In an Impotent World Even the Bankrupt Can Prevail

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When Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Japan did not spend years preparing her public case and demonstrating her deployment of forces for the attack. Japan did not make a world issue out of her view that the United States was denying Japan her role in the Pacific by hindering Japan’s access to raw materials and energy.

Similarly, when Adolf Hitler attacked Russia, he did not preface his invasion with endless threats and a public case that blamed the war on England.

These events happened before the PSYOPS era. Today, America and Israel’s wars of aggression are preceded by years of propaganda and international meetings, so that by the time the attack comes it is an expected event, not a monstrous surprise attack with its connotation of naked aggression.

The United States, which has been threatening Iran with attack for years, has passed the job to Israel. During the third week of July, the American vice president and secretary of state gave Israel the go-ahead. Israel has made great public disclosure of its warships passing through the Suez Canal on their way to Iran. “Muslim” Egypt is complicit, offering no objection to Israel’s naval forces on their way to a war crime under the Nuremberg standard that the United States imposed on the world.

By the time the attack occurs, it will be old hat, an expected event and, moreover, an event justified by years of propaganda asserting Iran’s perfidy.

Israel intends to dominate the Middle East. Israel’s goal is to incorporate all of Palestine and southern Lebanon into “Greater Israel.” The United States intends to dominate the entire world, deciding who rules which countries and controlling resource flows.

The United States and Israel are likely to succeed because they have effective PSYOPS. For the most part, the world media follow the U.S. media, which follow the U.S. and Israeli governments’ lines. Indeed, the American media are part of the PSYOPS of both countries.

According to Thierry Meyssan in the Swiss newspaper Zeit-Fragen, the CIA used SMS, or text messaging, and Twitter to spread disinformation about the Iranian election, including the false report that the Guardian Council had informed Mir-Hossein Mousavi that he had won the election. When the real results were announced, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s re-election appeared to be fraudulent.

Iran’s fate awaits it. A reasonable hypothesis to be entertained and examined is whether Iran’s Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mousavi are in league with Washington to gain power in Iran. Both have lost out in the competition for government power in Iran. Yet, both are egotistical and ambitious. The Iranian Revolution of 1979 probably means nothing to them except an opportunity for personal power. The way the West has always controlled the Middle East is by purchasing the politicians who are out of power and backing them in overthrowing the independent government. We see this today in Sudan, as well.

In the case of Iran, there is an additional factor that might align Rafsanjani with Washington. President Ahmadinejad attacked former President Rafsanjani, one of Iran’s most wealthy persons, as corrupt. If Rafsanjani feels threatened by this attack, he has little choice but to try to overthrow the existing government. This makes him the perfect person for Washington.

Perhaps there is a better explanation why Rafsanjani and Mousavi, two highly placed members of the Iranian elite, chose to persist in allegations of election fraud that have played into Washington’s hands by calling into question the legitimacy of the Iranian government. It cannot be that the office of president is worth such costs, as the Iranian presidency is not endowed with decisive powers.

Without Rafsanjani and Mousavi, the U.S. media could not have orchestrated the Iranian elections as “stolen,” an orchestration that the U.S. government used to further isolate and discredit the Iranian government, making it easier for Iran to be attacked. Normally, well-placed members of an elite do not help foreign enemies set their country up for attack.

An Israeli attack on Iran is likely to produce retaliation, which Washington will use to enter the conflict. Have the personal ambitions of Rafsanjani and Mousavi, and the naive, youthful upper-class Iranian protesters, set Iran up for destruction?

Consult a map, and you will see that Iran is surrounded by a dozen countries that host U.S. military bases. Why does anyone in Iran doubt that the nation is on her way to becoming another Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, in the end to be ruled by oil companies and an American puppet?

The Russians and Chinese are off-balance because of successful American interventions in their spheres of influence, uncertain of the threat and the response. Russia could have prevented the coming attack on Iran, but, pressured by Washington, Russia has not delivered the missile systems that Iran purchased. China suffers from her own hubris as a rising economic power and is about to lose her energy investments in Iran to U.S./Israeli aggression. China is funding America’s wars of aggression with loans, and Russia is even helping the United States to set up a puppet state in Afghanistan, thus opening up former Soviet central Asia to U.S. hegemony.

The world is so impotent that even the bankrupt United States can launch a new war of aggression and have it accepted as a glorious act of liberation in behalf of women’s rights, peace and democracy.


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