Iran – Propaganda & Cyber-terrorism

A fair comment here on how the crazies just won’t let bygones be bygones.

”Iranians have a bitter experience with the United States government.  Their first democratic election, after emerging from occupied and colonized status in the 1950s, was overturned by the U.S. government.  The U.S. government installed in place of the elected candidate a dictator who tortured and murdered dissidents who thought Iran should be an independent country and not ruled by an American puppet.

The U.S. “superpower” has never forgiven the Iranian Islamic ayatollahs for the Iranian Revolution in the late 1970s, which overthrew the U.S. puppet government and held hostage U.S. embassy personnel, regarded as “a den of spies,” while Iranian students pieced together shredded embassy documents that proved America’s complicity in the destruction of Iranian democracy.

The government-controlled U.S. corporate media, a Ministry of Propaganda, has responded to the re-election of Ahmadinejad with non-stop reports of violent Iranians protests to a stolen election. A stolen election is presented as a fact, even thought there is no evidence for it whatsoever.  The U.S. media’s response to the documented stolen elections during the George W. Bush/Karl Rove era was to ignore the evidence of real stolen elections.”

And some good analysis here on how foreign (jewish) cyber attackers are attempting to destabilize the country.

”Right-wing Israeli interests are engaged in an all out Twitter attack with hopes of delegitimizing the Iranian election and causing political instability within Iran.

Anyone using Twitter over the past few days knows that the topic of the Iranian election has been the most popular. Thousands of tweets and retweets alleging that the election was a fraud, calling for protests in Iran, and even urging followers hack various Iranian news websites (which they did successfully). The Twitter popularity caught the eye of various blogs such as Mashable and TechCrunch and even made its way to mainstream news media sites.”

Update: The thoughtful and kind and considerate US State Department has ordered the Twitter site admin guys to postpone planned maintenance work ”to allow Iranians to communicate with each other”. Isn’t that nice? Thanks to the US governement, Iranians can keep up-to-date with zionist provocation messages and obtain new ideas on causing more mayhem and chaos.

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