On December 7, 2016, the zioNazi American Jewish leaders held a foreign policy panel at the Capitol Hill for the incoming Donald Trump administration on Iran.
The panel was chaired by Jew Rep. Illeana Ros-Lehtinen and the other members included former Jew senator Joe Lieberman, chairman United Against Nuclear Iran, Jew Mark Dubowitz, executive director of George Soro’s Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, and last but not the least Matthew Mclnnis, Jew ‘scholar’ at Israeli advocacy group, American Enterprise Institute.
The anti-Iran event was sponsored by the United Against Nuclear Iran, and the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) whose executive directors include such Muslim hating zioNazis like William Kristol, Robert Kagan, Dan Senor, and Eric Edelman.
The panel recommended that Trump administration should sink Iranian ships at international waters, and target Iranian soldiers and Hizbullah fighters in Syria and Iraq who pose ‘existential threat’ to America’s only trusted ally in the region – the Zionist entity.
Joe Lieberman advised Donald Trump “to make it explicit with the power he has as commander-in-chief that if Iranian challenge some of our naval assets, we will fire on them. We have got to be that explicit.”
Lieberman also appeared at a Capitol Hill event this week organized by the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), a shadowy group formerly designated as a terrorist organization by the State Department. They have a long history of using violence and terror both against their own members as well as when they were serving as a military force for Saddam Hussein in Iraq. At the UANI event, Lieberman said the goal of increased pressure on Iran would be to elicit concessions from Iran by causing them to “begin to wonder about the survival of the regime.”
Mark Dobowitz whined: “Remember, right now Syria is a target-rich environment if you want to go after the Revolutionary Guard and Hizbullah, and that’s not just a hypothetical possibility, the Israelis are doing it today…The Israelis are enforcing their red lines, they’re using military force against the Iranians. I think the United States of America could do the same.”
Military confrontation was only part of the strategy put forward at the UANI briefing. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) joined others in calling for an escalation of sanctions under the Trump administration. She advocated for expanding non-nuclear related sanctions on Iran – including those targeting entire sectors of the Iranian economy – “and perhaps even rolling back or tightening provisions of the JCPOA.” Dubowitz, meanwhile, called to “use our ability under the deal, particularly in non-nuclear sanctions, which the administration itself has admitted are not inconsistent with the JCPOA, to begin to address Iran’s malign activities outside the deal and inside the deal.” Contrary to his assertions, however, the JCPOA prohibits the US from re-imposing sanctions lifted under the nuclear deal under a separate pretext, and the Obama administration has threatened to veto legislation that does so in order to protect the deal.
Ros-Lehtinen, whose former Chief-of-Staff Walid Phares is leading the Trump Transition Team’s approach to Iran, forecasted “a flurry of Iran-related activities early in the New Year” and looked forward to the “opportunity to undo a lot of the problematic concessions that we have seen over the last few years,” adding an enthusiastic I can’t wait!
Walid Phares is Lebanese Maronite Christian whose family members were part of Israel’s proxy militia South Lebanese Army (SLA) also known as Christian Phalangists, which along with Jewish army fought against Hizbullah for nearly 20 years but were defeated in 2000 when the Jewish army deserted SLA by withdrawing from South Lebanon. SLA also committed the Sabra and Shatila massacre under the directions of Gen. Ariel Sharon.
Joe Lieberman and his fellow zioNazi lawmakers have been calling for the murder of millions of Iranian for over a decade now.
The zio-Nazis at thepowerful Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has advised Donald Trump: “The next president will need to monitor Iran’s regional ties. Iran is influential with the Iraqi government as well as with some of the Shia militias Baghdad relies on to roll back the Islamic State. At the same time, Iran props up the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad and supports Lebanon’s Hizbullah, its militant proxy in the region. In this context, many policymakers say the United States will need to shore up its primary Middle Eastern allies, particularly Israel and Saudi Arabia, providing them with the latest military weapons, intelligence, and other forms of support.”