Not only has Iran been granted the means and the freedom to develop nuclear weapons largely unfettered, recently released documents reveal that the United States and other European powers have committed themselves to actively teaching Iran to defend their nuclear program from sabotage and attack.
Per the agreement, Iran is to receive,
“training courses and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to prevent, protect and respond to nuclear security threats to nuclear facilities and systems as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems”
Iran is to be rendered invincible. Why?
Why would the United States, Germany and the European powers facilitate and finance the ascension of Iran, not just as a regional hegemon, but a global power should it, as it is expected to do, come to dominate the ‘Black Gold Triangle’ and thus control an estimated 56% of the world’s energy supply as well as key shipping lanes to the Gulf?
Why would the Western powers permit Iran to obtain the means to attack Europe and the United States with intercontinental ballistic missiles, with the likelihood of eventually holding a nuclear payload?
Aren’t these the questions we should be asking?
Is this really, as the Right continually asserts, a subversive Leftist project on the part of President Obama secretly a Marxist ideologue? Hardly.
Iran’s murderous theocrats executed Iranian Leftist dissidents by the thousands.
Iran routinely imprisons and tortures Iranian Labor leaders, and union activists among others. Hardly evidence of a regime that sympathizes with the proletariat.
No. This is something very different indeed.
“our common Aryan roots”
Iran regards itself as the rightful heirs to the German – Aryan legacy. They’re quite open about it. The Germans encouraged it.
In 1986, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the mullah who served as President of the Islamic Republic, wrote a letter to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl emphasizing “our common Aryan roots.” Kohl’s Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel liked to speak of “our joint heritage and a 100-year alliance”.
In 2009 in a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claimed that the Irano-German “alliance, broken by the Allies in 1941″ should be revived. Remarkably, German leaders did not bother to disown Hitler and distance themselves from the murderous myths spun by Nazis.
Iran’s murderous theocrats hold state run conferences that feature prominent Fascist anti-Semites and racists from Europe, the United States and beyond — including the likes of David Duke of the Klu Klux Klan — for the express purpose of denying the Holocaust, and thus redeeming the German – Nazi legacy.
Not surprisingly, German war criminals such as Otto Ernst Remer, known as Hitler’s body guard, have long lauded the murderous Islamic regime of Iran.
“The Islamic system of Persia [Iran],” Remer explained, “is the only legitimate form of government of the muslim world…”
“legitimate”? Perhaps the highly decorated Nazi officer was alluding to the legitimacy of their “common Aryan roots” — in acknowledgement of Iran’s implicit racial superiority over the Arabs.
As has been reported, Germany stands to benefit handsomely from the deal with Iran.
All of which begs the question: Why was Germany given a place at the table at these negotiations, effectively on behalf of a nation that believes it — GERMANY — innocent of attempting to exterminate the Jewish people, even as it — IRAN — is openly committed to doing the same?
Why was Germany — a people whose earlier global ambitions resulted in the death of over 50 million people worldwide –granted the status of “+1” to the Security Council?
What is the real nature of the relationship between these two kindred Aryan nations so deeply enamored with one another? And what are the implications once Iran’s (Germany’s?) ambitions are realized — once Iran obtains it’s nuclear capacity and assumes the mantle of “IRANPEC” — or rather ARYANPEC?
Already the German Foreign Minster Frank-Walter Steinmeier has publicly scolded Israel for its opposition to the deal — a deal that threatens the lives, not just of all Israelis, but Jews the world over with extermination.
At what point will those who suppose themselves on the Left – the Progressive, Academic, Activist community in the West wake up to what is clearly not a Leftist – Liberal agenda, but an agenda that displays all the characteristics of being a Fascist one directly aligned with those they claim to oppose?
Or have they, too, been a party to the project — in their pretty pink headscarves?
When considering the likes of Jodie Evans, Medea Benjamin, Alice Walker, Michel Chossodovsky, Noam Chomsky, Cornel West, Angela Davis and so many other well financed “leaders” embedded in the popular mainstream activist community in the states, a pointed observation recently voiced by Pat Condell in one of his videos comes to mind.
“The joke is that you claim to operate from a moral position. In truth, you’re on the same moral level as wartime collaborators. You’re doing real damage, and you will not be forgiven.”
U.S. Will Teach Iran
to Thwart Nuke Threats
Iran: ‘All our goals materialized’ under deal
Hassan Rouhani / AP
BY: Adam Kredo
July 14, 2015 4:20 pm
The United States and other world powers will help to teach Iran how to thwart and detect threats to its nuclear program, according to the parameters of a deal reached Tuesday to rein in Iran’s contested nuclear program.
Under the terms of a deal that provides Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief, Iran and global powers will cooperate to help teach Iran how to manage its nuclear infrastructure, which will largely remain in tact under the deal.
Senior Iranian officials, including the country’s president, celebrated the deal as a victory for the country. Iran’s state controlled media quoted President Hassan Rouhani as saying that the deal will “remove all sanctions while maintaining [Tehran’s] nuclear program and nuclear progress.”
In what is being viewed as a new development, European countries and potentially the United States agreed to “cooperate with Iran on the implementation of nuclear security guidelines and best practices,” according to a copy of the agreement furnished by both the Russians and Iranians.
This will include “training courses and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to prevent, protect and respond to nuclear security threats to nuclear facilities and systems as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems,” according to the text.
Additional “training and workshops” would work to “strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against, and respond to nuclear security threats, including sabotage, as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems,” the text states.
The language was viewed as disturbing by analysts and experts who said such cooperation could help protect Iran against efforts by the Israelis or other countries to sabotage the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program in the future.
“The United States and its partners have just become the international protectors of the Iranian nuclear program. Instead of rolling back the Iranian nuclear program, we’re now legally obligated to help the Iranians build it up and protect it,” said one Western source present in Vienna and who is apprised of the details of the deal.
In addition to teaching Iran how to protect its nuclear infrastructure, world powers pledge in the agreement to help Iran construct next-generation centrifuges—the machines that enrich uranium—at its once-secret nuclear site in Fordow, where Iran has been suspected of housing a weapons program.
Fordow is an underground and fortified military site that is largely immune from air strikes by those seeking to eradicate Iran’s nuclear infrastructure.
While Iran will not be permitted to enrich nuclear material with these centrifuges, the know-how gained from operating these advanced centrifuges could help it advance clandestine nuclear weapons work, experts say.
The Obama administration had once vowed that Iran would have to fully dismantle its centrifuge program. However, this demand was walked back as the Iranians demanded greater concessions over the past months.
“Now the international community will be actively sponsoring the development of Iranian nuclear
technology,” Omri Ceren, an analyst from the Israel Project (TIP), wrote in an email to reporters.
“And since the work will be overseen by a great power, it will be off-limits to the kind of sabotage that has kept the Iranian nuclear program in check until now.”
Meanwhile, Iranian President Rouhani celebrated the deal in a speech that detailed how the country received everything it was looking for from the United States.
This includes the full rollback on sanctions on Iran’s financial, energy, and banking sectors, as well as others, and the suspension of international resolutions banning the sale of arms to Tehran.
Iran will also move forward with work on its advanced centrifuges and also “continue its nuclear research and development,” according to Rouhani’s comments. “All our goals materialized under the deal,” Rouhani said, according to Fars.
Iran’s nuclear reactors in Arak—which could provide with a second pathway to a nuclear weapon—also will continue to operate under the deal. It will continue in conjunction with the nuclear enrichment plants located in Fordow and Natanz
Rouhani went on to say that Iran “will scrutinize implementation of the agreement” to ensure that the United States and other world powers uphold their end of the bargain