Monday, September 22, 2008

Piecing the Pahlavi puzzle, unveiling Iran's past

Recently a chance contact from a daughter of Mohammed Reza Shah that I have had has shed some new light and confirmed much of what I have been saying. In checking what she had told me I found not only much of what she told me to be true but much of it facts that once revealed fill in the pieces of the puzzle that is Iran’s recent history. She contacted me in regards to the article I published on the Iranian on march 27, 2008 about Princess Leila being murdered. Not only did she confirm what I had published but knew exactly how Leila was murdered, something I had not publicly stated to better determine people who had knowledge from frauds. Most compelling was the reason for her half-sister’s murder which she told me since June.
Leila was present throughout her father’s ordeal and was only one of two members of the immediate Pahlavi family who knew that Mohammed Reza Shah was murdered. The other was Farah, and as it turned out she had a hand in his murder. As it turns out the official story of farah Diba’s family was false. Farah Diba’s real birth name was Jamileh Jabarzadeh, her parents Jafar and Tahereh Jabarzadeh, who are distant relatives of Mirza Kuchak Khan and the Diba and Ghotbi families, and to the Khomeini’s and Zahedi’s as it would turn out. Her parents persuaded Sohrab and Farideh Diba to adopt her, as Farideh could not have children due to a hysterectomy and due to the fact that the Jabarzadeh’s were living in poverty in Azerbaijan as they had been supporters of Mirza Kuchak Khan and who hated Reza Shah for his seizing power and depriving the Qajar dynasty of their power base, and Jamileh Jabarzadeh was raised as Farah Diba.
Those who are familiar with the reign of Mohammed Reza Shah know that from his ascension on that he had to deal with those who wanted to replace him as Shahanshah. The british had considered a Qajar restoration, but getting Iran’s Majils to remove the restrictions on the Qajars becoming Shahanshah and the fact that most qajars spoke little Farsi were major impediments. Fazlollah Zahedi, after Reza Shah the most important man in 20th century Iranian military affairs, had considered deposing Mohammed Reza Shah and establishing his own dynasty, as he was a descendant of the Safavid and Zand dynasties and felt his family should be restored. Teymour Bakhtiar, the cousin of Soraya, Mohammed Reza Shah’s second queen, had conspired with john f kennedy and other World Leaders during his tenure as chief of savak to overthrow Mohammed Reza Shah and had been involved in a Bakhtiari and Kurdish independence movement, partly because he knew that Soraya’s health had been interfered with by the enemies of the Pahlavi’s and Bakhtiar’s. Hassan Pakravan, who came from an aristocratic family and who’s mother was a Habsburg relative, had also considered overthrowing Mohammed Reza Shah and even toyed with the idea of an independent Azerbaijan. Into such an environment was this Farah Diba thrust in the 1950’s along with her plotting relations.
In the 1950’s Mohammed Reza Shah was looking for a replacement for Soraya, who’s health problems meant she could not produce the male heir he needed badly. Here the Jabarzadeh’s and those around Mohammed Reza Shah who were his enemies saw their chance. During the reign of Reza Shah those Iranian aristocrats who had lost power because of him gathered around those who still retained their positions in Iran’s government, and those who did hold those posotions did so as Reza Shah needed them to maintain things in Iran. They simply played subservient to him and bidded their time. When he was forced to abdicate on September 16, 1941 and his son Mohammed Reza succeeded him his enemies saw their chance.
The role Farah Diba and the Jabarzadeh’s, along with their allies of convenience, played was a sinister one. Farah was set up to marry Mohammed Reza Shah so that her and her family and allies would be in a position to manipulate Mohammed Reza Shah. As it was she was introduced to Mohammed Reza Shah by Ardeshir Zahedi, Fazlollah’s son, and who occupied a prominent position in Iran’s government. Farah would cement her position by having numerous pregnancies. The pregnancy in 1960 remains controversial, for she maintains even in her memoirs that she was pregnant with a girl and as she was heavily sedated during delivery she was unconscious during birth which gives credibility to the Fumika Pahlavi story that Reza Pahlavi is really a boy who was switched at birth for the Pahlavis to provide the heir sought for. His appearance and behavior seem to suggest that as well. During the 1960’s the Farah and those who sought to undermine the Pahlavi’s made their move. First through Teymour Bakhtiar then Hassan Pakravan would savak gradually slide into degeneracy, partly packed with members who were loyal either to Bakhtiar or Pakravan and the other members trained in brutality tactics by the cia, mi6, and mossad, which included lying to Mohammed Reza Shah about their real activities. Bakhtiar’s dismissal because of his collaboration with john f kennedy prompted kennedy to pressure Mohammed Reza Shah to introduce his “White revolution” in order to continue to receive american support. This in turn prompted Mohammed Reza Shah, as well as Fazlollah Zahedi, to become involved in the assassination plot to kill kennedy. With the reforms implemented khomeini began his anti-government activities. Despite Monarchist and government sentiment wanting khomeini dead it was his distant relatives Pakravan and Farah who kept him alive.
