Eric Zuesse – US Regime Blocks Americans From Seeing News From Iran’s Government + The Royal Watcher – Decadence and Downfall: The Shah of Iran’s Ultimate Party + BBC – Idem

Shah of Iran inspecting Staff and Household for his Ultimate Party (foto Gfycat)

US Regime Blocks Americans From Seeing News From Iran’s Government

On Tuesday, June 22nd, the US Regime blocked the Iranian Government’s TV News (equivalent to BBC in Britain and PBS in America), PressTV, so that, from now on, this is what Americans can see.

https://www.presstv.com

The US Regime has previously done this to other News Media that it dislikes. For example, this was done to an Online international News Site, American Herald Tribune, which had published some of my Articles, such as Al Qaeda Thanks Turkey for Protecting It Against Assad, Russia, Iran, and How the War in Ukraine Started: The Obama Regime’s Plan to Seize the Russian Naval Base in Crimea. But now the only thing that can be seen of that Site is this.

http://ahtribune.com/

The US Regime calls this “Press Freedom” and “National Defense” against Countries and News Sites that are ‘Enemies’ of the US, even though America perpetrated the Coup against Iran in 1953 that installed the Fascist Shah there in order for America and United Kingdom to grab Iran’s Oil, and Iran is simply trying to avoid becoming again a US Colony. Ukraine (after Obama’s 2014 Coup there) now is a US Colony, but in 1979, Iran stopped being a US Colony. The US Regime is strangling Iran with Sanctions in order to punish it for having freed itself, in 1979, from America’s Billionaires.

This is ‘Press Freedom’ in the American Democracy today.

Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of  They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic versus Republican Economic Records, 1910 – 2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.

Decadence and Downfall: The Shah of Iran’s Ultimate Party

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In 1971, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of Iran, the ‘King of Kings’, and Empress Farah (wearing her Seven Emerald Tiara) celebrated 2,500 Years of the Persian Monarchy by throwing the Greatest Party in History at Persepolis, the ancient Capital of the Persian Empire. Featuring Interviews by, among others, Prince Michael of Greece and Members of the Iranian Government and Imperial Court in the 1970’s, the BBC Documentary “Decadence and Downfall: The Shah of Iran’s Ultimate Party” charts the Progress of Planning the lavish Celebrations throughout the Political Turmoil in Iran in the 1970s. Money was no object – a lavish Tent City, using 37 kilometers of Silk, was erected in a specially created Oasis.
The World’s Top Restaurant at the Time, Maxim’s, Closed its Doors for two Weeks to cater the Event, a Five Course Banquet served to over sixty of the World’s Kings, Queens and Presidents, and washed down with some of the Rarest Wines Known to Man.
Over a decadent Five Day Period, Guests were treated to a Pageant of thousands of Soldiers dressed in Ancient Persian Costume, a ‘Son et Lumiere‘ at the foot of Darius the Great’s Temple, and the Opening of the Azadi Tower in Tehran, designed to honour the Shah himself. Every Party leaves a few Hangovers. This one left a Country reeling, never to recover. It crystallized the Opposition, led by the Ayatollah Khomeini. More than any other Event, this Party marked the Break between the King of Kings and the People of Iran he reigned over, leading to his exile just a few years later and the downfall of the monarchy.

 

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Royal Attendees at the Grand Banquet included the Shah and Empress Farah (wearing the Noo ol Ain Tiara), Emperor of Ethiopia, the Emperor of Japan, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Princess Royal (in Princess Andrew’s Meander Tiara), King Frederik and Queen Ingrid of Denmark (wearing the Pearl Poiré Tiara), Crown Prince Carl Gustav of Sweden, King Olav of Norway, King Constantine, Queen Anne Marie (in the Emerald Parure Tiara) and Prince Michael of Greece, King Hussein and Princess Muna of Jordan, The King and Queen Ratna (wearing the Nepalese Diamond Tiara) of Nepal, King Baudouin and Queen Fabiola of Belgium (wearing the Wolfers Necklace Tiara), The Prince Consort of the Netherlands, the King and Queen of Malaysia, Prince Juan Carlos and Princess Sofia (in Queen Maria Christina’s Cartier Loop Tiara) of Spain, Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine Charlotte (wearing the Belgian Scroll Tiara) of Luxembourg, Prince Ranier and Princess Grace (in a Diamond Tiara ) of Monaco, the Prince and Princess Gina (wearing the Hapsburg Fringe Tiara) of Liechtenstein, the Prince and Princess of Naples, and the Begum Aga Khan.

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Reacties

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March 26, 2021 at 2:50 PM
The total Cost of this Orgy was $ 300 million. A ton of Caviar was prepared by 200 Chefs, coming from Paris. This is in a Country with the Majority of the Population destitute and of immense social Inequality. There was even a Representative of the Soviet Union and Communist China at the time in this Orgy, which was ironic. This Orgy paved the way for many Popular Revolts and quite rightly, despite being against the Theocratic Regime that followed, the Absurd Spending of this Shah (US Puppet) Autocracy also pushed Persia into total Misery until it exploded once and for all. After the Revolution, many of these Kings, Princes, Emperors, Aristocrats and Dictators had No Interest in supporting the Dethroned, as they only like the Winners, rich and powerful.

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Queen Fabiola and Queen Sofia at Persepolis, 1971
Scandinavian and Greek Royalty in Persepolis, 1971
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