Global conditions face a "crucial historical juncture." NAM nations must bond against "insecurity, war and hegemony." Cooperating for common aims is key. So is resisting global bullies. Khamenei's comments left no ambiguity. He took direct aim at America, Israel, and rogue partners.
Netanyahu responded predictably. He called honest comments "blood libel." He'll "go to the UN to tell (his distorted version of) the truth about the terror regime of Iran which poses the greatest threat to world peace."
Maybe attending leaders will greet him by walking out. He responds to justifiable criticism with lies and hate filled rhetoric. He and like-minded Israelis menace humanity.
Their agenda is corrosive, destructive, racist, extremist, undemocratic, and hateful. They espouse violence, not peaceful coexistence.
They endorse confrontation over diplomacy. They advocate strength through militarism, intimidation, and naked aggression. They're contemptuous of ethical and moral principles. They call non-Jews unworthy lesser beings. They consider Arabs and other Muslims Untermenschen.
Netanyahu's not welcome in polite company. Too bad he won't change his mind and stay home. New Yorkers won't exhale until he leaves. Pockmarks will remain when he's gone. Imagine what Israelis put up with at home. Perhaps they'll oust him next election.
Perhaps readers will denounce hateful scoundrel media editorials. The Washington Post 's editorial board publishes some of the worst. On August 30, they again targeted Iran.
Baseless accusations followed. We've heard them all before. They long ago wore thin. The Post barely stopped short of urging war. Time's running out to eliminate the Iranian threat, it claimed.
Post editors know, but won't say, that Tehran threatens no one. Its nuclear program is peaceful. It doesn't sponsor terrorism. It denounces it.
It promotes peace and mutual cooperation. It opposes war and divisiveness. It urges other nations bond against America's destructive agenda and house organ broadsheets endorsing it.
Pentagon Chief v. Anti-Iranian Propaganda
Baseless charges confront Iran regularly. War threats follow. Israeli bombast is worst of all. Netanyahu/Barak repeat it ad nauseam.
Lies and fake threats regurgitated enough times get believed. Current IAEA head Yukiya Amano represents Western interests. Washington installed him to lie. He hasn't disappointed.
His latest quarterly report claims Tehran increased its uranium enrichment capacity by 30% since May. It doubled it at its fortified Fordow facility. With no evidence whatever proving it, he claimed it's moving closer to weapon-grade material.
Mark Fitzpatrick is International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) non-proliferation and disarmament program director. He cites baseless reasons for concern about Iran's "increased tempo of enrichment, the larger stockpile of enriched uranium and, most importantly, the additional centrifuges installed in the deeply-buried facility at Fordow."
Amano heightened tensions further. He repeated previous false charges. He claims Iran's Parchin facility covertly conducts suspect explosives tests. He implied nuclear related ones.