1953 U.S. LED COUP D'ETAT OF IRAN:

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1953 U.S. LED COUP D'ETAT OF IRAN:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Aug 06, 2017 3:47 am

08.06.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

People, the 1953 U.S. Led Coup D'etat of Iran was Part of a Major Program that helped lead, and sustain
where the U.S. is situated today, and where "We the People ..." are obviously headed, led by The Secret
State, The Secret Government, and The High Cabal.

Remember that after the End of WW II in 1945 the U.S. sent more than 50% of their Total Warfare Resources
Divided Almost Equally to 2 Destinations: Korean, and Viet Nam. The Plans for Expansionism, Imperialism.
and Warfare in Korea and Viet Nam were already on The Drawing Board by 1945. By then it was extremely
well known by The Secret State, The Secret Government, and The High Cabal that: THERE IS NO PROFIT IN
PEACE !

So by 1953 the U.S. Secret State, the Secret Government, and the High Cabal had already mapped out, planned,
and "Taken Over" Iran.

Then in 1954 the CIA tried covering up the First U.S. Battle in Viet Nam, as historically and accurately portrayed in
Mel Gibson's movie, WE WERE SOLDIERS.

Iran, Korea, Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Israel, Syria, Venezuela, Cuba, etc., etc. See
the Plans and Pattern People ?

54 YEARS LATER THE STATE DEPARTMENT NOW RELEASES SOME OF THE RECORDS OF THE U.S. LED COUP D’ETAT
IN THE IRANIAN COUP OF MOHAMMAD MOSADDEQ:

In Oliver Stone's JFK movie, you will recall Donald Sutherland playing the character "X" who really was Leroy
Fletcher Prouty, speaking to Kevin Costner playing the character of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison,
bragging about the Mosaddeq Coup, among other CIA accomplishments.

The U.S. then set up their puppet, Shah Mohammed Reza Palavi, during The Eisenhower Regime, with then Vice
President Richard Millhous Nixon, the Assumed and Anointed successor to Eisenhower. Until Joe Kennedy, Sr.,
Kennedy Dollars and the U.S. Mafia, and Teamster's Blew That Plan To Hell.

And as "they" say, the rest is "History.

People, you seriously need to analyze, read, and study THE SEQUENTIAL TIME LINE ANALYSIS THAT LED UP TO,
AND THROUGH THIS EVENT, WHICH LEADS LIKE A TRAIL OF BREAD CRUMBS TO THE REMOVAL OF JFK, MX, MLK,
RFK, AND WHERE WE ARE TODAY, AND WHERE “We the People…” ARE BEING LED BY THE SECRET STATE, THE
SECRET GOVERNMENT, AND THE HIGH CABAL. (08.06.2017, BB).

Pro-Shah crowds on streets of Tehran, August 1953.

Iran 1953: State Department Finally Releases Updated Official History of Mosaddeq Coup;

Formerly Secret Documents from State, CIA Provide New Information about Covert Operations Planning and
Implementation Plus Contemporaneous Analyses:

New Insights into U.S. Fears of Tudeh Party, Questions about Influence of Ayatollah Kashani, Qualms about
Character of Shah:

Long-Awaited Volume Supplements Earlier Publication that Whitewashed U.S., British Roles:

Posted June 15, 2017
National Security Archive Briefing Book No. 598
Edited by Malcolm Byrne
For further information, contact: Malcolm Byrne, 202/994–7000 or nsarchiv@gwu.edu

IN THE NEWS
64 Years Later, CIA Finally Releases Details of Iranian Coup
Foreign Policy
June 20, 2017
By Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian

US Publishes Official History, New Documents on the 1953 Coup in Iran
Iranwire
Monday, 19 June 2017
By Arash Azizi

US releases documents of Iran’s 1953 Coup
AMN News
July 17, 2017
by News Desk

Zarif: U.S. better save own regime
The Tehran Times
June 16, 2017

It’s Time to Release the Real History of the 1953 Iran Coup:
Politico
October 12, 2016
By Malcolm Byrne

