(Iran’s) Ahmadinejad won. Get over it

(Iran’s) Ahmadinejad won. Get over it


Professor Flynt Leverett (who wrote the above piece) was on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal about his article  on June 17th, 2009 as one can click on the ‘Flash Media’ link on the right of the following URL to watch:






Gulfnews: Are Iran’s protests manufactured?


“Experts still see no proof for Iran election fraud”:


The Claim of “Election Fraud” was ALL a LIE….





Iran, the Neocons, and the Bomb:


Pre-election Iranian poll showed 2-to-1 Ahmadinejad support :


Monday June 15, 2009

Pre-election Iranian poll showed Ahmadinejad support

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A poll of Iran’s electorate three weeks before its election showed President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad leading by a 2-to-1 ratio, greater than the announced results of the contested vote, the pollsters said on Monday.

The poll showed Ahmadinejad’s disputed victory, which has sparked riots and demonstrations since it was announced, might reflect the will of the people and “is not the product of widespread fraud,” pollsters Ken Ballen and Patrick Doherty said in a column in The Washington Post.

Riot policemen stand guard in front of the French embassy as hardliners gather to protest against what they say is “foreign involvement in Iran’s affairs” in Tehran June 15, 2009. (REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi)
The election protests have marked the sharpest display of discontent in the Islamic republic in years as supporters of opposition candidate Mirhossein Mousavi alleged fraud in Friday’s election.

“While Western news reports from Tehran in the days leading up to the voting portrayed an Iranian public enthusiastic about Ahmadinejad’s principal opponent … our scientific sampling from across all 30 of Iran’s provinces showed Ahmadinejad well ahead,” the pollsters said.

Thirty-four percent of those polled said they would vote for Ahmadinejad while 14 percent preferred Mousavi and 27 percent were undecided.

The poll was conducted by their nonprofit organizations — Terror Free Tomorrow: The Center for Public Opinion and the American Strategy Program at the New America Foundation — from May 11 to 20 and funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

It was the third in a series of polls over the past two years and consisted of 1,001 telephone interviews in Farsi from a neighboring country, with a 3.1 percent margin of error.

“The breadth of Ahmadinejad’s support was apparent in our pre-election survey,” the pollsters said, rejecting arguments the poll might have reflected a fearful reluctance to give honest answers.

The poll also found nearly four in five Iranians wanted to change the system to give them the right to elect Iran’s supreme leader, not currently subject to popular vote, they said. Iranians chose free elections and a free press as their most important priorities.

“These were hardly ‘politically correct’ responses to voice publicly in a largely authoritarian society,” the pollsters said.

“The fact may simply be that the re-election of President Ahmadinejad is what the Iranian people wanted.”


Crowds join Ahmadinejad victory rally (US pro-Israel biased media won’t show what the BBC did!):


Please take a look at the following article by Christopher Dickey:

Courageous mention of AIPAC’s influence in Christopher Dickey’s piece for Newsweek:

What Ahmadinejad’s win means for Iran, Israel and the United States:


Iran in Turmoil After Disputed Presidential Election; Anti-Ahmadinejad Street Protests Continue


Obama to fund anti-govt. elements in Iran: Report


Proof: Israeli Effort to Destabilize Iran Via Twitter


Youtube of call for friends USAF Lt Col (Ret) Karen Kwiatkowski & Dr. Stephen Sniegoski (who wrote the ‘The Transparent Cabal’) about the war for Israel agenda of the Likudnik (JINSA/PNAC/AEI) crowd:



Karen Kwiatkowski interviews friend Dr. Stephen Sniegoski


Obama envoy raises possibility of U.S. strike on Iran:





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