Armaros wrote, "This is it. As the evidence grew about Iran building bombs and warheads, Obama's team must have shown divisions.
Thus he removes the eyes who saw, Ross, (who is a Clintonian) and replaces him with an Iran regime lobbyist.
The Iran lobby, the NIAC, is a regime presence within the USA. Led by a famous Brzezinski-endorsed Iranian antisemite who blames Israel for Iran-US tensions and denies Ahmadinejad said "wipe off the map".
Basically Obama has handed over the Iran negotiations to an Iranian regime agency.
This is grotesque and shows Obama's determination to avoid confronting Iran at all costs (the only thing actually capable of saving his lame duck presidency). He is willing to sacrifice his own future for the advancement of Iranian interests and the reduction of supposed Israeli/Jewish influence. The dogma he tends to believe having Powers and Brzezinski around him and him favoring their views over the more sensible Hilary/Ross camp.
This is time for Hilary and Holbrooke to stand up and resign from this treasonous line up.
Even Carter had plans to invade Iran in 1981. Despite people like Vance opposing it.
Vance resigned because Carter choose the military option to rescue the hostages."
The New Iran Man at State American Thinker
John Limbert will be the senior Iran official
at the State Department, replacing Dennis Ross, who has moved to the
National Security Council (and who has not been heard from publicly
since). Should America be concerned? Yes. Limbert is not a neutral
arbiter; he serves on the advisory board of the National Iranian
American Council (NIAC).
Council is widely considered the de facto lobby for the Iranian regime
in America. It opposes sanctions on Iran, soft-pedals any controversial
events in Iran, and counsels "patience" regarding Iran's stance towards
its nuclear program. The NIAC has been at the forefront of lobbying
against continued congressional funding of the Voice of America Persia
service, Radio Farad, and grants for Iranian civil society. To top it
off, the NIAC has reportedly received funding from anti-Israel advocate George Soros, who at the very least was an honored guest and speaker at one of its symposiums.
(He called for a more equitable Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and
advocated for America to renounce regime-change as a goal).
NIAC staunchly opposes any military attacks on Iran. In other words, it
all but serves as Iran's embassy in Washington — though the NIAC
vociferously disputes this characterization. However, there is very
little sunlight between the views of the regime and the NIAC.
was born in Iran, but moved to Sweden at the age of four. He pursued a
career in international relations, eventually leading him to found the
National Iranian American Council (more on that tie later).
serves as an adjunct scholar at the Middle East Institute, a
"think-tank" that serves as one of the public-relations agencies for
the Muslim world in Washington. The Middle East Institute is headed by
Wyche Fowler, who has a string of what I called "Fowler Howlers" when I
about the Middle East Institute years ago. The Fowler Howlers were
statements to the media that were so glowing regarding the Muslim world
as to be synonymous with mirages.
which was an expanded version of his dissertation thesis. The book was
warmly endorsed and recommended by none other than John Mearsheimer,
Zbigniew Brzezinski (who served as Parsi's dissertation adviser), and
the former Foreign Minister for the State of Israel who has become an
appeasement-focused dove, Shlomo Ben-Ami — recently seen speaking at
the J Street conference. Treacherous Alliance delves into anti-Semitic canards regarding Jewish control of policy in Washington.
This is unbelievable.
Obama fires Ross and replaces him with a regime lobbyist.
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