IRAN IS A DEADLY THREAT AND LEFT FASCISTS TELL LIES ABOUT ITS NUCLEAR PROGRAMME

Iran youth performs hanging…why deal with this Fascist gang?

FASCISTS FROM THE FAKE LEFT ARE TELLING LIES ABOUT IRAN – THAT IT IS PEACEFUL ETC. WHAT LIES!

Follows are two reports. The first comes from earlier in the year and the second is bang up to date. There is no difference between the two. The Iranian regime keeps its activity and will keep its activity strictly secret.

 

ONE

Iran is failing to answer questions about its nuclear program just weeks before a deadline for a deal with world powers, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says in a new report seen Friday by the BBC.

 

The IAEA says Iran is complying with an agreement to curb uranium enrichment, but also notes it has made no progress in its investigation into possible military dimensions of the program.

 

Iran had promised to further co-operate with the IAEA following the election of President Hassan Rouhani last year in a bid to ease Western sanctions.

 

The IAEA conducts regular inspections of Iran’s nuclear facilities but it also wants the country’s government to address allegations of suspected covert activity.

 

In May, Iran agreed to provide information on two out of around a dozen areas of suspicion by August, but the IAEA says it is yet to receive answers.

 

“Iran has not provided any explanations that enable the agency to clarify the outstanding practical measures,” the report says, according to the BBC.

 

Just a week ago, IAEA director Yukiya Amano revealed that Iran is refusing to answer questions about whether or not its nuclear program has included activities to build a nuclear bomb.

 

Amano said at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC that his agency is waiting for information on “possible military dimensions,” which Rouhani has promised to deliver – and never gotten around to doing.

 

“What is needed now is action,” said Amano, enumerating a list of around a dozen issues that Iran has refused to elaborate on for years.

 

“We cannot provide assurance that all material is for peaceful purposes,” admitted the IAEA head. “The international community still has its doubts – it still wants clarification. That inquiry process will depend on Iran’s level of cooperation.”

 

Amano’s comments, as well as the IAEA’s report, come ahead of weekend talks in Oman between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and former EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.

 

Iran and the six world powers have a deadline of November 24 to strike a landmark nuclear deal.

 

Months of intense negotiations, including between Kerry and Zarif in mid-October in Vienna, have made some progress but appear deadlocked on the key issues of uranium enrichment and the pace of any sanctions relief.

 

Iran, meanwhile, has been toughening its stance in recent weeks. Senior Iranian negotiator Abbas Araqchi recently said he sees no prospect for a deal unless the other side abandons its “illogical excessive demands”.

 

A senior Iranian official followed those comments by declaring that Iran will demand that all Western sanctions be lifted as part of a final deal, rejecting an American proposal of a gradual lifting of sanctions.

 

The size of Iran’s centrifuge inventory is a key sticking point in deal talks, with experts saying that the total centrifuge count is close to 10,000.

 

Iran, for its part, has drawn a “red line” at maintaining enough centrifuges to produce enough uranium for 38 A-bombs per year.

 

(Arutz Sheva’s North American desk is keeping you updated until the start of Shabbat in New York. The time posted automatically on all Arutz Sheva articles, however, is Israeli time.)

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/187184

 

TWO

NO DEAL AND ALL CALL FOR EXTENDING TALKS

 

The United States suggested to Iran on Sunday that it consider extending nuclear talks, The Associated Press (AP) reports.

 

Iran and six world powers are holding talks in Vienna in an attempt to reach a lasting agreement on Tehran’s disputed nuclear program before a deadline on Monday, but little progress has been made.

 

A senior U.S. official told AP that with the Monday evening cutoff date a little more than a day away, Secretary of State John Kerry proposed to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif that the two sides start discussing post-deadline talks.

 

At the same time, two Western diplomats said, negotiations were continuing with Iran on trying to bridge differences on reducing Tehran’s ability to make nuclear weapons to levels acceptable to Washington while giving the Islamic republic the relief it seeks from international sanctions over its atomic activities.

 

All three officials demanded anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the diplomatic twists and turns of talks that have been under a blanket of confidentiality since the sides started negotiating a comprehensive nuclear deal eight months ago.

 

The U.S. official said a number of options were under discussion.

 

“An extension is one of those options,” the official said. “It should come as no surprise that we will also engage in a discussion of the options with the Iranians at some point as well.”

 

As the clock ticked down, other foreign ministers from the six negotiating powers were converging on Vienna in a concerted effort to at least get an acceptable way to extend the talks even if the deal deadline is missed.

 

The foreign minister of Germany, Russia and France were already in Vienna by late Sunday. Britain’s foreign secretary was en route and China’s foreign minister was scheduled to arrive Monday.

