Monday, June 22, 2009

Made in the USA

posted by The Vidiot @ 1:12 PM Permalink

It's obvious that the West has had something to do with the mess in Iran.
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.
(Another analysis can be found here.)

Also, if you read Obama's speech on the issue,
The Iranian government must understand that the world is watching. We mourn each and every innocent life that is lost. We call on the Iranian government to stop all violent and unjust actions against its own people. The universal rights to assembly and free speech must be respected, and the United States stands with all who seek to exercise those rights.
it really does sound like the US had something to do with it. It seems like so much grandstanding. "The world is watching" indeed.

But my favorite denial of all time comes from Feinstein.
Senator Dianne Feinstein, who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, said officials responsible for US clandestine operations had given assurances that they had not interfered in the Iranian elections or the ensuing protests.

"I don't think our intelligence candidly is that good," she told CNN.
It's not that the CIA is competent enough to orchestrate such a thing. They're not. BUT they have been known to stumble into a few things. Throw enough crap up against the wall and something is bound to stick. And, oddly, the country they've had the most luck with outside of Latin America is Iran.

UPDATE: Wow, it really is beginning to look like 1953.
Iran's one-time crown prince Reza Pahlavi said Monday that week-long protests in his country were supported by much of the military and clerical establishment and could end up bringing down the entire Islamic government. Pahlavi, who has sought an end to the Islamic regime since his father was deposed in the 1979 revolution, said he had sources within the military and intelligence that were ready to switch sides.

"It's almost a revolutionary climate," an at-times teary-eyed Pahlavi told reporters in Washington. "Let me assure you, (the movement) will not die because we will not let it die."
Here comes the Shah, here comes the Shah...

UDPATE 2: This seals it for me. This whole thing in Iraq is totally being fabricated and managed by the CIA/Neocons types.
The defeat of the movement protesting the outcome of presidential elections 10 days ago would not only threaten global stability but could lead to nuclear war, Pahlavi told a news conference here.
Of course, if you don't let them win, then there will be a nuclear war. Now, where have we heard that before???? Hmmmm, let me think....Oh, now I remember.



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