“Iran seeks to conquer the Middle East, it threatens Europe, it threatens the West, it threatens the world. And it offers provocation after provocation,” claimed Iranophobic Netanyahu.
Netanyahu called for the so-called “responsible nations” to follow the lead of the US president Trump administration, which last week imposed new sanctions on Iran in response to Iran’s latest ballistic missile test.
Trump said on Sunday that Iran is “the number one terrorist state”. His Defense Secretary Gen. James Mattis also on Saturday called Iran the world’s “biggest state sponsor of terrorism”. Earlier, his national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn “put Iran on notice” over its latest ballistic missile test and its continued support for Hizbullah and Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
On Monday, the Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov debunked White House lies by saying: “We don’t not agree with a claim by the United States that Iran supports terrorism.”
On February 7, while addressing a group of over 100 senior military commanders, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei thanked Donald Trump for exposing the “evil nature of his administration”.
“No enemy can paralyze the Iranian nation,” said the Leader.
It’s Netanyahu’s usual ploy to divert world’s attention from May’s warning that Israel’s non-stop expansion of illegal Jewish settlement are destroying any chance of peace between Israel and Palestinian.
Many political analyst believe that Trump administration’s anti-Iran and anti-Muslim actions were to please Benjamin Netanyahu who he scheduled to land at the White House on February 15.
The wars, conflicts and chaos the world has witnessed during the last two centuries, didn’t just happened accidentally. They’re documented in The Protocols of Zion, most probably authored by Baron Meyer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812).
The notorious Project for a New American Century (PNAC) was created by two Zionist Jews, William Kristol, the chief of staff to vice-president Dan Quayle with Greek Jewish family roots, and Robert Kagan, a senior staffer at the CFR and Brookings Institute. The PNAC prepared a document which laid out plan for Benjamin Netanyahu during his premiership how to destabilize, destroy, and bring pro-Israel regime changes in the Middle East with the help of the United States.
The Yinon Plan is the blue print for Theodor Herzl’s dream of the Greater Israel. It’s the brainchild of Oded Yinon, an Israeli military strategist. It’s first published in 1982 in the winter issue of Kivunim, a Hebrew journal. It called for the rejection of Camp David peace accord. Yinon insisted that Arab states must be destroyed by using wars and exploiting internal religious and ethnic tensions. “Lebanon’s total dissolution into five mini-states serves as a precedent for the entire Arab world including Egypt, Syria, Iraq, and the Arabian Peninsula,” he wrote.
Donald Trump who is scheduled to visit London on February 20 on Theresa May’s invitation – has been barred to address the British House of Commons (parliament) by its Jewish Speaker John Simon Bercow.
And finally, a few words from Czech-born Andre Vltchek, an American philosopher, author, filmmaker, and a revolutionary journalist, who has visited Iran on several occasions. On February 5, 2017, he penned an article, entitled, “38 years after the Revolution, Iran inspired the world by showing pride and dignity.”
“Iran is now proudly standing shoulder to shoulder with those countries that have decisively rejected Western dictate. It became inseparable part of the mighty anti-imperialist alliance, which includes such nations as Russia, China, Venezuela, Cuba, South Africa and Syria. In modern history it never attacked, never invaded any other country, and chances are that it never will. However, in exchange for its non-aggressive policy it demands respect and equal treatment, and naturally the safety and security for its people. It is now very clear that the West is not willing to fulfill any of the basic and reasonable demands of most of the international community. Instead of working for world peace, it antagonizes, demonizes and provokes all countries that are unwilling to give up their independence: from Russia to China,” he wrote on February 5, 2017.
Andre Vltchek though born into a Christian family, is very critical of modern Christianity.