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    Another astonishing report on IRAN's present Crisis

    READ & AGAIN KNOW WHO THE REAL ENEMY IS

    Stephen Kinzerís book, All the Shahís Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror, tells the story of the overthrow of Iranís democratically-elected leader, Mohammed Mosaddeq, by the CIA and the British MI6 in 1953. The CIA bribed Iranian government officials, businessmen, and reporters, and paid Iranians to demonstrate in the streets.

    The 1953 street demonstrations, together with the Cold War claim that the US had to grab Iran before the Soviets did, served as the US governmentís justification for overthrowing Iranian democracy. What the Iranian people wanted was not important.

    Today, the street demonstrations in Tehran show signs of orchestration. The protesters, primarily young people, especially young women opposed to the dress codes, carry signs written in English: "Where is My Vote?" The signs are intended for the western mediaónot for the Iranian government.

    More evidence of orchestration is provided by the protestersí chant, "death to the dictator, death to Ahmadinejad." Every Iranian knows that the president of Iran is a public figure with limited powers. His main role is to take the heat from the governing grand Ayatollah. No Iranian, and no informed Westerner, could possibly believe that Ahmadinejad is a dictator. Even Ahmadinejadís superior, Khamenei, is not a dictator, as he is appointed by a government body that can remove him.

    The demonstrations, like those in 1953, are intended to discredit the Iranian government and to establish for Western opinion that the government is a repressive regime that does not have the support of the Iranian people. This manipulation of opinion sets up Iran as another Iraq ruled by a dictator who must be overthrown by sanctions or an invasion.

    On American TV, the protesters who are interviewed speak perfect English. They are either westernized secular Iranians who were allied with the Shah and fled to the West during the 1978 Iranian revolution or they are the young Westernized residents of Tehran.

    Many of the demonstrators may be sincere in their protest, hoping to free themselves from Islamic moral codes. But if reports of the US governmentís plans to destabilize Iran are correct, paid troublemakers are in their ranks.

    Some observers, such as George Friedman, believe that the American destabilization plan will fail. However, many ayatollahs feel animosity toward Ahmadinejad, who assaults the ayatollahs for corruption. Many in the Iranian countryside believe that the ayatollahs have too much wealth and power. Amadinejadís attack on corruption resonates with the Iranian countryside, but not with the ayatollahs.

    Amadinejadís campaign against corruption has brought Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri out against him. Montazeri is a rival to ruling Ayatollah Khamenei. Montazeri sees in the street protests an opportunity to challenge Khamenei for the leadership role.

    So, once again, as so many times in history, the ambitions of one person might seal the fate of the Iranian state.

    Khamenei knows that the elected president is an underling. If he has to sacrifice Ahmadinejadís election in order to fend off Montazeri, he might recount the vote and elect Mousavi, thinking that will bring an end to the controversy.


     


    Khamenei, solving his personal problem, would play into the hands of the American-Israeli assault on his country.

    On the surface, the departure of Ahmadeinjad would cost Israel and the US the loss of their useful "anti-Semitic" boggy-man. But in fact it would play into the American-Israeli propaganda. The story would be that the remote, isolated, Iranian ruling Ayatollah was forced by the Iranian people to admit the falsity of the rigged election, calling into question rule by Ayatollahs who do not stand for election.

    Mousavi and Ayatollah Montazeri are putting their besieged country at risk. Possibly they believe that ridding Iran of Ahmadeinjadís extreme image would gain Iran breathing room.

    If Mousavi and Montazeri succeed in their ambitions, one likely result would be a loss in Iranís independence. The new rulers would have to continually defend Iranís new moderate and reformist image by giving in to American demands. If the government admits to a rigged election, the legitimacy of the Iranian Revolution would be called into question, setting up Iran for more US interference in its internal affairs.

    For the American neoconservatives, democratic countries are those countries that submit to Americaís will, regardless of their form of government. "Democracy" is achieved by America ruling through puppet officials.

    The American public might never know whether the Iranian election was legitimate or stolen. The US media serves as a propaganda device, not as a purveyor of truth. Election fraud is certainly a possibility--it happens even in America--and signs of fraud have appeared. Large numbers of votes were swiftly counted, which raises the question whether votes were counted or merely a result was announced.

    The US mediaís response to the election was equally rapid. Having invested heavily in demonizing Ahmadinejad, the media is unwilling to accept election results that vindicate Ahmadinejad and declared fraud in advance of evidence, despite the pre-election poll results published in the June 15 Washington Post, which found Ahmadinejad to be the projected winner.

    There are many American interest groups that have a vested interest in the charge that the election was rigged. What is important to many Americans is not whether the election was fair, but whether the winnerís rhetoric is allied with their goals.

    For example, those numerous Americans who believe that both presidential and congressional elections were stolen during the Karl Rove Republican years are tempted to use the Iranian election protests to shame Americans for accepting the stolen Bush elections.

    Feminists take the side of the "reformer" Mousavi.

    Neoconservatives damn the election for suppressing the "peace candidate" who might acquiescent to Israelís demands to halt the development of Iranian nuclear energy.

    Ideological and emotional agendas result in people distancing themselves from factual and analytical information, preferring instead information that fits with their material interests and emotional disposition.

    The primacy of emotion over fact bids ill for the future. The extraordinary attention given to the Iranian election suggests that many American interests and emotions have a stake in the outcome.



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    i wonder that there are so much information about this issue, that american/england are involved, why the protesters are still unaware from the conspiracy.....................


    in fact people don't think with their own minds these days. we listen to the media , we believe on media. and world western media is misguiding them.

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    exactly admin.. and i believe whatever is on media is 90 percent wrong and misleading....

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    I dont think only media is responsible,
    "The CIA bribed Iranian government officials, businessmen, and reporters, and paid Iranians to demonstrate in the streets."

    conditions like this are always there, its not only CIA and iran, it also applies to political parties of other countries too...

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    yea they r also culprits... and i think CIA and Other agnecies hire these political parties.....

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    political parties do it for their own benefit...

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    yea...

    wo kia kehtey hain

    gher k bheydi....

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    hahahahaaa....

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