"The American CIA and Western government are Behind all the Dictators and Terrorists across the WORLD."
This is a teaser for my documentary, it explains why I am still stateless since I left my country in 1991.
My documentary throws a spotlight on "Democracy" in the West, especially Europe where I have spent the last two decades, sixteen of those years in Ireland alone.
It also proves that though I may satisfy certain criteria for citizenship, Marriage, children, residency, no criminal record, once I am vocal about my belief in the truth I will always be considered "dangerous" to the government of the country where I reside.
While my story has been used as propaganda for the War on Iraq, my voice against the War and the subsequent "governments" in Iraq have been down played.
To wish to see a regime removed is not the same as wishing to see your country and nation crushed and invaded, firstly by American troops and then by an Iranian backed government.
Democracy is an illusion, a tool used against countries that do not agree or want to deal with the West or whose business is over.
The first warning signs for an invasion? When the Americans in particular start talking about "free speech" and "Human rights", things that they themselves only allow a percentage of their population to have.
Where to begin? Some years ago I wrote an article about Iranian sleeper cells, their function and goals. It was widely ignored, especially by the Irish Intelligence services, nonetheless with the recent attempted assassination of The Saudi Ambassador to the US, people may be starting to pay attention. In the first few articles that came out about the attempt, the American Intelligence services were saying "what are the chances that a used car salesman is an assassin?" well, isn't that how sleepers work? They live as very, very, everyday, normal, don't do anything to draw attention to themselves, "beyond reproach" people. Why wouldn't a used car salesman be a sleeper? That's the kind of cover they need, invisible.
America made it's perfect excuse to go into Afghanistan and Iraq when it fabricated Al-Qaeda (see my other blog), but it also gave Iran it's perfect means of spreading its Jaysh al Quds (Army of Jerusalem) Refugees. I am not saying that all refugees are sleepers, that would be far too much of a generalization, what I am saying is that some refugees, especially those from Iraq, were not even Iraqi never mind true refugees, Iran used the Iraq/Iran war to send out it's first wave and the "War on Terror" to replenish their numbers (it is hard to stay ideologically pure when surrounded by temptation)
I think that the time is right to explore why people become "extremists" what drives someone to be a suicide bomber for instance? Well, obviously there are the fanatics, religious or otherwise that believe their way is the only way and are who willing to sacrifice their lives and yours for their cause.
Then there are the people who started out without any particular convictions, who, during the course of their lives witnessed and suffered such cruelty and injustice that they lost all hope and were taken in by fanatics, these people are victims, their pain and suffering is taken and twisted by the true fanatics, they are given an enemy, someone on whom the blame can be placed and sent off to do the fanatics bidding. They are damaged people and they are used in the worst possible way.
Please, please do not believe that fanatics are confined to the Muslim faith, there are Christian, Jewish and many other types too. Recent events in Norway have proved this.
Before I continue I will make this statement again, just in case you haven't read any of my other articles and also to explain.
I am not anti-Shia, while growing up in Iraq we did not have such a divide, everyone celebrated whatever it was with whomever, Shia, Sunni, Kurd, Turkmen, Christian, nobody bothered.
For those that don't know or understand the differences between Sunni and Shia for example, the Sunni came first, Sunnis are followers of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) the Shia or Shi'ite came later when Hussein the son of Prophet Ali was killed in Kuffa, Iraq,(which is why you will see them slap themselves, it is to cleanse them from the sin of his and his families murder) they follow the teachings of Ali, whom they believe should have received the miracle of the Q'uran instead of Prophet Mohammed although Ali was nine at the time, when the Angel Gabriel came down to give the news to Prophet Mohammed that he shall bring the Q'uran to the world, he was sleeping in Ali's bed.I suppose it is similar to the difference between Catholic and Protestant and with just as much divisiveness these days. I think the true test of any religion is when you don't have to kill in the name of it.
There is also a difference between Iranian Shia and Arabic Shia, when I use the term Shia or Shi'ite I am referring to the Iranian Shia that follow the Ayatollahs, A lot of Arabic Shia were opposed to the war of 2003 and supported Iraq.
With regard to Saddam Hussein and his regime, he was an equal opportunity employer ( he employed Sunni, Shia and Kurd etc) and an equal opportunity killer, if you committed a crime against Iraq/Saddam it made no difference to him what creed your name came under.
No organisation would be able to function without a network, so in the next paragraph or two I will give an example of how the "wrong" kind of people can claim asylum in your country. I'm using a case in Ireland that I have made the authorities aware of but they have done nothing about.
Pre-2003 there were three Mosques in Dublin, the very large one in Goatstown, a smaller one on the South-Circular road and a Hussainiya at Dundrum Bridge.
Año 1987 en Bagdad, cuando el teniente del ejército iraquí Latif Yahia (Dominic Cooper), es convocado desde la primera línea del frente al palacio de Saddam Hussein y se ve inmerso en las altas esferas de la familia real al tener que convertirse, gracias a su gran parecido físico, en el doble del hijo de Saddam, el famoso príncipe Uday Hussein (Dominic Cooper), un imprudente joven con un hambre feroz por el sexo y la brutalidad. Con su vida y su familia en juego, Latif decide renunciar a su antiguo yo para siempre a medida que aprende a caminar, hablar y actuar como Uday. Con un movimiento en falso que le puede costar su vida, Latif forja un vínculo íntimo con Sarrab (Ludivine Sagnier), la seductora amante de Uday, que es perseguida por sus propios agentes secretos. Pero mientras se teje una guerra con Kuwait, y Uday se cierne con un régimen mafioso que amenaza con destruirlos a todos, Latif se da cuenta que escapar de la guarida del diablo tendrá un alto precio.