I decided to diverge from gore with this article since I think this is an issue that deserves appropriate attention. Why? Because in order to understand the present, we must know the past. But not the biased history they taught us in school, but the things that were obfuscated and kept in the dark for the sake of indoctrination, because, who wants informed citizens?
Well informed people will not tolerate the things that are happening, and will take action in the most suitable ways. How? By spreading the truth, by protesting, by not complying, by not acquiring or maintaining certain habits that benefit those that oppress us.
So in this particular article, I decided to talk about a pertinent event of the 20th century. One of the most important, in fact. The 1953 Iranian Coup D’état, also known as TPAJX Project by the Americans, and Operation Boot by the British.
If you already know about this operation, then you have an idea regarding as to what follows, but for those of you who never even heard of this, you’ll understand how this historical moment paved the way for US/Israeli imperialism around the world.
On August 19th, 1953, the democratically elected Prime-Minister of Iran, Mohammad Mosaddegh, was overthrown from his position by a group of rebels under General Fazlollah Zahedi, following orders of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the self proclaimed Shah of Iran (king, in other words).
The forgotten hero, Mohammad Mosaddegh:
Now you may ask, “ok, but where does the US/UK fit in all this?”
This rebellion had a purpose, and that purpose wasn’t providing help to the Iranian people, oh no. It was something else.
When Mosaddegh became Prime-Minister in 1951 (through democratic elections, closely followed and scrutinized by international observers, I may add), he had a few plans for his country. He wanted to reduce the semi-absolute authority the Shah had, therefore making Iran a complete democracy, and he wanted to nationalize Iran’s oil industry that consisted of vast oil reserves as well as the Abadan Oil Refinery which, when he came to office, was under the control of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, today known as BP (British Petroleum). Which he did.
Now, can you imagine Winston Churchill’s reaction? Oh what I would give to have been alive back then and see his disappointed and angry bulldog face.
So of course he didn’t let this slip by, he had to do something, since he knew the potential of Iran’s oil reserves, and that oil consumption would continue to increase, thus generating astronomical profits.
In response to the nationalization of Iranian oil, the British bulldog decided to place an embargo on Iranian oil exports, and attempted to block the Strait of Hormuz (how classy). All of this to no affect.
So what did he decide do? He ran to the United States and literally begged for help.
When Churchill went across the pond to the New World, then US president, Harry S. Truman, refused to take part in something as outrageous as inciting and financing a military Coup in another country (I bet that hurt, didn’t it, bulldog?). But unfortunately, Dwight D. Eisenhower, who became the US president on January 1953, was all ears and agreed to assist the British in their quest. Eisenhower, persuaded by anti-communist sentiment, thought that Iran’s communist party, the Tudeh, could capitalize on the political instability and assume power, aligning themselves with the Soviet Union. And giving more influence and power to the Soviets was not an option.
So the game was on.
Winston (The Bulldog aka Winnie aka Cunt Face) Churchill, voted the greatest Briton of all time. I guess crime does pay, uh. Take that, Shakespeare!
The recently created terrorist organization CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), and the British Secret Intelligence Service, known as MI6, also a terrorist organization, joined forces and were on their way to do what they were assigned to do. Cause chaos and mayhem in the name of oil, power, money and imperialism.
Although the British had agents working in Iran, the most prominent man in all of this was Kermit Roosevelt, Jr (funny thing they named a Sesame Street character after him. They must have been inspired), the grandson of the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt. Even in his final years he showed no regret for what he had done. This shows very well the intensity at which he performed fellatios on the Zionists, after all, Israel benefited greatly from this event (and I shall explain in future posts).
Kermit and fellow agents, American and British, paid Iranian tribal leaders to speak against Mosaddegh and portray him as a villain, a man who had ambitions to become a dictator. Their role in this was to provoke anti-government sentiment amongst the population, generating discontent and hopefully protests.
To add to the list, both the CIA and MI6 also bribed street thugs and gangs, opposition politicians and Iranian military officials. The ultimate goal was to provoke a revolution, overthrow Mosaddegh, create a “guided democracy” and return full authority to the Shah, Mohammad Pahlavi. All of this, unfortunately, became true.
A royal decree dismissing Mosaddegh and appointing Zahedi was drawn up by the Coup plotters and signed by the Shah.
On the 19th of August, a pro-Shah mob paid by the CIA marched to Mosaddegh’s residence. Other CIA-paid men were brought into Tehran in buses and trucks, and took over the streets of the city. The conflict resulted in an estimated 500 – 800 dead.
Mohammad Mosaddegh was illegally arrested, tried and convicted of treason (truth is treason in an Empire of lies – Ron Paul) by the Shah and sentenced to three years in prison. After that, he was placed under house arrest for the remainder of his life.
Kermit (the provocateur) Roosevelt, Jr.
Many of those who supported Mosaddegh were also arrested, tortured and executed (estimated to be several hundred) by the newly formed authoritarian regime under Pahlavi.
Pahlavi remained in power for 26 years until he was removed in the Iranian revolution of 1979 and went into exile in Egypt, like a coward. Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini took his place and formed the Islamic Republic of Iran, as we know it today. It still is, believe it or not, a democracy that allows parliamentary representation for all religions, and does not prosecute the Jews, as we are taught by the mainstream media (an estimated 35 thousand Jews live there and enjoy the same rights as all other Iranian citizens).
In his 26 years, the Shah bowed down to the US like a puppy, recognized the illegal state of Israel as a legitimate and sovereign state, and filled his bank accounts with US tax dollars, while oppressing the people of his country.
It is also imperative to mention that this whole operation was carried out using the US and British tax money, obviously, and even though the true costs of the operation were never fully disclosed, it’s generally estimated to be in the millions (back then this was a lot of money, even more so than today).
So what can we learn from this and how useful is this information? We can conclude that neither the US nor the United Kingdom ever were the glimpse of hope, democracy and freedom that Zionist owned Hollywood and the mainstream media portray them to be. And this can be particularly useful when someone calls you a conspiracy theorist, because now you can argue with factual evidence of past events, because what we saw in Iraq and Afghanistan (and I’ll talk about a particular operation regarding Cuba and 9/11 in future posts) is nothing more than history repeating itself.
To the American and British BestGore members, please note that I am not criticizing neither you nor your countries as a whole, as I myself have plenty of American and British friends and have the outmost admiration for them, as well as I have for many Americans who are fighting for change with nails and teeth and are doing their best to keep the truth alive, but I am criticizing the political, banking and corporate system that utilizes your countries to achieve their goals. Why your countries more than others? Because of their influence and power. Controlling the US military is a huge advantage for Zion, but I will talk about that in another occasion.
While on trial, these words pronounced by Mosaddegh have stayed in history: “I know I am guilty of only one thing, not surrendering to foreign influence.” If only all leaders of nations were like you. To you sir, a big round of applause.