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#21 dolphin

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 04:17 PM

Putting it another way, the very first US employee arrested for backing the protests will be a huge propaganda victory not only for Iran, but also for North Korea and a dozen other little countries who want nukes to defend them from regime change.

 

 

No it won't be a propaganda victory for Iran.

 

It will increase the hostility of the US public towards Iran allowing the Trump administration and congress to ramp back up the sanctions quicker.

 

A few US hostages are well worth the price. They would have known the risks before accepting the assignment, or if civilian they deserve being arrested for being stupid for going to Iran/North Korea in the first place. The US public does not have a whole lot of sympathy for citizens taken hostage when those citizens traveled voluntarilly as a tourist. Most US citizens will think them stupid.

 

P.S. Meanwhile the South Koreans have just siezed a second ship in the North Korea standoff.


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Posted 31 December 2017 - 05:42 PM

Another " colour revolution"?


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#23 Mario Milano

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 05:59 PM

Iran – Regime Change Agents Hijack Economic Protests
Posted on December 31, 2017 by michaellee2009
 

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By Moon Of Alabama

 

December 30, 2017 “Information Clearing House” –   Yesterday and today saw some small protests in Iran. They are probably the first stage of a large “regime change” operation run by the U.S. and Israel with the help of Iranian terrorist group.

 

Earlier this month the White House and the Zionist prepared for a new assault on Iran:

 

A delegation led by Israel’s National Security Adviser met with senior American officials in the White House earlier this month for a joint discussion on strategy to counter Iran’s aggression in the Middle East, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Haaretz.

 

Another report about the meeting quotes Israeli officials on the result:

 

“[T]he U.S. and Israel see eye to eye the different developments in the region and especially those that are connected to Iran. We reached at understandings regarding the strategy and the policy needed to counter Iran. Our understandings deal with the overall strategy but also with concrete goals, way of action and the means which need to be used to get obtain those goals.

 

This is probably a result of the above meeting:

 

Hundreds took to the streets of Iran’s second largest city of Mashad on Thursday to protest over high prices, shouting slogans against the government.

 

Videos posted on social media showed demonstrators in Mashad in northwest Iran, one of the holiest places in Shia Islam, chanting “death to (President Hassan) Rouhani” and “death to the dictator”.

 

The semi-official ILNA news agency and social media reported demonstrations in other cities in Razavi Khorasan Province, including Neyshabour and Kashmar.

 

video of that protest in Mashad showed some 50 people chanting slogans with more bystander just milling around.

Protests against the (neo-)liberal economic policies of the Rohani government in Iran are justified. Official unemployment in Iran is above 12% and there is hardly any economic growth. The people in the streets are not the only ones who are dissatisfied with this:

 

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has repeatedly criticized the government’s economic record, said on Wednesday that the nation was struggling with “high prices, inflation and recession”, and asked officials to resolve the problems with determination.

 

On Thursday and today the slogans of some protesters turned the call for economic relief into a call for regime change.

 

My hunch is that the usual suspects are behind these protests. Note that these started in several cities at the same time. This was not some spontaneous local uproar in one city but had some form of coordination.

 

Then there is this:

 

Carl Bildt‏ @carlbildt – 9:38 PM – 28 Dec 2017 from Rome, Lazio

 

Reports of signals of international satellite TV networks jammed in large cities of Iran. Would be sign of regime fear of today’s protests spreading.

 

A search in various languages finds exactly zero such “reports”. Carl Bildt is a former Swedish prime minister. He was recruited in 1973 as a CIA informant and has since grown into a full blown U.S. asset. He was involved in the Ukraine coup and tried to personally profit from it.

 

The only response to Bildt’s tweet was from one Riyad Swed‏ – @SwedRiyad who posted several videos of protests with one of them showing burning police cars.

 

I am not sure the video is genuine. The account has some unusual attributes (active since September 2016, 655 tweets but only 32 followers?).

 

Just yesterday one lecture at the CCC “hacker” congress was about the British GHCQ Secret Service and its sock-puppet accounts on Twitter and Facebook. These are used for acquiring human intelligence and for running “regime change” operations. Page 14-18 of the slides (11:20 min) cite from obtained GCHQ papers which lists Iran as one of the targets. The speaker specifically notes a GCHQ account “@2009Iranfree” which was used in generating the protests in Iran after the reelection of then President Ahmedinejad.

 

Today, Friday and the weekly day off in Iran, several more protest took place in other cities. A Reuters report from today:

 

About 300 demonstrators gathered in Kermanshah after what Fars called a “call by the anti-revolution” and shouted “Political prisoners should be freed” and “Freedom or death”, while destroying some public property. Fars did not name any opposition groups.

