|On the first day of the second round of negotiations in Geneva between Iran and the P5+1, the U.S. offering of a“reverse sanctions program” in return for the suspension of part of Tehran’s uranium enrichment has been leaked. Described as a process of steps towards total abandonment of Iran’s bomb ambitions, this would translate to the a major dropping of some sanctions for a finite term, (6 months?) when Iran takes the first step.But Iran’s position on its nuclear program has remained the same, enriching as much uranium as they wish and keeping it, along with claiming the freedom to expand its nuclear capabilities in any way it sees fit.So, why this public offerning?On November 3, AP reported that Khamenei had admonished hardliners not to undermine negotiators engaged in talks with the West.However, Khamenei also said on the same day that he was not optimistic about the negotiations “and called America the most hated power in the world.”He also reiterated his regime’s view of Israel: “We have said since the very first day (of the Islamic Revolution), and we do say it now and we will say it in the future as well, that we believe the Zionist regime is an illegitimate and bastard regime.”Former Revolution Guard member “Reza Kahlili” notes that the regime’s media outlet Kheybar Online published a statement by Hossein Allahkaram, the regimes “radical” who is described as a radical theoretician, saying, “Though to improve the economy and relieve some sanctions these matters (negotiations) are considered, the value of enriching to 20, 40, 60, and 99 percent that Iran is capable of doing is much more (important) than a good economy.”Indeed, the Obama administration has been lifting some sanction already before Hassan Rohani’s visit to the U.N. Assembly General in NYC. the U.S.Restrictions on funding and sending medical items and sports exchanges were permitted. And in advance of the current meeting, the Obama administration leaked that it was considering releasing $12 billion of Iranian assets held in the United States, which would undoubtedly be followed by Europe’s unfreezing another $35 billion in assets. Nearly $50 billion would seem like a prize for at least the cessation of all uranium enrichment.But neither Obama nor the Europeans are making such demands.After the first meeting of the new round in Geneva, Fars News was quick to show that Iran had the upper hand, with lead negotiator Seyed Abbas Araqchi saying that the P5+1 had accepted Iran’s proposed framework for continuing the talks.The Obama administration’s longstanding plans regarding to Iran were laid out on the eve of the Geneva talks by the Wall Street Journal.While using back channels is nothing new, Obama seems to have used them with Iran since the beginning of his presidency. According to the Journal, the lead dog in this has been NSC-staffer, Indian-American Puneet Talwar. Talwar early on “conveyed a succinct message
for his Iranian interlocutors: The U.S. wants to peacefully resolve the dispute over Tehran’s nuclear program” and “is ready to deal.“The article also mentions that former UN Ambassador Susan Rice was charged with conveying much the same message to the Iranian UN ambassador during her stint there.To veil their intentions Obama’s staff used the United Nations Association, Asia Society vice president Suzanne DiMaggio, and the Council on Foreign Relations in efforts to bring Rouhani and Obama face-to-face during the recent UN General Assembly meeting.The Journal noted, “U.S. diplomacy has also been aided by Hossein Mousavian, a former top Iranian diplomat and now a visiting scholar at Princeton University.”Obama himself recently admitted that soon after his inauguration, he wrote to Iran’s Supreme Leader, to lay out his intentions for raproachment with Iran.It’s no wonder, then, that just before Obama’s 2012 reelection White House adviser-in-chief Valerie Jarrett, who has childhood friends in Iran-some in influential positions, decided to leak the news that the White House was near a deal with Tehran. She wanted to assure the boss’s reelection by producing good news.Now we know that she had the evidence to show this if Obama had allowed it.It seems that as far as Obama is concerned, the deal with Tehran has already been consummated.Indeed, in a CNN interview, Iran’s foreign minister Javad Zarif said, “It is possible to reach an understanding for an agreement before we close these negotiations tomorrow evening. I believe the ingredients are there. There is a window of opportunity now that needs to be seized.” However, Iran’s appetite for concessions and humiliation of the U.S., “The Big Satan” may bring up some new demands.As prior “negotiations” with Iran, whatever temporary deal is reached in Geneva, Tehran will continue to stall while progressing towards fast becoming a nuclear power. With this, the U.S. withdrawal from the Middle East will be complete and its pledge to have Israel’s back will be ignored.In the meantime, the news about the American “reverse sanctions program” has led the Saudis to let it be known that they are ready to collect the nuclear bombs they’ve ordered from Pakistan.In addition to abandoning Washington’s traditional policy of preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons, the Obama administration’s actions are all but leading to sett the region on fire. War in the Middle East will disrupt oil production in and transportation from the region and cause severe damage to U.S. economic and strategic interests as well as push the world into chaos. Nonetheless, in complete disregard to the predictable outcome, Obama forges ahead with his plans to allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons. Why?
Those of us who understand what’s what realize that Obama Inc. is aiming, arming others, for Israel’s jugular. It has come to the point that only the willfully deluded, within Israel’s Zionist majority, can look the other way, as Kerry, Obama’s henchman, threatens Israel with “this and that”. As a result of Kerry’s BLATANT threats to Israel, this was written: “Since US Secretary of State John Kerry’s threats of a third intifada this Thursday Israel has witnessed a string of attacks in Judea and Samaria, leaving many concerned over the possibility of a “Kerry intifada” that Hamas might escalate.”