Iran and the Zionists’ Nuclear Weapons
By Stephen M. St. John 26 October 2009
The genetically engineered onion has been peeled.
The 5+1 monstrosity is down to the final three layers confronting Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna; namely the USA, Russia and France, all acting in synch with the histrionics of the Zionist state after urgent appeals made in private.
So the same bad habit of divide, conquer and impose dependency on Iran persists to the detriment of world peace.
Externally motivated acts of shock and awe inside Iran add spice to the ultimatum in Vienna.
And the Almighty tests those he loves well, and clearly sets proper limits.
This exercise in Vienna is conducted to build western confidence in Iran through the proper channels of the IAEA. But shouldn’t there also be an equalizing force to hold the west to account?
How is it that France passes judgment on Iran after having introduced secret nuclear programs into the Zionist state in violation of the Charters of the United Nations and the IAEA?
Or the USA, whose CIA Chief of Counterintelligence, James Jesus Angleton, undermined JFK’s adamant opposition to the Zionist state’s illegal nuclear weapons program while posing as the poet T. S. Eliot on counterespionage missions in merry England?
Or Russia — the erstwhile USSR — whose spies in the USA were nearly all dedicated Zionists? Why entrust this friend of your enemy with enriched uranium after Russia has procrastinated so devilishly well with the Bushehr and S-300 contracts?
The IAEA has succumbed to Zionist manipulation that should have been deflected to the International Court of Justice where evidence that is fabricated or contrived or secret or speculative will be prevented.
Now the IAEA should post in its lobby these words of the Hebrew prophet Ezekiel, spoken against the Negev, where Dimona is located:
Behold, I will kindle a fire in thee, and it shall devour every green tree in thee, and every dry tree: the flaming flame shall not be quenched, and all faces from the Negev northwards shall be scorched by it. And all flesh shall see that I the Lord have kindled it: it shall not be quenched. (Ezekiel 20: 45-49 or 21: 1-5)
Stephen M. St. John