Argo, The Movie, W/Ben Afleck Iranian/American Hostage Crisis

   Here is the link the Argo movie trailer.  <iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>  The movie is released Oct. 12, 2012

   Below is a photo of Former Iranian Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
In office from 3 December 1979 – 3 June 1989.
   The url link is to the blog I wrote in May of 2011, a year and a half ago, titled, "American Sentiments Toward Osama B.L. Reminiscent To The 1970's Ruhollah Khomeini?",  detailing extensively with events concerning Iran, the U.S. and the world, and especially how the U.S. and Iran have "unfinished business" from what this new movie, Argo, is about; American hostages taken by Iran and six embassy employees' escape attempt from Iran. I highly recommend reading the blog before seeing the movie, Argo.
    I was about 14 yrs old when this all took place I had no idea about the Embassy employees who hid in the Canadian embassy. But I always listened about the hostages. Such an awesome movie if I were John Travolta or Tom Cruise I would be so jealous. So proud of the whole production. Ben Afleck seems wise beyond his years and very un-pretentious person in the movie and seems obvious real life too.Thanx for a very good and useful movie. I recommend seeing it AT the theaters for the experience, and not just informational purposes. The high calliber cast and production did a fantastic job and you WILL be on the edge of your seat. For me, it brought back memories as a early teen, and stirred up anxiety concerning the events then, and the most recent Sep. 11, 2012 embassy attacks in N. Africa and over a dozen other U.S. embassies in the Middle East since these most recent attacks in which an American Marine was killed as well as an American Ambassador and others.

Former Iranian Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini

   Based on real events, the dramatic thriller “Argo” chronicles the life-or-death covert operation to rescue six Americans, which unfolded behind the scenes of the Iran hostage crisis—the full scope of which was unknown by the public for decades.
    On November 4, 1979, as the Iranian revolution reaches its boiling point, militants storm the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking 52 Americans hostage. But, in the midst of the chaos, six Americans manage to slip away and find refuge in the home of Canadian Ambassador Ken Taylor. Knowing it is only a matter of time before the six are found out and likely killed, a CIA “exfiltration” specialist named Tony Mendez comes up with a risky plan to get them safely out of the country. A plan so incredible, it could only happen in the movies.
   Academy Award® winner Ben Affleck (“The Town,” “Good Will Hunting”) directs and stars in the film, which is produced by Oscar® nominee Grant Heslov (“Good Night, and Good Luck.”), Affleck, and Oscar® winner George Clooney (“Syriana”). (see accurate movie details at, ). “Argo” also stars Bryan Cranston (TV’s “Breaking Bad”), Oscar® winner Alan Arkin (“Little Miss Sunshine”), and John Goodman (“Trouble With the Curve”). The main cast also includes Victor Garber, Tate Donovan, Clea DuVall, Scoot McNairy, Rory Cochrane, Christopher Denham, Kerry Bishé, Kyle Chandler and Chris Messina.

Below, here is copy of my blog, titled,
 "American Sentiments Toward Osama B.L. Reminiscent To The 1970's Ruhollah Khomeini?"
May 6, 2011
In the late 1970's, Khomeini called for Islamic revolution throughout the world. He was the supreme ruler over Iran, and now has a successor, after his death in 1989 until present, and ruled as Iran's first ever supreme ruler from 1979-1989.

