Translation of Khomeini of Iran fifty year plan to disrupt the lands of the Muslims and slowly turn them away from following the sunnah.
When Khomeini came to power in 1979 he designed a plan: Take over Iraq- that’s already been done… Take over Bahrain Take over Kuwait Take over the East side of Saudi Arabia Take over UAE Take over Oman Take over Qatar Take over the rest of Saudi Arabia. This is Khomeini’s 50 year plan: “If we are not able to export our revolution to neighboring Islamic countries, then undoubtedly the culture of these countries, mixed with Western culture, will attack and conquer us.” Thanks to God and after centuries of brave sacrifice of the nation of the 12 imams in Iran, we are now – according to the revered Shia leaders’ guidance – carrying a heavy and dangerous responsibility: that is, the exportation of revolution. Based on that, we have to admit that our government, besides its mission in keeping the sovereignty of this country and the people’s rights, is an ideological government. We must make the exportation of the revolution one of our top priorities. But because of the international status quo and international laws – as generally agreed upon – we cannot export the revolution without facing grave and disastrous consequences. After three sessions with the semi-consensus of the attendees and committee members, we have implemented a five-year plan, including five stages, each stage lasting 10 years, by which to export our Islamic revolution to neighboring countries with the initial aim of unifying Islam. This is because the danger we are facing from the Wahhabi rulers and those of Sunni descent is much larger than the danger posed by the East and West because they – the Wahhabis and Sunnis – resist our movement and are the fundamental enemies of the clergy’s guardianship (Wilayat al-Faqih) and the impeccable imams, to the extent that they consider embracing the Shia sect as a religious sect and as a constitution for the country as a matter contrary to custom and Sharia. Therefore they are dividing Islam into two opposing branches. Accordingly, we must increase our influence over the Sunni territories inside Iran, and especially in the border towns, and increase the number of mosques and Husseiniat and ceremonies of creed more than before. We must provide the atmosphere in the cities that are inhabited by 90-100% Sunnis until scores of Shia are deported from cities and villages of the interior of the country to live and work in these border towns forever. The nation and governmental circles must provide direct protection to these settlers in order to take over the management of cities and social and cultural centers that have previously been controlled by Sunni citizens. The plan we drew up to export the revolution – in order to avert any reaction from world superpowers – will utilize money that will not be spent without benefit. The way to establish the pillars of the state: We know that establishing the pillars of each state and sustaining a nation is based on three foundations: First: the power possessed by the governing authority; Second: the learning and knowledge of the scholars and researchers; Third: the economy, which is concentrated in the hands of business leaders. If we can shake the government by inciting conflict between rulers and scholars and disperse capital in these countries and attract capital from their country to ours, we would undoubtedly be very successful because we would cause them to lose these three pillars. Regarding the rest of the people, who form 70-80% of the population of each country, they are just followers of power and influence and they are indulged in their way of life earning their livings and providing themselves with shelter. This is why they defend those in power. In order to get to the roof of a house one must begin by stepping on the first rung of the ladder. Our Sunni and Wahhabi neighbors are Turkey, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and some of the Emirates to the south at the entrance of the Persian Gulf that appear to be united on the surface, but the facts are different. For this exact region has a huge impact on the past and the present as it is considered the throat of the earth due to the oil in the region. There is no place in the world as delicate as this region, and their rulers, because of the sale of this oil, have the potential for a better life. The populations of these regions are divided into three sects: 1) The Bedouin who have been there for hundreds of years. 2) Those who have immigrated from islands and ports which are considered part of our land today. Their immigration began in the era of Isamal al Safawi and continued through the eras of Nader Shah and Karim Khan Zind and the rulers of the Gajar and Bahlawi families, and there was some dispersed immigration at the beginning of the Islamic Revolution. 3) Those from other Arab countries and cities of Iran’s interior. Trade, and the importing and exporting of goods, as well as construction of buildings is generally controlled by non-citizens; people living in the interior make their living by renting buildings and buying and selling land, while the relatives of those with influence live on salaries earned from the selling of oil. Most of the citizens of those countries are indulging in a socially and culturally corrupt lifestyle and other acts that are openly contrary to Islam. Many of these people are concerned only with purchasing apartments and shares in factories, depositing the capital in Europe and the United States, and especially in Japan, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Switzerland in fear of the future devastation of their countries. The control of these countries means the control of the world. To implement the prepared 50-year plan we must, at the outset, foster our relations with our neighboring countries. There must be mutual respect, strong relations, and friendship between us to the degree that our relations will improve even after the war with Iraq and Saddam Hussein’s downfall: the fall of 1000 friends is a much easier burden to bear than the fall of one of our enemies. With good cultural, political and economic relations between us, many Iranians will immigrate to those countries and through them we can send agents who are apparently immigrants but who, in reality, are working for our regime. Their jobs will be determined as we enlist them into service by sending them abroad. The influence of our sect, which is enjoyed to some extent in these countries and their circles, was not a plan for just one or two days. Do not think that 50 years is a long time. Our revolution needes a plan that lasts 20 years, and our sect must enjoy a certain amount of influence in many countries and circles. At that time we did not have any employees or ministers or deputies or rulers, even the Wahhabis, Shafi’ieh, Hanabi, Maliki, Hambali groups were considering us as apostates, and some of the followers of these sects killed the Shia repeatedly. It is true that we did not exist at that time, but our grandfathers did, and our lives today are the fruit of their thoughts, opinions and efforts. Maybe we will not be here in the future, but our revolution and sect will remain. That is enough to be committed to this creed to sacrifice life, bread, and what we hold dear; but it is also important to have a well-studied program. We are committed to making plans not for 50 years, but for 500. We are the inheritors of millions of martyrs who have been killed by the Islamist devils (Sunnis). Their blood flows through history since the time of the death of the Prophet. The blood that has been spilled did not dry, and it will not dry until all Muslims believe in Ali and the Prophet’s family and admit the mistakes of the grandfathers and that Shiism is an ingrained inheritance of Islam. Important stages along our way: In the first stage, we do not have a problem spreading our creed in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Iraq and Bahrain. We will make the 10-year plan the first plan in those five countries. That is why it is the responsibility of our immigrant – who are really agents – to carry out the three responsibilities they are charged with: 1) To buy land, houses, and apartments, find jobs and provide the necessities to the sons of our creed and live in these homes, and to increase their numbers. 