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El-Hajj Mauri’ Salakhan on “Free Aafia” Demonstrations Oct. 23; Helen Buyniski on “Persian Girls Gone Wild…in the Service of Western Imperialism”

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First hour: Human rights activist El-Hajj Mauri’ Salakhan of discusses the “Free Aafia” demonstrations he’s helping organize, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 23, near where Aafia Siddiqui is being held at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell, in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas. As I wrote in the posting for last month’s interview with Gordon Duff:

Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was the victim of what Ramsey Clark called “the worst case of individual injustice I have ever witnessed.” A brilliant neuroscientist (MIT-Brandeis) and leading Islamic activist, Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was crucified by the 9/11 perp neocons not because of anything she did, but purely to terrorize and intimidate other anti-Zionist Muslims. Obviously innocent of any crime, yet held without charges and tortured and raped for years, her child murdered, and finally charged with resisting her rapists and sentenced to several lifetimes in prison, Dr. Aafia is living proof that the Zionist-occupied US Empire is evil incarnate. She is a leading  national heroine and considered “the mother of the nation” in Pakistan.

Second hour: Helen Buyniski a.k.a. “Helen of Destroy” (catch her occasionally on False Flag Weekly News) discusses her article “Another day, another color revolution in Iran:

“The architects of US foreign policy have officially run out of ideas in their quest to overthrow the Iranian government. Rather than holding off on another regime change attempt until they can cobble together a new plan of action, however, they’ve decided to insult the intelligence of the Iranian people by reheating 2009’s leftovers and trying to pass them off as a genuine revolution. Fool me once – 1953’s CIA-sponsored overthrow of democratically-elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh – shame on you. Fool me twice – 2009’s failed “Green Revolution” intended to unseat President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, backed by the US State Department – shame on me (and a hint: don’t call it a ‘revolution’ until it succeeds or you might end up with geostrategic egg on your face). Fool me three times – you must think I’m a damn fool, or that Iranians are damn fools. . .”


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