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The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Postby CR » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:15 am

The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Ladies and Gentlemen:

Please review the next chapter in the Iranian Disease Series diagnosed by Dr. X:

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The Iranian Disease
Chapter 4: Epidemics of the Iranian Disease

Ahreeman X
June 14, 2015

Prologue

Folks, to cure our ills, we must self critic ourselves; who better to critic us than ourselves?!

… and you thought that the analysis of the “Iranian Disease” is over?

Who knew back then, that in the future, there would be a promising 4th chapter?!
In the past chapter, we have discussed:

Chapter 1: The Symptom and The Disease
Chapter 2: Roots of The Iranian Disease
Chapter 3: Cure for The Iranian Disease


… and we have discussed various issues such as:

The Helpless Victim Disease
The Eye to The Sky Disease
The Monitor Factor
Religion
Gossip

And so on …

Next Chapter: Rest of the Story

Now we will focus on the details and we will dig deep in to the core of this Allahic Virus!

Read more:

The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics
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The Iranian Disease! – Chapters 1 to 3
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/politics/ir ... /index.htm

Iran Politics Index
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/politics/index.htm

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Re: The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Postby Atusa Qajar » Tue Jun 16, 2015 12:26 pm

How True
Ahreeman hit the nerve with a nail

Cat, thanks for posting this article

No one will help us but us, but looks like those with money and power rather collect cars, mansions, antiques and money loads in off shore banks, than use a little effort and help a little to regain their country from Mullahs and Muslims. It’s a flat plain shame that we refer to these people as Iranians. A Turkmen from Turkmenistan who never been living in Iran is more Iranian than these disgusting degenerates who wither don’t care at all or they only like to sit on the side and watch what will happen. Only if they knew that nothing will happen unless we the Iranians make it happen.

America does not care about Iran and Iranians, American Government have been playing this game with the Mullahs for more than 30 years. It’s not just liberals but the American Government does not care for change in Iran or else 30 years was enough to make one! Mullahs have been playing this game with America and the World for more than 30 years. They still ride the Iranian cattle and mock the world. This game will continue for another 30 years until we the Iranian people make a change. No one will make the change but us. The only change, will come from the few nationalists inside and outside Iran because no one else cares nor have guts to make a change.

Reza Pahlavi, Anousheh Ansari and so and such will take their money to the grave without spending a dollar for the cause. How much money is enough for them and 5 generations of their family after them to live in comfort? At what level is it enough to build bank account?

We have many Iranian Billionaires and Millionaires who don’t care about Iran and Iranians, their goal was building bank accounts. Once they die, that money catches dust. What good all that money had caused? What is their legacy?

Bijan Pakzad died and now his great car collection, estates, fortune and legacy is gathering dust. He built a fashion empire but he didn’t spend a dollar to free his country!


Bijan
http://bijan.com/

Wiki
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijan_(designer)

Videos

Bijan Rolls Royce Designs
https://youtu.be/hCNLl7e25Co

Bijan’s $ 2 Million Bugatti
https://youtu.be/Y7MD_XuEzr0

Bijan Boutique and Mansion
https://youtu.be/h4I9nXWWX-0

Bijan Boutique
https://youtu.be/E50EO2b36kw

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Bijan’s $ 2 Million Bugatti

Read this by NY Times:

Bijan Pakzad, the ritzy fashion designer whose by-appointment-only Rodeo Drive boutique is billed as “the most expensive store in the world,” died on Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 71.

Mr. Pakzad had a stroke on Thursday and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, his company said in a statement.

Mr. Pakzad — or simply Bijan, as he preferred to be known — unabashedly promoted the opulence of his glamorous life, his stores and his clientele. He starred in his own advertisements, appearing on billboards and in magazines beside celebrity clients like Bo Derek and Michael Jordan, or posing provocatively with nuns and a rabbi or, in one campaign, a model who slapped his face and, in the caption, called him a chauvinist.

He relished the sort of slogans that would pique the interest of the jet set. One ad described his designs as “the costliest men’s wear in the world.” He claimed to have dressed 36 heads of state, but swore never to name names (except in news releases that mentioned Presidents Clinton, Obama and both Bushes).

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Bijan Pakzad, left, posing in an advertisement with Michael Jordan.

His Beverly Hills store (also called Bijan), a Mediterranean-style palazzo that opened in 1976, has carried such luxuries as a $15,000 vicuña coat, a $120,000 chinchilla bedspread and a $65,000 crocodile-trimmed luggage set. The décor was suitably over the top, with $500,000 worth of Persian rugs, a $400,000 Lucite-and-brass staircase and a $75,000 chandelier. The walls were painted a sunny shade of yellow that was a Bijan signature. When he opened a second store on Fifth Avenue in New York in 1984, he said he spent $10 million on its design.

Mr. Pakzad was also known for his jewelry and fragrances; the original cost of his cologne was $1,500 for six ounces, though he later produced several best-selling mainstream versions, recognizable by their doughnut-shaped bottles. But his real specialties were top-notch men’s wear and the art of promotion.

In truth, his clothes were priced merely at the high end of the market ($1,000 suits, $200 shirts), comparable to most other luxury designers. Still, the mention of the Bijan name suggested caviar and yachts.

