Luglio 13, 2012
Il suo travestimento consisteva in una maschera da chirurgo blu da, occhiali da sole e un cappellino da baseball con la scritta "Free Iran". Ha usato lo pseudonimo di Reza Kahlili e ha parlato attraverso un apparato di alterare la voce come le sue guardie del corpo si trovava nelle vicinanze.
Reza Kahlili ha vissuto nell'ombra con un nome falso e mascherare a causa dei suoi anni come spia pagato per la CIA in Iran durante una parte degli anni '80 e '90. Ha operato all'interno della Guardia Rivoluzionaria e mette in guardia gli Stati Uniti. di cellule terroristiche dormienti in America e rivela un complotto iraniano di distruggere Israele. Egli è divenuto uno dei più autorevole, voci autorevoli e schietto sull'Iran negli Stati Uniti. Egli sostiene la U.S. dovrebbe rispondere sostenendo l'opposizione in Iran si.
Peter Vincent Pry, a former CIA military analyst who directs the Task Force on National and Homeland Security says, “There’s probably nobody better on our side, in explaining the mind-set of those involved in the Iranian power structure. He understands the ideological sources of Iran’s nuclear program.”
In a dark corner of the quiet hotel lounge in Arlington, Va., meeting with a reporter, Reza replies, “You’d be shocked by how easily agents from the Revolutionary Guard come and go inside the United States every day,” whispering softly and leaning covertly over their table. He was always checking over his shoulder to made certain no one followed him to the hotel. “They’d (Iranian agents) kill me if they could find me,” Reza explained to the reporter.
Iran is planning nuclear suicide bombings with “a thousand suitcase bombs spread around Europe and the U.S. Questo è un (Muslim) messianic regime. There should be no doubt they’re going to commit the most horrendous suicide bombings in human history,” Kahlili said. “They will attack Israel, European capitals and the Persian Gulf region at the same time, then they will hide in a bunker," (until their Islamic religious prophecies have been fulfilled through violence, turmoil and chaos) and then attempt to kill the rest of the nonbelievers," (non-Muslims).
Reza Kahlili spent an idyllic childhood in Tehran, the capital of Iran, surrounded by a close-knit upper middle-class family and two spirited boyhood friends. The Iran of his youth allowed Reza to think and act freely. In the early 1970s, his father sent him to the University of Southern California and bought him a car. He returned home after the overthrow of the Shah in 1979.
Reza was eager to help rebuild his country, honestly believed that freedom and democracy would prevail and lead his country into a glorious future. Most Iranians had enjoyed varying amounts of success under the Shah but ayatollah Khomeini’s message rang true with a population weary of oppression and desperate for a political and ideological change. This is also what drove Kahlili to join the Revolutionary Guards, an elite force that served Khomeini. Reza was enthusiastic about the revolution to begin with, but soon became disenchanted. A childhood friend had recruited him into the Revolutionary Guard, where he gained an insider’s access to the new Islamic government and their secrets.
Rev 6:3-4 NCV Quando l'Agnello aprì il secondo sigillo, Udii il secondo essere vivente dire, “Venire!”4 Poi uscì un altro cavallo, uno rosso. Colui che lo cavalcava fu dato potere di togliere la pace (prosperità, riposo) dalla terra e per rendere le persone si uccidono a vicenda (macellaio, macello, a mutilare violentemente, nelle strade), e gli fu data una grande spada (assassini spada, terrorista, forte, potente, mal di paura).