Obama Throws Iranian-Americans under the Bus
The Khomeinist regime has time and time again ‘promised’ to abide by agreements similar to what’s on offer now from the Obama administration. Various U.S. administrations, EU conciliators, et al. have reached out to Tehran over the years, yet the undeniable fact is that they have not and will not make a standing deal. Because, as those of us who have followed the every move of that regime since 1979 can specifically pointout, the first thing the Islamic Republic of Iran did after it took over in 1979 was to announce to the world through its constitution its “hope that this century will witness the establishment of a universal holy government and the downfall of all others” and delegated the export of its revolution to the globe to the Revolutionary Guard and Hizb’allah.
As nuclear negotiator during Mohammad Khatami’s presidency in 1998-2006, Hassan Rouhani boasted about how he lulled his non-Iranian counterparts into a false sense of calm. At the time, during all the nuclear negotiations, Iran played nice and acted more cooperatively with the international community, fully intending not to live up to its side of the bargain. And in April of 2006, the proof was unveiled, when Rouhani was caught on tape,during a speech at the Assembly of Clerics, bragging about how he, and hence Iran, was able to complete the installation of equipment for conversion of yellowcake -- a key stage in the nuclear fuel process -- at its Isfahan plant, while European diplomats (DeVillepin of France, Jack Straw of UK, and Joschka Fischer of Germany) bought into the big lie. "From the outset," he said, "the Americans kept telling the Europeans, 'The Iranians are lying and deceiving you and they have not told you everything.' The Europeans used to respond, 'We trust them!'"
The Khomeinist modus operandi, and in general, the Mullah culture, is built on making agreements with those who are not ‘insiders’ while they have their fingers crossed behind their backs. And Obama is the latest of the international politicos whom they have coming and going. What’s interesting is that the number of times that they have done this and gotten away with it should be a lesson for this administration, but Mr. Obama and company are so certain of their particular brand of exceptionalism that they find reality an inconvenience.
It was clear to many Iranian-Americans back then that President Obama would go to any length to appease Tehran, and he surely has. Now, rather than be held accountable for their 36 years of heinous acts of terror, Mr. Obama is bribing the tyrants of Iran by taking them and their Lebanese puppet militant arm, Hizb’allah, off the terrorist list.
On Monday, March 16th, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Khomeinist regime foreign minister Javad Zarif in Lausanne, Switzerland, to talk about an nth deal, Ahmad Shaheed, the U.N. Special Rapporteur was giving his report on the situation of Human Rights in Iran to the Security Council.
The ongoing crimes against humanity and human rights violations of the regime has been thoroughly documented. Since 1979, along with the thousands of Iranians that the Islamic regime were sending to their deaths every year, inside the country, during the 1990s they targeted the opposition outside the country. Many Iranians living outside Iran (specifically in Europe) have been assassinated at the hands of agents of the Mullahgarchy. While the governments of those European countries knew all about it, and in some cases caught the assassins, rather than bring them to justice the Europeans quietly handed them back to Tehran, so that it does not upset all those cheap oil deals. Conservative estimates of these assassinations have the numbers close to two hundred but the actual murders that were not officially documented are said to be closer to 500.
Though only one Iranian-American opponent was assassinated in the U.S., many more would have happened had the Khomeinist regime not been exceedingly aware of the repercussions on U.S. soil. Now as an incentive for living up to their end of the bargain, the Obama administration has taken both the terrorist regime in Tehran and Hizb'allah off the terrorist list that is putting the fear of Khameni’s assassins in the hearts of the Iranian-American opposition.
Now they can and most likely will call open season on any Iranian-American, as well as Americans (or Westerners), in the U.S. whom they have on their ‘hit’ list. They can do what they want with impunity in United States also.
And there is a list. If Obama can have one, so can the Mullahs and in fact they gave a sneak peek at theirs earlier this week, when the Deputy of the Consular Section of their Foreign Ministry, Mohammad-Hassan Qashqawvi announced that three percent of the Iranians abroad ‘would face serious problems should they enter into Iran’. As if we didn’t know that, and as if any of us are rushing to step foot in an occupied Iran!
Obama threw the Iranian people who rose up in 2009 to show their hatred and opposition to the Shia mafia under the bus. And now, in his ill-conceived attempt to score one for his foreign policy, he is basically giving Iranian-Americans who have been model citizens and law abiding taxpayers to Tehran, on a silver platter, as the sacrificial lambs to his own political glory.