Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Iran's Supreme Leader warns about "Zionist Protocols"

From Tehran Times:
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said that the policies that the global hegemonistic system’s media outlets have adopted are in line with the dangerous goals of the Zionist protocols.

Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks in an address to a number of intellectuals, academics, athletes, economists, and literary and cultural figures in the western city of Kermanshah on Tuesday.

“The efforts made by the global hegemonistic system’s media networks to highlight deviant and crude paradigms are in line with the dangerous goals of the Zionist protocols,” he observed.
What could he possibly mean by "Zionist Protocols"?

A possible clue: The Tehran Times mentioned what appear to be the same protocols in a story about an anti-Israel computer game last year:
Iran released two anti-Israeli computer games on the eve of the Quds Day.

“Devil Den 2” and “Freedom Convoy”, which have been produced by the School Students Basij Organization, were unveiled during a ceremony on Thursday.

“Devil Den 2” is about the Israeli protocols, Brigadier Mohammad-Saleh Jokar, the director of the organization, which is affiliated to the Education Ministry, said in the ceremony.

“The illegitimate regime has said in its protocols that they will abolish all beliefs,” he stated.

“We have witnessed that the foundations of the illegitimate Zionist regime have been weakened and our younger generation must be familiarized with the protocols and the antihuman ideology of the regime,” he added.
Nah, I'm stumped.

But it can't possibly be anything anti-semitic, because we know that Iran respects all adherents of "divine religions."