Monday, June 15, 2009

Could Be We Are Getting Close

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The Jews are delighted that Ahmadinejad won the election in Iran. The Jews are also delighted that supporters of Mir Hossein Mousavi are protesting Ahmadinejad's victory. These events weaken Iran both externally and internally and the Jewish vampires smell the blood.

As Iran grows weaker, the Jews become less dependent on Arab support, and more dependent on Israeli public opinion as a necessary precondition for an aggressive attack on Iran. As a result, Arabs in the pockets of the Jews can pretend to reject Netanyahu, which strengthens his hand with the Israeli People. Now, Netanyahu can claim that the Arabs refuse to make peace with the Jews, increasing Jewish paranoia and the Jews' desire to attack Iran, which nation Netanyahu claims aids the enemies of Israel and is about to produce nuclear bombs.

These conditions make it even easier for the Jews to attack the Muslims than the previous necessity of allying with the Arabs against the Persians, to then turn on the Arabs. If Iran can be provoked into revolution and then attacked from Israel, the Mossad will have an even easier time provoking revolutions in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Pakistan, Indonesia, etc.

Ahmadinejad should turn the destructive energies in Iran into constructive energies, and offer Mir Hossein Mousavi some kind of post and offer to create for his followers some means of participating in the government and improving the lot of all Iranians, not because the election was rigged, but because he loves all of the Iranian People and wants to see Iranians united and working together for the benefit of all. Ahmadinejad would be wise to first attempt to placate this group, rather than polarize Iran. If that fails, then there are other options.

Should Mousavi spit on Ahmadinejad's overtures, then it will look bad for Mousavi in the eyes of most Iranians.