persians defeated aipac.
congrats to all americans.
[h=1]Obama gets Iran deal win as Senate Dems amass enough votes[/h]WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama secured a landmark foreign policy victory Wednesday as Senate Democrats amassed enough votes to ensure the Iran nuclear deal survives in Congress despite ferocious opposition from Republicans and the government of Israel.
now after the nuclear deal is done some interesting dynamics is starting to emerge.
iran has basically stopped implementing some parts of the deal that includes removing
some currently installed centrifuges.but since the p5+1 insisted that iran does their part
of the bargain before they do theirs,they can not fault iran since they are just taking
their sweet time and can prolong the process as long as they want.
this is a very clever tactical maneuver by iran.they are basically taking a page out of the
israeli 'deal making handbook' by signing a deal but stalling on the implementation and the
success of reaching it's goals.if it works for them then it works for iran too.
and iran got it wanted out of this whole deal already.the eu can not wait to get back and do
business with iran.same with asia,s. africa and the rest of the world.meanwhile president rouhani
will start his first trip to europe this weekend in france and italy.
they basically got the cake and are eating it too while poking a finger into isreal's eyes!
i think the moolas in iran can get along fine with trump.
he just urinated on his pro-isreal audience and got booed.
he told them "i negotiate like you people" basically telling them
i jew down the price just like you.that;s stereotyping 101.
Donald Trump struggles with Israel question at Republican Jewish summit
Donald Trump drew a few rare boos toward the end of his appearance at Thursday's Republican Jewish Coalition candidate forum, after refusing to say that Jerusalem should be the undivided and recognized capital of Israel.
so as soon as trump brings in some real issues into open
discussion without any censorship,the media goes after him.
he is talking about muslims and why they 'hate' us.which will
lead to questions about the apartheid regime in isreal and why
our 100% support for them is a major reason why the muslims
'hate' us.hence the political assassination on him has begun
with pictures like this.
a couple of items worth mentioning.
first the saudis finally see the light which we shed on them here
almost 3 years ago and complain about "obama's pivot towards iran"!
talk about low learners.
Faisal questioned whether Obama has “pivoted to Iran so much that you equate the kingdom’s 80 years of constant friendship with America to an Iranian leadership that continues to describe America as the biggest enemy, that continues to arm, fund and support sectarian militias in the Arab and Muslim world.”
second item of note is how things have changed and are very
hard to roll back now.in this case no other british pm cameron goes
to bat for iran and tells uk banks to do business with iran despite
David Cameron has stepped in to directly challenge Barclays - and bring pressure on other banks - over its refusal to facilitate trade deals with companies in Iran despite the lifting of international sanctions.
Thats absolutely right. Thats all i am saying: The Shia mullahs have a much bigger lobby in Europe and America than the Saudis due to a powerful propaganda machine. Saudis execute 47 convicted terrorists, 46 of them al qaida terrorists and they are all over them! From AI to Reuters, CNN, FOX...and no one even mentions that they were al qaida terrorists, the IR executes a lot more people, most of them normal regime critics, bloggers, poets and you hear no word about it on the same outlets who report the Saudi executions. You are a great army the IR has put together in abroad. Congrats
and now they can not even get a resolution to pass at the
un against iran.the dynamics in the region has fundamentally
changed and iran is in the cat bird seat now.this should drive
the goons in the apartheid regimes in isreal & saudi to act with
even more suicidal fever.
[h=1]Iran seen escaping U.N. sanctions over missiles due to ambiguous resolution[/h] "A call is different from a ban, so legally you cannot violate a call, you can comply with a call or you can ignore the call, but you cannot violate a call," Russian U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said on Monday. "The legal distinction is there." Laura Rockwood, former chief of the legal department at the International Atomic Energy Agency and now head of the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Nonproliferation, said of the U.N. resolution: "This was probably a classic case of language negotiated with 'constructive ambiguity' in mind."
interesting animation that depicts the events in the last 15 years
with the iranian nuclear initiative and it's subsequent events.
the names of the characters are not accidental.dayee mohamad,amoo
mahmoud and amoo hasan are the names of the last 3 presidents and the
name of the kids are the ones of the assassinated iranian nuclear scientists.
i think this sort of thing should make it easier even for the childish self-hating
iranians to get the point.
oic accuses iran of 'supporting terrorism'.
iran is actively fighting isis in iraq & syria and this is the thanks they get.
should make the self-hating iranians pretty happy.
[h=1]Muslim nations accuse Iran of supporting terrorism: summit communique[/h]
"The Conference deplored Iran's interference in the internal affairs of the States of the region and other Member States including Bahrain, Yemen, Syria, and Somalia, and its continued support for terrorism," the OIC said in its final summit communique.
the revelation of this document confirms the strategic pivot of the
usa towards iran.which is precisely why the apartheid regimes in isreal
and saudi have unleashed their isis animals on the "west" right after the
p5+1 and iran reached an agreement a year ago.
and make no mistake about it,the next president of the usa will continue
the same strategic shift.do not be fooled by clinton or trump campign rhetoric.
these strategic plans are not set by A president and are set up by a higher level
of the deep state than the president himself but at his request which can be
denied by the strategic planners.
