Mossad head wants Ahmedinjad as President

Amazing

The reality in Iran is not going to change because of
the elections. The world and we already know [Iranian President
Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad. If the reformist candidate [Mir Hossein] Mousavi
had won, Israel would have had a more serious problem because it would
need to explain to the world the danger of the Iranian threat, since
Mousavi is perceived internationally arena as a moderate element … 

Nice..

Hey, jewish zionist conspiracy people, wanna circulate this please? Write it this way: Najad is the preferred Mossad candidate, says head of Mossad. Be useful for once!

Comments

  1. AZZenny says:

    I had the same thought — the usually silent and reclusive Meir Dagan speaks out NOW? heh.

  2. e. weisbord says:

    Since all four candidates were hand picked, it hardly matters who wins.
    Unless and until the head of the snake is severed and Iran’s internal and external policies are not dictated by the mullahs and ayatollahs, everyone will continued to be deceived.
    Remember, the moderate candidate, Mir-Hussein Mousavi, was the founder of Hezbollah and still enjoys the guardianship of Rafsanjani.
    At least with Admedinijah, one know exactly where he (in this sense, the plural he) stands. No hidden agenda.

  3. I will do your bidding master, as the Zionist conspiracy theorist I am! It is Israel who rigged the election in order to divert attention away from their refusal to halt settlement construction!

  4. Hey, I’m with Mossad!

    With Ahmadinejad, it was pretty hard to ignore this genocidal maniac. He made Israel’s case for them.

    With this other guy, he will be more subtle (how could he not) despite the fact that he is a founder of hizballah and pro-nuke.

    The same danger, but harder to prove.

  5. Mohammed says:

    Everyone knows the Iran situation was caused by the evil Zionists by manipulating Twitter. They control the Internets.

  6. love it.

  7. I am an Israeli. There are plenty of us who think that no matter who the Iranian president is, their nuclear program will continue at the same rate, so it is better if A-jad wins and it will be easier to gather international opposition. Of course, that is the intellectual perspective, after the protests began our emotions told us to sympathize deeply with the protesters. You could say that the current situation is ideal – not only was the election rigged but the riggers had to brutally suppress the opposition. But really, all of that just creates the circumstances in which action can be taken regarding the nuclear program, now maybe the circumstances are good but still nobody is taking action (yet).

    Oh yeah, and regardless of Israeli desires, I find it funny to think that we have actual influence over Iranian politics much less are running them somehow. The Israeli political/military leaders who have spoken (to Israelis) about the protests/elections seem to understand them no better than the average guy following Youtube.

  8. shlomo said:There are plenty of us who think that no matter who the Iranian president is, their nuclear program will continue at the same rate, so it is better if A-jad wins and it will be easier to gather international opposition.

    I’m with you on that first note, it doesn’t quite matter who’s president, Iran is dedicated to advancing their nuclear program…What I find amusing is a nuclear state opposing another state’s nuclear program…Israel has profound nuclear capabilities that no one seems to care about…so does a few dozen more countries… Iran is the center of a hotbed of conflict… deterrence anyone?