With Farah marrying Mohammed Reza Shah and her relatives packing Iran’s government their hold over Mohammed Reza Shah was becoming great, as through positions in savak and the Islamic clergy they could influence events. They were able to target women who had children by Mohammed Reza Shah from his extramarital affairs, as he had an idea of what was going on and had hoped to produce an heir as he would then be in a better position to divorce farah and reveal what was going on. The woman who mentioned many of these facts to me was herself the child of Mohammed Reza Shah from an affair he had with Googoosh and who was kept as a savak hostage until the revolution. That the revolution occurred in 1978 was necessary to Mohammed Reza Shah’s ebemies, for with the successful war against Iraq Iran’s military was overly loyal to him giving him a strong power base. This meant his enemies had to act. No matter who won the revolution, be it Mohammed Reza Shah or khomeini, the jabarzadeh’s and their allies stood to gain. What their gains under a successful Mohammed Reza Shah would have been can only be speculated at. Under khomeini they secured the deaths of their enemies, including a few of their own like Pakravan in the revolutionary euphoria. Most telling that Farah and many Monarchists were secretly collaborating with khomeini and the mullahs was the selective body count. Mohammed Reza Shah was killed by medical malpractice while in Cairo in July 1980. Shahriar Safiq was killed in Paris in December 1979. Shabour Bakhtiar was killed in paris in mysterious circumstances in August 1991. Nelson Rockefeller, the man who tipped of Mohammed Reza Shah as to what was about to happen in early 1978, died mysteriously on January 26, 1979. Nor should we forget that the Rex Cinema fire which was really started by one of khomeini’s agents who escaped with the help of cia and mi6. Yet once khomeini was in power the real threat to Farah, her kids, and the Jabarzadeh family and their friends ceased.
Once in america and the west they began to make use of the “ratlines” they had made in the Iranian community abroad. They were able to establish enclaves in countries which were monarchies as well as in Germany, France, and several Communist countries including Czechoslovakia and Poland, as well as in america. It was in california that they began to concentrate. Other parts of america they could only establish enclaves. In New York and it’s immeadeate metro area they could settle but not establish positions of dominance, partly as the result of families like mine who had been around for a long time and a well entrenched government/social infrastructure. This applied as well to areas like Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Florida, Texas where they could establish positions of prominence but not dominance. California, with it’s favorable living conditions and vulnerable political system, was different. Here many Iranians and their ethnic counterparts had settled, including many involved with Farah and the Jabarzadeh’s. One of those involved with the jabarzadeh’s was California governor Deukmejian, who had been heavily involved with savak and once he was governor began to pack California’s courts with people who had affiliations with savak. If you think this sounds absurd notice how during the revolution only the leaders of savak were taken out but most of the actual field agents remained untouched, and many of them continued their lives in america and the west, including in government jobs.
At present the position of farah, the jabarzadeh’s, and their family and allies is precarious. The position of their allies in Iran and abroad is precarious as many more continue to sympathize with Mohammed Reza Shah and the jabarzadeh’s and their allies are neutralized in the Kalabalik of Iranian affairs. It is in america that the jabarzadeh’s are at their most influential. The contacts they made with the cia and with the bush family have ensured they are in a position to continue their activities politically, and though they often back the republicans their dealings with the law firm sidney and austin mean that they have a presence in the democratic party. At present the goal of the jabarzadeh’s is to start a war or to place someone immediately related to farah on the throne of Iran and effect a monarchist restoration. However as of late their plans have come unraveling, as the murder of Princess Leila demonstrated.
Among other things this daughter of Mohammed Reza Shah and Googoosh told me other than her knowledge of Leila’s murder, the real identity of Farah Pahlavi, and the true nature of the Iranian revolution which made me believe her was when she mentioned the fact that savak and the jabarzadeh’s had employed polish jews and other eastern Europeans to do their dirty work. This might sound far fetched, however one must remember that aristocratic Iranian families like the Zendran’s and Cherkassky’s had settled in areas like the Crimean Khanate during the Safavid era and ended up settling in the Habsburg and Romanov empires where they were ennobled and employed many local inhabitants. Such Iranian cultural and ethnic pollenization helped pave the way for future Iranian dealings which would be used up to the present day. Overall, what this woman had to tell and the facts above she helped unravel are very valuable.

1 Comments:

Blogger ratoncillo said...

Hello Sir,

I read the pages you wrote about Iranian's past : I would like to know who told you that Farah Diba's real name was Jamileh Jabarzadeh. This could be explain a lot !

Concerning Alireza's murder, there is a post on "iranian.com" website which tell the same as you do. The article's headline is "did they kill him"?

Concerning Leïla's murder, I find odd that her mother told somebody to kill her daughter ; it would be easier to push the baby girl in the water instead of teaching her to swim. If the goal was to kill her, why waiting such a long time?

Perhaps, I haven't understood your speech (my mother tongue is french)

I wish you a good night,

Florence Lapeyre

11:39 PM  

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