Would You Support a War Against Iran If You Knew the True Facts?
Would you support a war against Iran if you knew that?
Iran has one of the largest Jewish populations in the world, and the second-largest in the Middle East behind Israel Jews are protected by the Iranian constitution, and are guaranteed seats in the Iranian parliament The CIA admits that the U.S. overthrew the moderate, suit-and-tie-wearing, Democratically-elected prime minister of Iran in 1953. He was overthrown because he had nationalized Iran's oil, which had previously been controlled by BP and other Western oil companies. As part of that action, the CIA admits that it hired Iranians to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its prime minister. If the U.S. hadn't overthrown the moderate Iranian government, the fundamentalist Mullahs would have never taken over. (Moreover, the U.S. has had a large hand in strengthening radical Islam in the Middle East by supporting radicals to fight the Soviets and others) The U.S. armed and supported Iraq after it invaded Iran and engaged in a long, bloody war which included the use of chemical weapons. Here is former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld meeting with Saddam Hussein in the 1980 --s, several months after Saddam had used chemical weapons in a massacre - Video
The U.S. has been claiming for more than 30 years that Iran was on the verge of nuclear capability The U.S. helped fund Iran's nuclear program - Video
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Lance Ciepiela is a retired senior who had an interesting career in government service - a United States Marine Corps (USMC) Vietnam-Era veteran, who became interested in restoring the Constitution after I realized that George W. Bush had attacked (
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