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Vicious International Games, Heartless International Players

Posted by Glezele Vayne on July 7, 2009

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Arutz Sheva’s Tamar Yonah, in a show entitled, Audio: An Iranian Speaks, recently Mr. Armen Saginian, an Iranian living in exile and author of several books and articles on Iran, Middle East issues, how the West and Islam plays into all the suffering in the region.

Below are some quotes from the show which shed some light on the current situation in Iran. It breaks my heart for the protesters, as it appears they’ve been set up, and are now suffering unimaginably.

“We have a nasty player in this whole game by the name of Zbigniew Brzezinski. That person planned the whole thing when they tried to force Shah to kill the young leftists or young free thinkers. Leftist is a misnomer. They were free thinkers. They didn’t have anything else to do except go towards left, and they were labeled as leftists. Shah refused to kill them. So they met, two persons met in Algiers, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski and Dr. Ibrahim Yazdi. They met in Algiers before the revolution in Iran started, this last revolution thirrity years ago…before Shah was disposed (sic).”

“…because of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s plan to put a ‘green belt’ around Soviet Union and bring down Soviet Union, apparently he had personal vendetta against Russians or against Soviet Union because of him being a Polish person, he started all this. Now as it goes on right now today, it is continuation of what he started. They brought these elements, these muslim clerics in, with the understanding that whatever Shah refused to do, they will do. And when Ramsey Clark met with Homeini in Paris, apparently that’s what they decided finally. That Homeini will come. He will be supported. They will be kept on, and they will be paid handsomely, as most of them are multi-multi-millionaires right now, with all their banking (unintelligible) in foreign countries.

Every few years they give room for the discontents to come out and show their discontent. And the government or the regime comes and arrests all of them, takes them to prison, kills some of them during the unrest and kills the rest of them in the prison, or forces them into submission in prison. Right now we are again in that situation. However, please remember one thing. Inside Iran the main force that can effect a regime change in Iran has not engaged yet. And their reason for not engagement is basically one thing — not one thing, two things, combination of one thing: The lack of leadership and the lack of goals of where they want to go.”

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