On December 11, 2016, during a meeting with an Iraqi delegation lead by Hujjatul-Islam Ammar Al-Hakim, the Head of Iraq’s Shiite National Alliance, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei advised them never to trust American leaders because they consider an independent Iraq a threat to the Zionist entity and the US interests in the region.
“Don’t trust the Americans at all; the Americans are always opposed to the mightiness of the Islamic countries, including Iraq, and one shouldn’t be fooled by their hypocrisy and smiles,” the Leader said.
The Leader underlined that despite its claims, the US has never sought to uproot the ISIS/ISIL terrorism and has even tried to keep some groups of terrorists for its future goals.
“Now, in Mosul and Syria, the Americans are not willing to fully defeat the foreign terrorists,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.
The US defense secretary Ashton Carter, Israeli poodle, announced in Bahrain on the weekend that 200 more US soldiers were being sent to Syria to protect interests of US allies. Pentagon already has 300 soldiers in Syria.
Earlier, the Leader advised the Iranian officials not to trust the US and its western allies for their bad record in complying with their commitments.
“Both the US government and Congress have proven their animosity toward Iranian nation and government,” Ayatollah Khamenei said in a meeting with Iranian university students and academicians in Tehran in July, 2016.
On December 6, 2016, Iranian president Dr. Hassan Rouhani during his speech at University of Tehran called the United States, an enemy state.
The serial liar and criminal Benjamin Netanyahu and his western cohorts know that if Cuba without much natural resources could withstand over 60-year western sanctions, Iran with world’s largest oil/gas natural resources cannot be brought on its knees. What the zioNazis want is the US to start a new Israel’s proxy war in the Middle East to bring a violent regime change in Iran as it did in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and has been trying in Syria for the last five years.
“Regardless of what rhetoric the US administration chooses to hide behind, the underlying characteristic that continues to define America’s Iran policy is regime change. It is not the policy that is subject to debate in Washington, D.C., but rather the means of implementing that policy. The ongoing tension over Iran’s nuclear program is less derived from any real threat such a program poses (it is, in reality, one of the least significant issues facing the United States today in terms of national security concern), but rather the utility that such an artificial crisis serves in facilitating the larger objective: regime change,” said Scott Ritter, former UN chief weapon inspector in 2010. The Jewish Lobby made him pay for such statement in US jail on sexual abuse charges (watch a video below).