Monday, 5 December 2011

Relationship: U.S. provokes Iran

No matter how objective you may think you are on the relationship between Iran and the U.S., the reports on the events over the years between the two countries actually reveal that the U.S. certainly has been stirring up mayhem in Iran with political chicanery and covert maneuvers.

1. In 1953, the CIA helped to reinstate the U.S. puppet, Shah, back to power in Iran. The U.S. has NO RIGHT to dictate who it wants as a leader in other countries. It's quite understandable why Khomeini triumphed in an Islamic revolution to restore power in Iran for Iranians.

2. In 1986, U.S. President Ronald Reagan used Iran in secret arms deals to raise money for his illegal backing of Contra guerrillas in Nicaragua. Meanwhile, the U.S. was backing Iraq's Saddam Hussein in a war against Iran.

3. In 2003, U.S. President George W. Bush pushed for the U.S.-led illegal invasion of Iraq. Then, the U.S. accused Iran for staging attacks on U.S. forces. Why would Iran attack the U.S. forces after the U.S. had helped to remove Iran's enemy, Saddam Hussein?

Note: In January 2002 before the invasion of Iraq, Bush branded Iran part of an "axis of evil" as one of the countries for Bush to invade.

4. In November 2011, the U.S./Israel now accuse Iran for developing an atomic bomb design, as they did in 2008 UN sanctions. The accusers were proved dead wrong in a report - U.S. National Intelligence Estimate in 2007 - which clearly stated that Iran "put nuclear military plans on hold in 2003."

Considering that Iran shot down a U.S. spy drone in July and again on Sunday, December 4, 2011, who is provoking whom?

Considering all the facts above on how the U.S. had consistently accused Iran of this or that, why aren't there more consistent mainstream reports showing the U.S. as the worst warmonger in the world?

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