November 27, 2013

It Is Truly A Sad Day. . .

When I find the claims of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran at least as credible as those that are coming from the White House.

Iranian officials say that the White House is misleading the public about the details of an interim nuclear agreement reached over the weekend in Geneva.

Iran and Western nations including the United States came to an agreement on the framework for an interim deal late Saturday night in Geneva. The deal has yet to be implemented

The White House released a multi-page fact sheet containing details of the draft agreement shortly after the deal was announced.

However, Iranian foreign ministry official on Tuesday rejected the White House’s version of the deal as “invalid” and accused Washington of releasing a factually inaccurate primer that misleads the American public.

“What has been released by the website of the White House as a fact sheet is a one-sided interpretation of the agreed text in Geneva and some of the explanations and words in the sheet contradict the text of the Joint Plan of Action, and this fact sheet has unfortunately been translated and released in the name of the Geneva agreement by certain media, which is not true,” Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham told the Iranian press on Tuesday.

Afkham and officials said that the White House has “modified” key details of the deal and released their own version of the agreement in the fact sheet.

After years of "if you like your policy you can keep it" and "if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor", does the White House have any credibility at all?

After repeated assertions that the attack at Benghazi was provoked by an obscure YouTube video, is there any reason to believe foreign policy assertions by this administration?

At least we know that the Iranians tell the truth -- they want to spread their malignant religion around the world and seek to finish the work begun by Hitler. So why shouldn't we believe them when they tell us what they understand this agreement -- one which sells out the interests of Israel, a nation hated by Iran -- means something other than what Obama and Kerry claim it does?

And doesn't it say a lot that we have reached the point where those of us who love America and oppose the Islamist regime in Iran find it reasonable to consider the possibility?

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You do and you don't know what you're talking about. Yes, Obama lies about as often as Bush-example the WMD lies. No, Iran has never threatened any military action against Israel, except in defense. The ex-president predicted Israel would be wiped off the map, but he did not threaten military action to do so, rather his remark, as Prof. Juan Cole, expert in Farsi said, equally intimated demographics would overwhelm Zionism eventually, forcing the Jews to live side by side with Arabs in a true democracy.
The Shias expect the Mahdi, the Jews expect the Messiah, the Christian Zionists predict the Rapture and Armageddon and tell their flock only to vote for Likudnik followers.
In fact the Christian Zionists are so bizarre they will support a "liberal" Likudnik like Shumer
when he tries to block Obama's reducing by only a tad US economic terrorism against Iran.
In fact the CZ's as Pat Buchanan said, helped force the bloody (and unwon) war against Iraq, running interference for The Lobby

|| Posted by truthbetold, November 27, 2013 06:03 PM ||

Hey, HateBeSpewed, allow me to introduce you to reality.

1) Bush did not lie about WMDs -- they were found, just not in the quantities expected. And he based his statements on the assessments of intelligence agencies from around the world -- which were based upon intelligence coming out or Iraq. In other words, even if Bush was wrong in some particulars, it was error, not deliberate falsehood like we get time and again out of this administration.

2) If Cole said that, it is proof how he is an idiot rather than an expert. There already is a true democracy in Israel, where Jews and Arabs do live side by side as equals. Contrast that with the status of religious minorities in Muslim lands. As for the demographic question -- it could happen, but you have to remember that this only happens if the Palestinian territories are incorporated into Israel -- an interesting notion given the Palestinian insistance that their land be Jew-free.

3) Any time someone starts talking about "The [Jewish] Lobby", they have revealed themselves to be a Jew-hater. Wear your swastika proudly, Adolph.

4) By the way, I ran that IP and am almost certain you are Ken Hoop, back again to spread hatred of Jews. I once uncovered what fringe candidate yo were, blogging from Norther Kentucky/Southern Ohio, but I don't care enough to hunt down your real name.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, December 4, 2013 07:33 PM ||
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