Monday, October 30, 2006

The Policy of Turkification of Iran:

  • Azeri Turks who rule Iran are the descedants of Oghuz Turks who mainly migrated to Iran in 15 century under Saffavids Turk dynasty. Azeri Turks lost the state power in the beginning of 1900 when Russians destroyed their attempt to set up an Islamic Republic in 1911 in connection with the Constitutional revolution in Iran. Azeri Turks regained power in 1979 with the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Islam as a religion is mostly a cover for carrying out Azeri Turk policies and religion is not even relevant to anything. Prominent Azeri Turks are President Ahmadinejad, President Khatami and the Supreme Leader. Most of the security organizations in Iran are run by Azeri Turks and they have total control of mass media. Azeri Turks are estimated to be %40 of Iran's population. Ethnically Azeri Turks are related to Turks and have no ethnic relation with Persians who are the original inhabitants of Iran. Persians constitute less than %35 of Iran's population.

    Azeri Turks policies in Iran is determined by their primary objective to hold on to power at any price. This objective is implemented by the Racial Nazi Policies of State in Iran and their attempt to Turkify Iran. That is to destroy all ethnic groups in Iran and replace them with Azeri Turks. Their agenda corresponds to the general worldwide Jewish agenda to destroy all ethnic identity and distinictions and create a brown race which can be easily discriminated and controlled to generate surplus profits for Jewish capital. This brown race with long noses and olive skin and afro-arabian features is called "The Iranian Race". The "Iranian race" is a mix of persian, turk,mongol and arab. This phenotype is presented by Hollywood as the "Persian Race". See also the slideshow on the left sidebar. More on this subject click here:
    "Persians and Hollywood".

  • Azeri Turks rely heavily on the concept of "Intermarriage" and claim all different ethnic groups have "intermarried" each other in ancient times. This is how Azeri Turks claim they are actually Kurds. Their logic is this: A Mongolian type Turk has married a Mede (a Kurd) and the result is an Azeri Turk. That is why Azeri Turks look "Caucasian" whatever that means. The reality is when mongols have married turks they look like Kazaks. Azeri Turks are simply Azeri Turks and have not married anybody. Also "intermarriage" contradicts the structure of tribal life and destroys tribes. The concept of genocide and murder actually explains what Azeri Turks have carried out when they migrated to Azerbaijan and killed the native inhabitants of Azerbaijan in 15 century. Also many millions of Kurds were exiled to Khorasan to open space for migrating Azeri Turks in Azerbaijan.

  • The Policy of turkification are implemented through polygamy, seeghah or temporary marriages (legal prostitution), Marriage Funds, setting up "Tourist Centers" in remote tribal areas, forcing people from rural areas to move into bigger cities, movement of the native population into Azeri Turk areas such as Tehran with economic and non-economic pressure and moving Azeri turks into other provinces under the pretext of looking for "Jobs" such as Khuzestan or Caspian sea provinces and imposing Azeri turks as civil servants on provincial states. It also includes moving the native population into Azerbaijan. This policy is specially enforced with Kurds. Azeri Turks claim that they are the same people as Kurds. Azeri Turk Nazist use Kurds for "Aryanization of Azeri Turks".

    More on this subject see click below:

Azeri Turk Cultural Identity

  • The Following quote shows that contrary to Azeri Turk claims that they have Iranian culture, their ethnic identity is not an Iranian identity but an azeri turk identity. Also Azeri Turks state clearly that they control Iran:

  • A new book by Brenda Shaffer, Harvard University’s Director of Caspian Studies, has reportedly captivated the attention of "regime change" advocates in Washington. In her book, "Borders and Brethren: Iran and the Challenge of Azerbaijani Identity," Shaffer challenges the widely held view in contemporary Iranian scholarship that a broad Iranian identity supersedes ethnic identities.
  • The overwhelming majority of Iranian Azeris has displayed little interest in ethnic-inspired instability and virtually no interest in secession or unification with the Republic of Azerbaijan. Many view the Republic of Azerbaijan as economically stagnant and politically corrupt. As one Tabriz merchant joked: "We already virtually control Iran. Why would we want to become [Azerbaijani President Heidar] Aliyev’s slave?"
Who is Iranian?

  • 1. The Azeri Turk Saffavids regime in 16 century, executed more than 70.000 persians only in Isfahan. They also killed millions of Zoarastrian and imposed the Shia religion on Iran.
  • 2. The current Azeri Turk regime in Tehran has executed 250.000 people. It is still stoning people. Everybody in Iran agrees that this regime has no "Iranian" or "Persian" culture. Culturally they are related to primitive Turk tribes in Caucasus where they originate.
  • 9. By "Iranian" Azeri Turks mean somebody who is half turk, half persian, half arab, half mongol. That is an "Iranian" has no ethnic identity. Everybody in Iran is supposed to be a member of "Iranian race". This is an smart way for Azeri Turks to mix up and confuse ethnic identities and claim to be the natives of Iran and the inheritor of Persian civilization.

