UNSC approves Israel’s “crippling sanctions”

So the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Wednesday, blessed the Zionist-regime’s call for the fourth round of so-called “crippling sanctions” against the Islamic Republic. The term “crippling sanction” was coined by the Zionist entity’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu after meeting with German Zionist Chancellor Angela Markel in August 2009. The UNSC voted 12 to 2 with Turkey and Brazil voting against the resolution and Lebanon abstaining.

After the UNSC vote, Barack Obama delivered his Master’s Voice: “It sent unmistakable message ….. Actions do have consequences and today the Iranian government will face some of the consequences”. Interestingly, it’s the same Barack Obama, who was called “anti-Semite” by no other than Netanyahu’s brother-in-law Hagai Ben Artzi. But then, a Christian has sell his soul to the Anti-Christ to stay in the White House or in the Congress for that matter. Rand Paul whose father, Rep. Ron Pual, who has been very critical of US-Israel relations – has gone against his own father to become a Republican Senate candidate in Kentucky: “Israel and the United States have a special relationship. With our shared history and common values, the American and Israeli people have formed a bond that unites us across the many thousands of miles between our countries and calls us to work together towards peace and prosperity for our countries.”

The immediate slap came from Iranian President Dr. Ahmadinejad, who said that the UNSC resolution was “valueless” and should be thrown “in the waste bin like a used handkerchief.” He went on to say: “Sanctions are falling on us from the left and the right. For us they are the same as pesky flies…We have patience and we will endure throughout all of this.”

While Hillary Clinton tried to assure her bosses at AIPAC that the latest sanctions are the toughest ones – The Israeli Hasbara media outlets in the US were disappointed with the ‘watered-down’ contents of the 10-pages-long resolution, which is full of old lies against Islamic Republic and looks so ridiculous. While it extends arms embargo against Islamic Republic, it also put travel ban on head of Iranian nuclear center, Javad Rahiqi plus his forein assest being frozen! The resolution ran short of Israel’s earlier successes at the UNSC – 15-0 and 15-14 votes (no country had voted against the resolutions in the past), plus Lebanon’s pro-US prime minister’s refusal to sit on Israel’s lap even after the last minute call from Hillary Clinton to Lebanese President Gen. Michel Suleiman (a Christian). Well done Hizbullah!

Professor James M. Lindsay, former director of National Security Council and member of powerful Jewish think tank, CFR, wrote in an article titled ‘Security Council’s Muddled Message to Iran’ that the sanctions are “unlikely to produce the results he (Obama/Bibi) most wants …. And the high-stakes game of chicken over Iran’s nuclear program will continue”.

History of Cold War between US-USSR tells us that real peace can only be realized between two equally armed powers, who are ready to defend themselves by all means and willing to compromise based on their national interests. For several decades, both the US and USSR, had stockpiles of nuclear bombs but they never attacked each other. India-Pakistan is the latest case. India which attacked Pakistan three times during the first 30 year of its existence – has kept peace with its ‘enemy one’ for the last 30 years since both countries acquired nuclear arsenals. Thus, Islamic Republic needs to have the nuclear option (deterrent) to ward-off US-Israel attack in the future. North Korea is also the ‘proof’ of having a nuclear detterent.

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