could it be the "Tahran Moment?"

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    At the least he should have remained neutral, backing them would have been a step up.
     
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    Sometimes I think the difference between The State Department and The CIA is Heads or Tails, Literally. About as reliable as a coin toss too. I wonder if they could order a Pizza without screwing it up.
     
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    cia has no intelligence. state department does not want any intelligence. and clapper the director of unintelligence is in la la land...
     
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    The Iranian pro-government rallys were several times larger than the anti-government protests.

    But the Western media didn't want to show them to the public.

    Basically, because they didn't conform U.S. medias Zionist agenda. :doubt:
     

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