Azeri Turk Genetic Chart

  • The Following report shows that Azeris from North, Azeris in Iran and Anatolian Turks show a similar DNA or gene markers. "Iranian" means Azeri Turk. Persians are not related to Azeris and is not listed here. "Iranian" is listed next to Turkey. The only ones in Iran who are related to Anatolian Turks are Azeri Turks. It is very clear that Persians are not related to Anatolian Turks. There is another genetic chart of Persians in Eastern Iran which relates Persians to Europeans. Also Kurds and Caspian is separated from Iranian. It also confirms that Iranian means Azeri Turks.

    University of Chicago Report: Iranian peoples

    Populations located west of the Indus basin, including those from Iran, Anatolia and the Caucasus, exhibit a common mtDNA lineage composition, consisting mainly of western Eurasian lineages, with a very limited contribution from South Asia and eastern Eurasia (fig. 1). Indeed, the different Iranian populations show a striking degree of homogeneity. This is revealed not only by the nonsignificant FST values and the PC plot (fig. 6) but also by the SAMOVA results, in which a significant genetic barrier separates populations west of Pakistan from those east and north of the Indus Valley (results not shown). These observations suggest either a common origin of modern Iranian populations and/or extensive levels of gene flow amongst them.

Azeri Turk Civilization

Islamic Fundamentalism and the Sex Slave Trade in Iran

Donna M. Hughes

Professor & Carlson Endowed Chair
Women’s Studies Program
University of Rhode Island

A measure of Islamic fundamentalists’ success in controlling society is the depth and totality with which they suppress the freedom and rights of women. In Iran for 25 years, the ruling mullahs have enforced humiliating and sadistic rules and punishments on women and girls, enslaving them in a gender apartheid system of segregation, forced veiling, second-class status, lashing, and stoning to death.

Joining a global trend, the fundamentalists have added another way to dehumanize women and girls: buying and selling them for prostitution. Exact numbers of victims are impossible to obtain, but according to an official source in Tehran, there has been a 635 percent increase in the number of teenage girls in prostitution. The magnitude of this statistic conveys how rapidly this form of abuse has grown. In Tehran, there are an estimated 84,000 women and girls in prostitution, many of them are on the streets, others are in the 250 brothels that reportedly operate in the city. The trade is also international: thousands of Iranian women and girls have been sold into sexual slavery abroad.

The head of Iran’s Interpol bureau believes that the sex slave trade is one of the most profitable activities in Iran today. This criminal trade is not conducted outside the knowledge and participation of the ruling fundamentalists. Government officials themselves are involved in buying, selling, and sexually abusing women and girls.

Many of the girls come from impoverished rural areas. Drug addiction is epidemic throughout Iran, and some addicted parents sell their children to support their habits. High unemployment – 28 percent for youth 15-29 years of age and 43 percent for women 15-20 years of age ‑ is a serious factor in driving restless youth to accept risky offers for work. Slave traders take advantage of any opportunity in which women and children are vulnerable. For example, following the recent earthquake in Bam, orphaned girls have been kidnapped and taken to a known slave market in Tehran where Iranian and foreign traders meet.

Popular destinations for victims of the slave trade are the Arab countries in the Persian Gulf. According to the head of the Tehran province judiciary, traffickers target girls between 13 and 17, although there are reports of some girls as young as 8 and 10, to send to Arab countries. One ring was discovered after an 18 year-old girl escaped from a basement where a group of girls were held before being sent to Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. The number of Iranian women and girls who are deported from Persian Gulf countries indicates the magnitude of the trade. Upon their return to Iran, the Islamic fundamentalists blame the victims, and often physically punish and imprison them. The women are examined to determine if they have engaged in “immoral activity.” Based on the findings, officials can ban them from leaving the country again.

Police have uncovered a number of prostitution and slavery rings operating from Tehran that have sold girls to France, Britain, Turkey, as well. One network based in Turkey bought smuggled Iranian women and girls, gave them fake passports, and transported them to European and Persian Gulf countries. In one case, a 16-year-old girl was smuggled to Turkey, and then sold to a 58-year-old European national for $20,000.

In the northeastern Iranian province of Khorasan, local police report that girls are being sold to Pakistani men as sex-slaves. The Pakistani men marry the girls, ranging in age from 12 to 20, and then sell them to brothels called “Kharabat” in Pakistan. One network was caught contacting poor families around Mashad and offering to marry girls. The girls were then taken through Afghanistan to Pakistan where they were sold to brothels.

In the southeastern border province of Sistan Baluchestan, thousands of Iranian girls reportedly have been sold to Afghani men. Their final destinations are unknown.

