The parts that struck my attention button is quoted below. This is not about “the Obama” or anything like that. But it does point out some of what is behind the “Iran is the Devil” picture that has been painted for decades, by the US CORP. and Israel Zionistas.
“Whenever the Dreadful Few are upset about how the Obama administration is handling Iran’s nuclear program, then you can be sure that it is good for the United States and indeed much of the world.
“While fire-breathing dragon Netanyahu was telling the West that Iran was getting closer and closer to acquiring nuclear bombs, Gantz was saying quite the opposite. Iran, Gantz said in 2012, “has not decided yet to go the extra mile.””
“Warmongers are bent on extinguishing all hope. But hope for change for the better is an innate, religious, widespread, and universal concept.” Hassan Rohani
by Jonas E. Alexis
This should not be considered as a significant defeat—but a defeat nevertheless. In fact, the British newspaper the Guardian has recently reported that “Iran and US tentatively agree on formula to reduce nuclear programme.”
Jewish thought-police Jeffrey Goldberg for example was shocked to hear the following words from President Obama’s own mouth:
“What I’ll say is that if you look at Iranian behavior, they are strategic, and they’re not impulsive. They have a worldview, and they see their interests, and they respond to costs and benefits.
“And that isn’t to say that they aren’t a theocracy that embraces all kinds of ideas that I find abhorrent, but they’re not North Korea. They are a large, powerful country that sees itself as an important player on the world stage, and I do not think has a suicide wish, and can respond to incentives. And that’s the reason why they came to the table on sanctions.”
Of course, Obama was not the only person who said that Iran is very strategic and therefore rational. Israeli General Benny Gantz declared in 2012 that “I think the Iranian leadership is composed of very rational people.”
While fire-breathing dragon Netanyahu was telling the West that Iran was getting closer and closer to acquiring nuclear bombs, Gantz was saying quite the opposite. Iran, Gantz said in 2012, “has not decided yet to go the extra mile.”
Goldberg entitled his article “Iran is getting away with murder.” What murder? Goldberg never told us. He wrote,
“There isn’t much in the way of proof to suggest that Iran’s rulers are looking to join an international order whose norms are defined by the United States and its allies. In fact, there is proof of something quite opposite: Iran seems as interested as ever in becoming a regional hegemon, on its own terms.”
Can this man be serious? If Iran did not want to join an international order, why would they even sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty? And if Goldberg wants to be honest, why can’t he tell his readers the facts?
Goldberg knows very well that it is Israel—not Iran—that does not want to join an international order by refusing to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Goldberg knows very well that it is Israel—not Iran—that constantly gets involved in bombing and assassinating scientists. And Goldberg knows that it is Israel—not Iran—that always wants to play double standards.
Israel wants to keep hundreds upon hundreds of its nuclear warheads, but the same country wants to place a completely different standard on other countries.
Goldberg moved on to postulate this bold and categorical lie:
As we have documented in the past, Iran made numerous attempts to reach out to the U.S.—even during the Bush administration. Iran also reached out to the Obama administration. President Hassan Rohani even told the United Nations that Iran wants peace and not war. “Yes to peace and no to war,” he said. Rohani continued,
“At this sensitive juncture in the history global relations, the age of zero-sum games is over, even though a few actors still tend to rely on archaic and deeply ineffective ways and means to preserve their old superiority and domination.
“Militarism and the recourse to violent and military means to subjugate others are failed examples of the perpetuation of old ways in new circumstances.
“Coercive economic and military policies and practices geared to the maintenance and preservation of old superiorities and dominations have been pursued in a conceptual mindset that negates peace, security, human dignity, and exalted human ideals.
“Ignoring differences between societies and globalizing Western values as universal ones represent another manifestation of this conceptual mindset. Yet another reflection of the same cognitive model is the persistence of Cold War mentality and bi-polar division of the world into ‘superior us’ an ‘inferior others…’
“Terrorism and the killing of innocent people represent the ultimate inhumanity of extremism and violence. Terrorism is a violent scourge and knows no country or national borders. But, the violence and extreme actions such as the use of drones against innocent people in the name of combating terrorism should also be condemned.
