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Iran Lobby Billion Dollar Industry in USA
Part 2: Iran Lobby Documents

 

Iran Lobby Billion Dollar Industry in USA
Iranian American Billionaires and Millionaires Support Iran Lobby
Why Mullahs have been Running Iran for Over 4 Decades?
Part 2: Iran Lobby Documents

Ahreeman X and Catayoun Razmjou
IPC.WebMistress@gmail.com
July 28, 2021


Hi-Tech Millionaire Tycoons the Ansari Family are major money behind the Iran Lobby in USA
L – R: Amir Ansari, Anousheh Ansari and Hamid Ansari
NIAC Financiers and PAAIA Supporters

Iran Lobby Documents

These are the two documents by the Iran Lobby and their supporters putting forward an appeasement path for the Iran problem. Both documents have vanished from NIAC and PAAIA sites; therefore, we have downloaded the documents and also printed them below. Due to walking on shaky grounds, NIAC and PAAIA are constantly deleting and revising documents and board members on their sites.


Morad Ghorban Evil Beady Eyes!
Classic Morad Ghorban Psychotic Manic Face!
Leader of PAAIA and Veteran Iran Lobbyist
excited for dollars coming in to PAAIA at the events, banquets and galas!

We are now putting forward these two important documents:

Note:
Due to semi-illiteracy of Trita Parsi in English language, many capitalizations, grammar, spelling and typo errors were corrected.

* Creation of NIAC (NIAC Document) 2002
* Support Diplomacy with Iran (PAAIA Document) 2015


Trita Parsi with Hooman Majd of NIAC
Friends, Iran Lobbyists and Iranian Agents for Life!

Creation of NIAC (NIAC Document)

Creation of NIAC (NIAC Document)
Towards the Creation of an Iranian American Lobby
October 10, 2002

Original Document written by Trita Parsi of NIAC:

Trita Parsi: Creation of NIAC Iran Lobby (NIAC Document)

Document:

Towards the Creation of an Iranian American Lobby

To: Roy Coffee / Dave Di Stefano
By: Trita Parsi
Trita.Parsi@Mail.House.Gov
Subject: Towards the Creation of an Iranian American Lobby
Date: October 10, 2002

Summary

This memo presents a preliminary strategy towards the creation of an Iranian-American lobby. It first explains the necessity of promoting a mature political culture within the Iranian-American community in order for successful grassroots lobbying to be able to take place. It highlights a few strategy issues that the proposed lobby should take into consideration: a strategic partnership with the National Iranian American Council (https://www.niacouncil.org), initial focus on non-controversial issues such as visas and discrimination, the importance of a “human element” in the lobby campaigns, and targeting of positive-image business with a strategic interest in Iran for financial support. The memo proceeds to describe the potential competition the lobby may face. It also presents a list of potential Board members from the academic and business communities. The memo concludes with a discussion regarding the lobby’s staffing needs, with Trita Parsi as the proposed Executive Director of the organization.

Background

Presenting accurate demographic information on Iranians abroad in general is a challenging task.
There is a huge discrepancy among the various studies done on this, with various reasons.

For example, the US Census estimates Iranian-Americans to be just over 300 thousand, while
folklore estimates widespread among the group itself go up to 4 million and sometimes beyond. In
the case of the Census, an issue of definition comes to mind, beyond possible flaws in survey
methodology: Who is an Iranian-American? Iran considers nationality to pass by blood. Thus, a child
born of at least one Iranian parent in America is considered Iranian by Iran, and American by the
United States. Estimates on the high end are also most probably very far from reality.

More specifically, in the case of Iranians in the US, the estimates that the authors feel are most
reliable are those calculated by the Iranian Interest Section in Washington, DC. It is that body that
has been issuing passports and other official documents for the Iranians in the US, and in terms of
sampling has had more access than any other organization to data. According to that source, at least
800,000 thousand Iranians are residing in the United States. Adding second generation Americans of
Iranian decent, the number could exceed 1 million.

While there are no studies with exact information on the demographic spread of Iranians in the
United States, it is believed that the majority of this group is clustered in southern California (Los
Angeles, San Diego and Orange County in particular). Other cluster areas include New York, the
District of Columbia, Austin and Houston. It is also known that on average, Iranians abroad are
more educated and wealthier than the society where they have immigrated.

The immediate question that comes to mind is why such a group’s participation in--and impact on--
our society is not commensurate with its contribution to America’s economic growth. There are three
underlying reasons for this lower level of participation in American society.

First, organizational life within the Iranian-American community has tended to be scattered
with no national umbrella available to facilitate networking. The Iranian expatriate community
is relatively less organized into associations than other immigrant groups. There are few organizations
at the national or regional levels that serve as a unifying body for common community concerns. The
groups that exist have often limited or no contact with one another, and therefore no way to ensure
cooperation on matters of common interest. The lack of focal points in the community that can
facilitate communication and mobilization has crippled past attempts to create Iranian-American
grass-roots organizations.

