Oy vey, how dare those nasty Iranians defend themselves
from the expansion of "Greater Israel" designs? From the Neocon publication the Washington Free Beacon, Natalie
Johnson parrots the establishment viewpoint in Israel Concerned Syria De-Escalation Zone Will Bring Iran Closer to its Border. This attitude from a country that put boots on the ground within Syria bombed and sought the removable of the Bashar Hafez
confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Tzachi Hanegbi, who serves as the regional cooperation minister, told
reporters on Sunday the deal doesn't meet Tel Aviv's "unequivocal demands" to bar Iran and its proxies from the
Kozak, a senior analyst at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), said Israel's concerns are "well-founded."
Kozak said the truce lacks an adequate enforcement mechanism to keep Iran and Hezbollah from positioning forces into the buffer
laughable to think [Iran or Hezbollah] would willingly cede influence in the area," he said. "The deal basically
relies on Russia to police Iran's behavior. Russia is the only faction with forces on the ground to enforce the deal. Russia
is presenting itself as an arbiter that is able and willing to police Iran's behavior and that's an idea we at ISW would challenge,
as well as the Israelis."
to Deutsche Welle, after the Syria conflict: What do the US, Russia, Turkey and Iran want? "Iran joined the Geneva peace talks in November 2015 after the US dropped its longstanding opposition to Iranian involvement.
Tehran has also sponsored the Astana peace talks along with Turkey and Russia."
in a world where Iran is always the villain and the mother of terrorism, one needs to be blind to the extent of real terrorism
shipped out of the Saudi Wahhabism cult that rivals their oil exports. The cold hard truth is that even after the definitive
defeat at destroying Syria, Regime Change In Iran By Other Means, is the ultimate objective in the region for the unholy Israeli/Saudi alliance.
"Trump and Netanyahu must both walk a tightrope.
There is a lot of opposition in the Israeli military as well as in Trump’s own cabinet to igniting a new Middle East
conflict in the hopes of toppling the Iranian regime. Yet that seems to be what both men want. Perhaps they pursue such a
folly to escape domestic scandals, or because they are myopically ideological, but the reasons are not important. They are
on board with Saudi Arabia."
foolish nature of the State Department and the Military interventionists is outlined in an article from Bloomberg, Saudi Shakeup Gives the U.S. an Opening With Iran.
Trump administration’s desire to isolate and pressure Iran reflects outdated thinking that does not take into account
the shifting realities of today’s Middle East. The most likely outcome is it will inadvertently strengthen Iran’s
hand in the region, much as President George W. Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq did in 2003.
Iran is now, arguably,
the most powerful regional actor in the Middle East. Tehran is a decisive player in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq, and its influence
extends to Yemen and Afghanistan. Pushing back on Iranian power would mean confronting Iranian forces in countries where they
are embedded with local militias or have been invited by host governments, as is the case in Iraq and Syria.
is no longer a global pariah. It has a strong partnership with Russia in Syria and increasingly shared interest with Turkey
on issues relating to Kurdish independence and strengthening the central government in Baghdad. Both Turkey and Iran back
Qatar in its dispute with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. That quarrel has created openings for Iran to project
itself as a stabilizing force in the Middle East to other major powers such as China and India."
This assessment is valid but as with most approaching conflicts, the powers of
lethargy seldom allow for breaking with past failures. Iran is not a threat to America as has been sold by the Zionist mass
media. Domestic politics have little room for bucking the AIPAC lobby. And now that all things Russia are condemned
as the parent of the axis of evil, Iran must be defeated even when they have entered back into the community of nations.
The Saudi's hate Iranian Shiite Muslims more than
Zionist Jews. Persians are not Arabs, but most do hold with the basic tenants of Islam. Now that the Saudi's are offering
an opening to a limited secular introduction, what exactly is the validity of their claim as defenders of Mecca and Medina?
The zealots in both Israel and Saudi
Arabia still outnumber the Iranian acolytes' sect. Americans are oblivious to the historic realities of true threats to our
national security. Trump has relied upon advisors who actively promote a military presence in a part of the world that will
never achieve peace. This Saudi pivot into the arms of the Mossad is an Israeli Horah circle jerk dance. Avoid the coming
carnage that could easily deteriorate into a world war.
SARTRE - November 21, 2017