One factor contributing to the increase in prostitution and the sex slave trade is the number of teen girls who are running away from home. The girls are rebelling against fundamentalist imposed restrictions on their freedom, domestic abuse, and parental drug addictions. Unfortunately, in their flight to freedom, the girls find more abuse and exploitation. Ninety percent of girls who run away from home will end up in prostitution. As a result of runaways, in Tehran alone there are an estimated 25,000 street children, most of them girls. Pimps prey upon street children, runaways, and vulnerable high school girls in city parks. In one case, a woman was discovered selling Iranian girls to men in Persian Gulf countries; for four years, she had hunted down runaway girls and sold them. She even sold her own daughter for US$11,000.

Given the totalitarian rule in Iran, most organized activities are known to the authorities. The exposure of sex slave networks in Iran has shown that many mullahs and officials are involved in the sexual exploitation and trade of women and girls. Women report that in order to have a judge approve a divorce they have to have sex with him. Women who are arrested for prostitution say they must have sex with the arresting officer. There are reports of police locating young women for sex for the wealthy and powerful mullahs.

In cities, shelters have been set-up to provide assistance for runaways. Officials who run these shelters are often corrupt; they run prostitution rings using the girls from the shelter. For example in Karaj, the former head of a Revolutionary Tribunal and seven other senior officials were arrested in connection with a prostitution ring that used 12 to 18 year old girls from a shelter called the Center of Islamic Orientation.

Other instances of corruption abound. There was a judge in Karaj who was involved in a network that identified young girls to be sold abroad. And in Qom, the center for religious training in Iran, when a prostitution ring was broken up, some of the people arrested were from government agencies, including the Department of Justice.

The ruling fundamentalists have differing opinions on their official position on the sex trade: deny and hide it or recognize and accommodate it. In 2002, a BBC journalist was deported for taking photographs of prostitutes. Officials told her: “We are deporting you … because you have taken pictures of prostitutes. This is not a true reflection of life in our Islamic Republic. We don’t have prostitutes.” Yet, earlier the same year, officials of the Social Department of the Interior Ministry suggested legalizing prostitution as a way to manage it and control the spread of HIV. They proposed setting-up brothels, called “morality houses,” and using the traditional religious custom of temporary marriage, in which a couple can marry for a short period of time, even an hour, to facilitate prostitution. Islamic fundamentalists’ ideology and practices are adaptable when it comes to controlling and using women.

Some may think a thriving sex trade in a theocracy with clerics acting as pimps is a contradiction in a country founded and ruled by Islamic fundamentalists. In fact, this is not a contradiction. First, exploitation and repression of women are closely associated. Both exist where women, individually or collectively, are denied freedom and rights. Second, the Islamic fundamentalists in Iran are not simply conservative Muslims. Islamic fundamentalism is a political movement with a political ideology that considers women inherently inferior in intellectual and moral capacity. Fundamentalists hate women’s minds and bodies. Selling women and girls for prostitution is just the dehumanizing complement to forcing women and girls to cover their bodies and hair with the veil.

In a religious dictatorship like Iran, one cannot appeal to the rule of law for justice for women and girls. Women and girls have no guarantees of freedom and rights, and no expectation of respect or dignity from the Islamic fundamentalists. Only the end of the Iranian regime will free women and girls from all the forms of slavery they suffer.

The author wishes to acknowledge the Iranian human rights and pro-democracy activists who contributed information for this article. If any readers have information on prostitution and the sex slave trade in Iran, please contact me at

Dr. Donna M. Hughes is a Professor and holds the Carlson Endowed Chair in Women’s Studies at the University of Rhode Island

Azeri Turks and Khazar Jews

Azeri Turks are related to Khazar Jews:

From Wikpedia:
Other noted historians include Tabari, who describes in detail various incursions into Azerbaijan by Ural-Altaic tribes (Huns and Khazars) in the 4th and 5th centuries CE. Tabari also states that by the mid-6th century, there was a significant Turkish presence in Azerbaijan and other adjacent regions.[citation needed]

Kalankatly also states that in the year 629, the army of the Gokturks as well as a series Khazar Turkic tribes entered Azerbaijan and declared the land to be the "eternal possession" of the Turks. [citation needed]

Byzantine sources of the mid-6th century refer to the "settlement of Khazar Turks" in the left bank of the Kura river and Kalankatly makes reference to a "Hun state" on the left bank of the Kura River in the 7th century.

According to Professor Peter B. Golden, "In the course of the seventh century, the two major tribal unions emerged in Azerbaijan under the Turk banner: the Khazars and the Bulgars...the Khazars formed the bulk of the Turk forces used by the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius (610-640) in his counter-offensive against the Sasanids (rulers) in Azerbaijan".

