Netanyahu fails to stop US-Iran nuclear agreement

SamIransend[1]On Tuesday, the five UN veto powers (US, UK, France, Russia and China) and Israeli German colony, signed an agreement with the Islamic Republic, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) after 12-year foot-dragging by the US and France under Israeli pressure, in Vienna. The said agreement will be presented to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), which will adopt a resolution in seven to 10 days making the JCPOA an official document.

The salient features of the JCPOA are as follows:

The UNSC sanctions against the Islamic Republic, including all economic and financial bans, will be lifted at once under a mutually agreed framework and through a new UN resolution.

None of the Iranian nuclear facilities will be dismantled or decommissioned.

Furthermore, nuclear research and development activities on all types of centrifuges, including advanced IR-6 and IR-8 machines, will continue.

The nuclear-related economic and financial restrictions imposed by the United States and the European Union (EU) targeting the Iranian banking, financial, oil, gas, petrochemical, trade, insurance and transport sectors will at once be annulled with the beginning of the implementation of the agreement.

The arms embargo imposed against the Islamic Republic will be annulled and replaced with certain restrictions, which themselves will be entirely removed after a period of five years.

Additionally, tens of billions of dollars in Iranian revenue frozen in foreign banks will be unblocked.

Both the US secretary of state John Kerry (a Crypto Jew), and Iranian foreign minister Dr. Javad Zarif have claimed a ‘victory’ for their respective nations.

Steve Lendman, American Jewish writer and a radio talk-show host claimed on July 14 that Tehran will keep its ends of the agreement but the US has a long history of misinterpreting its agreement to serve its imperial designs. Barack Obama has already started the process of misinterpretation in his speech at the White House while announcing the signing of the agreement. Watch below.

Personally, I like to keep my fingers crossed as Israel through its powerful Jewish lobby groups will surely get the agreement rejected in the US Congress. Once it happens, Barack Obama would have two choices; either use his veto over Congress or fall on his African Christian knees in front of Netanyahu and veto it at the UNSC.

Robert Parry, an American investigative journalist wrote on July 14 that the agreement between P5+1 and Iran is a rebuke to Netanyahu’s warmongering. However he warned that Netanyahu is not known for taking a defeat to stop his evil-doing. He wields more sway with US congress and the mainstream media, which parrots his lies.

As the agreement contains most of Iran’s Red Line, Netanyahu has called it “A license for Iran to kill.” On July 8, the ‘Spooky Jew’ wrote on his Twitter account: “Iran’s increasing aggression is more dangerous than that of ISIS, and the true goal of this aggression is to take over the world.”

Unfortunately, Iran’s military has nothing to celebrate. The conventional arms embargo on Iran essentially stays for another five year – making Iranian forces difficult to defend its nation from its regional enemies. It’s absurd considering Iran’s enemies, the Zionist entity, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Qatar are free to buy tens of billions of dollars worth sophisticated armament from the US, UK, France, Germany and Russia.

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2 responses to “Netanyahu fails to stop US-Iran nuclear agreement

  1. To this deal, I have one question: As it seems, Iran has accepted the deal not requesting that existing nukes in the neighborhood (Israeli nukes) be taken away How come? After all, the idea behind the deal is to keep the ME free of nukes.

    • The idea behind the P5+1 deal is to keep Israel’s monopoly over NUKES in the region.

      The 120-nation-strong Non-Aligned Movement NAM), currently headed by Iran, have been calling for a nuclear weapon-free zone (NWFZ) in the Middle East for years. Washington still formally agrees, but insists that Israel be exempted—and has given no hint of allowing such provisions to apply to itself. “The time is not yet ripe for creating the zone,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stated at the NPT conference in 2010, while Washington insisted that no proposal can be accepted that calls for Israel’s nuclear program to be placed under the auspices of the IAEA or that calls on signers of the NPT, specifically Washington, to release information about “Israeli nuclear facilities and activities, including information pertaining to previous nuclear transfers to Israel.”

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