Re: Watch the CIA baloons in the sky over Tehran tomorrow , special shipment direct from USA and Israel

World leader unite to DEMAND Iran reject the will and votes of the
elections and in stall a pro western Government , and all CIA and
Mossad controlled media outlets ordered to report official propaganda
to western sheeple

Western taxpayers must continue to be told that there is lots of
people being oppressed and lots of people begging to be ruled by jews
and yanks, so western oil companies can AGAIN get their hands on the
Iranian economy to save the USA

Iranians MUST obey orders and elect the USA and Israeli choice and
will be forced o obey orders if they refuse to permit a overthrow by
CIA and Mossad

1953 Iranian coup d'état
Propaganda pictures of crowds
DEMANDING western puppets
Pro-monarchy, anti-Mosaddeq demonstrators,
Tehran, 19 August 1953.

Date 1953
Location Iran
Result The overthrow of Prime Minister Mohammed Mosaddeq, and his
replacement by Gen. Fazlollah Zahedi on 19 August 1953.

*Supporters of Reza
* United States
* United Kingdom

Supporters of Mosaddeq
The 1953 Iranian coup d’état deposed the democratically-elected
government of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mosaddeq.[1][2][3]

Several years earlier, Mossaddeq, backed by his nationalist supporters
in the Iranian parliament, had angered Britain with his argument that
Iran should begin profiting from its vast oil reserves instead of
allowing profits to continue to flow to Britain through its control of
Iran's oil industry. In 1951, Mossaddeq nationalised Iran's oil
industry which had been controlled exclusively by the British
government-controlled Anglo-Iranian Oil Company,[4][5] the UK's
largest single investment overseas.[6] The ejection of Western oil
companies from their Iranian refineries triggered the Abadan Crisis
and nearly caused a war. Britain accused Mosaddeq of violating the
legal rights of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company and mobilized a
worldwide boycott of Iran's oil that plunged Iran into financial
crisis. The British government tried to enlist the United States in
planning a coup, but President Harry S. Truman refused. However, his
successor Dwight D. Eisenhower allowed the CIA to embark on its first
covert operation against a foreign government.[7] The British and U.S.
spy agencies replaced the government of the popular Prime Minister
Mosaddeq with an all-powerful monarch, Mohammed Reza Pahlevi who ruled
for the next 26 years until he was overthrown in 1979.[8]

The economic and political crisis in Iran that began in early 1952
with the British-organized world-wide boycott of Iranian oil, ended
with the signing of the Consortium Agreement of 1954. Pahlevi signed
the agreement with the result that, for the first time, United States
oil companies shared in the profits of Iranian oil, with the U.S. and
UK evenly splitting 80% and the remainder divided between French and
Dutch interests.[9] From Iran's perspective, the Consortium Agreement
of 1954 was much more unfavorable than conditions set forth several
months earlier in the joint 'Winston Churchill-Dwight D. Eisenhower'
proposal to Mosaddegh.[10][11][12] The Consortium Agreement of 1954
ended the crisis that led to the coup, and stayed in effect until it
was modified in 1973 and then ended in 1979 when the Iranian
Revolution deposed the monarch. For the 25 years it was in effect, the
1954 Consortium Agreement had determined which oil companies
controlled Iranian oil and profited from it.