Thursday, June 18, 2009

An as Yet Unrealized Opportunity for Real Reform in Iran

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

When the Jews destroyed Russia by ruining its economy and blaming that destruction on the Czar who tried to prevent it, they placed Kerensky in power only to replace him shortly thereafter with Lenin and more importantly Trotsky who began to slaughter the best of the gentiles. I suspect the Jews have similar designs on Iran and Iranians.

Mir Hossein Mousavi does not represent a real departure from Ahmadinejad and the Jewish revolution begun in Iran is a sham built on discontent with Ahmadinejad, and not any reforms promised by Mir Hossein Mousavi. Since Mir Hossein Mousavi is not promising to make substantial changes, he is instead simply a means for the Jews to destabilize and weaken Iran for attack and for other major destructive changes. The Jews are not out to create a lasting government under Mir Hossein Mousavi, but rather are only using him to dispose of him when the time is right.

Since Mir Hossein Mousavi does not represent any substantial change and certainly does not represent an opportunity for substantial improvement in Iran, there is an opportunity for a genuine reform party and leaders to emerge from the ashes the Jewish flames will cause. Such a movement can also serve to atomize and diffuse the Gang-Green Revolution and point out that it is only a trap and is not of any real substance, but is instead exploiting discontent to only cause Iran and Iranians further harm and despair.

Wealthy Iranians should put some money into creating a real alternative for Iranians to both Ahmadinejad and Mir Hossein Mousavi. Mousavi at any rate is a big step in the wrong direction. He is a phoney like Obama who promises change without change. He is as shallow and insubstantial as the green paint on his supporters' signs. He is as monochromatic and dull as his Jewish color revolution. It is time to add some real color to the debate.