Iran Threatened To Name Politicians Who Took Bribes To Pass Nuclear Deal

Authored by Joe via ILoveMyFreedom.org,

President Trump announced early this week that the US will withdraw from the deceptive Iranian nuclear deal. President Trump made his position on the terrible Iran deal clear during his 2016 campaign.

This didn’t stop former Secretary of State John Kerry from acting as a rogue government agent against the Trump administration, in order to redeem the lame deal with the oppressive Iranian regime.

Many have referred to this as “Shadow diplomacy,” we prefer to call it treason.

The President was quick to call Kerry out:

During his speech to the NRA, Trump criticized Kerry for his fundamental role in negotiating the Iran deal.

“We have the former administration as represented by John Kerry, not the best negotiator we’ve ever seen,” Trump stated. 

“He never walked away from the table, except to be in that bicycle race where he fell and broke his leg.”

Naturally, the Iranian regime is extremely upset with President Trump and his decision to re-impose a great number of sanctions on Iran.

Here’s where it gets good...

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari has just warned Western politicians that if they do not put pressure on the Trump administration the Iranian regime will leak the names of all officials who accepted bribes to pass the disastrous deal in the first place!

Stay tuned, and grab the popcorn!

We know someone will...

Comments

RumpleShitzkin Sun, 05/13/2018 - 18:51 Permalink

Here it comes!

 

Told you, motherfuckers. You gonna learn what this ‘deal’ was straight from the party involved.

 

get your forks ready. You are about to eat a shitload of words.

BeanusCountus revolla Sun, 05/13/2018 - 19:28 Permalink

Who gives a shit?  Bring it.  Will make great reading, and always love a “follow the money” story.  Especially if Donald gets to name a “special counsel” to investigate names that just might include Clinton Foundation, Kerry’s family, etc, etc.  And if it’s fake (like maybe the “dossier”), even better.  Tit for Tat.

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tmosley bananas Sun, 05/13/2018 - 19:37 Permalink

If it is true, this is an attempt by the Iranians to curry favor with Trump. After their leader signed off on the release of the photo of him reading "Fire and Fury", that is a TREMENDOUS sign.

We are not far from peace in the Middle East. Don't allow yourself to be demoralized by the traitors who come here for that very purpose.

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MillionDollarButter DingleBarryObummer Sun, 05/13/2018 - 19:48 Permalink

Seeing how the Shah was the US's puppet, the US should be forced to adhere to the NPT, as it was effectively the US that signed it.  But the people willing to send the US to war with Russia to hide their own misdeeds (such as these bribes) should be strung up from lampposts without a trial.  Even if they were noble bribes that secured a good deal. The perps are going to send Kerry in to negotiate a second blackmail payment.

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Shemp 4 Victory MoreSun Sun, 05/13/2018 - 21:47 Permalink

The only source for this is the unsourced tweet of an unknown "expert" named Raman Ghavami whose other tweets have a distinct pro-Israeli government/anti-Iranian government slant to them.

If you've fallen for this ridiculous story, you really should just go back to the comfort of watching mind-numbing tripe from the MSNBC/FoxNews/CNN brainwasheries.

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NiggaPleeze DjangoCat Sun, 05/13/2018 - 23:09 Permalink

President Trump made his position on the terrible Iran deal clear during his 2016 campaign.

It's terrible because ... you hate Iranians and want them to suffer so you wish to sanction them?  Oh wait .. you love Israel and you want it to dominate and oppress the Middle East and so you wish to make Iran weak and easy for Israel to bomb and destroy.

This didn’t stop former Secretary of State John Kerry from acting as a rogue government agent against the Trump administration, in order to redeem the lame deal with the oppressive Iranian regime.

The oppressor here is Trump.  I don't see Iranian government sanctioning their own people.  And while at it, it's not just Trump prohibiting US companies from doing business with Iran, he tries to take his trade war global by force.  Hopefully the rest of the world will finally tell the US and it's fucking nauseous imperialism to fuck off and die.

Many have referred to this as “Shadow diplomacy,” we prefer to call it treason.

Hmm, Iran is not an enemy so it can't be treason.  Fact is you don't know what Kerry discussed with the Iranians. 

Shemp4Victory is correct, too, this "I Love My Freedom" blog is one guy in a basement who knows nothing about Iran or the JCPOA (but is full of hate), and nobody can find the source of the hasbars troll Raman Ghavami's tweet.

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JSBach1 NiggaPleeze Mon, 05/14/2018 - 00:46 Permalink

I cannot find any source material to corroborate this fanciful claim other than this article...