Second, Iranian-Americans have not always been able to tell their story in their own words
and on their own terms. This is partly due to the shortage in organizations that could give Iranian-Americans a venue to represent themselves. It is also the result of Iran's isolation, which has tended to color the Iranian-Americans' image more than their own actions and contributions to American
society. The combination of carrying a negative stigma (because they are Iranian) and not being able
to change their image, has caused many Iranian-Americans to try to distance themselves from other
Iranians-Americans. Needless to say, it is difficult to create a lobby for a community that doesn’t
wish to be associated with itself.

Third, Iranian-Americans have shied away from actively participating in civic life due to the
difficult experiences they had in Iran when attempting to form associations. As a result of
having had to deal for years with the legacy of the hostage crisis at the embassy in Tehran, many
Iranian-Americans have sought to keep a low profile – to be unobtrusive and unnoticed, uninvolved
and disconnected. This fear of involvement has left much of the Iranian-American community
voiceless, causing it to lack the necessary instruments and organizational structures to be able to
defend its civil and political rights. A knowledge gap has been created in regards to the decision-making processes of America: How can the community best influence decisions made at the national
and local level? Where, when and how can the community best apply its collective pressure? This
political immaturity makes any lobbying effort significantly more difficult and expensive.

These issues, whose successful resolution is a prerequisite for any community-based lobbying effort,
need to be addressed in parallel to the creation of the foundations of an Iranian-American grass-roots
lobby. The National Iranian American Council (https://www.niacouncil.org) has for the last year focused on these issues. The Council’s success will enable the successful formation of a grassroots oriented
Iranian lobby.

Strategy

Core Activities

Although the existence of a mature political culture within the Iranian-American community is
essential for a successful Iranian-American grassroots lobby, it is not necessarily the duty of a lobby
group to create such a culture. Furthermore, organizations such as the National Iranian American
Council are already addressing the issue of political education.

It should be the strategy of the proposed lobby group to develop close ties to NIAC and support its
activities. While leaving the educational work to NIAC, the proposed lobby group should focus
exclusively on lobbying activities on the Hill. Its support to NIAC will enable it to utilize NIAC’s
grassroots network for reaching out to the community, while being relieved from having to go
through the arduous task of creating such networks itself.

Positioning

Although the mission of the proposed lobby should be to improve relations between the US and Iran
and open up opportunities for trade, the initial targets should be less controversial issues such as
visas and racial profiling/discrimination. Since the lobby will be spared from creating a grassroots
network of its own, the initial focus on non-controversial issues will only serve to establish credibility
within the community, and not massive support (which would necessitate the complete avoidance of
issues such as US-Iran relations).

Furthermore, it would be a wise strategy to mainly target Iranian-American businessmen for financial
support. This group has both a higher propensity to support the lobby’s mission and it is also in a
better position to underwrite the expenses of the lobby. Nonetheless, despite its predominantly
business oriented constituency, it is essential that the lobby creates a “human face” for its aims and
goals. AIPAC successfully painted the opponents of the Iran Libya Sanctions Act as “greedy
businessmen who had no scruples when it came to doing business with terrorist regimes.” The oil
companies failed to characterize their campaign with “human concern for the well-being of innocent
Iranians stuck with a dictatorial regime” or “support for the poor mid-Western family father who lost
his job due the sanctions.” The human element is essential both when it comes to attracting support
among Iranian-Americans and when it comes to winning the debate and the votes on the Hill.

Financing

Iranian-American organizations have in the past targeted the oil companies for financial support.
This strategy has been a two-edged sword. On the one hand, the oil companies have been relatively
dedicated to the cause and have been generous supporters of groups such as AIC. On the other
hand, oil companies have a bad reputation among Iranian-Americans and are easily depicted as
greedy and insensitive to human rights concerns in the media.

It would be a wise strategy of the proposed lobby to seek limited support from US oil companies. Oil
companies should not be the initial sponsors of the lobby and their share of the lobby’s budget
should perhaps not exceed 10 per cent. Diversification is the key.

The lobby should target business with positive images that have a strategic interest in trade with Iran.
These companies include Motorola, who would benefit greatly from the 70 million strong Iranian
telecom market, IT companies who could benefit from Iran’s cheap yet highly skilled labor (just as
they do in India), construction and irrigation companies, soft drink companies (displeasure with US
policies in the Middle East has allowed Iranian soft drink companies to grab market shares from
Coca Cola and Pepsi in many Persian Gulf countries) and fast-food chains.

Potential Competition

American Iranian Council
https://www.us-iran.org/
Headed by Rutgers Professor Hooshang Amirahmadi, AIC has been the most prominent Iranian-American group in US politics for the last five years. But the organization has lost most of its credibility due to the Amirahmadi’s close relations with the conservative camp in Tehran. He has lost the support he enjoyed from US oil companies and his attempts to court the Iranian-American community has been futile. The organization’s strength lies in its American Board members, who range from Donna Shalala and to Bob Pelletreau (former Assistant Secretary of State).

Note:
* Trita Parsi is critical of Hooshang Amirahmadi’s knowledge, tactics and leadership.