Open the Files on the Iran Coup:
The New York Times
July 9, 2014
By Roham Alvandi

Mohammad Mosaddeq and the 1953 Coup in Iran:

The Battle for Iran, 1953: Re-Release of CIA Internal History Spotlights New Details about anti-Mosaddeq Coup

Iran 1953: The Strange Odyssey of Kermit Roosevelt's Countercoup:

CIA Confirms Role in 1953 Iran Coup:

The Secret CIA History of the Iran Coup, 1953:

CIA Secrecy Claims Are “Facially Incredible,” Says Lawsuit:

Washington, D.C., June 15, 2017 – The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of
declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran. The volume includes fascinating details on Iranian,
American and British planning and implementation of the covert operation, as well as information about U.S. contacts
with key figures such as Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem Kashani, and insights into U.S. concerns about the growing influence
of the communist Tudeh Party.

The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public controversy after a previous official collection
omitted all references to the role of American and British intelligence in the ouster of Iran’s then-prime minister, Mohammad
Mosaddeq. The volume is part of the Department’s venerable Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series.

Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, (undated photo).

For decades, neither the U.S. nor the British governments would acknowledge their part in Mosaddeq’s overthrow, even
though a detailed account appeared as early as 1954 in The Saturday Evening Post, and since then CIA and MI6 veterans
of the coup have published memoirs detailing their activities. Kermit Roosevelt’s Countercoup is the best known and most
detailed such account, although highly controversial because of its selective rendering of events. In 2000, The New York
Times posted a 200-page classified internal CIA history of the operation.

In 1989, the State Department released what purported to be the official record of the coup period but it made not a single
reference to American and British actions in connection with the event. The omission led to the resignation of the chief
outside adviser on the series, and prompted Congress to pass legislation requiring “a thorough, accurate, and reliable
documentary record” of U.S. foreign policy. After the end of the Cold War, the CIA committed to open agency files on the
Iran and other covert operations, and the State Department vowed to produce a “retrospective” volume righting the earlier
decision.

But it took until 2011 for the CIA to – partially – fulfill its commitment, and even then it was only in the form of a previously
classified segment of an internal account of the coup that for the first time included an officially released explicit reference
to the agency’s role in “TPAJAX,” the U.S. acronym for the operation. Roughly two years later, after years of research by
historian James C. Van Hook, as well as internal negotiations between State and CIA over access to the latter’s records,
the Office of the Historian at the Department produced a draft of the retrospective volume, which then had to await top-level
clearance.

What explains the refusal by two governments to acknowledge their actions, and the inordinate delays in publishing this
volume ? Justifications given in the past include protecting intelligence sources and methods, bowing to British government
requests and, more recently, avoiding stirring up Iranian hardline elements who might seek to undercut the nuclear deal Iran
signed with the United States and other P5+1 members in 2015.

While the volume’s contents still are being sifted through, here’s a description from the Preface:

This Foreign Relations retrospective volume focuses on the use of covert operations by the Truman and Eisenhower
administrations as an adjunct to their respective policies toward Iran, culminating in the overthrow of the Mosadeq government
in August 1953. Moreover, the volume documents the involvement of the U.S. intelligence community in the policy formulation
process and places it within the broader Cold War context. For a full appreciation of U.S. relations with Iran between 1951 and
1954, this volume should be read in conjunction with the volume published in 1989.

“This is going to be an important source for anyone interested in the tortured relationship between Washington and Tehran,”
said Malcolm Byrne, who runs the National Security Archive’s Iran-U.S. Relations Project. “But the fact that it has taken over
six decades to declassify and release these records about such a pivotal historical event is mind-boggling.”

As Archive staff make their way through the hundreds of records in the volume, we will update this posting with highlights.

