So here is folks – in case you ever thought where the Guantanamo Concentration Camp is located or in which country thousands of Muslims are behind bars for being suspected but not proven behind 9/11 while hundreds of Israeli Jews being arrested after 9/11 – were set free to return to Israel or where law forbids to criticize Israel and Holocaust or where Dr. Aafia Siddiqui received 86 years in jail after being raped and tortured for years or who supports Zionazi terrorism in the Middle East or in 2000 someone occupied the White House NOT through ballot but by the decision of US Supreme Court, etc, etc…. Well, US Secretary of States Hillary Clinton believes all those and many other human-right abuses happened in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton in the company of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (with a Jewish wife and worked for Henry Kissinger) announced new sanctions against the Islamic Republic for the country’s violation of human rights especially during and after the June 2009 election which gave a huge victory to anti-Zionist regime Dr. Ahmadinejad. How stupid and laughable these sanctions sounds – well, they’re against Iranian officials mainly top officers in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), including its commander, Mohammad Ali Jafari – baring them from the US and keeping foreign accounts in the US. Now why the heck an Iranian would worry about these sanctions unless he/she is involved in black market?
The Israel’s biggest mole in the Senate, Joe Lieberman, in a speech at the powerful Jewish think tank, Council on Foreign affairs (CFR) on Wednesday, praised Hillary’s new idiotic sanctions and Ben Obama’s so-called success in blackmailing other countries in the Middle East including Russia (for not delivering S-300 missiles to Tehran) for putting their own sanctions. Interestingly, Joe Israel forgot that Iranian trade with China, Turkey, Brazil and India is booming irrespective of the UNSC sanctions.
Joe Lieberman called for “stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons capability” as “the single most important test of American power in the Middle East today”. The sentiments were echoed earlier by another ‘Israel-Firster’, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
These statements show the desperation of the Israeli agents within US political system after Washington’s failure to bring a pro-Israel regime change in Tehran after spending US$400 million, tough sanctions and the recent Holy Esther worm to delay the start-up of Bushehr civilian nuclear plant.
Incidently, the so-called human-rights champion is about be pulled its pants down on November 5, 2010 when, for the first time, Washington comes before the United Nations Human Rights Council for its Universal Periodic Review (UPR).
Since 1976 – US State Department had a field day by publishing its own 5,000 page human-rights report on 190 nations – while targeting the countries which are not in the good book of Washington and Tel Aviv by exagerating the figures.
USHRN is made up of more than 300 human rights and social justice organisations. It is the first time such a broad spectrum of U.S. civil society organisations has come to Geneva, the headquarters of the main United Nations human rights bodies.
Sarah Paoletti, UPR coordinator for USHRN and a Law School professor at the University of Pennsylvania, said the Council’s review of the United States “is a unique opportunity for us to address economic, social and cultural rights in the US.”
“The U.S. does not exactly have a great track record when it comes to ratifying international human rights treaties,” Paoletti said