Iranian Trade Association
Headed by Shahriar Afshar in San Diego, this organization was quite visible in the late 1990’s but has since lost its momentum. Focusing entirely on trade issues turned out to be a weakness rather than strength—trade does not inspire people to get active and Afshar was never able to expand the group’s support base beyond a few oil companies. After the axis of evil comment, the oil companies too have abandoned ITA.

Notes:
* ITA (Iranian Trade Association) does not exist anymore and Shahriar Afshar is now affiliating with PCC and NIAC.
* As you can notice, Trita Parsi does not value much, the Shahriar Afshar’s tactics and leadership!

AmIranPAC
A recently founded group that will launch officially in mid-October. Its leadership is of mediocre quality and its financial base constitutes of a single donor. Morad Ghorban, a former staffer for a Georgia Democrat in the House, leads the group. Its financer belongs to the Monarchist camp and is vehemently against any attempts to initiate dialogue or trade with Iran.

Notes:
I. After Hassan Nemazee the founder of PAAIA went to Prison (2010 – 2019) for Bank Fraud and Corruption, Morad Ghorban now leads PAAIA.
II. Notice how Trita Parsi speaks lowly of Morad Ghorban! There is no honor or love-lust amongst thieves but forced cooperation and unity! After all, they are all IRI Agents!

Staff

The lobby should be staffed with an Executive Director and an office administrator / secretary. The
lobby should rely as much as possible on interns from the many universities in the Washington area.
 
With several years of working experience with US-Iran relations, and extensive contacts in the
Iranian-American community, Trita Parsi is an ideal candidate for the Executive Director position.

Biography of Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi has worked for the Swedish Permanent Mission to the UN in New York where he served
in the Security Council handling affairs for Afghanistan, Iraq, Tajikistan and Western Sahara, and the
General Assembly's Third Committee addressing human rights in Iran, Afghanistan, Myanmar and
Iraq.

Mr. Parsi is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced
International Studies under Professor Francis Fukuyama, while working part-time as a foreign policy
advisor to Chairman Robert Ney (R-OH) on the Middle East and Iran.

Note:
* Congressman Robert Ney a RINO, went to jail on 2006 for lies and corruption. Robert Ney was Trita Parsi’s mentor!

Mr. Parsi worked as Director of the American-Iranian Council, headed by former Assistant Secretary
of State Robert Pelletreau. Mr. Parsi has been very active in the Iranian community and in 1997, he
founded Iranians for International Cooperation (https://www.iic.org), one of the first Iranian advocacy
groups promoting Iranian-American interests.

Mr. Parsi was born in Iran and grew up in Sweden. He earned a Master's degree in international
relations at Uppsala University and a second Master's degree in economics at Stockholm School of
Economics.

Potential Board Members

Academic Community
____________________
Ervand Abrahamian - Baruch College
Ehsan Yarshater - Columbia University
Rasool Nafisi - Manassas
Shaul Bakhash - Potomac
Nikki Keddie - University of California-LA
Olga Davidson - Brandeis University
Roy Mottahedeh - Harvard University
R. Ramazani - University of Virginia
Behnam Tabrizi - Stanford University

Business Community
___________________
John Jahangir Ghaznavi - Investments, Inc.
Suzanne Maloney - ExxonMobil
Shahnam Arshadi - President Quest International, Inc. CA
Mehrdad Baghai - Partner Mckinsey and Company
Hamid Biglari - Partner & Head of N American Investment Banking Practice McKinsey & Co. NY
Farzad Dibachi - President Niku Corporation CA
Farhad Ebrahimi - President Quark, Inc. CO
Mory Ejabat - Chairman Zhone Technologies, Inc. CA
Kambiz Hooshmand - VP Cisco Systems, Inc. CA
Anoosh Hosseini - CEO Global Publishing Group CA
Farhad Kashani - Sr VP Plantronics, Inc. CA
Kamyar Katouzian - VP Quest International, Inc. CA
Behzad Kashani - VP Cisco Sytems CA
Omid Kordestani VP Google, Inc. CA
Afshin Mohebbi - President Qwest Communications, Inc. CO
Farzad Nazem - VP Yahoo Inc. CA
Pierre Omidyar - Chairman eBay, Inc. CA
Massih Tayebi - CEO Wireless Facilities, Inc. CA
Masood Tayebi - President Wireless Facilities, Inc. CA
Sohrab Vossoughi - President Ziba Design, Inc. OR
Anousheh Ansari - Chairman Telecom Technologies, Inc. TX
Hamid Moghadam - Chairman AMB Property Corporation CA
Shahin Hedayat - President Centillium Communications, Inc. CA

Notes:
* Positions listed are at the time positions.
* Many of the listed people have been supporting and financing NIAC and Iran Lobby Organizations for years.

