Understanding Imperial Intelligence

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Flag of Imperial Iran until 1979

The former Shah of Iran always lived in great fear of the secular monarchy becoming unseated and thus as inspired and assisted by Turkey’s Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet military intelligence agency created a parallel secretive Iranian military intelligence agency as also tasked with surviving within the state apparatus even if the monarchy were to fall and hence serve to ensure monarchic restoration.

While the general domestic intelligence agencies of the former Shah’s Iran were tasked with monitoring Iran’s citizens was Imperial Intelligence in contrast tasked with monitoring Iran’s domestic intelligence agencies. Despite decades of Islamist Khomeinist oppression and aggressive Jihadist Khomeinist aggression within and outside the country did Imperial Intelligence manage to survive Khomeinist totalitarianism due to its covert supervisory position.

The 1979 Islamist revolution in Iran was engineered by Soviet intelligence which means that Russia even today has significant insight into the Iranian state apparatus. The Muslim Brotherhood is legally designated as a terrorist organization in Russia and Russia long considered Sunni Islamism a far greater threat on account of Russia’s intelligence assets in Iran from the Soviet era.

Iran’s military was never fully trusted by the Jihadist Khomeinist regime and that is why the IRGC parallel military was created as replete with army, navy, air force and military intelligence. Iran’s secular military is beyond the official facade as secular as Iranian society in general and even in the IRGC are in all likelihood most soldiers munafiqun, in the sense that they are actually secular and only pretend to be Muslim when deemed convenient or necessary. Corruption and Jihadism have discredited Khomeinist Islamism which in Iran has become nearly synonymous with Islam and thus has Islam itself become increasingly universally discredited among citizens of Iran, more strongly so among nominally Shia citizens of Iran but also to an increasingly significant extent among nominally Sunni citizens of Iran.

The Islamist Muslim Brotherhood AKP regime has endeavored to create its own version of the IRGC and so there is great resemblance between the two countries in having a regular military, a parallel Jihadist military and a staunchly secularist “deep state” military intelligence agency. Israeli intelligence has long waged large-scale intelligence warfare inside Iran and more recently also at a very large scale inside Turkey as well. What has changed in the past few years is how Israeli military intelligence deeply integrated with both the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet and the Iranian Imperial Intelligence.

While Israel’s intelligence diplomatic corps has maintained diplomatic ties with the Derin Devlet since 1949 did Imperial Intelligence for long not maintain any direct relations with foreign intelligence agencies with the exception of the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet due to the ambition to remain completely secret, even to nearly all of its own intelligence operatives. The Khomeinist regime however always remained aware of the “enemy within” as they internally described Imperial Intelligence.

The deep integration between Israeli military intelligence and the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet and Iran’s Imperial Intelligence has led to vast advances in Israel’s intelligence warfare inside Iran and Turkey. The Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet at one point almost lost control over the Turkish state to the AKP which is part of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, a Crypto-Wahhabi originally Saudi international intelligence agency as now headquartered in Ankara and Khartoum.

Due to the integration between Israeli military intelligence and the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet is the Derin Devlet now so strong that it could implement a military coup d’état when it so wants although a military coup d’état alone would lead to civil war with the parallel AKP Jihadist military forces in Turkey. The situation is similar in Iran where Imperial Intelligence thanks to its partnership with Israeli military intelligence is now so strong that it indirectly very much controls much all of the regular military and thus too would be able to successfully implement a military coup d’état.

The Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet and Imperial Intelligence always maintained close ties between each other and when the relationship became trilateral with the addition of Israeli military intelligence did this trio become increasingly powerful in increasingly gaining indirect control over the state apparatuses in the Islamist-ruled states of Turkey and Iran.

The challenge therefore is to organize, support and sponsor popular pro-democracy revolutions whereby the people itself would get rid of their Jihadist oppressors as military coup d’états alone would certainly create major Jihadist armed complications. In Turkey is this a major problem because there is still a fairly large minority of people (about 5% of the general population) who sympathizes with violent Jihadist armed organizations. In Iran is this less of an issue but the IRGC itself as the Jihadist parallel military is a mighty force, however a pro-secularist military coup d’état in either country would certainly lead to Jihadist civil war. Yet the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet and Imperial Intelligence have nevertheless through major domestic intelligence warfare in recent years established highly significant influence and relative control over Turkey and Iran respectively.

What is clearly needed therefore is to organize popular revolutions as militarily supported by limited Israeli air war and as concluded by domestic military coup d’états. While both Kemalist Turkey and the former Shah’s Iran were authoritarian states was this due to intense fear of political Islam as the challenge now is to organize a professionally managed transition that will help usher in freedom, emancipation, democracy and importantly fully voluntary communal reversions to Median Judaism and its gynocentric Sumerian origins.

While Ankara, Baghdad and Tehran formed a military alliance against Free Kurdistan and Israel has this alliance already fractured and frayed and increasingly imminent international humanitarian aerial intervention in Iraq in support of the peshmerga anti-genocide defense forces will no longer cause official Iranian and/or Turkish strategic attacks against Iraqi Kurdistan.

It is also important to understand that there has been a change of generation in both the Dönmeh-led Derin Devlet and Imperial Intelligence which means that both are today led by Internet-savvy persons as animated by personal dreams and common visions of open society and liberal democracy in Anatolia and Iran. There is however no question that there is much need for continued professional conflict management in ensuring that pro-democracy revolutions in Ankara, Baghdad and Tehran actually lead to sustainable freedom as the transition to liberal democracy will need to be gradual as spanning over a number of years.