Only two weeks in the White House, the Jewish Messiah has already threatened China, Iran, Syria, North Korea, and Pakistan in addition to banning visa to seven Muslim majority states which had been on Israel’s hit list for decades.
On Friday, Washington hit Tehran with new sanctions over its support for Hamas, Hizbullah and its latest ballistic missile test.
Trump’s Iranophobia (watch a video below) has reached Netanyahu level. For example, on February 3, former Norwegian prime minister Kjell Magne Bondevik was interrogated for one hour at Washington airport over an Iranian visa in his diplomatic passport. Bondevik, the head of human rights organisation Oslo Centre, arrived to attend a yearly event in Washington DC, known as the National Prayer Breakfast which Donald Trump also attended.
“It seems that if the name of Iran or other undesired countries appears, you stick out. It’s a totally unjustified suspicion. I think it was pretty provocative,” Bondevik told reporters.
On February 4, Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey, wrote an Opinion post at Russian Pravda, saying that we already have saber-rattling against Iran for no legitimate reason whatsoever, we have the new US envoy at the UNO, Nikki Haley, showing she is as bad as, or worse than Samantha Power and we have chief poodle the UK mouthing against Russia again.
Bancroft-Hinchey said that Iran’s ballistic missile test didn’t violate the country’s nuclear agreement with the so-called P5+1 world powers. “The missile was Iranian, it belonged to Iran, and there is nothing in the agreement signed with Iran over the nuclear program that prohibits Iran from testing its missiles. What Iran does in its own territory with its own equipment is Iran’s affair, not the United States’. It would be good for the new administration to realize that it was elected by just under half of the electorate of the USA, and was elected to govern the USA, nowhere else. So where Washington’s rights begin and end is at the frontiers of the United States of America, and the second it puts one Goddam foot outside them and starts bullying sovereign nations, it becomes an imperialist power spreading international terrorism,” he said.
Canadian war reporter and author, Eric Margolis, wrote on January 27, 2017: “One wishes Trump would stop for a moment and reflect. There are 11 million Syrian refugees in Syria and neighboring states. They are the result of a civil war engineered by Washington, Turkey, the Emirates and Saudi Arabia, with Israel, France and Britain playing a supporting role. Western money, arms and supplies have fuelled the six-year old conflict whose aim was to overthrow Syria’s Assad government because he is an ally of Iran.”