The following summary, with extensive links, highlights the
major evidence that suggests western intelligence agencies are
aiding in stirring up unrest inside Iran as part of a "color
revolution" to foment regime change.
Corporate-controlled media mouthpieces had already
declared Mousavi the winner even before the people of Iran had
had an opportunity to cast their vote. When the result turned
out to be contrary to their perceived wisdom, it was immediately
denounced as “rigged”. It seems even Mousavi had
fallen for this propaganda because as soon as the polls closed,
he told a press conference in Tehran that he had “won”.
How he could make such a claim when no results had come in?
The news of alleged election fraud has spread
through Tehran like wildfire, pitching ayatollah Rafsanjani’s
supporters against ayatollah Khamenei’s in street confrontations.
This chaotic situation is secretly stirred by the CIA which
has been spreading confusion by flooding Iranians with contradicting
SMS messages and Twitter feeds. The temporary loss of the mobile
phone network in Iran during the announcement of the election
results, was blamed
on the government.
Sites belonging to Iranian news agencies, President
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah
Ali Khamenei, were knocked off-line with tools designed to barrage
these websites with traffic. The media blamed activists opposed
to the Iranian government. The temporary loss of access to websites
such as Facebook
and Youtube and Iranian
news websites, during announcement of the election results
was blamed on the government.
The Western media supported the opposition’s
claims by focusing the news on opposition rallies and demonstrations
against Ahmadinejad, while ignoring the pro-Ahmadinejad rallies
which were on some occasions much bigger. The BBC was so desperate
to push the pro-Mousavi cause, it claimed that pictures of a
massive pro-Ahmadinejad rally were of a pro-Mousavi rally. A
retraction followed after we pointed out the grossly misleading
claim.Iran’s Foreign Ministry
spokesman, Hassan Qashqavi, said
Monday that some European countries and the US have played
a major role in provoking the post-election violence that killed
scores of people in the past few days.
It is sincerely creepy to watch master globalist
criminal Henry Kissinger call for an invasion of Iran in this
BBC new clip. Herr Kissinger says that if the color revolution
fails — and it is now obvious the protests in Iran are
orchestrated by the CIA and the usual “democracy”
NGO suspects — an outside alternative will have to be
used in the name of “regime change,” in other words
shock and awe à la Baghdad.
Military, intelligence, and congressional sources
say a secret war is being vamped to bring down the current Iranian
leadership. This involves funding anti-government terrorist
groups inside Iran, such as Jundullah and the MEK/MKO.
On May 23, 2007, Brian Ross and Richard Esposito
reported on ABC News: “The CIA has received secret presidential
approval to mount a covert “black” operation to
destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials
in the intelligence community tell ABC News.”
Recently, Congress voted $120 million for anti-regime
media broadcasts into Iran and $60-75 million in funding for
opposition, violent underground Marxists and restive ethnic
groups such as Azeris, Kurds and Arabs under the "Iran
to by Obama, in 1953 the CIA and MI6 carried out Operation
Ajax (officially TP-AJAX), a covert operation by the United
Kingdom and the United States to remove the democratically elected
nationalist cabinet of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh
from power, to support the Pahlavi dynasty and consolidate the
power of Mohammed Reza Pahlavi in order to preserve the Western
control of Iran's hugely lucrative oil infrastructure.
The ousting was achieved by means of staged bombings and shootings
which were blamed on the Iranian government in order to antagonize
the population and enable the coup.
During the coup, the CIA also bribed Iranian government officials,
businessmen, and reporters, and paid Iranians to demonstrate
in the streets.
After installing the Shah Globalists like Henry Kissinger opened
the door for Iran to develop sophisticated nuclear energy
programs which laid the foundation for today's crisis. Twenty
three reactors were built with the help of American corporations
like General Electric and Westinghouse.
Prominent Iranian political science professor,
Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh, has emphasized that Iran and the US signed
an agreement in 1978 which allowed Tehran to seek nuclear technology
in order to meet its future energy demands but no one now talks
about the agreement. He has also asserted that Zionists in Israel
in co-operation with neoconservatives in the US have intentionally
been trying to divide Iran for decades.
Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh reveals how
the neocons convened around Dick Cheney and brainstormed ways
to kick off World War IV, as they fondly call their pet project
to take out the Muslims and foment a contrived “clash
The New Yorker magazine reported that Barnett Rubin, the highly
respected Afghanistan expert at New York University, had a conversation
with a member of a top neoconservative institution in Washington,
who told him that "instructions" had been passed on
from the Office of the Vice-President to roll out a campaign
for war with Iran in the week after Labor Day.
U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups are routinely deployed
to the Gulf in order to send a clear signal to Iran that they
will be crushed if they continue to defy the wishes of the US
government by enriching uranium.
A respected American Journalist accused a Pentagon spokesman
of falsifying events surrounding the encounter between Iranian
patrol boats and a US navy vessel in the Strait of Hormuz, which
was eventually labeled a "provocation" by the White