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Propaganda Against Iran; A Few Questions

Iran Has/Wants Nuclear Weapons?

To date, no concrete evidence has been presented about the existence of a nuclear weapons program in Iran. Each and every inspect report by the IAEA and the National Intelligence Estimate has confirmed that Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. Leader of Islamic Revolution has denounced nuclear weapons as un-Islamic and stated unequivocally that Islam forbids the “production and stock piling of nuclear weapons.” The Iranian fatwa against nuclear weapons is a registered document with the UN. Iran has been the only country to lobby for a nuclear-free Middle East. In contrast, Israel has yet to agree to a single IAEA inspection, and its nuclear weapons plant in Dimona is an open secret used to intimidate the Palestinians and neighboring countries.

Iran Threatened to Wipe Israel off the Map?

The world hears incessantly how Iranian president Ahmedinjad threatened to “wipe Israel off the map.” yet, not a single translation of this speech has been made to clearly prove he made this statement. In 2005, the newly-elected Ahmedinjad was giving a speech at a conference in Tehran about Zionism. He quoted the founder of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini, and said, “Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad.” A direct translation of this is: “The Imam [Khomeini] said [the] regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time.” The words “wiped off the map” are not to be found in that sentence, and any amateur translator will tell you nagsheh, the Persian term for map, is not found in that sentence. In the speech, Ahmedinjad further stated that just as the Soviet regime had fallen, the Zionist one would too. He did not say Israel was going to be wiped off any map. Obviously when the Soviet regime collapsed, was Russia wiped off the map? In the same infamous speech, Ahmedinjad called for a Middle East where Muslims, Jews, and Christians would live in a real democracy and in liberty.

For the record, Iran has not launched an attack on any nation in the past 300 years, but it has defended itself against assaults by other countries. Compare this track record to that of the biggest war monger in the Middle East, the same one that uses cluster bombs to take out innocent children.

The Iranians are Eagerly Awaiting the Arrival of “US Democracy”?

American-style democracy has taken over the Middle East; just ask the Iraqis and Afghans how happy they are post-American liberation of their countries. Operation Iraqi Freedom has only cost 1.3 million Iraqi lives to date. In the last Iranian elections, an overwhelming 85 percent of voters turned out to pick the next president, and practically every pre-election poll showed President Ahmedinjad with a significant lead over his opponents. However, the West continues to claim Iran is not a democratic country despite it being the only Middle Eastern country with transparent elections and a fully functional parliament. Western hypocrisy of this magnitude must be respected, and the West has yet to call its allies (Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia) for throwing political opponents in jail and never holding elections.

By all instances, Iran is a democratic society, but to the United States and its allies, the very existence of a democracy in Iran is a threat. They removed this threat in 1953 when they overthrew the democratically-elected government and put in the totalitarian Shah. Speaking of democracy and sovereignty, the US would know a thing or two about those terms, considering for the past 30 years we have tried to overthrow the Iranian government and laid siege upon siege on the Iranian people. More recently, Congress voted to allocate 120 million dollars for anti-regime media broadcasts into Iran. It doesn’t end there. The US also generously donated 60-75 million dollars to fund and support violent underground extremist groups MKO, one of the largest anti-Iran terrorist organizations. Democracy in the Middle East is synonymous with murderous and catastrophic regime change.

Iran Is Five Years Away from a Nuclear Bomb?

Every few months, the United States and Britain try to scare us out of sleeping at night by saying Iran is five years away from a nuclear bomb. Here’s the problem: Iran has been “five years away from a nuclear bomb” for the past four decades.

Obama was asked by a Washington Post reporter if he would “call on Israel to declare its nuclear program and sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty.” The usually eloquent Obama stuttered his way through a response once he finally regained his composure and stated, “And, as far as Israel goes, I’m not going to comment on their program.”

Maybe he should leave Iran’s peaceful program alone and worry about the nuclear warheads Israel and India have.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EtdJYwmUYM0

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  1. October 8, 2011 at 11:15 am

    urganda :

    I hope to God you are wrong, and that my choice is the prudent one; don’t you see Sherwin that if we start fooling around with a 3rd candidate like Ron Paul, we are helping the GOP? I don’t think it is the time for risky moves, not with Israel mad over the Palestinian official move towards statehood, not with the collapse of the financial www they control through the all-seeing eye; not now Sherwin; let the re-election pass and we can press on.

    I hope to and also pray to God that I’m wrong as well, but I don’t see how GOP guys get to be the bad guys while Obama was even more pro-Zionist than Israeli PM in his UN speech. Obama is a weak president, and AIPAC has just so much control over him. But on the other hand, take a look at Ron Paul and how realistic and rational he really sounds.
    shervinandpolitics.wordpress.com/2011/08/23/paul-limit-military-to-national-defense/
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/193683.html
    The all-seeing eye of NSA can’t see much anymore, since most countries including Iran have national internet anymore, and their own social networks, operational systems and everything.

  2. urganda
    October 1, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    I am trying to post in ICH, in relation to one of your comments but ICH is not allowing me to post anything since yesterday when I posted that in order to prevent an attack on Iran, the best way is to block the GOP from winning the elections and, therefore, I am going to vote for Obama, despite how much I despise the attack on Libya.
    “Lamb Reventon”

    • October 3, 2011 at 7:40 am

      Hey Urganda, hope you know that you are going to vote for world war 3, Obama is the war agent responsible for dealing with Iran, this is not like GOP are the bad guys, and democrats are the good guys, this is their show, their good and bad puppets. Do you think if Bush was the president, there would be an attack on Iran? no! this is about stopping people behind the scenes, no matter democrat or GOP, people who run the secret war against Iran and rest of the independent countries. Do you think Obama would ever back off if he knew he could attack Iran? no this is a cold war, this is much worse than Cuban missile crisis, this confrontation in Middle east is taking so long, and could lead to a global conflict that would spread beyond Middle east in no time. (Aventador is better)

      • urganda
        October 8, 2011 at 3:58 am

        I hope to God you are wrong, and that my choice is the prudent one; don’t you see Sherwin that if we start fooling around with a 3rd candidate like Ron Paul, we are helping the GOP? I don’t think it is the time for risky moves, not with Israel mad over the Palestinian official move towards statehood, not with the collapse of the financial www they control through the all-seeing eye; not now Sherwin; let the re-election pass and we can press on.

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