Friday, October 13, 2017

The United States is being Blackmailed by Israel and Nobody knows what's in the Envelope

Every time I read a report like the one below by Moon of Alabama, I think: "Am I the only one in the world that sees what's going on here?"  This is a classic case of blackmail and/or extortion.  It is obvious that Trump has "decertified" the Iran deal made by Obama on the blackmail orders of Israel.  It is Israel that wants Iran removed from their struggle to implement their Yinon Plan Wet Dream for the Middle East.  It is Iran that has become the main obstacle in their path.  They want Iran isolated and then destroyed, balkanized like all the other Arab countries that exist between the Nile and Euphrates Rivers...and beyond because they are insane fanatics and will never be satisfied.

The only question that remains is...what information/evidence does Israel have against the United States that is so powerful that it forces the United States to act against its own best interests?  
Please read the excellent update from Moon of Alabama and I will have final thoughts in comments to follow:


Copied from Moon of Alabama

October 13, 2017

"Iran - Trump Has No Strategy, Only Aims And No Way To Achieve Them

Trump hates the international nuclear deal with Iran.  The agreement put temporary restriction of Iran's nuclear program and opened it up to deeper inspections. The other sides of the deal committed to lifting sanctions and to further economic cooperation. Trump wants to get rid of the deal; but he is unwilling to pay the political price.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was negotiated and signed by the five permanent UN Security Council members (U.S., Ch, Ru, UK, F), Germany, the EU and Iran. If the U.S. defaults on the deal it will be in a lone position. The diplomatic isolation would limit its abilities to use its influence on other issues.
Trump has little knowledge of Iran, the nuclear deal, the Middle East or anything else. What he knows comes from Fox News and from Netanyahoo and other Zionist whisperers who get to his ear. All he heard is that the deal with Iran is bad. Therefore, he concluded, it must end.
The White House handed a paper to the media which is supposed to describe President Donald J. Trump's New Strategy on Iran. But there is no strategy in that paper. It list a number of aims the Trump wants to achieve. But it does no explain how he plans to do that. It is a wish list, not a program to follow.
The "Core Elements of the Presidents New Iran Strategy" are:
  • The United States new Iran strategy focuses on neutralizing the Government of Irans destabilizing influence and constraining its aggression, particularly its support for terrorism and militants.
  • We will revitalize our traditional alliances and regional partnerships as bulwarks against Iranian subversion and restore a more stable balance of power in the region.
  • We will work to deny the Iranian regime and especially the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) funding for its malign activities, and oppose IRGC activities that extort the wealth of the Iranian people.
  • We will counter threats to the United States and our allies from ballistic missiles and other asymmetric weapons.
  • We will rally the international community to condemn the IRGCs gross violations of human rights and its unjust detention of American citizens and other foreigners on specious charges.
  • Most importantly, we will deny the Iranian regime all paths to a nuclear weapon.
The list is full of factual mistakes:
  • Iran stabilized Iraq when the Islamic State was only days away from taking over Baghdad. Iran also helps to stabilize Syria and to defeat the Islamic State.
  • Ballistic missiles are not "asymmetric weapons". Iran's neighbors Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have such missiles. Iran's missiles are no threat to the United States.
  • The IRGC is the equivalent of the U.S. special forces. It is funded by the state. It does not "extort the wealth of the Iranian people". (The IRGC's pension funds (bonyads) hold significant industrial assets. But they are different entities.)
  • The IRGC does not detain American citizens.
  • Iran has repeatedly declared that it rejects all nuclear weapons out of religious reasons. It signed several international agreements which prohibit and prevent it from seeking such weapons.
The White House list of aims, "the strategy", is followed by "background" information on Iran and its alleged behavior.  Some White House intern must have copied it from a neoconservative version of Wikipedia. It is a conglomeration of general talking points which lack a factual basis.
When the JCOPA deal was closed, Congress legislated that the White House must certify every 90 days that Iran sticks to the deal. Trump will now stop to certify Iran's compliance even as everyone, including the White House, acknowledges that Iran is fulfilling all its parts. The White House claims that non-certification is not a breach of the agreement. The issue now falls back to Congress which might re-introduce the sanctions on Iran which the agreement had lifted. If it does that Trump will say that it is responsible for all consequences.
It is not clear if or what Congress will do. Senators Corker and Cotton are pushing for legislation that amounts to an unilateral change of the nuclear deal. It would introduce new sanctions if Iran does not accept their demands. Trump seems to support that.
But it is not going to work. It is an unilateral breach of the contract and no other country involved in deal will support it. Trump may introduce new economic sanctions on Iran but why would Iran care? Unless all other countries follow Trump's lead, it can simply buy and sell elsewhere.
The EU countries were again craven and offered to push against Iran's ballistic missiles if Trump does not completely break the JCPOA deal. This was utterly stupid negotiation behavior. Why offer concessions to Trump even before he makes a self defeating move? Still - they will not support breaking the deal.
Iran will not give up to its rights and it will not disarm. Obama pushed sanctions onto sanctions to make Iran scream. But the country did not fold. Each new U.S. sanction step was responded to with an expansion of Iran's nuclear program. In the end Obama had to offer talks to Iran to get out of the hole he had dug himself.
Now Trump is saying that stopping Iran from getting nukes is the priority. And that Obama was wrong to focus on it. The result is a bungled policy which will have either catastrophic, or no consequences at all."

Posted by b on October 13, 2017 at 01:42 PM | Permalink

All I can say is, it must be something truly terrible that the United States has remained silent about all these decades and has allowed itself to become bankrupt and destroyed on the world stage rather than go public about the blackmail.  If the United States would reveal that it is being blackmailed, then at least the blackmail would stop...and according to traditional justice...the police/justice system would become involved and the blackmailer would end up in a worse position than the victim.

