Iran names countries behind riots

Anti-government unrest was “a design” of Washington and Tel Aviv, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said

Iran names countries behind riots


Abdorrahman Boroumand Center

ABC board members include journalist and historian [Neocon] Anne Applebaum, political scientist [Neocon] Francis Fukuyama, and writers Azar Nafisi and Iraj Pezeshkzad.

The Center receives most of its funding from private European and American foundations. It also receives some public funding, including from the National Endowment for Democracy. The Center claims to receive no funding from governmental sources [😂]. In 2010, the Ministry of Intelligence (Iran) listed the Center (then known as the Foundation) as a “subversive” organization.

NGOs & Alt Media Outlets in the Service of Imperialism

US partially lifts Iran sanctions to stoke “anti-government protests by providing internet access, the Treasury Department said”

US partially lifts Iran sanctions

Iranian officials have already alleged that forces from “outside the country” are working to stir up unrest over Amini’s death. On the same day that protesters first took to the streets in Iran, China warned fellow members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which Iran joined that day, to beware of foreign-instigated “color revolutions.”

H/T: Syriana Analysis


Millions rally across Iran to condemn violent foreign-backed riots

“The enemy’s recent plot, which is followed by collecting, unifying, organizing and training all the failed and scattered capacities and equipping them with weapons of violence and Daesh-style behavior, is a vain attempt and doomed to failure,” the IRGC said in the Thursday’s statement.

At least 35 people have been killed, including five security personnel, during the “fiery but mostly peaceful” protests (over 60 ambulances have been destroyed). MEK claims that the death toll is 4X more than is being being reported.

On another note, Elon Musk told Augustin Antonelli that he will “save” Cuba, as well. Agus Antonelli is from the right wing think tank, Fundación Libertad. Fundación Libertad is affiliated with the Atlas Network, which has “quietly” received funding from the NED, the State Department, and the USAID.

How the US is Using the Azeri-Armenian Conflict to “Extend” Russia

Sep 19, 2022 – Many have noted the suspicious and very convenient timing regarding Azerbaijan-Armenia hostilities which serve as an additional distraction for Russia amid its special military operation in Ukraine and its ongoing operations in Syria.

In addition to a recent visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Armenia, anti-CSTO protests promoted by US government-funded media organizations in Armenia point toward events being much more than convenient timing and instead similar to US-engineered unrest seen in Ukraine in 2014.

How the US is Using the Azeri-Armenian Conflict to “Extend” Russia (Rumble) via The New Atlas

US Accuses Russia of Interfering in Foreign Elections


An intelligence review commissioned by the Biden administration has concluded that “Russia has secretly funneled at least $300 million to foreign political parties and candidates in more than two dozen countries since 2014 in an attempt to shape political events beyond its borders.”

US Accuses Russia of Interfering in Foreign Elections

Missing Links/Behind Paywalls:

Russia spent millions on secret global political campaign, U.S. intelligence finds (not missing but’s ads are annoying)

WaPo cites anonymous sources. 🙄

Assistant Secretary Nuland Speaks at U.S.-Ukraine Foundation Conference – U.S. Mission to International Organizations in Geneva (archived)

Since Ukraine’s independence in 1991, the United States has supported Ukrainians as they build democratic skills and institutions, as they promote civic participation and good governance, all of which are preconditions for Ukraine to achieve its European aspirations. We’ve invested over $5 billion to assist Ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic Ukraine.


Dermokratiya, USA

10.2 Billion Loan To Russia Approved

NATO Opens Second Front in Effort to Bleed Russia Dry

On Tuesday, the military forces of Azerbaijan shelled territory in neighboring Armenia. “The hostilities erupted minutes after midnight, with Azerbaijani forces unleashing an artillery barrage and drone attacks in many sections of Armenian territory, according to the Armenian Defense Ministry,” reports to the Associated Press. The premier corporate propaganda outfit cited serious damage to “civilian infrastructure and also wounded an unspecified number of people,” including 49 Armenian soldiers (later updated to 99 soldiers).

NATO Opens Second Front in Effort to Bleed Russia Dry

How Canada Created the R2P Doctrine, with Myanmar as its Next Potential Victim

By Daniel Xie – September 2, 2022

On September 21, 2021, Myanmar’s National Unity Government (NUG), a government-in-exile formed by supporters of former state counselor Aung San Suu Kyi declared a “people’s defensive war” against the Tatmadaw (another name for the armed forces of Myanmar). Suu Kyi’s party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), was overthrown by the Tatmadaw in February 2021. On a video broadcast on Facebook, NUG acting president Duwa Lashi La declared a “public revolution” against military “terrorists”. This declaration of open war comes after months of sporadic armed resistance by various anti-government civilian militias and ethnic militias.

How Canada Created the R2P Doctrine, with Myanmar as its Next Potential Victim