Nedstigning i mørket - Reagan og Iran
NEO - Descent into Darkness - Reagan and Iran
Not Russia, but America died under President Reagan's policies
- First published February 9, 2015 -
"The Individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a Conspiracy so monstrous, he cannot believe it exists" - J. Edgar Hoover, former FBI Director
Last week, the government of Pakistan presented proof to US Secretary of State John Kerry that America was financing ISIS operations.
Account numbers were given, tracing back to conservative political donors and shady financial groups aligned with PJ Media, the Jamestown Foundation and a number of former military flag officers, several of whom regularly appear on Fox News and Alex Jones, the same names that popped up as planning the Benghazi attack.
The organization isn't a new one, the basis for the Islamic State come from the Reagan presidency, the banking mechanisms used during Iran Contra when 123 Reagan appointees were convicted of crimes from Treason to Obstruction of Justice. ISIS is also a descendant of Gladio, the "stay behind" terror worldwide terror network controlled by Freemasons responsible for attacks across Europe and Latin America for over 3 decades.
Reagan's real goal was taking down two enemies, the Soviets and Iran. His personal war on Iran, both economic and military nearly sent him to prison were he not able to prove he was mentally unfit for office while serving as president, as evidenced in his testimony at the Iran Contra hearings.
Terror Funding Origins
The financial network used to back the terror organizations, Gladio, Al Qaeda and their current incarnations, along with dozens of contrived "national fronts" began with Reagan's moves against world banking, moves on behalf of the Rothschilds and their Federal Reserve "associates."
In the US it began with the deregulation of "thrifts," locally owned Savings and Loans quickly bankrupted through fraud, a move led by the Bush family and Senator John McCain but set up by the Reagan Treasury Department. 1.5 trillion US dollars were stolen from these financial organizations with only Charles Keating, close friend of Senator John McCain, and 40 low level operatives to go to prison.
McCain escaped prison and suffered only minor rebukes for his part in the Keating scandals.
Uri Avnery - Israel's long dirty dance with the Arab regimes
- First published ... April 2, 2016 -
One of the most famous lines in German poetry is "Don't greet me under the lime trees." The Jewish-German poet Heinrich Heine asks his sweetheart not to embarrass him in public by greeting him in the main street of Berlin, which is called "Unter den Linden" ("Under the Lime Trees").
Israel is in the position of this illicit sweetheart. Arab countries are having an affair with her, but don't want to be seen with her in public. Too embarrassing.
The main Arab country in question is Saudi Arabia. For some time now, the oil kingdom has been a secret ally of Israel, and vice versa. In politics, national interests often trump ideological differences. This is so in this case. The area referred to by Westerners as the "Middle East" is now polarized into two camps, led respectively by Saudi Arabia and Iran.
The northern arc consists of Shiite Iran, present-day Iraq with its Shiite majority, the main Syrian territory controlled by the Alawite (close to Shiite) community and Shiite Hezbollah in Lebanon.
The Southern bloc, led by Sunni Saudi Arabia, consists of the Sunni states of Egypt and the Gulf principalities. In a shadowy way, they are connected with the Sunni Islamic Caliphate, a.k.a. Daesh or Isis, which has lodged itself between Syria and Iraq. Except for Egypt, which is as poor as a mosque mouse, they are all stinking rich with oil.
Saudi-Iranian future: Three games, three scenarios
By Manal Saadi for Pravda.RU
There is no need to argue on Saudi Arabia and Iran as the two biggest regional powers in the Gulf, the rising tension between the two countries who are engaged in proxy wars in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and somehow Bahrein had installed a climate of Cold War 2.
How did we get there? Saudi Arabia existed since 1932 as a Sunni country and the birthplace of Islam. Its history of creation is so unique, mesmerizing and fascinating. Iran, has a glorious past, with various empires that conquered the Arab-Islamic world at certain period of time.
While the Shah was in power, Iran's relations with the Arab Gulf States were normalized, Iran's navy used to act as the policeman of the gulf. The situation has changed when the Iranian Islamic revolution occurred in 1979, with consequences on both countries and on their relationships.
Iran's Ayatollah wanted to export their respective model and undermine Saudi Arabia that Iranian officials see as corrupt and unworthy due to its relation with the United States and the West. The Shia country is also supporting Shia communities in the Gulf which is seen as a direct threat to Saudi Arabia.
Today, the relationship between the two countries is delayed.
Mike Harris on Press TV: US continues sanctions against Iran
US reconstruction projects in Afghanistan are ?political corruption?: Analyst
Suppressed War News, November 4, 2015
Originally published by Press TV
Every year on the Day of Atonement, the ancient Hebrews would blame all of their problems on a goat. Then they would send the goat out into the desert. Goodbye problems!
The ancient Greeks did exactly the same thing.
Unfortunately, blaming all your problems on a scapegoat does not solve those problems. But it may offer a temporary escape in the same way that drugs can provide a brief escape from life's problems. (The Greek word for scapegoat, pharmakos, also can mean "mind-altering drug.")
Today, some of the ancient Hebrews' supposed descendants, the Jews, and their Semitic cousins, the Arabs, are blaming their problems on Iran. Some imagine that going to war with Iran would somehow solve those problems.
In reality, it would just make the problems worse.
But the scapegoating mechanism is irrational. People indulge in scapegoating for emotional reasons not pragmatic ones. Those who make the mistake of blaming their problems on a scapegoat usually end up with more problems than they started with.
Let's examine how Likudnik Israelis as well as some Arabs are making Iran the scapegoat for their own societies' troubles.
When the Lying Starts