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‘We’ll overthrow them!’ Trump’s lawyer stirs up ‘Iran Uprising Summit’ after deadly terrorist attack

Published time: 23 Sep, 2018 05:05
Edited time: 23 Sep, 2018 10:46

© Amr Alfiky / Reuters

The US will overthrow the Iranian government once socio-economic conditions there, shaped by sanctions, are ripe for a revolution, presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani told a cheering crowd on the day of the deadly attack in Ahvaz.

“I don’t know when we’re going to overthrow them. It could be in a few days, months, a couple of years, but it’s going to happen. They’re going to be overthrown, the people of Iran have obviously had enough,” said Giuliani at a so-called ‘Iran Uprising Summit’ held by the Organization of Iranian-American Communities in New York.

Speaking to members of Iranian expat and dissident communities in the US, who are seeking political change in Iran, the 74-year-old lawyer praised Donald Trump’s bullish approach towards Tehran, boasting that sanctions slapped on Iran, after the White House unilaterally withdrew from the internationally-backed nuclear deal in May, are stalling the country’s economy and damaging Iranians’ lives.

“The sanctions are working. The currency is going to nothing … These are the conditions that lead to successful revolution, and, God willing, non-violent revolution,” he said.

While the US administration has vowed to maintain economic pressure on the Islamic Republic with more sanctions to come into force on November 4 to target Iran’s energy sector, the State Department immediately distanced itself from Giuliani’s comments, stressing that Trump’s personal lawyer does not speak for the administration.

The imposition of sanctions has impacted Iran’s economy and caused the country’s currency to drop in value. The worsening socio-economic conditions have also led to street demonstrations across the country. While Tehran has acknowledged the people’s right to demonstrate, it urged the public to do so in a civil and a peaceful manner. At the same time, the Iranian leadership pinned the blame for sporadic violence on the US and their allies, accusing them of pushing for a regime change in the country.

While Trump has never been shy of supporting the opposition in Iran, his National Security Advisor John Bolton recently noted that a straightforward “regime change” in the country is not being considered by the administration. “Just to be clear, regime change in Iran is not American policy. But what we want is massive change in the regime’s behavior,” Bolton told Reuters in August.

Giuliani’s anti-Tehran comments came immediately after the Iranian supreme leader accused the US and its regional “puppets” of instigating the deadly shooting attack at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz that killed at least 25 people on Saturday.

After staying silent for hours following the atrocity, the US State Department finally issued a statement saying that Americans “stand with the Iranian people against the scourge of radical Islamic terrorism.” At the same time, however, National Security Council spokesman Garrett Marquis added that the “regime in Tehran” should better focus on keeping its citizens “safe at home.”

R ~ Pretty rich coming from a co-conspirator of 9-11.
Syrian gov’t accuses US Coalition of evacuating ISIS from Deir ez-Zor

By Leith Aboufadel - 2018-09-23

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The Syrian government has accused the US Coalition of evacuating Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists from the Deir ez-Zor Governorate recently.

According to the state-owned Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), Damascus accused the US Coalition of evacuating several Islamic State terrorists via a recent “air landing operation” at the outskirts of Al-Marashida in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

This same allegation was made by the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) on Friday evening; however, no photos or videos were released to corroborate these claims.

The Syrian government has repeatedly accused the US Coalition of aiding the Islamic State forces in southern and eastern Syria.

These accusations began in October 2016, when the US Coalition bombed the Syrian Arab Army troops at Mount Thardeh in Deir ez-Zor.

This deadly attack resulted in the full capture of Mount Thardeh by the Islamic State and the death of more than 100 Syrian Arab Army soldiers.

The US attack on Mount Thardeh is still the deadliest bombing against the Syrian Army in its existence.
Iran summons envoys of UK, Netherlands & Denmark, after military parade attack

Published time: 22 Sep, 2018 20:51
Edited time: 22 Sep, 2018 21:59

© Morteza Jaberian / ISNA / AFP

Tehran has summoned the envoys of three European countries and is accusing them of harboring opposition groups, after an attack at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz claimed over 20 lives and left dozens injured.

"It is not acceptable that these groups are not listed as terrorist organizations by the European Union as long as they have not carried out a terrorist attack in Europe," Bahram Qasemi, Foreign Ministry spokesman, said, as cited by the IRNA news agency.

Up to 25 were people killed and more than 50 others injured after gunmen fired indiscriminately at the crowd during a military parade in the southwestern city of Ahvaz.

The attack has been claimed by the ‘Patriotic Arab Democratic Movement in Ahwaz’ separatist group, which Tehran says is supported by Saudi Arabia.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that his country held “regional terror sponsors and their US masters accountable for such [an] attack.”

