Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, Patriot and Infidel.
Perhaps bowing to Iran and its theocratic mullahs and removing Iran from the U.S. list of terrorist countries, has to be right up there among the most idiotic of Obama’s numerous unconstitutional efforts he has put forth to date using his pen, phone and unconstitutional executive orders.
Then again Iranian Terrorists, killing Muslims in Iran has a nice ring to it. More proof that these cock roaches kill for the sake of killing just to satiate their inbred lust for blood.
Obama and his ill-equipped state department may be incapable of using Muslim and terrorist in the same sentence, however Iran still remains along with North Korea, the biggest supporter of terrorist, supplying fighters and equipment over most of the globe.
- Iran and North Korea pose dangerous threats to U.S. national security interests.
- Iran is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism and seeks one of the world’s most terrifying weapons: a nuclear bomb.
- Iran also has developed the largest ballistic missile force in the Middle East, which poses a growing threat to U.S. bases, U.S. allies, and numerous other countries in the region.
- North Korea has likely developed six to eight nuclear weapons and claims it can already hit the continental United States with nuclear warheads.
- New North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has shown himself to be just as belligerent and dangerous as his predecessors. Pyongyang will continue to conduct additional provocative acts in order to achieve its foreign policy objectives.
- Washington should deploy a robust and comprehensive missile defense system to defend against ballistic missile threats from both rogue states.
They must be stopped.
That will not happen until Obama is removed, legally from office.
by Shadi Paveh • April 20, 2015
“Terrorism is not only achieved by bombs but also by terrorizing citizens for generations through executions. Is the hanging of 700 persons since the beginning of the ‘moderate’ Mr. Rouhani’s presidency… not a form of terrorism?” — Mina Ahadi, Founder, ICAE.
“During the P5+1 nuclear talks there was absolute silence with regards to the high rate of executions and human rights violations in Iran. Because of this silence, this matter has taken a turn for the worse.” — Mina Ahadi, Founder, ICAE.
“We would like to request that the Islamic Republic of Iran be held accountable by the International community and… sanctions to be placed on the regime for the high rate of executions.” — Mina Ahadi, Founder, ICAE.
As this article was going to press five more people were hanged in the Central Prison of Karaj.
After Iran’s “nuclear talks,” and after it was comfortably removed as a terrorism threat from the “Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Communities,” the International Committee Against Executions (ICAE) reported approximately 55 executions in fewer than three weeks across Iran.
According to Mina Ahadi, Founder of ICAE, various prisoners or their families had contacted her office weeks before the killings.
Prison authorities, they said, had told the prisoners that they had received orders from “above” to “cleanse” a large of number of the prisoners rapidly after the P5+1 talks.
The vast majority of these prisoners had been sentenced to death for non-lethal offences in trials that, according to activists, often fell dramatically short of international standards.
In an interview with Gatestone, Ms. Ahadi stated:
Entire article below.