Footage, which could not be verified, showed protests in other cities including Sari and Rasht in the north, Qom south of Tehran, and Hamadan in the west.

 

Mohsen Nasj Hamadani, deputy security chief in Tehran province, said about 50 people had rallied in a Tehran square and most left after being asked by police, but a few who refused were “temporarily detained”, the ILNA news agency reported.

 

Some of these protests have genuine economic reasons but get hijacked by other interests:

 

In the central city of Isfahan, a resident said protesters joined a rally held by factory workers demanding back wages.

 

“The slogans quickly changed from the economy to those against (President Hassan) Rouhani and the Supreme Leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei),” the resident said by telephone.

Purely political protests are rare in Iran […] but demonstrations are often held by workers over layoffs or non-payment of salaries and people who hold deposits in non-regulated, bankrupt financial institutions.

Alamolhoda, the representative of Ayatollah Khamenei in northeastern Mashhad, said a few people had taken advantage of Thursday’s protests against rising prices to chant slogans against Iran’s role in regional conflicts.

“Some people had came to express their demands, but suddenly, in a crowd of hundreds, a small group that did not exceed 50 shouted deviant and horrendous slogans such as ‘Let go of Palestine’, ‘Not Gaza, not Lebanon, I’d give my life (only) for Iran’,” Alamolhoda said.

 

Two videos posted by BBC Persian and others I have seen show only small active protest groups with a dozen or so people while many more are just standing by or film the people who are chanting slogans.

 

Videos published by the terrorist group Mujahedin-e Khalq [MEK], 12345, also show mostly small protests despite the MEK’s claim of Tens of thousands of people chant “death to dictator”. The MEK, or its “civilian” organization National Council of Resistance of Iran , seem to be most involved in the current protests. Its website is currently filled with the protest issue with a total of ten reports and its head figureissued a supportive statement:

 

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, saluted the heroic people of Kermanshah and other cities who rose up today chanting “death or freedom”, “death to Rouhani”, “death to the dictator”, and “political prisoners must be freed”, and protested against high prices, poverty and corruption.

 

She said, “Yesterday Mashhad, today Kermanshah, and tomorrow throughout Iran; this uprising has tolled the death knell for the overthrow of the totally corrupt dictatorship of the mullahs, and is the rise of democracy, justice and popular sovereignty.

 

This very early engagement of the MEK -its first report was published yesterday at 10:26 am- is extremely suspicious.

In 2012 it was reported that Israel had used the MEK terrorist organization to assassinate nuclear scientists in Iran:

 

On Thursday, U.S. officials speaking to NBC news claimed that Mossad agents were training members of the dissident terror group People’s Mujahedin of Iran in order assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists, adding that the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama was aware of the operation, but had no direct link to them.

 

The U.S. officials reportedly confirmed the link between Israel and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), with one official saying: “All your inclinations are correct.”

 

In October a CATO Institute paper analyzed (and rejected) several options for U.S. handling Iran. Under Option Three: “Regime Change from Within” it noted:

 

In this approach, the United States would pressure the Iranian regime and simultaneously back groups that oppose it-whether the exiled extremist National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), pro-democracy Green Revolution factions, or ethnic minorities within Iran-a strategy advocates often compare to Reagan’s support for civil society groups in the Soviet Union.

[A] proponent of “coerced democratization,” the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Mark Dubowitz, urged President Trump to “go on the offensive against the Iranian regime” by“weakening the Iranian regime’s finances” through “massive economic sanctions,” while also “undermin[ing] Iran’s rulers by strengthening pro-democracy forces” inside Iran. This option appears to be gaining traction in the Trump administration’s ongoing Iran policy review and has received public support from Tillerson. CIA Director Mike Pompeo also favored such an approach during his time in Congress.

 

The MEK/NCRI noted that Senator Tom Cotton, who will likely replace CIA chief Pompeo when Pompeo moves to the State Department, issued a supportive statement for the protests.

 

The White House and the Netanyahoo regime agreed on a strategy towards Iran. Major members of the Trump administration are in favor of “regime change” by “pro-democracy forces” in Iran. A few weeks after an agreement was found, coordinated economic protests start in Iran which are soon hijacked by small groups of very active regime changers. A group of Iranian exile terrorists, well known for deadly collaboration with Israeli spies as well as for having operation cells in Iran, is highly engaged in the protest from very early on.

