Jason Jorjani an Iranian American, whose family was close to the shah and power before the Iranian Revolution of 1979 has serious explaining to do on why his desire for all of us to treat the current power structure in Iran is not good for Jews.
A favorite Jewish strawman to create when it targets another power for neutralization is the "nuclear weapons argument like which was used successfully to invade Iraq post 911.
Below I post an article detailing all the times Israel has spoken of emminent problems in this areas, the first, just after the new regime took power. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that what Jorjani wants and what Israel wants on the surface looks the same but Jorjani claims removing Islamists from power would hurt Israel and make it irrelevant.
This makes it easier to blame Muslims for just about everything. Jorjani whines and moans about an Iran that once was. Is it any different from Europeans longing for Rome that once was? Hardly, all that differs is the intellect behind the case Jorjani is making. Muslims aren't pure evil as he imples and pre-Islamic Iran did not only exhibit high moral values and purpose.Sounds good but doesn't pass the smell test.
The fact that Muslims were false flagged by Jews for doing 911 thus allowing the psyop to occur called "The War on Terror", is being blanketed over more and more as it is whispered, "Don't challenge Jewish explanations of events, we will look weird!"
Jorjani ignores the western roots of ISIS and Al-Kaida to link them with Muslim entites substituting puppet states like "Turkey and the Arab Emirates" for their masters of Jewish extraction. Is he doing that to survive and fight that battle another day?
In a comment addresssed to Abu T Audi, Jorjani says vaguely, "Wonderful. My father also knew her(The Persian Empress, Farah Diba Pahlavi), actually my family was fairly close to theirs, but that's a story for another time."
If I may blow my own horn, I had quickly surmised that a New York born kid obsessing on Iranian history and politics and whose family moved from Iran at the same time the Shah was deposed and with an obvious, elitist upbringing able to travel the world as desired was connected to the former power structure of pre 1979 Iran and this led me to make this claim in my recent video introducing my take on the philosopher, historian, Jason Jorjani.
Play video for quick reference to my statement
Click picture to better read Jorjani's specific comment claiming close family ties
Also, it is my guess that Jorjani understated his family's closeness with the Shah so as not to come off as bragging
Oh, Jeez, there's a lot to figure out here. Lest people get confused, Jorjani is a great talent but we have to determine whose side he's on, the ruling elites and the Jews or the people of the world
To learn more about Jason and why I am giving him so much attention, please look over these links