Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Propaganda and Iran's Election

By Edward S. Herman and David Peterson
June 22, 2010

It is almost a commonplace that the flow of information, opinion, and moral indignation in the United States adapts well to the demands of state policy.

Read on.


Ali Mostofi said...

It is quite naive to assume that any poll carried out in Iran would not be biased. The people fear for their lives everyday. They would be killed if they did not say that they approved of Ahmadinejad.

Anonymous said...

Regime Change in Iran it's being on the the table of the USA foreign policy most urgent issues, since long before the past year's elections. Actually at the same time as the invasion of Irak was being planed and implemented. Among the neocons eager for war, Iran was the next target of choice.

Eve if far right political commentators like Pat Buchanan, predicted Ahmadinejad's victory in the coming elections. The dices have been long cast, and now the neocons in the Obama White House, are demanding the price.

It's highly ironical and as you say hypocritical of Elie Wiesel to call his foundation, For Humanity.