*


Hassan Nemazee
Millionaire
Original President of PAAIA
PAAIA Founder, Iran Lobbyist and Career Criminal - Convicted Felon and Corrupt Politician
Nemazee Capital CEO
Went to Prison (2010 – 2019) for Bank Fraud and Corruption


Morad Ghorban
Millionaire
New President of PAAIA
True President of PAAIA and the man behind the Leila Golestaneh Austin (PAAIA Puppet President)

Support Diplomacy with Iran (PAAIA Document)

Notes:
* PAAIA pretends that this document is an independent letter written by independent Iranians; however, PAAIA’s footsteps are all over this letter including PAAIA’s written style of pro-appeasement propaganda, PAAIA’s video on the bottom right corner of the web document and PAAIA’s article promoting and praising the letter on their site.
* PAAIA ex event speakers, supporters and pro-appeasement activists are amongst those who signed the letter.
* Hassan Nemazee the Iran Lobbyist and the Founder of PAAIA went to prison for fraud and corruption.

Support Diplomacy with Iran (PAAIA Document)

Support the Nuclear Agreement
Endorsed by:
PAAIA
New York Times
Washington Post
Hollywood Liberal Jews
Liberal Media
August 3, 2015

Support Diplomacy with Iran Web Document (PAAIA Document)

PAAIA Support of “Support Diplomacy with Iran” Document

Support Peace – PAAIA Propaganda Video

Know the Stakes – PAAIA Propaganda Video

Document:

Support Diplomacy with Iran

PAAIA Support the Nuclear Agreement
Support Diplomacy with Iran

Dear fellow Americans,

We are Americans of Iranian descent.  Like all Americans, we’re proud of our great country, and we vigorously defend the U.S. ideals of freedom and opportunity. We’ve worked together to make this the best country in the world.

Like all Americans, we represent every color on the political and religious spectrum, and we often disagree. But we agree on one thing: that solving problems through communication is better for the world than conflict. In the past few decades, wars have cost Americans, thousands of lives and trillions of dollars, and conflict has persisted. When we achieve America’s goals through diplomacy instead of war, we all win.

Our message is about people, not politics.

Diplomacy with Iran has the potential to do much more than prevent a war. It provides an opportunity for engagement between cultures, people, and ideas. It creates a chance for Americans and Iranians to create a brighter future that benefits all of our children.

While the government of Iran and the governments of the West have had profound differences, the people of Iran have a long history of tolerance, hospitality, creativity, and innovation that predates modern governments and religions -- and these are values that Americans share. The people of Iran want peace, prosperity, and the pursuit of happiness just as much as Americans do.

We urge you, our fellow Americans, to show your desire for peace and prosperity by supporting the recent agreement among the U.S., Iran, and other major world powers. Join us in embracing this unique opportunity for Americans and Iranians to connect. Let’s make history.

Diplomacy with Iran has the potential to do much more than prevent a war.

Major Supporters Signatures

Shohreh Aghdashloo - Academy Award-nominated actress
Arash Ferdowsi - Co-founder & CTO, Dropbox
Firoozeh Dumas - New York Times Bestselling Author
Hamid Biglari - Former Vice-Chairman, Citigroup
Maz Jobrani - Comedian
Omid Kordestani - Chief Business Officer, Google
Dara Khosrowshahi - CEO, Expedia
Mehran Kardar - Professor of Physics, MIT
Salar Kamangar - Former CEO, YouTube
Shirin Neshat - Visual Artist, Filmmaker
Vali Nasr - Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Firouz Naderi - Director, Solar System Exploration at NASA JPL
Hamid Moghadam - Chairman and CEO, Prologis
Ali Partovi - Investor, Dropbox, Zappos. Co-founder, Code.org
Hadi Partovi - Investor, Facebook. CEO, Code.org
Nasim Pedrad - Actress and Comedian
Shervin Pishevar - Co-founder, Sherpa Capital, Strategic Advisor, Uber
Mark Zandi - Chief Economist, Moody’s Analytics
Shayan Zadeh - Co-founder, Gear Zero and Zoosk
Lotfi Zadeh - Inventor of “fuzzy logic.” Professor Emeritus at UC Berkeley
Ali Rowghani - Former Chief Operating Officer, Twitter
Anousheh Ansari - Chairwoman, Prodea. Space traveler
Reza Aslan - Writer and Scholar of Religions, UC Riverside
Nazanin Boniadi - Actress

Complete List of Signatures (listed below in the document)

Notes:
* Many of the listed people have been supporting and financing PAAIA and the Iran Lobby Organizations for years.
* Let it be known that Iranian Hollywood Elite Liberal Millionaires Maz Jobrani, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Nazanin Boniadi, all PAAIA Event attendants have signed this letter!
* Let it be known that Shirin Neshat, Opposition Activist turned Hollywood Liberal, and Monarchist turned Iran Lobbyist had signed this letter. Stay tuned for future expose on Monarchists – Iran Lobby connection.

*


Vali Nasr
Millionaire
Academic
NIAC and PAAIA Supporter - Iran Lobby Author and Propagandist

Vali Nasr - PAAIA

Vali Nasr – PAAIA Event

Vali Nasr - Wikipedia


Ali Partovi
Millionaire
Founder and CEO Neo
Co-Founder Code.org
PAAIA Supporter

Neo
https://neo.com/

Partovi Site
https://www.partovi.org/


Hadi Partovi
Millionaire
Founder and CEO Code
Ex Advisor Facebook
PAAIA Supporter

Code
https://code.org/

Partovi Site
https://www.partovi.org/


Hadi and Ali Partovi
Partovi Brothers are of Silicon Valley Persian Mafia who dominate the Social Media and Big Tech with Pro Democrats and Pro Iran Lobby, Socialist Globalist PR.

