Wednesday 29 November 2023


Members of Irans Revolutionary Guard (CIA?) remember the Iranian Jews who fought Iraq in the Iran-Iraq war 1980-88.

The CIA controlled both sides in the Iran-Iraq War. 


In 1978, the Shah’s government of Iran and British Petroleum were “negotiating” on the renewal of the 25-year oil extraction agreement. In October 1978, the talks had collapsed over the British “offer” that demanded exclusive rights to Iran’s future oil output.

The coup against the Shah was run by British and American intelligence, with the “American” Zbigniew Brzezinski (born in Poland), taking the “credit” for getting rid of the “corrupt” Shah, while the British characteristically remained in the background.

The BBC’s Persian-language broadcasts, drummed up hysteria against the regime in exaggerated reporting of incidents of protest against the Shah and gave Ayatollah Khomeini a full propaganda platform inside Iran. 

At the same time, the Carter administration began protesting abuses of “human rights” under the Shah. According to the US media, the Shah was suddenly "a despot, an oppressor, a tyrant".

On 14 January 1979, US ambassador William H. Sullivan organised a meeting between Ebrahim Yazedi, an assistant of Khomeini, and a representatives from the US State Department.

The Shah fled in January 1979, and by February Khomeini had been flown into Tehran to proclaim the establishment of his theocratic state.

There are several sources that claim that the Reagan-Bush team promised arms to the Ayatollah's Iran to NOT release the American hostages, to make Carter look like a wimp, until Reagan was crowned US president.

Carter's rescue effort of the hostages was sabotaged by the Reagan-Bush team.

Officials in the Reagan-Bush campaign, including John McFarland and William Casey, held meetings with representatives of the Iranian government in Washington DC and in Madrid, Spain to NOT release the hostages.

In March 1980, a first meeting took place at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, attended by William Casey and the brothers Cyrus and Jamshid Hashemi. 

The Hashemis were willing to cooperate with the Carter administration, but Casey told them he didn’t want the release of 52 American hostages before the November 1980 elections..

Richard Brenneke and Gunther Russbacher stated that they saw George Bush and Donald Gregg in Paris on the weekend of 19 October 1980.


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