2) To form relations and friendships with business leaders, factory managers, etc., and especially with businessmen, commercial leaders, and famous people and others who enjoy influence in government circles. 3) In these countries there are scattered villages that are still under construction. There are plans to build scores of villages and small towns where none exist. Agents arriving in the form of immigrants to these countries must buy as many houses in these villages as possible and then sell them at a reasonable price to those who have sold their properties in the city centers. In this way control will be removed from those in densely populated towns and cities. In the second stage, we must spur the people (Shia) to respect and obey the laws and those who enforce them, as well as government employees; they must obtain official license for their creed and sectarian sermons, building mosques and Husainiat, licenses that will be regarded in the future as official documents. To start businesses and become self-employed they must think of places with a highly dense population to spread their businesses in targeted locations. The person must, in these two stages, seek the nationality of the country he is living in by taking advantage of friends and giving valuable presents; furthermore, they must encourage the youth to work in government sectors and enlist in the military. In the second half of the 10-year plan we must secretly and indirectly agitate the Sunnis and the Wahhabi scholars against social corruption and those acts in opposition to Islam that prevail in these countries by distributing critical pamphlets from other countries in the name of the religious authorities. Undoubtedly, this will cause the agitation of scores of people in these countries. In the end those religious leaders will be arrested or they will say that what has been written in their names are lies. These pious people will defend those pamphlets rigorously and suspicious acts will take place leading to an edict either to seize their authority or replace them. These acts will result in mistrust between the rulers and the pious in the country; therefore they will not be able to spread religion and build mosques and other religious buildings. The leaders will consider religious sermons rhetoric and celebrations of creed as acts opposed to their regimes. Furthermore, it will increase the grudges and alienations between religious scholars and rulers. Even Sunnis and Wahhabis will lose the protection of their interior centers, and they will not have external protection at all. In the third stage, when our agents have established good relations with the business leaders, the military and executive powers and are doing their jobs quietly and with good manners and not interfering in religious actions, the result will be that their rulers will be reassured by these people more than previously. When disagreement arises between religious leaders and rulers, our famous scholars from this country will at that moment disclose their loyalty and defend the members of their countries, especially during the sermons of the creed and presents Shiism as a creed that does not pose a threat to religion. If they can declare that to the people through the media they should not hesitate to attract the attention of the rulers and get their approval so that they will give them good jobs without fear at this stage. Because of this transformation that will take place in our ports and islands and in other cities in the country, and with the funds we will invest, we will implement plans to strike a blow to the economy of neighboring countries. Undoubtedly the business leaders, for the sake of gaining safe profits and economic stability, will send all their funds to our country, and when we make others free in their businesses and the banking funds are in our country, the result will be that their countries will welcome our citizens and give them economic facilities by which to invest. When we reach the fourth stage, everything will be ready. We have before us countries whose scholars and rulers have disagreements, and whose merchants are about to become bankrupt and are leaving their countries. The people are disturbed and ready to sell their properties at half price in order to be able to leave the country for safer places. In the middle of this chaos, our agents and immigrants will be considered the only protectors of rule and authority. All of our agents by being alert enough will take the most important jobs in the civil, military and government sectors, shrinking the gaps between them and government established rulers. From such a location we are able to easily point to the loyalists in government as traitors. All of this will result in their downfall and eliminating them to be replaced with our agents. This job has two positive results: 1) our agents will gain the trust of the rulers to an extent greater than previously; and 2) the discontent of the Sunnis towards the ruler will increase due to an increase in the Shia in government circles. Because of this, Sunnis will carry out more acts of resistance, and during this phase our agents must stand by the rulers and call for calm and reconciliation. At the same time, the agents will buy the houses and properties of those about to flee. At the fifth stage of the plan, the final ten years of the 50 years, the atmosphere will be ready for revolution, because we will have achieved the three elements of security, calm and comfort. The authority will look like a ship amid a typhoon, about to sink. At that time it will accept any suggestions for survival. In this period we will suggest, through famous people, the formation of a popular assembly to calm the situation and aid the rulers in monitoring these circles, as well as keeping discipline in the country. Undoubtedly they will accept this suggestion and our candidates will win the majority of the seats. This will result in the flight of merchants and scholars, and even the loyal servants; thus we can export our Islamic Revolution to many countries without waging wars or shedding blood. If the plan does not bear fruit and give us power in the last ten years, we could create a popular revolution and strip power from their rulers. Even if apparently our elements – Shiites – are citizens and inhabitants of this country, nevertheless at that time we will be able to say that we fulfilled our responsibility before God and our creed. It is not our target to put one person in control of power. Our target is merely to export the revolution, and by then we can raise the banner of this Godly religion. We will go forward to the world of infidels with more strength and grace the world with the light of Islam and Shiism until the coming of Al Mahdi Al Mawoud. [Source: http://www.bahrainviews.com/?p=2619]