Thursday, April 20, 2017

Mother of all Liars...BBC gives birth to another BIG LIE. This Time It's About Iran

The 2015 nuclear deal meant crippling sanctions
against Iran were lifted - Iranian Flag
Photo from the BBC

Right after 9/11...when I saw the bit on BBC that forecast the implosion of WTC Building 7 about half an hour BEFORE it actually collapsed, I realized that the BBC was one of the biggest liars the world has ever known.  Hiding under the skirts of "Mother Beeb", a publicly funded TV network, the ziofascists who control the Western Main$tream Mass Media are issuing dastardly lies and propaganda for the neocon, globalist, hegemonic, terror agenda.  Working on the public purse, this purveyor of lies and disinformation is able to spread lies all around the world.  So, in my avocation as a geopolitical blogger, I go to the BBC daily--to see what lies of the day are being served up on the menu of so-called "newz".  Today, the main headline is part of the escalation of propaganda and warmongering that has been levied against Iran since the Trump presidential campaign last year.  Trump announced during the campaign that he wanted to re-visit the agreement that the US had signed, along with Russia, China and the UK.  I suspect he adopted this policy platform to maintain his support amongst the Pentagon generals, who are always aghast when Peace seems to be breaking out...particularly when it affects their Master--of war--Israel. 

Since his victory, Trump and his appointees have stepped up the verbal assault on Iran.  This is, of course, prelude to sending in one of their proxy armies to destroy it, dontchaknow.   The United States simply cannot maintain a peaceful agreement with a competitor of Israel--and the world is full of them.  They do not have the independence to do so...they do not have control over their own foreign policy.  Here is the daily serving of BBC lies about Iran.  Please read the article below (highlighting is mine) and I will have further thoughts in comments to follow:

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The US secretary of state has accused Iran of "alarming ongoing provocations" aimed at destabilising the Middle East and undermining America's interests. "An unchecked Iran has the potential to travel the same path as North Korea and to take the world along with it," Rex Tillerson said. The US has ordered a review of the Iran nuclear deal, although it admits Iran is complying with its commitments.
Iran's foreign minister dismissed Mr Tillerson's criticism as "worn out".
The country has repeatedly denied accusations by the West that it was ever trying to develop nuclear weapons.

What is the US doing about Iran?

In a statement on Wednesday, Mr Tillerson said a review, which he had announced in a letter to Congress a day earlier, would look at the whole US policy towards Iran - taking in not only Tehran's compliance with the nuclear deal but also its actions in the Middle East.
He accused the country of "alarming and ongoing provocations that export terror and violence, destabilising more than one country at a time".
"Iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying multiple conflicts and undermining US interests in countries such as Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon, and continuing to support attacks against Israel."
As part of a long list of charges, he criticised Iran's involvement in the Syrian conflict and its support for President Bashar al-Assad.
The secretary of state earlier acknowledged the Iranians had met the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal. But he said its "nuclear ambitions" remained "a grave risk to international peace and security".
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif reacted angrily on Twitter, saying "worn-out US accusations" could not "mask its admission of Iran's compliance" with the deal's requirements. He called on the US to change course and fulfil its own commitments.
President Donald Trump has previously vowed to dismantle the nuclear deal but has not specified what he wants to do.

What is the Iran nuclear deal?

The landmark 2015 agreement saw crippling sanctions on Iran lifted. It was secured after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) certified that Tehran had restricted its sensitive nuclear activities.
Barack Obama argued the deal, between Iran and six world powers including China, Russia and the UK, was the best way to prevent Iran getting a nuclear weapon.
But President Trump has described the landmark agreement as the "worst deal ever".
Read more: What does the Iran nuclear deal say?
Iran says its nuclear programme is entirely peaceful and that it will continue missile development.
One of the key requirements of the deal is the reconfiguration of Iran's Arak nuclear reactor so it does not produce weapons-grade plutonium usable in a nuclear bomb.
On Thursday, Beijing said companies in China and Iran would be working together on the redesign to ensure these terms would be met.

How has the US position changed?

Analysis by BBC State Department correspondent Barbara Plett Usher
In announcing a broad review of Iran policy the Trump administration has not jettisoned the nuclear deal. But Rex Tillerson has come pretty close to saying the agreement is not worth keeping, even though he's had to admit it's working. This week the secretary of state informed Congress that Tehran is keeping its side of the bargain to restrict its nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, which he's required to confirm every 90 days. In spoken remarks, though, he talked only of Iran's bad behaviour and linked that to the future of the deal - a message that will resonate far more on Capitol Hill and to which it was probably aimed.
Former President Barack Obama would have agreed with all the charges: that Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism, that it supports proxies which undermine US interests in the region, that it's hostile to Israel and that its ballistic missile tests challenge UN Security Council prohibitions.
But Mr Obama kept those issues separate from the nuclear agreement, which would have been impossible to achieve without that narrow focus. Mr Tillerson, on the other hand, called this a mistaken approach and said the review would take a comprehensive look at all of the threats posed by Iran.

