Of Course: Biden Was Plotting With Iran Against Israel

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Plotting may be a bit strong, but not much. According to an report from Middle East Eye, the US was in secret negotiations with Iran, discussing, among other things, their shared desire for a different government in Israel. 


The US and Iran were discussing changing Israel's government. Biden thinks the US shares an interest regarding Israel. 

Let that sink in. 

The talks have naturally been put on hold since the helicopter crash that killed both Iran's president and foreign minister. It's hard to make "progress" when your interlocutors are dead. 

But apparently, the Iranians had been making progress with the White House, and we all got to see the results: Joe Biden stabbing Israel in the back. 

Secret talks between Iran and the United States in Oman were making good progress, but have now been jeopardised by the sudden death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and his foreign minister.

Brett McGurk, US President Joe Biden's senior Middle East adviser, held indirect negotiations earlier this month with Ali Bagheri Kani, Iran’s point man for negotiations with the West, according to three Iranian sources close to the talks.

The talks took place in Muscat, which hosted secret meetings between Tehran and Washington a decade ago that led to the 2015 JCPOA (joint comprehensive plan of action) nuclear agreement.

They were the first round of discussions between the US and Iran since January.

One source close to the talks, which were first reported by Axios on Friday, told Middle East Eye that discussions between Bagheri Kani and McGurk were progressing well and were close to reaching some sort of agreement.

Bagheri Kani was deputy foreign minister at the time, but following the death of Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in the helicopter crash that killed Raisi on Sunday, he is now acting foreign minister.

The talks focused on three subjects: a shared desire for a change in government in Israel; ending Israel’s war on Gaza; and preventing the conflict from spreading elsewhere in the region.


I guess we now know why the US government did so much to mourn the loss of Iran's president and foreign minister. The administration is genuinely sad that they no longer have friends over there to chat with about how much they both hate Netanyahu. 


The Obama/Biden obsession with making friends with Iran is and always has been insane. There is no regime, not even North Korea, that has been as relentlessly hateful to America as Iran. Its core ideology is anti-American and anti-Israel--"Death to America" and "Death to Israel" are core tenets. America is the Great Satan, and Israel is the smaller Satan. 

Talking to adversaries is not inherently bad; clarity is always a good thing, and saying things face to face inspires clarity. Offering your friend's head on a plate to your enemy is something else again. It's called betrayal. 

We aren't going to be friends and certainly shouldn't be conspiring with Iran against even an Israeli government our current regime doesn't like. Yet we have been. 

No matter how awful you think the Biden administration is, they prove to be even worse than you thought. This is true both internationally and domestically. 


Here at home Biden authorized using deadly force against former President Trump, and abroad he is conspiring with Iran against Israel, assuming this report is true. 

I do assume that, by the way, because it is consistent with the administration's words and deeds. 

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