Will Congress Sabotage Peace Talks With Iran In Advance?

This week, Congress is considering two pieces of legislation relating to Iran. The first undermines a diplomatic solution with Iran and lowers the bar for war. The second authorizes a war of choice against Iran and begins military preparations for it.



Despite the fact that all inspectors have found no evidence of an Iranian nuclear weapons program, Obama had this to say:

President Obama on Saturday claimed Iran’s nuclear program is a “grave concern” for world leaders, and said the U.S. and its allies were prepared to heap yet more sanctions on the country…


Are you ready for another war?  With Russia and China?


The Republican led House has voted to allow U.S. military action against Iran if the regime threatens the U.S. or it’s allies (Israel) with nuclear weapons.

According to a section of the National Defense Authorization Act, “it shall be the policy of the United States to take all necessary measures, including military action if required, to prevent Iran from threatening the United States, its allies or Iran’s neighbors with a nuclear weapon,” reported Raw Story.

The use of the word threaten literally makes it possible for the U.S. to attack Iran whenever they please by simply claiming that they were threatening us regardless of the reality of the situation…


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