It gets UN Secretary-Generals to go along. Ban Ki-moon's one of the worst. He shames the office he holds. He spurns UN Charter principles. He's complicit in war crimes.
He's well rewarded for doing so. He lies for Washington. He's a longstanding imperial tool.
On February 14, the Washington Post headlined "Iran could use UN talks as cover to build bomb, Ban K-moon says."
He knows Iran has no such intention. He lies and claims otherwise. Decisive swift action should prevent what doesn't exist, he urges.
Accelerated action should be prioritized. "We should not give much more time to the Iranians, and we should not waste time," he says. "We have seen what happened with the DPRK."
"It ended up that they (were) secretly, quietly, without any obligations, without any pressure, making progress."
The Security Council must "show a firm, decisive and effective, quick response."
Like America and Israel, he wants Iran to prove a negative. He told Imam Khamenei he's not satisfied with peaceful reassurances. He did so on orders from Washington.
He's "frustrated" about failed international talks. He points fingers the wrong way. He blames Iran for Western intransigency.