This article as most of the information we see out there, has a double reading to it. On the one hand, it is true that the CIA/Mossad/KGB, etc. etc. etc. are behind the Iran protests, but on the other hand, it is also true that these so-called ‘journalists’ are nothing more than agents just like those leading the protests in Iran, and their purpose is to continue blaming ‘the west’ to create more hatred and reactions against it. Like we always say, ‘the west’ was infiltrated by the same perpetrators who want war, and their final goal is to completely destroy our way of life, our believes and our principals in order to replace them for their One World Luciferian Government.
Whatever the protests are about, the fact is that another war is brewing in Iran and it is quite possible that those who lead Iran are also involved in this sick game, just like it is very possible that Bashar Al Assad was also involved in the destruction of his own country. Money is what counts, nothing else and blackmail is more often than not used to get what the tribe wants which is World Dominion.
“Iran prosecutor blames CIA, Israel, Saudi for protests,” Source: aljazeera.com
Planning for the plot – dubbed “Consequential Convergence Doctrine” – was initiated four years ago by an operative from the Central Intelligence Agency, Iran’s prosecutor Mohammad Jafar Montazeri was quoted by the state-run IRNA news agency as saying.
The CIA operative and an agent affiliated with Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency were in charge of masterminding the unrest, while Saudi Arabia paid for all the expenses, he said.
The US government has denied having any hand in the protests and the CIA declined to comment on the allegations.
The protests, which have focused on economic and political grievances, have been the largest display of public dissent since pro-reform rallies swept the country in 2009.
Iran’s interior minister said about 42,000 people took part in the week of demonstrations. Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said in a statement Thursday the figure was “based on precise statistics we have”.
“The relevant authorities have reported that there have been at most 42,000 people, and that is not a very high number,” Fazli said.
The US State Department said on Thursday it had the authority to hold the Iranian government responsible for the protester deaths.
“We condemn in the strongest possible terms the deaths to date and the arrests of at least 1,000 Iranians,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters.
“We have ample authorities to hold accountable those who commit violence against protestors, contribute to censorship, or steal from the people of Iran. To the regime’s victims, we say: You will not be forgotten,” she said.
Iranian army chief General Abdolrahim Mousavi offered to assist police against anti-government demonstrators, though the protests have died down in recent days.
“In the event it is necessary, the army would take part in the fight against those led by the devil,” Mousavi said on Thursday, according the Asriran news portal.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other hardliners in the country’s theocratic leadership have insisted for days the protests were fomented by foreign powers.
But moderate President Hassan Rouhani said the demonstrations were about jobs and human rights.