Press TV – Israel’s ‘all-or-nothing’ stance on Iran will lead to war



Israel’s  ‘all-or-nothing’  stance  on  Iran  will  lead  to  war:  US  official

 … from  Press TV,  Tehran

JTA[ Editors Note: Sourcing a story for an anonymous source about anonymous participants which originated in the Jewish Telegraph Agency must be taken with a grain of salt.
But that said, the White house was the first to put out their veiled threat that killing the diplomatic effort would lead to war, with the reasoning that no other option would be available.
This kind of shocked me as it seemed to be playing right into the hands of the Zio’s and their Congressional espionage brigade with their plan to do just so with passing more sanctions legislation.
Even if it was a ploy to intimidate the Iranians to make concessions or face an American attack was off the scale irresponsible as that pour fuel on the fire of the hardliner Republican Guard folks in Iran whose position is that the US would never negotiate in food faith and always seek a military solution.
The alleged conference call intercept below is presented as a pep talk for the Obama policy supporters, but in a well crafted psyops game, this is exactly how it would be structured as diversion from it’s true purpose. But the ‘push back’ mention adds credibility as the Obama people would be wanting to hold the line against the AIPAC brigade.

Webster Tarpley had an incredible interview on Press TV yesterday where he went on an on about how AIPAC is in complete control of Congress. I watched the whole thing to wait for him to qualify his blanket statement with the acknowledgement that AIPAC suffered a devastating defeat on the Syrian attack…a hard thing for anyone in the news biz to forget.

While our ‘non-Jewish controlled media’ (yes, that is a joke) did play up the Congressional sanctions threat, missed by many is that they did not have the votes to pass anything, which is why that part of the story was left out.
American media was showing itself in the bag once again. Even the group that has signed the current sanctions letter in the Senate, it is just 14 of them, which with my math skills does not equate to control.
Also, left out of this silly ‘no option but war’ hype is zero mention of any qualification on proof that Iran has a bomb program. And of course the most censored position of all is that Iran has every legal right to  have a nuclear deterrent to Israel’s huge WMD program, as everyone in the region does.
Don’t take my word for it, my source is the Jerusalem Post and David Ben-Gurion. According to a recent Jerusalem Post article:

“History shows that some issues are so critical that even the president of the United States cannot force Israel’s hand…The sharpest example took place almost 50 years ago, when John F. Kennedy demanded that David Ben-Gurion end Israel’s nuclear deterrent program, deemed necessary to ensure Jewish survival in a very hostile world.”

Iran has every right to “ensure its Iranian survival in a very hostile world”, particularly when the beacon of democracy in the free world (ah…that is us if anyone can’t remember) can’t seem to let go of the term, ‘all options are on the table’.

What this translates into is the Neo-colonialist era that the Neo-Cons rolled out, that anyone desiring a deterrent to Western aggression would be deemed a threat themselves, and subject to pre-emptive attack. If this does not show the dark ugly side of colonialism, I don’t know what does… Jim W. Dean ]


–  First published November 22, 2013  –


Why would Iran as an NPT member, accept limitations?
Why would Iran as an NPT member, accept peaceful limitations?

A senior White House official has said that Israel’s “all-or-nothing” posture demanding a total halt to Iran’s nuclear energy program is a path to war.In a conference call with think tanks and advocacy groups sympathetic to the Obama administration’s strategy with Iran, the official said Israel’s stance would “close the door on diplomacy” and would “essentially lead to war.”
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency obtained a recording of the conference on condition that the participants remained anonymous.The official expressed frustration with Israel’s push back against the US proposal for a “first step” agreement with Tehran that would exchange some modest sanctions relief for some restrictions in Iran’s nuclear energy program.Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council – the US, France, Britain, Russia and China – plus Germany kicked off their latest round of talks on Wednesday.
The two sides are working to hammer out an interim deal to pave the ground for the final resolution to the West’s decade-old nuclear standoff with Iran.
The recognition of Iran’s entitlement to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes remains one of the major sticking points in the talks.
In recent weeks, senior Israeli officials including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been hard at work trying to discredit negotiations with the Islamic Republic.

Under the influence of the Israel lobby, a bipartisan group of 14 US senators issued a statement on Thursday saying they would move ahead with a new sanctions bill against Tehran over the coming weeks.
At a White House meeting on Tuesday, US President Barack Obama urged American senators to ignore the aggressive lobbying campaign by Israel and hold off on new sanctions against Tehran.

A recent poll shows a majority of Americans support a diplomatic agreement between Iran and the six world powers over the country’s nuclear energy program.

The survey conducted by ABC News/Washington Post found out that 64 percent of respondents back a deal that will ease sanctions in exchange for Iran restricting its nuclear program.

Editing:  Jim W. Dean



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