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Riots in Iran: Another CIA Coup Attempt?

By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor When the CIA overthrew the democratically-elected Mossadegh government in 1953, it brought rent-a-mobs into the streets of Tehran to provide cover for the coup. As I said two years ago reviewing films and books offering new information about the 1953 events: And we learned in the book The Coup that the gangsters of south Tehran—the two leading gangsters were nicknamed Icy Ramadan and Brainless Shaban—these thugs were paid vast amounts of money by the US and British intelligence agencies to organize fake protests to pay gangsters and mobsters to come out into the streets…


Michael Brenner Debunks West’s Anti-Russia Narrative

Listen HERE International Affairs professor Michael Brenner questions the anti-Russian hysteria emanating from the alleged poisoning of wannabe color-revolutionist Navalny. Like Peter Myer, Michael Brenner “blogs” via his email list, which is very much worth subscribing to: