Reagan and the Controllers

After the Ayatollah Khomeini took over Iran he began the usual consolidation phase. He was guided by out of body American Controllers, one of whom was working in Saudi Arabia. Khomeini began arresting and executing leaders of the other factions that helped him win the Iranian Revolution. This is because those people posed a threat to his rule. They were “doers” and had proven it by helping his faction of Shia clerics take over.

The Ayatollah made a notable remark when referring to the US elections. He said he would never surrender the US hostages to incumbent President Jimmy Carter. It was, however, the Carter administration that helped him return to Iran. Reagan won the election and the hostages were returned. Not because the Ayatollah feared Reagan, but because he was told to.

Khomeini called the Allah of Aramco, the aforementioned Controller working in Saudi Arabia, the “Great Satan.” The two Controllers was played the roles of being at odds with each other. This was reflected through Khomeini’s monologues.

The next phase of Khomeini’s consolidation began with an invasion by Iraq. Saddam Hussein, a Sunni, claimed he didn’t want the Shi’a revolution exported to his nation. He may have believed this but it was put in his head by the Allah of Aramco, his Controller. The Iran Iraq War began in 1981 and lasted until 1988.

The war was a way for the two leaders to get rid of dissidents in their respective countries. War also helps to sway the psychology of a nation to support it’s leaders and question it’s government less. This serves to silence political opposition. People tend to be more unified during periods of warfare.

From 1981 to 1987 the Reagan administration supplied Iran with weapons. The administration sold HAWK and TOW missiles to Iran and diverted proceeds from the sale to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua. Both actions were illegal. Iran was under an arms embargo. The US Congress had forbidden the sale of weapons to the Contras, who were guilty of war crimes against civilians. This became known as the Iran-Contra Affair.

From 1981 to 1988 the Reagan administration supplied Iraq with weapons and intelligence. The US knew as early as 1981 Iraq was using blister and nerve agents (chemical weapons) against Iranian forces. According to Iraqi documents companies from the US and other Western nations helped Iran obtain the chemical weapons. The United States knew of and assisted in these attacks according to CIA documents (Foreign Policy).

Who were Reagan and his advisors consulting during this time? These ideas were fed to them by the Controllers working Khomeini and Hussein. They were questioned as to their activities in the Middle East and said owning both leaders would have value. The Iran Contra Affair was probably publicized by the same Controllers or some of their cohorts, as a way to demonize the United States and democracy. Little did they know the two souls had been placed there before World War II.