In Iran, the situation is getting out of control: Dissatisfied students and workers demonstrate nationwide due to unemployment and low wages. However, it seems that foreign agents are steering the demonstrations into violence. The Iranian government bluntly says that this pleases the US and that 2 demonstraters were killed by “foreign” agents. The government has closed social media, and is threatening to crack down on the “illegal” strikes.
The question now is: Is this a spontaneous rising or is it incited by the USA / Israel, who have long threatened Iran with military assault? Trump even declared war on Iran in mid-December 2017! and here – with the motive of triggering the Messianic “Armageddon“. There is a conspiracy with Saudi Arabia. A leaked cable confirms that
In 2009, the US tried in vain to trigger a revolution in Iran through George Soros (See last video)
Zero Hedge 31 Dec. 2017: The US State Department has issued a formal condemnation of the Iranian government following two days of economic protests centering in a handful of cities, calling the regime “a rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed, and chaos” while announcing support for protesters.
The US State Department has issued a formal condemnation of the Iranian government following two days of economic protests centering in a handful of cities, calling the regime “a rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed, and chaos” while announcing US support for protesters.
Israeli as well as Iranian opposition media commen-tators (and of course pundits in the US mainstream) have generally appeared giddy with excitement at the prospect that protests could spread inside Iran, potentially culminating in society-wide resistance and possible change in government. It goes without saying that Iran has been enemy #1 for the United States and Israel since the Islamic Revolution and US embassy hostage crisis beginning in 1979.
The US has already totally surrounded Iran
Brookings is Rothschild´s instrument to have his plans implemented worldwide through the US government and military
Nathaniel Rothschild is a member of International Advisory Council of the Brookings Institution. And Brookings president, Strobe Talbott, is on the Advisory Board of Rothschild´s and Jesuit Council on Foreign Relations. next to its Pres. R.Haas.
Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post 31 Dec. 2017
The idea that a color revolution could be attempted in Iran is no fantasy. It would be a repeat of history. Remember, in 2009, an attempt at a color revolution deemed the “Green Revolution” was launched but was quickly put down by the iron fist of the Iranian government.
In June 2009, Brookings launched a strategy to subjugate Iran under US Hegemony. It was called Which Path To Persia? Options For A New American Strategy For Iran”
The “Path to Persia” plan involves the description of a number of ways the Western oligarchy would be able to destroy Iran including outright military invasion and occupation.
However, the report attempts to outline a number of methods that might possibly be implemented before direct military invasion would be necessary. The plan included attempting to foment destabilization inside Iran via the color revolution apparatus, violent unrest, proxy terrorism, and “limited airstrikes” conducted by the US, Israel or both.
The report states,
Because the Iranian regime is widely disliked by many Iranians, the most obvious and palatable method of bringing about its demise would be to help foster a popular revolution along the lines of the “velvet revolutions” that toppled many communist governments in Eastern Europe beginning in 1989. For many proponents of regime change, it seems self-evident that the United States should encourage the Iranian people to take power in their own name, and that this would be the most legitimate method of regime change. After all, what Iranian or foreigner could object to helping the Iranian people fulfill their own desires?
Moreover, Iran’s own history would seem to suggest that such an event is plausible. (4 Iranian revolutions are stated). There is evidence that the Islamic regime has antagonized many (perhaps all) of these same factions to the point where they again might be willing to support a change if they feel that it could succeed. This is the foundational belief of those Americans who support regime change, and their hope is that the United States can provide whatever the Iranian people need to believe that another revolution is feasible.
All of the literature on how best to promote a popular revolution— in Iran or anywhere else—is highly speculative. Nevertheless, it is the one policy option that holds out the prospect that the United States might eliminate all of the problems it faces from Iran, do so at a bearable cost, and do so in a manner that is acceptable to the Iranian people and most of the rest of the world.
It is also important to question just how popular these protests are. While mainstream western media and various terrorist organizations also conveniently supporting them paint them as involving tens of thousands at each demonstration, video and pictures tend to show only dozens to hundreds at the most while others wander about around them.
At least the US has decided to “Take out” the Iranian government, as stated in 2001 by former Supreme NATO General and leader of the illegal war on Serbia, Wesley Clarke
On 29 Nov. 2013, I wrote, and on 13 June 2017, referring to Tony Cartalucci: The Brookings Institution is a very influential US think tank that has been building US policies over the past 70 years.