 

If this the “regime change” operation I presume, the protests will soon get bigger. When the people need money a few thousand dollars are enough to create a large crowd. Small groups will riot while hiding within the larger protests of maybe genuinely concerned people. The “western” media will engage with their usual pseudo liberal humanism and concern trolling. When the police in Iran tries to arrest those rioters who are raising havoc the media will scream “brutality”. Some “martyr” will be created and iconified. Rumors of censorship and suppression will be raised (see Carl Bildt above), fake news will come from everywhere and hundreds of sock puppet Twitter and Facebook accounts will suddenly be “Iranian” and breathlessly report “from the scene” of their Langley offices.

 

For the Iranian politicians and police the issue is tricky. Economic protests are clearly justified with even Khameni voicing support for the issue. But rioting in the streets must be suppressed before it further escalates and becomes uncontrollable. Weapons on the protesters site firing in all directions may soon become a problem. The Mossad and the MEK are not shy of killing random people.

 

But the Islamic Republic in Iran has genuine support in large parts of the society. There are big civil organizations that support the government – not on every issue but in its general framework. Most Iranian’s are proud nationalists and will be difficult to divide. If this is indeed the “regime change” attempt I suspect, I predict that it will fail.

 

This article was originally published by Moon Of Alabama 

 


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#24 Mario Milano

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 07:07 PM

Another " colour revolution"?


Yep...exactly...the Jew lunatics need Iran under their control because their psychotic greater Isisrael plan will not be happening otherwise.

The worlds Jew problem needs to be dealt with...end of story!
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Posted 31 December 2017 - 07:37 PM

Hopefully Iran will be next as the Syria operation winds down, but handled competently unlike Obama and Hitlery did.

 

Now that Trump is in office the CIA will be allowed to help.

 

All the leaders of the last uprising in Iran in 2009 were disappeared (murdered and tortured) in part because the Obama administration issued stand down orders by US intel agencies.

 

Iran protests turn deadly as 2 killed amid warnings from the regime

Video... http://www.foxnews.c...rom-regime.html

Who the hell do you clowns think you are? Iran won't go down to your Global Imperialism.


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#26 Mario Milano

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 07:58 PM

Who the hell do you clowns think you are? Iran won't go down to your Global Imperialism.


Dolphy the tard is a Jew and psychopatically thinks he is a "chosenite" and we on here and the rest of the goy in the world are his slaves.

Jews are fucking nuts...it's that simple
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Posted 31 December 2017 - 08:23 PM

Its time to start arming the Palestinians with some heavy duty stuff,let those Zionist rats have it back.


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 12:17 AM

Its time to start arming the Palestinians with some heavy duty stuff,let those Zionist rats have it back.

 

That would be of great help. It would provide the perfect propaganda cover that Israel will need for the next large scale next cast lead like operation.


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 05:15 AM

Iranian police being overrun and beaten after shooting at protesters DEC 31, 2017 Video...

 


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 05:18 AM

Total Iranian Media Blackout - what happened in Iran? Dec 31, 2017

 


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 05:20 AM

Breaking news Millions of Protesters in Iran, The Iranian Revolutionary Guard is crossing over, Dec 30, 2017 VIDEO 3. These are scenes from Iran, so you can see what’s going on in Iran right now. This may be the beginning of the end for the Iranian regime, millions are taking to the street and had enough of this crazy dictator regime. The lame stream communist media United States is barely reporting the uprights.

 


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 05:22 AM

Breaking NEWS – Iranian Government About To Give Up? Dec 31, 

 


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#33 Mario Milano

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 07:08 AM

Breaking news Millions of Protesters in Iran, The Iranian Revolutionary Guard is crossing over, Dec 30, 2017 VIDEO 3. These are scenes from Iran, so you can see whats going on in Iran right now. This may be the beginning of the end for the Iranian regime, millions are taking to the street and had enough of this crazy dictator regime. The lame stream communist media United States is barely reporting the uprights.
 
https://www.youtube....h?v=P_YV0f_h9_o

What a stupid video....all you have is some clowns voice over the video and you think it is true because the mossad voice over dude says so.....

The revolutianary guad are crossing over the douche bag says....I didnt see it at all in the video....just the voice over tard saying it..

And he also says the Iranian gvernment has been over thrown.. seems to me they are still there.....you jews are insane..l. period

Edited by Mario Milano, 01 January 2018 - 07:13 AM.

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#34 Mario Milano

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 07:16 AM

Breaking NEWS – Iranian Government About To Give Up? Dec 31, 
 
https://www.youtube....h?v=HIkgTaGtOkg


Fcking stupid mossad/cia propaganda crap......notice the mossad voice over dck in the video says " a warning to police do not shoot civilians"...in other words mossad have snipers in place to shoot civilians just like in Ukraine and Syria....another attempted jew color revolution...same stupid mo
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#35 Mario Milano

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 07:31 AM

mmm, II wonder what Rothschild CIA/Mossad are up to in Iran......

