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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Iran makes Obama an offer he can't refuse

MEMRI reports that Iran is offering President Hussein Obama a 'win-win' proposition: Obama recognizes Iran's 'nuclear rights' and Iran promises that Obama will win reelection (Hat Tip: Dan F).
In its June 11, 2012 editorial, the Sobh-e Sadeq weekly, which is the organ of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), attempts to persuade U.S. President Barack Obama that recognizing Iran's nuclear rights at the upcoming nuclear talks in Moscow, June 18-19, will get him reelected. The editorial, headlined "The Importance of the Moscow Conference for Iran and Obama," states that Obama has an opportunity to turn the Moscow talks into a springboard to victory in November. Warning that it is Obama's time that is running out, not Iran's, it adds that if he does not promote recognition of Iran's nuclear rights at the Moscow talks – what the paper calls "a win-win" for both sides – Tehran will simply bide its time and wait for his successor.

The following are the main points of the editorial:


"Since, in order to be reelected, Obama must deal with security issues [in public] before the American people and the judiciary, he should be asked how he intends to conduct the nuclear talks [with Iran], and what his motives are.

"If Obama thinks that he has no chance of reelection, the talks will lose their importance for him and will not top his agenda. [In that case,] he will try to treat the issue like an everyday issue, and will pass the decision on to the next president. But if Obama senses that the gap between him and his rival is small, and that he can close this gap using a political shock [tactic], then his perception of the nuclear talks will be different, and he will see them as an opportunity, as a tool, and as leverage.

"Now, when the gap between Obama and his rival [Romney] is 1%, [Obama] is closer to being in second place [and in need of such a political shock tactic]. He clearly thinks that the outcome of the nuclear talks will have a special [impact] on the presidential election – and this could be where [Obama and Iran] must try for a 'win-win' [for both]; that is, Obama will see the door of the White House open for him for a second time, and Iran will be able to implement its nuclear rights."


"Although the West has repeatedly claimed that Iran's time is almost up, two sides that want a 'win-win' must internalize the reality – namely, that it is Obama's time that is running out for good.

"What is needed to end this exhausting marathon is a decision by Obama... He must choose one of the two options: either to get his wish [for reelection] and [thus] incur the wrath of the Zionist leaders, or satisfy the Zionist leaders and sabotage himself.

"... Obama must not delay, for at any moment he could miss his chance to choose [between the two alternatives], and Iran will [simply] wait for his successor, continuing to display might and determination."
What could go wrong?

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At 12:03 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Nice pic, it's clear what Ahmadinejad got for his fathers Day.lol

At 2:39 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

Now that Obama wants illegal aliens to vote, he should simply allow the Iranians to vote as well.

At 3:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Iran claims it is holding war games with Syria...and China and Russia. So they may just mug Obama at the P 5/1 talks, stuff him in a locker, and throw his gym shoes over a telephone wire.



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