Tehran should not trust Moscow

An old Persian wisdom says:”a friend of your enemy cannot be friend of yours”.

Russia is one of such “friends”. It believes most of US-Israeli lies about Iran’s civilian nuclear program. It had supported all four anti-Iran illegal sanctions by the ZOGs (the US, Britain and France) at the UNSC. Moscow’s criticism of additional unilateral sanctions by the US, EU, Germany, Canada and France – is nothing but a joke.

In September 2010, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev canceled the already-paid S-300 contract with Tehran. Benji Netanyahu took credit for that. Both Washington and Tel Aviv congratulated Moscow for the decision. One way it worked for Iran for the better. This year Iran tested its own version of S-300 which Russian claimed to be far better than their version.

Russia is still dragging the completion and full capacity operation of Iran’s first power-generating nuclear plant at Bushehr since 1990s. The construction work on the reactor building was started by a German firm in 1974 which abandoned the project after 1979 Islamic Revolution. The Russian tactic was to make the nuclear technology outdated. 

Russia’s security council chief, Nicolai Patrushev visited Tehran on Tuesday. He met his Iranian counterpart Saeed Jalili. He put his so-called ‘step-by-step’ proposal to stall Iran’s nuclear program. The proposal calls Tehran to freeze its nuclear program for which it will be rewarded by gradual lifting of the sanctions – which have long been failed.

Russia along with its buddies-in-crime, the other Puppets5+1 countries which are known for their double standards in almost every international conflict involving Muslim nation-states. They all know that the Zionist entity has 240-400 nuclear bombs and it continuosly refuses acess to the nuclear watchdog, IAEA, to inspect Jewish nuclear facilities – but Russia like the other ZOGs, is only affraid of Tehran’s nuclear program.

Dr. Ahmadinejad in his recent interview with Russian TV exposed western lie that Iran is seeking to develop its nuclear arsenal. He repeated Tehran’s views by saying:“We do not want nuclear weapons for a few reasons. This weapon is inhumane. Because of our faith, we are against it. Our religion says it is prohibited, and we are religious people,” Mahmud Ahmadinejad explained. “Nuclear weapons have no capabilities today. If any country tries to build a nuclear bomb, in fact, they waste their money on resources and, secondly, they create a big danger to themselves.”

On June 8, 2011 – James Lewis wrote in Jewish ‘American Thinker’ that Zionist-front, RAND Corp., had predicted in its latest reoprt that Tehran would have enough nuclear material for its first bomb in about 8 weeks! If that information came from Israeli Mossad – then what the heck Nicolai Patrushev is doing in Tehran?

Rep. Ron Paul, a candidate for 1012 Presidential election – In his address at the GOP Presidential debate in Ames, Iowa, on August 11, 2011 said: “Iran does not have an air force that can come here. They can’t even make enough gasoline for themselves…”

Former head of IAEA, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradie, said early this year: “I don’t believe Iran is a clear and present danger. All I see is the hype about the threat posed by Iran”.

The Pulitzer-Prize winning Jewish journalist, Seymour Hersh, in his article, Iran And The Bomb draws an apt historical analogy to prove the likely failure of the U.S. led international sanctions regime against Iran. He points to fifty years of American sanctions imposed on Castro after he took power in 1959.  Just as these policies led to no significant change in the Communist regimes policies and certainly did not topple it; so we can assume the punitive sanctions on Iran will have similarly minimal effect. All sanctions do is allow Obama to save face by claiming he’s doing something about the supposed problem.  This covers his right flank from attack by pro-Israel and Republican forces looking to shrey, as conservatives did in 1949 (“who lost China”), when Iran gets a bomb: “who lost (a WMD-less) Iran?”

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