American Foreign Policy on Iran (Ilan Berman)

Look at what the JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) associated Ilan Berman had to say about confronting Iran (for AIPAC/Israel) in the following C-SPANWashington Journal’ segment that aired this morning:
American Foreign Policy on Iran (Ilan Berman):
Look at the mention of Ilan Berman’s association with JINSA at the bottom of the following URL:
‘Doug from Boston‘ (who stuck him about his association with JINSA in the C-SPANWashington Journal‘ segment above as the first caller) was referenced at the following CAMERA URL as well: 
The head of CAMERA was also the head of JINSA:
Keep in mind that Colin Powell (Colonel Wilkerson was Colin Powell’s assistant) had conveyed (for Washington Post correspondent/editor Karen Deyoung’s bio book about him) that the ‘JINSA crowd’ was in control of the Pentagon (via JINSA/PNAC/AEI associated Dick Cheney whose wife was/still is a fellow up at AEI) as Steve Sniegoski discusses such in his ‘The Transparent Cabal’ book as well:
‘The Transparent Cabal’ mentioned in ‘The Independent’ (UK) newspaper
Robert Fisk mentions the JINSA connection with Dick Cheney in the following article which initially appeared in ‘The Independent’ as well:
Bush’s Contempt of the World
Thinking About Neoconservatism

House Overwhelmingly Approves More Sanctions Against Iran (for AIPAC)

Bill Aims to Bar Gasoline From Iran

Must watch Dutch documentary on the Israeli Lobby (the interviews to include with John Mearsheimer are in English):

The Israel Lobby. Portrait of a Great Taboo :

AIPAC’s Push for War with Iran

Here is a Google video for the English version of that Dutch AIPAC documentary (must watch especially for what Lawrence Wilkerson mentions about WW 3 at the end!):

Additional at following URL:

U.S. Middle East policy motivated by pro-Israel lobby

Obama’s Foolish and Unjust Policy on Iran and Nuclear Weapons

2 Responses to “American Foreign Policy on Iran (Ilan Berman)”

  • Patriot says:

    Ilan Berman mentioned by Phil Giraldi in following article as well:

    Many Voices Singing One Song:

    JINSA associate Ilan Berman mentioned how the clock is running out on Iran as well in his C-SPAN ‘Washington Journal’ segment linked above:

    Mullen worries about Iran running out clock on U.S

    By ANNE GEARAN, AP National Security Writer Anne Gearan, Ap National Security Writer
    1 hr 40 mins ago

    ABOARD A U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT – The top U.S. military officer said Sunday he does not assume Iran’s brief seizure of an Iraqi oil well is part of an orchestrated plan in Tehran to threaten its neighbors.

    Adm. Mike Mullen also said he’s worried about “the clock now running” on the Obama administration’s efforts at trying to keep the lines of communication open with Iran. The administration had given a rough deadline of the end of 2009 for Iran to respond to an offer of engagement and show that it would allay world concerns about its nuclear program.

    Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, supports that offer, and has said any military strike on Iran, whether by Israel or the United States, should be a last resort.

    The U.S. and others worry that Iran’s program is intended to develop nuclear weapon. Iran says its work is peaceful and designed to generate electricity but has defied international demands to prove it is not trying to build an atomic bomb.

    The administration is now beginning a push to get international support for additional penalties against Iran as a result, and Mullen suggested he thinks that backing was there.

    “I think signals are very clearly in the air that another set of sanctions, another resolution, that that’s coming,” he said.

    “I grow increasingly concerned that the Iranians have been non-responsive. I’ve said for a long time we don’t need another conflict in that part of the world,” he said. “I’m not predicting that would happen, but I think they’ve got to get to a position where they are a constructive force and not a destabilizing force.”

    The administration is concerned about Iran’s refusal to carry through on a tentative deal struck in October that called for Iran to ship the majority of its low-enriched uranium out of the country in exchange for fuel to run a research reactor.

    The deal was seen by the U.S. and its negotiating partners as a step toward building confidence in Iran’s claim that its nuclear program is designed entirely to generate power, not weapons.

    The administration also stepped up the momentum toward sanctions after the revelation in September that Iran was secretly building a second uranium-enrichment facility near the holy city of Qom.

    Mullen, who spoke to reporters while flying from Germany back to the U.S., said the oil well incident adds to his concerns about Iran’s intentions toward neighboring Iraq and the rest of the world.

    “I worry a great deal about … Iran and destabilizing as opposed to stabilizing,” he said.

    “And I worry about, you know, the clock now running on the dialogue and the engagement and sort of, where are we if that doesn’t finish well? And certainly recent indications are … they’re not very responsive.”

    Meanwhile in Washington, senior Obama adviser David Axelrod said time was running out for Iran to cooperate.

    “The international community is going to have to deal with that if they don’t change their minds,” he said. “I think that the world is united and is willing to take additional steps if the Iranians don’t turn around. … Plainly, there are going to be consequences if they don’t turn around.”

    Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said the administration should act on its own to punish Iran and demonstrate support for Iranian dissidents.

    “The president should stand up for the people who are demonstrating and risking their very lives on behalf of freedom on the streets of Tehran,” he said. “Let’s make it very clear we are with these people who are struggling for freedom as we always have.”

    Axelrod spoke on ABC’s “This Week,” while McCain appeared on “Fox News Sunday.”

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