Deliberate or Not – Barack Obama’s Talking Points Are Straight Out of Iran

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Barack Obama’s talking points are straight out of Iran. There is little doubt that he’s helped in this by his National Security Council Director for Iran who also appears to be a former employee of the Iranian front group NIAC (National Iranian American Council).

Sahar Nowrouzzadeh

Breitbart reported that Sahar Nowrouzzadeh is a high-ranking official in the Obama administration and serves as the National Security Council Director for Iran.

A woman who appears to be the same person wrote several publications on behalf of NIAC. NIAC is an Iranian front group that lobbies for Iran. Nowrouzzadeh appears to have worked directly with NIAC president Trita Parsi.

NIAC has been pushing for this nuclear agreement and spreads propaganda much as PressTV does.

In July of last year, the NIAC claimed Iranian sanctions cost the U.S. hundreds of billions of dollars as well as lost job opportunities. The purpose of course was to show that sanctions weren’t worth it.

In December, 2013, NIAC president Trita Parsi spoke at a UN meeting in the Economic and Social Council Chamber (ECOSOC) organized by the Women’s International Forum.  She suggested the president of Iran was a moderate and that’s what led to the Iranian talks.

“The Iranians recently elected Hassan Rouhani for president, the most moderate person among the candidates. With him, a centrist cabinet came into power that had made numerous proposals to the West before, which had unfortunately failed in the past.”

Parsi claimed that Iran was cooperating in 2001 until George Bush put them on the Axis of Evil after 9/11.

Do you know how Rouhani was cooperating?

When Rouhani served as Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator, he openly admitted he was pretending to negotiate with the US while mocking the US for believing him. He mocked the European Troika while lying to their faces.

Rouhani currently plays good cop to Khamenei’s bad cop and he’s still lying.

Parsi, via the NIAC, has been touting the new age of diplomacy with the “moderate” Rouhani.

Parsi has mis-portrayed Rouhani as “a pragmatist within the Iranian political context who favors diplomacy and coming to terms with the West on the nuclear issue.”

However, immediately after Iran’s presidential election in June. Iran announced they were sending 4,000 more troops to Syria . They also announced their intention to move ahead with their nuclear program.

Rouhani as a moderate was the spin Barack Obama and his toadies in the media spun. Bob Shieffer said Rouhani has more American PhDs in his cabinet than Obama. The NY Times described observers as calling Rouhani “serious, controlled and single-mindedly focused on message”. They quoted a former Obama adviser as saying Rouhani was “blunt and charming.” Most said he was a moderate with no evidence to back it up. The evidence was to the contrary.

When Obama held his so-called “historic” phone call with Rouhani, he said his discussion with Rouhani had shown the “basis for resolution” of the dispute over Iran nuclear program. Obama communicated his “deep respect for the Iranian people” during the call that White House spokespeople claimed capped a week of diplomatic breakthroughs.

As it turned out, Obama had been exchanging secret correspondence with Khamenei for months.

NIAC likes to condemn and demonize so-called neo-cons in articles Parsi puts out, some posted on HuffPo because it’s a way of disarming the United States.

In July 2014, NIAC claimed the best way to protect against a “sneak out” nuclear bomb is through stringent inspections and monitoring mechanisms–which can only be achieved through a diplomatic agreement.

The NIAC took out a full-page ad in February of this year condemning Bibi Netanyahu’s speech before Congress. Barack Obama repeatedly did the same.

Trita Parsi said of the advertisement, “The U.S. and its closest allies are on the brink of a historic deal that will both prevent an Iranian bomb and war with Iran, and Congressional hawks are orchestrating political stunts with foreign leaders to try to kill it.”

Speaking for Barack Obama, Josh Earnest said almost the same thing in May of this year. He must have memorized the ad.

Is Sahar Nowrouzzadeh an infiltrator – a plant – or is she a welcomed liaison?

In March, an Iranian journalist defected in London and accused the U.S. of acting as Iran’s agent during the nuclear talks.

Amir Hossein Motaghi, a campaign media aide to Hussein Rouhani, told Irane Farda television that there are no journalists in Iran and all news on the Iranian side of the nuclear negotiations goes through them, adding that “The US negotiating team are mainly there to speak on Iran’s behalf with other members of the 5+1 countries and convince them of a deal,” he said.

Comments made by Senator Menendez in January appear right on the mark. He might not have known how accurate he was. Barack Obama’s talking points are exactly those of Iran’s and that should alarm people.

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