Fact-checking about Khomeini

Your post said:

“However, did you know that Ayatollah Khomeini, the leader of the Iranian revolution, was actually of British-Indian heritage and the son of a British Petroleum employee?  The Rothschild-owned BP was then known as Anglo-Iranian Oil.”

A basic fact check will tell you that Khomeini’s father died in 1903.  And he wasn’t British.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British%E2%80%93Ruhollah_Khomeini_conspiracy_theory

Also, Anglo-Iranian Oil wasn’t founded until 1908.

Apart from the factual inaccuracies, I enjoy your fantasy fiction.

Cheers,
—S


Hello,

We are dealing with an Internet that is increasingly full of disinformation.  Maybe the Wikipedia version of history you cite is right, maybe not.  If I had more resources available, I could send somebody to check the paper birth records.  For now, I will just post your comment and let readers decide for themselves.

In any case, apart from the link I posted as evidence for the claim about Khomeini, my sources in the Iranian royal family have long claimed Khomeini was a Rothschild agent sent to overthrow them.

—BF

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Fantasy Fiction? Apparently that person Ben is living in the darkness. How can anyone not see the truth out there is a mystery to me. However, before I woke up in 2016 I had no idea either.

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Wikipedia is not the Encyclopedia Britannica or Funk & Wagnalls!

It’s the internet version of “pop rocks” candy for children!