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Between the US and Israeli government interests in the Middle East and the extremely biased coverage by Western/US News Media the truth is lost. Iranian unrest and destabilization is only in the interest of the USA and Israel. Its not for the United States to determine who will be the leader of Iran, P.J. Crowley, chief spokesman for the State Department, said in an interview still the USA perpetrating lies of WMDs started a war in Iraq, a neighbor of Iran, then when the WMD charges were proven false the next objective was regime change.

We want a peaceful rally to protest the unhealthy trend of the election and realize our goal of annulling the results, Mousavi said Wednesday. Look if the results are not what you expected you cant just create chaos so the results are annulled, if that was the case Quebec would already be a separate country and not part of Canada. (You got to be a Canadian to understand our own internal problems.) The same goes in Northern Ireland the British still are in control regardless of protest or violenceand because of violence the IRA are labeled terrorists.

"It's up to Iranians to make decisions about who Iran's leaders will be. We respect Iran's sovereignty and want to avoid the US being the issue inside of Iran," Obama said. But Iranian officials say US protestations of non-interference would be more credible if the White House publicly cancelled a $400m Bush era covert programme, authorised in 2007, that they say was intended to destabilise Iran, with the ultimate aim of regime change.
According to the journalist Seymour Hersh, writing in the New Yorker last year, covert operations by the CIA and the Joint Special Operations Command were used to support the PJAK Kurdish dissident group in northern Iran, the disaffected ethnic Arab minority in Khuzestan, in the south-west, and militant Baluchi Sunni Muslim separatists in the south-east, bordering Pakistan.
While not officially acknowledged or disavowed in the US, the covert programme has been repeatedly linked by Iran to ongoing violence, bomb attacks and assassinations in all three areas, as well as to the main external opposition group, the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, which is allegedly funded and armed by the US. Iran also occasionally claims to have evidence of involvement by Israel's Mossad spy agency and British intelligence.


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