Murdoch’s Propagandists Blog
Sunday, March 22, 2009
It didn’t take too long for Murdoch’s chief neocon propagandist, William Kristol of the neocon comic ‘The Weekly Standard’, to pen his response to President Obama’s televised offering of a tentative hand of peace.
According to Kristol, Obama didn’t offer the Iranian people ‘liberty’ nor ‘freedom’ nor ‘democracy’ nor ‘human rights’. The reason for that is because Obama doesn’t have it to offer. Every where else the neocons have talked about giving people these things has turned to utter disaster. Why would Obama offer more of the same to Iran?
And does Kristol really expect the Iranian people to welcome the US and their allies after having seen what they have done to Afghanistan and Iraq?
Liberty? Freedom? Democracy? Human Rights? Kristol has no idea what the words even mean. Kristol goes on:
Indeed, “the United States wants the Islamic Republic of Iran to take its rightful place in the community of nations.” Note: “the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Does Obama routinely refer to Pakistan as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, its formal name? Of course not. But Obama goes out of his way to mention (twice) “the Islamic Republic of Iran.” He’s kowtowing to a regime that is anything but republican, implicitly forswearing any plan–any hope–of regime change to free the Iranian people.
Regime change? What regime change? Wasn’t it all about Iran’s so-called nuclear weapons program?
Of course it’s about regime change. It has, for the Israelis and their neocon supporters, never ever been about anything else. Regime change in Iran means the Israelis get to have their Greater Israel sooner. Iranian support for Hezbollah and Hamas disappears and resistance by the Palestinians and the Lebanese to Israeli aggression all but disappears as well.
Kristol exposes the neocon and Israeli fraud – it’s not about Iran’s nuclear weapons program at all; it’s all about regime change.
This article was posted: Sunday, March 22, 2009 at 6:16 am