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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

"Atomic Iran" foretold Netanyahu´s warning

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WASHINGTON – Ten years ago, Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D., published his first WND bestselling book, “Atomic Iran: How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians,” in which he predicted events unfolding now. 
atomic_iran-jeromeCORSI “In 2005, when publishers for whom I had written top-selling books turned down my proposal to write a book warning of the dangers Iran’s nuclear program posed, only Joseph Farah and WND had the foresight and courage to publish a book considered at the time to be enormously controversial,” Corsi said.
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“Few people 10 years ago wanted to believe Iran’s nuclear program could be a threat not only to Israel, but to the region and the world.” In “Atomic Iran,” Corsi predicted the following:
  • Iran would game all nuclear negotiations to gain time, while secretly pursuing a nuclear weapons program, calculating Iranian negotiators were sufficiently skillful to fool the Western nations, including the United States and the United Nations’ International Atomic Agency into believing the lie that the advanced enrichment of uranium was for peaceful purposes that could be monitored successfully amid an agreed-upon schedule of IAEA sanctions.
  • Then-Sen. John F. Kerry would lead Democratic Party politicians lured by campaign contributions to enter into a “grand bargain” negotiated with Iran, similar to the nuclear-fuel-for-peaceful-purposes gambit North Korea induced President Jimmy Carter to enter. Corsi predicted the same result, that like North Korea, Iran would utilize all negotiated concessions to advance its clandestine nuclear weapons program.
  • Ultimately, the United States would abandon Israel, leaving the Jewish state no alternative but to launch a military attack on Iran’s nuclear program. The Iranian nuclear program would bring nuclear war to the Middle East, either because Iran would develop and use a nuclear weapon against Israel, or because Israel in defending itself would trigger a regional war escalating into a nuclear conflict with nuclear-armed defenders of Iran, including Russia.
“I hope and pray my prediction on nuclear war is wrong,” Corsi said. “But my other predictions have played out over the last 10 years with a degree of accuracy that frightens me.”
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Corsi noted that 10 years ago, there was no thought Kerry would one day be secretary of state.
“But I was right, down to naming Iranian-American Hassan Nemazee as an agent of the mullahs who served in campaign finance positions both for Kerry’s presidential campaign in 2004 and for Hillary Clinton in 2008 and is today in federal prison for having violated federal banking laws.”

Corsi said Netanyahu is correct, that despite the Obama administration’s resolve that the cornerstone of its foreign policy would be a negotiated solution to Iran’s nuclear program, Kerry is no closer to such a deal today than the administration was when Obama took office in 2009.
Corsi pointed out many passages from “Atomic Iran” mirrored points Netanyahu made in his historic speech to Congress Tuesday morning.
“The mullahs [in Iran] have pursued nuclear weapons clandestinely with a clear intent to ignore their obligations under the Non-Proliferation Treaty and deceive the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency,” Corsi wrote on page 26. “Iran continues to display the characteristics of a rogue regime actively pursuing nuclear weapons, willing to both defy and deceive attempts at international control. Clearly stated, Iran has been playing the world for a fool.”

Netanyahu said: “The U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency, the IAEA, said again yesterday that Iran still refuses to come clean about its military nuclear program. Iran was also caught – caught twice, not once, twice – operating secret nuclear facilities in Natanz and Qom, facilities that inspectors didn’t even know existed.”
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing Congress March 3.

