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Iran Riots an Extension of the US-Israeli Covert War against the Islamic Republic of Iran

Small protests against President Rohani’s neoliberal policies and Iran Deal that the West failed to uphold, and the economic hardships caused by US sanctions & Rohani’s neoliberal domestic policies, were swiftly co-opted by sellouts acting on behalf of the Mossad, the U.S., Saudi Arabia, and MKO as now failed attempt to turn Iran into a second Syria.

For the past week, violent protests have rocked Iran. Social media has been booming with voices from the Zionist, neoconservative, and neoliberal establishment in Washington D.C., Tel Aviv, and Riyadh to foment regime change in the Islamic Republic by claiming to care about the Iranian people.

The agenda to dismantle the Islamic Republican system of Iran is not new. The highest echelons of Zionist, neoconservative, and neoliberal powers in the U.S. and the Zionist entity have plotted diligently and spent ungodly amounts of money on the overthrow of Iran.

To understand the history of how the U.S. has always been against the Islamic Republic of Iran simply because it is an independent nation that opposes the genocidal state of Israel, I have written extensively on this subject for the American Herald Tribune, which you can read here.

The shorthand history starts with Operation Ajax in the 1950s, where the US and UK overthrew the democratically elected President of Iran, Mohammad Mossadegh, in order to be able to extract oil from Iran well below market value and without the proceeds benefiting Iranians.

The Pahlavi Shah was installed, and he was the epitome of the Dajjal system. Dajjal is the Islamic concept of the Antichrist, which is described in hadith as a one-eyed man, but is more rationally interpreted to be metaphoric: a one-eyed system. From the back of the US dollar bill to the architecture of the Israeli Supreme Court, funded by the Rothschild family, the one-eye mark of the Dajjal can be seen in the major centers of power, all of which backed the Pahlavi Shah’s tyrannical and illegitimate reign.

A humble man, spiritual mystic, and high-level Islamic scholar/jurist named Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was one of the most outspoken and deeply insightful people to come out and represent the oppressed people of Iran to lead a cause not backed by materialistic, limited ideologies like Persian nationalism, but by a deeply spiritual Islamic revolutionary ideology that Khomeini inherited from the Prophet Muhammad and his progeny (i.e. Imam Hussain ibn Ali), and the Prophets that came before Muhammad like Jesus, Moses, and David, all of whom took up a divine mission against injustice and oppression.

Israel and the U.S. used a multitude of factors to thwart the revolution, such as supporting Saddam Hussein’s invasion, supporting the MKO (Mujahideen-e-Khalk), sanctions, cultural invasion (via satellite TV channels and other forms of psychological warfare), and supporting color revolutions, such as the Mossad-backed Green Revolution of 2009. They have documented their plots against the Islamic Republic of Iran in official government and think tank documents, starting with the Israeli Oded Yinon plan, then the Clean Break strategy by Israeli/American political official Richard Perle, the Project for a New American Century’s “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” white paper released a year before 9/11, and the leaked documents showing how the U.S. armed al-Qaeda-linked Salafist terrorist groups in Syria to weaken Iran and Hezbollah.

Israel and the U.S. pursued these anti-Iran policies no matter if the president of Iran was a “reformist” or a “hardliner.” They don’t care if the president of Iran has dignity and principles, or if they are spineless and kiss the feet of the Zionist-imperialist Empire. As long as Iran has even a speck of political and spiritual independence, the major powers will seek Islamic Iran’s dismantlement and demise.

The protests over the past few weeks started as a non-violent expression at the price inflation sweeping Iran. A fellow at a powerful think tank linked to the Carnegie family admitted at a talk that the United States intentionally caused the massive price inflation in the Islamic Republic:

“[Barack Obama] went for the jugular: he cut the Iranian Central Bank out of the global financial system,” bragged James G. Rickards of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

That is a representative of the U.S. empire literally taking credit for the economic woes hitting Iran, and that they are using it as a political tool to weaken popular support for the Islamic Republic in Iran.

The same American government officials and think tank fellows who helped to cause the hyperinflation of Iran in the first place through Obama’s punitive sanctions are now pretending to care about the Iranian people.

