June 14, 2009

UPDATE: Elections in Mullahstan - A Brief Analysis.

So the midget won the elections...

According to the latest news from Al-Jazeera - who by the way with its wimpy Ghassan Ben Jedu - is really turning not only pro-iran but pro-ahmadimidget too...

What is this fascination ? I wonder...

After all, mir hossein musavi is not exactly from the white house, it is still the iran of the mullahs...but it seems that for certain arabs (and notice am no longer using capital letters for nouns like iran and arabs), the harder the come. the better the slogans and the more they love it...sounds like hard core sex to me...but some arabs like to be fucked over that way...yalla, enjoy it !

According to the latest news from TV and the net, there are massive riots taking place in the capital tehran, riots by iranian youth...the anti-riots governmental security forces have arrested dozens and beaten up a few more, during the clashes...some reports claim about 100 dead. Buses and other government properties have been set on fire. All phone lines including cells phones have been cut off by the government, the net is down...extreme measures have been taken by the security apparatus to ensure that no further coordination of protest takes place amongst the rioters...

Furthermore, according to some reporters in tehran, this popular anger is not so much due to support for the opposition as some like to believe, but as a general popular "fed up" reaction with both the government's domestic and foreign policies...
These reporters also said that : " the situation is not only very violent but also very dangerous..."

It is clear that the election results have been tampered with, as ahmadinejad had clearly the full backing of ayatoilet khameini. Even in musavi's constituency, the results showed a 57 % vote in favor of ahmadinejad, which according to some iranian observers is an impossibility. Some articles also report that musavi is under house arrest - something that has not been officially confirmed and that rafsandjani submitted his resignation...

On the other hand, the reactions from israel -a supposedly arch enemy of the islamic republic - have been rather interesting.

netanyahu is said to be "quite pleased with the results". And some commenters from Israel argue that ahmadinejad "represents the Shiites best"...

I do NOT believe for one second that israel's "pleasure" (pleasure as in cornering or having an alibi/leverage) in seeing ahmadinejad re-elected has anything to do with the two "burning" issues of a) the nuclear dossier and b)the holocaust's denial statements by iran's president.
This is just verbiage, something to keep people busy with...with shallow analysis.

Furthermore, the reaction from the u.s. is also mitigated. obama seems to think that the elections were fair, despite the blah blah blah rhetoric that is dished out about the iran nuclear dossier...

The real reason why both israel and the u.s are not too displeased with the results, will be found in this "small" detail. It is a detail but a very important one in my opinion.

There are between 20'000- 30'000 iranians crossing into Iraq, daily. Some for religious purposes (visit to the shrines - like in kerbala and nejaf) and some for business and some for both. And when I say business - am talking of millions of dollars projects with the puppet shiite and "autonomous" kurdish governments.

During the iranian elections, and this is just to give you ONE example, out of hundreds, several "centers" were specifically set up for those iranians and iraqis with dual nationalities (iranian-iraqis) to vote for their preferred iranian president.

Now I want to ask you this and maybe you can enlighten me.

During the last american elections, were the u.s. citizens, let's say "en passage" in canada, able to vote in centers specially designed for them ? I suppose not. They probably went to their embassy to do so.

But not in Iraq, even though there are iranian consular sections and "bureaus" in nearly each of the IRAQI provinces.

What does that tell you ? Come on, use your brains !

It tells me that khameini's/ahmadinejad win was/is crucial for the perpetuation of the american/iranian occupation and status quo in Iraq. It also tells me that israel is also betting on it via the kurds...

Why so ?

Because the partition of IRAQ is inevitable now. And the only people who can deliver it through from the iranian side is ahmadinejad and what he stands for. And the only people who will benefit from such an eventual partition besides iran, is the u.s and israel.

You could always argue that had musavi won the elections, the same would have happened. Yes it is a possibility. However musavi and co. are more interested in "détente" with the u.s and israel. ahmadinejad on the other hand is needed to keep the heat up, so the "new world order" as promised by the zionists, can unfold according to plan.

Furthermore, who needs "détente" when you still have other Arab and Islamic countries where shiite minorities are needed to play the sectarian card of divide and rule. And who can deliver exactly that, better than ahmadinejad and his clan ? Clearly, no one else.

You can now look forward to more of the same in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan...and the rest...

And by the way, it would not surprise me one bit if the western and arab "leftists" anti-war shits claim another "divine victory." Just know that I told you so.