They don’t want a free Iran, that is why IRI has been in power for 42 years because these billionaires and millionaires make money from Mullahs being in power! They have businesses in Iran and they are making profit from Iranian people’s misery and poverty! They are pillaging Iran blind!


Shahriar Afshar
Millionaire
City of San Diego Employee
City of San Diego – Iran Lobby Connection
NIAC Iran Lobbyist
PCC Iran Lobby Organization Member and Donor

Shahriar Afshar Twitter

Shahriar Afshar – Iranian American Democrats of San Diego Facebook

NIAC

PCC (Persian Cultural Center San Diego) – Iran Lobby Bank

San Diego Iran Lobby Threatens Ahreeman X
PCC Persian Cultural Center San Diego Iran Lobby Bank

Shahriar Afshar and ITA (Iranian Trade Association)

Shahriar Afshar used to be the head of the “Iranian Trade Association” (not existed today) in San Diego, California. ITA lobby group was active in the late 1990’s but has since lost its momentum. ITA Focused on trade issues only which turned out to be a weakness rather than a strength. Trade does not inspire people to get active and Shahriar Afshar was never able to expand the organization’s support base beyond a few oil companies. Eventually the oil companies also have abandoned the ITA.

Shahriar Afshar Positions and History

* San Diego City Hall – Iran Lobby Connection
* Port of San Diego Development Services Department Manager
* Director of Government Civic Relations
* City of San Diego Insider Employee
* IADSD (Iranian American Democrats of San Diego) President
* Past ITA (Iranian Trade Association) Iran Lobby Organization President
* CEO of the Afshar Group
* Afshar Family are PCC donors and members.
* NIAC Iran Lobbyist
* AIAP (Association of Iranian American Professionals) a PCC (Iran Lobby) Affiliate Group Member and Public Relations

Shahriar Afshar has 25 years of corruption, crimes and incompetence. City of San Diego’s corrupt and incompetent mayors and City Hall had put the Iran lobby in charge of San Diego’s port of entry for terrorists to enter freely to the USA. Due to Biden policies, not only the border is open but also the port of San Diego is open for the illegal aliens and the terrorists to enter. Welcome to America!

AIAP

AIAP Board of Directors

PCC Member


PAAIA Event Poster 2009
PAAIA Iran Lobby Members, Supporters and Donors
Rich Kids of Iran Lobby Gathering
Attending: Parisa Khosravi (1st left top), Hamid Biglary (1st left bottom), Maz Jobrani (3rd left bottom) and Omid Kordestani (1st right bottom)

PAAIA Event 2009

PAAIA Donors

List of some PAAIA major donors through the years


Asghar Nosrati
Millionaire
PAAIA Board of Directors
IAPAC PAAIA Board of Directors
Co-Founder AmeriCo (Oil and Gas Industry)

PAAIA Board of Directors

IAPAC

Asghar Nosrati - AmeriCo

AmeriCo (Oil and Gas Industry)

Asghar Nosrati - Americo Energy Executive and PAAIA Board TX $5,000 (2019)
Asghar Nosrati - Americo Energy Executive TX $5,000 (2018)
Asghar Nosrati - Americo Energy Executive TX $5,000 (2018)
Asghar Nosrati - Americo Energy Executive TX $2,000 (2010)
Asghar Nosrati - Americo Energy Executive TX $2,000 (2009)

Fariba Ansari – Bijan Capital Manager AZ $4,450 (2019)

Bijan Ansari – Bijan Capital Management AZ $1,250 (2019)
Bijan Ansari – Bijan Capital Management AZ $1,250 (2018)
Bijan Ansari – Bijan Capital Management AZ $1,250 (2017)
Bijan Ansari – Bijan Capital Management AZ $1,250 (2016)
Bijan Ansari – Bijan Capital Management AZ $1,250 (2015) [RINO Jeff Flake Donor]


Cyrus Amir-Mokri
Millionaire
JP Morgan/Chase General Council
Ex Obama Administration Assistant Secretary of Treasury (2011 – 2014)
PAAIA Financier - Iran Lobby Supporter

Cyrus Amir-Mokri - PAAIA

Cyrus Amir-Mokri – PAAIA Article

Cyrus Amir-Mokri - Wikipedia

Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $3,500 (2019)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,000 (2008)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $5,000 (2007) [Clinton Donor]
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $800 (2006)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,500 (2005)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,500 (2005)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,500 (2004)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,500 (2004)
Cyrus Amir-Mokri – JP Morgan/chase General Council NY $2,500 (2003)

Massih Tayebi – Bridgewest Group CEO CA $2,500 (2019) [Clinton Donor]
Massih Tayebi – Bridgewest Group CEO CA $2,500 (2017)
Massih Tayebi – Bridgewest Group CEO CA $2,500 (2016)
Massih Tayebi – Bridgewest Group CEO CA $2,500 (2015)