“Here, I should also say a word about the criminal assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists. For what crimes have they been assassinated? The United Nations and the Security Council should answer the question: have the perpetrators been condemned?
“People all over the world are tired of war, violence and extremism. They hope for a change in the status quo. And this is a unique opportunity – for us all. The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that all challenges can be managed – successfully – through a smart, judicious blend of hope and moderation. Warmongers are bent on extinguishing all hope. But hope for change for the better is an innate, religious, widespread, and universal concept…
“In foreign policy, the combination of these elements means that the Islamic Republic of Iran, as a regional power, will act responsibly with regard to regional and international security, and is willing and prepared to cooperate in these fields, bilaterally as well as multilaterally, with other responsible actors.
“We defend peace based on democracy and the ballot box everywhere, including in Syria, Bahrain, and other countries in the region, and believe that there are no violent solutions to world crises.
“The bitter and ugly realities of the human society can only be overcome through recourse to and reliance on human wisdom, interaction and moderation. Securing peace and democracy and ensuring the legitimate rights of all countries in the world, including in the Middle East, cannot – and will not – be realized through militarism.
“Iran seeks to resolve problems, not to create them. There is no issue or dossier that cannot be resolved through reliance on hope and prudent moderation, mutual respect, and rejection of violence and extremism.
“Iran’s nuclear program – and for that matter, that of all other countries – must pursue exclusively peaceful purposes. I declare here, openly and unambiguously, that, notwithstanding the positions of others, this has been, and will always be, the objective of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
“Nuclear weapon and other weapons of mass destruction have no place in Iran’s security and defense doctrine, and contradict our fundamental religious and ethical convictions. Our national interests make it imperative that we remove any and all reasonable concerns about Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.”
So, who is really getting away with murder? Did Iran slaughter civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan and send the six-trillion dollar bill to the American people, who are currently trying to put food on the table?
It is the Zionists–not Iran–who are responsible for the death of 48,590 people in Iraq just last year alone. It is the Zionists who wounded 26,516 people in the same region. It is Israel–not Iran–that turned Gaza into concentration camps.
Have Iranians recently stoned two cars which belonged to United States consulate staff, as Israeli settlers have done?
Does Iran control the media so that the average American does not have a clear picture of what is actually happening in the Middle East and elsewhere?
Finally, has Iran been stealing our technology and spying on virtually everything that we do?
If Goldberg wants to be serious, then perhaps he needs to pick up a copy of Jewish Terrorism in Israel by two Jewish scholars named Ami Pedahzur and Arie Perliger. It is published by the University of Columbia, so Goldberg perhaps won’t be too quick to say that it is a conspiracy book.
In short, the fact that the Dreadful Few cannot do as they please with respect to Iran is a sign that there is no reason for despair. Granted, the Dreadful Few are powerful, but we are the majority. We have the truth and they do not. It only takes one serious politician to teach them a real lesson.
 “Iran and US tentatively agree on formula to reduce nuclear programme,” Guardian, January 2, 2015.
 Jeffrey Goldberg, “Iran Is Getting Away with Murder,” Atlantic, December 30, 2014.
 Quoted in William Dove, “Iran Nuclear Weapons: Israel General Claims Ayatollah’s Are ‘Rational’ – Are They?,” International Business Times, April 26, 2012; Jodi Rudoren, Defense Minister Adds to Israel’s Recent Mix of Messages on Iran,” NY Times, April 26, 2012.
 See for example Avner Cohen, Israel and the Bomb (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998); The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel’s Bargain with the Bomb (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010).
 Goldberg, “Iran Is Getting Away with Murder,” Atlantic, December 30, 2014.
 See for example Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007).
 Trita Parsi, A Single Roll of Dice: Obama’s Diplomacy with Iran (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012).
 “Full text of Hasan Rouhani’s speech at the UN,” Times of Israel, September 25, 2013.
 Peter Beaumont, “Israeli settlers stone two cars belonging to US consulate staff,” Guardian, January 2, 2015; US ‘deeply concerned’ by settler attack on consulate staff,” Times of Israel, January 2, 2015.