The reason Israel loves Ahmadinejad is because he says things that are easy to twist. It's not that he says crazy things really, because if you look at actual, full, accurately translated transcripts of what he says, he's not crazy at all. But he does say truthful things, and as we all know by now, the truth is radical as well as "anti-semitic." That's all it is. Since the media is controlled by Zionists, and since Ahmadinejad speaks out about Zionists, he can easily be painted as radical and "anti-semitic." That's why Israel is happy about his reelection, because they can continue to twist his words to support their agenda. However, the fact that he benefits in the short run from the Israeli agenda does not necessarily mean that he supports their agenda or is a part of it. Maybe he does or maybe he doesn't. I tend to think he doesn't, but let's face it, anyone in power will be sucked into the game to some extent or else they get whacked.
Win #2: Mousavi appears to be connected to the Mossad and CIA, so now they have a player moving on the board and influencing events
This piece (h/t saladin) begins to lay out how Mousavi's connections go back as far as Iran Contra.
What do Michael Ledeen (the American 'neo-conservative'), Mir-Hossein Mousavi (the Iranian presidential candidate of 'chagne') and Adnan Khashoggi (the opulent Saudi Arabian jet-setter) have in common?So Mousavi probably is their actual guy, not Ahmadinejad. If things worked out that Mousavi got in that would probably be great for Israel, but you know these people trying to run the world will hedge all their bets because they can only control so much. Therefore, not expecting to pull it off but hoping for chaos and instability, maybe some riots...
They are all good friends and associates of Manuchehr Ghorbanifar (an Iranian arms merchant, an alleged MOSSAD double agent, and a key figure in the Iran/Contra Affair, the arms-for-hostages deals between Iran and the Reagan administration). In one or two, at most three, degrees of separation, these people hung out in the same circles and very likely drank to the same toasts.
Win #3: Chaos, instability and riots in Iran will destabilize the country and facilitate an attack by Israel or it's agents. The confusion surrounding what happened also allows for a flood of psyops, limited hangouts, and every variety of disinformation imaginable.
I think it's safe to say we're all experiencing the flood of confusion right now. It's confusing because they want it to be confusing. Confusion and instability advances Israel's war agenda. Therefore, the media throws gasoline on the fire. Again, as with Ahmadinejad, the fact that people may be legitimately pissed off about the election does not mean they aren't being manipulated.
The elite always fuck with people from every direction. They excel at creating damned if you do/damned if you don't situations, hoping to drive people either into hopelessness and apathy or else violence.
In the words of one of the mind-fuck master actors, Nicholas Sarkozy:
"It is a tragedy, but it is not negative to have a real-opinion movement that tries to break its chains."