'Color Revolution' in Iran - NWO Twitter PSYOP

So, this is how a live twitter protest looks, eh? (Washington, June 15th 2009)

Somehow, I don't think many of the unwitting Twitterers turning themselves green have fully thought this attempted revolution through. - Dan F.
Video Source: Al-Jazeera
Iran Falling to US PSYOPS?
Paul Craig Roberts (via VDARE.com)
June 22, 2009
Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during President Reagan’s first term. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. He has held numerous academic appointments, including the William E. Simon Chair, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, and Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. More

President Obama called on the Iranian government to allow protesters to control the streets in Tehran. Would Obama or any US president allow protesters to control the streets in Washington, D.C.?

We are now witnessing in Tehran US "attempts to foment a popular revolution" in the guise of another CIA-orchestrated "color revolution".

There was more objective evidence that George W. Bush stole his two elections than there is at this time of election theft in Iran. But there was no orchestrated media campaign to discredit the US government.

On May 16, 2007, the London Daily Telegraph reported that Bush regime official John Bolton told the Telegraph that a US military attack on Iran would "be a ‘last option’ after economic sanctions and attempts to foment a popular revolution had failed."

We are now witnessing in Tehran US "attempts to foment a popular revolution" in the guise of another CIA-orchestrated "color revolution".
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What Actually Happened in the Iranian Presidential Election?
A Hard Look at the Numbers
Esam Al-Amin - Global Research / CounterPunch
June 22, 2009

Since the June 12 Iranian presidential elections, Iran "experts” have mushroomed like bacteria in a Petri dish. So here is a quiz for all those instant experts. Which major country has elected more presidents than any in the world since 1980? Further, which nation is the only one that held ten presidential elections within thirty years of its revolution?

The answer to both questions, of course, is Iran. Since 1980, it has elected six presidents, while the U.S. is a close second with five, and France at three. In addition, the U.S. held four presidential elections within three decades of its revolution to Iran’s ten.

The Iranian elections have unified the left and the right in the West and unleashed harsh criticisms and attacks from the “outraged” politicians to the “indignant” mainstream media. Even the blogosphere has joined this battle with near uniformity, on the side of Iran’s opposition, which is quite rare in cyberspace.

Much of the allegations of election fraud have been just that: unsubstantiated accusations. No one has yet been able to provide a solid shred of evidence of wide scale fraud that would have garnered eleven million votes for one candidate over his opponent.

So let’s analyze much of the evidence that is available to date.

More than thirty pre-election polls were conducted in Iran since President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his main opponent, former Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi, announced their candidacies in early March 2009. The polls varied widely between the two opponents, but if one were to average their results, Ahmadinejad would still come out on top. However, some of the organizations sponsoring these polls, such as Iranian Labor News Agency and Tabnak, admit openly that they have been allies of Mousavi, the opposition, or the so-called reform movement. Their numbers were clearly tilted towards Mousavi and gave him an unrealistic advantage of over 30 per cent in some polls. If such biased polls were excluded, Ahmadinejad’s average over Mousavi would widen to about 21 points.

On the other hand, there was only one poll carried out by a western news organization. It was jointly commissioned by the BBC and ABC News, and conducted by an independent entity called the Center for Public Opinion (CPO) of the New America Foundation. The CPO has a reputation of conducting accurate opinion polls, not only in Iran, but across the Muslim world since 2005. The poll, conducted a few weeks before the elections, predicted an 89 percent turnout rate. Further, it showed that Ahmadinejad had a nationwide advantage of two to one over Mousavi.

How did this survey compare to the actual results? And what are the possibilities of wide scale election fraud?
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1 comment:

The Mad Ape said...

Look at Mousavi. he did do some good things and installed Iranian social programs. But that will not forgive him for being the guy that is responsible for killing approximately 5000 dissidents in his past political life back in 1989.

Mousavi responsible for killing 5000 dissidents

The Mullahs, much like the Banksters in the USA, appoint who the public will vote for. Whether it is Mousavi or Ahmadinejad, at the end of the day the Mullahs are in charge.

However I do not think that the Mullahs figured on the CIA infiltrating the Mousavi camp offering money to help create this false-flag 'green' revolution.

The color BS is a mindless, old, CIA covert mind trick to play on the masses. In Iran it is a religious symbol, in the west it is associated with the global warming scam.

This way the twidiots from both sides of the green machine join the CIA blame game and pronounce that Mousavi is da man to bring freedom to Iran.

The people that fall for this mind war are a bunch of loons.