“Listen, Jews do lot of things out of guilt. Generally it has to do with visiting people, not making movies,” Jon Stewart told the Jew York Magazine last month.
Jon Stewart (née Jonathan Stuart Leibovitz), the host of popular satirical The Daily Show, is director of the latest anti-Iran propaganda movie, Rosewater, which is scheduled to be screened this weekend at several cinemas in Toronto, Canada.
The movie is based on the so-called “autobiography” of Iran-Canadian journalist, Maziar Bahari, who was arrested in Iran covering Dr. Ahmadinejad’s re-election in June 2009 for the Jewish-owned Newsweek magazine. Bahari family left Iran after the fall of pro-USrael Reza Shah regime in 1979, as did millions of other secularist Iranian elites and Jews.
Bahari along with several other foreign “journalists” and election “monitors” were arrested in June 2009 on charges of being foreign agents involved in a violent pro-West regime change (Velvet revolution) in Tehran to destroy the foundations of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Bahari who is married to Italian-British Jewish lawyer Paola Gourley, was released on October 17, 2009 to see his first-born baby in London.
Several of “journalists” arrested admitted that their trips were funded by the Open Society Institute and the Soros Foundations Network (OSI), The Rockefeller Institute, the Ford Foundation, the German Marshall Fund, Freedom House, Council on Foreign Relations, German Association for Foreign Policy, and the Institute for Democratic Studies in England, all controlled by Zionist Jews.
One of the anti-government Green Revolution leaders also admitted that he visited Israel where he was introduced to MEMERI officials. The founder of the group is a retired Israeli military officer. Its job is to mistranslate Muslim leaders statements in Arabic, Persian, Urdu, etc. into English to created western hatred toward Muslim countries. Former Iranian president Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was the top target of MEMRI, when he was misquoted in October 2005 for saying Wipe Israel off the map. Since then, the quote has become part of the Zionist Talmud.
According to Jewish Moment magazine (July-August 2011), Mazair Bahari was “always fascinated by Jewish history and culture. He was the first Muslim who made a movie about Holocaust. His pregnant wife Paola Gourley led a campaign for his release which was latter joined by Israel-First Hilary Clinton, Stephen Harper and Jon Stewart.
The Zionist-controlled western leaders and mass-media called Ahmadinejad’s victory in 2009 fraud election even though he secured 62% votes while the western pundits have projected Ahmadinejad’s victory by 65% votes. The latest West’s ‘fraud elections’ have been re-elections of Russia’s Vladmir Putin and Syria’s Bashar al-Assad – but Ukrainian election was declared by the same leaders and media “kosher” because country’s Jew mafia won it.
Last year, Hollywood Hoax ARGO won top awards for running anti-Iran propaganda. Ben Afleck (Jewish) who directed the film for Jewish Warner Brothers and also played the leading role of Tony Mandez, tried to give credit to CIA agents for the rescue of some of the 52 American took hostages in US Embassy in Tehran by Iranian students. The story is debunked by Canadian professor an author Robert Wright (Trent University) in his book, ‘Our Man in Tehran’ claiming that it was Canada’s ambassador Kenneth Taylor, CIA Station Chief in Iran, who helped six US hostages to escape Iran with forged Canadian passports. Read more here.
“The movie is primarily a propaganda tool aimed at Americans to sustain their fear of Iran,” said Danny Schechter, an independent Jewish filmmaker and blogger based in South Africa.
Soraya Sephapour-Ulrich, is an Iranian-born western-educated independent US investigative journalist focused on US foreign policy in the Middle East and the pro-Israel lobby groups in United States. She has just returned from Iran after a two-month-long fact-finding mission especially women treatment under the Islamic rule in that horrible “terrorist-sponsoring” nation against Israel and the West.
“Western media with help from feminists and Iranians living outside of Iran portray Iranian women as being “oppressed” – foremost because women in Iran have to abide by an Islamic dress code – hijab. Yes, hijab is mandatory and women choose to either wear either a chador or to wear a scarf. But what is crucial to understand is the role chador played in pre 1979 versus the post Revolution era,” says Soraya who is neither religious or wears hijab.
She claims that before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, women wearing hijab were considered backward and second-class citizen with no opportunities at government, banking and education sectors. However, it has all changed since 1979.
“Today’s Iranian woman, the same (formerly) less privileged class, has found freedom in her chador. She has been unshackled and she marches on alongside her (formerly) more privileged colleague. This emancipation is what the Western/Westernized feminists see as oppression,” she said.
“I myself come from yesterday’s tiny minority of privileged women, far too comfortable in my Western skin to want to promote hijab, but I will not allow my personal preferences to diminish the value of the progress made because of hijab. The bleeding hearts from without should simply change their tainted lenses instead of trying to change the lives of others for Iranian women do not need to be rescued, they do not follow – they lead,” she admitted.
Soraya Sephapour-Ulrich had a rare interview with Iran’s former president Ahmadinejad. In 2010, Soraya interviewed US media “darling” Katie Kouric (born to a Jewish mother Elinor Tullie) of CBS, NCB and ABC, etc. During the interview, Kouric told Soraya that Israeli prime minister is the boss and US president Barack Obama is irrelevant.