These two people are very similar according to many Jews:

Steven Spielberg (Khazar Jew)

Former President Khatami (Azeri Turk)

The Ideology of an Azeri Turk "Aryan"

The Ideology of an Azeri Turk "Aryan"

I have copied this from another forum where an Azeri Turk discusses his ideology:

Posted by Azeri Turk:
Here i have alot of questions and you must answer to all of them

please answer carefully:

1 - What is ethnic cleanse?
2 - How can i cleanse my blood?
1 - Why i must cleanse my blood?
2 - Is brown eyes and hairs a non-white influence that mixed with my blood?
3 - It is true that pure Aryan must have blue eyes and blond hairs?
If yes then, what i must to do for having taller grandchildren with blue eyes
and blond hairs?
please read and answer carefully. these questions is very important for me. they annoyanced my mind for about 10 years

my father was 170cc and my mother is 157cc. but i'm 184 and my bro is 190 (he is 3 years younger than me! but he is taller than me. i think because he is goal keeper) this shows we have genetical potential to having BIG Aryan sons.

my momma said that she is short cause malnutrition in adolescence.
but hopefully malnutrition can't change genes. and we are taller than those ****ing semi caucasians in Iran who call themselves Persian

1- who said i have semite mixture? i just asked that dark eyes and hairs is a non-white talent and you said NO!!! so i haven't semite talent.

who said i want marry with that German girl? i only asked a question about her. i haven,t a chat with her yet. if she become online i would ask her net2net (looooool-about Christ's Sake). i haven't good financial situation for immigration to germany or overhand. so i must marry an Iranian case.

i founded a good Iranian Nordic case with dark blonde hair and aqua eyes. but she is a fool. she is from a rich family. she would never marry with me until i found a good job with a high income.

But if you want children like that, marry a blonde woman, and pray to... a higher force, your children will be like her.

ok. i will go to Iranic plains for hunting a Nordic Nomad girl with that characteristic (I'm sure her bros will beat me for greeting )
because all Nordic types in Tehran occupied by rich mullah's sons

Debate on kurd-turk relations in iran :

  • I did not say "Arian organization" and I do not believe in such notions. I referred to Persian propaganda to please Kurds. Any biologist will tell you that the genetic variations between the 46 chromosomes of human race are so minute and even the amount of similarity between our genome and chimpanzee's is around 98%.
  • In Scenario 4 that I mentioned (maintaining Iran's integrity), there is a confrontation between Kurds (less than 10 Mil) and Azeris (more than 20 Mil) to dominate each other. That is called power struggle and competition, considering the fact that Azeri Turks have a state with military up north and the Turks have dominated Iran for the past 800 years, even the wives of Reza Shah and Shah were Turkish origin.
  • In other scenarios that I mentioned, there is the high likelihood for Shiite Azeris to try to dominate Kurds up to Hamedan province or join forces with the Islamic Shiite regime.
  • Azeri nationalism inside Iran is in
  • direct conflict with their Safavid Shiism history (unlike Kurds) and to understand it one can contrast the people's reaction in Azerbaijan after the collapse of Pishewari government there in 1945 vs the collapse of 1946 Kurdistan Republic.
  • Let's not forget that the Iranian leader Khamenei is also Turkish speaker and the Azeris exert a lot of power and influence in the economy/Bazaar of Tehran unlike Kurds. I'm afraid the Iran war will be a religious Shiite vs. secular one.
  • Things won't be that simple as "brotherhood of Kurds and Azeris" when Iran becomes unstable. Then Kurds will need to confront the need to prepare themselves for the claims of Turks and what they call it "Turk-tazi" (Turkish expansionist), from Urmia to Hemedan. Even Turkey may get involved.
  • I think KDPI and other Kurdish parties in Iran need to work very quickly on alliance building with Kurdish parties in Iraq and Turkey (KDP, PKK, Pejak and ...) and Iran (Komala and Kurdish Sunni religious opposition) instead of trusting the nice words of secular Azeri.
  • As an outsider to all these parties, I see major faults in the present Kurdish strategy in Iran and if your strategy is wrong, then you won't win. Kurds in Iran don't have a parliament in exile so that we can debate/parle the Kurdish strategy.
  • I laid out my thinking/thesis in a very clear, specific and academic fashion, but show me the weakness of my arguments "point by point" and give your alternative anti-thesis so that we can come with a synthesis of both and come up with a new thesis and a "new doctrine" for Kurdish struggle in Iran.
  • What the Kurdish strategy in Iran should be and what approach towards Kurdish and non-kurdish players in Iran and their neighborhood (Iraq, Turkey)? I look forward to KDPI, Komala ... to lay out this strategy for us or adopt a version
  • of my thesis.
  • Posted by: Goran Nowicki | September 5, 2006 12:28 PM