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Is Iran on the verge of another revolution and the Oil Tanker attacks were their False Flag?

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posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 11:29 AM
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I was tooling around as its hotter than Hell today and I stumbled across an article titled:


Is Iran on the verge of another revolution?


Its a well written opinion piece that was published two days ago. You can read it via the link here:

Iran Article

The guy has some excellent points and his article is not connected to the recent attacks on the two oil tankers in the Strait. In brief he is pointing out that the bunch of old guys still run the show are destroying the country and its citizens. That many young people in Iran are highly educated and have internet access. So, in brief the population know that they are getting screwed and because of that many are trying to emigrate out of Iran. He also mentions the 10th anniversary of the Green Movement and that the last Presidential Election was RIGGED. Anyway, a rigged election and a Green movement. Kinda sounds like the USA. So lets look at the facts and was the attack on the oil tankers a False Flag that was conducted by a subcontractor to Iran or by a 3rd , 4th or 5th Tier subcontractor. I mean you must be an Idiot to believe that the boat is the video is an Iranian vessel. But hay, ya never know. Here's my points:

1. The Country remains under strict control, by very religious older men. They have done many things that are not all good. You can read an article from 2013 by Forbes magazine here:

Forbes

2. Lately many Iranian women have been put into prison for simply wanting freedom. Whether it be freedom from wearing a Niqab, Hibab and Jibab or other things. You can read about the female lawyer being placed in prison it here:

Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh

3. The Sanctions placed on Iran are having some affect. You can read about it and the entire timeline here:

NYT Sanctions Article

So, here we have a bunch of out of touch, old message and fanatical religious group of old men reacting to minor issues by hammering on women. I mean look at the sentences. They should have never been arrested. Also look at the despair the people are going through. So whats a good ole boy going to do. Well you guessed it. Diversion. So do a False Flag and see if you can gather the other good ole boy followers. You know The Made for TV Disco Dancers who chant death to e merica to the TV cameras. However, I don't know if they are up to it anymore. So I read a story that a VERY UNUSUAL high level meeting was conducted by the Trump Administration at CIA headquarters over a month ago. So you think they made a FAKE grainy video of the event on 13Jun19. No fooking way. They probably said that they need absolute smoking evidence to get around the Deep State controlled MSM. You can read it here:

CIA Meeting


So what say you??? and MODS move this to the correct forum. Where it is is not where its supposed to be.
edit on 16-6-2019 by Waterglass because: Link was bad

edit on 16-6-2019 by Waterglass because: Wrong Forum.




posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 11:39 AM
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I say peaceful revolution is coming to Iran very soon...and Barack Hussein Obama is no longer President to help prevent it.



posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 12:19 PM
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With the stoning or hanging of undesirables that goes on in iran I can understand why the populous would be ready for a change.
The shaw wasnt exactly a saint but at least women didnt have to cover themselves to such a ridiculous extent.



posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 12:37 PM
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Why not just sell Iran a crapload of weapons? Seems to be something Obama and Trump have in common, selling weapons to terroristic and oppressive regimes (Saudi Arabia). At least then their supporters can stop pretending they care about bringing those oppressed citizens "freedom".
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posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 01:11 PM
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a reply to: Waterglass

There's been a quiet war going on for years between the Moderates, and the Republican Guard. Almost any time you see an incident between the US and Iran, the Iranian side is the IRGC.

The Moderates have been trying to bring Iran into the 21st century for years, and have made some progress, but the hardliners don't want to give up their power, and are far more ruthless about it. Until that dynamic changes, there's not much hope for a peaceful way forward.



posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 01:55 PM
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I think there are still enough people in Iran that remember and that pass on stories of pre "revolution" that will wet the appetite of the younger generation, many of them young women that do not want to live under the rules they find themselves in. That makes me think that a united women's movement could very well make a large political and cultural movement there if they can gain traction.

If there was a "spring" in Iran it would be the only one in the region that I would believe was not a proxy move by the west for their own gains and was genuinely due to the will of the people.


