Thoughts From an Iranian Leader
August 9th, 2012
Received by FAB
I am here, Mohammad Mossadegh.
You should not be surprised that I come to you this lovely afternoon, for you have attracted me by caring enough to read this wonderful book about my country, Iran [“All the Shah’s Men, An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror” by Stephen Kinzer].
What I have to say to you today is in the way of encouragement, and also personal feelings of my own. I really loved my country, and my countrymen and women knew it. I proved my love by acting against the hated foreigners, and I had the people with me. I have had much time to reflect on my tumultuous Earth life, and one thing I knew on Earth became a veritable passion here: that I would be redeemed, and justice would come to my cause.
I see not only historical forces but also a huge army of good spirits and Angels massing to accomplish this. The truth about what happened in 1953 was revealed in this book you are reading, and I can only thank Mr. Kinzer for this noble effort.
I have talked with those who overthrew me, and it was no surprise to me that they were suffering. Their victory turned out to be very bitter indeed, for they found out too late that, as your native Judaism says so beautifully, whatever you sow, you reap. In sowing evil, evil was reaped. I have tried to help these poor, unfortunate spirits.
In sharing these thoughts, I have sought to encourage you. You get into moods of doubt, and I am so happy that by receiving this message, your doubts are lifting. These doubts are creatures of your mind, and do not accurately reflect reality, this reality being that I will be made whole in my attempts to help my people. That is, I will be fulfilled.
So be prepared for something very unusual. I am privy to the plan, and it will make the good people laugh with joy. And the evil people will not be able to stop what God has determined to do. So, my young friend, go forward confident that though sometimes history tarries, sooner or later, it finds a way to bring truth, justice, and love, when all hope seems lost.
Mohammad Mosaddegh or Mosaddeq also Mossadegh, Mossadeq, Mosadeck, or Musaddiq (16 June 1882 – 5 March 1967), was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 to 1953 when he was overthrown in a coup d’etat orchestrated by the British MI5 and the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
An author, administrator, lawyer, prominent parliamentarian, he became the prime minster of Iran in 1951. His administration introduced a wide range of progressive social and political reforms such as social security, rent control, and land reforms. His government’s most notable policy, however, was the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry, which had been under British control since 1913 through the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC/AIOC) (later British Petroleum or BP).
Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organised and carried out by the United States CIA at the request of the British MI6 which chose Iranian General Fazlollah Zahedi to succeed Mosaddegh.
While the coup is commonly referred to as Operation Ajax after its CIA cryptonym, in Iran it is referred to as the 28 Mordad 1332 coup, after its date on the Iranian calendar. Mosaddegh was imprisoned for three years, then put under house arrest until his death. (Source: Wikipedia)