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    John Bolton's Blueprint for War on Iran
    by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)
    In an op-ed before joining Trump's geopolitical team, Bolton outlined his strategy for eliminating the JCPOA, facilitating war on the country he seeks. More on this below.
    The Iran nuclear deal, unanimously adopted by Security Council members, should have resolved the matter of its alleged nuclear ambitions — not extending beyond legitimate purposes all along.
    The deal clearly affirmed that Iran's use of the technology is solely for non-military purposes, its legal right under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
    Regular monitoring by IAEA inspectors affirmed Tehran's compliance with JCPOA provisions. No evidence suggests it seeks to develop nuclear weapons.
    Ayatollah Ali Khamenei issued a fatwa, banning the acquisition, development, production, and use of nuclear weapons.
    He earlier said the US "created the myth of nuclear weapons in order to claim that the Islamic Republic is a source of threat. But the source of threat is America itself. Today, the greatest source of threat in the world is the regime of America."
    "We are not after nuclear weapons. And this is not because they are telling us not to pursue these things. Rather, we do not want these things for the sake of ourselves and our religion and because reason is telling us not to do so."
    "Lifting sanctions is one of the terms of the (JCPOA) agreement" the Trump regime breached, violating international law.
    "There is no one in Iran who does not want the nuclear issue to be resolved through negotiations. What the people of Iran do not want is to accept America's imposition and bullying."
    The US "knows that we are not after building a nuclear weapon, but they have used it as an excuse to exert pressures on the people of Iran."
    "(I)f we accept what they dictate to us on the nuclear issue, their destructive moves and sanctions will not be stopped and lifted. They will continue to create all sorts of problems for us because they are opposed to the essence of the Revolution."
    The whole world knows that Iran's nuclear program legitimate with no military component or a desire to have one.
    Claims otherwise by the Trump regime are red herring cover for actions it intends to try returning the country to US client state status.
    When Washington wants to vilify a nation it marks for regime change, pretexts are easy to create.
    If Iran had no nuclear technology, other reasons would be invented to pursue hostile US policies against the country.
    Dozens of nations operate nuclear power plants, Iran alone singled out by the US as wanting to develop nukes, despite no evidence suggesting it.
    On Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif slammed the Trump regime's call for renegotiating the JCPOA, calling it a "recipe for destroying the" agreement.
    If the JCPOA dissolves, it'll be much easier for Trump regime hardliners to claim Iran is unrestrained to develop nukes, facilitating their efforts to recruit coalition partners of the willing for war on the country — to eliminate a threat that doesn't exist.
    In August 2017, ahead of his appointment as Trump's national security advisor, John Bolton wrote a detailed op-ed blueprint for "get(ing) out of the Iran nuclear deal," a roadmap to war, saying the following:
    "Trump can and should free America from this execrable deal (sic) at the earliest opportunity."
    Its existence and IAEA affirmation of Tehran's compliance with its principles makes it harder for Iranophobes to sell the notion of an Iranian threat.
    Bolton: "The JCPOA is a threat to US national-security interests, growing more serious by the day (sic)."
    "If (Trump) decides to abrogate the JCPOA, a comprehensive plan must be developed and executed to build domestic and international support for the new policy."
    "Like any global campaign, it must be persuasive, thorough, and accurate."
    "Opponents, particularly those who participated in drafting and implementing the JCPOA, will argue strongly against such a decision, contending that it is reckless, ill-advised, and will have negative economic and security consequences."
    "(W)e must explain the grave threat (the JCPOA poses) to the US and our allies, particularly Israel (sic)."
    "(A) new 'reality' (must) be created" to pull out of the deal.
    It must "assure the international community that the US decision will in fact enhance international peace and security (sic)."
    Trump "should announce that (he's) abrogating the JCPOA due to significant Iranian violations (sic), Iran's unacceptable international conduct more broadly (sic), and because the JCPOA threatens American national-security interests (sic)" — no matter that all of the above are bald-faced Big Lies.
    Selling the Trump regime's arguments "must also demonstrate the linkage between Iran and (nuclear armed) North Korea."
    It must sell the notion that Iran acts "as the world's central banker for international terrorism (sic)" — how the US and its imperial partners operate, not the Islamic Republic.