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei later also linked the Ahvaz shooting to the US allies in the region.

“This crime is a continuation of the plots of the regional states that are puppets of the United States, and their goal is to create insecurity in our dear country,” Khamenei said on his website, urging security forces to track down those responsible for the attack and bring them to justice.
Meh... he's a jew tool as far as I'm concerned. The parasites will continue to attack SAA & Iranian positions within the borders of Syria with impunity. And Russia will acquiesce.

You're very likely right. Watching...
The World Below / Trump delays order to declassify Russia probe documents
« Last post by Rudi Jan on September 21, 2018, 09:35:47 AM »
Trump delays order to declassify Russia probe documents

Published time: 21 Sep, 2018 14:58
Edited time: 21 Sep, 2018 15:52

© Brian Snyder / Reuters

President Donald Trump has delayed his order to declassify documents related the the FBI’s surveillance of former campaign adviser Carter Page, and asked the Department of Justice to review the documents first.

Trump said on Friday that he met with the Department of Justice, who felt that releasing the documents could have a perceived negative impact on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing ‘Russiagate’ probe, and has received calls from allies asking that the documents not be released, due to their sensitive intelligence content.

Donald J. Trump

 I met with the DOJ concerning the declassification of various UNREDACTED documents. They agreed to release them but stated that so doing may have a perceived negative impact on the Russia probe. Also, key Allies’ called to ask not to release. Therefore, the Inspector General.....
7:35 AM - Sep 21, 2018

Donald J. Trump

 ....has been asked to review these documents on an expedited basis. I believe he will move quickly on this (and hopefully other things which he is looking at). In the end I can always declassify if it proves necessary. Speed is very important to me - and everyone!
7:41 AM - Sep 21, 2018

The president said that he expects the Department’s Inspector General to “move quickly” on reviewing the documents, and warned that regardless of what the DOJ says, he “can always declassify if it proves necessary.”

Trump’s original order to declassify - issued Monday - instructed the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and the Department of Justice – including the FBI – to immediately declassify pages 10-12 and 17-34 of the June 2017 application to the FISA court, used to justify surveillance of Carter Page, as well as “all FBI reports of interviews prepared in connection with all Carter Page FISA applications.”

Trump’s declassification order also applied to FBI interviews with Bruce Ohr, a former DOJ official who met with British spy Christopher Steele, author of the notorious and unverified “Trump dossier” funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign through the opposition research firm Fusion GPS. Ohr’s wife, Nellie, was employed by Fusion GPS at the time.

It also applied to text messages of former FBI Director James Comey and Assistant Director Andrew McCabe, as well as former FBI agent Peter Strzok and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, related to the Russia investigation.

Strzok and Page, who had been having an affair at the time, exchanged a series of anti-Trump text messages in 2016, as they both worked on the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign.

A June report by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that Page and Strzok’s text conversation was “not only indicative of a biased state of mind but, even more seriously, implies a willingness to take official action to impact the presidential candidate’s electoral prospects.”

Democrats and the intelligence community have both opposed declassifying the documents, saying that would interfere with Mueller’s ongoing probe into the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia, and expose sources and methods.

Trump's Republican allies have argued that the documents will show that the FBI’s (and later, Mueller’s) investigation was built on shaky foundations. House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Devin Nunes (R-California) has said that the documents will expose an FBI plot to work against Trump.

Speaking to Fox News host Sean Hannity on Tuesday, Nunes said that Americans are being “force-fed Kool-Aid” regarding the alleged collusion, and that releasing the documents would finally dispel the myth of collusion. 

Trump has broad authority to declassify government documents at a time of his choosing.

R ~ '...could have a perceived negative impact on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing ‘Russiagate’ probe...'- a canard if ever there was one. We've simply redefined 'immediately' by way of legalese. This man is simply not in charge, a toothless tiger.
Heaven Above / Jesus' real message and why the Jews wanted him dead
« Last post by Unrepentant 88 on September 20, 2018, 06:18:06 AM »
Jesus belonged to a sect of Jews called the Essenes who taught that the God called Yahweh, whose worship was introduced by Moses, the founder of the Jewish religion, was not the one true God at all, but was instead the entity that the Jews called Satan, whose purpose was to deceive mankind and lead them astray. This is what Jesus meant when he said to the Jews who accused him of heresy:

"You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and he stood not for the truth, because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature: for he is a liar, and the father of lies."

This view was also supported by the apostle Paul, in his Second Epistle to the Corinthians 4:4, which reads:

"Satan, who is the god of this world, has blinded the minds of those who don’t believe. They are unable to see the glorious light of the gospel."