 

The Islamic Republic hotly denies its nuclear program is meant to build a nuclear weapon, even though the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has revealed Iran is not abiding by the interim conditions in refusing to answer questions on the military aspects of its program.

 

Iran has been toughening its stance in recent weeks. Iran’s chief negotiator, Abbas Araqchi, recently said he sees no prospect for a deal unless the other side abandons its “illogical excessive demands”.

 

A senior Iranian official followed those comments by declaring that Iran will demand that all Western sanctions be lifted as part of a final deal, rejecting an American proposal of a gradual lifting of sanctions.

 

An Iranian official said earlier on Sunday that reaching a deal with the West over its nuclear program by tomorrow is “impossible”.

 

The official said the discussion “may soon have to shift from trying to reach an agreement to extending negotiations past tomorrow’s deadline for the end of this round of negotiations.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/187794

 

IS IT NOT CLEAR, IT IS TO US ON 4INTERNATIONAL, THAT DOING A “DEAL” WITH THE FASCIST REGIME OF IRAN IS IMPOSSIBLE? THEY HAVE GOT SO MANY MOUNTAINS IN WHICH THEY HAVE HIDDEN THEIR OPERATIONS. THEY EITHER HAVE THE BOMB ALREADY OR ARE IN A POSITION TO HAVE IT

 

COUNTRIES INVOLVED IN THESE TALKS

 

ORAN

GERMANY

US

RUSSIA

CHINA

FRANCE

BRITAIN

 

I mean Germany for goodness sake but all of these countries have a history of Antisemitism. The noose around the neck of the Jews once again!

 

What to do? There are many things but it becomes very difficult for an extremely divided and Knesset tied Israel to act AS IT MUST ACT in order to survive

STOP IRAN

 

4international publishes this remarkable essay which centres on Iran’s drive to the Nuclear Bomb and the way that this is being helped along by all the nations on earth with the exception of Israel. The analysis here by the essayist Joseph Zaalishvili is unanswerable. Facts layered upon facts.

He goes very deep. In the early paragraphs he says he does not understand the phenomenon, and then he writes like a Marxist economist when he suggests it may be the economic crisis in the capitalist system. He does not use the words “capitalist system” but what else can it be?

This is must reading for everybody. You must keep in mind and perhaps make some allowance for the fact that he does not understand anything about the history of the Russian Revolution.

Yet this gap in his knowledge on another level is unforgivable. In 1917 the Czarist state had collapsed, then the capitalist state under kerensky ran smack bang up against the interests of hundreds of millions when Kerensky refused to withdraw from the war (The First World War) and take other measures to alleviate the suffering of the millions of ordinary people.

In fact in one sense the Bolsheviks were URGED ON to take the power by the millions of workers, because they knew very well that a bloody counter revolution led by Kerensky was underway.

Another point hardly ever addressed is that the Russian Revolution saved the great swath of Jewry in Russia from Holocaust. Kerensky was joining forces with those old forces who were imbued with Antisemitism. It is not known either or is hidden that the White Russians were to go on to form the German Nazis and create the Nazi Holocaust. The Bolsheviks have never been given the credit. In fact that has been deliberately hidden because I have written about this on Israpundit and certain Jewish writers have deliberately ignored this information.

It is clear then that Joseph Zaalishvili has not studied any of this, or else he has studied it, knows very well and thus is ideologically driven against the truth. For example and proof of this many of his references are to Stalinism (he talks about the cruelty of Stalin but totally omits or obscures that the greatest enemy who Stalin had was Trotsky and that Stalin almost certainly poisoned linen) which as we all know is the actual “Gravedigger” of the Revolution.

 

{IMPORTANT ESSAY ON IRAN BEGINS HERE}

“There is a saying: time is money… But this expression has changed. Its meaning has changed. In the 21st century, the more accurate expression is that time is security.

I do not know why this is so. Maybe the global financial crisis that has destroyed the economies of many countries is to blame.

With each passing day Iran and the Islamic world come closer to developing nuclear weapons.

Is this so hard to see? Is it not clear that Iran’s nuclear program was not created for peaceful purposes?

Haven’t all the latest speeches by the President, religious leaders, the President of parliament and other leaders of the Islamic Republic confirmed this fact?

The fact that the Saudi king put Ahmadinejad in the place of honor when they met, and that Iranian officials have recently visited Russia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, and Syria — doesn’t all this matter more than what they say to President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton?

The Iranian Minister of Industries and Business, Mehdi Ghazanfari, during a meeting with the Iraqi Minister of Industry, Ahmed Nassir Dalli Al Karboli, stressed the importance of close ties between Iran and Baghdad in the field of economics and industry, and said that it was important to improve bilateral relations through joint investment.

Mehdi Ghazanfari announced Iran’s readiness to invest and implement infrastructure projects in Iraq, provide for the needs of that country, and supply the Iraqi market a variety of industrial and agricultural products.

