Media Is Just the Only Reserve Left for the U.S.
We are starting this year the 40th anniversary of the Sacred Defense in a condition that the collective process of hegemony in enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran is by far much weaker and unsupported than the past years. The spirit of maturation in administering the resistance with guidance of the Islamic Revolution not only has had valuable fruits for our esteemed country but it has had for its friends in the resistance front.
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Despite all hostilities, Lebanon powerfully made the 33-day war as a base for gathering resistance experience and since then, it has stood strongly against all Western, Arab and Hebrew streaming and has not stepped back an inch.
Iraq in a deterrent process has lowered expansion of the U.S. influence and is preparing to expel them. Syria despite all woes and hardships, from Daesh sedition to the presence of its lord, the U.S., has survived with Iran’s advice, and Yemen is on verge of overtaking in the 2000-day war. Today the U.S., more incapable than ever, is grappling with domestic problems.
I listened wholeheartedly to remarks of rocky IRGC Commander Major General Hossein Salami, broadcasting on Saturday evening on IRIB TV channel, and several times hailed him. The commander in his remarks numbered the past hegemonic factors of the U.S. He said, “In the past, the U.S. used to introduce itself to the world with four concepts of freedom, democracy, security and welfare. But today all these factors have lost their meanings. Today we see the condition of freedom and behavior of the police with the black in the streets. Today the U.S. is rotten from inside and polarity is being formed in the country.”
In fact, freedom has been trampled to death under the foot of the Liberty Statue. Welfare has been summarized in unemployment and hunger, and security in the throats of the black has been kneeled own by the police and the western democracy intimidated by the media streaming has been tied with distance of one to 99 percent.
The IRGC commander pointed to the current condition of the U.S. society in tackling a crisis like the Coronavirus pandemic whose health system is collapsing, adding, “Bloomberg Institute has announced that there are 30 million hungry and 40 unemployed people in the U.S. and the U.S. political system is unable to resist against this phenomenon. Compare it with the society of Iran how with the concept of pious help it created social vitality and people shared their jubilation and happiness together, and today this society has been able to be successful and proud.”
The process of infrastructural support in the U.S., in other words, liberalism, is grappling with death. Over one thousand sociologists, politicians and economists have confirmed this idea. Pay attention to these important points of the theorist of the century in the U.S. David Ranney is an Illinois University teacher who has written over 100 articles and books. In one of his books, New World Disorder: The Decline of U.S. Power, he has talked about some concept, named “crisis of value” and has written that this crisis has gripped the American society after the 2008 economic crisis. He believes that crises of value have emerged throughout the history of capitalism and are inherent in the capitalist system itself.
He has published his views on this book in his personal website and has explained, “Among my conclusions, was that in the 1970s and 1980s we experienced what I call a “crisis of value. In response, the entire capitalist system underwent a radical restructuring which brutally displaced workers from their jobs and homes. Yet the restructured system, named a “New World Order” by President George H. W. Bush, was not sustainable. It was built on a house of cards—actually a house of credit cards. The New World Order was running on the illusion of fictitious capital in the form of bad credit. Today that house of cards is falling. We are once again in a crisis of value. I argue in this book that the present crisis of value will result either in the replacement of the global capitalist system or a radical restructuring of the system in the U.S.”
If it is supposed that the whole values and capabilities of the current U.S. are put in a sieve and to add and subtract its remaining, one can say that only media hegemony which is in the hands and control of the Zionist investors has been left, something that the U.S is riding on its power horse and due to the collapse and overturn of moral values, this is the only thing left for it and it won’t be long that this grandeur of survival will collapse, too.
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian
- source : IRAN NEWS