The Essenes were a sect of Jews who knew that the established form of religion practiced by the mainstream Jews was of a sinister, malevolent nature and that Yahweh, the God that most Jews worshiped, was evil.

Unlike the mainstream Jews of their day, the Essenes did not practice animal sacrifice, were pacifists, and were celibate. They knew the Jews were evil and wanted the Jewish race to die out, hence their adherence to celibacy.

I hope not. But that's only hope in a world where deceit plays into everything man does.

I'm sorry, but I don't see it any other way. I understand biding time, building up your military strength, etc... but to cozy up to the AshkeNAZI black cube saturnists is a mistake. But then, Putin subscribes to "christian" dogma and likely takes the stance that these parasites are their zombie god's "chosen" and shouldn't be eliminated from terra firma.

Meh... he's a jew tool as far as I'm concerned. The parasites will continue to attack SAA & Iranian positions within the borders of Syria with impunity. And Russia will acquiesce.
Putin = Captain Obvious.

Jew Tool. I'm sure he'll invite Bibi to another Immortal Regiment march in Moscow next year.

I hope not. But that's only hope in a world where deceit plays into everything man does.
‘I don’t have an attorney-general’: Trump slams Sessions in Oval Office interview

Published time: 19 Sep, 2018 12:51
Edited time: 19 Sep, 2018 13:08

© Leah Millis / Reuters

US President Donald Trump has once again criticized Jeff Sessions, telling The Hill in an exclusive interview that he “doesn’t have an attorney-general” and that he’s “very disappointed” with Sessions.

I don’t have an attorney-general. It’s very sad

Trump told Hill.TV in an exclusive interview in the Oval Office on Tuesday.

He went on to say that he “didn’t see” what was coming when he nominated Sessions for the role.

“I’m so sad over Jeff Sessions because he came to me. He was the first senator that endorsed me. And he wanted to be attorney-general, and I didn’t see it,” he said.

In true Trump fashion, he then went on to state that Sessions performed "very poorly" in the nominating process.

"...I mean, he was mixed up and confused, and people that worked with him for, you know, a long time in the Senate were not nice to him, but he was giving very confusing answers. Answers that should have been easily answered. And that was a rough time for him."

Trump has long expressed his frustration with Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation in March, after it emerged that he had  held two meetings with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential race and had not disclosed them to the Senate during his confirmation hearing.

“He gets in and probably because of the experience that he had going through the nominating when somebody asked him the first question about Hillary Clinton or something he said ‘I recuse myself, I recuse myself,’" Trump said.

“And now it turned out he didn’t have to recuse himself," Trump said, referring to the fact that the FBI wrote in a 2017 email to a Sessions aid that Sessions did not need to reveal contacts with foreign government officials that were made in the course of his work as a senator. That email was made public in December.

As speculation continues to swirl on whether Trump will fire Sessions, the president declined to provide a straightforward answer.

“We’ll see what happens. A lot of people have asked me to do that. And I guess I study history, and I say I just want to leave things alone, but it was very unfair what he did,” he said, referring to his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe.

"We’ll see how it goes with Jeff. I’m very disappointed in Jeff. Very disappointed"

The Tuesday comments aren't the first time that Trump has publicly slammed Sessions. Earlier this month, he took to Twitter to accuse Sessions of damaging the chances of Republicans in the November mid-term elections through Justice Department investigations.

"Two long running, Obama era, investigations of  two very popular Republican Congressmen were brought to a well publicized charge, just ahead of the Mid-Terms, by the Jeff Sessions Justice Department. Two easy wins now in doubt because there is not enough time. Good job Jeff......"

In August, Trump told Fox News that Sessions has allowed Democrats to control the Justice Department and get away with "subversion" of his administration.

“I put in an attorney general that never took control of the Justice Department, Jeff Sessions,” he told the "Fox and Friends" morning program. “It’s sort of an incredible thing.”

Sessions fired back, saying in a statement: “I took control of the Department of Justice the day I was sworn in."

In May, the US president admitted that he regrets appointing Sessions as attorney-general.

Rep.Trey Gowdy, “I don’t think so, I think what the President is doing is expressing frustration that Attorney General Sessions should have shared these reasons for recusal before he took the job, not afterward. If I were the President and I picked someone to be the country’s....

"....chief law enforcement officer, and they told me later, ‘oh by the way I’m not going to be able to participate in the most important case in the office, I would be frustrated too...and that’s how I read that - Senator Sessions, why didn’t you tell me before I picked you....."

Those tweets followed a report which stated that Trump had asked Sessions to reverse his recusal from the Russia probe.

R ~ for real or more 4D chess? Let's see what Q reports...
Putin = Captain Obvious.

Jew Tool. I'm sure he'll invite Bibi to another Immortal Regiment march in Moscow next year.
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