Power Struggle in Iran
- From: oslonor <oslonordic@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2008 19:19:54 -0700 (PDT)
The Power Struggle in Iran
Iranian/Azeri Quote: "To be accurate most iranians have been sheepish
and khaaen sefat even at times of khoramdin o maziar. Those guys were
fighting arab accupiers and invadors and yet they could only rely on
some hundred close friends in azarbaijan and Mazandaran while arab
armies who got sent to fight them were filled with iranian mozdoors
from other parts of iran."
Translation: He is saying that Azeri Turks lived in Azerbaijan-Iran in
6 century. When Azeri Turks were fighting Arabs together with
Mazandaranis who are natives of Caspian Region, the rest of Iran
worked as mercernies for Arab armies. With the exception of Azeri
Turks and Mazandaranis, the rest of Iran are traitors. In reality
there were no Azeri turks in Iran at the time and Azeri Turks came to
Iran in 14 century. Arabs had left by 8 century so Azeri Turks never
saw any arabs.
The natives of Azerbaijan who spoke Middle Persian or Pahlavi were
murdered by Azeri Turks and both the real natives of Azerbaijan with
their language disappeared from Western Iran and replaced by Azeri
Turks. Also the natives of Mazandaran are no friends of Azeri turks.
The poster is actually talking about Azeri Turks who have been
recently moved to Mazandaran by Ahmadinejad regime and call themselves
"Mazandarani". Those are friends of the poster.
The quote is important as it points out the key to the formation of
power struggle in Iran in modern times. It points to the existence of
two Irans. Two different countries which are called Iran.
Since 14the century with the arrival Azeri Turks into north West Iran,
Iran has been divided into two countries with inivisible borders. Iran
is a general name for western Iran and Eastern Iran. Western Iran
includes Tehran, Azerbaijan and Isfahan. The so called "Iranians"
actually refers to the people of Western Iran or Azeri turks.
Eastern Iran is also called Khorasan. Eastern Iran or Khorasan
includes areas in the East and North East, the Caspian Region and
South West Iran. Also it includes parts of central and South central
Iran. The people of Eastern Iran are called Persians. There are two
independent areas in Sistan-Baluchestan in South East and Kurdestan in
Western Iran which is dominated by the local tribes. But both Kurds
and Baloochs and Sistanis have always sided with Eastern Iran or
Isfahan was the capital of Azeri Saffavids in 15 century and people of
Isfahan have mostly Saffavids ancestors. Isfahan is a close ally of
Western Iran but even Isfahan's alliance with pure Azeri Turks in
Tehran and Azerbaijan has not always been gauranteed and under normal
conditions Isfahan have supported and sided with Eastern Iran.
The difference between Eastern Iran and Western Iran is that Western
Iran is populated with Iranians/Azeri Turks and Eastern Iran is
populated with the natives of Iran or Persians.
Ahmadinejad Pan Turk gang is actually a Western Iran regime imposed on
the rest of the Iran. Without US support, Ahamdinejad gang would not
have survived many days in power. That is the key to understanding
Iran. US supports Western Iran based on Azeri Pan Turkism. US opposes
an Eastern Iran regime based on the natives of Iran and Persian
culture historical traditions.
One should note that Pan Turkism in Iran is not related to Pan Turkism
in Turkey and they are entirely different. Azeri Pan Turkism in Iran
is a competitor and an enemy of Anatolian Pan Turkism in Turkey. Pan
Turkism in Turkey is based on secular state and economic incentives.
Pan Turkism in Iran is based on Azeri Shia religion and uses religion,
ideology and racism to promote its agenda. Pan Turkism in Iran does
not use Azeri language as it is not politically feasible under present
conditions. It tries to impose its race and culture on the natives of
Iran. Azeri Pan Turkism in Iran is based in Tehran and it controls the
government. Azeri nationalism in Azerbaijan- Iran is an entirely
different entity and it represents local demands for autonomy and
language and ethnic rights.
For the last 500 years, there has been shift of power between Western
Iran and Eastern or between Iranians and Persians. Many times this
shift of power has been peaceful. But under some historical periods,
this shift of power has been very violent. In 1722 in Isfahan, The
Azeri Saffavid regime of Western Iran was attacked violently and it
led to mass murder of Azeri Turks in Isfahan. The regime of Western
Iran under Azeri Saffavids was completely destroyed by forces
representing Eastern Iran. Those forces were Afghans from Kandahar
under the leadership of Mir-Wais Hotak and Lurs from South West Iran
under the leadership of Karim Khan Zand. Nader Shah, the future leader
of Khorasan was probably the leader of this assault on Azeri Saffavids
in 17th century. It led to a Khorasan or Eastern Iran State under the
leadership of Nader Shah to take over Iran in 17 century.
Today we are witnessing the same power struggle is going on in Iran.
The current Ahmadinejad Pan Turk gang in power is going to the end of
their power cycle. Ahamdinejad regime is a copy of Saffavid Azeris
from 15 century. The Ahmadinejad regime is violently resisting its
demise and is trying to stay in power at all costs. To stay in power
they have devised some new methods to attack Eastern Iran and its
1. Massive number of Azeri Turks have been moved to the Caspian
region. Caspian region is an oil region.
2. Azeri Turks have been moved to Kuzestan province in South West
Iran. This is also an oil region.
3. Arab minority living in Khuzestan are subjected to a genocide
policy by cutting off the water supply.
4. Toxic gases have been released to the air in the whole southern
Iran from Abadan to Bushehr to Shiraz. It has led to many deaths.
5. Water supplies have also been cut to many of these areas.
6. Just in the past few days, Ahmadinejad regime has announced huge
lay off of workers in southern Iran. This is despite all the oil
revenues that has been generated in this areas.
7. Terrorism has been unleased on security forces in southern areas
targeting police and high level prosecutors working for the local
government. Also ordianry people are subjected to these terrorist
attacks in the form of bombings of the Mosques.
8. A long of period of armed clashes between Ahamdinejad gang and
local authorities in Isfahan as Ahmadinejad gang is trying to take
9. Tribal areas such as Lurs, Bakhtiarys and Qasqaiis in south west
Iran have been attacked by Azeri Turk gangs such as regimes para-
The outcome this power struggle determines the future of the whole
region, from Iraq to Afganistan to central asia. It is important to
understand that the region looks the way it does because of the
existence of Persian Political power in Iran since ancient times. That
is why US is targeting the Persian ethnicity for ethnic cleansing and
genocide in order to change the power relations in the region. At the
same US is calling a massive number of people "Persians" in
Afghanistan such as Qizilbash Turks, in Pakistan Sindis and Punjabis
(specially Sindis), Tajik Dari Speaking Turks in Central Asia,
Armenians, and Eastern Anatolian population such as Kurds and
Anatolian Turks and Azeri Turks in Caucasus. They also use the fake
"Iranian" name for these people.
US policy in the region is to replace current power sturctures with
primitive criminal Azeri turk power based on Shia religion and Azeri
Turk culture. In other words US is seeking a restoration of Azeri
Saffavid regime from 15 century. This requires the Turkification or
Azerfikication of the whole region from Iraq to Kurdestan, Eastern
Parts of Anatolia to Armenia and from Turkemenstan to Afghansitan.
Recently there was an article by a liberal American commentator that
"Neo-Cons" have totally failed in their policy of bringing "Democracy"
to the region. In reality US policy was never to bring any kind of
"democarcy" to the region but to impose a primitive Islamic power
structure based on Pan Turkism, Azeri Style to the region.
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