As far back as the mid-1970's when I was just a child, (I was born in 1964), I can remember Saturday Night Live and all the other comedy and daytime talk shows and comedians, making fun of everything from his name, to toys and collectors items mocking him. But now, the celebrations following Osama Bin Laden's killing have caused us to progress from predominantly conservatives, mocking our enemy, to most all Americans, celebrating what I prefer to call, JUSTICE. I remember Ayatola Toilet Paper, Ayatola-On-A Rope (soap-on-a rope), as well as dolls, paintings and cartoons with an unlimited number of ways to parody Khomeini's names pronunciation and charicatures. Even the yellow ribbons we see all over the place, especially car magnets, is the idea from the days of the American hostages in Iran, when we began tying yellow ribbons around our trees, so we won't forget our fellow Americans being held hostage. It seemed everyone was united in opposition to this man. Basically, he called for the destruction of the United States and Israel before Osama Bin Laden was ever heard of, and he was responsible for the 52 American hostages being taken at the American Embassy in Iran for 144 days. And now, the current Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, who became president in 2005, was actually identified by some of the American hostages as one of their captors, which Ahmedinejad denies. So besides my point of similarities to the united scorn of Bin Laden after his death on May 1, 2011, and the lack of unity prior to his demise, I'm pointing out that if you read up on the Iranian Revolution, and the Iranian/Iraq war, you will see that prior to all that, even up until now, there you will see there's plenty of unfinished business between the U.S. and Iran. So the age old question begs to be asked; "What's next?"

On to now, concerning Osama Bin Laden. While the past 10 yrs are fresh in everyones minds who are at least 30 years old now, and those who were children at the time of Sep. 11, 2001, between the current ages now of 20 and 30 years old, who may barely have remembrances as a child of their parents speaking about the Soviet Union/U.S. relations, may have mostly memories of Middle Eastern fears, and various names of terrorists who have always been in the news, such as, Osama Bin Laden.

My observation is that, for the past 5 yrs or so, I can remember wondering, "why are we not all united in scorning and scoffing this OBL, as we were toward Ayatollah Khomeini in the 1970's throughout the 1980's?" I know that ONE reason is that we have such a ready available and vast amount of information to us since the mid to late 1990's with the rise of internet capabilities, that we are not limited to television, magazines and physical toys for humor and entertainment. We have all that AND internet info overload, which preoccupies us with everything under the sun, other than being united, as we were before what has become a distraction of the internet and all the accessories that are attached to the internet in every concievable way we have so far thought of and invented and copyrighted and pattented.

And reason number two is, back in the 1970's and before, we KNEW who the GOODGUYS were. It almost felt like I was puting total blame for lack of knowing who the good guys were and the lack of unity, on the information age. But more precisely, we have so many communistic and socialist-leaning politicians and media who have mastered the art of deception, and are attempting and largely succeding, in abolishing our U.S. Constitution, and poisoning our minds with the assumption that mass murderers are to be dialogued with and rewarded with a legitimate government.

So now, after the much celebrated death of Osama Bin Laden, I remembered my frequently asked question, and my wish, that somehow, our country can in some way regain the simplicity of unity, and it has been evident ever since the news of the U.S. Seal Team 6 and our Government inteligence agencies' successful raid against our enemies. In case anyone hasn't noticed, read, or heard, even the news broadcastors and printers have brought that to our attention, that we are more united now than we have been.

But get this: in my readings and research on the Ayatolla, I saw that his overthrow of the Iranian government of the 1970's, and declarations of worldwide Muslim aggression against the Western world, especially the U.S.A. and Israel, it has been noted that Iran has been more united than ever, also, with two major sectors in their population, being moderates, who are against religious and political aggression towards the West, and the other being the extreme Islamic religious. And they have Khomeini to thank for that, way back in the 1970's when he took control of their government, by popular uprising. (Sound familiar?)

So are we going to be happy again in the U.S.? I don't think so. But at least we have achieved some sort of unity, and hopefully there can be some sort of logic and peace between the Persians, Arabs and the extremists of that part of the world and of the U.S. and Israel, and will will abandon their ages old mindset of religious domination.

Of course that will not happen, because of all the other political ambitions of New World Order and those of literally all religious faiths, (except Satan worship maybe), are at odds with New World Order, hence the Biblical prophecies of the "mark of the beast" and the final war of Armageddon, which is literally the war between man and God.

So how did I venture off toward a further time other than our present time of unity as a result of the death of a global vilain? Well, I just didn't want anyone's hopes to get too high, and put things in a more proper perspective. And hopefully with all I've brought up, we can not forget the American mantra of the late 1970's and 1980's, "Remember The Hostages".


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