What has this got to do with North Korea?

President Donald Trump has stepped up US pressure on North Korea, which has accelerated its nuclear and missile tests in recent years, despite international condemnation and UN sanctions.
North Korea's aim is to be able to put a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental ballistic missile that can reach targets around the world, including the US. Mr Trump has said that will not happen, and "all options are on the table" in dealing with Pyongyang. On Wednesday, Mr Tillerson repeated the Trump administration's view that "strategic patience is a failed approach". And he said the US wanted to change course before Iran became a "second piece of evidence" for this. However, Iran says it has the right to nuclear energy - and stresses that its nuclear programme is for peaceful purposes only."


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First of all, the United States does not have control over it's "Interests".  If it did, it would follow the foreign policies espoused by politicians like Ron Paul, who say the US should mind it's own business and focus on building itself, utilizing its immense natural and human resources.  If it did, according to Paul, it would become the defacto leader of the world...instead of the bankrupt purveyor of technological mediocrity it is fast becoming (eg. , look at how far ahead Russia is in the arena of electronic warfare).  Ziofascists deliberately dumbed down the US educational system in the 70's and 80's, so they could use the United States' youth (along with the US's taxpayer-funded Military Industrial Complex) as cannon fodder in their endless wars for world supremacy.  American youth are so in debt, should they try to get an education, that they have to join the military...or work three or four joblites...[jobs that have not been outsourced].

Secondly, why does the United States have to go to war on Iran?  "Iran is threatening the US's interests in the Middle East".  Think about that for a moment.  Are the US's interests being threatened by Iran?  Has Iran ever said a threatening word against the US?  No!  Iran is threatening Israel's interests by not kowtowing and offering up its land, economy and culture to the Israel bully.  Israel has to rule all the land in the Middle East and there will be no peace on earth until it does.  The United States is just a tool in the hands of the Ziofascist vampires.

The Obama Administration disobeyed Israel by reaching an Agreement with Iran. Now Trump has been tasked with the Order to get rid of it.  The US is simply not allowed [incapable--Non Compos Mentis] to make an agreement with any foreign power.  It is just a tool!

In every BBC Lie Report...there is always the kernel of the lie...the seed, surrounded by all the husk of supporting bs.  The lie germ in the above report...the raison d'etre for the article...is a quote attributed to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson...which I highlighted and put in red:

"Iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying multiple conflicts and undermining US interests in countries such as Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon, and continuing to support attacks against Israel."

Lol.  I really do mean that the BBC is the "Mother of all Liars" and the above quote is proof.  The truth is that it is the US (Usrael) that is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying multiple conflicts and undermining global security in countries such as Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon, and it is Iran that is defending these small vulnerable states against attacks from Usrael."  So, the BBC has absolutely turned the truth on its head.  What was it that Goebbels said about the "Big Lie"?  The bigger the lie and the more often it is repeated, the more the sheeple will believe it....particularly when it slithers out from under the skirts of taxpayer-funded "Mother Beeb".

Yes, the Ziofacists some time ago reached the sad (for them) conclusion that their grand scheme, as described by US General Wesley Clark, of "Seven Countries (destroyed) in Five Years" by the US proxy military was just not going to happen.  Why?  Because some of the "easy" targeted victims had powerful friends.  Thus, they are stalled on little Syria.  They had planned to pick off the easy targets first and ultimately work towards destroying Iran, and finally, Russia.  But little Syria has Russia and Iran as allies [those countries having realized that they will be next].  So now the covert/cowardly Masters of War have to throw their proxy army--the US military, with its young, uneducated cannon fodder--at Iran.


But, first, the US has to go back on the One Agreement it has dared to make with another country in the past two decades...since the 9/11 Ziofascist occupation.  Which brings me right back to the BBC as Mother of all Liars...here is the jewel in their sh!tty crown.


BBC reports egregious lie on 9/11
Supporting Official Version of Coup that has
led to ongoing Ziofascist Occupation of US

2 comments:

Greg Bacon said...

The USA is living under Israeli occupation and most don't even know it, since there's no outwardly evident signs, like IDF troops marching in the streets.

Israel has control of the Congress, WH and their confederates control the FED, the US Treasury, those TBTF Wall Street casinos that WE get dunned to bail-out, Hollywood and most of the MSM.

When there is no more blood or wealth to suck from Uncle Sam, the parasite will depart for another host, leaving behind a corpse picked clean.

greencrow said...

Hi Greg:

Yes, the Israeli tail is definitely wagging the US dog. The problem with your last paragraph is that there are no other "hosts" left on this small planet...the entire world now aware of the dynamic at play.