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All To Damage an Ally

By Patrick Van Roy On March 1st, 2021

The Jews and the Saudi’s are a Problem for the Biden Administration. So far President Biden has insulted both, and cut Arms Supplies to both. Over the past 4 years immense progress has been made ending the Arab-Israeli War that has been going on it’s current form since the 6 Day War. Not always active fighting, but always active Hostility.

Over the past 4 years that Active Hostility has been put aside. Nothing really changed to cause this cease in Hostility, the Jews are still in Israel, and the Pallies still don’t have a State….. So why?

Very simple the threat Iran poses to them all.  Yes there was one other part to it… the part where the U.S. said if you don’t settle with the Jews when the Iranians come don’t ask the U.S. for help.  It’s amazing how they just forgot about the Pallies….

Now though the Biden Administration has thrown that all in the toilet. The only thing they are interested in is reviving the Iran Nuclear Deal. Even before officially negotiating with Iran Biden has removed ALL sanctions… gee that’s a hell of a negotiation strategy. Give them everything, take away your leverage, and then negotiate. It’s the Biden Way…

So that brings us to the Murder of Khashoggi. Everyone knows the Saudi’s did it. We’ve known this for years. The entire world has known it. No one is going to do a thing about it. What are they going to do, not buy Saudi Oil? I think not. The only reason for the Biden Administration making this fuss now is to get feathers in it’s cap with Iran.

So we are insulting, embarrassing, and cutting supplies off to Allies over this Man….

A humanitarian he was not. Jamal Khashoggi befriended Osama bin Laden, supported Hamas, prayed for the annihilation of Israel, fanned the flames for jihadist terror throughout the Middle East, supported the Muslim Brotherhood uprisings during the Arab Spring, was an anti-Semitic Holocaust denier, and lavished praise upon countless terrorist warlords. These unreported realities remind us that Khashoggi was a totalitarian Islamist to his core, and the evidence for that is overwhelming. One could write a book length article on Khashoggi’s radicalism, but that would be missing the point, because none of the information you are reading about Jamal Khashoggi has anything to do with Jamal Khashoggi.

The disinformation surrounding the Khashoggi narrative was plentiful, as expected. None of the aforementioned inconvenient facts about Mr. Khashoggi made it into the outraged articles demanding “justice.” And similar to the Trump-Russia collusion campaigns, there was hardly a kernel of truth to any of it. But that wasn’t the point. Khashoggi is being utilized to win a hearts and minds campaign against Saudi Arabia and other longtime U.S. allies, and to muddy the waters between friends and foes, in order to revert back to the way the U.S. was doing business under the Obama Administration.

So we must embarrass the Saudi’s over this guy… I agree killing him was wrong, and when it happened the INTERNATIONAL community should have punished them, but they didn’t.

The Biden Administration however is setting up a War in the Middle East, and it’s backing people who chant “Death to America” in it’s streets daily, and is willing to weaken an Ally over a POS.

15 Responses to “All To Damage an Ally”

  1. Very tight US sanctions on Iran remain in place and I don’t see talk of removing them preemptively.

    Below link is from the State Department website

    There is legal US trade with Iran, but very little of it.


  2. go to 2:28…..


    and start reading those executive orders…. you know the 65 he’s passed…..

  3. Biden withdraws Trump’s restoration of UN sanctions on Iran
    Feb 19, 2021 · UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Biden administration on Thursday rescinded former president Donald Trump’s restoration of U.N. sanctions on Iran, an announcement that could help Washington move toward rejoining the 2015 nuclear agreement aimed at reining in the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

    Biden withdraws Trump’s restoration of UN sanctions on Iran
    Feb 18, 2021 · The Biden administration on Thursday rescinded former president Donald Trump’s restoration of U.N. sanctions on Iran an announcement that could help Washington move toward rejoining the 2015 …

  4. US sanctions on Iran are very much still in place.

    The fact that the sanctions remain are the big reason why Iran isn’t ready to negotiate with the US at this time.

  5. so that executive order is Fake ?

    and Trump never put Sanctions on Iran and all the news stories are also fake?

  6. This is FAKE….

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Biden administration on Thursday rescinded former president Donald Trump’s restoration of U.N. sanctions on Iran, an announcement that could help Washington move toward rejoining the 2015 nuclear agreement aimed at reining in the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

    Acting U.S. Ambassador Richard Mills sent a letter to the U.N. Security Council on behalf of President Joe Biden saying the United States “hereby withdraws” three letters from the Trump administration culminating in its Sept. 19 announcement that the United States had re-imposed U.N. sanctions on Tehran.

    Mills said in the letter obtained by The Associated Press that sanctions measures terminated in the 2015 council resolution endorsing the nuclear deal with six major powers, but restored by Trump in September, “remain terminated.”

    Trump pulled the United States out of the agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA, in 2018, accusing Iran of serious violations.

    Biden has said the United States wants to rejoin the pact and the State Department said Thursday the U.S. would accept an invitation from the European Union to attend a meeting of the participants in the original agreement — Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and Iran.

    The Trump administration’s decision to invoke a provision in the 2015 council resolution allowing the “snapback” of sanctions because Iran was in “significant non-performance” with its obligations under the accord was ignored by the rest of the Security Council and the world.

    The overwhelming majority of members in the 15-nation council called Trump’s action illegal, because the U.S. was no longer a member of the JCPOA.

    U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the United Nations would not support re-imposing sanctions on Iran as the United States was demanding until he got a green light from the Security Council. He said there was “uncertainty” on whether or not former secretary of state Mike Pompeo had triggered the “snapback” mechanism

    All that is FAKE…. the AP made it up?

    Why would they Lie?

  7. Patrick

    Just for the record. You think that Khashoggi got what he deserved and that Trump was right to be cool with it?

  8. Read carefully

    I said -US- sanctions

    They remain fully in force.

    And they sting.

  9. The US should not have any unilateral right to speak for the UN.

    It can set its own policies, and should not attempt to speak for anyone else, and we should not force others to do what we wish

  10. Why not?

    We pay for everything.

  11. so now even if we go by what you feel is right, and we should not be able to impose international sanctions…. like Trump did, he still did it and Biden still took what he did off before getting anything from them.

    And that’s fine as President foreign affairs are his domain and his domain imperially. I am very concerned about any alliance with Iran, any deal like the Obama deal that gives them a legitimate pathway to the bomb.

    I feel this way for two reasons.

    1) When Iran gets a deliverable bomb they will use it.

    2) All our Allies in the region are being betrayed, because they are ALL Iranian targets.

    So do you believe cozying up to the Iranians is a) safe, and b) not a betrayal to our allies?

  12. No country should be able to force other countries to sanction third countries, for any reason.

    This kind of thing causes the most enormous resentment , a bad that outweighs any good that may be sought.

    Persuade, don’t hector, overpower, bludgeon smaller nations. That’s how you get things done.

  13. and if they can’t be persuaded not to build nukes and threaten their neighbors

    A) we shouldn’t care.
    B) we use aggressive sanctions.
    C) we Bomb them and send in troops.

    Those are the only 3 options if a country is hostile, or do you just not consider Iran hostile?

  14. The purpose of the Iran deal was that they would not build nuclear weapons.

    That was a negotiated deal that worked until the incompetent Trump messed it up.

    Iran is hostile, but you can negotiate with them.

    And I’m all for pushing Iran not to meddle – but Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UAE, the USA and others may want to stop meddling in the region so much also.

  15. no it gave them a 9 year Path to get one Phantom. The Obama deal held them for 10yrs and then they could build nuclear weapons and would be sanctioned as ok.

    It never stopped them nor was it designed to.