Saturday, November 29, 2008

Zendran's work aped by 3 new books

Recently 3 books have come out which are either poor parallels or bad apings of my work.
The first is Mike Axworthy's "Empire of the Mind-A History of Iran". Like writing american history writing about Iranian history one must focus on the military aspect, which he spends half of his book doing, but with many errors, unlike my book "Iran; The Lion of War" where the correct info and indegenous info is used.
The second book, Gholam Reza Afkhani's bio on Mohammed Reza Shah simply rehashes info that has been put out there, including info I put out there, in a poor way and does not go into fine details like my and other peoples work has done. Oddly a former watson/brown colleague of mine, Ali Gheissari, is quoted giving a review on the book jacket.
The third one to watch out for is Robert Baer's "The Devil we Know" which is full of lies and half-truths in the corsi-beck style. In chapter 5 when discussing Iran's military strategy, much of it is based from articles I have written and presented in the usual half-assed manner people like corsi use to cover their real sources, and as usual does not give proper credit to his sources.
If you support my work send this around, send people links to my works, and order your copy of "Iran; The Lion of War" instead of weasting time and cash on halfwits like the 3 above.
Peter Khan Zendran

More shit u oddness

Recently my contact Frank Farris sent me 2 of the pics taken of me getting drunk at the 2006 brown christmas/Bill Beeman farewell party via facebook. For some reason facebook pulled those pics, but not myspace.
Also I learned that brown is hushing up what I did in April 2008, even going as far as to have the east providence pd, the former department of the brown pig I seriously injured by gving 2 broken eye sockets pick up the expenses of his treatment, abd the brown pigs are refusing to discuss both the April 17 incident, where I was tackled by the 7 pigs, and the April 18 incident, where I sent 3 brown pigs to the hospital.
They sure have something to hide there.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Odd new goings on

I recently missed the chance to organize action against glenn beck, who came to RI recently. Luckily he got rained out and only a few people showed up, but it was interesting he showed up when I was on probation and my friend Bill Beeman was in Minnesota.
Speaking of probation I learned that charges and a warrant the brown pigs claimed were out for me in CT were false. As it turned out the brown pigs coerced lucinda watson into filing charges against me, but when I went down to CT to do some fact finding the truth about the coersion came out. People like Benham al-Soof, Sergei Khrushchev, vartan Gregorian, are treated in a similar manner, kept a under control while at shit u.
Peter Z

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Al-Qaida calls out the nigger obama

Kheyli mamnun al-Qaida. It is bad enough this nigger obama has menaced my family and people whine as I call him the nigger, but al-Zawahiri, whyo is of the same ethnic background as myself says this and he is praised. People forget there is a reason these slurs are used, and that is because there are people from every ethnic group who embody the very worst qualities of that group, and the nigger obama represents the very worst qualities of those of black african descent.
Peter Khan Zendran

Al-Qaida No. 2 insults Obama with racial epithet
By MAAMOUN YOUSSEF and LEE KEATH, Associated Press Writers Maamoun Youssef And Lee Keath, Associated Press Writers
24 mins ago

CAIRO, Egypt – Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader used a racial epithet to insult Barack Obama in a message posted Wednesday, describing the president-elect in demeaning terms that imply he does the bidding of whites.

The message appeared chiefly aimed at persuading Muslims and Arabs that Obama does not represent a change in U.S. policies. Ayman al-Zawahri said in the message, which appeared on militant Web sites, that Obama is "the direct opposite of honorable black Americans" like Malcolm X, the 1960s African-American rights leader.

In al-Qaida's first response to Obama's victory, al-Zawahri also called the president-elect — along with secretaries of state Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice — "house Negroes."

Speaking in Arabic, al-Zawahri uses the term "abeed al-beit," which literally translates as "house slaves." But al-Qaida supplied English subtitles of his speech that included the translation as "house Negroes."

The message also includes old footage of speeches by Malcolm X in which he explains the term, saying black slaves who worked in their white masters' house were more servile than those who worked in the fields. Malcolm X used the term to criticize black leaders he accused of not standing up to whites.

In Washington, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said the latest message was just "more despicable comments from a terrorist."

The 11-minute 23-second video features the audio message by al-Zawahri, who appears only in a still image, along with other images, including one of Obama wearing a Jewish skullcap as he meets with Jewish leaders. In his speech, al-Zawahri refers to a Nov. 5 U.S. airstrike attack in Afghanistan, meaning the video was made after that date.

Al-Zawahri said Obama's election has not changed American policies he said are aimed at oppressing Muslims and others.

"America has put on a new face, but its heart full of hate, mind drowning in greed, and spirit which spreads evil, murder, repression and despotism continue to be the same as always," the deputy of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden said.

He said Obama's plan to shift troops to Afghanistan is doomed to failure, because Afghans will resist.

"Be aware that the dogs of Afghanistan have found the flesh of your soldiers to be delicious, so send thousands after thousands to them," he said.

Al-Zawahri did not threaten specific attacks, but warned Obama that he was "facing a Jihadi (holy war) awakening and renaissance which is shaking the pillars of the entire Islamic world; and this is the fact which you and your government and country refuse to recognize and pretend not to see."

He said Obama's victory showed Americans acknowledged that President George W. Bush's policies were a failure and that the result was an "admission of defeat in Iraq."

But Obama's professions of support for Israel during the election campaign "confirmed to the Ummah (Islamic world) that you have chosen a stance of hostility to Islam and Muslims," al-Zawahri said.