There are many imperfections in the government of Iran – the entire world has these same problems, so Iran is not unique in that sense. Iran is not alone: America is also suffering from a crisis of people with prestigious college degrees not being able to get jobs. So if Iran is not unique, why are they the target of governments and the Western mainstream media and not the American government?

Even the leader of the Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Sayed Ali Khamenei, says that there are imperfections in the system due to human nature but spiritual growth and reform of the morals of the public must be undertaken since the Qur’an states that God doesn’t change a society until the people change themselves. Those who egregiously blame the Islamic Republic for their problems fail to look in the mirror and see the corruption in themselves. The Prophet Muhammad himself dealt with corrupt individuals like Abu Sufyan, Imam Ali dealt with a lackluster and hypocritical support base, and Imam Hussain was killed by the very people who claimed to support him. Similarly, despite Ayatollah Khamenei being an exceptional, upright example for the people to follow, in a country of millions of people, not everyone will follow it.

Even if the corruption of some public officials in Iran, who do so in complete disobedience to Islam and to Ayatollah Khamenei’s teachings, was to be wiped clean, it would certainly improve Iranian society to some degree but it wouldn’t get rid of the huge burden of U.S. sanctions and covert warfare. Price inflation would still be an issue for as long as Iran is isolated economically, these problems will persist even if corrupt officials are rooted out. That is why the anti-government, riot-inducing infiltrators in the protests in Iran operate from a factually incorrect and illogical basis.

The U.S. is sanctioning Iran because it tells the truth on the global stage and stands up firmly to world Zionism. Throughout history, those who have stood on the side of truth have been targeted by the powerful tyrants who wish to preserve the status quo. Jesus, Muhammad, Moses, and in modern times Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Patrice Lumumba, and Ayatollah Khomeini made it clear that it is better to live a life of truth with the hardships it entails than to live a comfortable life of being enslaved to worldly oppressors. Those who wish for a better world should be prepared to deal with the consequences of acting on their beliefs.

The initial protests were against the effects policies of President Rohani, as many see his iconic Iran Deal as a foolish attempt to kiss America’s feet, while the deal did nothing to benefit the people of Iran, let alone the fact that Obama and Trump both violated the terms of the deal while Iran upheld it. Rohani’s neoliberal policies are seen to be adding fuel to the fire of U.S. sanctions and covert warfare.

However, protestors made it clear that they do not want to see the violent overthrow of President Rohani nor the Islamic system, they respect the democratic process that re-elected Rohani by a wide margin. They said that they love the Islamic Republic and they gave martyrs to preserve the Islamic system.

Iranians on the recent unrest

It can be hard to understand #Iran. And even harder to explain it. Especially at a time like this.Read my blog post here: http://www.moballeghi.com/blog/2018/1/3/understandingiranAnd then watch this video to make sense of it all.

Posted by Nargess Moballeghi on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

The genuine protestors were passionately condemning the infiltrators, denouncing their pro-Shah, anti-revolutionary slogans. The genuine protestors stated that they are among ‘those without shoes’ who were the archetype of Khomeini’s movement and that they still support the Islamic system. They believe that to fix Iran’s problems, the country should move closer to Islam’s values of honesty and transparency, and closer to Khamenei’s revolutionary ideals, not farther away from them as the foreign-backed, violent anti-revolutionary subversives shout.

Given the fact that the real protestors, who made it clear their issues are economic and not anti-revolutionary/anti-Islamic, why does the mainstream media ignore them along with the pro-government protests which vastly outnumbered the foreign-backed rioters?

The rational-minded person already knows the answer as to why the Zionist-controlled mainstream media is ignoring the basic truths.

Not only did they ignore the truth of the situation in Iran, they blatantly distorted it as well, hoping to get past the sensibilities of ignorant and impressionable Westerners.

Not only has the media distorted the truth, prominent activists and NGOs on Twitter have been getting quite desperate with their propaganda.

Showing pictures of Bahrain’s uprising in 2011 and claiming it is Iran 2018 is the least of the absurdities of the desperation that anti-Iran warmongers are throwing around.

Here is Ken Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, using a picture of a pro-government rally in Iran and claiming it is an anti-government rally.

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Ken Roth is well known for pushing destabilization of countries that are on the US, Israel, and NATO’s bingo book while pretending to be a neutral arbiter and advocate of human rights.