Ahmed Nassir Dalli Al Karboli, in turn, said that Iran is a developed industrialized power, and called for greater cooperation in the field of mining.

He said that Iraq needs Iran’s experience in manufacturing and mining, and stressed the need to expand bilateral cooperation in the automotive industry and the creation of joint businesses.

The Iraqi minister pointed out that in Iraq the door for Iranian investors is always open.

Can anyone believe that the oil embargo and economic sanctions alone can stop Islamic supremacism? Unfortunately, I am not one of them.

How can we trust only sanctions, when the current U.S. administration cannot even convince its partners and allies to boycott the Islamic Republic of Iran?

Isn’t that reason enough? Is Iran a democratic state? Does it not infringe upon the rights of citizens? Is it threatened by anyone? Does it not pose a danger? And for whom? Does it not pose a threat to the world both militarily, politically and economically?

Again I remember the time when the world was suspicious of the Soviet Union. What distinguishes Iran from that country? Just the fact that in the Soviet Union there lived people of different faiths.

In the USSR, there was the KGB. In Iran there are the “Revolutionary Guards.”

In the Soviet Union one could get killed for dissent; in Iran, too.

The Soviet Union ruled by an aggressive anti-human ideology; Iran does, too. It is Islam.

In the USSR, people were forced to learn Lenin’s books; in Iran, the book of Muhammad.

The General Secretary of the Communist Party, Khrushchev, gave the world the Cuban Missile Crisis on October 14, 1962, and nearly caused a nuclear war. The Soviet Union supported the Arabs living in Palestine. Iran, too.

So where’s the difference?

Iran does the same things, but this time it’s much more serious. There are new technologies and more hate. The hatred that comes from the ideology of Islam. And America is not the same, either. Unfortunately.

Well, at that time, during the days of the Soviet Union, the Obama administration did not rule America. If it had, I would not be alive to write to you now. Yes, and many other millions would never have seen the sunlight.

A delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq Rowsch Nuri Shaways arrived August 14 on an official visit to Tehran.

The Deputy Prime Minister was accompanied by the Ministers of Industry, Trade, Energy and Finance, as well as by the heads of the central bank and customs administration of Iraq.

In a three-day visit, they discussed issues of economic relations between Iraq and Iran and opened a branch of the Iraqi bank in Iran.

Iran will aid the Iraqi reconstruction grid and establish the export electricity to Syria, ISNA reported on Thursday, with reference to the Iranian Minister of Energy, Majid Namdz.

Namdz made this statement during a meeting with Energy Minister Karim Aftanom of Iraq.

According to Namdz, Iraq does not have sufficient electrical capacity to transfer the necessary amount of energy to the country. Since Iraq is now experiencing some technical problems with electrical power, Iran will provide help. At the end of September Iran plans to provide the necessary equipment.

Iraq imports from Iran 1200 MW of electricity per day. In July, Iraq’s debt to Iran for electricity amounted to 500 million dollars.

In addition, through Iraq, Iran sells electricity to Syria and Lebanon.

“We will establish the supply of electricity from Iran to the Iraqi city of Basra,” said Namdz, adding that the first contract was just about to be signed.

In July, Iran and Syria signed two memoranda of understanding on expansion of bilateral cooperation in the field of electricity and water.

In one of the memos, Iran will initially export 50 MW of electricity to Syria through Iraq. In the next phase, electricity exports will increase to 200 MW.

As a result of an economic development plan, in 2015, Iran will increase power generation by 25 GW, and bring it up to 73 GW of energy, the minister said.

Iran currently exchanges electricity with Turkey, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq.

Hmm…

The 16th NAM Summit, to be held from 26 to 31 August in Tehran, is a historic opportunity for Iran, in the mind of the Islamic leadership.

The Vice President of the Islamic Republic of Iran for parliamentary affairs, Lutfullah Furuzanda, said that Iran participates in the dialogue about justice and Islamic awakening, and the convening of the 16th NAM Summit in Tehran is a historic opportunity to further this dialogue.

Furuzanda added that the member countries of NAM demonstrate the essence of the Islamic Revolution, the trust and participation of the people, and the progress and achievements of Iranian experts in the nuclear arena, as well as the nature of the sanctions against Iran.

Furuzanda also stressed the need to expose the true face of the imperialists and Zionists, and said that if the member countries of NAM do not come together and start a common dialogue, world imperialism will continue its expansionist policies until it is destroyed as a movement.

And it all happens in the 21st century. Does this meeting and all other such meetings not represent a danger to global security? Who, where, when, why — all go to Tehran.

Is such a meeting not the best way to share or sell information, as well as scientific achievements and technology?

Can we assume that the countdown has already begun?

Ten, nine, eight … three, two…

Posted by Joseph Zaalishvili on August 23, 2012