State Department’s Wendy Sherman duals with the Zionist Lobby’s Congressional tools
… by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor …with Press TV, Tehran
We anticipated that the Zionist Lobby would dig down deep to throw everything including the kitchen sink into wrecking a diplomatic resolution to the P5+1 Iran talks.
Their anticipated tactic of course was to foster ‘deal killers’ which would undermine President Rouhani’s success by imposing conditions that the Iranian hardliners would have a fit over and kill the talks from their end.
Of course imposing new sanctions was the most obvious one and that is exactly the play they are making, even though it exposes beyond doubt these Lobby shills are carrying water for the Israelis. None of those involved will surprise anyone in the Intel community as Israel’s assets in Congress are well known.
If these Congressmen thought this was a no lose deal for them they miscalculated as they will be publicly tainted, but Senators are very hard to remove from office and Israel knows that. They are saved for using in very key situations like this.
The Zios know that once the bogus Iran threat is exposed and put to bed, attention will immediately be focused onto their own WMD threat. The independent Intel community expects to do ‘anything necessary’ to avoid getting behind that eight ball, and we all know what that means.
First Published on Press TV – October 26th, 2013
US Under-Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman said on Friday that Iran and the United States are at the beginning of a path toward mutual understanding, IRNA reported.
Iran and six world powers – the US, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany – wrapped up two days of negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear energy program in Geneva, Switzerland, on October 15-16. The two sides agreed to meet again in the Swiss city on November 7-8.
Iran’s representative in the talks, Abbas Araqchi, who is also the country’s deputy foreign minister for legal and international affairs, said on Thursday that nuclear and sanctions experts from Iran and the six world powers are to meet in the Austrian capital, Vienna, on October 30-31, in the run-up to the upcoming nuclear talks in Geneva.
During negotiations in Geneva, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif presented Tehran’s proposal titled “Closing an Unnecessary Crisis, Opening a New Horizon” to the six countries.
The United States, Israel and some of their allies have repeatedly accused Iran of pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program, with the US and European Union using the false claim as an excuse to impose illegal sanctions against Tehran.
Iran has categorically rejected the allegation, stressing that as a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency and a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, it is entitled to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.