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Inside Iran's new conspiracy theory

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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:06 PM
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Inside Iran's new conspiracy theory


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IRAN is facing an "international conspiracy" to over throw the Khomeinist re gime with a "velvet revolution," the official Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) claimed yesterday.

The latest mascot of the plotters is supposed to be Roxana Saberi, a former Miss North Dakota now charged with espionage in Tehran. A US citizen with an Iranian father and a Japanese mother, the 31-year-old Roxana has worked in Iran on and off for years as a freelance reporter.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for Saberi's immediate release and safe return to the US.

IRNA claims that the plo
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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:06 PM
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But what is behind the new "velvet revolution" fever in Tehran? Fear of "soft overthrow" has been deepening in ruling circles since last fall. According to IRNA, with President George W. Bush out of office, the United States is no longer thinking of using force to topple the regime. Instead, the Obama administration, adopting the position of some Europeans, may support "change from within."

The new spy story may also be intended to slow down or forestall proposed talks with Washington.

Some radical elements in Tehran claim that the US may use negotiations as a cover for identifying individuals that might bring about "change from within." According to IRNA analysts, the Reagan administration used the technique in 1985 when it (briefly) opened secret talks with the then-Prime Minister Mir-Hussein Mussavi-Khamenei.

The fact that Mussavi-Khamenei has decided to challenge President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in next June's presidential election may also be a factor. Ahmadinejad's supporters wish to portray Mussavi-Khamenehi as "Washington's man," pointing to his contacts with the US through Manuchehr Ghorbanifar, an Iranian financier in Europe.

Ahmadinejad's supporters claim that, if elected president, Mussavi-Khamenehi would start a process to transform the Islamic Republic into a pro-US Muslim regime.


This is really interesting. There is much allegations thatMussavi is the CIA's front man in Iran right now. It would make sense. The CIA is attempting to stage a riot to destabilize the region there. They want a regime change. Did Mussavi agree with the CIA to install a pro-US regime there and to befall Ahmajenidad?

While I would like to believe that Mussavi is a completely genuine and honest Iranian politician... his background from what I've been reading does seem sort of fishy.

I think this is kind of strange. It shows how little we know about what the mainstream media tells us until we do a bit digging into it ourselves.

The CIA very well is aware of what it's doing. I know that the state media says this is our doing... however Mussavi could have some interest with the CIA here...

What do you think?

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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:48 PM
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I think you are on to something OP and that the type of press coverage and level of press coverage being given to these events here in the U.S. and the West are highly circumspect.

This does not seem to be simply a spontaneous outpouring of class, political or religious differences within Iran but a well orchestrated and preplanned mobilization of a political network clearly aimed at asserting it’s will through destabilization.

It makes excellent sense in retrospect regarding how Washington has responded to Iran in recent months in defiance of what and how the Israelis publicly would prefer the U.S. Administration to. That too has likely been all political theatre to divert attention away from covert operations taking place in Iran to destabilize the electoral process and the regime.

I personally believe there is an artificially introduced stimulus into this scenario that is driving the Iranian people to behave in this fashion.

Had there truly been this purported level of opposition to the Ayatollahs and Mullahs previously there would have already been an outpouring of frustration into the streets regarding it absent of any electoral process needing to fist occur.

This is a lot of very hyped and very distorted political theatre and the CIA and MOSSAD are likely up to their eyeballs in it.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Put it this way you work for the cia whether you know it or not, if they want you to work for there goals.



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