AP Exclusive: Secret document eases Iran nuclear constraints
VIENNA (AP) — Key restrictions on Iran's nuclear program imposed under an internationally negotiated deal will ease in slightly more than a decade, cutting the time Tehran would need to build a bomb to six months from present estimates of a year, according to a document obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
The document is the only part linked to last year's deal between Iran and six foreign powers that hasn't been made public. It was given to the AP by a diplomat whose work has focused on Iran's nuclear program for more than a decade, and its authenticity was confirmed by another diplomat who possesses the same document.
The diplomat who shared the document with the AP described it as an add-on agreement to the nuclear deal. But while formally separate from that accord, he said that it was in effect an integral part of the deal and had been approved both by Iran and the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, the six powers that negotiated the deal with Tehran.
there has been some rather interesting developments lately which
makes it necessary to update a few points.
back in feb. 2016 when russia and the usa reached an agreement on
a cease fire in aleppo,russia evidently promised that if the price of oil
is raised from $25 to $50 they would reassess their attitude towards
bashar assad in 6 months time.the usa kept their side of the bargain and
even though the saudis were against the plan they forced them to allow
a doubling of the price of oil in spite of iran coming back to the market which
would have normally signaled a further reduction in oil prices.
based on that promise john kerry mentioned aug. 1 as a deadline for russia
to change their position in may.but a few weeks ago lavrov officially announced
that russia has not given any promises to the usa about the future of assad and
russian elements even proceeded to hack the democratic party's email servers.
well interestingly as aug. 1st deadline approached and the usa realized that they
have been bamboozled by putin the price of oil suddenly took a sharp decline and
crashed from around $50 to close to $40 per barrel in a very short period of time.
further exacly on aug. 1st a russian chopper was shut down in syria killing all 5 crew
members and on the same day the usaf started it's new bombing campaign against
'isis' in libya.
and now as the iran/russia/syria axis gets the upper hand in the fighting in aleppo the
'terrorist' side supported by isreal,qatar,saudi and turkey is asking their nato godfathers
to arrange another cease fire.we shall see how this will play out but we are slowly
approaching the endgame for the isis gambit in iraq and syria.
IN JANUARY this year Muhammad bin Salman, the young deputy crown prince who in effect runs Saudi Arabia, declared an end to his country’s “comatose” foreign policy and a determination to push back against Iran. The Syrian rebels he supported looked unbeatable in Aleppo. His generals spoke of the imminent capture of Sana’a, Yemen’s capital, from the Houthi rebels who had seized it. He kept Iran and its client militia, Hizbullah, from imposing their choice of president in Lebanon. Officials spoke of bankrupting Iran by saturating the market with oil, regardless of the wishes of OPEC partners. A Saudi ambassador even went back to Baghdad, for the first time in 25 years.
But at the end of the year the kingdom finds itself in retreat on all fronts. Its ambassador has pulled out of Iraq, fleeing a torrent of abuse from Shia politicians who look towards Iran. Pounded by Iranian, Russian and Syrian government forces, the rebels in Aleppo are on the verge of defeat. The Saudis have bowed to Iran’s preference for Lebanon’s president. And at an OPEC meeting on November 30th, they agreed to shoulder the largest share of a production cut in a bid to restore prices, while letting Iran raise its production to pre-sanctions levels.
In Yemen, Saudi Arabia’s Houthi foes seem bent on denying Prince Muhammad a dignified exit, launching repeated cross-border raids and last week declaring their own new government, rather than agreeing to form one including the exiled president as the prince wants. “Yemen will be Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam,” says a contemptuous Iranian official. “It is bleeding the Saudis’ military and diplomatic prestige.” If Saudi Arabia agrees to leave the rest of the region, he says, Iran will let it keep Bahrain, the little island state linked by a causeway to Saudi’s eastern coast.
trump's first week in office has been interesting to say the least.
from his assault on the media and his rapid fatwas(executive orders)
it is celar that he is not of the same mold as any before him.
this is one of the more plausible articles i have read on trump and
his role in the new capacity as the potus.
[h=1]Trump: The West’s Gorbachev?[/h]Will Trump have a similarly devastating effect on democracies that Gorbachev had on Communism?
The juxtaposition of these two names in the title may come as a surprise to many readers. What do a de facto Social Democrat who wanted to reform Communism and a billionaire right-wing populist magnate have in common?
Indeed, if we focus on their ideologies and individual histories (to the extent that they matter), the answer is nothing — not “almost nothing,” but “nothing”!
But if we look at them and their moment in history from a structural perspective, similarities are inescapable. For starters, neither man believed in the hierarchically structured international systems they preside(d) over. Both men are part of the ruling elite, but fought against it.