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Iran alleges foreign-funded plot to undermine government

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posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 06:22 PM
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Iran alleges foreign-funded plot to undermine government


www.latimes.com

Reporting from Beirut -- The cyber-crimes unit of Iran's Revolutionary Guards announced Saturday that it had uncovered a Dutch-funded plot to use the Internet to undermine the Islamic Republic, Iranian media reported Saturday.

The announcement cited a "Dutch project" to foment discontent in order to facilitate a "soft overthrow" of the government.


"One of the Western countries that has provided the opposition with financial aid in recent years is the Netherlands," said the Revolutionary Guards statement, which was carried by several government-associated news outlets. "The Dutch project aimed to encourage sexual and moral perversion," it said.

The Dutch government in 2005 allocated about $20 million a year to support independent Farsi-language media, including a radio station and Internet magazines.
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posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 06:22 PM
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Are the Iranians being paranoid, or could there be a real plot to undermine their government?

Those evil Dutch and their internet porn seem to have the Iranian government worried. Sexual and moral perversion?

Also from the report:


Iranian authorities recently charged Iranian American freelance journalist Roxana Saberi with espionage, alleging that she passed on information to U.S. intelligence. In December, AIDS doctors Kamiar and Arash Alaei were convicted of being linked to the CIA and taking money from the U.S. government as part of a conspiracy to overthrow the Islamic Republic.


With so much propaganda on Iran it is hard to know for sure what to believe anymore, perhaps by design.

Maybe the greatest threat Iran poses to the western world is their inability to be absorbed into the new world order.

Meanwhile in Israel...

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posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 07:12 PM
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If people only mastering the use of the search function was a prerequisite to becoming a member of ATS...

It's no big secret Washington has been conducting covert action within Iran since 2006. This has been brought up ad nauseum.

Special Forces and the CIA have been conducting incursions and meeting up with local resistance groups:
blogs.abcnews.com...
www.atimes.com...

As well as flying UAV's over Iranian Nuclear Sites, a few of which have apparently crashed in Iran, (See here) they are also supplying and arming Iranian Resistance militias like People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (MEK) a designated Communist, terrorist group responsible for many bombing attacks on Iranian civilians:
www.washingtonpost.com...
www.campaigniran.org...

Interestingly enough, in 2002, 150 members of the United States Congress signed a letter calling for the lifting of this designation as a "terrorist group":
www.highbeam.com...

2002? That's some very convienient timing. Makes you wonder how deep the rabbit hole goes here, and whether they had this crap mapped out like the back of their hands from day one.

Just like how the Taliban was added back onto the State Department's list of terrorist groups prior to 2001.

And of course here's Washington accusing Iran of sponsoring terrorism around the world when they're blatantly doing the same thing...

Of course when America sponsors reprehensible groups and regimes it's "fighting for freedom", when anyone else does it's pure terrorism.

This is an all too common pattern the CIA covertly goes through when setting up the dominoes for regime change.
Arming the resistance, making connections, setting up the destabilisation, false flag attacks, then they generally work their way up to assassinations and outright terrorism before the dominoes fall and the Marines roll in.

They go through these same steps every 15 or 20 years, whether it's Iran, Argentina, Nicaragua, Guatemala or Iraq; it's a regime change, nothing more.
Covert action is the first step towards supplementing that.

Then you've got yourself Quagmire 3.0 Iranian Edition.



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 07:39 PM
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Let's not be 'selective' herein.

It is known, and well should be expected, that EVERY country that operates in any way shape or form, on the internet, 'uses' it to those ends as their 'ideology' leads them; that's what makes it 'political.'

Certainly it is to be understood that the US is not the least of participants. But governmental use (or abuse) of the medium is a given.

Most sadly, those who most engage in this use of the medium are also those most inclined to 'restrict' it's use by private citizens.

Certainly any venture into the realm of providing access to pornography, in whatever form, will be seen by a country such as those who generally profess membership in the house of submission, Islam, will see it as more than moral subversion, but also as an attack on the fabric of their 'political' integrity, such as it is.

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posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by Maxmars
Certainly any venture into the realm of providing access to pornography, in whatever form, will be seen by a country such as those who generally profess membership in the house of submission, Islam, will see it as more than moral subversion, but also as an attack on the fabric of their 'political' integrity, such as it is.


If pornography alone could bring down the Iranian regime then why haven't there been air bursting bombs loaded with it dropped all over Iran?

Ah, it must be easier to do via the internet?

Dirty deeds done dirt cheap!

If they can bring down the Christian right in the western world and eliminate the Islamic governments of the Middle East perhaps the elite socialists and their NWO will have a real chance for global domination.




posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:25 PM
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Agreed. Pornography can't be really more than a social irritant for them. Which is why I think it's an opportune, ever-present, and easily inflated excuse for diplomats.



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