Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Election Day—Iranian style

by: Mike Evans
Election Day—Iranian style - Mike Evans - Jerusalem Prayer Team
On June 14, Iranians will go to the polls to cast their vote for the next president of the country. Whatever the outcome of the election, it appears certain that the mullahs and their fanatic followers are the ones who control what goes on behind the scenes. It is they who determine who rises to the top among the candidates and who is toppled.
After having met many of the Iranian leaders in New York City, talking with them, and having arranged an interview with Ahmadinejad with Fox News Network, the mindset of those men is more readily understood. During one meeting, I was told by his spiritual advisor that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad would be the one to usher in the Mahdi, the Shi’a messiah, who would establish an Islamic caliphate worldwide. Over the four-year time period, I discovered two things all the mullahs have in common: their belief in the Mahdi and in the much-circulated book of lies called The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
The core of the myth was to document the purported minutes of a late 19th-century meeting of Jewish leaders discussing their goal of global Jewish hegemony by subverting the morals of Gentiles, and by controlling the press, the world's economy, wars, and diseases.
Written in Paris as fiction and later altered and published in Russia in 1903, it has been translated into multiple languages, and disseminated internationally. The forgery contains numerous elements deliberately written to fool the reader into believing that it is truthful and accurate. These lies were largely responsible for generating the pogroms and for the Holocaust.
Another thing that did not escape my attention during the Fox News interview was that the Iranian diplomats accompanying President Ahmadinejad in the studio were dismissed and replaced with a line of mullahs. They spent the time during the meeting praying that the president would be empowered by the Mahdi. It is these mullahs who likely have already mandated the identity of the next president.
The upcoming election is not about democracy; it is about theology. It is about an apocalyptic obsession to usher in the Mahdi, the Shi’a messiah who will establish an Islamic Caliphate worldwide. The next elected president will certainly be a follower of the Mahdi, and will assume the same apocalyptic mantle as his predecessor. To achieve that end, the June 14 election will be as fraudulent as was the 2009 fiasco.
It occurs to me that there are similarities between the upcoming ballot in Iran and the election in Germany prior to World War II. In his attempt to sway the German people who were trapped in a horrific economic situation, Hitler declared the Jewish people to be Germany’s No. 1 enemy, accountable for all the nation’s internal problems. Ahmadinejad has made no secret of his hatred for Israel and his avowal that the Holocaust was faked.
Hitler strongly stressed what he saw as “the anti-Semitism of reason” that must lead “to the systematic combating and elimination of Jewish privileges. Its ultimate goal must implacably be the total removal of the Jews.” He was so convinced Germany was near collapse, that he joined forces with nationalist leader General Erich Friedrich Wilhelm Ludendorff in an attempted coup.
The ensuing riot began in a Munich beer hall and resulted in: 1) the deaths of sixteen individuals, 2) the Nazi Party being outlawed, and 3) Hitler being tried and sentenced to five years in prison. His sentence was commuted to nine months, but during his incarceration, he dictated a draft of Mein Kampf to Rudolf Hess, a devoted sycophant. The tome — filled with a coarse, ill-conceived jumble of anti-Semitism, fabrication, and fantasy, evolved into the literal bible of the emerging Nazi Party. By 1939, this hodgepodge of pretense had resulted in the sales of over five million volumes and been translated into eleven languages. When the lie of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion was added to the mix, Hitler had a written manifesto of disaster for Jews.
In 1925, the Germans removed the prohibition against the Nazi Party and granted permission for Hitler to address the public. Moreover, when he needed it, a worldwide economic crisis reached Germany. Ironically, the resulting magnitude of unemployment, panic, and anger afforded Hitler the opportunity to step forward and claim the role of redeemer and savior of the nation.
On January 30, 1933, Hitler was nominated as Reich Chancellor. His determination to build a superior Aryan race that would dominate the world unleashed the Holocaust that claimed the lives of six million Jews. It is interesting to note that Iran translates to “land of the Aryans” and was the name the natives used in referring to their country, one whose leaders are just as eager to see the annihilation of the Jewish race.
My book, The Locket, which will be released in Israel during my visit later this month, details the search for, arrest, trial and execution of Adolf Eichmann, the architect of Hitler’s “final solution.” This demon-controlled man embraced The Protocols. When faced with execution after his trial in Jerusalem, he responded, “[I] will leap into my grave laughing because the feeling that I have five million human beings on my conscience is for me a source of extraordinary satisfaction.”
This mirors the belief system of Iranian leaders and the candidates who will vie for the presidency in a few days. Each has been vetted by Khamenei and his Council. Five have close ties to the Supreme Leader. You can be sure that all meet the rigid criteria of loyalty, both to the Mahdi and to belief in The Protocols. One of the candidates, Saeed Jalili, has expressed his ideology: The goals of Iran and its Islamic allies should be to “uproot capitalism, Zionism and… promote the discourse of pure Islam in the world.” I feel certain his beliefs are mirrored by the other seven candidates, and that fanatics will continue to support the Mahdi obsession.

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