Saturday, January 13, 2007

The Iran is Evil Campaign Begins

The US has been planning its attack on Iran since before September 11th 2001 -- just like the entire Wart on Terror was planned way before then, too. But this week, the US government, in cooperation with its media partners (every single mainstream media organization in the US, including, obviously, Fox News which got its own special call-out this week when Condosleazea Vice unwittingly let her devotions for them slip out, as if it were some big secret that Fox and the entire US media system are paid handlers of the government and its business affiliates) began their most important attack: on the American public's consciousness.

See, Americans are the most intimidated and imprisoned people in the world - second only to the North Koreans. Their fears of anything and everything have no bound -- just as their government has always wanted and nurtured. They are all, essentially, soldiers: people who take orders, and sacrifice their own well-being for the preservation of their abusers, also known as their own government. Sure, they can curse and demonstrate against it as much as they want, but the minute they even attempt to actually do something against the government, they're stopped in their tracks. Ask that pathetic little American Taliban and his parents. But the first step for controlling them is scaring them and that's where the media plays a significant role.

The media campaign against Iran and directed toward the American public stepped out in full glory this week with the ridiculous and internationally illegal captivation of 6 Iranian consulate officers in Irbil, Northern Iraq (The Kurdish-controlled region of the country that is the US and UK's nest egg for their plans to create the state of Kurdistan within the next couple decades, granted this whole Iraq thing squares off) several days ago. Days later, Bushler came forward in fibbery to insult what little intelligence remained in the American mind by not only announcing his new plan to "send Iraq back to the Middle Ages" (as he would say) but also to warn of the horrible Iranians and their dangerous interference in America's business of sticking their nose in other peoples' business. Yes, the Iran-is-Evil campaign is in full swing and it's only a matter of weeks before most voting Americans (the same ones who are blind to their own domestic misery because their attentions have been so swayed toward their governments' ongoing efforts to spread misery elsewhere) live in fear and anger toward Iran and Iranians.

Except, there's just one problem: Iranians don't care. Neither the Iranians in Iran or the ones abroad. In Iran, the government is only too pleased to be attacked by the United States -- it will improve their position as the world leaders of the Islamic political revolution and it will strengthen their own government in the eyes of the Iranian people who but for the events of the Wart on Terror would have already taken renewed action toward its downfall. Abroad, Iranians have had nearly 30 years to establish themselves as the most educated, successful and grounded minorities in many (if not most) of the countries where they have taken up residence -- including the United States. Basically, this isn't 1979 when Iranians could easily be demonized in the eyes of the American public; today, Iranians have an authority and a cohesive community abroad that will not stand idly by while their beloved country is attacked.

Just think of how much better the world would be if the American public had a mind of its own, rather than one controlled by the fear and inhumanity of their government, and would focus on its own long list of severe and serious problems including, but not limited to: a completely ineffective and easily infiltrated electoral and voting system (not to mention that it isn't democratic, of course), a non-existent healthcare system, inconceivably high poverty rates, a pre-university education system that is easily rivalled by many (if not most) developing countries, crime levels hundreds of times higher than the nearest competitor, lack of consolidated public transportation and, on and on and on.

If only Americans would start caring about themselves, instead of others...we'd all be happy for them.

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