Crossfire War: Guardian Council Plans for Occupation to Continue Until 2009

Night Watch: TEHRAN – In his sermon at Tehran University, and reported by Middle-East-Online, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stated, “We are not in the 19th century and Iran is not ruled by a lackey regime. Today the Iranian nation and its officials are feeling as solid as a mountain and we are not afraid of anyone. We have the ability to defend ourselves and no official has the right to compromise our rights.”

“I tell you, the Iranian nation, will not accept blackmail and extortion.” These concluding remarks, in the tradition of the Islamic Republic’s first supreme leader Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, caused the expected chants of “Death to America”, “Death to Israel” and “Death to Britain” from thousands of worshippers.

Before the end of his speech Khamenei repeated the established official lie/deception of denying Iran was in pursuit of nuclear weapons. This is the man often referred to as the “living martyr” because Khamenei has survived so many attempts to kill him. They had probably lost count of the attempts years ago. The walking dead man who wants a lot of the Islamic world and enemy people to experience something similar.

This is the mentality the lost alliance, US/UK, constructed bases for through Bechtel Group’s London branch office in Hyde Park. This is what the West unleashed when they received Khomeini in exile in Paris and calculated that his influence would not reach beyond Central Asia. The miscalculation and reach has caused near panic and outright confusion in Vienna, the West and Moscow.

The “lackeys” are those who have made themselves so available and servile to Iran- Saudi Arabia’s preparation and those who unleashed it. Established society, government officials, foreign policy advisors and intelligence analysts who willfully ignore that Prince Turki al-Faisal, the new Saudi Ambassador to Washington, was head of Saudi intelligence until August 2001. The lackeys are the British leaders and officers, that are now saying they’ve seen no evidence or proof that the new effective explosives are coming from Iran.

Whatever mind these people had left is long gone. They will regroup around Rome but will never be any military threat to Iran. Like India, faced with another front now from Bangladesh, the West will make a stand somewhere and hopefully not to far north of the Balkans.

The same capitals Iran is deceiving through these nuclear negotiations are Iran’s leading trade partners now under the illusion they can have the UN impose effective sanctions while the West and Russia have been at the center of the corruption that has armed the Jihad.

Today, over AP, it has been reported the U. S. is planning to maintain up to 100,000 troops in Iraq until 2009. The planning is being made by Tehran’s new Defense Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar and 25 year veteran of the Revolutionary Guards. The Council of Guardians realize the Jihad will not go on forever and will run its course in a couple of years. They want to make sure the lost alliance remains out of position.

The US/UK would be better to commit the forces in Iraq to Dagestan, alongside Russian units. That would guarantee continued access to Caspian Sea oil and put them in direct confrontation with Iran, the leading state sponsor of terrorism. But with so much corruption among the highest counsels of their decision making they can’t begin to realize that. Eventually Iran’s successes in the region will force the Allies to send whatever they can to Central Asia and the Caucasus. When Iran and its regional representatives begin to have difficulty here Tehran will begin negotiations with Moscow to end the war.

That is why the Council of Guardians allowed a non-cleric to become head of state. Other than giving priority to his domestic agenda of improving standards of living for most Iranians the new president will help lead Iran through the transition from the war into the post-World War III world. The clerics and religious leaders will return to the mosque and their religious centers and schools.

Shortly after the uprising against the U. S.-led economic occupation of Iraq began, Khamenei characterized the U. S. exeperience as a wolf caught in a trap. The Anglo-Amerian establishment have given themselves no choice but to continue to follow Tehran’s order. They deserve to respond ineffectively.

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Willard Payne is an international affairs analyst who specializes in International Relations. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a concentration in East-West Trade and East-West Industrial Cooperation, he has been providing incisive analysis to NewsBlaze. He is the author of Imagery: The Day Before.