    Bolton called for "(e)arly, quiet consultations with key" allies, convincing them of the Trump regime's arguments — based on Big Lies and deception he failed to explain.
    He said a "documented strategic case" should be prepared, selling the Trump regime's scheme.
    An "expanded diplomatic (anti-Iran) campaign" should be launched — selling Congress, the US public, and allied nations.
    US embassies should be involved, making the Trump regime's case to host countries. The same goes for enlisting UN support.
    Russia and China should be excluded from all of the above discussions, to "be informed just prior to the public announcement…(W)e will move ahead with or without them."
    Convincing the world community of "Iran's actual underlying intention to develop deliverable nuclear weapons…has never flagged" — no matter how untrue.
    Bolton listed the following actions he'd recommend the Trump regime take against Iran as part of its campaign preceding war he's long called for:
    "End all landing and docking rights for all Iranian aircraft and ships at key allied ports.
    End all visas for Iranians, including so called 'scholarly,' student, sports, or other exchanges.
    Demand payment with a set deadline on outstanding US federal-court judgments against Iran for terrorism (sic), including 9/11 (sic).
    Announce US support for the democratic Iranian opposition.
    Expedite delivery of bunker-buster bombs (to the region).
    Announce US support for Kurdish national aspirations, including Kurds in Iran, Iraq, and Syria.
    Provide assistance to Balochis, Khuzestan Arabs, Kurds, and others — also to internal resistance among labor unions, students, and women's groups.
    Actively organize opposition to Iranian political objectives in the UN."
    The Trump regime's anti-Iran campaign should be its "highest diplomatic priority, commanding all necessary time, attention, and resources."
    Bolton never met a sovereign independent country he didn't want to bomb. He's been hostile to Iran for decades, falsely claiming the country poses a "threat to our civilization."
    Bolton's piece was long and detailed, a likely roadmap heading for war on Iran if he gets his way.
    Iran's Zarif stressed that the Trump regime is "plotting for war" on the country.
    That's where things are heading if the White House scheme for regime change isn't strongly countered.
    Sergey Lavrov warned of a "very bad scenario" unfolding against Iran…"We are concerned about what is happening," he stressed.
    It's reminiscent of events preceding Bush/Cheney's 2003 aggression on Iraq — based on the pretext of WMDs that didn't exist.
    "All of us know the (deplorable) result," said Lavrov. "Draw your own conclusion on how (exported US) democracy (worked in the country) over the 16 past years."
    Wherever the US shows up militarily, mass slaughter, destruction, and human misery follow. That's what Iranians can expect if the Trump regime attacks the country.
    Potentially millions of casualties could follow protracted full-scale war — besides boiling over the region more than already and risking possible global war by accident or design if things are pushed too far.
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    Slow-Motion Trump Regime March to War on Iran

    Written by Stephen Lendman Subject: Iran
    Slow-Motion Trump Regime March to War on Iran
    by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)
    So far Trump regime tactics against Iran amount to war by other means — notably by media supported illegal sanctions and a daily propaganda drumbeat, vilifying the country.
    Is what's going on a softening up process for hot war, planned but not revealed? Ignore Trump's remarks, time and again saying one thing, then doing something entirely different.
    He let himself be messaged into escalating war in Syria, keeping US troops in the country, sending more forces to Afghanistan instead of ending the longest US war in modern times, along with aggression against Yemen.
    He's unconcerned about catastrophic conditions resulting from US wars in Yemen and elsewhere.
    He supports Libyan war lord General Khalifa Haftar's aggression in the war-torn country, the nation raped and destroyed by US aims to control it — the same true about all preemptively launched US wars.
    Throughout the post-WW II era, the US toppled numerous sovereign governments, assassinated legitimate leaders, removed others by coup d'etats, and reigned terror on every continent – an agenda more ruthlessly dangerous today than earlier.
    US policies include virtually every conceivable form of lawlessness, the rule of law considered null and void, operating by Washington rules exclusively.
    Every sovereign independent government unwilling to subordinate its rights to US interests is on its target list for regime change.
    The late William Blum once said "(b)e nice to America" or face its wrath, his anti-empire reports sorely missed.
    Bolton, Pompeo, and their hardline subordinates are pathologically hostile toward Iran. Establishment media repeat state-sponsored propaganda virtually daily.