READ THE VOLUME

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952-1954: Iran, 1951-1954 (2017)
Editor: James C. Van Hook

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Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: 1953 U.S. LED COUP D'ETAT OF IRAN:

Postby Slav » Sun Aug 06, 2017 12:59 pm

http://www.countercurrents.org/polya050713.htm


The secret government has been busy for a long time, profits will never end.
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1953 U.S. LED COUP D'ETAT OF IRAN:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Aug 06, 2017 2:56 pm

08.06.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

08.05.2017 - I originally Posted this Historically Accurate, Powerful Headline and Tremendously
Penetrating Supporting Material that is Extremely Important In My Mind's Eye, and worthy of deep,
exploratory analysis.

To my way of thinking, in My Mind's Eye, you can not be serious about your Quest for Insight and
Knowledge Underscoring the JFK Removal, before, during, after, and through today where "We the
People..." have been led to today, and where we are headed to, because we are being LED TO, BY
THE SECRET STATE, THE SECRET GOVERNMENT, AND THE HIGH CABAL, UNLESS YOU DELVE DEEPLY
INTO THIS PANORAMA IN SEQUENTIAL TIME LINE ANALYSIS. My Opinion.

08.06.2017 - SLAV Posted this Analytically Precise, Deeply Probative, Historically Accurate Material
that is both Qualitative and Quantitative in its Focus. I had not seen this previously, and KUDOS as
usual to SLAV for Subject Matter Material that I find brilliant.

SLAV many/most/several of your contributions have been brilliant in My Opinion. I am only a Member
here, and think of myself as nobody special. So I don't wish to sound like a broken record complimenting
you and others, although certainly deservedly so. This is the JFKMS Forum, not Face Book, or Fake Book,
or Space Book, or Tweety Bird, or Tweeter, or Link Em Up, etc., as my more serious friends call them.

AT LEAST 70+ NATIONS, THAT WE KNOW OF, INVADED BY THE U.S. SINCE 1776 - 2013. AT LEAST 50+
NATIONS, THAT WE KNOW OF, INVADED BY THE U.S. FROM 1945 - 2013. WOULD YOU CALL THAT A
PATTERN ? I WOULD. I DO. My Opinion.

I often/seldom/usually don't immediately respond to material, in hopes of allowing the Many Excellent
JFKMS Forum Members, and those newer here, a chance to Observe and Report their Insight, Positions,
Reflections, or Thoughts.

SLAV often/usually Posts Tremendously Powerful Information. I read all of his, and others, Posts and
Headlines here on the JFKMS Forum routinely/eventually.

But Brilliant Members like SLAV, Bob Fox, Ken Murray, Phil Dragoo, JDB4JFK, JD Thomas, Tom Bigg, Tommy
Wilkens and so many other Excellent JFKMS Forum Members EACH ADD TO THIS PREMIERE BUFFET OF OPEN
COMMUNICATION, INSIGHT, KNOWLEDGE, OPINION, AND UNDERSTANDING. My Opinion. (08.06.2017, BB).

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: 1953 U.S. LED COUP D'ETAT OF IRAN:

Postby Slav » Sun Aug 06, 2017 10:57 pm

Just imagine in 1963 they killed a president in daylight with multiple shooters and kept it secret for 50 years, just imagine what they are capable of today.

I'm still trying to figure out a way of fighting that battleship with my BB gun, all this material posted here is all relative to the JFK Mlk RFK JFK jr and all the wars that we have had and continue to have, it's all connected.

Will it ever end ? No, I think we are living in a bad dream and we are the only ones who have woken up while the sheeple continue to sleep, JFK said that he seen a plan to enslave the population, that time is now here, we all work for the profit machine, Taxes , Tickets, Gastapo Style Police and there tachtics for the Dollar as the real crimes never get solved and the Drugs continue to flow by the trailer and plane load.

We are fighting a war in our own City and we don't even know it.
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