He continued: “Right now, Iran could be hiding nuclear facilities that we don’t know about, the U.S. and Israel. As the former head of inspections for the IAEA said in 2013, he said, ‘If there’s no undeclared installation today in Iran, it will be the first time in 20 years that it doesn’t have one.’”
Netanyahu emphasized Iran “has proven time and again that it cannot be trusted.”
Corsi wrote of Hitler in describing the hatred the radical Islamic mullahs and their sympathizers in Iran have toward the Jews.
“Hitler revealed in ‘Mein Kampf’ that he intended to commit genocide on the Jews of Germany,” Corsi wrote on pages 40-41. “Many did not take him seriously; the thought was simply too extreme, too mad. Yet he communicated his true intentions, even if only those who knew how to listen to disturbed personalities believed him at the time.
“So, too, the mad mullahs who rule Iran have been clearly telling the world that they intend to use their missiles, and when they have them, their nuclear weapons,” Corsi continued.
“Iran’s President Muhammad Khatami speaks in radical terms. ‘Haven’t the Jews and Christians achieved their progress by means of toughness and repression?’ he asks. Take him seriously, for he has a strategy drawn to destroy Jewish and Christian civilization, regardless how fourteenth century the whole discussion seems. ‘Our missiles are now ready to strike at their civilization, and as soon as the instructions arrive from the Leader Ali Khamenei, we will launch our missiles at their cities and installations.’”
Similarly, Nethanyahu pointed to the statements of Hezbollah’s leader in Lebanon.
“For those who believe that Iran threatens the Jewish state, but not the Jewish people, listen to Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, Iran’s chief terrorist proxy,” Netanyahu warned. “He said: If all the Jews gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of chasing them down around the world.”
But Iran’s regime, he said, is “not merely a Jewish problem, any more than the Nazi regime was merely a Jewish problem.”

“The 6 million Jews murdered by the Nazis were but a fraction of the 60 million people killed in World War II. So, too, Iran’s regime poses a grave threat, not only to Israel, but also the peace of the entire world. To understand just how dangerous Iran would be with nuclear weapons, we must fully understand the nature of the regime.”

Netanyahu also showed understanding of the oppression the Iranian people have suffered.
“The people of Iran are very talented people,” Netanyahu distinguished. “They’re heirs to one of the world’s great civilizations. But in 1979, they were hijacked by religious zealots – religious zealots who imposed on them immediately a dark and brutal dictatorship.
“That year, the zealots drafted a constitution, a new one for Iran,” Netanyahu continued. “It directed the revolutionary guards not only to protect Iran’s borders, but also to fulfill the ideological mission of jihad. The regime’s founder, Ayatollah Khomeini, exhorted his followers to ‘export the revolution throughout the world.’

“I’m standing here in Washington, D.C., and the difference is so stark,” Netanyahu concluded. “America’s founding document promises life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Iran’s founding document pledges death, tyranny and the pursuit of jihad. And as states are collapsing across the Middle East, Iran is charging into the void to do just that.”
Corsi and Netanyahu both invoked the theme “never again” in describing Israel’s resolve to defend itself.

“Israel has sworn ‘Never Again!’ Corsi wrote on page 218. “Reasoning that the Holocaust occurred in part because European Jews did not resist, the Israelis have determined that never again will Israel be passive in the face of its enemies.
“Since the 1940s, first strikes have characterized Israel’s foreign policy,” Corsi continued. “The highly effective Israeli first-strike air assault on June 5, 1967, destroyed the entire Egyptian air force on the ground at the start of the Six-Day War. But more parallel to the urgency surrounding the situation of Iran’s having nuclear weapons is the June 1981 air attack that took out Iraq’s Osirak nuclear reactor.”

Speaking to Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel in the House gallery Tuesday, Netanyahu said, “Elie, your life and work inspires to give meaning to the words, ‘never again.’
“And I wish I could promise you, Elie, that the lessons of history have been learned. I can only urge the leaders of the world not to repeat the mistakes of the past,” he continued. “Not to sacrifice the future for the present; not to ignore aggression in the hopes of gaining an illusory peace.
“But I can guarantee you this, the days when the Jewish people remained passive in the face of genocidal enemies, those days are over,” he asserted.
“We are no longer scattered among the nations, powerless to defend ourselves. We restored our sovereignty in our ancient home. And the soldiers who defend our home have boundless courage. For the first time in 100 generations, we, the Jewish people, can defend ourselves.

“That is why, as prime minister of Israel, I can promise you one more thing,” he stressed. “Even if Israel has to stand alone, Israel will stand.”
Corsi warned against making deals with Iran, writing on page 83, “There is ample proof that the mullahs are not to be trusted, no matter how many times they give their word.”
Netanyahu was equally skeptical.

Just as Corsi concluded in his book, Netanyahu declared restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program should not be lifted unless Tehran stops its threats to annihilate the Jewish state, its aggression against its neighbors in the Middle East and its support of terrorism around the world.

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