On April 2, Barack Obama in response to Harry Smith’s (‘One-on-One’, CBS) question on Islamic Repulic’s nuclear program at the White House basketball court – showed his total submission to the Jewish Lobby. Without any new proof or hesitation he accused Iran of pursuing nuclear capability to make weapons which would initiate an nuclear arm race in the Middle East (as if the Zionist entity which has possessed over 240 nuclear bombs for the last three decades, is not located in the Middle East). He also lied that Iran has been “more isolated” since he moved into the White House. The fact is his own national ratings (as per CBS poll) are at the lowest point (44%) and it’s the US which has been isolated in the world due to its blind support for Israel and its international bullying especially in South America. Obama, then used Dubya Bush’s coined threat “all options are on the table” to cover his lies.
It’s interesting to note that while Barack Obama keeps the “option on the table” for Iran’s non-existant nuclear arsenal – he has alway maintained a duct-tape on his mouth when it comes to Israel’s existing nuclear arsenal.
Obama ‘s “carrot and pressure” diplomacy during the recently concluded Nuclear Security Summit in Washington to bring Russia, China, India, Brazil and Turkey failed once again. They all believe that Tehran’s nuclear program is not for the military purposes and that Israeli fear of a nuclear Iran should be resolved by peaceful negotiations. This leaves the Western ZOGs (the US, Britain, Germany and France) and Israel for the “Crippling sanctions” followed by a “military option” against Tehran.
Obama’s all lies has already been refuted by both International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports and the 16 American intelligence agencies document, the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) – that Iran’s nuclear program is nothing but to meet its increasing electricity demand and for medical (cancer isotope) purposes.
“Who is in the position to decide the destiny of Iran’s nuclear program? Which table is the U.S. President referring to? What’s wrong with Iran’s nuclear program in lieu of which a 70-million nation should go on with crippling sanctions, continued threats of military strike, isolation and economic embargo? What’s the definite answer to the simple question that “why should the U.S., France and Israel possess nuclear weapons”? Which one is more offensive and violent? Iran’s nuclear program which has been demonstrated again and again that does not have anything to do with military purposes, or the adventurous, aggressive trajectory Washington and its European allies have begun to go across?
In order to thwart Iran’s efforts to achieve the zeniths of high technology and prevent the country from becoming an influential player in the Persian Gulf region and beyond, Washington has mobilized a large number of conservative think-tanks and pundits to direct psychological warfare against Iran multilaterally. Although the New York Times by itself suffices to wage a spotless and perfect psy-op by running misleading and untruthful articles which get circulated, syndicated and believed globally, numerous websites, blogs and community portals have also been activated to function as the podium of White House so as to disseminate illusive and deceptive stories regularly and misrepresent what’s happening in Iran.
Over the past three decades and especially following the eruption of nuclear dispute with Iran, U.S. has been carrying out media operations to incite anti-Iranian sentiments vigorously. Some recent efforts include the establishment of websites such as “United Against Nuclear Iran” and the production of Hollywood-sponsored movies “300” and “The Wrestler”.
Above all, carrying out psychological operations is one of the most sensitive and delicate responsibilities of the U.S. Army, CIA’s Special Activities Division (SAD) and National Clandestine Service (NCS). SAD is in charge of providing the U.S. President with “special” options where diplomacy and military action is likely to fail. U.S. President has the authority to order the commencement of a new clandestine operation whenever necessary. Covert and intangible intervention in foreign elections is one of the main tasks of SAD. It also carries out missions to undermine or even overthrow a regime which does not comply with the interests of the U.S. administration. SAD has a long history of carrying out inconceivable and paralyzing missions of psychological propaganda against different countries including Bolivia, Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran.
In Iran, where people still remember the bitter memory of U.S.-backed coup d’etat of 1953 which brought down the democratic government of Dr. Mosaddeq and inaugurated the tyranny of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, SAD has accomplished numerous operations, several of which have been revealed by the investigative journalists.
Anyway, history seems to be repeated once again. White House and its numerous teams, departments, groups, unions and forces of psychological operation, under the decree of someone who right after winning a Nobel Prize of “Peace” began to drum for a war of bloodshed in the Middle East, are gathering together to launch a new scenario of war game and violence; however, they’ve simply forgotten an undeniable reality: Iran is a different country; different from all of the countries throughout the world.
Dear President Obama; we know that whoever rises to presidency in your country should be first an expert of psychological warfare and a dexterous pamphleteer; you’ve done your job successfully by teaching us that you have the potentiality to be a duplicate of Mr. George W. Bush. Now you’ve satisfied your Zionist supervisors excellently. The only thing which you should know is that you had better take the options off the table and save more space consequently!”
I would like to end this post with a quote from one of America’s most fearless writers, John Kaminski, for the benefit of Barack Obama: “I wish we had a president as decent as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the current and outspoken president of Iran. I mean, just compare the two men as human beings. Mr. Ahmadinejad seems like a decent guy from the neighborhood, trying to tell the truth while being trampled by the demonic Jewish spin machine. And here is George W. Bush (interchangeable with Barack Obama, as have been all American presidents since U.S. Grant), revealing himself to the world as a lying, pathological killer. Hey, which one would you choose?”