In Brookings´paper “Which Path to Persia?“, 2009, Brookings writes on p. 39: “…any military operation against Iran will likely be very unpopular around the world and require the proper international context. The best way to minimize international opprobrium and maximize support (however, grudging or covert) is to strike only when there is a widespread conviction that the Iranians were given but then rejected a superb offer—one so good that only a regime determined to acquire nuclear weapons and acquire them for the wrong reasons would turn it down. Under those circumstances, the United States (or Israel) could portray its operations as taken in sorrow, not anger, and at least some in the international community would conclude that the Iranians “brought it on themselves” by refusing a very good deal.”
Indeed, Iran may come under attack according to plan. Brookings writes: Goading Provocations for an Air Strike, p. 97-98): “…it would be far more preferable if the United States could cite an Iranian provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. Clearly, the more outrageous, the more deadly, and the more unprovoked the Iranian action, the better off the United States would be. Of course, it would be very difficult for the United States to goad Iran into such a provocation without the rest of the world recognizing this game, which would then undermine it. One method that would have some possibility of success would be to ratchet up covert regime change efforts in the hope that Tehran would retaliate overtly, or even semi-overtly, which could then be portrayed as an unprovoked act of Iranian aggression.”
Tony Cartalucci, Activist Post 9 May 2017 writes: “Armed Violence Targeting Tehran Was the Stated Goal of US Policymakers
The recent terrorist attacks in Tehran are the literal manifestation of US foreign policy. The creation of a proxy force with which to fight Iran and establishing a safe haven for it beyond Iran’s borders have been long-stated US policy. The current chaos consuming Syria and Iraq – and to a lesser extent in southeast Turkey – is a direct result of the US attempting to secure a base of operations to launch a proxy war directly against Iran.
The Islamic State represents the perfect “proxy”. Surrounding the Islamic State’s holdings are US military bases, including those illegally constructed in eastern Syria.”
Is the US fomenting a popular revolution in Iran?
Videos published by the terrorist group Mujahedin-e Khalq [MEK], 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, also show mostly small protests despite the MEK’s claim of Tens of thousands of people chant “death to dictator”.
The MEK, or its “civilian” organization National Council of Resistance of Iran, seem to be most involved in the current protests. Its website is currently filled with the protest issue with a total of ten reports and its head figure issued a supportive statement:
In the central city of Isfahan, a resident said protesters joined a rally held by factory workers demanding back wages. “The slogans quickly changed from the economy to those against (President Hassan) Rouhani and the Supreme Leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei),” the resident said by telephone.
On 31 Dec. 2017, the following amazing message is brought:
Well, see for yourself in the video from The Guardian 31 Dec. 2017. The scenes are very violent. At least two protesters were killed in the city of Doroud.“Every year thousands of students graduate, but there are no jobs for them. Fathers are also exhausted because they don’t earn enough to provide for their family.”
CNN 31 Dec. 2017: “Comments against the Iranian regime may not only be unbeneficial — they may bring about a pretext for crackdowns”, said Sadjadpour. “But the revolution will continue”
The protests taking place in Iran are taking place only a month after the White House and Tel Aviv met to discuss a strategy on Iran. “A delegation led by Israel’s National Security Adviser met with senior American officials in the White House earlier this month for a joint discussion on strategy to counter Iran’s aggression in the Middle East, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Haaretz,” wrote Haaretz agency.
But ominous statements point in the direction of Western intervention:
The Moon of Alabama 29 Dec. 2017: Just yesterday one lecture at the CCC “hacker” congress was about the British GHCQ Secret Service and its sock-puppet accounts on Twitter and Facebook. These are used for acquiring human intelligence and for running “regime change” operations. Page 14-18 of the slides (11:20 min) cite from obtained GCHQ papers which lists Iran as one of the targets. The speaker specifically notes a GCHQ account “@2009Iranfree” which was used in generating the protests in Iran after the reelection of then President Ahmedinejad.
Alamolhoda, the representative of Ayatollah Khamenei in northeastern Mashhad, said a few people had taken advantage of Thursday’s protests against rising prices to chant slogans against Iran’s role in regional conflicts.
Suddenly, in a crowd of hundreds, a small group that did not exceed 50 shouted deviant and horrendous slogans such as ‘Let go of Palestine’, ‘Not Gaza, not Lebanon, I’d give my life (only) for Iran’,” Alamolhoda said.
Saturday 31. Dec., Vice President Mike Pence added his voice, saying: “The time has come for the regime in Tehran to end terrorist activities, corruption, & their disregard for human rights.”
And White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders added: “The days of America looking the other way … are over.”
So is this a repetition of Rothschild agent George Soros´failed “Green Revolution” managed by the CIA of 2009?