When the Rafidi Mullahs used to pledge allegiance and how they conspired their way to power.
October 20, 2011 § 1 Comment
Before they – the Rafidah priests aka “Ayatollahs” aka Ayadollar$ – came to power and money (added to the Khom$ due to Grave-Business) they were pretty much in the same situation as the arab countries and other countries i.e. they were ruled by a secular (Shi’ite) Shah/King, and they pretty much adhered to that system for over 500 years (since the Safawis, the Rafidi clergy always pledged allegiance to the various dynasties, like the Safawis, Afsharis, Zand, Qajars (all of them were turks btw!) and the FIRST Persian dynasty after 500 years of Rafidi-turkish reign i.e. the Persian [Rafidi] Pahlawis). Today many Shia “Ayatollahs” reject the Wilayat al Faqih Al-Mutlaq, the post-Age-of-Occultation theory of Khomeini (and Montazeri), like “Ayatollah” Sistani/Khoie and others, after they’ve seen what mess and hatred towards Rafidi Clergy the Iranian regime has produced.
Anways, once the Mullahs were constrained in their powers, due to the policy of Mohammad-Reza Pahlawi (last Shah of Iran), they were eager to get to power themselves, even though the charlatan Khomeini announced and repeated publically that he and his Rafidi clergy fellows are not after power or gov. positions at all (one of his many lies, one of them is enough to discredit Khomeini as a leader, let alone “Islamic” scholar).
Khomeini Before the victory of the revolution (February 11, 1979)
“Personal desire, age, and my health do not allow me to personally have a role in running the country after the fall of the current system.” — Interview with the Associated Press, Paris, November 7, 1978
“After the Shah’s departure from Iran, I will not become a president nor accept any other leadership role. Just like before, I limit my activities only to guiding and directing the people.” — Interview with Le Monde newspaper, Paris, January 9, 1979
“The ranking Shiite religious clergymen do not want to govern in Iran themselves.
— Interview with France Press news agency, Paris, October 25, 1978
“In Islamic Iran the clergy themselves will not govern but only observe and support the government’s leaders. The government of the country at all levels will be observed, evaluated, and publicly criticized.” — Interview with Reuters news agency, Paris, October 26, 1978
Islamic Clerics will help lead the revolution but then step aside to let others rule – The religious dignitaries do not want to rule. (Khomeini in exile in Neauphle-le-Chateau France, October 25, 1978).
Khomeini After the revolution:
Those who pretend that religious dignitaries should not rule, poison the atmosphere and combat against Iran’s interests. (Khomeini on August 18, 1979, less than a year later and about 6 months after his triumphal return to Iran.)
“I shall appoint my own government. I shall slap this government in the mouth. I shall determine the government with the backing of this nation, because this nation accepts me.”(Khomeini at his retun to Iran 1979)
“This nation exists and clerics exist too. You all must know that in every place in this country only clerics can get the job done. Don’t show so much prejudice that you want to put the clerics aside. What have you done for your country in all these years that now you’re saying clerics should not be in charge? Appreciate these clerics. You do not understand correctly! If you put this group aside, no name or sign of Islam will remain. Imagine one cleric has done something wrong somewhere. Why can you do something wrong and some cleric cannot do anything wrong?” — In a meeting with the Islamic Parliament, Jamaran (2), Tehran, May 27, 1981
“We have to identify those who are not in line with Islam and the Islamic movement by their articles, speeches, and activities. You the clergy, thank God, who have control over the Islamic nation [referring to the Iranian people] have to warn people of the devils who arrange gatherings and lectures. They are all afraid of one thing, which is Islam. They might criticize many things, but the key point is that they are attacking Islam itself. Their pens are the same old bayonets that have become like pens … [sic]. They all have to understand that as long as there is a pulpit and an altar, and as long as these homily readers [that is, Mullahs] exist, they cannot do anything. To all of you who oppose us, I recommend that you don’t gather so much, don’t send so many fliers, don’t publish so much; have you now become brave enough to stick out your neck? I will slap you on your mouth. You think that you have power? Stop all these words and all this gibberish.” — To a group of clergymen, Qom, October 22, 1979
Ayatol-Satan Khomeini, the Charlatan Breaking Promises That …
The Clergy Will Not Take Power
The Islamic Clerics Will Lead the Revolution but Step Aside and Let Elected Civilian Representatives Rule
The first bunch of promises to fall – that the Islamic Republic would not be run by Muslim clerics, and Iranians would have political freedom – were aimed at his moderate and secular revolutionary allies. The moderates and secularist of the educated middle classes dominated the cities. Without their help overthrow of the Shah would have been difficult, probably impossible. And keep in mind that the Iranian Rafidi-Safawi state is run by SHIA RAFIDI clerics who hold the HIGHEST positions in the regime unlike Islamic KINGDOMS like Saudi Arabia (which are therefore NOT comparable with Iran, for it would be like judging the Shia by the SHIA SHIA!), where the leader is a King/Sultan i.e. NOT a scholars, whereas in the Rafidi Regime the Supreme leaders:
The Guardian Council: One of the most powerful forces in Iran’s government is the Guardian Council, which consists of twelve top Shi’a clerics. Six of the council members are appointed by the Supreme Leader, while the remaining six are nominated by the judiciary and then approved by the parliament.The Guardian Council has the power to veto any bill passed by parliament if it is judged inconsistent with the Iranian Constitution or with Islamic law. All bills must be approved by the council before they become law.Another important function of the Guardian Council is the approval of potential presidential candidates. The highly conservative council generally blocks most reformists and all women from running.
More on Khomeinis lies and crimes, click >>here<<.
These are (SOME) of the lies of Khomeini and the exposure of his true intention i.e. power. And now, to give you a glimpse how the Rafidi clergy changed, like for instance how astonishing skinny the today’s fat bellied-Millionaire Rafidi Mullahs were, the likes of:
and each and every Rafidi Mullah who came to political power, and how relaxed the entire ‘Hawza ‘Ilmiyya’ of Qom gave their Annual Pledge of Allegiance (!) to the Shah (just like they did for each and every other Shah before him, since the Safawis!), check the following pictures that illustrate the policy shift in Iran.
The Shah in Qom (including Rafidi-Shia clergy curtseying etiquette)
And here the Shah talking to Imam Rida in northern-persian dialect (he was from north Iran/Rasht):
Note: According to pagan Rafidism (‘Twelver Imamism), the Imams, like the 8th Imam Ridah knowALL the languages on earth, including different accents. Plus, they, the Imams (the lies the Shia Rafidah have ascribed to them) have the attribute of God i.e. being All-Hearing, since they can listen to millions of request and respond to them. In fact the Imam – according to polytheistic Shi’ism – is aware of what is in our hearts. This is what the Ayadollars proudly teach:
now back to the Shah, who – to please the clergy – worshipped Imams besides God, yet the Ayadollars were still not satisfied:
and here the son of the Shah with his mother:
Now this is our favourite, and sure it will be yours as well Insha’ Allah. And no, we were not shocked due to them shaking hands with a Non-Mahram woman i.e. the wife of the Shah. After all the Shia Rafidi clergy are well known for their sexual excesses, rather, what is really shocking, in fact astonishing, is how skinny the Rafidi clergy used to be back then. Back then, when they used to control the graves (income of the polytheist clergy) and wallated (second income of the polytheist clergy i.e. the Khom$ money) only, not lke today were they own and run an entire country and came to power and money:
Before the Rafidi Revolution:
After the Rafidi Revolution: