamic Republic of Iran has continued funding, providing weapons, training terrorists, and giving sanctuary to a number of terrorist groups. And for years, the U.S. administration has been unable to outdo the Islamic Republic’s propaganda machine and clearly has been unable or perhaps unwilling to help the Iranian people to end the Islamic nightmares in Iran.
Close to 40 years after the establishment of the Islamic Republic, the people cries for the Reza Pahlavi. That is a fact. The rest is history. This is not fiction. This is reality as we all have witnessed in recent protests in Iran that people have been shouting for him to come back and save them from the brutal Islamic regime.
American politicians sometimes wonder why people of other nations show contempt toward America. Perhaps this article will shed some light in the understanding of this enigma.
A few years ago, several high ranking American and European officials and dignitaries attended an NCRI (National Council of Resistance of Iran) rally held in Paris.
There were never any questions about the Islamists denigrating Iran and exulting Muhammad. These mullahs owe their very livelihood and very lives to the lucrative business that Muhammad launched for their parasitic and shameful existence. It is vital for these leeches to continue trumpeting the sainthood of their business founder and driving all other competition out of Iran. Give these worms credit for paying homage to the source of their shameful livelihood.
Compelled by the inalienable right of the people to institute their government and replace it when it fails to serve its constituents in the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness, millions of Iranians representing the entire spectrum of society are demanding change from the repressive theocracy to an open secular democracy.
We Iranians, castigated by the barbaric cult of Islam as infidels, heathens, unbelievers, and apostates, have long recognized Islam for what it is: an intolerant primitive chauvinistic belief system incompatible with the tenets of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.