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originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: Skyfloating
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Hearing that John Kerry, Obama, the UK, Germany and France are unhappy with a Trump's decision on Iran makes me tinkle a little bit in my pants everytime I think about it.
I read French and German MSM today. They are burning with rage. They say that America must be isolated because its "selfish" and threatens the whole world. Remember how they said Trumps dealing with NK is a threat to world peace? Im really happy about this. The evil empire is losing one basis of threat after the other.
Are the leaders of France (Macron) and Germany (Merkel), what we in America would label as "Democrats"? Sure seems and sounds like they are. Slow to learn.. with hand always extended, in want of something.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran on Monday confirmed media reports that Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had met with former US Secretary of State John Kerry in New York two weeks ago to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal, but meantime, stressed that the minister has had no meeting with the Trump administration officials.
"We don’t see the US just as Mr. Trump; the United States is not just the current ruling administration and there are many figures who have different views on international and regional issues," Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said.
He described Kerry as a political figure somehow aware of issues related to Iran who can leave major influence on the US public opinion, and said, "During the trip (to New York), a meeting was held (between Zarif) with Kerry, although you know that at present, Kerry doesn’t hold any government post."
Qassemi said that the nuclear deal was certainly one of the issues raised during the Zarif-Kerry meeting, but meantime underlined that "during the trip no talks and meeting was held with the US officials".
The US media reports said last week that Kerry reportedly met Zarif at the United Nations in New York for a second meeting in as many months amid threats by US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the nuclear agreement by May 12.
According to the Boston Globe, the Obama administration's top diplomat has also met with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeir, French President Emmanuel Macron on two occasions, and spoken on the phone with EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini in an attempt to save the agreement that he spent years negotiating with other world leaders.
Western media reports claimed last week that Trump has “all but decided” to withdraw from the agreement, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, and to allow nuclear-related sanctions on Iran that were suspended under the nuclear deal to snap back into effect.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi warned on Sunday that abrogation of the internationally-accepted 2015 nuclear deal would endanger the non-proliferation mechanism in the world and stir more crises in the region.
"The nuclear deal, before anything else, is a security agreement in area of non-proliferation and any move against it will weaken the non-proliferation mechanism and exacerbate crises in the region and will confront all of us with the two choices of security and insecurity," Araqchi said at a meeting with his Swedish counterpart Annika Soder in Tehran.
He also warned that any attempt to link the nuclear deal with other issues and ignore the US violation of the agreement is a wrong approaches and will further complicate the regional and international situation.
"The nuclear deal is a colossal historical experience and choice and its success in light of collective efforts and support will ensures the interests for entire world," Araqchi said.
It has been more than a month since Republicans on the House Intel Committee officially ended the probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, and roughly a week since they released an unredacted version of their investigative report that revealed more lies told by top FBI officials.
So it's understandable that Democrats on the Intel committee are chomping at the bit to revive the anti-Russia hysteria. And in their latest attempt, Democrats have finally released all of the more than 3,500 Russian-bought Facebook ads that purportedly swayed the 2016 vote in Trump's favor. Of course, anti-Russia sentiment, which seemed ubiquitous just six short months ago, has more recently faded from view as the public has realized that there's "no 'there' there," as FBI special agent Peter Strzok said in a tweet to his mistress.
But after seeing the ads, which are sorted by the time during which they ran, it's impossible to believe the Russians didn't have something to do with it. After all, instead of running ads that blatantly supported President Trump, most of the ads we found supported progressive causes like Black Lives Matter and gay rights - causes which President Trump unambiguously supports, right?
originally posted by: Cygnis
Interesting recent Q post.
In reference to noname, Q is implying he's trying to fake his own death?
Fascinating.. So where else does noname own land?
Q !4pRcUA0lBE ID: 429643 1358706 📁 NEW
No Name prev meeting(s)?
Discussions of death/funeral?
Medical or escape?
Now comes the pain.
Q !2jsTvXXmXs 68 📁
Today, EVIL lost control / leverage of Iran.
Today, POTUS took control of Iran.
Bigger than people can imagine.
Treason is 1/10th.
A government watchdog group revealed Thursday that former FBI Director James Comey was advised by senior FBI officials to seek Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s advice prior to testifying before “any congressional committee” about President Donald Trump’s campaign and its alleged collusion with Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election, according to new emails obtained by Judicial Watch reveal.
Comey was also advised to seek Mueller’s counsel on the circumstances surrounding his firing by Trump before providing testimony to Congress, the Department of Justice emails obtained by Judicial Watch reveal. It is the first time evidence reveals there was coordination between the Special Counsel and Comey in the long drawn out controversial Mueller investigation.