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Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal



Spending time analyzing the particulars of the agreement misses the point of the Iranian deal. It is not about preventing or even delaying the deployment of the bomb. The true intent of the P5+1 negotiation is to disrupt the unholy alliance between the war party and their Zionist overlords. The overwhelming reality is that U.S. foreign policy is based upon doing the bidding of Israel. What is transpiring is a fundamental push back coming from Barack Hussein Obama II. The Full text: Obama’s news conference on the Iran nuclear deal demonstrates this context.

“I’m hearing a lot of talking points being repeated about “This is a bad deal. This is a historically bad deal. This is a historically bad deal. This will threaten Israel and threaten the world and threaten the United States.” I mean, there’s been a lot of that.

What I haven’t heard is what is your preferred alternative?

If 99 percent of the world’s community and the majority of nuclear experts look at this thing and they say “this will prevent Iran from getting a nuclear bomb,” and you are arguing either that it does not or that even if it does, it’s temporary, or that because they’re going to get a windfall of their accounts being unfrozen that they’ll cause more problems, then you should have some alternative to present. And I haven’t heard that.

And the reason is because there really are only two alternatives here. Either the issue of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon is resolved diplomatically through a negotiation or it’s resolved through force, through war. Those are — those are the options.”

The false option laid out by Obama is not an either or choice. The Iranian deal is an end result of the world major powers to recognize that Israel does not have a monopoly or a veto power on world affairs. The final vote to approve or void the understanding is all about the ultimate power of the Israeli Lobby.

The NYT article Fears of Lasting Rift as Obama Battles Pro-Israel Group on Iran captures the profound struggle that is being fought out.

“The president accused Aipac of spending millions of dollars in advertising against the deal and spreading false claims about it, people in the meeting recalled.

So Mr. Obama told the Aipac leaders that he intended to hit back hard.

The next day in a speech at American University, Mr. Obama denounced the deal’s opponents as “lobbyists” doling out millions of dollars to trumpet the same hawkish rhetoric that had led the United States into war with Iraq. The president never mentioned Aipac by name, but his target was unmistakable.”

One critic of the Zionist regime expresses a clear and precise argument in favor of accepting the protocol. Mark Dankof to President Obama: I’m With You This Time, Pal, on the P5+1 Deal with Iran pens the following letter:

Mr. President:

I am not one of your supporters on virtually anything, but I’m with you on this P5+1 deal with Iran. I convey my humble support and appreciation to you on this one, this time.

I see the Neoconservatives are working to get 13 Democratic defectors in the Senate and 44 House Democratic defectors by the September 17th deadline for a vote. I hope you win out here. I have so indicated by blogging my support on Facebook. Since I’m a part of the American populist Right and an alternative media presence, this may mean something in giving many of your ideological adversaries something to weigh and consider on the merits of the case at hand.

Those of us who are Pat Buchanan, Ron Paul, and David Stockman Republicans are publicly with you against the War Party in the GOP and for a reasonable peace. Best of luck this time around.


SuggestionYou would be well served by publicly insisting that Israel’s mammoth nuclear arsenal and chemical/biological weapons cache receive the same international inspection regimen being insisted upon by Mr. Netanyahu and his supporters for Iran. The United States also needs to pull the plug on supporting Israel financially until it joins in signing the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as Iran has, and stops its illegal settlements on the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and its genocidal policies in Gaza. I also suggest that the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) be forced to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act.


One notes that President Kennedy was the last President to attempt bringing Israel and its domestic lobby to heel on Dimona, inspections, and registration of the American Zionist Council as the agent of a foreign power, the forerunner of AIPAC.


You can insure your legacy by stepping up to home plate on these issues half a century later. I do hope you will understand that Americans across the political spectrum who actually read and think for themselves will back you in this critical effort to avoid an unjustifiable and totally unnecessary war with Iran that promises a wider metastasis.

At the same time, I must honestly tell you that I believe you are barking up the wrong tree on Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen, and support for NATO’s encirclement policy of Mr. Putin and its provocative deployment of military assets ever closer to his country’s borders. What would we be doing if the Russians were deploying their considerable military prowess on our Canadian and Mexican borders?

The same people who oppose your P5+1 deal with the Iranians are the same crowd supporting your ill advised moves in these places, moves that are the wrong moves for the wrong reasons with disastrous implications for the future. Please reexamine the road you have embarked upon in all of this, and reconsider the sources of the advice you have gotten from advisors who are of the same ilk that began these endless wars of preemption and counterinsurgency with the Bush I and II regimes.

From the Loyal and Usually Vigorous Opposition–

Pastor Mark Dankof

San Antonio, Texas

Mr. Dankof summaries in the account, AIPAC striving to hijack the US government: Ex-US Senate candidate.

“This deal is in the interest of the American people, it is in the interest of the Iranian people, it’s in the interest of the world,” Dankof told Press TV on Saturday.

Dankof said US President Barack Obama is correct to push back against pro-Israel lobbying efforts to scuttle the nuclear accord. “He has pinpointed the nature of the problem in the American political scene and in the Capitol Hill.”

The core and central issue failure in American foreign policy is captured brilliantly by Philip Weiss who writes in his essay, Obama ushers in the crisis of the Israel lobby.

“The Israel lobby is a loose but powerful coalition of Israel supporters who will distort policy at every turn out of the sincere misguided belief that the US and Israel have the same interests; that coalition of conservative Jews in league with Republican hawks played a critical role in starting the Iraq war that has been an unmitigated disaster for our foreign policy. I have argued here for a long time that we won’t defeat the war party till we identify its true cause, and Obama all but did so explicitly yesterday. “Every nation in the world that has commented publicly” supports this deal, except Israel, he said. And Israel has many friends in this country, including the president himself, he said.”

While the Iranian deal fits the definition of a treaty, the Obama administration knows that the puppets in Congress are beholden to the pressure and campaign contributions from the Israeli Lobby. A constitutional vote as a treaty would not be approved. Regretfully, America has long ago lost its inherent autonomy  when it comes to ruling in the true national interests.

Exemplifying the cockeyed measures being used to influence the vote is reported in P5+1 Nations Press Senate Democrats to Support Iran Deal.

“Top diplomats from Russia and China joined a rare meeting of world powers’ envoys on Capitol Hill this week with roughly 30 Senate Democrats to tamp down concerns over the nuclear agreement.

“The prospect of the rejection of a deal makes us nervous,” Philipp Ackermann, the acting German ambassador to the United States, said Thursday. “It would be a nightmare for every European country if this is rejected.”

The ultimate resolution will establish who is really in control. When our “so called” ally pronounces, Ya’alon: Israel ‘not responsible’ for Iran nuke scientists’ lives, the actual terrorist state proves their position in the world.

Diplomatic relations with Iran, already adopted by the other countries will not cease if the U.S. Congress rejects the accord. What is at stake is as long as Israel retains their own nuclear arsenal, the proliferation of additional members in the exclusive club will grow.

Obama has been a transformable disaster as president. However, his singular achievement is the effort he has pursued to break the stranglehold the Zionist and NeoCons have exerted over American policy.