10 March, 2009

A Convenient Scapegoat

Posted by Socrates in 'Middle East', Iran, Socrates, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 12:48 am | Permanent Link

by Philip Giraldi: [Here].


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  7. 7 Responses to “A Convenient Scapegoat”

    1. Zarathustra Says:

      ZOG and the Jewsmedia know how stupid and indifferent most American goy cattle are, at least when it comes to unimportant stuff like history and global politics. That’s why they can keep on recycling the same bullshit lies over and over again for different occaisions. Besides, there’s no Draft, so why should most Americans care if another 30,000 ZOG-bots get sent to Afghanistan or wherever?

    2. Zarathustra Says:

      ZOG and the Jewsmedia complain there’s no democracy in Iran. But I seem to recall a time when the Iranian people elected a cat named Mossadeq to be their leader. Then the CIA and MI6 overthrew him and put the Shah back in power, complete with the dreaded SAVAK to keep him there. The USA promised but didn’t allow the Vietnamese to hold nationwide elections in 1956, because Eisenhower knew Ho Chi Minh would probably win. So Vietnam stayed divided for another 20 years and 60 thousand American troops got killed there because of the criminal incompetence of their leaders. Ike the Kike also promised the Hungarians that US forces would help them in their uprising against the Soviet occupation. And King George Bush the First kissed Red Chink ass the day after the Tianamen Square pro-Democracy Massacre.

      I think it’s safe to say that the biggest enemy of freedom in the world today is the USA (and Israel, of course), not Iran or North Korea.

    3. gollywog Says:

      I can hear you from here Zara.

      Now Clinton (Clinton who’s plastic face bitch daughter is about to wed a Jew) has told the Chinese Oh don’t worry about your human rights and by the way do you want more US Government Bonds to go with the 3/4 trillion you already have.

      And by the way you keep that 50yr overthrow party under raps in the hills of Tabet.

    4. Cpt. Candor Says:

      I seem to recall that back in the 1980s, Reagan’s “Evil Empire” (the one that we saved from almost certain destruction in WWII) busied itself with bombing the Afghans into Democratic Socialism or some other nebulous, corruption-plagued system that really just served as a regional vice grip for Moscow. I do believe that one of the Rambo films gave us ‘Kwans a hilariously inaccurate portrayal of the whole affair.

      But they were wrong, see. They had the nasty Red Commie Flag flying over battalion HQ. We got the beautiful Stars’n’Stripes, so when we do exactly the same things that they did, it’s OK, ‘cuz we’re doing it for a greater purpose.

      That’s my general script for whenever I get into conversations with individuals who, despite being against the Iraq War, foolishly believe that our ZOG Mercs still have a place in Afghanistan, be it guarding voting centers or protecting us from “terrorists” who probably couldn’t threaten the sovereignty of Haiti.

    5. 2050 Says:

      You know, somethings been bothering me about this Iran thing that keeps popping up. They say Iran has been supplying shape charges and rockets to Iraqi insurgents, and then show us pictures of the captured ‘Iranian’ rockets.
      What I don’t understand is that the printing on the rockets is always in English. Don’t Iranians write in Farsi or something. Maybe they just use English when writing on bombs that Americans might find.

    6. Zarathustra Says:

      The USA, along with Red China, is the world’s largest manufacturer and peddler of weapons. I doubt if Iran has the manufacturing infrastructure to make weapons or much of anything else, for that matter. Just more Jewish lies and nonsense for unthinking Goy consumption.

    7. Krystian Kazimierzowicz Kowalczyk Says:

      Iran was not even able to provide enough power for it’s citizenry the last few years – and this from a nation that sits on oceans of oil and natural gas! Iran is not really run by Ahmadinejad or his fellow politicos, but instead by the regional mullahs. The Supreme Leader Khameini and his inner circle probably pocket half the country’s oil profits at least. Iran is a backwards, third-world state that cannot pose a threat to us.

      And the longer the Iran-Syria-Gaza axis keeps Izzy occupied, the better. Keep those rockets coming, boys!