UPDATE ON IRAN WITH MOJI AGHA HOUR I

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The corporate media of the West has repeated so many lies about the nuclear program and other imaginary threats from Iran that we need to get the word out about the truth. It is important that Americans understand the political scene in Iran, how it developed and the hopeful signs that democracy might still be possible.

 In order to avoid war with Iran we have to begin to think of other nations in terms of their people, not their governments. As Americans are beginning to understand, there is a wide gulf between the two. Only in a democracy does the government reflect the people. The US government has no business trying to impose democracy on other nations. To even encourage it, citizens have to first mold it into a democracy. 

On May 18 our guest was Moji Agha, an Iranian-American bilingual poet and peace, human rights, and Earth activist. Trained as a cultural psychologist, he has founded many organizations and projects. 

Moji's latest project is the Mossadegh Legacy Institute, a foundation established to honor the legacy of Iran's first democratically elected Prime Minister, who was overthrown in a CIA-engineered coup in 1953. Moji is currently on a lecture tour to raise awareness of the importance of understanding the real threat to world peace posed by the US and to promote a sane foreign policy.

Know the truth and the truth will set you free.

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