Trump benefits from introducing Iran as boogeyman

by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor,    … with Press TV,  Tehran

Clinton Bastin, 40 year veteran of the Atomic Energy Comm. and the DoE is still working with us

[ Editor’s Note: Trump is getting away with murder here, with the help of the stand down of virtually all the world media. He is launching a new Iran boogeyman jihad when we are still waiting for our Western free press to cover how the G5+1 Iran nuclear agreement proved that after over two decades of claims that Iran was one to two years away from having “da bomb”, not a single intelligence agency, including Israel, put one proof of evidence on the table.

That this gross hoax on the world public was laid bare was treated as non-newsworthy event. As far as a know, VT is the only platform to keep bringing this up, and as usual, the phone is not ringing from Fox News, CNN, or even make believe Democracy Now to interview us on it. Imagine that.

That hoax was followed by Netanyahu’s “break out” new hoax, that Iran could reprocess enough bomb grade material in a year, and have “da bomb”. But he left out two big things. One, this concentrated bomb grade material would be in a gas form. And two, where is Iran’s bomb design when it has never been able to do any testing? What kid of a pit would it use?

You have to know that to metalasize the gaseous material into the actual design for you need. Clinton Bastin, who died in 2014, took us through what a complex and dangerous process this would require to accomplish, and how there was no way anyone could do this without our being aware. He estimated a ten year process.

Why would a new president waste political capital by regenerating an already debunked hoax? He must feel absolutely sure the press, meaning Rupert Murdoch, will not go after him on it. And why will no one among the top retired Intel and military crop own up to the hoax? And lastly, why is the public not screaming for an explanation.

Frankly, this made me feel like I was living in an alternative universe on this issue, the proverbial glass bubble. But I thank PressTV for this intervew slot, a short one, but one still where I was able to work this issue into my content to run the hoax up the flag one more time. “Dear mass media, I will keep my cel phone with me all day.”Jim W. Dean ]


–  First published  …  February 11,  2017  –

US President Donald Trump resorts to a political tactic to introduce Iran as a boogeyman in order to claim that Americans are facing an external enemy, says Jim W. Dean, managing editor of the Veterans Today from Atlanta.

There is an old American political trick particularly with a new president coming in, where the new US administration tries to have an “external boogeyman” to make the crowd rally behind authorities, Dean said on Friday night.

“Trump came in and he picked China and Iran as new boogeymen, but it was a very poor choice for both,” because he has nothing to prove his allegations against these countries, the analyst noted.

During his presidential campaign and even after taking office, Trump described the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers as “the worst accord ever negotiated” and threatened to annul the deal.

Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, comprising the US, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany, signed the nuclear agreement in July 2015. Under the deal, Iran has accepted to limit its nuclear work in certain areas and the six powers committed to lift nuclear-related sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

The commentator went on to say that the US and Israel had lied to the world about alleged military nature of the Iranian nuclear program, while they showed no evidence to prove such an accusation.

Dean also expressed hope that Donald Trump would change his tone towards Iran and rethink his policies, which are harmful for both the United States and Iran.

Federica Mogherini, European Union’s foreign policy chief, has said that the Trump administration would fully implement the nuclear agreement called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Read More: US will fully implement JCPOA: EU’s Mogherini


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4 Responses to "Trump benefits from introducing Iran as boogeyman"

  1. JohnZ  February 12, 2017 at 3:55 pm

    How many more decades is the buffoon from Tel Aviv going to insist Iran is only”months away” form da bomb?
    Yet in response there are a great many Americans who continue to believe that psychopathic sofa salesman from Joisey.
    I believe the term is cognitive dissonance.
    From the looks of things we may not have Bibi to kick around anymore.

  2. Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  February 11, 2017 at 11:50 am

    JWD: What’s even worse for Persians, Americans & others is that Bibi & Co. are ‘proving’ that Iran is close to having nuke weapons by murdering productive & innocent civilian Iranian nuclear electric scientists.

    Since Israel, Bibi & Co. supposedly would never murder anyone without justification, the implicit & explicit arguments is: ‘Iran MUST be close to having nuke weapons.’ Such BS.

    In Logic, this is “Assuming the Premise” — bootstrapping ‘logic’ at its worst…

    • Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor  February 11, 2017 at 1:40 pm

      Amen, the killed those people solely for “framing”. The Iranians could easily have retaliated against the nuclear scientists of a particular country or two, which is exactly what some in the West would have wanted, but they were smart enough not to take the bait.

    • JohnZ  February 12, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      Who said anything israel does or whatever Bibi says is logical.
      We are dealing with zionism.

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