Ali Akbar Salehi, diplomat and the head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has publicly thanked the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director-general Yukiya Amano on Monday for keeping their clandestine side deals secret.
Rick Wells Reports:
The director of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, publicly thanked the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director-general Yukiya Amano on Monday for keeping their clandestine side deals secret.
Certainly a cordial working relationship is important, given the fact that Iran will be performing much of the IAEA’s inspection functions and giving themselves an all clear on inevitable violations. Why invite conflict when the United States clearly isn’t interested in the truth, or more correctly, our government is complicit in hiding it?
The public expressions of gratitude hardly seem necessary, as it’s difficult to imagine anything that would have scuttled the deal. If Iran’s continued pledges of “Death to America” and “Death to Israel,” as well as prominent officials and military leaders vowing and threatening nuclear and conventional attacks and terrorism had no impact on our traitorous Congress or the anti-American administration, nothing will. It’s doubtful that even a declaration of war or a military strike by Iran would be enough to sidetrack the determined sellouts from arming their terrorist comrades.
Some within the complicit legislative bodies are pretending to support defunding the IAEA in retaliation, another theatrical presentation for those back home gullible enough to believe it. It’s something the frustrated Einstein who assisted John Kerry in crafting the betrayal, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, references at the end of the video.
The power masters have decided and they have spoken. Nothing that we peasant American citizens want or insist upon of our “representatives” makes any difference. Unless we demand a return to true representative government by physically taking action in the streets of this nation, we’re just along for the ride, and it will be a very bumpy one.
As things stand we’ve got no more control over the direction of this nation than a child on an amusement park merry go-round who turns the non-functioning steering wheel of our car left and right. If we think we’re involved in the outcome we’re kidding ourselves. Others, with money, power and influence are making all of the decisions.
We’re not free, sovereign citizens; we’re subjects. This is no longer a government by the people.