Globalists Seek To Hijack Middle East Revolution To Topple Iran
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Paul Joseph Watson
February 21, 2011
While the current global revolt sweeping across the Middle East and North Africa is born out of a universal human cry for freedom, food security and a decent standard of living, it is important to understand that the global elite are waiting in the wings to exploit the chaos as an opportunity to re-order the geopolitical landscape in their image, particularly by exploiting the demonstrations as a vehicle through which to weaken and topple the Iranian government.
The primary reason why the US military-industrial complex and other western nations appear to be supporting revolutions which directly threaten the tenures of dictators loyal to them, Hosni Mubarak being a prime example, is that such consequences are a price worth paying if the number one target of the globalists -- Iran -- gets toppled in the process.
Prominent neo-con David Frum made this point clear in an article entitled America Can't Afford to Ignore the Chaos in Bahrain, writing, "Always and ever: Iran is the big play in the Middle East...Every regional decision has to be measured against the test: Is this moving us closer to—or further from—a positive change in the Iranian political system? That test should guide decisions about Bahrain, and about a lot more than Bahrain."
Similarly, the The New York Times' David Sanger highlighted the fact that it's in the interests of the US military-industrial complex to allow the revolutions to spread in order to weaken the stability of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
In an interview with National Public Radio, Sanger noted that the Obama administration was looking to exploit the protests to create, "an alternative narrative to Iran that the United States ought to make use of."
"It is in this context that we should understand why the Obama Administration, literally seven hours after Omar Soliman announced that Hosni Mubarak would step down as Egypt's President after all, called the White House press corps back in and, as Sanger put it, "all but urged the protestors" in Iran, such as they were, "to get out and do more". The Administration has clearly decided, as America's strategic position in the Middle East erodes before our eyes, to "push back" against the Islamic Republic, in multiple ways," write Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett.
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