Western Analyst and Syrian Dictatorship

July 14, 2011

It’s rare to find a westerner activist/journalist that writes about the fake fight between the West and their fake enemies. It’s really a rare event. Barry Rubin in “ The Obama Administrations Favorite Murderous Dictatorship ” writes: ” the Syrian regime has been killing and repressing its people every day for many weeks now. There has been more brutality in Syria in the last two months than in Egypt during decades . Yet the Obama Administration continues to protect the Syrian dictator and do the minimum to criticize him … the latest State Department statement sounds impressive, But in diplomatic context it is nothing: 1. No demand for Assad to leave power. Remember Mubarak? Leave power, now, yesterday was too late to do so . 2. No statement saying: We condemn Syrias government. Instead we get -after so much bloodshed – just deeply concerned !! 3. No specific steps being taken to undermine, weaken, or punish the regime. 4. No link between Syrias repression and its status as Irans ally; Hamas and Hizballahs patron. In other words, theres no strategic perspective or sense of U.S. interests other than purely humanitarian concern.” Obama said Tuesday that Assad was “losing legitimacy in the eyes of his people,” and had missed “opportunity after opportunity” [!] to present genuine reforms. But Obama stopped short of explicitly calling on him to step down.

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And in “ Syrian Regime Flak Calls for Mass Murder; West Does Nothing ” Rubin writes: “”The regime in Damascus is carrying out mass murder and calling for more killing yet Western governments still stand by and not only do nothing, they say nothing. Meanwhile, despite an international military assault on Libya, dictator Gaddafi is still there, another sign of Western impotence. Hizballah was allowed to defeat the West by returning to southern Lebanon and smuggling in all the weapons it wanted from Syria. Iran zips along toward nuclear weapon … The fascinating question here is how far things will go and how many people will be dead before there is the beginning of some comprehension that Obama and his advisors are dead wrong while most of the mass media has no idea what its talking about .” Barry Rubin introduces himself as: “director of the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center, editor of the Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) Journal”. And for introducing his website, he says: “CrethiPlethi is a non-profit, non-partisan (citizen media) website based in the Netherlands. The purpose of this site is to be a factual information site on Middle East Affairs”.

We are happy that at least some people in the West can see the truth and try to fight against the lie and deception. If more people can see the truth and try to fight against the lie and deception, the fake enemies would not be able to deceive the people as before.


The Mullahs’ Bank Accounts

July 14, 2011

As we said before, CNN has published a report Newest Top 1000 List For The Mullahs’ Officials’ Bank Accounts . In the recent years more than $600 billion have earned from selling the oil, gas, and other natural resource, that it’s near the half of the total revenue in the past 100 years !! The CNN’s report is an answer to the Iranians’ question: ‘Where is the Oil Money ?’ Of course, all Iranians know the answer: ‘it’s in the Mullah’s pockets’. But the report gives them some detailed information. Here are the second part of excerpts of the report: ”
(C$=Canadian dollar, A$=Australian dollar)
Ali Akbar Hashemi Bahremani (Rafsanjani) :Germany 240 million Euros, UBS/ Arab Bank (Switzerland)/ Credit Suisse Group AG 6.9 billion euro + $1.5 billion, Canada C$ 220 million, Turkey $108 million, UAE $400 million, Malaysia 90 million Euros, Liechtenstein $4.4 billion

Yasser Hashemi Bahermani (Rafsanjani): Switzerland 450 million Euros, England £180 million, Germany 25 million Euros, Austria 11.2 million Euros, Canada C$ 43 million, Panama $800 million, Belgium 121.9 million Euros, Hong Kong $200, UAE 14 million Euros

Mohsen Hashemi Bahermani (Rafsanjani): England £105 million, Liechtenstein 200 million Euros, Australia A$ 400, UAE $38 million, Turkey $34 million, Belgium 71.9 million Euros

Mohammad Hashemi Bahermani (Rafsanjani): Cayman Islands $290 million ,Switzerland $290 million, Turkey 45 million Euros, Germany 201 million Euros, UAE 59 million Euros, Liechtenstein 200 million Euros – Ali Hashemi Bahermani (Rafsanjani): Kuwait $ 2.3 million, UAE $24.2 million, Belgium 11 million Euros, Liechtenstein 560 million Euros, Switzerland $420 million
Ali Larijani : Canada C$ 120 million, UBS/ Credit Suisse 1.4 billion Euros, Malaysia A$ 320 million, Liechtenstein 400 million Euros, Trukey 54 million Euros USA $44 million, Germany, Hong Kong A$200 million, UAE $34 million

Sadegh Larijani : UBS/Credit Suisse/ Hottinger & Cie/LB (Swiss) Privatbank 750 million Euros, Liechtenstein $450, Malaysia 120 million Euros, Hong Kong A$300

