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Iran protests and Israeli MSM Takeover?

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posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 10:16 AM
These articles suggest that Israel is behind this PR stunt and media blackout to destabilize Iran by creating havok and using the Revolutionary Guard in a campaign that would most likely be followed by another false flag event to gain support. The desired result of this campaign is to gain public support in an attempt to destabilize Iran by removing key members of it's government. If Iran looks like it is violating human rights then the masses will gain up against Iran and the government will be dismantled. So I ask the question, are these soldiers 'members of the iranian revolutionary guard' or are these foot soldiers someone else, backed by the US and Israel?
This is going to get ugly.

Coup, Unrest after Iranian Election
Friday was supposed to be a day to celebrate in Iran. The Presidential race had been fought with vigorous debates, Western style campaigning and a record number of young citizens voting for the first time. The opposition was hopeful and energized, and by all accounts the beginning of the voting was pointing toward a serious challenge for incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Then chaos took over, and now we are witnessing in real time (although the supreme powers that be in Iran are doing their best to keep the world in the dark).

Here’s the time line of events that can be generally accepted as reality (defined here as multiple source confirmations sprinkled with some common sense):

The election had such a high turnout that it had to be extended for 6 hours
Projections had challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi winning decisively and Ahmadinejad finishing in last place
The Interior Ministry announces an ‘official’ victory for Ahmadinejad with 63% of the vote
An announcement from Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, congratulated Ahmadinejad and told the nation to support his presidency and not fall prey to foreign propaganda
An election council created by representatives from all three major presidential candidates reject the ‘official’ results and call for a new election
Massive protests break out all across Iran, with Mousavi’s supporters dressed in Green
Protesters are suppressed with a heavy hand by Revolutionary Guard forces loyal to the Mullahs
A leaked report from the Iranian Interior Ministry gives Mousavi’s true vote count at just under 20 million, in comparison to Ahmadinejad’s 5.7 million
A rumor spread for all of Mousavi’s supporters to gather at his campaign HQ for a rally. Speculation was ripe that it was a trap.
It was. Hundreds of supporters are arrested, including the Ayatollah’s own daughter
Universities across Iran have been attacked by members of the Revolutionary Guard
Professors at Sharif University have resigned their posts in protest
Rumors abound that Mousavi, as well as outspoken critic of the Ayatollah and former Iranian President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, who is also a member of the ruling clerical high council, have been placed under house arrest
UPDATE: Grand Ayatollah Sanei in Iran has declared Ahmadinejad’s presidency illegitimate and cooperating with his government against Islam (as translated by a Farsi language reader of The Atlantic)

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posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 06:48 PM
Obama should tell the Iranians to obey their country officials.
He came out with some erroneous statement like Connie Rice
did for the Russians going after their hostage pipe line that was
some sort of aggression we would put a stop to and support
the gas thieves.

Government liars only make the Iran situation worse.

posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 06:55 PM
Ahmadinejad has blamed everything on the Israelis during his fascist rule. And now he's even blaming the fact that the people are sick of his oppressive regime on Israelis.

And hoards of fellow "conspiracy-theorists" are falling for it.

The Iranians who want the regime to fall do not want outside or western Intervention. They want to be allowed to wear what they like, to say what they like, to feel what they like, without being beaten for it.

Giving Israel credit for the protest denigrates the protesters strong spirit.

posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 09:29 PM
Israel is always trying to stir up trouble in nations. We have mossad operatives within our very nation. We need to keep a look out for these people.

posted on Jun, 23 2009 @ 12:46 PM
Obama just said it himself. He said that the concern for fraud was legitmate but then said the Iranian people have a choice, to be a part of the international community or not is up to them. So in short, Iran may choose between war or handing over their government to western influence or in more understandable terms, if Iran wants peace they must bow down to the NWO and leave their government open to the infiltration of golbalists.

posted on Jun, 24 2009 @ 02:20 PM
Obama came out with people should be protected in their
He doesn't even know the situation.
Turn on the tube every night please.
These are not orderly demonstrations.
These are mobs.

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