 

 

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#36 Mario Milano

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 11:27 AM

Have Trump and Netanyahu Conspired to Topple Iran’s Government?

 

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

 

A same day article discussed worrisome signs, perhaps steps to destabilize the country and/or initiate joint US/Israeli military operations to replace its government with pro-Western puppet rule.

 

Washington and Israel have long sought regime change. In 2009, a CIA-orchestrated color revolution failed.

 

After Iran’s June presidential election that year, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad winning overwhelmingly, Western media falsely claimed electoral fraud.

 

Months before things erupted, investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said “Congress agreed to a request from President Bush to fund a major escalation of covert operations against Iran, according to current and former military, intelligence, and congressional sources,” adding:

 

“These operations, for which the President sought up to four hundred million dollars, were described in a Presidential Finding signed by Bush, and (were) designed to destabilize the country’s religious leadership.”

 

Iranian dissidents were supported. Bush’s Finding “focused on…trying to undermine (Iran’s) government (by) working with (and funding) opposition groups,” Hersh explained.

 

Iranian news agencies, its Foreign Affairs Ministry, National Police, and Ministries of Interior and Justice were attacked.

 

Henry Kissinger said if color revolution fails, “regime change (must be) worked for from the outside,” implying a military option.

 

Obama continued Bush administration destabilization policies. Months of US efforts to destabilize Iran and oust its government failed – ahead of working on and consummating the JCPOA nuclear deal.

 

Is Trump in cahoots with Netanyahu initiating another regime change attempt, perhaps a more aggressive one?

 

Were days of street protests orchestrated in Washington? Most Iranians support their government, deploring the idea of replacing it with repressive rule like under Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Iran’s last shah, a US/UK-installed puppet.

 

Israel terror-bombed Gaza on Friday and Saturday, defense minister Avigdor Lieberman falsely claiming projectiles fired from the Strip at Israeli territory were supplied by Iran.

 

They’re homemade. Blockade prevents weapons entering Gaza by land, sea or air.

 

The IDF turned truth on its head, saying Iran “risk(s) the safety of the residents of the Gaza Strip and puts them in grave danger…wreak(ing) havoc and destruction (wherever it) operates” – falsely claiming Tehran fomented Israeli/Palestinian conflict by supporting “rogue and extremist terrorist groups.”

 

Netanyahu and other Israeli officials lied, saying Iran wants to use Syria as a platform to attack Israel.

 

Trump expressed support for Iranian protesters, warning Tehran, saying “(t)he world is watching,” ignoring large pro-government supporters countering dissidents.

 

In June congressional testimony, Rex Tillerson expressed “support (for) elements inside of Iran that would lead to a peaceful transition of that government” – regime change Washington seeks.

 

Separately, anti-government extremists in Iran attacked an oil pipeline in Khuzestan province.

 

A group called Ansar al-Furqan Ahwaz Martyrs Brigade claimed responsibility, saying “(t)his operation was conducted to inflict losses on the economy…”

 

Comprised of Salafist militants, it’s reportedly linked to US-supported al-Nusra. Timing of the attack is suspicious, coming during days of street protests in Tehran and elsewhere in the country.

 

Some reports suggest Trump may pull America out of the Iran nuclear deal in January, along with imposing new sanctions on the country, explicitly breaching terms of the agreement.

 

Last October, he said “if we are not able to reach a solution working with Congress and our allies (in the next 90 days), then the agreement will be terminated.”

 

No deal was reached. Congress is focused on other issues. Other P5+1 countries reject altering the agreement requiring years to complete.

 

No later than January 11, Trump must again certify if Tehran is complying with JCPOA terms. IAEA inspectors confirmed it repeatedly.

 

No evidence suggests otherwise. Trump refused to certify Iranian compliance last October. It triggered a 60-day window for Congress to restore sanctions withdrawn when the deal was consummated by a simple majority.

 

If Trump pulls out, it might be part of a destabilization plot, perhaps with military action on the country to follow at a later time.

 

The signs are worrisome. Heading into 2018, greater fire and fury than already may be coming.


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 11:38 AM

Iran – Early U.S. Support For Rioters Hints At A Larger Plan

 

By Moon of Alabama on January 1, 2018

 

Moon of Alabama — Dec 31, 2017

 

In Iran – Regime Change Agents Hijack Economic Protests we looked at the developing U.S.-Israeli operation to instigate a revolt in Iran. What follows are a few more background points and a view on the developments since. A color revolution or revolt in Iran have only little chances of success. But even as they fail they can be used as a pretext for additional sanctions and other anti-Iranian measures. The current incidents are thus only one part of a much larger plan.

