Thursday, June 25, 2009

USA Political Debate: Iran and the Election

Saint Michael Traveler

Iranian peaceful demonstration was turned into street riot, burning buses, destroying property, and looting instigated by the terrorists Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) and others.

Some Iranians suggest that Neda Agha Soltan was killed by one of MKO agents. She was killed to create emotional reaction by Iranians against their government.

What did we do during Watts Riots of 1965, a large-scale race riot which lasted 6 days in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, causing mayhem and public property damage? What do we do if a peaceful demonstration in Washington about any issue would be taken over by outsiders to the demonstration and made into Watts type of riot? What can they do? They must restore order or accept anarchy. What did we do at Watts, Detroit and DC, and at Kent State? USA called in the National Guard.

Why did we not respond to the 2000 and 2004 flawed elections? The Supreme Court decided the vote for the 2000 election. An equivalent organization, Guardian Council will decide the result of the vote for Iran.

The Iran Freedom and Support Act — 2005, created a $10 million fund for support of Iranian democracy — as a starting point on how to lead Iranian protesters, create sabotage and mayhem to lead to regime change in Iran. USA under President George Bush had provided MKO with technical and financial support for special operations and anti-Iranian activities. Is President Obama still supporting the same anti-Iranian activities using terrorists MKO organization? Did our support for MKO contributed to the death of Neda?

USA must allow Iranian people to solve their own internal problems.

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