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Rouhani Stalls USA, in his Own Words!
Reza Kahlili
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January 25, 2014


Hassan Rouhani’s victory pose over America

Rouhani has openly bragged about deceiving the Obama Administration on the nuclear issue, yet he is portrayed by the American Liberal Biased Media as an Iranian Do Gooding Moderate Reformer!

Video Reveals Deceit of Iran’s President
So-called “Moderate” Boasts of Buying Time to Build Nuclear Program

In a newly revealed videotape of a pre-election interview, Iran’s new president bragged about deceiving the West over the Islamic regime’s illicit nuclear program and claimed credit for vastly expanding it.


Hassan and Hussein Love Affair
Rouhani – Obama Phone Sex!
Hassan Rouhani and Hussein Obama, two Muslim presidents of “Islamic Republic of Iran” and “Islamic Republic of America” shaking hands!

In this video of a pre-election interview, Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani, bragged about deceiving the West over the Islamic regime's illicit nuclear program and claimed credit for vastly expanding it. Video courtesy of Nasim Online - Translation: Reza Kahlili

Video Reveals Deceit of Iran’s President

Hassan Rouhani, dubbed a “moderate and reformist” by worldwide media in June after his election, took the oath of office Sunday with the blessing of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

However, the video shows Rouhani is anything but a moderate – one who not only is committed to the ideals and goals of the Islamic regime, but also who proudly boasted of his deceptions during his tenure as the regime’s nuclear negotiator starting in October 2003 in talks with France, Britain and Germany.


Son sitting on Papa’s lap!
Rouhani: I’m a Moderate Papa!
Papa Khamenei: Sure you are, … good boy! Just stall the Obama Regime and occupy them with
Mull Shiite (Mullah Bull Shiite) until we go fully nuked!

“The day that we invited the three European ministers (to the talks), only 10 centrifuges were spinning at (the Iranian nuclear facility of) Natanz,” Rouhani said on the tape. “We could not produce one gram of U4 or U6 (uranium hexafluoride). … We did not have the heavy-water production. We could not produce yellow cake. Our total production of centrifuges inside the country was 150.”

But then Rouhani admitted the purpose of prolonged negotiations: “We wanted to complete all of these – we needed time.”

Rouhani said the three European ministers promised to block the U.S. desire to transfer the Iran nuclear dossier to the United Nations, using veto power if necessary. He called Iran’s claim that it stopped its nuclear program in 2003 a statement for the uneducated and admitted that the program not only was not stopped, but further was significantly expanded under his tenure.

While President George W. Bush was increasing pressure on Iran in 2007, a report by American intelligence agencies concluded that Iran halted its nuclear program in 2003 and that the program had remained frozen since.

In the interview, Rouhani said that when he took over the country’s nuclear project, the country’s 150 centrifuges grew to over 1,700 by the time he left the project.

“Do you know when Bushehr’s (Iran nuclear power plant) first phase was completed? The beginning of 2004,” Rouhani said on the tape. “Do you know when the next phase was inaugurated? The fall of 2004. Do you know when the project was completed? March of 2005. How about the heavy-water plant? Do you know when the production started? The summer of 2004. Do you know when yellow cake was produced? The winter of 2004. Do you know when the number of centrifuges reached 3,000? In 2005.”

Then Rouhani made his boldest statement: “We did not stop. We completed the program.”

He said that Iran’s nuclear activity was under the supervision of the supreme leader and that he, as Khamenei’s representative, was to make sure of this deceit.

Today Iran has over 10,000 centrifuges spinning at its Natanz facility and has stockpiled enough low-enriched uranium for six nuclear bombs while its stock of the higher-enriched uranium is constantly rising.
Reports suggest the country’s heavy-water plant will go online ahead of schedule in 2014, which could put the country on a dual track for building nuclear bombs, which means spent fuel could be used for plutonium bombs.

Other reports indicate that the Islamic regime will likely complete its intercontinental ballistic missiles program in 2014, which would put the United States within its reach.

Despite U.N., U.S. and European sanctions, the Islamic regime never halted its illicit nuclear program and is inching ever closer to production of nuclear bombs. Its decade of negotiations with the West managed to buy it time while making gains in both its nuclear and missile programs.

