Kulturkampf : Mahmoud Ahmadinejad est bien un " Nationaliste - Révolutionnaire " et non pas un " Islamiste " !

Publié le 3 Novembre 2010

Ce n'est pas moi qui le dit mais le mensuel  Payam - e - Enghelab  des gardiens de la révolution qui l'écrit ! [ 1 ]

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad s'est attiré les foudres de plusieurs députés, de magistrats et de certains dignitaires religieux en cherchant à minimiser le rôle du Majlis, le Parlement, et en se faisant publiquement l'avocat d'une école de pensée "iranienne" et non plus "islamique".

 

Il suffisait d'ouvrir les yeux et les oreilles ! Comme toujours ...

Ecoutons donc Mahmoud Ahmadinedjad " chaussant les sandales de Cyrus " !

Par delà les dynasties des Qajars et des Palhavis , Mahmoud Ahmadinedjad se pose en continuateur de Cyrus . Ce n'est d'ailleurs pas la première fois que cela arrive dans l'histoire contemporaine Iranienne ... [ voir vidéo ].

Cette évolution a été pressentie par  Aymeric Chauprade et François Thual dans leur " Dictionnaire de Géopolitique " concernant la " menace nucléaire Iranienne " , en 1999 notons-le :

" L'autre école considère que l'Iran , au delà de la véhémence des discours du règime , mène une politique prudente de stabilité régionale , en même temps que d'influence régionale . Cette école veut voir dans l'accés au nucléaire et aux capacités balistiques de l'Iran , l'expression d'une certaine sanctuarisation . Pour cette école , le régime de Téhéran serait une sorte de Gaullisme dans une version national-chiite et Iranienne "

 

  Il est clair que quand on connait le peu de cas que faisait parfois le Gaullisme du parlementarisme , la compraison se fait chaque jour de plus en plus licite .

 

One of our kings replaced that dictatorship with a just regime. His name was Cyrus. People in the Babylon of that time wanted assistance from Cyrus. They said, "You preach justice, come and help us out. The dictator won't let us pray, he won't let us do anything." I want to make a historical parallel here. Cyrus conquered Babylon and freed people from the brutal regime of Babylon.

However, while going there to free the people, he did not hurt a soul. He does it in a way that the dictatorship in Babylon falls apart. And then he issues the Declaration of Human Rights.

We know many nations themselves came and asked to be protectorates of the Iranian king. He said, “I will never wage war only to be a king.” At that time it was said if you go north, south, east, or west, it was all the Iranian empire. He didn't allow any cruelty to anyone, he would confront cruelty, and he would punish cruelty. He said, “I will not allow anybody's wealth to be taken away from him without compensation. For as long as I am alive, I won't not allow anyone to enslave anyone else. Everyone is free, everyone is free to live where they like and choose any job they like and spend the money they like." We have even more interesting points. He said, “Everyone is responsible for their own actions.” In other words, if anyone commits a wrong, you cannot punish the entire family, whereas in the past if someone in a tribe did something wrong, members of the opposing tribe thought it gave them that right to kill whoever they liked from that tribe or from that family.

He said, “I will not allow human beings to be traded as slaves… and slavery must be wiped off the face of the earth.”

Now let's go to the UN issue. Some people say Cyrus was a prophet. We don't say so. We just say that he was a good person. When we celebrate him, this isn't nationalism. He was just an outstanding character who did positive work for humanity, but part of the fact is that he was an Iranian. The second point is we are not in any way backing monarchies. The Qajars and the Pahlavis left us ashamed and gave a wrong impression of us to the rest of the world.

 

 

 

 

 

Liens :

La longue marche du nucléaire Iranien .

Rédigé par DanielB

Publié dans #Kulturkampf

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