The many lies surronding Iran
May 8, 2011 § Leave a comment
AHMED THE HOLOCAUST DENIER?
Word by word translation:
Imam (Khomeini) ghoft (said) een (this) rezhim-e (regime) ishghalgar-e (occupying) qods (Jerusalem) bayad (must) az safheh-ye ruzgar (from page of time) mahv shavad (vanish from).
“..The word “regime.” pronounced just like the English word with an extra “eh” sound at the end. Ahmadinejad did not refer to Israel the country or Israel the land mass, but the Israeli regime. This is a vastly significant distinction, as one cannot wipe a regime off the map. Ahmadinejad does not even refer to Israel by name, he instead uses the specific phrase “rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods” (regime occupying Jerusalem).”
“So this raises the question.. what exactly did he want “wiped from the map”? The answer is: nothing. That’s because the word “map” was never used. The Persian word for map, “nagsheh” is not contained anywhere in his original Farsi quote, or, for that matter, anywhere in his entire speech. Nor was the western phrase “wipe out” ever said. Yet we are led to believe that Iran’s president threatened to “wipe Israel off the map.” despite never having uttered the words “map.” “wipe out” or even “Israel.”
^ The best article I have found to disprove this fallacy.
THE NUMBER GAME AND HOW THE MEDIA DISTORTED THE TRUTH
Other sources of evidence:
“…They ignore the fact that Ahmadinejad’s 62.6 per cent of the vote in this year’s election is essentially the same as the 61.69 per cent he received in the final count of the 2005 presidential election, when he trounced former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.”
Now, the only people here suffering are the Mousavi protestors who believe they are right and their vote was actually stolen. This is propelled my Mousavi himself and possibly outsiders as well..
The simple fact that Mousavi claimed victory before the results came out is confusing…to say the least.
“According to a wide variety of news sources (for example, London Telegraph, Yahoo News, The Globe and Mail, Asbarez.com, Politico), “Before the polling closed Mr. Mousavi declared himself ‘definitely the winner’ based on ‘all indications from all over Iran.’ He alleged widespread voting irregularities without giving specifics and hinted he was ready to challenge the final results.” Other news sources, which might not have been aware that the polls were kept open several hours beyond normal closing time in order to accommodate the turnout, reported that Mousavi made his victory claim the minute polls closed.”
This article by Paul Craig Roberts an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration explains that Mousavi was prime minister from 1981-1989 and knew about the Beirut bombing which killed American solders and he was the same guy who started Iran’s nuclear program. So why is he suddenly a “reformist” and better than Ahmed.?
“..More evidence of orchestration is provided by the protesters’ chant, “death to the dictator, death to Ahmadinejad.” Every Iranian knows that the president of Iran is a public figure with limited powers. His main role is to take the heat from the governing grand Ayatollah. No Iranian, and no informed Westerner, could possibly believe that Ahmadinejad is a dictator. Even Ahmadinejad’s superior, Khamenei, is not a dictator, as he is appointed by a government body that can remove him.”
Lastly, the famed statistics which have “shown” the elections were a fraud:
>>But Silver doesn’t find the evidence compelling. He examined results for the presidential race between Barack Obama and John McCain, plotting six points on the chart where results would have come in on election night, and found a similar linear progression. He says it’s not hard to find such progression in other elections as well.<<
>>Silver also examined how conservatives fared in Iran’s 2005 election to see if individual provinces voted differently this time. He found a couple of anomalies, but only one that stood out glaringly: In Lorestan, where conservative candidates altogether got only about 20 percent of the vote in 2005, Ahmadinejad alone got 71 percent of the vote this year.<<
“[It’s] nothing I would consider conclusive proof,” Silver says
>>In earlier versions of this report I mentioned that “fraud is certainly a reasonable inference in light of reports that ‘Iran’s Guardian Council has admitted that the number of votes collected in 50 cities surpass the number of those eligible to cast ballot in those areas’ (Press TV, 2009).” Whether that finding by the Guardian Council is evidence of fraud is disputed. The Guardian Council itself reportedly found nothing suspicious in their
investigation, citing the fact that voters in Iran can vote wherever they choose.<<
^ This article gives the reader a perfect example of how the media chooses to present its news. It focuses most of its attention in favour of fraud yet concludes that statics may not be able to show the whole picture based on a number of other factors. So, if you havent read the whole article you come to the conclusion that the Iranian elections are fraud.
In conclusion, ive given more than enough evidence showing the Western world has influenced Iran and this case cannot be any different this time. The lies that are surrounding Iran in our media outlets are only to be used as a reason to invade the country for its riches just as Amerika has done in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s the same tactics being used with just a different name…