terça-feira, abril 28, 2015
A short account of 1953 Coup
who planned the coup in Iran along with British SIS officer Norman Darbyshire.
Coup 53 of Iran is the CIA's (Central Intelligence Agency) first successful overthrow of a foreign government.
Maybe the most blatant US intervention in a foreign country, surrounded by crime and betrayal, two characteristic features of American foreign policy.
"The secret history, written by the CIA's chief coup planner, says the operation's success was mostly a matter of chance. The document shows that the agency had almost complete contempt for the man it was empowering, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. And it recounts, for the first time, the agency's badly tried to seduce and force the shah into taking part in his own coup."
of CIA planned coup of 1953 in favour of Shah
An important and illustrative document that shows how one country could be 2poisened" by international intervention and how the World, mainly the West, often hides the painful realities of mankind to obtain income inappropriate issues.