Iran, vote rigging, democracy, oil, hypocrisy and a CIA coup(s)

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  • Sun, Jun 28, 2009 - 02:25pm

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    Iran, vote rigging, democracy, oil, hypocrisy and a CIA coup(s)

So what do you feel about the Iran election results?

Consider this….

  • An election result turns on a region whose ruler is brother of the candidate.
  • The junta opposed a recount of the votes in the disputed region.
  • This regions chief law officer, with strong ties to the junta, suppressed votes using a list generated by a company from the candidate’s home state.
  • This list fraudulently contained thousands of names of citizens who were in fact eligible to vote.
  • The junta, members of a party known for its states’ rights agenda, goes to the national supreme court in order to overturn the state court’s decision to have a recount.
  • This self-declared winner actually lost the popular vote.
  • The self-declared winner is the son of a former leader of the country and this former leader was the head of none other than the regimes intelligence bureau.

Any ideas when and where the above took place?…. United States Presidential Election, 2000

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/187611-Sickening-Hypocrisy-the-CIA-s-Dirty-War-in-Iran

Oil, democracy and a CIA coup – A history lesson

"Since the Iranian presidential elections Tehran has been engulfed by civil and political unrest. Not since the Iranian Revolution has Tehran experienced this level of violence and political disobedience. But why do the Iranian leadership accuses Britain and America of fermenting the current political unrest? It’s a story that begins in 1953: a story about oil, democracy and a CIA coup…"

[audio src="http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2009/06/rvn_20090624.mp3" /]

  • Tue, Jun 30, 2009 - 09:44pm

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    Re: Iran, vote rigging, democracy, oil, hypocrisy and a CIA …

Hahahah, you got me, I was NOT thinking of the US as I read down your bulleted list.

The US and the UK have making mischief in Iran for a long time.  If it had been left alone, I think Iran would have progressed to reclaim their once prosperous culture.  Instead, they live under a brutal theocracy that filled the vacuum that we helped create.

Larry 

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[quote=DrKrbyLuv]

Hahahah, you got me, I was NOT thinking of the US as I read down your bulleted list.

The US and the UK have making mischief in Iran for a long time.  If it had been left alone, I think Iran would have progressed to reclaim their once prosperous culture.  Instead, they live under a brutal theocracy that filled the vacuum that we helped create.

Larry 

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It’s kind of ironic when you look at what tyrannical governments are up to overseas but then fail to see the tyranny perpetuated by your own tyrannical government.

The U.S. via the CIA holds the record for overthrowing governments around the planet for at least the past half century.

Prizes such as resource exploitation through indebtedness, military profits & the control of narcotics trafficking are the number one incentives.

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One can imagine what may have happened if the U.S. public actually protested over the 2000 U.S. Election to the same extent as the recent Iranian protests over their own election.

But the reality is while the majority of the ‘sheeple’ remain blissfully stupefied the likelihood of a major revolution in the U.S. is minimal.

Those who speak out (like us) will ultimately be labeled as terrorists [correction] ARE currently being labeled as terrorists and when things begin to heat up over the next couple of years will be rounded up in order to make examples out of them.

While we’re at it how about saying "Hi" to all the guys at ‘Echelon‘.

 

  • Fri, Jul 03, 2009 - 04:41am

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    Re: Iran, vote rigging, democracy, oil, hypocrisy and a CIA …

rowmat – you make some interesting observations that should interest us all.  The election of 2000 was only one of a number of events that point towards a system that is clearly awry.  Government does as it wants even if that entails wars, torture and debt that has broke the nation. 

Does anyone believe the PTB when just less than a year ago we were told that all was well.  Now we’re told that the stock exchange is evidence that we are recovering.  Sooner or later, one must ask who or what controls a government that partners with a few select banks to deceive and prey upon it’s people.

Some choose to believe that our dilemma is the result of incompetence and that after the "crash" we can build again.  But if you look at it you will see a power structure that transcends nations and the game is not about money – it is about absolute power.  No, this isn’t a theory, they have names, addresses, a history and declarations.

We have no chance of winning unless we understand what we’re up against.  We still have the power to simply say no, but that time frame will soon run out.