World leaders have shown an eagerness to engage the new Iranian president, stating that Rouhani could possibly break the impasse and make way for constructive negotiations over Iran’s illicit nuclear program. The White House issued a statement that Rouhani would find “a willing partner” in the U.S. if he chooses to “to engage substantively and seriously to meet its international obligations and find a peaceful solution” to the country’s nuclear program.

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Rouhani’s Iranian Nuclear Deception
How the ‘Moderate’ New President Secretly Pushed the Weapons Program

Iran’s newly elected president, Hassan Rouhani, officially took office  Sunday and, with the blessing of the supreme leader, promised moderation. Don’t believe it.

Mr. Rouhani ’s election was orchestrated by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for a specific mission: buy time so the Islamic regime can complete its nuclear-weapons program, according to a former intelligence officer who defected to a Scandinavian country.

A second goal is to persuade the United States to relieve some of the crippling sanctions as a sign of good faith. Iran’s economic  situation has deteriorated to the point that officials have warned of the possibility of food rationing. Inflation is rampant, and unemployment growing.

Mr. Rouhani, through his Cabinet picks, is sending a signal that he is willing to engage the West and even hold direct talks with the United States. He already has named former U.N. Ambassador Mohammad Javad Zarif, who has had deep conversations with U.S. officials before, as foreign minister, and Mohammad Nahavandian, a U.S.-educated businessman, as his chief of staff.

Though the new government is trying to paint an image of moderation, almost all aspects of the regime are controlled by the supreme leader. As I revealed on YouTube Monday, Mr. Rouhani bragged in a pre-election, videotaped interview that he deceived the West over the regime’s illicit nuclear program and claimed credit for vastly expanding it. “We wanted to complete all of these [nuclear programs]. We needed time,” he said.

Mr. Rouhani was Iran’s nuclear negotiator starting in October 2003 in talks with France, Britain and Germany.

“The day that we invited the three European ministers [to the talks], only 10 centrifuges were spinning at [the Iranian nuclear facility of] Natanz,” Mr. Rouhani said on the tape.

He said the three European ministers promised to block the U.S. desire to transfer the Iran nuclear dossier to the United Nations, using veto power if necessary. He called Iran’s claim that it stopped its nuclear program in 2003 a statement for the uneducated and admitted that the program not only was not stopped, but was significantly expanded under his tenure.

While President George W. Bush was increasing pressure on Iran in 2007, a report by American intelligence agencies concluded that Iran halted its nuclear program in 2003 and that the program had remained frozen since.

In the interview, Mr. Rouhani said that when he took over the country’s nuclear project, the country’s 150 centrifuges grew to more than 1,700 by the time he left the project.

Then Mr. Rouhani made his boldest statement: “We did not stop. We completed the program.” He said Iran’s nuclear activity was under the supervision of the supreme leader and that he, as Ayatollah Khamenei’s representative, was to make sure of this deceit.

Today, Iran has more than 10,000 centrifuges spinning at its Natanz facility and has stockpiled enough low-enriched uranium for six nuclear bombs while its stock of the higher-enriched uranium is constantly rising.

By his own confession, Mr. Rouhani clearly proved that the Islamic regime never intended to engage in serious negotiations, but was intent on building nuclear weapons.

Decade-long negotiations have been fruitless, and all the U.N. resolutions and even harsh sanctions have not forced the tyrannical clerics to abandon their goal of a nuclear-armed state.

The regime thinks that the United States and the West will not risk war and disruption of the global economy to thwart Iran’s goals, and that the worst they can do are sanctions. It also thinks that through Mr. Rouhani’s image of moderation, the West might back off on some of its sanctions without Iran taking a meaningful step toward accommodation.

It’s only a matter of time before Iran successfully arms its ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads, which will change the geopolitics of the region and the world. Reports indicate that by next year, Iran will have completed its nuclear bomb program, its intercontinental ballistic-missile program, putting the United States within its reach. Its heavy-water plant will provide the regime a second path to nuclear arms by way of plutonium. Global security and the global economy will become hostages to the radicals in Iran.

Mr. Rouhani, by his own videotaped statements, has shown that he is indeed a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Any future negotiations must be limited and to the point, and sanctions increased if there is no immediate conciliation by the Iranian regime.

The regime is looking for a way out of the current impasse without giving up its goal of obtaining nuclear weapons. We must not allow it any more time. We must make it much harder on the regime economically while openly supporting the aspirations of the Iranian people for change.

