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Iran President: World 'Too Intelligent' to Be Fooled by Netanyahu's 'War-Mongering'


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Iran President: World 'Too Intelligent' to Be Fooled by Netanyahu's 'War-Mongering'

Jon Queally, staff writer

Making note of Israel's existing, though undeclared, arsenal of nuclear weapons and pusing back against the steady stream of vitriol aimed at Iran amid ongoing negotiations over its civilian nuclear program, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the people of the United States and across the world were "too intelligent" to be taken by the "war-mongering" contained in remarks made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his high-profile visit to Washington, D.C. this week.


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From PCR's site: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/03/04/watch-laugh-cry-netanyahu-choreographs-humiliated-congress-john-v-walsh/

Yeah, we have got some 'ceptional moves...


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Most of the world might be too intelligent to be fooled by nutty yahoo, but all those congressional, fawning parasites that gave Bibi a standing ovation... proves they are nothing but fools and stooges!


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And they do not give a rat's derriere what their citizens think.


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Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public. H. L. Mencken US editor (1880 - 1956)


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True! And that is because, to these people, unless you are part of the 1%economic elite, you are not an American citizen to them that is allowed to participate in our so called democracy.


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What's even MORE disturbing is that some people believe Mr. Rouhani! Remember the student protests that threatened the government leadership. How many of those protesting students are still alive?


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Now that green alternative energy is cheaper than nuclear, its easy for Iran to forego their nuclear energy ambitions. The only thing standing in the way of an agreement is irrational fear and empire's ambitions.


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Sadly, today's Congress is dominated by shills for billionaires in the fossil fuels and arms production industries. The Supreme Court's gang of five reactionary Republican "justices" have snatched any influence on the composition of the Congress from the American people and given it to the likes of casino billionaire and ultra-militarist Zionist, Sheldon Adelson. This Congress, because of billionaires, foreign governments and other rich and powerful entities gaming the system through the antidemocratic decisions of the gang of five on the Supreme Court, is the least representative of the American people ever. Congress is now full of reactionary militarists, many of them paranoid and psychopathic neocons, who literally salivate for a world war. We are living in a country that combines George Orwell's "1984" and "Animal Farm" with Stanley Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove."


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Yeah, good analogy!