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The Real Dirty Jobs

Iranian Forum, 7 Dec. 2011

Political arena is not without its own share of “dirty jobs” and those figures who perform it.  A case in point is Iran Experts who are well paid to clean mullahs’ images and  spin their malignant intentions

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You may have seen the documentary serial “"Dirty Jobs" on the  Discovery Channel.  This serial entails the “dirty jobs” most Americans refuse to undertake.   These jobs, probably  would have gone unnoticed by the public  if it was not for the show.

Political arena is not without its own share of “dirty jobs” and those figures who perform it.  A case in point is Iran Experts who are well paid to clean mullahs’ images and  spin their malignant intentions.  Examples are plentiful:

-          When the Mullahs' plot to assassinate Saudi ambassador in Washington was exposed, their job was to blame the American warmongers for fabricating this fictional scenario designed to justify the military attack against Iran.

-          When the international atomic agency blamed the Mullahs for pursuing a nuclear weapons  program, their job was to blame Mossad for cooking fake intelligence designed to demonize the Mullahs and legitimize sanctions against Iran.

-          When Obama failed (repeatedly) in his friendly overtures toward Iran, they blamed Israel for imposing a deadline to end the negotiations.

-          And when the Iranian regime did something that even the most imaginative "Iran experts" could not justify, as it happened with the invasion of British embassy, these white collar dirty job performers use their cart blanche,  blaming a faction inside the regime, and hence acquit the regime as a whole.

There is however a huge difference between the TV show  “dirty jobs” and what these  "Iran experts"  do.   The “dirty jobs”  depicted on the show are necessary  for the society, and those who do it are unsung heroes.  On the contrary, these Iran experts help the Mullahs to stay in power and make the world dirtier and more dangerous.