CIA director: Iran nuclear agreement is good for Israel

On November 30, 2016, the outgoing director of CIA, John Brennan, a Christian Ziomist, said it would be an act of height of folly for the US President-elect Donald Trump to scrap the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran because it would make Iran and other regional countries to acquire nuclear weapons.

It could lead to a weapons program inside of Iran that could lead other states in the region to embark on their own programs. So I think it would be the height of folly if the next administration were to tear up that agreement,” Brennan said in an interview with the BBC aired on Wednesday morning.

Brennan being and Arabist, shouldn’t follow Israeli Memri‘s lies. In 2005, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei in a fatwa (religious command), saying: “The Islamic Republic, logically, religiously and theoretically, considers the possession of nuclear weapons a grave sin and believes the proliferation of such weapons is senseless, destructive and dangerous,” Juan Cole, April 22, 2012.

On November 18, 2016, the Jerusalem Post reported Maj.Gen. Yaakov Amidror, former security adviser to Netanyahu saying that Netanyahu would advise Donald Trump not to scrap the nuclear deal with Iran – but make sure Iran doesn’t become a regional superpower.

Several political experts agree that the Zionist entity benefits the most from the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) signed on July 14, 2015 between the US, UK, France, Russia, China, Germany and the Islamic Republic (here, here).

JCPOA imposes more restrictions on Iranian enrichment capabilities and stockpiles, and on inspection and monitoring of compliances, than has been imposed on any country in the course of the entire nuclear era. Its regional justifications, aside from Israeli security, emphasizes the avoidance of a nuclear race in the Middle East involving Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt. And left out of consideration altogether was the nuclear weapon arsenal of Israel acquired with Western complicity and by covert means, as well as through operations outside the NPT, which is used to tie Iran’s hands and feet,” wrote American Jewish professor Richard Falk, July 26, 2015.

Maybe Falk didn’t know that Saudi Arabia bought nukes from Israel, and Turkey is home to NATO’s 87 nuclear bombs. Egypt, on the other hand, has no nuclear technology and no money to afford nuclear research or buy it from Israel or Pakistan. Israel has a stockpile of 400 nuclear bombs which it acquired with the help of the US, France and Britain, and by stealing bomb-grade uranium from NUMEC facility.

Zeeshan Aleem, political staff writer at the, founded by Zionist Jew journalist Ezra Kleinby in 2014, claimed on November 18, 2016 that if Trump decided to walk out of the JCPOA – it would be a victory for Iran.

 In response to Donald Trump’s threats, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei said that if they tear it we will burn it.

On November 29, Dr. Philip Giraldi, former CIA official penned an article, entitled, Iranphobes on Parade.

One of the most discouraging aspects of the filling out of the Donald Trump cabinet is the array of Iran haters that seem to be lining up in the foreign policy and national security areas. Trump has been personally advocating sensible policies relating to Russia and Syria but he appears to have gone off the rails regarding Iran, which just might be attributed to those who are giving him advice. A reversion to the relationship that prevailed prior to last year’s signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPA) between Iran and the so-called P5+1 consisting of the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain, and the European Union would be undesirable, to say the least, but that appears to be what is likely to develop. Or it could be even worse, finding bilateral support for “action” as a number of policy advisors in the presidential campaign from both parties were endorsing something like war against the Persians,” says Giraldi.

Giraldi then warned Trump that “change will come to Iran if the United States and its European allies encourage more rather than less non-threatening contact. It will not come at the point of a bayonet as Flynn, Pompeo and Mattis appear to be promoting.”

However, some of the “changes” Giraldi is hoping for such as a pro-Israel regime change, economy controlled by the Wall Street, bikini, same sex marriage, gay parade, and other Western values are not going to return to Iran. Even don’t expect the re-opening of the US embassy in Tehran as long as Ayatullah Khamenei is alive.


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