Iran: The Next Domino?
In researching the myriad connections of Wall Street “philanthropists” George Soros and Peter Ackerman to the Egyptian coup, I continually came across references to subverting Iran. In a February 3 Washington Post op-ed in praise of the Egyptian protestors, Soros confidently asserted: “As regards contagion, it is more likely to endanger the enemies of the United States – Syria and Iran…” Back in 2006, Ackerman was touting the potential of nonviolent resistance to topple Ahmedinejad in a New York Times op-ed pointedly titled “Iran’s future? Watch the streets.”
Now, Dr. K R Bolton, who has written extensively on the subject, wonders if Iran might be “the next domino” to fall in the wave of nonviolent warfare sweeping across the region:
With the staging of a second attempt at a “green revolution” in Iran in the wake of the overthrow of the regimes in Tunisia and Egypt by groups primarily sponsored by the National Endowment for Democracy, International Republican Institute, Open Society Institute, Freedom House, USAID and a myriad of their fronts; the question might arise as to whether the turmoil inflicted on Egypt and Tunisia was intended as a prelude to the major target: Iran.
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