Iran: Nuclear Talks, Spying and Warmongering

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While it has long been acknowledge, even by the Pentagon,  that Israel has nuclear weapons, the U.S., its allies and the mainstream media keep focusing on Iran’s nonexistent ones. Why aren’t Israel’s weapons considered a problem? Anthony Bellchambers suggests that neutralizing the threat of Israel’s nuclear weapons “by implementing a Nuclear Weapons Free Zone, would solve the entire issue of Iran and nuclear proliferation.” Meanwhile, the New York Times calls for bombing the Islamic Republic…

800px-Arak_Heavy_Water4_1Iran Demands Lifting of Sanctions for ‘Irreversible’ Moves, Says Insider, Gareth Porter, April 01, 2015

The Arak heavy water reactor in Iran has been an obstacle in nuclear talks (Wikicommons) As the P5+1 and Iran agree to continue talks on a possible joint statement past a midnight deadline into Wednesday, the most contentious issue in…

Laying the Foundations for Preemptive Nuclear War Against IranIran Nuclear Talks: Kicking the Can Down the Road, Stephen Lendman, April 01, 2015

On March 31 deadline day, AP reported “Iran Nuke Talks to Continue in (a) New Phase.” Six days of negotiations in Lausanne left key sticking points unresolved – notably on lifting sanctions and nuclear R&D. AP said P5+1 nations “prepared …

Conversations with Fidel Castro: Hiroshima and the Dangers of a Nuclear WarPentagon Admits that Israel is a Nuclear Power, Vladimir Platov, April 01, 2015

In early February, the Pentagon declassified reports on Israel’s nuclear weapons program which was carried out until 1987. According to these documents, Israeli scientists were capable of producing a hydrogen bomb by that time. Although these facts were largely ignored…

Conversations with Fidel Castro: Hiroshima and the Dangers of a Nuclear WarWho Spies for Israel in Washington’s Nuclear Negotiations?, Prof. James Petras, April 01, 2015

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) (3/25/15) headlined: ‘Israel Spied on Iran Nuclear Talks with the US”.  The article goes on to detail the way in which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used the confidential information to sabotage the talks, including…

UNCRITICAL MAINSTREAM MEDIA DRIVEL War Plan Iran: Endemic US/Israeli Double-Think Is Now "Normal Discourse"“Liberal” New York Times Provides Cover for Washington’s War Plans for Iran, Danny Haiphong, April 01, 2015

In a relatively short period this month, the New York Times attacked Iran on behalf of Washington and its allies. So-called liberal Thomas Friedman, a notorious liberal war-monger, wrote a short op-ed piece on March 17th calling for Washington to…

Laying the Foundations for Preemptive Nuclear War Against IranNo Deal on Iran’s Nuclear Program – So Far, Stephen Lendman, March 31, 2015

Reports of a deal reached over the weekend were way premature. As of Monday morning Lausanne time, key unresolved issues remain ahead of a March 31 deadline. It could be extended days or weeks if all parties agree. Deadlines aren’t…

Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear RadiationNeutralising the Threat of Israel’s Undeclared Nuclear Arsenal Would Immediately Solve the Iranian Issue, Anthony Bellchambers, March 30, 2015

As the deadline approaches in Lausanne it should be kept in mind that the only reason for Iran’s nuclear program is Israel’s huge, offensive nuclear arsenal that is a constant threat to the Middle East and the wider world.

newspaperNew York Times Publishes Call to Bomb Iran, Robert Parry, March 30, 2015

If two major newspapers in, say, Russia published major articles openly advocating the unprovoked bombing of a country, say, Israel, the U.S. government and news media would be aflame with denunciations about “aggression,” “criminality,” “madness,” and “behavior not fitting the…


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