If our national leadership weren't held hostage by campaign contributions and insider special interests, they would challenge the excessive influence of Israel and its 5th column allies. Iran is no threat to America.
The Iranian hostage crisis perhaps is a good example of Iranians' ability to control themselves and their behavior under trying circumstances. For 444 days 60 American diplomats were held hostage by a group of Iranian students outraged by America's behavior. None of those diplomats were killed! Many Americans have died, however, in close proximity to the time when they attempted to seriously challenge Israel. President Kennedy, for example, tried his best to prevent Israel from bringing nuclear weapons to the Mideast.
Twelve years before the hostage crisis 297 American sailors and their ship, the unarmed USS Liberty, were held hostage effectively by the Nation of Israel for 2 hours, during which time every effort was made to kill and bury at sea each and every one of those 297 American sailors. The Israeli's bombed the ship, they strafed it, and finally they torpedoed it. Only because of the exceptional bravery and luck of one sailor, who was able to jerry-rig an antenna enabling a radioed call for help to get through, was the death toll just 34 American seamen and officers. Just 34! It was Israel's 1967 war and it wanted to take Syria's Golan Heights unimpeded.
None of us dare call it treason when we read President Johnson recalled the rescue planes sent by a nearby Aircraft Carrier responding to that SOS which luckily got through. We didn't want to upset our friendship with Israel which says it respects us so much. Of the 127 wounded and the others who survived, they were sworn to secrecy as if their life depended on it not to say a word about what happened during those horrible two hours they were held hostage by Israel's demonic cruelty.
Now, again, none of us dare call it treason when we ask and are NOT told the truth about why we have been bringing such death and destruction to the Mideast. Like the German citizenry before us which caved in to their Leader's propaganda, we sheepishly accept the hegemonic agenda of Israel in the Mideast - not to be equal - but to dominate, along with their traitorous partners in the US government, military, and business community, which share Israel's desire not to be equal, but to dominate. These are the people holding all of us hostage.
Friends don't let friends drive drunk. Our leaders, drunk with power, and with the financial power of their Israeli/American co-conspirators (70 to 80% of Israeli citizens hold dual passports), are trying every trick to destroy Iran, If they can't get Iran to accept "regime change" and accept domination willingly by the US and Israel.
We Americans will not have a better country, a better life for our families and ourselves, if we accept this perversion of our principles, allowing ourselves to be manipulated by the main stream media allies of this unholy alliance. Iranians who are Americans should not be intimidated and pressured to accept the devastation of their family homeland, their friends and loved ones in Iran, to facilitate American/Israeli domination, even if they detest the Islamic Republic.
The demonstrators against the British, like the students who held the diplomats hostage, were demonstrating against foreign meddling. This is a far different thing entirely, for example, than the Israeli's completely unjustified attack on the USS Liberty, and the obvious intent to murder each and every one of the sailors and officers aboard, and to sink the ship. That is an attack patriotic elected officials would get excited about. Our Congress and other leadership chooses to show us what they are made of, however.
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