Friday, June 19, 2009

Petras on the attempted coup in Iran

"What is astonishing about the West's universal condemnation of the electoral outcome as fraudulent is that not a single shred of evidence in either written or observational form has been presented either before or a week after the vote count. During the entire electoral campaign, no credible (or even dubious) charge of voter tampering was raised."

It is curious that Mousavi won't accept anything less than another destabilizing election, a good time for a real coup. More from Petras:
"Recent events suggest that political leaders in Europe, and even some in Washington, do not accept the Zionist-mass media line of ‘stolen elections’. The White House has not suspended its offer of negotiations with the newly re-elected government but has focused rather on the repression of the opposition protesters (and not the vote count). Likewise, the 27 nation European Union expressed ‘serious concern about violence’ and called for the “aspirations of the Iranian people to be achieved through peaceful means and that freedom of expression be respected” (Financial Times June 16, 2009 p.4). Except for Sarkozy of France, no EU leader has questioned the outcome of the voting.

The wild card in the aftermath of the elections is the Israeli response: Netanyahu has signaled to his American Zionist followers that they should use the hoax of ‘electoral fraud’ to exert maximum pressure on the Obama regime to end all plans to meet with the newly re-elected Ahmadinejad regime.

Paradoxically, US commentators (left, right and center) who bought into the electoral fraud hoax are inadvertently providing Netanyahu and his American followers with the arguments and fabrications: Where they see religious wars, we see class wars; where they see electoral fraud, we see imperial destabilization."

This conspiracy isn't going to destroy Iran, but it is going to weaken it. The only good that has come out of this is that we have lengthened the list of American commentators who are working for the bad guys, i. e., Zionists and those deadenders in the dying American Empire who work for Zionists. It is interesting that the first thing the elected President of Iran did after his overwhelming win was attend the conference in Russia which put the nails in the Jewish-built coffin of the American Empire. Sometimes revenge is a dish best served hot.
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