Friday, 26 June 2009

The Destabilisation of Iran

James Corbett has an excellent new article up about the evolution over recent decades of destabilisation techniques employed against target-states by Western powers, state and commercial combined: Soros, the CIA, Mossad and the new media destabilization of Iran


Bill Van Auken at WSWS points out that the lack of objectivity in establishment media’s reporting on Iran today is conspicuously similar to its Venezuelan coverage in 2002 during the period the CIA was helping foster a coup, and exposes one establishment journo’s readiness either to lie or conceal vital information from his readers.


Jeff Stein at CQPolitics has some quotes from Bob Baer and Admiral James Lyons testifying to role of the American government’s new best friend Mir-Hossein Mousavi in terrorist outrages that killed more than 200 Americans in the 1980s; but also to the fact that members of Reagan’s cabinet prevented Lyons from striking back at the sitting duck terrorists. Just like they kept on letting the Al-Qaeda leadership get away in the 2000s.


Paul Craig Roberts has posted several good articles on the subject in recent days:

Are the Iranian Election Protests Another US Orchestrated ‘Color Revolution’?
Iran Falling to US PSYOPS?
Ignorance is Strength

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