False flags and how to start a 'colour
revolution' in Argentina
How it starts:
January 23, 2015 "ICH"
- 1987–88 Iran signed three agreements
with Argentina’s National Atomic Energy
Commission. The first Iranian-Argentine
agreement involved help in converting the
U.S. supplied Tehran Nuclear Research Centre
(TNRC) reactor from highly enriched fuel to
19.75% low-enriched uranium, and to supply
the low-enriched uranium to Iran.
December 1992: The US Embassy in Buenos
Aires informs the Argentine government that
a continuation of the Iran-Argentine nuclear
cooperation agreement is not acceptable to
In March 1992 the Israel Embassy and in July
1994 the Jewish AMIA building blew up,
allegedly caused by car bombs.
Independent Argentine investigations and the
initial Charles Hunter (FBI) report shows
that both explosions, based on the
surrounding damage, is inconsistent with the
alleged car bomb theory.
Contrary to all material evidence, the
Israeli government and thereafter Washington
pressure President Carlos Saul Menem to
insist that the alleged car bombs were
placed by Iranians in cooperation with
The judicial process ends nowhere until
President Nestor Kirchner appoints judge
Nisman in 2005 to start a fresh
investigation. Nisman has close contacts
with the US Embassy, US attorneys dealing
with anti-terrorism investigations and some
members of Argentine's SIDE (Intelligence
In 2013 Nisman instructs Interpol to issue
warrants against a myriad of notable
Iranians and a Lebanese:
- Hashemi Rafsanjani, then President of Iran
- Ali Akbar Velayati, then Foreign Minister
- Ali Fallahijan, then Chief of Intelligence
- Mohsen Rezai, then Commander of the
- Imad Mougnieh, Chief of the External
Security Service of Hezbollah
- Ahmed Vahidi, then Commander of the "Al
Quds" (Jerusalem) Forces
- Mohsen Rabbani, former diplomatic
representative in Argentina
- Ahmad Ashagri, former diplomatic
representative in Argentina
- Hadi Soleimanpour, former Ambassador of
Iran in Argentina."
President Cristina de Kirchner expressed
several times her disbelieve in the Iranian
connection (some US officials have publicly
questioned whether there was evidence for
Iranian involvement [James Cheek]) and used
Washington's recent opening of consultations
with Iran as an opportunity to negotiate an
Iran-Argentine "truth commission" to be made
up of five independent judges, none of whom
will be from the two countries.
The opposition and the Jewish lobby
challenged this agreement.
There will be elections in Argentina soon
and Cristina de Kirchner cannot be
re-elected and there is a wide polarization
of candidates contesting the mandate, but
the polls show that Kirchner's supported
Scioli could win on the second round.
Enter Judge Nisman: He files a complaint
that President Cristina de Kirchner had
conducted secret negotiations with Iran
through non-diplomatic channels, offering to
cover up the involvement of Iranian
officials (dropping the Interpol warrants)
so Argentina could start swapping grain for
much-needed oil from Iran. He orders the
freezing of all assets of Cristina de
The complaint is based on “alleged evidence”
given by (Stiuso who allegedly had good
contacts with MOSSAD) the recently fired
boss of counter-intelligence of SIDE and
other obscure agents.
The opposition media circulates this
complaint widely, ignoring the official
statement of Interpol that there was never a
request from the Argentine government to
drop warrants against the Iranians.
The complaint has no legal base if there was
an “intend” to cover up. Argentine law
penalizes the act and not the intend, this
is being ignored again by the opposition
The day judge Nisman is invited by the
opposition to appear in Congress, he is
found dead in his apartment.
While Nisman's complaint would not have
lasted few days, his death (suicide or not)
will elevate him as a victim of Government
conspiracy, the media will insist on this.
Social networks did quickly convert the “Je
suis Charlie” to 'Yo soy Nisman' and public
demonstrations are being organized daily and
numbers are increasing.
Missing still is somebody from the US
Embassy distributing cookies.
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