It’s only then that war can be avoided, and the regime will either fold, or Iranians will do it for them. Either way, the regime will be defeated, and that could go a long way for major change in Iran.

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Iranian President Brags about Deceiving the West!

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has gone on a charm offensive lately with multiple interviews with American media promising collaboration, but a recent video shows he takes pride in deceiving the West.
“Gone is the age of blood feuds,” Rouhani stated in an op-ed in the Washington Post. “World leaders are expected to lead in turning threats into opportunities,” he wrote in the Post Friday.

In interviews with ABC and NBC, Rouhani said that Iran will never develop nuclear weapons and that he has the authority to make a deal with the West. “In its nuclear program, this government enters with full power and has complete authority,” Rouhani said. “Under no circumstances would we seek any weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, nor will we ever.”

Rouhani, who is one of the most trusted figures of the Islamic regime’s supreme leader, has served the Islamic Republic at the highest levels since the 1979 revolution. He has been the deputy speaker of Parliament, the head of the Executive Committee of the High Council for War Support during the Iran-Iraq War, the deputy to the second-in-command of Iran’s joint chiefs of staff, a member of the Expediency Council, a member of the Assembly of Experts (the body that chooses the supreme leader), a former nuclear negotiator, and, most importantly, the representative of the supreme leader to the Supreme National Security Council since 1989.

Despite the recent charm offensive in the American media, a recently revealed video of an interview prior to the June Iranian election shows him bragging how he, in his role as Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, deceived the West during negotiations on Iran’s illicit nuclear program even as Iran expanded its nuclear power. At the same time, Rouhani managed to relieve pressure by the West, especially in convincing the Europeans to avert possible military aggression by the Bush administration.

“The day that we invited the three European ministers [to the talks], only 10 centrifuges were spinning at [the Iranian nuclear facility of] Natanz,” Rouhani boasted on the tape. “We could not produce one gram of U4 or U6 [uranium hexafluoride]. … We did not have the heavy-water production. We could not produce yellow cake. Our total production of centrifuges inside the country was 150.”

But then Rowhani admitted in the video the purpose of prolonging negotiations: “We wanted to complete all of these — we needed time.”

He said the three European ministers promised to block U.S. efforts to transfer the Iran nuclear dossier to the United Nations, using veto power if necessary. He called Iran’s claim that it stopped its nuclear program in 2003 a statement for the uneducated and admitted that the program not only continued, but was significantly expanded under his tenure.

While President George W. Bush was increasing pressure on Iran in 2007, a report by American intelligence agencies concluded that Iran halted its nuclear program in 2003 and that the program had remained frozen since.

In the interview, Rouhani said that after he took over the country’s nuclear project, the country’s 150 centrifuges grew to over 1,700 by the time he left the project.

Then Rouhani made his boldest statement: “We did not stop; we completed the program.”
He said that Iran’s nuclear activity was under the supervision of the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and that he, as Khamenei’s representative, was to ensure this deceit.

Kayhan newspaper, which the supreme leader directly supervises, published a column Wednesday that quoted an informed source: “Despite the noise by the Western media, Iran will not present any new proposal in New York [to the United Nations General Assembly] and only expects new proposals from its counterparts.”

In another column published on Irannuc.ir, which represents the Islamic regime’s official views on the nuclear program, Mohammad Mohammadi, an Iranian international affairs and nuclear program expert, stated that the Rouhani administration is trying to separate President Obama from the hardliners in America in an effort to get the American president to show flexibility toward Iran.

Rouhani is due to arrive in the U.S. Sunday and address the United Nations next week. He is set on a campaign blitz to charm the American media and possibly shake hands with Obama at the United Nations.
White House spokesman Jay Carney commented on a possible meeting between the two: “It’s possible, but it has always been possible,” Carney said. “The extended hand has been there from the moment the president was sworn in.”


Rouhani smirks: Boy, have I fooled Americans and pull a fast one on Obama or what?!

Despite several U.N. resolutions and sanctions by the U.N., U.S. and E.U. demanding a halt to Iran’s illicit nuclear program, the Islamic regime has significantly expanded the program and currently has over 10,000 centrifuges spinning, with enough enriched uranium for more than six nuclear bombs, while at the same time is set to complete its heavy-water plant, which would give the regime a second path to nuclear weapons by acquiring weapons-grade plutonium.

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