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December 28, 2009

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Excellent! The western regimes and their acolytes in the media have been talking about a second counter-revolution from the onset. I think it just goes to show just how scared they are from a powerful Iran and what it means for their hegemonic interests.

We don't see any positive news about Iran. The world media including al jazeera never portrays anything good about Iran. The environment, the people, the culture. Nothing positive is ever reported. The world media is very partial.

We are very pleased to articles by Cyrus and some at www.globalresearch.ca
Even China and Russia supposed to be friendly with Iran never mentions anything good about Iran.

Mr.Safdari is correct in not covering the daily "regime change" and "next revolution" wishful thinking matra, mostly emanating from Zionist media, ageing frustrated exiled community (vatan foroush) and "western intelligence" (most of whom could not find Iran on a map let alone predict its complex political future). In the past decade, since the US invasion of Iraq there has been a lot of sophomoric "analysis" by so-called experts, armchair generals and downright idiots who have taken it as their daily chore of predicting the imminent collapse of the Islamic Republic. These delusional fools would have even made Mark Twain blush with these audacious premature exaggerated news of Iran's death.

Anyone who has visited Iran knows otherwise. I beleive this frenzy of delusional "regime change" predictions are part of the broader psy-ops against Iran as it emerges as rising power in the region and presents a challenge to US and Zionist agenda of energy domination and strategic hegemony. Anyone with half a functioning brain should dismiss all this "coming revolution" nonsense. In all objective assessment, the Islamic Repubic has created stable and strong institutions and the silent majority of Iranians are not opposed to the regime in principle. The US created disasters and total violent societal and national demolition of Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan has given pause to the fancy of even the most vociferous "regime change" aspirants and advocates in exile.

Iran has always had a very well developed national identity and the past 30 years of sanctions, war and relative isolation has even increased these nationalistic trends to the point of xenophobia and strengthened the regime as it faces daily threats from its enemies, both domestic and foreign. In reality, most Iranians would prefer security and an evolutionary hybrid socio-political liberalization rather than a foreign imposed "revolution" and wholesale destruction of their ancient land, courtesy of Pentagon. This is not 1953 and in the youthful educated population of 76 million Iranians, finding another Shaboon Bemokh and Zahedi would be impossible if not incredulous.

Excellent! The western regimes and their acolytes in the media have been talking about a second counter-revolution from the onset. I think it just goes to show just how scared they are from a powerful Iran and what it means for their hegemonic interests.

"no Iranian government can afford to be seen laying down for Israel"?

I thought that Shah was a pal of Israel, and now Zionists rememeber his rule as an example of "good relations" with good natives of the ME.

Or do Zionists lie in this case as well?

[The Shah was not as much of "good friend of Israel" as widely portrayed -- see YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQgZ3oLp_WY ]

I agree ! I think the point you make here underlines the problem with general assumptions made not only in the West but also in the Arab world, about what motivates Iranian foreign policy. I believe it is essentially motivated by a 'realist' pragmatism and not the religious fundamentalism we hear about so much - although to be fair, Ahmadinejad has done a good job of disguising this! Accordingly, there is logical reason why, lets say a ' reformist' led Iran would change the current foreign policy -since the interests remain the same!

I love it! If you write all of predictions similar to what you have done (read psychological warfare) you may be able to publish a 100 or 200 or .... hundred page book. Great job Cyrus.

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