Operation Ajax…MORE EXPOSED

One of the many conspiracy theories the elites in the media and in government want to lie about has become even more proven true thanks to Wikileaks.

The whistleblowing site posted on its Twitter a Financial Times report on the US and UK led coup of Iranian president Mohammed Mosaddegh in 1953 called Operation Ajax, a move some say led to the Iranian Revolution of 1979 where 52 Americans were held in Tehran for 444 days from 1979 until President Ronald Reagan’s 1981 inauguration.

Wikileaks said in its tweet according to State Department papers, Great Britain pressed the US to join in the Iran coup against Mosaddegh.

The F-T reports…


The files offer “the first officially-released confirmation of Britain’s expressed aim in late 1952 to persuade Washington to help oust Mosaddegh,” according to two scholars affiliated with the National Security Archive, the private non-partisan research organization that obtained the documents.

The “Top Secret” State Department memoranda — including one entitled “British proposal to organize a coup d’état in Iran” — also offer fresh insights into London’s assessment of Iranian politics and the threat to British interests that eventually led to the August 1953 coup.

That anti-government uprising, backed by Britain and the US, toppled Mosaddegh, ushered in more than two decades of authoritarian rule by Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and embittered relations between Tehran and the west.

In 1952, Winston Churchill’s British government was desperate to regain control of Iran’s oil industry, which Mosaddegh had nationalized the year before, “by virtually any available means, including military action,” write Malcolm Byrne of the National Security Archive and Tulane University’s Mark Gasiorowski.


After six decades of denial in both government and press, mainly in the US and Britain, in August 2013, RT reported the CIA finally admitted its role in AJAX.

Infowars a year later in 2014, citing a UK Guardian article said under AJAX, the CIA oversaw secret operations which included false flag terror which claimed the lives of about 300 people.

The Cold War Museum website in a section on Operation Ajax said


Although the people of Iran suspected CIA involvement, the U.S. government kept the coup d’etat a secret from the American people. Operation Ajax was considered a resounding success until 1979, when the Iranians revolted against the U.S. Embassy in what became known as the Iranian Hostage Crisis.

Operation Ajax is no longer a theory, but a mass conspiracy that has been exposed not by the corporate elite media, but by real journalists, even those outside the United States.


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