Saturday, January 23, 2010

More Re-Writing Of History: Canadian Ambassador During Iran Hostage Crisis Of 1979-1981 Was A CIA Spy!

Many people, including myself, remember the famous Iran Hostage Crisis of 1979-1981. During that time, 63 US Embassy staff, and workers, were taken hostage originally by Iranian students, and then afterwards held by the new Iranian Revolutionary government that had overthrown the US puppet Shah of Iran.

We watched over all of the Zionist controlled media outlets nightly reports for 444 days until the hostages were freed in January, 1981, just before Ronald Reagan took over the Presidency of the United States from Jimmy Carter. Few know that the hostages would have been released sooner by the Iranian government, but the US government specifically requested of the Iranian government for the hostage release to coincide with Ronald Reagan Inauguration as President! That is fact.

Now, I want to reveal another hidden truth about the Iran Hostage Crisis here...

Many in Canada also were proud at the time when a dozen US citizens were saved by then Canadian Ambassador to Iran, Ken Taylor, by first sheltering them at the Canadian Embassy in Tehran, and then helping them fake their diplomatic passports enabling them to escape from Iran. Ken Taylor was hailed as a hero in both Canada and the United States, and received some of the highest honours for his supposed heroics.

Now it seems again that what we watched and have been told in our "history" is actually a massive lie. It appears that according to new evidence, presented here by the website: out of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Ken Taylor was an operative for the CIA during the entire Iran Hostage episode! Here is the article, with my comments to follow:

Report: Canada's former ambassador to Iran was CIA spy

TORONTO — A report says the Canadian diplomat praised for sheltering Americans during the Iranian Revolution was a CIA spy.

The Globe and Mail quotes former ambassador Ken Taylor as telling the newspaper that he was made ``de facto CIA station chief'' in a secret deal between president Jimmy Carter and prime minister Joe Clark.

The report says the move followed the seizure of the U.S. Embassy by Iranian students Nov. 4, 1979, when 63 Americans, including the four-member Central Intelligence Agency contingent, were taken hostage.

The Globe says Taylor, who was ambassador to Iran from 1977 to 1980, actively spied for the Americans and helped them plan an armed incursion into the country.

It says details of Taylor's role are revealed in a new book being released today, ``Our Man in Tehran,'' by Trent University historian Robert Wright.

The newspaper says the phrase ``de facto CIA station chief'' appears in Wright's book, the manuscript of which Taylor saw and approved in advance of publication. (The Globe and Mail)

NTS Notes: This is indeed a very striking revelation and shows again some of the dirty tricks employed by the US government during the dark period in history of that hostage crisis.

Another piece of history revealed for the lie it truly was! It seems that the more and more we study our "history" the more it appears to be full of lies, and falsehoods. That is why there are people out there like myself out there searching for facts and unafraid to reveal the truth about our so called recorded history.

More to come


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