American Zionist Campaign against White House in Panic Bid to Kill UN Security Council Deal with Iran

Democracy appears to be in potential danger as a US Zionist cabal spends upwards of $20 million to pressure Congress to kill deal with Iran forged by permanent UN Security Council members – Britain, France, U.S., Russia and China plus Germany, after many months of complex negotiations.

The AIPAC lobby – originally the American Zionist Committee – acting as agent for the Israeli Government representing the only undeclared nuclear weapons state in the world, now tries to overturn the negotiated agreement with (non-nuclear) Iran in an unprecedented bid to maintain Israeli hegemony in Middle East.

Pro-Israel lobbyists are trying to influence U.S. foreign policy in favour of a heavily-armed foreign state that is not a party to the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) nor is a signatory to either the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) or the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) making it the most dangerous potential threat to global peace, being outside any inspection or control by the IAEA.

This current Congress will be judged in history as the most supine, inept and easily manipulated legislative assembly [by a foreign power], ever to have been given control of the lives of the American people and the making and implementation of U.S. foreign policy.

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