Human Rights Watch is funded largely by George Soros, a Jewish billionaire who has a knack for causing color revolutions and covert regime change movements through his vast network of NGOs, media outlets, and political/social movements under the guise of secular liberal humanitarianism.

One of the more egregious distortions has been peddled by both mainstream and “alternative” media alike. Two protestors were tragically killed and the immediate conclusion by both mainstream and alternative media was that Iran’s police forces did the killing. However, Iranian officials have claimed that the killings were not done by Iranian police, but by those acting on behalf of foreign powers in order to falsely blame it on Iranian officials.

Alternative media, which usually is able to see through the “official story,” failed to see how the shooting of protestors by foreign agitators is a repeat of Ukraine, Syria, and Venezuela.

Other Iranian eyewitnesses have reported similar incidents of shootings being carried out by non-governmental agents of foreign powers in order to falsely blame on Iran.

Twitter has also been heavily abused by outside powers in order to falsely exaggerate the number of people who are in support of the violent protests that are being carried out by agents of the U.S. and Israel.

Wikileaks revealed how the UK spy agency GCHQ was caught running fake anti-Iran accounts on Twitter in order to magnify the popularity of anti-Iran sentiment beyond what it actually is.

On Twitter, the issue of dismantling the Islamic Republic of Iran has united alt-right figures like Mike Cernovich, Trotskyist ‘leftists’ like CounterPunch writers Eric Draiters & Yoav Litvin, and atheist libertarians like Stefan Molyneux. To them and other anti-Iran voices in the alternative media, any system of governance that is non-secular is “backward” and “oppressed.” In pure orientalism and cultural imperialism, they believe that Western secular liberalism must be imposed on every society in the world. The people of Iran voted for a referendum in 1979 on the issue of establishing the Islamic Republic – the vote was nearly unanimous, and to this very day, a majority of the Iranian people support the Islamic Republican system, which they do not seek to impose on any other country. Do Iranians not deserve the right to self-determination to choose to live in the Islamic Republic?

The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran safeguards the citizens’ right to protest, so long as they are unarmed and they are not acting as subversives for the tyrannical powers of the world. Protests in Iran happen all the time, such as the protest against President Rohani’s signing of the UNESCO 2030 plan, and they are usually in favor of the Islamic Revolution and against certain officials straying from the Islamic and moral path, not against the Islamic system as a whole.

The initial protests were against the rising costs of food and fuel, which are mostly caused by US sanctions but are also compounded by the neoliberal policies of President Rohani and other issues relating to corruption of some government officials who have strayed from the Islamic and moral path set by Ayatollah Khamenei. Protestors made it clear that President Rohani is the legitimate president of Iran and they do not seek to dethrone him, especially not through illegitimate and violent means. The small initial protests were a legal and civic act guaranteed to Iranian citizens the same as voting.

“Informed observers on the scene say masked men—and some women—are raising anti-government slogans and these are being projected through the social media as “proof” that the people are against the Islamic system,” writes Crescent International Magazine in an article titled “Foreign Agents Turning Concern Over Rising Food Prices Into Anti-Government Protests.” “On December 30, hundreds of thousands of Iranians came out in support of the Islamic system and particularly in support of the Rahbar Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei but the Western media focused on a few hundred protesters the vast majority of whom are not against the government but merely concerned about rising prices.”

While the Mossad-backed Green Revolution was mostly made up of the wealthier sector of Iranian society, the initial protests were mostly made up of the poorer class, who aren’t anti-government. However, the Mossad, CIA, Saudi Arabia, and their proxies in Iran were quick to take advantage of these small protests and turn it into something violent and subversive in order to turn Iran into another Syria.

Unlike Iran, Syria’s protests were never initially legitimate. Chants of “Shi’as/Alawites to the graves, Christians to Beirut” denoted the clear sectarian, violent, and Wahabbist nature of the Syrian protests.

But Iran is not like Syria and will not be taken down so seriously.

In the book Deadly Contradictions: The New American Empire and Global Warring, author Stephen Reyna states: “Evidence circulated in 2006 of U.S. covert military operations inside Iran aimed at destabilizing the country. When this covert warfare began is unknown, but it is clear that in 2007 the Bush II administration allocated $400 million to increase it (S. Hersh 2006). How this money was spent is uncertain.”