And a QAnon (who is a known psy-ops):

https://twitter.com/chadkanera/status/995509642099802114

And gatewaypundit (yes Kerry supposedly met with officials but there is NO evidence any threat to oust names was EVER made):

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/05/oh-boy-iranian-regime-threatens…

If you follow the PressTV link provided by gatewaypundit it brings up a 2015 piece that obviously has NO ties whatsoever to any names nor brides!!!

The best evidence can be gleaned from Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif's own Twitter account...again NO SUCH MENTION WHATSOEVER:

https://mobile.twitter.com/JZarif

This must be another Trump Zionist propaganda piece aimed at Iran (and its supposed ties to 9/11 right?!!!!)

It has all the hallmarks of a fake piece of fake news...it just does not make any sense whatsoever! They are desperate in their ensuing campaign against Iran to throw sh*t at the wall in hopes of something sticking. Don't fall for their propaganda...we are on a roll at uncovering all of it!

Just follow this Raman Ghavami (a Mossad invention?) Twitter account to get a taste of his/her motivations:

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/994944844861706240

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/995233384237621249

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/995348717090861056

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/994949553710301185

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/995287531347378178

https://twitter.com/Raman_Ghavami/status/995045389358305280

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MK ULTRA Alpha nmewn Sun, 05/13/2018 - 21:32 Permalink

There will most likely be a naval engagement between the US and Iranians. The Iranians aren't going to bend politically. This is what the Saudis are angling for, the total embargo on Iranian oil through a militarization of the Persian Gulf.

Previous administration policy was Iranian speed boats threatening the US Navy was something to be tolerated. It remains to be seen if an incident will set off a pre-planned naval war.

The Persian Gulf is Iran's weakness. A total lock down would cause the Iranians to fight. The Iranians would be able to sink a US ship or two this time. This would add to the propaganda value for US propaganda in the beginning. Good cover for the plan, a US ship is sunk by Iran. (the last naval engagement cost Iran all it's ships, this time is different, Iran has many naval weapons which would take time to destroy and cause the US Navy damage and ships sunk.)

This is a hypothetical scenario, but it's something to think about. The Saudis are at war with Iran, the Persian Gulf is the best battle ground and the result would be a wrecked Iranian economy and a much weaker Iran. Saudi Arabia would control the flow of oil from the Persian Gulf.

We're approaching the period for war, the battle lines are being announced daily. Will there be a greater war in Syria? yes, will it spill over into the Persian Gulf as a naval war?

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NiggaPleeze nmewn Mon, 05/14/2018 - 07:08 Permalink

Iranians don't wear head towels, those are sheiks and Saudis.

And Kim hasn't gone begging to anyone, certainly not the Orangutan, who is about as astute on world affair as you.  Except he does love orb holding and sword dancing with the barbarian Saudis (Wahhabi supremacists) and taking it hard from barbarian Israelis (Jew supremacists).

 

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el buitre bananas Sun, 05/13/2018 - 20:42 Permalink

Has it occurred to anyone here that the Iranians didn't really care whether they had a partial return of the money confiscated from them in 1979 in pallets or wire transfer?  It was the Obama administration that wanted it transferred in cash so they could take their vig off the top.  A couple of extra pallets mixed in with the Heinz 57.  In a way, it really doesn't reflect one way or another on the Iranians or the deal itself, just the corruption of the US deep state.  Kerry is probably trying to get the numbers straight (i.e. phony) with the Iranians so his cut doesn't become obvious.  I would also like to point out that this is not the first time a US administration has sent billions in cash on pallets in planes.  As I recall, a very controversial $6 Billion in Franklins was sent in the early days of Iraqi "reconstruction," under Boy Bush which promptly went totally missing and unaccounted for.  As to the fucking Logan Act of 1799, it was pushed through by the wannabee autocrat Federalist John Adams who was pissed at some American who was dealing with the French back then.  It had two indictments in the 19th century and no convictions.  Nothing in the last 170 years.  Probably unconstitutional and a violation of the First Amendment.  But it doesn't have a statue of limitations, so I think the first indictment should be of Dennis Rodman.  Throw the fucking book at him.  Probably divulged some national security back court defenses to Kim.  But in summary, I would love to see Mr. Ed in the clink for embezzlement.  I would love to see the Hildabeast on the gallows for mass murder, and that goes for the Neocons who, with their Mossad friends, pulled off the 9/11 false flag.  Cheney has had more than his fair share of other people's hearts.

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mailll bananas Sun, 05/13/2018 - 20:28 Permalink

Just thought I'd throw this in...Our opinions still stand on any news articles whether it is real news or fake news.  And the truth of any news is that we don't know if it is true or false, it's only a matter of whether we believe it or not.

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