Ahmad Janati : Belgium 490 million Euros, UAE $ 270 million, Canada C$ 101 million, Malaysia $310, S. Africa $123, UBS/Credit Suisse/ Hottinger & Cie/Mercantil Bank 1.4 billion Euros
– Ali Janati : Barbados $240 million, Switzerland 19 accounts adding to 890 million Euros, UAE $41 million, Germany 57 million Euros, Hong Kong A$ 400 million
Mohsen Rezaei : Union Bank of Switzerland/Credit Suisse/ Caja de Ahorros de Galicia 11 accounts 1.45 billion Euros, Germany 45 million Euros, Italy 11 million Euros, Austria 24 million Euros, UAE $205 million, Canada C$45 million, South Africa £490 million
Ali Akbar Velayati : Germany 249 million Euros, UBS/Credit Suisse/Freie Gemeinschaftsbank Genossenschaft/CMB Banque Privée (Suisse) 21 accounts adding to 1.3 billion dollars, Austria 7.9 million, Malaysia A$ 112) Masoud MirKazemi (UAE $2.2 million, Germany 43 million, Turkey $4.3 million, Hong Kong 56 million Euros, Malaysia 48 million Euros – Mesbah Yazdi’s sons [Mostaba & Ali] : UBS £1.1 billion, Canada C$ 420 million, Credit Suisse 1.6 billion Euros, UAE $340 million, Hong Kong $320 million) + (UBS $730 million, Canada $ 230 million, Venezuela $193 million, Panama $12 million, UAE £192 million, Turkey $50 million, England Jersey Island £110 million, S. Africa $80 million, Spain 61 million Euros) + England £72 million, Bahamas $620 million, Canada $110 million, Turkey $21 million, Germany 120 million Euros, Switzerland 320 million Euros
Hossein Mousavi Ardabili: Switzerland 229 million Euros, Cayman Islands $290 million, Kuwait $23 million, UAE $109 million, Malaysia $41 million

Ali Fazli : UAE 2.4 million Euros, Thailand $ 5.1 million, Panama $5.5 million
Hossein Taeb : Italy 2.4 million Euros, UAE $16 million, Shanghai $172 million, Virgin Island £44 million
Yahya Rahim Safavi Cayman Islands $ 290 million, Shanghai 170 million Euros, Turkey $12 million, UAE 34 million, Albania $ 7.9 million – Hossein Shariatmadari : Belgium 320 million Euros, S. Africa $ 240 million, Malaysia $166 million, Russia 145 million Euros, Panama $89 million, Liechtenstein: $ 1.31 billion, UAE $238 million
Alireza Panahian : UAE $ 7.2 million, Qatar 10 million Euros, Malaysia A$ 39 million, India $56 million
Sadegh Mahsouli : Turkey $32 million, Russia 49.2 million Euros, Belgium 12 million Euros, UAE $17 million , Malaysia $ 3.7 million, Shanghai 78 million Euros
Hamid Rasaii : La Roche & Co Banquiers/UBS/HSBC Suisse $121 million, Hungary 4.3 million euro, England (Jersey Island) £5.2 million, UAE $12 million, Belgium 23 million Euros, Venezuela $89 million, Malaysia $ 8.2 million
Hasan Shayanfar : UAE $11.6 million, Pakistan $1.2 million – Safar Harandi : Austria, Spain, UAE $39 million, Turkey 65 million Euros, Brazil $121.9 million, Malaysia A$34 million, Hong Kong 100 million Euros
Gholamhossein Elham : UBS/Habib Bank AG Zurich/P&P Private Bank 4 accounts adding to 155 million Euros, Turkey $14 million, Qatar $ 19 million, UAE$ 28 million
Ali Falahian : UBS/Credit Suisse/Raiffeisenbank 6 accounts adding to 212 million Euros,, Austria 11 million Euros, Syria $ 20 million, Malaysia A$19 million, UAE $41 million, Turkey $42 million – Habibollah Asgaroladi : Malaysia $144 million, China/Hong Kong A$480 million, Belarus 50 million Euros, Austria 200 million Euros, Panama $87 million, Switzerland 24 accounts 3.2 billion Euros, Qatar $144 million, UAE 355 million Euros
Asadolah Asgaroladi :UBS/DZ PRIVATBANK/La Roche & Co 1.1 billion Euros, Turkey $85 million, UAE 120 million Euros, China A$210 million

Hamid Behbahani : China 55 million Euros, Hong Kong £40 million, Malaysia $ 52.1 million

Ezzattollah Zarghami : Italy 25 million Euros, Venezuela $80 million, Russia $65.3 million
Mohammad Reyshahri : UAE $380 million, Germany 52 million Euros, Australia A$ 45 million, Switzerland 6 accounts adding to 1.3 billion Euros, Turkey $29 million, Austria 49 million Euros, Italy 44 million Euros, Hong Kong $400 million
Morteza Rafighdoust : Canada C$ 120 million, Italy 65 million Euros, Spain 110 million Euros, Germany 210 million Euros, Hong Kong $200 million, Qatar 48 million Euros, Credit Suisse $560 million – Morteza Rafighdoust : Germany 134 million Euros, Aruba $220 million, UBS/Credit Suisse/ Hottinger & Cie C$844 million Euros

Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf : UAE $145 million, Turkey 24.2 million Euros, Tajikistan $1.1 million , Spain 19.2 million Euros, UBS/ Arab Bank (Switzerland) Ltd/ BankMed (Suisse) 12 accounts adding to 255 million Euros