And the winner is... Qom
Mr. Bush publicly denounces the IRI and promises
he has in fact done everything imaginable to reinforce
the regime in Tehran
February 16, 2005
It's Grammy, Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe ... award
season straight after big wins in the U.S. presidential race
and elections in Iraq and Afghanistan. And, now for the winner...
let's open our eyes... is ... Iran! The mullahs in Iran, to
be more precise.
It simply could not have been delivered more efficiently
to the mullahs even if they tried! In Iraq, the newly elected party
the Shia, Pro-Iranian political alliance with long-standing ties
and past residence in Iran. And in Afghanistan the big winner
has been "the Northern Alliance" (long supported by the
mullahs in Iran) with large sections of the country under their
control. Shia factions in both Iraq and Afghanistan are taking
over - with direct US assistance.
Wow! US taxpayers spent all this money ($150+ billion),
shed thousands of lives and yet Iran has come out a clear winner
strategic success beyond the mullahs wildest dreams. They have
achieved more success than they could have achieved on their
own. Consider after all what they invested in their own brutal
8-year war with Saddam Hussein with over a million casualties
(on both sides) and wasted billions of Iran's dollars.
importantly it seems the U.S. has foolishly foiled itself. After
all its effort and pain, the U.S. is squarely despised more
than ever before in the Middle East... and handed power in
the region to the mullahs. It's so amazing!
Consider how America's
great ally - Mr. Chalabi (who provided false intelligence details
on Saddam's weapons of mass destruction)
- has ended up
being identified as a double agent working for Iran's mullahs
all this time. He has suckered the U.S. taxpayer and is now
to be a key leader in the new Pro-Iranian Shia political
faction in Iraq. This is AFTER he was finally identified as a double
agent handing over very specific information about U.S. intercepts
Or consider how immediately after the invasion,
when there was no one patrolling the borders, thousands of Iranian
Iraq, and began organizing crowds and insurgents in Iraq
- leading to rebellion in Najaf and Karbala... and secretly
aid to the insurgents in Iraq. This effort has now led the
States to plan its exit with its tail stuck between its legs.
Everyone's talking about an exit strategy with a
frightened, tired and weary
military dying to get home. Any more military action by the
United States in the region is simply unthinkable in today's
with regular news of US service men's deaths.
Meanwhile another unthinkable event has occurred.
Iran's mullahs are closer than ever to a nuclear weapon. It's
so humorous -
before they agreed to a stoppage of their uranium enrichment
they worked day and night to produce enough purified compounds
a good number of bombs. In effect their agreements to stop
further enrichment have no meaning or value. The mullahs
are doing everything
they want to do. Soon, they'll play Mr. Kim's game and declare
they have the bomb.
And also meanwhile the mullahs have steadily lined
their pockets with record revenues from oil and drugs. The Iraq
brought instability to world oil prices, which resulted in
increases in oil prices - which in turn provided serious
increases in revenues for the mullahs. Iran's supreme leader
1/7th of every Iranian oil dollar directly into his bank
And meanwhile the mullahs have also been working
with their long-time friends: Afghanistan's Northern Alliance to
a record 3000 tons of Heroin (and a hundred times more Opium)
throughout the world last year. Heroin has now become the
drug of choice in
Europe and North America. The mullahs boast of over 2 million
opium addicts and 4 million more infrequent users in Iran.
Leader Khamenei himself is a user and pusher.
Khamenei is swimming in cash. No one is more grateful
to George Bush than Khamenei ... everything George has championed
made Khamenei richer. He's spending the money well - buying
drugs but influence everywhere. He's helping fund terrorists
everywhere: Hamas, the Mahdi army in Iraq, Hezbollah in Lebabon
sheltering Al Qaeda ...
And the Supreme Leader has been quietly funding
political campaigns and journalists in Europe and the United States
too. Only God
knows how far this cash has penetrated politicians and political
internationally. Editors are now penning op-ed articles about
engagement, and dialogue... whitewashing torture, brutality
and evil of
these Islamic fascists. Talk of regime change is being carefully
supplanted with talk of engagement.
Last month, I publicly advocated a stoppage to any
appeasement of Islamic fascism and Iran's mullahs [Appeasing
Islamic Fascism], and I explained how
wealth and success by Iran's mullahs is a huge inducement
fundamentalists everywhere. But, I was amazed at the deluge
of emails I received
telling me "you're too late". I was given explicit
details of current engagements between the mullahs and the United
States government. "No one can stop it and it just hasn't
surfaced publicly," I was told.
Interestingly, I was also informed
that the mullahs have connected not just with the Republicans
but also the Democrats (with Bill Clinton and Senator Joe
meetings with Iran's foreign minister only a few weeks
ago in Switzerland).
The news is out George. Everyone knows about
it! So while
Mr. Bush publicly denounces Iran's regime and promises
he has in fact done everything imaginable to reinforce
the regime in Tehran. All the talk about liberty and democracy
in the Middle
East is basically bullshit. The mullahs after-all stole
Iran's elections last year and everyone sat idly by.
But then why does that not surprise me? After all
it was his father (George Bush I) who on October 19th 1980 met
hand over money to hold the hostages through Carter's
reelection campaign, and then quietly assisted the mullahs with
during the Iran-Iraq war. The Bushes after all have long-standing
ties with the mullahs. Why rock the boat?
Does anyone really expect any real opposition to emerge
in Iran while the United States plays both sides of this
after all is not about what politicians say -- but what
they do. And George Bush has done everything Iran's mullahs
Shame on a U.S. public that is too closed minded
to see this foreign movie... and read the subtitles. Shame on
- the house, the senate, and the intelligence community
- that have funded and supported a virtual encirclement
from setting up U.S. bases in Uzbekistan, investing
in a central command post in Qatar on the Persian Gulf,
invading Iraq) in the name of fighting terrorism ...
to then just walk away without dealing with Iran's mullahs.
is incomplete. Leaving now will leave the United States
with a serious strategic loss.
And the winners are clearly Iran's mullahs!