It is also ironic that it is fairly obvious that women there want change yet the silence is deafening from the western feminist, esp when it is a choice between women's rights and freedom or Islam. Paralized by procrastination.



posted on Jun, 16 2019 @ 02:25 PM
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I don't think anything will happen. Just minor rumblings. As for the "old guard" religious fanatics, please take another look at the revolutionary guard. All young men.
You must look at the one Islamic credo that cover it all. MALE DOMINATION.
Even when Muslims move to non Muslim countries they never let go of that credo.
So you have Iran ruled by old men, but even the young men do not want to let go of the rule.
It sounds silly doesn't it, but if you were a raging hormone youth and your elders tell you that you can do whatever you want to women and nothing will be done would you give that up.
But it's not just sex that is the thin edge of the wedge as it's one of the basics of the religion.Everything else pales into insignificance to men keeping power.



posted on Jun, 17 2019 @ 09:19 AM
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a reply to: Zaphod58

Excellent comment. Could be why our carrier is over there. May take out two things, including Yemen situation which threaten Saudis. Better to clean it all up now versus later.
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posted on Jun, 17 2019 @ 12:18 PM
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First let's look at what a "false flag" really is and actually means;


The term false flag first appeared in the 16th century as a metaphor for an intentional misrepresentation of one’s motives. The idea draws on military flags flown to signal one’s allegiances, with a false flag thus misdirecting an opponent.

In the 1800s, actual false flags were flown in naval operations. Officers or pirates would fly the flag of their enemy to approach them slowly without trouble, only to switch back to their true colors in an attack. It wasn’t long before the cannons fired.

In the late 20th century, despite the flagging popularity of flags,  false flags persisted as a metaphor for when perpetrators make it look another group initiated the attack. In contemporary contexts, it’s more likely to be terrorists, militants, political operatives, or governments engaging in false flagging, or carrying out false flag operations. Notable false flag operations in history include the Gleiwitz Incident during World War II and the Gulf of Tonkin Incident during the Vietnam War.



False Flag

Not every single thing is or can be a false flag, and over using the terminology for every damn thing is same as the boy who cried wolf.

When an actual false flag occurs, no one will believe it.

Sun Tzu, explained the perfect use for false flags by utilizing your opponents flag to be carried by own troops to pass through the opponents controlled lands. Making it seem as if your force is theirs. That's a classic false flag.

Every time someone screetches false flag today, it's more likely to not be one than it is.

Is it possible sure, but doesn't make it likely.
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posted on Jun, 17 2019 @ 12:39 PM
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The reporter who wrote the piece is by Saeid Golkar 14 Jun 2019. Nice article



posted on Jun, 17 2019 @ 12:39 PM
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originally posted by: ADVISOR
First let's look at what a "false flag" really is and actually means;


The term false flag first appeared in the 16th century as a metaphor for an intentional misrepresentation of one’s motives. The idea draws on military flags flown to signal one’s allegiances, with a false flag thus misdirecting an opponent.

In the 1800s, actual false flags were flown in naval operations. Officers or pirates would fly the flag of their enemy to approach them slowly without trouble, only to switch back to their true colors in an attack. It wasn’t long before the cannons fired.

In the late 20th century, despite the flagging popularity of flags,  false flags persisted as a metaphor for when perpetrators make it look another group initiated the attack. In contemporary contexts, it’s more likely to be terrorists, militants, political operatives, or governments engaging in false flagging, or carrying out false flag operations. Notable false flag operations in history include the Gleiwitz Incident during World War II and the Gulf of Tonkin Incident during the Vietnam War.



False Flag

Not every single thing is or can be a false flag, and over using the terminology for every damn thing is same as the boy who cried wolf.

When an actual false flag occurs, no one will believe it.

Sun Tzu, explained the perfect use for false flags by utilizing your opponents flag to be carried by own troops to pass through the opponents controlled lands. Making it seem as if your force is theirs. That's a classic false flag.

Every time someone screetches false flag today, it's more likely to not be one than it is.

Is it possible sure, but doesn't make it likely.


Reminds us of the ploy of switching uniforms during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, when opposing sides would wear the uniforms of the captured or killed and then ambush and/or insert themselves into the other camp etc...



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