Larry

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rowmat,

I read somewhere today (sorry, can’t remember where or I’d link to it) that the California IOU’s aren’t redeemable until October. However, the article indicated that some banks might accept the IOU’s from their customers.

Want to bet that the banks will be quietly told by TPTB to honor the IOU’s so that the sheeple can be kept under control?

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[quote=rowmat]While we’re at it how about saying "Hi" to all the guys at ‘Echelon‘. [/quote]

Ooops! Almost forgot to send a big HOWDY to the folks at Echelon!

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As we can see those who are claiming ‘green shoots’ and an imminent recovery resulting in ‘business as usual’ are the very same manipulators who claimed that not only they didn’t see this inevitable crash coming, but insisted that it was impossible to predict.

And they expect us to believe them now?… are they really serious?

Well the reality is that most of the population still believe the BS perpetuated by the MSM and as long as the scam can be maintained it will continue unabated.

However I feel we are now getting close to the end.

The market ‘dead cat bounce’ is coming to an end and by the time many discover the cat was already dead even before it hit the bottom another wealth transfer will have been completed.

I initially didn’t think there would be a show of public dissatisfaction for quite some time in the U.S. but now I think we will see a major shift relatively soon.

It appears the  current financial collapse of California will usher in a pretext of what is coming.

It appears many are now receiving IOU’s in lieu of tax returns.

How many businesses and companies reliant on Californian government contracts can afford to stay in business and pay their own employees if all the goverment is giving them are IOU’s?

How long before the welfare checks bounce or people start receiving IOU’s instead of food stamps?

That’s when the people will take to the streets and that’s when you will see another major internal U.S. ‘terrorist’ event resulting in a massive crackdown on all civil unrest.

A lot of hungry, angry people on the streets will not look good for the government.

They will need to be removed as quickly as possible.

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rowmat,

I read somewhere today (sorry, can’t remember where or I’d link to it) that the California IOU’s aren’t redeemable until October. However, the article indicated that some banks might accept the IOU’s from their customers.

Want to bet that the banks will be quietly told by TPTB to honor the IOU’s so that the sheeple can be kept under control?

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Well I’m sure some will. But I don’t think all of them will.

The government is facing a juggling act here.

Welfare services are being overwhelmed by large increases in those struggling to obtain even basic necessities and the catch is that unless California gets a an AIG sized bailout welfare services will be cut back even further which is just going to compound the situation as the unemployment lines become even longer.

DHS documents and the previously leaked MIAC report have pre-empted themselves by warning of expected civil unrest due to the economic crisis while at the same time indicating that those involve themselves in civil unrest will be considered as a threat to national security and therefor be subject to anti-terrorism laws.

My feeling is at the very first signs of people taking to the streets en-masse, a crack down will occur very swiftly.

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    Re: Iran, vote rigging, democracy, oil, hypocrisy and a CIA …

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[quote=SamLinder]

rowmat,

I read somewhere today (sorry, can’t remember where or I’d link to it) that the California IOU’s aren’t redeemable until October. However, the article indicated that some banks might accept the IOU’s from their customers.

Want to bet that the banks will be quietly told by TPTB to honor the IOU’s so that the sheeple can be kept under control?

[/quote]

Well I’m sure some will. But I don’t think all of them will.

The government is facing a juggling act here.

Welfare services are being overwhelmed by large increases in those struggling to obtain even basic necessities and the catch is that unless California gets a an AIG sized bailout welfare services will be cut back even further which is just going to compound the situation as the unemployment lines become even longer.

DHS documents and the previously leaked MIAC report have pre-empted themselves by warning of expected civil unrest due to the economic crisis while at the same time indicating that those involve themselves in civil unrest will be considered as a threat to national security and therefor be subject to anti-terrorism laws.

My feeling is at the very first signs of people taking to the streets en-masse, a crack down will occur very swiftly.

[/quote]

 

You may not be far off the mark. In these uncertain times, it’s hard to know what will be the exact catalyst that triggers unrest.

These days, the old Chinese proverb is even more applicable: "May you live in interesting times." 

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