Given the consistent and unrelenting hostility towards Iran’s independence by the U.S. and Israel, it is no doubt that such programs are not limited to just the year 2006 or 2007, but certainly the scope is not only limited to covert military operations, but also cultural/psychological warfare.

The CIA has a new head of the anti-Iran taskforce, Michael D’Andrea, otherwise known as the “Dark Prince” or “Ayatollah Mike.” Despite claiming to be an Islamic convert, by all measures D’Andrea is what Muslims refer to as a munafiq (hypocrite) and is servile to the Dajjal (antichrist) system.

According to the New York Times, “Mr. D’Andrea’s new role is one of a number of moves inside the spy agency that signal a more muscular approach to covert operations under the leadership of Mike Pompeo.”

It is well known that the CIA armed al-Qaeda in Syria in order to overthrow Iran’s ally and legitimately elected Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which led to the rise of ISIS.

The CIA clearly has Iran under a magnifying glass and is on hair-trigger alert to take advantage of any opportunity to weaken the Islamic Republic.

The United States recently took the terrorist organization Mujahideen-e-Khalk (MKO or MEK) off the designated terror list. MKO held a “Free Iran” conference in Europe where top Zionists, neoconservatives, and neoliberal officials from the U.S. and elsewhere to support their cause for regime change in Iran. The MKO was behind many assassinations of Iranian officials during the early days of the revolution and took the side of Saddam.

The U.S. also has close ties with takfiri Wahabbis, who are mostly alongside the Balochistan province border with Pakistan. Additionally, there is a minority of Iranians who fall outside of MKO and takfiri groups who are brainwashed by Western cultural warfare and think that the Pahlavi family should come back to power.

Those subversive forces in Iran, which are a minority, are always ready at the drop of a hat to cause instability at the order of their CIA and Mossad masters. The latest of their plots was to hijack the recent protests and turn them into a violent uprising that enables the West to condemn Iran and justify even further regime change.

The U.S. and Israel are mad that the Islamic Republic of Iran, along with their allies in Hezbollah, Syria, Iraq, and Russia defeated ISIS, a product of U.S. arming of al-Qaeda in Syria.

Haaretz revealed a report in which the U.S. is now giving a green light to Israel to assassinate IRGC Major General Qassem Soleimani, the instrumental figure who helped defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

Iran is winning the war that is against them, and the Zionists do not want them to savor the victory.

The Islamic Republic, along with the help of the people who came out in large numbers to rally in support of the Islamic system, has thwarted this latest attempt to turn Iran into another Syria.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is a relatively safe country because of its policies. Those who wish to destabilize the country and dismantle the Islamic system, whether they know it or not, will turn Iran into another playground for the mass murderers of the world, be it the Zionist regime, U.S./NATO imperialism, or takfiri Wahabbi terrorists like ISIS who hate the Shi’a Muslims that make up Iran’s majority religious demographic.

Make no mistake, these riots and subversive actors are just getting started and the plots against the Islamic republican system are very multi-faceted and deep, involving military, media, cultural, and psychological fronts, both covert and overt.

The true duty belongs with the American people to stop their government from turning Iran into another failed state like they did in Libya and to some extent in Syria. All the money that the U.S. government spends on destabilizing Iran simply because it is independent from the grip of the Zionist entity and because it dares to stand up for the oppressed of the world in Palestine, Nigeria, Lebanon, and Iraq, would be much better spent fixing downtrodden American cities like Detroit, solving America’s poverty and hunger problem, and/or forgiving the massive student loan debt that is a shackle on the feet of the new generation of American youth.

Let us not fall for the “humanitarian” propaganda that was used against Libya and Syria and realize that the current riots in Iran are the next phase of Israel’s covert war against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

An environment of chaos in Iran provides the necessary conditions for the U.S. and Israel to carry out their various ambitions, such as assassinating Soleimani and other Islamic revolutionaries.

Written by Leigh Brown

Leigh Brown is a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer who served nineteen years overseas in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Spain. He was the CIA Chief of Base for the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and was one of the first Americans to enter Afghanistan in December 2001. Leigh is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a Washington-based advocacy group that seeks to encourage and promote a U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East that is consistent with American values and interests.

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