Who or What Is Feeding the Unrest in Iran?

There are two general theories about the protests that are taking place in Iran.

One, unfavorable to the Iranian government and establishment, is that the widespread discontent and rioting is over mismanagement of the economy that has particularly hurt poorer Iranians.

The other is that we are seeing a contemporary replay of 1953 Iran and the downfall of Mohammad Mossadegh, which was orchestrated by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the British MI-6.

The Iranian public’s expectation that the nuclear deal would lead to improvements in their lives were wrecked by Donald Trump’s decertification of the agreement and expectations that the pact would be wrecked by America’s renewing sanctions on Iran later this month.

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Brainy But Cowardly (BBC) Misses the Boat Again — Then Again, Don’t They Always?

When any person – or organization – forsakes principles for favoritism, they have lost all focus on character, Liberty, and justice. Yet, the media keeps pretending they don’t know that they are doing this very thing. Any wonder news blogs have been gaining a ever growing audience while the media has been losing theirs?

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Instead of Waking Up the Left, Innocent Deaths Finds Them Choosing To Dig In Their Heels

Originally posted 2018-10-30 13:17:08. The Media The horrific Pittsburgh Synagogue murders are being reported by CNN and BBC in a

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Opponents of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hold a protest outside the Iranian embassy in west London.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

Our World: The Iranian Explosion of Truth

If the Iranian regime is unable to brutally stomp out the countrywide protests raging through the country, and if the protesters achieve their goal of bringing down the regime, they will go down in history as the saviors of millions of people not just in Iran but throughout the world.

Given the earth shattering potential of the protests it is extraordinary to see the liberal media in the US and Europe struggle to downplay their significance.

Aside from a lukewarm statement on Twitter from British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, as of Monday morning – five days into the protests – no senior European official had spoken in favor of the hundreds of thousands of Iranians marching throughout their country demanding freedom.

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What Really Happened to the Shah of Iran?

Americans have been hearing for several years about potential war with Iran. For instance, on September 17, 2006, Timemagazine reported, “The U.S. would have to consider military action long before Iran had an actual bomb.” On October 10, under the heading “A Chilling Preview of War,” Time warned: “As Iran continues to enrich uranium, the U.S. military has issued a ‘Prepare to Deploy’ order.”

In September 2007, US News & World Report stated: “Amid deepening frustration with Iran, calls for shifting Bush administration policy toward military strikes or other stronger actions are intensifying.” And in June 2008, President-to-be Barack Obama declared: “The danger from Iran is grave, it is real, and my goal will be to eliminate this threat.”

However, suppose a progressive, pro-Western regime ruled Iran, representing no threat? War discussions would be unnecessary. Yet many forget that, until 30 years ago, exactly such a regime led Iran, until it was toppled with the help of the same U.S. foreign policy establishment recently beating war drums.

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Hillary’s Negative Influence of Major Players in Governments Across the Globe

This is a repost, in full, from Breibart. Frances Martel has broken Hillary’s negative influences into 5 categories – Migrant

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