    The Big Lie about Iran seeking to develop nuclear weapons persists. It was debunked long ago along with falsely calling the country the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism — what applies overwhelmingly to the US and its imperial partners, not the Islamic Republic.
    May and June false flags wrongfully blamed on Iran, with US fingerprints all over them, weren't convincing enough to enlist world community support for confronting the country militarily.
    Things are heading ominously in this direction because of the Trump regime's rage to topple its government.
    DJT saying he's willing to talk to Iran with no preconditions is subterfuge for wanting unconditional Iranian surrender to his regime's demands, returning the country to US client state status, a fascist dictatorship Washington controls, what its 1979 revolution eliminated.
    The US doesn't negotiate. It demands, why talks with sovereign independent countries accomplish nothing. Rare exceptions prove the rule.
    Security Council affirmation of the JCPOA nuclear deal made it binding international law. Trump illegally pulled out anyway. Europe has gone along by failing to observe its provisions, likely dooming the deal if something positive doesn't turn things around.
    The same goes for possible Trump regime war on Iran, things heading ominously in this direction.
    Israel, the Saudis, UAE, and Britain will likely join a US coalition of the willing against Iran if Trump intends to attack the country.
    Pompeo and Bolton are seeking partners for aggression against the Iran, pressing other nations go along with what no one should support.
    They're selling war based on Big Lies and deception, repeating a familiar formula used time and again earlier by the US to build coalitions for naked aggression — the supreme high crime against peace.
    In Israel, Bolton turned truth on its head, saying Iran "should give up (its) pursuit of deliverable nuclear weapons (no evidence suggests it seeks, just the opposite)," adding:
    "They should make that strategic step (sic). They have not done it yet (sic)." All US/Israeli accusations against Iran are bald-faced Big Lies.
    Raging hawk Bolton sounded ludicrously claimed "US diplomats (sic) are surging across the Middle East seeking a path to peace," a notion Republicans and undemocratic Dems abhor.
    He repeated a further litany of bald-faced Big Lies about Iran, including falsely saying "(t)here is simply no evidence that Iran has made the strategic decision to renounce nuclear weapons and open realistic discussion to demonstrate that decision (sic)."
    There is simply no evidence that the US under Trump or any other president seeks world peace and stability.
    No US president since Jack Kennedy pursued this objective. His transformation in office from warrior to peacemaker led to his demise, CIA assassins eliminating him.
    The lesson hasn't been lost on his successors, no US president diverging from the nation's permanent war agenda since that time, especially post-9/11, opening the gates of hell to multiple endless wars of aggression — a bonanza for the US military, industrial, security, media complex.
    Is Iran next on the US target list? Is war on the country inevitable?
    Is it a major false flag away, something much more serious than May and June incidents, US casualties likely needed to enlist world community and public support!
    Hostile remarks like Bolton falsely calling Iran "the source of belligerence and aggression" aren't persuasive enough.
    On Monday, Pompeo held talks with UAE and Saudi officials in Dubai, figures needing no convincing about waging war on Iran.
    He seeks support from Middle East, Asian and European countries to confront the (nonexistent Iranian) military threat.
    What sells regionally doesn't go down well elsewhere. Trump's record is well-documented.
    He escalated wars he inherited, withdrew from the SC-adopted the JCPOA nuclear deal, insulted Islam by illegally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's exclusive capital, and his geopolitical team is going all-out to enlist allies for war on Iran.
    That's what the scourge of imperialism is all about.
    The possible mother of all US post-9/11 wars of aggression against Iran risks boiling over the already war-torn region.
    If Russia aids its Iranian ally as it did in Syria to combat US-supported terrorism, WW III could follow by accident or design.
    That's why it's crucial to prevent to prevent the US from attacking Iran. Minimally it would be catastrophic for the nation and its people.
    At worst, a war extending well beyond the region with nuclear weapons would be ominously possible.
    Having these weapons risks using them. Father of the US nuclear navy Admiral Hyman Rickover told congressional members in the 1980s that when nations go to war, they'll use all weapons in their arsenal needed to win.
    If nuclear-armed America attacks Russia for aiding Iran against US aggression, Rickover's warning could come home to roost with potentially devastating consequences.

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