As for this question, I think that people around President Trump shown below give problematic remarks. Unlike in the case of the Obama administration, they probably give honest remarks, and for just that reason, the administration is in a precarious situation. U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis in the first article points out that “Iran is the biggest sponsor state of terrorism.” It is a very questionable comment because the biggest sponsor state of terrorism in the world is undiniably the U.S. Michael Flynn’s remark on Iran’s recent missile experiments described in the second article sounds strange. The remark seems to be nothing but harassment on Iran.
We can see Iran’s counterargument described in the three to five articles. What they say is exactly right. Iraq greatly appreciates Iran for its efforts in wars against terrorism. It seems that President Trump is dissatisfied with Iraqi rapid approaching to Iran. However, this serves the U.S. right because the U.S. has adopted a too awful foreign policy in the Middle East. It is “clear to all” that Iran plays an important role in stability in the Middle East. Iran’s Foreign Minister Spokesman Qasemi says: “Instead of appreciating Iranian nation for ceaseless campaign against terrorism, the U.S. government repeats baseless claims and adopts unwise policies, thus helping terrorist groups in practice.” That is exactly right.
In Iran, believers in various religions coexist and live happily and furthermore they accept large numbers of refugees. In spite of persistent harassment by the West, Iran still maintains a high level of stability and peace. In some way, it is an amazing nation. That’s because Iranian leaders have probably higher level of awareness than those in other countries.
It seems that people in the Trump administration feel hostility toward Iran. I am not sure whether it is based on religious prejudice or not. They might feel the same feeling toward China. They seem to be belligerent people. It is understandable that Mr. Paul Craig Roberts worries about them.
I dreamed a strange dream a week or so ago. I saw a group of four or five men in military uniform in front of me. I thought that they were apparently people in the Trump administration. However, they were nearly as tall as early elementary school children, though they were grownups, and they looked so immature. I was amazed at how spiritually immature they were while dreaming a dream. Then I woke up. This dream exactly symbolizes what I think of the Trump administration.
I highly evaluate their confrontation with the Cabal. However, they have a narrow view of things, and yet they were members of the Cabal until recently.
I highly evaluate Mr. Corey Goode. The SSP Council with which Mr. Corey Goode exchanges information through Lt. Col. Gonzales are fighting with the Cabal now for full disclosure of information. However, they were actually members of the Cabal until recently and they have not always established a good relationship with Mr. Corey Goode. Instead, according to Mr. Corey Goode, the SSP Council tried to exclude him from the negotiation.
What does it mean? Those who stand up against and fight with the Cabal are relatively righteous compared to the Cabal but they are not always pure-hearted people. There are only a few people like Mr. Corey Goode who are good-natured. This example clearly shows my viewpoint about the Trump administration.
February 4, 2017
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
Translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Jiji Dot Com – February 4, 2017 –
U.S. military buildup in Middle East is not necessary, Iran is the “biggest sponsor state of terrorism in the world” – U.S. Defense Secretary
Visiting U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis, in a joint conference with Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada on 4, pointed out that Iran is the “biggest sponsor state of terrorism” and emphasized that the concern over Iran should never be ignored.
Mr. Mattis pointed out: “Iran engages in illegal and illicit activities from Lebanon, Syria to Bahrain and Yemen.”
On 3, U.S. Department of the Treasury made an announcement of additional sanctions on Iran as countermeasure against a medium-range ballistic missile test Iran carried out in late January.
English translation of the Japanese version of ParsToday – February 2, 2017 –
U.S. official repeats anti-Iran claims
U.S. President’s National Security Advisor Michel Flynn …<snip> said: “Iraqi recent missile test violates the U.N. Security Council resolution 2231.”
White House Press Secretary Spicer also said: “President Trump unyieldingly opposes to the nuclear agreement with Ira and six countries as well as the consequences resulting from it.”
In response to the claims on Iran by the U.S. official, the press secretary, EU senior delegate in Iran, emphasized: “Iran observes resolutions on the nuclear agreement and missile tests in Iran do not violate such agreement.”
Iran has repeatedly expressed: “Any missiles in Iran are not designed to mount nuclear warheads. Iran observes the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).”
English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – February 3, 2017 –
President Trump – I am not ‘kind’ to Iran like President Obama
President Trump said that he is not ‘kind’ to Iran like his predecessor President Obama.
President Trump tweeds: “Iran is playing with fire. They don’t appreciate how President Obama was kind to them. Not me!”
The Trump administration is preparing to impose new sanctions on Iran. <snip> The sanctions are imposed in response to Iraqi recent ballistic missile test. This sanction appears to be irrelevant to the agreement with Iran concerning peaceful purposes of nuclear program.
Reprinted from the Japanese article of ParsToday – February 3, 2017 –
Iran’s Foreign Minister Spokesman: “U.S. official’s claims are baseless”
Iran’s Foreign Minister Spokesman, Bahram Qasemi, says: “The claims of the U.S. President’s National Security Advisor are baseless, repeated and provocative.”
In response to the claims on Iran by Assistant to the President Flynn, on 2 on the Friday evening, Qasemi emphasized: “Any missiles in Iraq are not designed to mount nuclear warheads. Therefore, missile tests are not in contradiction with the UN Security Council resolution.”
Furthermore, Qasemi said that instead of appreciating Iranian nation for ceaseless campaign against terrorism, the US government repeats baseless claims and adopts unwise policies, thus helping terrorist groups in practice.
He also said: “Recent decision of the U.S. government to impose travel ban on citizens of certain Muslim countries reveals inattention of the U.S. statesmen to the international laws and regulations.”
Qasemi says: “Instead of making discord, the U.S. is advised to distance itself from the war criminal measures, adopted by its allies in Yemen by its allies.”
“The Islamic Republic of Iran has warned against the measures that are in contradiction with regional and international commitments of the U.S., emphasizing that resort of any threat is not only in contradiction with the mandatory international laws but is also a proof of its failure in the face of the endeavor and resistance of the great Iranian nation before many U.S. administrations,” Qasemi concluded.
English translation of the Japanese version of ParsToday – January 25, 2017 –
Risk of nuclear weapons possessed by Israel to be imposed on the world
The representative of Iran said: “The world has a duty to act together to create a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East by putting pressure on Israel and accelerate the realization of this important task. That’s because Israeli nuclear development plans raise serious concerns among international society.”
The U.S. claims to carry out nuclear development plan, produce small-sized nuclear bombs and create new models of nuclear weapons.
Israel, the only nation in the Middle East that possesses nuclear weapons, always refrains from signing an agreement on abolition of mass-destruction weapons such as the NPT (Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty). It is said that the Zionist regime stockpiles about 300 nuclear warheads.
The Zionist regime, which serves as a main factor in the crisis in the Middle East by its occupation, not only deters establishment of the regional peace but also actually endangers the security of the Middle East and the world by its aggressive tendency to produce nuclear weapons.
According to the Islamic edit of Supreme leader of Iran, the only way to put the global night mare of nuclear war and ensure the security of humanity is to completely abolish such weapons. As long as even one nuclear weapon exists in the world, it is likely that events in Nagasaki and Hiroshima will be repeated.