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Are the Iran Sanctions an Attempt to Eliminate Palestine?

posted on: Nov 7, 2018

Are the Iran Sanctions an Attempt to Eliminate Palestine?

US President Donald Trump signs a document reinstating sanctions against Iran after announcing the US withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal on May 8, 2018.

By: Michael Springmann/Arab America Contributing Writer

Question: How Do You Spell ZOG? Answer: U.S.A.

ZOG?  Zionist-Occupied-Government.  This is an administration under the complete control of Israelis.  One example is the U.S. Having withdrawn from the JCPOA, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, at apartheid Israel’s urging, the United States of America is again advancing Zionist interests, not its own.  The multilateral agreement with Iran to control its access to nuclear emery was insufficient in Israeli eyes. It then set the stage for Donald Trump’s move of the American embassy from Tel Aviv to al-Quds [Jerusalem]), another long-desired Zionist goal.  But, there is no limit to Israeli goals, especially the end of Iran.

Now, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman is praising the U.S. imposition of additional oil. banking, and shipping sanctions on Iran.  If his government didn’t write the new American policy, it’s clear that it provided advice and counsel for doing so. In Liberman’s view, ‘the move [is] a “sea-change’ in the Middle East and a ‘critical blow’ to Tehran’s goal of entrenching itself militarily in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and the Gaza Strip.” 

Are the Iran Sanctions an Attempt to Eliminate Palestine?

Avigdor Liberman (Sputnik News)h

Gaza Strip?  Didn’t he leave out all of  “Occupied Palestine”, from the river to the sea and from Taba to nearly Tyre?  Isn’t Israel’s goal the control of the entire Middle East? From the Nile to the Tigris (Dijla), represented by the two blue, river-like lines on the Zionist flag?

These sanctions benefit only Israel, not the United States, not the lands of Europe, not any other country.  Certainly not Palestine.

Are the Iran Sanctions an Attempt to Eliminate Palestine?

Iran is aiding the legitimate government of Syria to remain free and independent of ZOG-America’s invasion and occupation. Iran is aiding Hezbollah as it struggles to keep Lebanon a sovereign state. Iran is aiding Yemen so that the Saudi colossus, with Israeli and American help, doesn’t completely destroy the entire country, as Zionism did to Palestine.

Palestine.  How much of Occupied Palestine is Zionist-free?  Not much. The Israeli Entity controls nearly 80% of Palestine. The bits supposedly not under apartheid control are the West Bank, with its 200 Zio colonies with about 600,000 colonists, and Gaza, 141 square miles (365 sq. km.) holding nearly two million miserable people.

Are the Iran Sanctions an Attempt to Eliminate Palestine?

If Israel succeeds in destroying or dismembering the lands Iran is supporting, what happens to what’s left of Palestine?  If the illegal sanctions cause “regime change” in Iran, will the new government become a ZOG? If so, will it end its backing for countries under American and Zionist attack such as Palestine?  Up to now, ZOG-USA has ended its contribution to UNRWA, sought to re-define “Palestinian Refugee”, and closed the PLO’s Mission in Washington, D.C. But is that enough for apartheid Israel? It certainly benefits from the continual war which America conducts on its behalf.   

Pain to Come.  Trump imposed Zionist-supported sanctions on Iran, just before mid-term elections.  Will this help or hurt the Republican Party on Tuesday, November 6? What happens to Trump’s support if oil goes to $80/barrel from today’s $60-$70 a barrel (depending on its place of origin).  American voters like cheap fuel for their big, gas-guzzling Yank Tanks. A year ago, oil was about $55/barrel.

Iran is roughly the world’s fourth-largest oil producer.  What happens if its exports of 1.5-2 million barrels a day are cut off? Will ZOG America’s loyal friend Saudi Arabia make up the difference? What if Congress succeeds in sanctioning the Kingdom for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi (and others)?  What if there is “regime change” in Riyadh in response to current crown prince Mohammad bin Salman’s excesses?

With sanctions on banking and shipping, what happens to European trade with Iran? Or other countries’?  Won’t this hurt firms all over the world? Will their ire at losing profits and laying off workers target the United States or Israel?  What will employees on the dole think about the cause of their problems? Won’t sanctions drive up prices for all goods in what’s left of Palestine?

Finally.  “Opposition to Israel and support for the Palestinian cause have been central to Iran’s foreign policy since the Islamic revolution of 1979 that toppled the U.S.-backed Shah.”   These concepts have not underpinned the EU’s minimal support for Palestine.  They have not stopped Germany from giving nuclear missile-capable submarines to the Israelis. Certainly, the American concern for Palestine does not extend to matching the nearly $4 billion it gives annually to the Zionist Entity.

Which country, besides Iran, supports Palestine against ZOGs?  “On his Twitter account, [Iranian President] Rouhani said Trump’s move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital showed that Washington was not ‘an honest mediator and never will be‘, adding that it only wanted to ‘secure the interests of the Zionists.”

Far too many questions and not enough answers.


Michael Springmann is an attorney, author, political commentator, and former diplomat. He has written Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World and a second book Goodbye, Europe? Hello, Chaos? Merkel’s Migrant Bomb. Both are available on Amazon. The books’ website is: