Kerry tells Bibi and Jewish Lobby to Shove It – Press TV

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Kerry say no to the politics if fear. Gosh, I wonder if this might be contagious?
Kerry say no to the politics if fear. Gosh, I wonder if this might be contagious?

Kerry says US will not succumb to ‘fear tactics’ over diplomacy with Iran

 

Lots of upset stomachs in the Likudist party now
Lots of upset stomachs in the Likudist party now

[Editors Note: My, my…if this keeps up the Zios will have to get a franchise to manufacture TUMS in Israel. The only impact I am seeing so far with the Israeli Lobby mobsters is with our own ‘bend over’ Congresscritter shills they have bought.

Then we have the EU foreign ministers who are going to re-institute the Iranian company sanctions that the EU high court ruled had no substance or justification whatsoever. The Zios must have some major blackmail goods on that crew.
My advice to all is to never accept a goat as any kind of a holiday gift. It is just a trick to get you in a photograph with a goat and big smile on your face. My momma didn’t raise no fool
The EU Parliament on the other hand, has a plan to de-nuclearize the MidEast…one which includes Israel. The feathers will be flying when that comes in the mail. When this silliness is all over I hope to get to see a large open air prison where the hard core Zios and Jewish Lobby folks are incarcerated with the throat slitting Jihaddis.
But we would only allow stone age tools to be used in the camp and have wireless video cameras everywhere so we could all watch justice being done…inexpensively !!!…Jim W. Dean ]

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" Heeeeerrrr's Bibi !! "
” Heeeeerrrr’s Bibi !! “

US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended ongoing nuclear talks with Iran in an apparent rejection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demand for more pressure against Tehran.
Washington has “an opportunity to try to put to test whether or not Iran really desires to pursue only a peaceful program, and will submit to the standards of the international community in the effort to prove that to the world,” Kerry said at the US Institute of Peace in Washington on Monday.”
I suggest that the idea that the United States of America, as a responsible nation to all of humankind, would not explore that possibility would be the height of irresponsibility,” he added.
Kerry made the remarks one day after Netanyahu once again repeated his accusations against Iran over the country’s nuclear energy program. The hawkish Israeli premier also demanded more pressure on Tehran instead of continuing negotiations.
Last week, Netanyahu said it would be a “tragic mistake” to ease pressure against Iran.
The Islamic Republic of Iran held nuclear talks with the P5+1 (the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany) in Geneva earlier this month. The two sides are set to meet again in Geneva on November 7-8.

During his speech, Kerry also rebuffed the Israeli demand for more pressure and said “some have suggested that somehow there’s something wrong” with giving diplomacy a chance. “We will not succumb to those fear tactics and forces that suggest otherwise,” the top US diplomat said.

Meanwhile, the White House said in a statement that US President Barack Obama spoke to Netanyahu about Iran on Monday.
Netanyahu has repeatedly called on Washington to toughen sanctions and the language of military threat until Tehran dismantles is uranium enrichment program.

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