Sassan Ghahramani
Millionaire
IAPAC PAAIA Board of Directors
Founder and CEO of SGH Macro Advisors, LLC (Hedge Funds)

PAAIA Board of Directors

IAPAC

Sassan Ghahramani - IAPAC

SGH

Sassan Ghahramani - SGH

Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,400 (2019)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $4,900 (2018)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2015)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2015)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2008)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2008)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $5,000 (2007)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $1,000 (2006)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2005)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,000 (2004)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2004)
Sassan Ghahramani – SGH Macro Advisors LLC CT $2,500 (2003)

Khosrow Moaveni – Florida Management and Dev. Corp. President FL $1,250 (2019)
Khosrow Moaveni – Florida Management and Dev. Corp. President FL $1,250 (2019)
Khosrow Moaveni – Florida Management and Dev. Corp. President FL $1,250 (2018)
Khosrow Moaveni – Florida Management and Dev. Corp. President FL $1,250 (2015) [Jeff Flake Donor]
Khosrow Moaveni – Florida Management and Dev. Corp. President FL $1,000 (2005)


Bita Daryabari PAAIA Financier
Millionaire
Pars Equality Center Executive Director

Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $1,250 (2019)
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $1,250 (2017)
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $1,250 (2016) [Clinton Donor]
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $1,250 (2015) [Kamala Harris Donor]
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $5,000 (2008)
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $5,000 (2007) [Obama and Pelosi Donor]
Bita Daryabari – Pars Equality Center Executive Director CA $5,000 (2006)

Bahram Daryabari – Google Engineer CA $5,000 (2006)

Bijan Daryabari – Physician CA $5,000 (2006)

Nazi Fahimi – Pars Equality Center Founder CA $2,400 (2018)


Francis F Najafi
Millionaire
CEO Pivotal Group
Real Estate Tycoon
Pars Equality Center Board of Directors - PAAIA Financier

Francis F Najafi – Pars Equality Center

Pars Equality Center

Francis F Najafi - PAAIA

Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $1,000 (2019)
Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $2,500 (2019)
Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $2,500 (2018)
Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $2,500 (2017)
Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $5,000 (2014)
Francis F Najafi – Pivotal Group CEO AZ $5,000 (2013)


Soroush Richard Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO
Millionaire
PAAIA Board

Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2020)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2018)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2017)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2016)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2015)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2014)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2013) [RINO Jeff Flake Donor]
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2012) [Nancy Pelosi Donor]
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2011)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $2,500 (2010)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2008)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $2,500 (2007)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $2,500 (2007)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $5,000 (2005)
Soroush Shehabi – Washington Life Magazine CEO DC $2,500 (2003)

Nancy Bagley - Washington Life Magazine Editor in Chief DC $5,000 (2014)

Faraj Saghri – JP Morgan Region Head Banker CT $5,000 (2017)


Yousef B Javadi
Millionaire
CEO LTN Global Communications - Telecom Tycoon
PAAIA Financier

LTN Leadership

LTN

Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2019)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2019)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2018)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2018)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2016)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2015)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $5,000 (2014)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $2,000 (2010)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $4,000 (2009)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $4,000 (2008)
Yousef B Javadi – LTN Global Communications CEO DC $4,000 (2007)


Amir Kazeminia
Millionaire
CEO OCI Associates Inc.
PAAIA Board of Directors
PAAIA Financier

Amir Kazeminia - OCI

OCI

PAAIA Board of Directors

Amir Kazeminia – OCI Associates Inc. FL CEO $5,000 (2019)
Amir Kazeminia – OCI Associates Inc. FL CEO $5,000 (2019)
Amir Kazeminia – OCI Associates Inc. FL CEO $5,000 (2018)
Amir Kazeminia – OCI Associates Inc. FL CEO $1,250 (2016)


Hamid Moghadam
Millionaire
CEO of Prologis Inc. Real Estate Investment
PAAIA Financier - Iran Lobby Donor
Democrat Financier

Hamid Moghadam - Prologis

Prologis

Hamid Moghadam - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamid_Moghadam

Hamid Moghadam Political Donations 2018

Hamid Moghadam - PAAIA

Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $2,500 (2019)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $2,500 (2018)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $2,500 (2017)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $2,500 (2016)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $5,000 (2012) [RINO Mitt Romney Donor]
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $5,000 (2008)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $5,000 (2007)
Hamid R Moghadam – Prologis CEO CA $5,000 (2006)


Hamid Biglari
Millionaire
Point72 Group - Hedge Funds and Asset Management
Iran Lobby Financier
PAAIA Supporter, Financier and Donor
Nancy Pelosi Donor

Hamid Biglari - PAAIA

Hamid Biglari – Point72

Hamid Biglari Political Donations 2020

Hamid Biglari – Citicorp Vice chairman NY $2,500 (2019) [Nancy Pelosi Donor]
Hamid Biglari – Citicorp Vice chairman NY $3,300 (2012)
Hamid Biglari – Citicorp Vice chairman NY $1,800 (2011)
Hamid Biglari – Citicorp Vice chairman NY $2,000 (2008)
Hamid Biglari – Citicorp Vice chairman NY $5,000 (2007) [Clinton Donor]


