At the tender age of 15 and on the verge of the US and British invasion of Iraq, it was me and my best friend who foretold our fellow pupils that Iran was next; it was me who told my family that Iran would be next; yet I was considered a confused individual, then and now.
Countless articles are written on the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran, more are written about the Iranian hated for the US, yet even more are written on Iran’s covert ambitions for nuclear weapons. The mass regard politics and war games as short term ideas and ideologies, the truth however is that wars are planned generations ahead; history must be learnt in order to fathom the present.
The 1953 Iranian coup d’etat was conducted by the intelligence services of the United Kingdom and the United States; known as the TPAJAX Project. It was orchestrated because in 1951, the democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister (Mohammed Mosaddegh) nationalised all of Iran’s oil industry. This announcement caused a huge loss to AIOC, the British owned Anglo-Iranian Oil Company; a company which was transformed into the British Petroleum Company (more known as BP).
Hence the Iranian hatred for the US and more so the United Kingdom does not come from any religious ideology, it comes from political ideology that stems from the installation of the corrupt Shah of Iran. I feel not to dwell too much on the injustice placed on the Iranian people, my point is to establish an understanding that we are living in the greatest empire ever known to man; it only takes a child to understand that with power comes deceit and lies.
African and Arab countries have only existed independently since the end of the World War II; you must recognise that they were European colonies beforehand where locals were treated as grazing cattle. The affairs of this world are not conducted for humanity reasons or even for money; they are conducted so that the sadistic ambitions of a handful of men come true. The loss of humanity in this world and in you as an individual is easily portrayed by this fact; it was Albert Einstein who stated “The world is a dangerous place. Not because of the people who are evil; but because of the people who don’t do anything about it”.
However I understand why you believe in what you believe; because it justifies the life you have lived till now. Your political, religious, economical and even life opinions are based on what you have been told since a young age; not because of what you have learnt yourself to believe in. I am often accused of having a cynical view on this world and not being happy, however how can one be happy when this world is itself so evil and corrupted? How can one be happy when the voice of reason is being attacked as an individual and accused of blasphemy?
The battle between good and evil is great; however the battle between the truth and lies is even greater. Every individual has a conscience to dictate between good and evil, yet one does not have such a device to fathom what is truthful and what is deceitful. This article is called the Iranian Case, however it should be called the Humanity Case; for I am seeking a world where justice prevails, where peace exists and where materialism is demolished. The war with Iran will only be a stepping stone for the ambitions of the elite; as will Lebanon and Syria. Yet the biggest target for the elite is the only Islamic country which has developed nuclear weapons; Pakistan. The seeds of war have already been planted, yet I am sure that you will once again justify the wars that will follow or simply not care.
Before you go back to your materialistic, religious driven lives, may I provide some quotes by the most humble of men, Socrates:
“I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing.”
“Worthless people live only to eat and drink; people of worth eat and drink only to live.”
“Wisdom begins in wonder.”
World religions often teach about spirituality; however I have not seen this in practice. For I believe all religions neither practice nor preach what they should, for the essence of human spirituality has been lost to the ages of time. All religions teach that life exists after death in order to comfort your fear of death, yet the spiritual and true meaning of this belief is that heaven and hell exists on this earth and that you will be forever judged for your actions in this world through the history of time.