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  • casp321 casp321 Jan 31, 2012 7:54 AM Flag

    Congress WASHING USA BLOODY hands in Iraq/Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million

    Congress WASHING USA BLOODY hands in Iraq/Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million


    USA and its friends are WORKING on HOW to PRO-LONG their FRIENds in Power in Iran. The rest is BS. They are OFRAID of PEOPLE of Iran NOT the Government of Iran. They are Iranian FRIEND NOT enemy, that they are PAINTING for you. Congress is TRYING to WASHJ the CRIMINAL BLOODY USA hands AGAINST IRANIAN PEOPLE!!!!

    Armed Iraq/Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million

    Reagan Armed Iraq and Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million

    USA Congress trying to WASH the USA bloody HANDs 8-year, 1980-1988, in Iran/Iraq war!!!!

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    Iran Business Ties to Be Revealed Under U.S. Senate Legislation

    By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan | Bloomberg – 7 hours ago

    Senate Banking Committee leaders are proposing to tighten sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program and human-rights record.

    Committee Chairman Tim Johnson, a South Dakota Democrat, and senior Republican Richard Shelby of Alabama circulated a legislative draft yesterday that would require companies traded on U.S. stock exchanges to reveal any Iran-related business to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    The proposed sanctions come on top of an array of new penalties imposed on Iran by the U.S. and the European Union over the past three months. The senators said they plan to seek a committee vote on their bill Feb. 2.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/iran-business-ties-revealed-under-050109130.html


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    Remembering the Dead: Reagan Armed Iraq and Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million

    We speak with Iranian human rights lawyer and 2003 Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi ... about how the Reagan administration armed Iran and normalized relations with Iraq, selling weapons to both sides of the conflict.


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    • Ghotbzadeh was also a CIA agent but as the HISTORY tells those AGENTs disappear when their turn come to an end. They CREATE them and then DESTROY when they are done with them:



      Posted on Feb 18, 2011

      Egypt in February 2011 is not Iran in January 1979, and those darkly predicting that Egypt’s revolution is fated to turn into another Islamic dictatorship are ignoring the many stark differences between the two situations. But as Egypt enters an unknown course, I am reminded of the fate of Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, once Iran’s foreign minister, ultimately destroyed by the man and movement he devoted his life to bring to power

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      Egypt army to outline president's role, retain powers
      By Marwa Awad | Reuters – 4 hrs ago

      CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's ruling generals will make a declaration on Monday that will give the newly elected president the power to appoint a cabinet, but legislative powers will for now go back to the army after parliament was dissolved, official sources said on Sunday.

      To Islamists and revolutionaries, the declaration - which will come hours after polls closed in a presidential race - will raise questions over whether the military has met a pledge to hand power to civilians by July 1. Many will see it as a bid to consolidate power in the hands of the army council, which took control after mass protests toppled Hosni Mubarak last year.


      "In the absence of parliament, legislative powers move back to the military council, which has been in charge of the country and will hand over presidential powers to the president soon," a military source told Reuters.

      "The head of state will have the power to appoint a prime minister and cabinet ministers," the source said, adding the president would also have powers to appoint other posts, such as a number of unelected members, around 10, to parliament.

      The military council met a civilian body which advises the generals, along with other experts, on Sunday to discuss the declaration, a lawyer who attended the meeting said.

      "The presidential powers which the military council held until now will now shift to the new president," he said.


      http://news.yahoo.com/egypt-army-outline-presidents-role-retain-powers-061838695.html

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      • Re: Congress WASHING USA BLOODY hands in Iraq/Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million

        By casp321.2 months ago.PermalinkGo to topic
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        Why would Media comparing Ghotbzadeh "destiny" to those involved in current Egypt??? Ghotbzadeh was EXECUTED in 1982 even though he was one who were on the FIRST line to work with CIA/NSA to bring current Iranian regime to power:

    • Why would Media comparing Ghotbzadeh "destiny" to those involved in current Egypt??? Ghotbzadeh was EXECUTED in 1982 even though he was one who were on the FIRST line to work with CIA/NSA to bring current Iranian regime to power:



      Egypt authorizes military to arrest civilians
      By MAGGIE MICHAEL | Associated Press – Wed, Jun 13, 2012

      CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Justice Ministry on Wednesday gave the country's military police and intelligence agents the right to arrest civilians over wide range of suspected crimes, including "resisting authorities," sparking charges that the country's military rulers want to extend their grip on power even after handing over to civilians.

      The decision comes during heightened tensions in Egypt, three days before a highly polarized presidential runoff election and a day before rulings by the country's highest court that could dissolve the Islamist-dominated parliament and even cancel the Saturday-Sunday presidential vote.

      The decision, published in the official gazette, would remain in effect until a new constitution is in place. The process of writing a constitution has hit snags. On Tuesday the Islamist-dominated parliament voted on an assembly to draft the document, but liberals boycotted the session. An earlier attempt to name the body collapsed because of opposition from liberals. Both times they charged that Islamists were unfairly dominating the procedure.


      Rights activists warned the new decision creates a reproduction of notorious emergency laws that expired recently and said that it also could extend the rule of the generals, even if they transfer power to civilians on time by the end of the month.

      "This is a declaration of martial law, as if we are living in banana republic," said Gamal Eid, a prominent rights lawyer.

