Naser al-Din Shah Qajar (16 July 1831 – 1 May 1896)
The Qajar dynasty was a Persian dynasty of Turkic origin, specifically from the Oghuz tribe, which ruled Persia (Turkic Iran) from 1785 to 1925. They were officially known as the Sublime State of Persia (Dolate Aliyye Iran). In March 1786, Tehran – at the time a small village near the ancient city of Rey – was selected by Qajar dynasty founder Persia Muhammad Khan to be his capital.
The “town’s population swelled by the courtiers and soldiers,” and soon the lure of wages and industrial jobs brought rural migrants pouring into the area, forcing the expansion of the city’s newly defined limits. Concomitantly, on a site once known as a pastoral residence for royal officials, women who came from mostly rural, economically depressed backgrounds were brought to the area to live and work in ‘azab-khaneh (private brothels). By the 1920s, these brothels formed a sizable group of houses called Shahr-e No (New City), an area known as Tehran’s largest red-light district for almost a century.
Queen Victoria of England wearing Naser al-Din Shah Qajar’s Medallion adorn with jewels
Scythian Civilization First Victim of Turkic Invasions
Modern interpretation of historical, archaeological and anthropological evidence about the origins of Scythian Civilization has proposed two broad hypotheses. The first, formerly more espoused by Soviet and then Russian researchers, roughly followed Herodotus’ (third) account, holding that the Scythians were an Eastern Iranian group who arrived from Inner Asia, i.e. from the area of Turkestan and western Siberia.
The second hypothesis, according to Ghirshman and others, proposes that the Scythian cultural complex emerged from local groups of the “Timber Grave” (or Srubna) culture at the Black Sea coast, although this is also associated with the Cimmerians. According to Dolukhanov this proposal is supported by anthropological evidence which has found that Scythian skulls are similar to preceding findings from the Timber Grave culture, and distinct from those of the Central Asian Sacae. Yet, according to Mallory the archaeological evidence is poor, and the Andronovo culture and “at least the eastern outliers of the Timber-grave culture” may be identified as Indo-Iranian. (more…)
Parisians are Turks
To find out the true sources of slavery, NWO, and terrorism we have to go deeper than the conventional mainstream politics, academia, and media.
The world must notice that only certain countries are struck by rebels and mercenaries aka Jihadists.
These countries do not fall under any of the six Turkic forms:
The six Turkic groups are:
1- Turkic Muslim in Anatolia and Balkan, (fake Caucasians since Byzantine–Seljuq wars in 1048 Ad),
2- Turkic Shia Persians (fake Iranians since the Achaemenids in 550 BC),
3- Turkic Khazar Zionist Jews (fake Israelite since the tricky Babylonian “Return” in 520 BC),
4- Turkic rulers of Arabia (fake Arabs, following the death of Islam in 655 AD),
5- Turkic “Hindu” Indians and Gypsy (fake Aryans since the Persian conquest in 530 BC), and
6- Turkic Europeans (fake liberal Christians since the fall of Western Roman Empire in 476 AD)
Six Turkic Groups
Syria, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, and Yemen are good examples.
Once you submit to one of these 4 forms of Turkic evil you are no longer under attack.
Lebanon, Jordon, and Azerbaijan are also good examples.
The Ashkenazim and Sephardim Jews are not Israelite, but with the Ottomans they invented Zionism. Now, only pointing to them considered Anti-Semitism, although they are not Semites at all. These are the enemies of Hitler and the Nazis; and before them were the enemies of Alexander the Great.
(The processes of inventing Jews, the Talmud, and Judaism is explained in the following article: The Invention of Judaism in Babylonian Iraq and in another article Replacing Semitic Judeans and Torah with Turkic Jews and Talmud ) (more…)
The Agenda of Pan-Turkism is Clear: To Distort Reality & to Effectuate the Takeover of Land. (Note: The Caspian Sea is called the “Khazar” Sea.)
Russia must stop the Turkification of Iranians, and return Iran to Iranians. Russia must stop the Turkification of the Caucasus, and return it to Caucasians.
Why did the Azeri people shift from speaking a Northwestern Iranian language to the Turkic language we all know today?
Azeri was the dominant language in Azerbaijan before it was replaced by Azerbaijani, which is a Turkic language.
This language was known as Old Azeri or Azari and had affinities to the Talysh languages that are spoken nearby. Many linguistic islets are said to persist into the 19th Century while certain Iranian dialects that is still spoken in the area is said to be descendants of the former language.
Āḏarī (Ar. al-āḏarīya) was the Iranian language of Azerbaijan before the spread of the Turkish language, commonly called Azeri, in the region.
Turkic Languages do not originally belong to west of Caspian Sea but central Asia. People of west Turkey and northwest of Iran and Azerbaijan countries (roughly Anatolian plateau) were once speakers of Iranian, European, Semitic, Caucasian, Slavic and some other Languages. Some of them first abandoned their native languages in favor of Greek due to Hellenization.
The process you seek is called Turkification and it began with Turkic Migration from central Asia to Middle-east and Europe. Circa 11th century, war with Turks began and led to deaths of many natives, while others were enslaved and removed. As areas became depopulated, Turkic nomads moved in. (more…)
Masoud Pezeshkian, the deputy speaker of parliament and leader of its newly formed Turkic-speaking faction, presides over a legislative session in Tehran, Iran, in this photo posted on Twitter on June 6, 2016. (photo by Twitter/@RZimmt)
The unprecedented formation of a cross-factional parliamentary group of Turkic speakers stirs controversy in Iran.
This move indicates the truth of many disputed facts about the Turkification of Iran and the Turkic origins of Persians:
1- Shiism, Sunnism, and Sufism ore just various rival forms of Turkic Islam and all of them are Turkic tool to rule over the Iranians, Arabs, Levant, India, Asia, and Africa.
2- The Turkification of the Iranian people passed through at least three phases: (more…)
The Turkification of Iran
The Turkification of Iran under the leadership of the former President Khatami and President Ahmadinejad has been carried under the banners of “Iranian Aryan Nationalism”. The truth is these people represent the Azeri nationalism or the Azeri version of Pan Turkism and their base of support are Azeris. In their political campaign they always use Persian girls and they paint themselves as the inheritors of the Persian civilization.
President Ahmadinejad showing Pan-Turkist grey wolves sign in Azerbaijan
Azeri Pan Turkism talks about uniting the “Iranian” or “Iranic” people, whatever that means. But their true aims is to unite with The Republic of Azerbaijan and bring more Azeri Turks into Iran in order to dominate Iran. Also it uses the “Iranian” cover and pretending to fight Anatolian Pan Turks. In reality Azeris are real Turks and their Pan-Iranism is the same as their Pan-Turkism but adjusted for the political conditions in Iran.
It also aims to export a form of “Pan-Turkish Islam” into Turkey in order to weaken its Anatolian rival. In these respects Azeri regime in Tehran is a copy of its ancestor, The Safavid Azeri Turks in 16 century. Also due to historical reasons, The Azeri Turks do not try to impose the Azeri Turk language on Iran unlike their Anatolian counterparts. Azeri Turks try instead to impose Azeri Turk culture on Iran and eliminate all other ethnic groups and replace them with Azeri Turks. These policies are promoted under the cover of Islam which is itself a cover for Azeri Turk culture. (more…)