Friday, June 5, 2009

Iran's Vice President educated in Iowa

Anyone still in doubt that Iran is part of the unholy Jesuit/world elite puppet masters should connect the following dots.  Here's some we won't hear on the msm. -Lisa

"Parviz Davoodi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Parviz Davoodi (Persian: پرويز داوودي, Parviz Dâvudi) (born 1952 in Tehran) is the current First Vice President of Iran (since September 11, 2005). He is also an economist at Shahid Beheshti University. Although President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is known to have conservative ideals, Dr. Davoodi teaches liberal economic perspectives in his classrooms at Shahid Beheshti University. It is believed that his economic ideas are highly influenced by modern economic theory. He is for free markets and open economies.

He holds a PhD in Economics from Iowa State University He often refers to President Ahmadenijad as the world's "bite size leader against king size Western corruption."


and check out who's running First Persia Equity Fund: (

" Mr. Fazlollah Moazzami
  Moazzami has been appointed as Chief Investment Officer of the Investment Manager. Mr. Moazzami has been a professional fund manager for nearly 30 years. For the last 14 years, Mr. Moazzami has been managing portfolios investing in the Tehran stock market on behalf of the Investment Management Company of Bank Melli of which he was until recently managing director. In his former position, Mr. Moazzami was responsible for the management of portfolios with an aggregate value of $1 billion investing in the Iranian listed and unlisted securities markets. Mr Moazzami was recently promoted to the position of Managing Director of BMIIC. Mr. Moazzami is almost certainly the most experienced portfolio manager in the Iranian market today. Prior to taking up career managing money in Iran, Mr. Moazzami was a portfolio manager in the USA for 13 years, working with Merrill Lynch, AG Edwards and EF Hutton. Mr. Moazzami holds a Master's degree in Accounting from Ohio State University; and  
   2.Stephen Austen
  Mr. Austen is Managing Director of the Investment Manager and serves as a director of the Fund. Mr. Austen's career in financial services spans 25 years and included assignments for JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Calyon. Mr. Austen's experience covers most areas of investment banking including capital markets, equity trading, private equity and credit analysis. Mr. Austen has throughout his career endeavoured to provide GCC investors with innovative financial products. Notably, Mr. Austen was the originator of The Dragon Fund, the first exclusively GCC fund targeted at investment in Asia which Mr. Austen co-established in 1989. Mr. Austen's involvement in the Iranian financial markets stretches back to 1983 when he was appointed by Lloyds Bank to re-open its representative office in Tehran. Most recently, Mr. Austen was the founding Managing Director and Chief Executive of Future Bank B.S.C., the Islamic Republic's first overseas banking venture since 1979. Mr. Austen holds a Bachelors degree in Oriental Studies from Oxford University and has been accredited by the FSA, the New York Stock Exchange, the Central Bank of Bahrain and the DFSA; "

Thanks to Bea for the above exposure!


"Fear not [there is nothing to fear], for I am with you; do not look around you in terror and be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen and harden you to difficulties, yes, I will help you; yes, I will hold you up and retain you with My [victorious] right hand of rightness and justice" (Isaiah 41:10, AMP).
"Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up" (Gal. 6:9).
"Lift up your heads…that the King of glory may come in" (Psalm 24:7, AMP).
"Call on Me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall honor and glorify Me" (Psalm 50:15)
"Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things" (Col. 3:1-2).

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