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Sunday, November 02, 2008

The true nature of fascism

If there is one political philosophy that is misunderstood it is facsism. When people use the word they often use it to describe any system of government they find offensive. The truth is that fascism is an authoritartian form of government that occurs in countries that have either weak monarchies or where a ruling monarchy has been deposed and the country has fallen on hard times. A good example of those who understood this were those present when King Juan Carlos of Spain told Venezuela’s President Chavez to shut up after Chavez called Spain’s previous Prime Minister a fascist, barely conscious of the fact that Juan carlos owed the restoration of his throne to the actions of Spain’s fascist ruler, Franco.
Though the term fascist came about in italy in 1919 that party remained obscure until it seized power in 1922. The first person to apply fascist principles of a strong, centralized control in support of a monarch or to bring order in a society where a monarchy had been deposed was Reza Khan, who in February 1919 led Iranian Army forces in a military coup and again two months later and who would eventually use his power base thus acquired to become Shahanshah of Iran in 1925. Later in 1919 Admiral Miklos Horthy would take advantage of revolution in Hungary to rally forces still loyal to the Habsburg military around him, crush the rebels, and assume the powers of the deposed Kaiser Karl as Regent of Hungary. This trend would spread and would be successfully demonstrated by Mussolini’s fascists in 1922 and in Turkey where Mustafa Kemal would depose Sultan Mehmed VI and assume his authority. These successes would inspire Franco in Spain, who was a closet monarchist who understood Spain could not profit under the corrupt Alfonso XIII and his son Juan de Borbon, and in Germany. It was in Germany that the term “fascist” would take on an evil and racist context.
Germany in the 1920’s and 1930’s was a society in turmoil since it’s defeat in 1918 and the deposition of the Hohenzollern’s, Wittlesbachs, Saxe-Coburg’s, and other reigning families throughout the German empire had left the country in turmoil. As the result many German aristocrats, inspired by Mussolini, decided to pack Germany’s government, reestablish central authority under the pretext of crisis, and use their new authority to effect a restoration. They were partially assisted that the government structure had little changed and in 1932 when Franz von Papen became Chancellor he packed the government with aristocrats, including Constantin von Neurath and Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk who would play pivotal roles. The alliance Papen and these aristocrats had made with the Nazi party worked to their benefit, for the Nazi’s, the dominant party in Germany, had much respect for the German aristocracy and shared similar goals, and when Hitler and the Nazis took power in January 1933 the aristocrats were pleased. Even more telling was how German Royals, including Carl Eduard, Herzog of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Kronprinz Rupprecht of Bayern, Augustus Wilhelm of Prussia among the most prominent supported the Nazis as they understood the ultimate plan of the Nazis was a Monarchist restoration.
It was the faction within the nazi party which wanted the elimination of jews and which was overaggressive which caused the ultimate problems. Beginning with the annexation of Austria the Nazis began to sideline those who wanted a restoration in favor of those who wanted to make mass conquests at the expense of the rest of Europe, and who wanted to eliminate Slavs, Jews, Gypsies, and others considered undesirable. As a result a counterplot emerged within the Nazi party and the German government, led from the shadows by Constantin von Neurath who helped organize the Beck/Stauffenberg plot and the Rommel/Dietrich plot. That something was afoot was demonstrated at the Nuremberg trial which few people picked up on. One demonstration of this was Franz von Papen reminding Goring that he was to remove Hitler the instant Hitler got out of line. More telling was how Von Neurath refused to admit his role, was convicted on all 4 counts, and received a prison sentence and was only released in 1952 on the insistence of Queen Elizabeth II, the granddaughter of Von Neurath’s lover Queen Mary. Just as telling was the revelation by Albert Speer, a direct descendant of the Pappenheim family whose members were Hereditary Marshals of the Holy Roman Empire, had plotted to kill Hitler in 1945. Whether or not this was true is conjecture, however it did sway the Nuremberg Court not to sentence him to death and persuaded other Nazi defendants to adopt a similar approach.
While acknowledging that many fascist regimes had caused serious problems, most prominently Italy and nazi germany, had it not been for the rogue actions of those two countries in all probability prosperity would have come to other such countries. Iran and Hungary would have flourished and avoided many of the problems they had were it not for their association with fascist Italy and nazi Germany. Today Turkey and Greece are thriving nations, while the method used to restore Juan Carlos I and the Borbons to the Spanish throne has been used by other Royals, including those of Cambodia to restore Monarchs and in countries like Bulgaria where Monarchs are seeking restoration.
Finally, the racist aspect of fascism must be discussed, as the Nazis used race as a means to stir up popularity for their movement. By their claiming that Aryans were superior to other ethnic/racial groups they automatically labeled themselves as prejudiced, and those that dealt with them suffered from this same stigma. Because of this most people do not realize that the word Aryan simply refers to an ethnic group, in the same way the words Slavic, Latin, and Semitic do. Were it not for the aggressiveness of the Nazis and other white/Aryan power groups the term Aryan would not have negative connotations. Today as a result of the demise of the nazi party, the shift of radical white power groups from violent acts to acts of cultural awareness and acceptance of those of mixed ethnic heritage, and the rise of extremist groups like Zionists and black supremacist groups the word Aryan is beginning to reclaim more positive connotations.
People often forget to be careful in their choice of words. This is the case for fascism, where fascism is confused for totalitarian and prejudiced governments. Certainly few people could apply the racist behavior of nazi germany with that of Reza Shah’s Iran or of Spain today. To use the term fascist today to label countries like homeland security america is also misleading, for today’s america is a totalitarian, not fascist, regime. If this article has acomplished anything it is to make people look at what is going around them and to improve their perception.