Will the real Mahmoud please stand up?
Todays birth date, October, 28th (slightly late) is shared by two of the worlds most influential people at this time in our history. October 28th is the birthday of both Bill Gates and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. One might be the key to the end of the world, while the other is stockpiling every seed known to man in a remote region of Greenland, just in case that does happen.
That’s a fairly odd symmetry now isn’t it?
As soon as Saddam Hussein, or whoever that guy that crawled out of that spider hole was, and Osama Bin Laden and his dialysis machine retreated into a caved fortress (if he’s still actually a living threat), literally vanished from the worlds top villain list, lo and behold, there was another bad guy waiting in the wings, saying all sorts of terrible things against Jews and getting ready to build those nasty nuclear weapons, which he will no doubt launch on the rest of the world if his soccer team doesn’t make it to the world cup finals. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the latest in a long line of ready-made-rogues, making everyone just a little up tight and nervous. But what if Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was not really who he projects to the rest of the world? What if he was like a long and illustrious line of puppet dictators, from The Shah, to The Ayatollah, to Marcos, to Noriega, to Allende? What if he had major US secret service intelligence connections and his role was to stir up shit and make sure the region was a contentious and edgy theater of continuous distraction? I am not alone in asking these questions.
Before we descend into Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s rabbit hole, I think it’s important to understand the role of the intelligence community in Iran and where it began.
John Perkins is the author of “Confessions Of And Economic Hit Man.” It’s a must read for anyone that wants to get a look at the seamy underbelly of the global economic shell game. Perkins’ role was to go in and destabilize third world economies, then offer solutions to the bankrupt economy, like having their debt wiped out if they pledged their resources for perpetuity. Sounding familiar?
The first economic hit man was a Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt, grandson of Teddy who was the CIA’s Middle East Bureau Chief. Roosevelt initially went into Iran and bought off Mossadeq with suitcase filled with a million dollars worth of greenbacks. Mossadeq allowed the oil industry to come in and begin their drilling, exporting and refining of sweet crude, with most of the profits going to big oil. Well Mossadeq got hip and wanted more of the cut and nationalize the oil. Never a good idea when you’re dealing with the big boys–just ask Manuel Noriega. Just be content to take your share and stay quiet.
Well Roosevelt had to go back and shake things up a bit. He and more federal reserve notes helped stage a coup in 1953, which put Reza Pahlavi aka “The Shah” into the seat of power. That went well for a while until iran started to get prosperous and culturally sophisticated and The Shah started to take this ruling thing seriously and wanted to nationalize Iran’s oil. Uh uh Mr. Shah, we had a deal. So if it worked before, why not try it again? Why not stage another coup. This time though, let’s change the flavor, drastically change the flavor. Those Persians were getting a little too savvy for their own good. Let’s take them right back into The Middle Ages and install a ruthlessly fundamentalist government! From stage left, enter Ayatollah Khomeini. On the website aangirfan, an anonymous post has a very interesting look at the timeline of the modern day history of Iran and who the players were. It chronicles the relationship between The Muslim Brotherhood and The CIA/MI6. It is a fascinating read and even includes some interesting material from CIA operative Miles Copeland. The name might sound familiar. Its the father of Stewart Copeland, drummer of The Police. That brings us to this picture.
Is the man on the far right Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?
A look at the picture at the top shows the resemblance of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the man at the far right. In the shadowy underworlds of hidden history, rumors and innuendo sprout like fungus in so many piles of shit. Some are toxic, while others hold the key to mind warping realizations and paradigm altering information. It’s rumored that Ahmadinejad is not his real name, is a Mason, a satanist, you name it. Is this all some form of misdirection or this man really just the latest in the line of state-sponsored-pawns? Well lets look at his chart to see if we can find any clues.
If there is anything in his chart that would suggest the type of covert activity that we are looking at, it would reside in his Sun/Neptune conjunction in Scorpio. Sun conjunct Neptune could portend an inspired individual that is drawn towards service, beauty and the spiritual dimensions of life. But when it is in the sign of Scorpio, especially early Scorpio as it is here, the energies take on much darker tone, adding elements of the underworld and shadow into the mix. Neptune can be delusional. Colored by Scorpio, it can be downright deceptive.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a man in the shadows–just look at his appearance, face in eternal shade, eyes sunken, hiding behind a beard as if it were costumery provided by central casting. Neptune also rules oil and it would make sense that this man with Sun conjunct Neptune would also have his hand on the tap of a countries oil supply. Adding to the Plutonian intrigue, his Moon is conjunct Pluto and his Mercury sextiles Pluto. Saturn (Virgo) squares Pluto as well. Interestingly enough, his Mars in Pisces (Neptune again) is opposite Obama’s Mars in Virgo, which foretells conflict in the future for these two, but his natal Uranus is close to Obama’s natal Sun, generating an explosive, yet unconventional connection between the two.
So what is the takeaway here? Is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the bogeyman of the moment a real threat or is he just the latest in a line of players that are simply there to distract, disguise their motives and ultimately dis-empower us?
The man in the shadow knows.