 

The “western” democracies are used to distinguish political parties as left or right with fixed combinations of economic and cultural policies. The “left” is seen as preferring a social economy that benefits the larger population and as cultural liberal or progressive. The right is seen as cultural conservative with a preference for a free market economy that favors the richer segments of a nation.

 

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Protests at Tehran University. Again the protesters seem to number no more than a few dozens individuals. Click to enlarge

 

The political camps in Iran are different.

 

The simplified version: The conservatives, or “principalists”, are cultural conservative but favor economic programs that benefit the poor. Their support base is the rural people as well as the poorer segments of the city dwellers. The last Iranian president near to them was Mahmoud Ahmedinejad. One of his major policies was the implementation of cash payments to the needy as replacement of general and expensive subsidies on oil products and foodstuff. The current Iranian president Hassan Rouhani is a member of the “reformist” camp. His support base are the merchants and the richer parts of the society. He is culturally (relative) progressive but his economic policies are neoliberal. The new budget he introduced for the next year cuts back on the subsidies for the poor Ahmedinejad had introduced. It will increase prices for fuel and basic foodstuff up to 30-40%.

 

The protests on December 28 and 29 were about these and other economic issues. Such protests have regularly occurred in Iran throughout the decades. But the current ones were soon hijacked by small groups which chanted slogans against the Iranian system and against the strong Iranian engagement in Syria and Palestine. These are not majority positions of the 80 million inhabitants of Iran:

 

According to the poll, 67.9% say Iran should increase backing for anti-IS groups, up from 59.8% a year ago. Meanwhile, a majority of 64.9% backs the deployment of Iranian military personnel to Syria to help the regime of Bashar al-Assad, up slightly from 62.7% a year ago.

 

The small groups that hijacked the protests against Rouhani’s economic policies were heavily promoted by the usual suspects of U.S. influence operations. Avaaz, the RAND cooperation, Human Rights Watch and others immediately jumped onto the bandwagon. (True to form HRW’s Ken Roth used a picture of a pro-government rally to illustrate the much smaller anti-government protests.) The smaller groups that hijacked and publicized the demonstration seem well coordinated. But they are far from a genuine movement or even a majority.

 

On the morning of December, 30 large demonstrations in support of the Iranian republic were taking place in several cities. In Tehran several thousand people took part.

 

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Demonstraters gather in support of Iranian Republic. Click to enlarge

 

The self described “Iran junkie” of the Brookings Center for Middle East Policy, Suzanne Maloney, interpreted these as counter-demonstrations to the small gatherings the night before:

 

Suzanne Maloney‏ @MaloneySuzanne – 12:40 PM – 30 Dec 2017

 

The Islamic Republic has a well-oiled machine for mobilizing pro-regime rallies (Rouhani himself headlined one in 1999 after student protests.) What’s interesting is that it was deployed almost immediately this time.

 

The “Iran junkie” and “expert” did not know that yearly pro-government demonstrations are held in Iran on each 9th of Dey (Iranian calendar) since 2009 and are planned well in advance. They commemorate the defeat of the CIA color revolution attempt in 2009. That attempt had followed the reelection of the president Ahmedinejad. It had used the richer segment of the Iranian society in north Tehran as its stooges. It is not yet clear what social strata if any, this attempt is using.

 

Cont. reading: Iran – Early U.S. Support For Rioters Hints At A Larger Plan


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 11:43 AM

Total Iranian Media Blackout - what happened in Iran? Dec 31, 2017


 

 

 

Funny little zionist agent provocateur, liar.  The Herbrew speaking "protesters" still had use of their equipment which showed to the world the source of this attempt at color revolution.  We've seen this before, give it a rest.


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Posted 01 January 2018 - 11:57 AM

Breaking NEWS – Iranian Government About To Give Up? Dec 31, 

 

 

 

 

Hahahahahha you stupid, stupid ass   What is being shown is Lebanon, not Iran.  Dumb zionist crap.  :lafn:   :lafn:   :scrollhah  :scrollhah


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#40 Mario Milano

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 12:01 PM

 

 

Hahahahahha you stupid, stupid ass   What is being shown is Lebanon, not Iran.  Dumb zionist crap.  :lafn:   :lafn:   :scrollhah  :scrollhah

Jew dyke Dolphy sure is one dumbfck....all his crap CIA/Mossad propaganda shit he has posted here is so bloody retarded...it shows he isn't very bright is he?


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