Persia is an ancient empire, and persians an ancient people. The masses are often only common folks and readily embrace change. But its nobility or
those deluded whom dream of belonging to that class do not.
It survive Alexander's conquest, his greek commanders rule and even muslim raiders from Arabia. But those minority had never lost their genetic trait
to be held different from the rest of humanity.
While Islam sought to eradicate those traits, it never succeeded, after Umar launched an attack when the good prophet Muhammad died and against his
strategy to win that civilised nation's heart and mind by imploration than exploitation. Thus the result of centuries of differences right up till
today between persian shias and arabia sunnis.
The crux of the issue lays with the Persian elites belief and tradition of monarchial rule and thus the return of the Madhi and a presumed 'saviour of
mankind' who will work hand in hand with Persia to bring it greatness and supremacy. This is not something that is written in the Koran, the holy book
of the muslims, but a creation by Persians.
The only time the Madhi was mentioned by the prophet Muhammad was that he was a future figure gifted by Allah with ancient historical knowledge who
will guide the muslim world to progress and evolve, and muslims will know who he is by his acts and wisdom. The Muhammadian Mahdi was not some endtime
figure as prophecied by the Shias.
The Madhi had been around for centuries. Mahdi is known as the hidden one. He comprehends human nature, and thus stands aloof from human schemes and
plans, seeking not for fame, glory or recognition, and prefers to guide as the hidden one with truths, logic and reason from Allah, and will not play
into human's hand or apostate prophecies.
Unfortunately, the persian elites are hell bent on forcing him into their own mortal schemes, planned meticously by prophecising his appearance and
even bending circumstances to fool others of him taking sides.
There were many impostors throughout the centuries, known and unknown. But it did not stopped the Shias.
In 1979, there was a siege in Mecca by radical religious extremists and when failed, blame upon the work of american alphabet agencies successfully.
Thing is, many failed to consider - who hated Saudi Arabia more? Americans who need the oil or another Islamic sect?
While there was a revolution in Persia with the overthrow of the Shah of Iran in 1979, let it be known it was not as 'spontaneous' as it was presumed.
No revolution is spontaneous, more so with a ready leader to take over the control of a nation.
It was meticously planned long in advance, with destabilizing units within Shah led Iran for years, as well as in the region, not only for the control
of Persia, but the arab world as well, and thus the seige of Meccca.
It failed because of one country - the might of USA, and today, is the true hated enemy of the persian elites. Israel was but a sideshow to deflect
attention of the reigning Sunnis from the centuries of warfare they had for Shias. The enemy of my enemy is my friend , and thus Israel was the easy
game right up to today.
Failing to get control of Mecca, the only solution left is nuke power. The persian apostate leader talks with a fork tongue...ALL THE TIME. Today he
preaches peace, but tommorow, his version of 'peace' is with him in control and domination of all religion. Lil' Kim use and manipulation of the world
for his needs is not lost on the apostate leader. Only this time, it wont be as benign as food Lil Kim wanted. Religious supremacy is what he seeks.
And a 'Mahdi' is all he needs to complete his reign. Impostors abound anyway. He would never welcome the real Mahdi, for he would lose all control.
Thus his manipulation of world events for decades, right up till today, with the enermous wealth of persia seldom used for social expenditure, but his
personal glory and aim, through his funded agencies of terrorists killing innocent men, women and children, and even sacrificing his own people and
faithfuls, around the world, in lands that govts had been foolish enough to believe him
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