Sunday, February 07, 2010

Iran: What's it up to?

Several news announcements coming from Iran today. The first, Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave instructions on Sunday for the production of higher-grade nuclear reactor fuel, prompting the United States and Germany to threaten carefully targeted new sanctions against Tehran. This would allow them to develop a bomb rather than just use it for Nuclear Power.

The second announcement was that they had detained 7 they claimed were tied to US-funded radio station they said was for spying. I have been watching Iran since their elections take actions to try to taunt Western powers, including the United States, into taking a bold move against them. I guess the figure, and rightfully so, that in doing so they would help unite this divided country. My guess is that they will continue to stick something in our eyes in hopes of precipitating a more severe reaction. We must not do this. Let the people of Iran decide what they want from their government. We should stay out of it. It will be difficult as they will continue to raise the stakes until either we respond to the provocation or Israel does.

If the people of Iran continue to show the courage to defy Ahmadinejad and Cleric Ali Khamenei, their "Supreme Leader" and are able to disrupt their government enough, they may have a chance to changing the history being written. It does take huge courage but every society has in its midst those who have the courage. We had Franklin, Jefferson and Washington to rewrite our history. They need to find their leaders of courage rather than the gangsters they have now.

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Blogger Vic Cebollero said...

Geo politics are far too complex to understand from a laypersons perspective. We all see manipulation of the Geo financial markets with systematic changes vis-a-vie multinational concerns. Geo politics are managed to create a bipolar paradigm where chaos and fear are the primary tools.

We will probably go to war over Iran. Who better to administer such a war than a black president with a Muslim name?

Thanks for your posts.


3:15 AM  
Blogger Minneloushe said...

I sure hope we do NOT go to war with Iran. By the time Iran has the bomb, the Ayatollah-led regime, and all its bombast, will be ... toast. Iran, a nation like many others, has patriots who will react if attacked. But, left to its own devices, Iran will re-join the community of nations, and possibly become our best friend in the region. This, of course, in my humble opinion. The Iranian youth have internet access. They are not like the poverty stricken North Koreans or uneducated rural Chinese; they are urban, urbane and sophisticated. Give them time.

9:41 AM  
Blogger Vic Cebollero said...

Minneloshe, I couldn't agree with you more. I think Iran is a great nation also.

Unfortunately, war seems to be an often used solution for economic problems, and consolidation of power. I just happened to be watching Fox News and they are busy creating fear and hatred towards Arabs. In this case over Valentines Day where "it was banned in Saudi Arabia". Anyone watching that had to feel some anger. Which is what the story was supposed evoke, fear and anger. This type of subliminal mind control is used everywhere. We see it with "terrorists". The word is almost meaningless because of it's broad coronations, yet today when ever anyone hears the word terrorist we subconsciously think of: Arabs, Muslims, and Islam.

That is why I believe the will have their War in the near future. The mind bending has been going on for almost 10 years, and Afghanistan, and Iraq were phase 1.

The Bush Nazi's thankfully did finish the job as intended. Iran was clearly on their hit list. Thankfully some brave Americans in the military prevented it. But the situation is far from resolved, and the War drums are beating louder every day. I sincerely hope that these War Mongers be brought to justice, but they are only the tip of iceberg. We need to continue sharing information and stop watching mainstream media to begin breaking the hypnosis we are constantly subjected to.

Someone said the word "Royalty" is based on the Latin for "reality". In other words Royalty tells it's subjects what is real. You say Iran is wonderful nation, but media royalty says it isn't. Which is real?

Perceptions are real!

Who controls perceptions?

We need get folks to stop watching TV and start thinking again. Then we have to teach one another the heart virtues of:

and Valor.

Once a small percentage of us start applying these virtues in our lives, the world will change for ever.

Thank you.

4:36 AM  
Blogger Minneloushe said...

AMEN. Do you remember Yeats' lines:

Now days are dragon-ridden, the nightmare
Rides upon sleep: a drunken soldiery
Can leave the mother, murdered at her door,
To crawl in her own blood, and go scot-free;

Hypnotized, drunk, under the influence of the moon...

Gurdjieff says humanity is asleep. As soon as one even begins to realize this sleep, one begins to wake up just a little; and even that is enough to produce comments such as yours.

A new dark age is upon us, as the McCarthyites and Birchers of the past are resurrected in the current Republican party.

Would that Ahmadinejad would read the sages of his own religion. How about starting with Rumi:

"Would you be a pilgrim on the path of love ?
First, you must make yourself humble as dust and ashes."

- Something our self-appointed Christians here should take to heart.

Again, Vic: Thanks for your compassionate, sincerely expressed sentiments.

2:54 PM  
Blogger Vic Cebollero said...

Here's a good example of what goes on and how's it's done at the mind control level.

There are only two paths to go on: the path of love, and the path of power.

Fear is the absence of love and therefore belongs to the path of power.

Blessed Be ... **(♥)**

6:36 PM  

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