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And thus, all the people gave up the worship of murder and became Zarathustrians.
This is the Bible of the Zarathustrians and of their modern representatives, the Parsees, who flourish for the most part in Bombay.
The gist: You Randian Zarathustrians, you are a lot of fun at DC cocktail parties, but now you are legitimizing a racist backlash against my party-in-chief, Obama, and, thusly, you have lost your usefulness.
On the question whether or not the Achaemenian kings of Persia, Cyrus I., and so forth, were Zarathustrians, see "Century