Tuesday, January 06, 2009


What do top Iranians think about Palestine?

Are some of them secretly working for the CIA and its friends?

(WAS KHOMEINI AN AGENT OF THE US AND UK GOVERNMENTS? / aangirfan: The Shah of Iran was toppled by the CIA and MI6? / aangirfan: Ahmadinejad is a cia agent?)

In the 1930s, the elites of Europe and America were stuffed full of fascists.

After 1945, there seemed to develop an alliance of Christian, Jewish, Moslem and Hindu fascists.

The aim of the fascists is to keep the rich feudal lords in power, whether they are Shia, Sunni, Hindu, Catholic, Jewish or whatever.

You will find many rich Moslems working with the freemason-Zionist-fascist-mafia alliance, in the selling of narcotics and guns. It's the feudal system.

The Iran hostage crisis helped George H W Bush.

According to Edmund Blair at Reuters, 6 January 2009, Iran wants to show its regional power over the Gaza crisis

Among the points made:

1. Iran champions the cause of Hamas

What makes this complicated is that, reportedly, the Ayatollahs were put into power by the CIA and Hamas was set up with the help of Israel.

Iran is Shi'ite, but most Moslems are Sunni.

There is a suspicion that the CIA likes to work with Shi'ites against Sunnis.

2. Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is expected to seek re-election in June 2009.

Falling oil prices and charges of 'economic mismanagement' pose a problem for Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad's token support of Hamas may win him votes.

Was Khomeini a British agent. Why did heroin production increase after he came to power? Why did Reagan sell him weapons?

3. According to London-based Iranian analyst Baqer Moin:

"The message from the Iranians (to Washington) is there is give and take. We can help you in Afghanistan, we can help you in Iraq, we can help you with Lebanon and Palestine, if you have good relations with us.

"We are a regional power and you have to acknowledge that and talk to us on that level if you want us to be cooperative on issues where you need us."

4. One Western diplomat said of the Iranians:

"They feel the way to maintain influence in this region is by having a strong Hezbollah and strong Hamas."

The diplomat added that if either Hamas's or Hezbollah's conflict with Israel were resolved "it would be a strategic catastrophe (for Iran)."

5. An Iranian analyst said: "Arab governments would realize they have to take Iran very seriously but at the same time it could push them toward the United States if they gradually ... lose the support of their own people."

Divide and rule.


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