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Now Is The Time To Strike At Iran

Iran’s increasing international isolation combined with recent airstrikes targeting Iranian bases in Syria, the growing frustration of the Iranian people over economic woes, and the Mossad’s “astonishing” seizure of Tehran’s secret nuclear archive have worked to demonstrate that the Iranian regime “is not that all powerful after all,” contended this reporter in a radio broadcast.

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Speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” this host further opined that these events could set the stage for a successful revolution to topple the Shiite fundamentalist Iranian regime.

Here is a partial transcript:

“Let’s add up all of these problems. The regime is not doing very well. The [Iranian] economy is doing poorly. The Iranian people sick at the fact that the regime is building up terrorists and building up their bases in Syria instead of building up the Iranian economy. Then you have the Iranian people watching as Israel strikes Iran in Syria repeatedly and Iran can’t do anything about it. Now add to all of that the Mossad penetrating the Iran Revolutionary Guards, getting their nuclear secrets.

“The Iranians know that Israel and the United States are coordinating heavily. The Iranians know that the Sunni Arab regimes in the Middle East – I am talking about the Saudis, the UAE, and others – are totally on the side of Israel when it comes to isolating Iran. Iran has very few friends. Even the Russians have to be selling the Iranians out, by the way. I mean, come on, does anybody believe that Israel is carrying out these airstrikes in Syria and Russia hasn’t given a wink, wink, nod, nod to let them get away with it? I don’t have any information to that effect, but you have to be naive to believe otherwise.

“So what I say as I sign off right now until next week is…the Mossad, Israel, the international community just exposed the Iranian regime as weak. And now the time is ripe to strike. The time is ripe for a revolution in Iran. And I do hope that the Iranian people who want freedom and democracy stand up.”

 

Ploughshares Fun Sends Warning To
Trump About Leaving Iran Deal

A George Soros-financed organization that was previously identified by the Obama White House as central in helping to market the Iran nuclear deal to the news media has warned Donald Trump on Twitter that he will “own the consequences” of bolting the international nuclear accord.

The Ploughshares Fund, with which former secretary of state John Kerry has been closely associated, sent out the following tweet warning Trump about “consequences” “if and when he violates the international agreement.”

The Fund, however, did not mention that Iran is already accused of violating the agreement by signing the deal under false pretenses. During an address last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled a cache of secret files he says were obtained from inside a hidden Iranian site and clearly demonstrate that Tehran maintained a secret nuclear weapons program despite declarations to the contrary.

On Monday, Iran confirmed reports that Kerry met in New York with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to discuss ways of saving the Iran nuclear deal.

Kerry last June keynoted a Ploughshares confab in San Francisco where he staunchly defended the Iran deal. At the event, Kerry also implied that then-National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster was the best bet at keeping the nuclear agreement alive, according to a Ploughshares Fund description of the June 5, 2017 event.

McMaster was replaced with former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton in March.

From September 2006 to February 2017, McMaster is listed as a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), where he served as consulting senior fellow. Ploughshares is a donor to IISS, as this reporter previously exposed.

Besides funding from Soros’s Open Society Institute, Ploughshares is also financed by the Tides Foundation, which is one of the largest funders of the radical left. Tides is funded by Soros.

Ploughshares in turn funds a who’s-who of the radical left, including the pro-Palestinian J Street; the radical, anti-Trump Indivisible Project; the far-left Institute for Policy Studies, which calls for massive slashes in the U.S. defense budget; and the International Crisis Group, a small organization that boasts George Soros and his son Alexander on its board.

Hold Gillibrand Accountable, Says Republican Senatorial Candidate Lawmakers who supported the Iran deal “should be held accountable,” stated New York Republican Senatorial Candidate Chele Farley.

“I think the Iranian nuclear deal never should have been signed,” Farley told this reporter in an interview here in Jerusalem. “It simply allows Iran in the relatively near future to have nuclear weapons, which are not only pointed at Israel they are also pointed at New York.”

“I just came from the Yad Vashem Memorial Museum and ‘Never Again’ is now,” said Farley.

She contended that anyone who supported the Iran nuclear deal “should be held accountable.” Notably, her opponent, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY), voted for the deal while calling it “imperfect.”

 

Hold Gillibrand Accountable,
Says Republican Senatorial Candidate

Lawmakers who supported the Iran deal “should be held accountable,” stated New York Republican Senatorial Candidate Chele Farley.

“I think the Iranian nuclear deal never should have been signed,” Farley told this reporter in an interview here in Jerusalem. “It simply allows Iran in the relatively near future to have nuclear weapons, which are not only pointed at Israel they are also pointed at New York.”

“I just came from the Yad Vashem Memorial Museum and ‘Never Again’ is now,” said Farley.

She contended that anyone who supported the Iran nuclear deal “should be held accountable.” Notably, her opponent, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY), voted for the deal while calling it “imperfect.”

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