|A programme organised by the external affairs office of the Baha'i community of Ireland|
From left to right: Karen McHugh, Donnah Vuma, Tom Reichental, Payam Akhavan, Sharon Murphy, Ann O'Sullivan.
|Omna Sreeni Ong (from Petaling Jaya), the Malaysian Baha'i community's Director of External Affairs|
|Nilakshi Rajkhowa and Baha'i External Affairs office bearers meet with BJP leader Shyam Jaju in New Delhi, India|
You might remember a post from a few weeks ago titled: "Open letter from 50 business leaders calls on Tehran to stop persecuting Baha’i businesses" being propagated by the Baha'i propaganda website: http://iranpresswatch.org
It is obvious that 50 businesses won't magically gather together and sign an open letter. I had stated in that topic that
"The Businesses have signed this letter due to intense amounts of Baha'i lobbying, presumably using biased statements and exaggeration of facts."
This has finally been confirmed. Two days ago, the Baha'i cult Universal House of Justice of the Haifan order, officially sent the following email to the National Spiritual Assemblies of the Bahá’ís of Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United State:
Ordering them to find companies that are doing business in Iran and ... read for yourselves:
"You are asked to request your Offices of External Affairs to identify such companies— in collaboration with relevant government agencies, like-minded groups and other non-governmental organizations—and to develop strategies to approach them with a view to learn about their commitment to ethical standards in their businesses in Iran. As they gain greater insight into the social reality in that country, they will come to appreciate that these standards should include, for instance, eschewing any form of discrimination in their employment practices or their treatment of employees, be it against women or minorities. In this context the economic oppression of the Bahá’ís by the government of Iran can be brought to their attention. As these companies may naturally be looking to recruit hard-working, skilled and honest Iranian individuals to assist in establishing their businesses in Iran, the history of discrimination against graduates of the Bahá’í Institute for Higher Education could be explained to them."
Gathering intelligence on companies doing business in Iran in the name of Baha'i rights... brainwashing those companies into believing exaggerated stories about what happens to Baha'is in Iran... encourage them to speak out against Iran and use it for propaganda purposes...
The letter continues:
"Alongside the actions of your Offices of External Affairs, the Bahá’í International Community United Nations Office will be undertaking complementary initiatives at the international level."
You see Baha'is do not meddle in political affairs /s
And finally if you haven't realized where the information goes, and this is what greatly troubles me:
"Kindly keep the Universal House of Justice and the Bahá’í International Community United Nations Office apprised of the outcome of your ongoing endeavours."
The info goes directly to the Baha'i UHJ in Israel and we all definitely know that under no circumstances will it be shared with some Intelligence groups or enemies...