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Originally posted by manson_322
all as usual imperialist war mongers , man one day as stellar says the Russian Federation will have to good care to ensure that imperialist Bloodthirsty USA be gone once and for all , to save the world from American genocide...
Originally posted by mystiq
Not only that, but if you've been researching nwo agenda, martial law and fema camps, and the famous depopulation plan that comes out of Rockefeller and so many other, then you'd see that war with Iran is already in the plans, and possibly trying to pull China into confrontation as well. They, and by that I mean the 13 bloodlines, do not care how many of us useless eaters, or serfs, die, in fact the more, the better. And they have their underground bunkers. If war with Iran happens, they will first either provoke or set up Iran for an awful event that will make the people clamor for war.
1953 Iranian coup d'état
From 1952-53, Iran's nationalist Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadeq began a period of rapid power consolidation, centered on Mossadeq’s nationalization of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, now British Petroleum. Established by the British in the early 20th century, Anglo-Iranian Oil Company shared profits (85% British-15% Iran), but the company withheld their financial records from the Iranian government. By 1951 Iranian support for nationalization of the AIOC was intense and the Iranian Parliament unanimously agreed to nationalize its holding of, what was at the time, the British Empire’s largest company.
The United States and Britain, through a now-admitted covert operation of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) called Operation Ajax, conducted from the US Embassy in Tehran, helped organize a coup to overthrow Moussadeq. The operation failed and the Shah fled to Italy. After organizing protests against Mosaddeq, a second operation was successful and the Shah returned from his brief exile. Iran's fledgling attempts at democracy quickly descended into dictatorship, as the Shah dismantled the constitutional limitations on his office and began to rule as an absolute monarch.
During his reign, the Shah received significant American support, frequently making state visits to the White House and earning praise from numerous American Presidents. The Shah's close ties to Washington and his bold agenda of rapidly Westernizing Iran soon began to infuriate certain segments of the Iranian population, especially the hardline Islamic conservatives. Because of their eventual ascension to power during the 1979 Iranian Revolution, Operation Ajax is considered as one of the worst CIA "blowbacks" ever.
Originally posted by lee anoma
reply to post by centurion1211
Oh Cent, you should be pleased he's echoing the same rhetoric the conservatives love to hear. I'm glad you take joy in the throwing the statement back at his supporters but its the same as Kerry talking about killing Osama and the Taliban. Nothing but empty words. It's all a con-job with these political leaders of ours. They say one thing and do another.
All politicians are basically the same.
You think we don't know that? - Lee
Originally posted by QBert
reply to post by Maxmars
I agree with you Maxmars. Though i'd liek to respectfully challange your idea of a political system that is for the voters
ill use a very general example, i am honestly just curious as to what you would consider an acceptable answer ( there really is a point to this, and its not a flame)
Welfare. People with jobs hate it, some people without "jobs" need it. Its not just a 'stereotype' that there are a lot of people exploiting welfare and getting some extra money on the side that the govt doesnt know about.
So those people are stealing money (in my opinion)
If a politician wanted to work for me by my standards, i'd say they'd have to abolish, or at the very lease -- SEVERELY reform, the welfare system.
But by doing that for me, they'd be upsetting those who currently recieve welfare.
Is there a way to, not nessessarily make happy, but atleast appease both groups?
Originally posted by Equinox99
reply to post by Benevolent Heretic
Hold on so when the Iranian leader says the Zionist regime will disappear people claim he is a monster, but when a US leader says he will eliminate the Iran threat he is a hero? Makes no sense to me.