Forough B Hosseini
Millionaire
VP Information Systems - ICI Homes Inc.
PAAIA Board of Directors

ICI Homes

PAAIA Board of Directors

Forough B Hosseini - PAAIA

Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,000 (2019)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $2,500 (2019)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,250 (2019)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $2,000 (2018)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,250 (2018)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,000 (2017)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $2,500 (2017)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $500 (2017)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,250 (2016)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $1,500 (2015)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $5,000 (2014)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $5,000 (2012)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $4,000 (2009)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $4,000 (2008)
Forough B Hosseini – Ici Homes Inc. VP Information Systems FL $5,000 (2007)


Jalal Farzaneh
Millionaire
Home Creations Owner
PAAIA Financier and NIAC Member

Home Creations

Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2019)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2019)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2018)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2017)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2016)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $1,250 (2015)
Jalal Farzaneh – Home Creations Owner OK $2,500 (2014) [Keith Ellison Donor]


Mohammad Farzaneh
Millionaire
Home Creations Co-Owner
PAAIA Financier and NIAC Member

Home Creations

Farzaneh Brothers – NIAC Members

Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $1,250 (2019)
Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $1,250 (2019)
Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $1,250 (2017) [Ilhan Omar Donor]
Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $1,250 (2016) [Clinton Donor]
Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $1,250 (2015)
Mohammad Farzaneh - Home Creations Co-Owner OK $2,500 (2014) [Keith Ellison Donor]

Ben Hakimian – Hakimian Holdings CEO FL $1,250 (2019)

Fred Pezeshkan – Manhattan Construction Chairman FL $5,000 (2018)
Fred Pezeshkan – Manhattan Construction Chairman FL $1,250 (2017)
Fred Pezeshkan – Manhattan Construction Chairman FL $1,500 (2014)

Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $5,000 (2018)
Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $1,250 (2016) [Clinton Donor]
Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $2,500 (2013)
Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $5,000 (2008)
Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $5,000 (2007) [Obama Donor]
Omid Kordestani – Twitter Board Member CA $5,000 (2006)

Morad Ghorban – PAAIA Director MD $1,500 (2017)


Hamid Shojaee
Millionaire
PAAIA Board of Directors
Founder of Axosoft Software
CEO of Pure Chat Software

PAAIA Board of Directors

Hamid Shojaee Site

AZ Disruptors

AZ Tech Beat

Hamid Shojaee – Pure Chat Inc. CEO AZ $1,250 (2018)

Marty Youssefiani – Caspian Renewable energy Inc. CEO $5,000 (2015)

Roshanak Ameli Tehrani – Katana Development Group Founder DC $5,000 (2016)
Roshanak Ameli Tehrani – Katana Development Group Founder DC $5,000 (2014)
Roshanak Ameli Tehrani – Katana Development Group Founder DC $5,000 (2013)

Hossein Fateh – Dupont Fabros Technology CEO DC $5,000 (2014)
Hossein Fateh – Dupont Fabros Technology CEO DC $5,000 (2013)
Hossein Fateh – Dupont Fabros Technology CEO DC $4,000 (2009)

Dalia Fateh – Homemaker DC $5,000 (2013)

Morteza Hosseini Kargar – Invest Construction Inc. CEO FL $5,000 (2011)
Morteza Hosseini Kargar – Invest Construction Inc. CEO FL $4,000 (2010)

Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $5,000 (2009)
Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $5,000 (2008)
Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $5,000 (2007)
Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $5,000 (2005)
Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $2,500 (2004)
Hassan Nemazee – PAAIA Founder and Namazee Capital CEO NY $500 (2003)
[Big Democrat Donor went to prison for bank fraud and corruption]


Sheila Nemazee
Millionaire
PAAIA Iran Lobbyist and Donor
Hassan Nemazee (PAAIA Founder and Bank Fraudster) Ex Wife

Sheila Nemazee – PAAIA Iran Lobbyist and Founder’s Wife NY $5,000 (2008)
Sheila Nemazee – PAAIA Iran Lobbyist and Founder’s Wife NY $5,000 (2007)
Sheila Nemazee – PAAIA Iran Lobbyist and Founder’s Wife NY $5,000 (2005)
Sheila Nemazee – PAAIA Iran Lobbyist and Founder’s Wife NY $2,000 (2004)

Behrooz A Ramesh – Sabco Oil and Gas Corp. TX $4,000 (2008)

Note:
* Some PAAIA donors donated more than one donation per year.

For more information on Silicon Valley Iranian Americans:

Silicon Valley Iranian American Billionaires and Millionaires


Mohammad and Jalal Farzaneh
Farzaneh Brothers of Oklahoma are builders and steady financiers of PAAIA Iran Lobby Organization

AIC (American Iranian Council) the Original Iran Lobby Group


Hooshang Amirahmadi
Millionaire
Iran Lobbyist
Founder and President of AIC

Hooshang Amirahmadi Site

AIC Board of Directors

AIC


Mohsen Movaghar
Millionaire
CEO West Point Capital
AIC Board of Directors

Mohsen Movaghar - AIC

AIC


John Jahangir Ghaznavi
Millionaire
CEO Apex Resources Inc. (Oil Industry)
Past AIC Board of Directors
Past CEO of Ghaznavi Investments, Inc.
Seeks Large Oil Contracts

John Jahangir Ghaznavi – Apex Resources Inc.

