After their success in devouring Libyan people, the Zionist vultures are now preying upon Iranian people as their next victims. The Israeli Hasbara (propaganda) assault is picking momentum each day. The warmongers from all walks of Zionist spectrum have joined the ‘war cry’.
The other day, I came across two articles; one by the so-called ‘progressive Jew’, Gideon Levy, published in Israeli daily Ha’aretz (November 10, 2011) and other by Jason Smith who wrote about his personal experience while visiting Islamic Republic recently.
Jason Smith’s article reminded me of a 2009 article written by American writer John Kaminski, in which he wrote: “I don’t know how many times I’ve said to my friends – and they can verify it. I wish we had a president as decent as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the current and outspoken president of Iran. I mean, just compare the two men as human beings. Mr. Ahmadinejad seems like a decent guy from the neighborhood, trying to tell the truth while being trampled by the demonic Jewish spin machine. And here is George W. Bush (interchangeable with Barack Obama, as have been all American presidents since U.S. Grant), revealing himself to the world as a lying, pathological killer. Hey, which one would you choose?”
Zionist Levy writes, “Iran will apparently have an atom bomb and that is very bad news“. Israel already has 400 nuclear bombs and since they’re in the hands of Jews – ‘they’re not that bad’.
Levy also ignore the fact that Islamic Republic hosted a ‘nuke-free Muslim East’ conference last year. However, the Zionist regime is an impediment to such proposal.
Levy also accuses Iran, “It is a country that sows evil“.
One wonders on which historic proof Levi has based his accusation. Was Iran, like Israel, established by foreign terrorist groups during last century? Is Levi accusing Iran of waging wars against its neighbors as Israel has done? Has Iranian regime carried out genocide of native Jews, Christians, Parsis and Bahais – as Israeli Jews are committing genocide of native Muslims and Christians?
Levi also calls Iranian government “a dark regime“. If Levi knew that hundreds of thousands of women and minors are sexually abused each year in the US and Israel – He would,’t have made such stupid allegation.
Then Levi asserts: “True, Iran is threatening Israel and the United States“. Where did Levi find such threats? Contrary to that both Israel and the US are forcing the world community to isolate Iran via UNSC sanctions – while threatening pre-emptive attacks against Iran’s civilian nuclear facilities every other day.
However, Levi is not ashamed of being citizen of the country which he admits being ‘morally bankrupt’. “There is a great deal of hypocrisy in Israel’s attitude toward the world….. Th UN is “Um-Shmum” (a derisive term coined by Israel’s first prime minister David Ben Gurion) and UNESCO is anti-Semitic and only the International Atomic Energy Agency can be trusted“.
Interestingly, when former IAEA director Mohamed ElBaradei had criticized both Israel and the US for bombing so-called ‘Syrian nuclear facility’ without allowing IAEA to investigate Israel’s allegations – Israel called IAEA Chief ‘anti-Semitic’ and ran a vicious defamation campaign against ElBaradei. Interestingly, ElBaradei had served on Board of Trustees of the International Crisis Group (ICG). The ICG is funded by Zionist groups like Ford Foundation and George Soro’s ‘Open Society Institute’.
The US, Israel, Britain and Saudi Arabia have long been arming and funding various terrorist groups to sow chaos in Iran in order to destablize Ahmadinejad’s regime before attacking Iran. These terrorist groups include MEK, Jundullah and PJAK. Former CIA official, Robert Baer, has documented some of terrorist activities against the Islamic Republic in a documentary entitled ‘Vanguard: America’s secret war with Iran‘.
Hillary Clinton will certainly call Jason Smith’s opinion about Iran ’anti-Semitic’. “ Whenever I tell people that Iran is my favourite country to visit, the response is invariably a surprised, “But is it safe to go there?” People are fed images of flag-burning, fanatical Britain- and America-haters, but this is not what I experienced. While there is without doubt a significant conservative section of society (indeed, there were pro-government marches while I was in Tehran), I was always treated with respect and never judged for my origins. I’m well aware of course that I was subject to a biased English-speaking sample, the people who have the ability to access other information,” he wrote.
“Still, the difference between the presented images and reality was startling. As soon as people realised I was British, I would be looked after, fed and entertained, rather than berated for the BBC’s alleged plans to overthrow the country. Of course, this hospitality is not restricted to Britons – every foreigner is welcomed with open arms. Indeed, it’s a side of their culture that they take very seriously and are highly proud of. Never was I treated with anything other than genuine feeling and sentiment. Looking after guests is not a chore, it’s something that defines them, is part of their identity. Of course, there are genuinely hospitable people in every country, but what makes Iran so special is how almost everyone has the same attitude. It’s not overwhelming or tiring. It’s just humbling and very moving,” added Smith.
“Another surprise is how open people were to talking about their religion, or lack thereof. For a place and a people that are often portrayed as being fanatically Islamic, it comes as some shock to hear people discussing their beliefs so candidly and so soon into a conversation,” says Smith.
Professor Michel Chossudovsky (Ottawa University) with reportedly Russian Jewish family roots – has long been victim of Canadian Jewish groups. Chossudovsky in a video below claims the US is planning an attack on Iran for the benefit of Israel.
An finally why the Western imperialism hates the Islamic Republic? Eric Walberg, a Canadian Marxist journalist and anti-war activist with Jewish family background, provides a good reason. “Islam is the only monotheism that firmly rejects imperialism in practice, which is why it is targeted today and why anti-imperialists must understand and defend it. It provides a vision of a coherent alternative to imperialism,” Eric said in a recent interview.