Tuesday, May 02, 2006

To the People of a Free Iran Regarding BBC Propaganda and Ibrahim Yazdi by Shirin Neshat of Sarbazan

Shirin Neshat of Sarbazan has an interesting op-ed piece on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and their decision to grant interview time on April 29th to Ibrahim Yazdi, long time apologist for the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) regime.

Ms. Neshat's article is especially noteworthy for the repristination of allegations made by William Bowles of Countercurrents that George Ball, Zbigniew Brezinski, and Bilderberg scholar Bernard Lewis were among the players involved in the overthrow of the Shah of Iran at the behest of British Petroleum and American/British Central Bankers. Her op-ed piece notes that the BBC interview with Ibrahim Yazdi suggests ongoing British and American involvement with the IRI regime.

An interesting question: Why is Ibrahim Yazdi in possession of an American passport and living in Texas?

A second interesting question raised by Frank Whalen of Republic Broadcasting Network: Is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's confrontational rhetorical style rooted in his affinity for Shiite Islamic eschatology regarding the coming of the 12th Imam? Or is Ahmadinejad, in reality, a secret tool for British/American interests who want a preemptive war with Iran? Does the shadowy British/American relationship with Ibrahim Yazdi, the ex-deputy of ex-IRI Prime Minister Mehdi Bazargan, give credence to Whalen's current suspicions about Western monkey business with Ahmadinejad?

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