Apex Resources Inc. (Oil Industry)

AIC


Shireen Hunter
Millionaire
Past AIC Board of Directors
Past CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies)

AIC

Iran Lobby Propagandists

These so-called journalists, provide a tribune, promote and propagate for the pro appeasement policy and the Iran Lobby in USA. They are the Mainstream Media, Liberal Democrat, Iran Lobby PR girls!


Parisa Khosravi
Millionaire
Journalist and Former CNN Executive
Past Sr. VP for CNN International
PAAIA and NIAC Supporter
Iran Lobby Propagandist
Pro Reformist Fraction of IRI and Pro Appeasement of IRI

Parisa Khosravi - CNN

Parisa Khosravi Site

Parisa Khosravi – PAAIA Event 2009

Parisa Khosravi – PAAIA Event 2013


Christiane Amanpour
Millionaire
CNN Chief International Anchor and Journalist
PAAIA and NIAC Supporter
Iran Lobby Propagandist
Pro Reformist Fraction of IRI and Pro Appeasement of IRI

Christiane Amanpour – CNN Chief International Anchor

Christiane Amanpour - Facebook

Christiane Amanpour – PAAIA Event 2011

Christiane Amanpour – PAAIA Event 2011 Doc 2


Christiane Amanpour (Iran Lobby CNN PR Girl) Interviews Javad Zarif (IRI Foreign Minister)
CNN is a tribune for Anti-America Socialists, Communists and Islamists including Iran Lobby. When Javad Zarif used to be in charge of the IRI Protection Office in Washington DC and he co-created the Iran Lobby in USA, Ahreeman X the founder of IPC used to expose him wide in IPC but Zarif used to e-mail Ahreeman X and wish him Happy Nowruz Persian New Year! Javad Zarif is a cleaver politician and a weasel IRI Propagandist!


Christiane Amanpour (Iran Lobby CNN PR Girl) with Mohammad Khatami (IRI Ex-President)
Christian Amanpour’s job is to provide good PR for the Iran Lobby. Is there any wonder why so many Iran Lobby Agents work at CNN or are Guest Contributors at CNN?
Look at Christiane Amanpour’s Big Smile, so happy to see Khatami again! Back in Tehran visit, Mullahs showered Christiane Amanpour with Jewels, Persian Carpets, Persian Handmade Gifs and other goods. Mullahs take care of their PR Girl in DC!


Christiane Amanpour (Iran Lobby CNN PR Girl) interviews Mohammad Khatami (IRI Ex-President)
Look at Christian Amanpour’s climatic, orgasmic big smile for her Mullah Master!


PAAIA Event Poster 2011
Iran Lobby Rich Kids at DC
Iran Lobby Members, Supporters, Donors, PR Boys and Girls Gala
Christiane Amanpour (Iran Lobby CNN PR Girl) amongst the other guests such as Nazanin Boniadi (Iran Lobby Hollywood PR Girl), Vali Nasr (Iran Lobby Academic PR Boy), Anousheh Ansari (Iran Lobby Financier and Space Tripster), and Ramin Asgard (VOA Voice of CIA Ex-Director). They partied down all night long, celebrating Iran Lobby’s success, while you lived your miserable life holding 2 or 3 jobs in Iran, making ends meet! They rallied against sanctions and confrontation to free Iran while you dreamt of sanctions and confrontation to end Mullahs’ reign in Iran! These are your Iranian American Billionaire and Millionaire Dirt Bags in bed with the Mullahs!

Our Battle with Iran Lobby

We have been at war with Iran Lobby since the creation of IPC. This is a justified battle to save our culture, history, roots and integrity. Our fight is noble and honorable because we are fighting for the survival of the Persian Culture. Iran Lobby is fighting to appease, prolong and preserve the Mullah’s Regime of IRI. We are fighting for Iranian Nationalism, they are fighting for money and power, wheeling and dealing with Islamic Republic of Iran. Iran Politics Club fights to establish Freedom, Secularism, Federalism, Human Rights and Democracy in Iran. We are fighting for the Iranian people. Iran Lobby fights to conserve the Islamist Terrorist Regime! Fighting for one’s roots, for the survival of an 8000-year-old Persian Culture, the mother culture of the globe, is a noble cause. We shall fight this war forever.

8000 Years of Iranian History!

These were only major Iran Lobby players. There are plenty more pawns which we did not talk about them. There is no shortage of Iran Lobby Agents, IRI Agents, Iranian Spies and Terrorists in USA; there are plenty more coming in legally or illegally via Biden Open Borders on daily basis!

Fight the Power!

More Power to All Freedom Fighters of Iran and American Patriots

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