On June 8, 2019, an open letter was posted in the form of a petition addressed to Shinzō Abe and Heiko Maas. 4,000 Iranians signed this petition, asking these two diplomats not to appease Iran's fascist regime.
The web of deceit the Obama White house advisor and agent Benjamin Rhodes wove in to con the American people into believing that the alternative to the Iran Nuclear Deal (otherwise known as the JCPOA) was imminent war, leading to a hasty signing of the disastrous JCPOA. The fraudulent “echo chamber” was coordinated with NIAC.
These acrimonious yet empty propaganda campaigns by agents masquerading as journalists not only contribute little to fostering democracy in Iran, they undermine the democracy in the US. And that is a primal fear that reverberates within the Iranian-American community.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s s greatest asset is not its military capability or militias, it is their intelligentsia abroad that include academics, journalists, lobbyists and writers that have enabled the regime to defy all odds and survive this long.
The key to realizing that goal is for the U.S. to continue President Trump’s policy of isolating Iran’s dictatorship, both economically and politically. For the first time in four decades, Washington appears to have gotten Iran policy right.
Obama White House staffers have willfully maintained regular contact with Tehran since the Democratic Party lost the 2016 US elections. Furthermore, they continue to brief Democratic members of Congress on their activities.
In 2015, as the signing of the JCPOA neared, MIchael Rubin predicted that NIAC Action, the Iranian regime's lobby in the US, will fail. He was right.
The Trump administration has been taking a long overdue hardline stance against Iranian terrorism and subversion. However, a shadowy Washington-based, pro-Iranian lobbying group is working under the radar with leftist Democrats to undermine the president’s policies.
The Buraq Project by novelist MJ Javani has all the elements of a good spy novel: conspiracies, intelligence, counterintelligence, global threat, and of course, romance. The novel is written by an author with firsthand knowledge of the threats, operations, and the complexities associated with them.
Jason Rezaian does not have the “Stockholm Syndrome.” Mechanically echoing NIAC’s rhetoric, he has always been the Manchurian Candidate for the mullahs.