In 1982, he designed a .38-caliber Colt automatic pistol, made with 24-karat gold parts, for $10,000, to address, he said, “the need of prominent men among my clientele for a protective weapon appropriate to their lifestyle.” He once had $20 million worth of diamonds braided into Ms. Derek’s hair for a perfume campaign.

“I happen to be the most expensive clothing designer in the world,” he said at 65 in a video profile that appears on the Bijan Web site. He added, with an expression of strained sincerity, “I am sorry for that.”

Last year, Rolls-Royce announced that Bijan would collaborate on a limited-edition coupe with a price of $1 million. Mr. Pakzad was also known as a car enthusiast and parked his custom yellow Rolls-Royce on Rodeo Drive. In his 23-car garage in Beverly Hills, according to many accounts, he also had a yellow Bentley, a yellow Ferrari, an Aston Martin, a BMW, a Cadillac. ...

Bijan Pakzad was born April 4, 1940, in Tehran. His father, a wealthy industrialist, sent him to school in Switzerland and Italy, where Mr. Pakzad studied design. For seven years he designed men’s wear in Florence. He opened Bijan after moving to Los Angeles in the early 1970s, and quickly expanded into jewelry, fragrances and sportswear, becoming a millionaire many times over.

Mr. Pakzad is survived by three children: Daniela Pakzad, by his first marriage, and Alexandra and Nicolas Bijan Pakzad, by his second marriage, to Tracy Hayakawa, the model who slapped him in the advertisement. Both marriages ended in divorce.

The New York store, which closed in 2000, was a source of perpetual fascination for shoppers because it was also by appointment, a policy that had to be explained to countless frustrated visitors over the years. But Mr. Pakzad said an air of exclusivity was an effective way to attract the customer he was after.

“Anyone can make an appointment,” he said. “I am not snobby.”

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One day all of these Iranian billionaires will die and take their money to grave. Their legacy will catch dust. They haven’t done anything to make the life of the future Iranians better and they never spent a dollar to free Iran.

I don’t know why so many idiots follow these celebrities lives and worship them like they are gods? What is their end results? What have they ever done for Iran and Iranians? Their lives means nothing to Iran and Iranians, for sure their deaths means nothing too.

We have so many Iranian billionaires who literally don’t care if Iran exists or if Iranians exist. They are not celebrities but they are leeches of Iranian community.

I ask you again:

How much money is enough? What you do with your money is what matters. Your legacy will be dirt and dust in the breeze. It’s a shame that we refer to these people as Iranians. Their lives or deaths means nothing to Iran and Iranians. Pitiful are those idiots who follow the lives of these people! They must have no lives of their own to follow these parasites lives.

Our present situation is beyond sad and shameful

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Re: The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Postby IPC » Wed Jul 01, 2015 7:44 am

Please think about this point, we were discussing this point with Ahreeman:

Everywhere in the world, when a regime changes, people don’t destroy everything from the old regime and the past. For example, Russians did not destroy everything communist, communist signs and logos, Lenin and Stalin’s graves, etc.

Iranians are exempt from this rule! In Iran they tried to destroy everything Imperial and Persian including names of the people. They wouldn’t allow many Persian names for the families to name their new borns. They were allowed only Arabic names!

In Iran, Reza Shah, father of the nation built the new Iran but after the Islamic revolution, they destroyed his grave, luckily, Shah preplanned and removed Reza Shah’s remains to Egypt, Africa, so the Mullahs couldn’t destroy his remains.

What kind of people level their heritage, founding fathers and any sign of their past? Only Iranians!

Isn’t that a perfect addition to the Iranian Disease?

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Re: The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Postby Atusa Qajar » Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:14 pm

Ba Puzesh,

Why it has to be like this?
Why with all our culture, history, sophistication and class, we can’t manage to get along with each other, be united, make a change in Iran and form a democracy?
Why some Iranians prefer to serve IRI for money than to free their homeland so they can live free in a democratic society?
Why with all the riches of Iran, we are so misfortunate to have an intellectually rich regime instead of a poor excuse of an ignorant regime of Mullahs?
Why with all our prestige and parameters, Iran is doomed?
Why aren’t we creating a change by changing ourselves?
Why?

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Re: The Iranian Disease! – Chapter 4: Epidemics

Postby IPC » Tue Sep 22, 2015 6:49 am

Ba Puzesh,
Ba Sepas


Atusa stop apologizing, you are so polite!

Why it has to be like this?
Why with all our culture, history, sophistication and class, we can’t manage to get along with each other, be united, make a change in Iran and form a democracy?
Why some Iranians prefer to serve IRI for money than to free their homeland so they can live free in a democratic society?
Why with all the riches of Iran, we are so misfortunate to have an intellectually rich regime instead of a poor excuse of an ignorant regime of Mullahs?
Why with all our prestige and parameters, Iran is doomed?
Why aren’t we creating a change by changing ourselves?
Why?


Atusa, too many questions, why, why, why????????

3 Answers:

Why?

Because of
1. Islam
2. Muslims
3. Islamic Traditions


Get rid of these 3, if you can and Iran will be heaven.

Change people’s minds and develop them, they will automatically dump the above 3 and Mullahs.
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