Excavator Digs up Truth About CIA's Support for Khomeini's Regime Change in Iran
By Staff News & Analysis - November 04, 2011

The British and U.S. Governments Installed Khomeini Into Power In 1979 … Now I see that Khomeini was not an enemy, but a willful pawn of the U.S. and British who wanted power and war. He was a mass hypnotist much like Barack Obama, George Bush, Adolf Hitler, Bibi Netanyahu and other modern political puppets who rise to the top in modern politics by brainwashing the masses. Once the masses come under their hypnotic control they create false conflicts and wage wars in which millions of good men are misled and sacrificed. These wars are fought to make obscene profits for the military-industrial complex in every nation, put governments into debt to international banksters, reduce the population, and build a global totalitarian state. – Saman Mohammadi, The Excavator

Dominant Social Theme: A curse upon this crazy, brutal Iranian regime.

Free-Market Analysis: Say, this is another good article by the Excavator! We've been writing about the issue since the publication of High Alert in 2007 (as have others as well) but Mohammadi does a good job in presenting what we consider to be a fairly scholarly exegesis on the subject.

At the end of THIS article, we'll give Mohammadi, a fearless investigator and good writer, another assignment. If he accepts it (or notices), we'll be interested in reading the result!

It has never seemed to us probable that Khomeini led an Iranian revolution from France, where he was secreted – actually not secreted but in plain view. This is the M.O. of the elite. Lenin was similarly sheltered and then injected into Russia in a sealed train like "a bacillus."

Same with Khomeini. Apparently, on the plane headed back to Iran he groused to the assembled journalists about how much he hated the country and its inhabitants. Too bad. He had a job to do. Here are some articles we've written on the subject: "Is Iran War Up Next?," Khomeini's biographical entry and "The Rise of Iran."

It's all about directed history, baby. The Internet has been the single most effective tool in uncovering the REALITY of what's taking place – the incredible, despotic, arrogant use of civil and military shock troops to twist history into a pretzel.

Look, bottom line. If one has the brain for it (one is not, in other words, a linear thinker), one can trawl the Internet and do research that might take a year or longer in a single day. And that year of research would only be feasible if people had the resources, which they didn't.

One of the funny things about the Internet, especially in years past, is that you could find the fingerprints of the elite all over the larger institutions that control directed history. That's because in the pre-Internet era they weren't worried about putting their names on various boards and funding exercises. In fact, being egotistical, they wanted to be listed.

That paper trail is declining as fast as they can take their names off these institutions. But if you look, you can still track the patterns. A handful of people are involved at the top of this conspiracy – this top-secret and endless implementation of directed history.

Why is it important? Because these people starve human beings and start wars to get their way. They don't commit murders; they seem to commit genocides. And they're getting ready to do it again! God help us. Here's some more from the article:

The thesis that the British and U.S. governments drove out the Shah and replaced him with Khomeini destroys the clash of civilizations myth that has dominated the global conversation between Islam and the West for over a generation. For years I thought this thesis was too "out there," and a baseless conspiracy theory. The implications of the thesis are way too frightening to think about, and the level of the treason that it implies is beyond most people's imagination.

I accept most alternative versions of history but I did not want to believe that there was any truth to this thesis. It overturns my entire view of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the relationship between Iran and the West, and the history of our times. But I always try to keep an open mind because anything is plausible in this crazy world. So, last month I finally decided to actually look at the evidence that is available on the Internet about this thesis and dig deeper into history.

The first clue that caught my eye was the Shah's own words. "If you lift up Khomeini's beard," he said, "you will find Made In England written under his chin." The Shah was at the center of power and he was a very wise man so this statement can't be dismissed as just another example of a Middle Eastern despot blaming a foreign conspiracy for a revolution that occurred under his watch …

The Shah's decision to increase Iranian oil production angered U.S. oil companies and others who wanted to maintain artificial scarcity in the international oil market in order to keep prices high and make more profits. Specifically, the Shah said that a couple of years before the Revolution he "heard from two different sources connected with the oil companies that the regime within Iran will change.

This is a good article because it tells a grown-up version of the truth (as we see it anyway). What is left out of this long and factual effort is the NEW paradigm of history that has been uncovered by the Internet. The REAL history of modern times is the struggle between the middle classes and the elites – and it's intensifying due to COMMUNICATION technology.

The battle was joined during the era of the Gutenberg Press and has been rejoined in the era of the Internet. Thus, modern history is a cycle that favors first the elites and then the middle classes, depending on how powerfully the communication technology is revealing the plans of machinations of those who want to rule the world.

That's why we have labeled this era the "Internet Reformation." We live in exciting times. We seem to be experiencing a Renaissance of thought and a truth-telling in science, art, music, etc. The 20th century was a Dark Age. The 21st century may not be – no matter what the elites try to do.

Nothing is so powerful as an idea whose time has come. It may take decades for them to undo the damage to their plans. And by then, some other technology, perhaps, will have come along to undo what they have just stitched back up.

After Thoughts

We almost forgot … Here is our assignment for this intrepid and inquisitive journalist, should he, perchance, notice us and our commentary (and possess a cooperative spirit): Do a bit of research on the bearded Saddam Hussein who was "hung" during the regime of George W. Bush. And throw in bin Laden's death for good measure.

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