      Egypt's notorious emergency law, which expired on May 31, gave broad powers to detain and arrest for the police, who were accused of abusing their far-reaching authority.


      http://news.yahoo.com/egypt-authorizes-military-arrest-civilians-153107092.html;_ylt=A2KLOzEaSd1PzxwAFXzQtDMD

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      Egypt empowers military police, intelligence to arrest civilians, sparking backlash
      By Maggie Michael, The Associated Press | Associated Press – Wed, Jun 13, 2012

      CAIRO - Egypt's Justice Ministry on Wednesday gave the country's military police and intelligence agents the right to arrest civilians over wide range of suspected crimes, including "resisting authorities," sparking charges that the country's military rulers want to extend their grip on power even after handing over to civilians.


      http://news.yahoo.com/egypt-empowers-military-police-intelligence-arrest-civilians-sparking-171019708.html;_ylt=A2KLOzEaSd1PzxwAHXzQtDMD

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    • Saudi recalls Cairo envoy in blow to Egypt ties
      Reuters – 14 hrs ago

      Activists in Cairo, including Gezawi's wife, said early in the week that the lawyer was detained when he arrived for pilgrimage after being sentenced in absentia to a year in prison and 20 lashes for insulting King Abdullah.

      http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-recalls-ambassador-shuts-embassy-egypt-141913453.html

    • Re: Congress WASHING USA BLOODY hands in Iraq/Iran in 1980s War That Killed Over 1 Million 3-Feb-12 06:16 pm

      Yahoo is REMOVING what was the RECORDED evidence of one of the Bashers' own BRAGGING about how s/he was playing with different "handles' after Yahoo let those account LOOSE or they might say "hacked":



      24. Re: ON2&&39;s sharholders Yahoo account also hacked
      ...message threads but I will try:-------------------This was posted as casp123 and NOT "id_checker_11" at the time of this post but Yahoo later on...

    • Why did USA Congress WASHED away all those CRIMINAL activies having DIRET TIEs to Iranian Agencies??? They are FRIENDs NOT "enemy is the REASON:


      EX-C.I.A. OFFICIAL MAY LINK SECORD TO DISLOYAL AGENT
      By FOX BUTTERFIELD, Special to the New York Times
      Published: June 18, 1987

      A retired C.I.A. official is expected to tell Congress next week of a financial link between Maj. Gen. Richard V. Secord, a key figure in the Iran-contra affair, and Edwin P. Wilson, the renegade C.I.A. agent convicted of smuggling arms to Libya, according to Congressional investigators.

    • May 25, 2006
      US Shuts Eyes to Abuses of Key Ally Egypt


      by Emad Mekay

      "Egypt must not fail. They are a large secular society that has done much good. Our relationship with them is very important," said Congressman Gary Ackerman, a Democrat from New York.

      The change of heart on the part of Washington was not missed by analysts and observers.

      "They now think that perhaps it's better to keep the old guard, such as Hosni Mubarak, in power after all," the Council on National Interest, a Washington-based group that monitors U.S. policy toward the Palestinians and the Middle East, said in a statement.

      But keeping the money that props up the current government in Egypt flowing was not the only signal from Washington that it likes what it sees.

      http://www.antiwar.com/orig/hirsch.php?articleid=9042

    • October Surprise


      Questioned by congressional investigators a dozen years later, Carter said he felt that by April 1980, “[sirael] cast their lot with Reagan,” according to notes I found among the unpublished documents in the files of a congressional investigation conducted in 1992.

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    • PRICES WORRY VOTERS

      Energy and food imports have been hit by sanctions aimed at forcing Iran to halt sensitive nuclear work that the West suspects is a cover for a drive to build atomic bombs. Tehran says it has only peaceful aims, such as generating electricity.

      Prices of staple goods, many of them imported, have soared because the Iranian rial's value has sunk as U.S. and European Union sanctions on the financial and oil sectors begin to bite.

      Ahmadinejad's critics accuse him of making things worse for low-income Iranians, saying his decision to replace food and fuel subsidies with direct monthly payments [Why this paid reporters do NOT say how much is paid??? in place of REMOVAL of food/fuel subsidies] since 2010 has fuelled inflation, officially running at around 21 percent.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/02/iran-elections-2012_n_1315640.html

    • When Iran antagonized US oil companies and the CIA by nationalizing their oil reserves, Allen Dulles and Kermit Roosevelt sought and received Bechtel's assistance in the CIA run coup that overthrew Mossadeq and installed the Shah. Bechtel provided a similar service in 1965 when the CIA instigated the bloody coup that toppled President Sukarno of oil-rich Indonesia and put into place the corrupt and iron-fisted regime of General Suharto.




      Bechtel, More Powerful Than The US Army ( 0) Print This ShareThisBy Jeffrey St. Clair
      Jihad Unspun
      Sunday, May 15, 2005



      From Saudi Arabia, Bechtel soon extended its reach in the Middle East to Bahrain, Kuwait, Iraq and Iran. Not all of these countries were as gracious as the Saudi's when American oil companies and their associated firms like Bechtel came calling to drill into their sands. For example, following the 1958 coup in Iraq, one of Bechtel's top executives, George Colley, Jr., was yanked from his car and stoned to death on a Baghdad street, in a scene that eerily foreshadows the abductions and assassinations of US contractors in Iraq today. Of course, Bechtel wouldn't let the killing of an executive stand in the way of making money.


      Rumsfeld landed in Baghdad in December 1983, where he held a series of meetings with Saddam and Tariq Aziz, the Deputy Prime Minister. This secret conclave occurred at on of the bloodiest moments of the Iran/Iraq war, a war the US tacitly backed as a way to destabilize the revolutionary mullahs of Iran. By this time, it was well known by US intelligence that Saddam had used poison gas against Iranian troops, killing and maiming thousands.



      http://www.axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/Article_17669.shtml

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