Sunday, February 19, 2012
(Re-post of earlier posting) End the Illegal Colonialist Occupation!!!
Now that the heads of Iran are openly calling for Israel's
annihilation, and Iran's "president" suggests that Europe create a
Zionist state some place inside Germany or maybe in Alaska, I think we
should all promote a REAL solution to the problems of the Middle East
and end the illegal occupation. I refer of course to the illegal
Iranian occupation of lands that properly belong to the Mongols.
Meaning all of Iran.
True, Iran was conquered or liberated from the Persians by the Mongols
militarily starting in 1219. Iran then became a legitimate part of the
Mongol homeland. Tamerlane, who was part Mongol, also ran the place.
All in all, the Mongol liberation of Persia lasted for two and a half
centuries, not much different from the length of the period of Arab
rule of "Palestine," after which Iran was "lost" to Turkic tribes. I
guess that means the Turks also have a legitimate claim to a homeland
Now if the fact that some Arab armies once conquered the Land of
Israel is thought to confer upon them rights of sovereignty and even
statehood, why should not the Mongol conquest of Iran do the same?
After all, Iran was once a Mongol state, as recently as 550 years ago,
whereas the last time the Land of Israel was an Arab Palestinian state
was, well, never.
Not only should Mongol rule be restored to Iran as the only legitimate
rulers of the place, but these days the Mongols make far better
neighbors than do the ayatollahs. The Mongols have no nuclear plans
and have never met with the pagans from the Neturei Karta. The Mongols
would surely put the Persian Gulf petroleum to better use than do the
Holocaust Deniers in Iran these days, like developing yak milk
So, I say, end the illegal occupation once and for all. Liberate Iran
from the imperialist colonialist occupation of the Iranians! Restore
it to its proper owners - the Mongols!
Biladi ya ardi ya arda al-judoud
(That is the Mongolian song of national liberation: Its lyrics
continue: "Az der rebe zingt Zingn ale chasidim Az der rebe tantzt
Tantzn ale chasidim." Alas, I do not know enough Mongolian to tell
you what it means.)