But, because part of the price of the blackmail has been to undermine international law, it is harder for the United States to believe that it (justice) will kick in once the government has gone public with the blackmail.  For a moment here, let's speculate what the "terrible secret" is.  Is it about 9/11 being an "inside job" run by the Mossad?  Everybody (with two brain cells) already knows that.  Is it that the entire so-called NASA space program has been a tissue of lies since the l960's?  That, too, is becoming increasingly transparent.  Is it because all the so-called security agencies CIA/FBI/NSA/FEEMA are treasonous rats' nests of organized crime?  We already know it.

No.  It must be something else.  Something so dastardly the average human cannot even imagine or convert it into mere words. Something Satanic.  Whatever it is blatantly clear that Israel has the United States by the balls and it's gripping them so tightly that the squealing Trump has agreed to pay the blackmail...and break the only agreement the United States has made in decades.  Thus, the US will prove to the world that it is, as the Russians like to say..."not contract capable" or, as is referred to in Western jurisprudence..."non compos mentis". 


Anonymous said...

Aw, this was a very good post. Taking a few minutes and actual effort to create a great article… but what can I say… I hesitate a lot
and don't seem to get anything done.

greencrow said...

Keep trying. Take your time and think about what you want to say. Then say it!

Ed(itor) said...

Israel’s envelope used to contain the evidence of political sexual pecadilloes but that too has gone mainstream. It was once rumored that what was in the envelope was buried nukes inside the US. Preposterous nonsense was the reply and that too was almost unchallengeable when you think about the size and difficulties of handling what we would have termed a “suitcase” nuke. But several things have changed. First, almost all of the US has fallen under the “spell” of Israel; witness the Congressional applause etc. Second, we have substantial information about the credibility that Israel has in covert handling and logistics. Third, it can be alleged and perhaps even documented that Israel has mastered the art of the miniaturization of nuclear weaponry. Indeed, although my purpose is not to jump-start a discussion or debate about it, it’s been alleged that 9/11 featured some of that handiwork. So if 50-75 miniature nukes have been spirited into the US under diplomatic cover and some people have been shown an example, and the threat of detonation subtly expressed, then they have us by the balls but we can not launch a response. Even if we find one or two, they can replace them, and we cannot allege this publicly because they can simply laugh at us and then detonate them at will. Let us not forget that they essentially “own” massive surveillance capacities inside the Beltway, the military forces are filled with Zionists, etc.

Penny said...

I hate the 'bungled policy' meme
Along with the incompetence meme...
It's the language of limited hangout

Trump didn't bungle anything- he is doing exactly that which he is supposed to do.
In 2015 I wrote the nuclear deal was a distraction because the US was already, at that time, involved in destabilizing Iran- The deal was created to make the peace president look good, with the idea of using the deal in the future- in whatever manner deemed necessary- to make Iran look bad, perception management-
to increase sanctions- (by claiming that Iran was non compliant) whatever!
We've seen the US do this time and time again- It's not bungled policy, it's just policy!

greencrow said...

Hi Editor

The idea that hidden nukes (like in Israeli embassies and consulates) did cross my mind. And, yes, nukes were used in the 9/11 Mossad operation to bring down the twin towers. So that is certainly a possibility. What I neglected to say in the post was that it's not a typical blackmail because the blackmailers are not only in Israel but they are ALSO WITHIN the US government itself dividing, conquering and neutralizing the NON-blackmailers. The cancer has metastasized to such an extent that the patient (the US) is now, unfortunately, terminal.

That is why I have suggested for some years now that the only solution is to dissolve the Presidency and replace it with a constituency committee on a set, interim basis. Some individuals that I have suggested to be on this Committee include:

Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Paul Craig Roberts, Jessie Ventura

greencrow said...

Hi Penny:

What you say makes absolute sense. Set up a mock agreement and then undermine it...and blame the breakdown of it on the Iranians...casus belli for war. What has happened, however, is that the Iranians have not fallen for the ruse. They have maintained the agreement, even in the face of lack of follow through/performance (lifting the sanctions) by the US. Still, no matter, the US HAS to see the Agreement fail as a prelude to war. But in conducting this ruse the US has alienated the entire world (with the notable exception of Israel) and, and this is MOST significant...even their European/NATO allies. We will now watch and see what the fall out is of this European there can be no "world" war without the dragging along of NATO.

Penny said...

I have spent hours working on a massive post explaining why this is not bungling policy, but, it is just policy

It's long but hope you will come and read it all- Blogging is learning and I've been learning since 08- I've covered a lot of information in my nearly ten years-
here's the link to my newest

I touch on why this move by Trump is another in series of US moves against Iran and it was too be expected given the Syrian situation

Penny said...

"What has happened, however, is that the Iranians have not fallen for the ruse. They have maintained the agreement, even in the face of lack of follow through/performance (lifting the sanctions) by the US. Still, no matter, the US HAS to see the Agreement fail as a prelude to war."

It doesn't matter what Iran does- They can stick to the agreement faithfully- All the US has to do is say they haven't or something is up and boom- that's all that matters
We've seen this time and time again- Most famously in Iraq has nukes- they didn't.
And the US said they did. It's that same scenario. Trump has made a cagey move, well supported by Britain and Israel

greencrow said...

Hi Penny:

I will read your post and comment thereon on your blog. Thanks.

Yes, it's true that it doses not matter WHAT Iran or North Korea does...if they are the "enemy du jour"...then so be it.