News ID : 73876
Publish Date : 7/21/2021 11:41:21 PM
US Maximum pressure on Iran at the consensus milestone


US Maximum pressure on Iran at the consensus milestone

The new U.S. administration is trying its best to extend the JCPOA to the missile and regional Nuclear programs without giving Iran any concessions, and since it has so far failed to overcome the strong barrier of Iran's active resistance policy, it has employed new tactics and scenarios such as Iran's intention in abduction of Alinejad in order to achieve its goals.

NOURNEWS - Over the past few days, the enemies of the Iranian nation, with the focus of the United States of America, have begun a new game, and of course, a rousing game entitled Kidnapping of an anti-revolutionary element to exert more pressure on the Islamic Republic.
This ridiculous show was keyed by the issuance of official statements by the US Department of Justice and the US Federal Police regarding the discovery of the kidnapping operation of Masih Alinejad, and the affiliated media continued to create heavy espionage against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The atmosphere created can be evaluated as a continuation of the Biden team's roadmap against Iran and the pursuit of a new phase of maximum pressure. As part of this strategy, Washington is trying to reduce Iran's resistance to exercising its legal rights by using new tools that have been in place since Joe Biden's presence in the White House to intensify pressure to force Iran to accept their extravagance.

The recent issue can be analyzed in the context of a multidimensional scenario:

First; Given Iran's resistance to US extravagance in the UN Security Council, Washington is trying to launch a new phase of pressure on human rights issues, such as the kidnapping of a so-called journalist, with the aim of building a consensus against Iran on human rights issues. In this regard, 17 Republican senators, led by Ted Cruz, have submitted a bill to the Senate to impose human rights sanctions on the Supreme Leader and the President-elect.

Second, the election of Mr. Raeesi as president-elect in an election that had been mobilized by all Western media agencies to boycott it a year ago created a wave of frustration and despair in them, causing their program, which had risen from "no to the Islamic Republic" to "no to elections" and then "no to Raeesi," faced a stalemate.
Third; another aspect of this propaganda show is the widespread efforts of the West and its media agents to create a human rights case for the president-elect in order to neutralize the participation and vote of the people in the elections in which they made every effort to disrupt.
Fourth, Iran's resistance to U.S.-Western indulgence in the JCPOA negotiations, which frustrated the United States and the West regarding the possibility of so-called soft restraint in these negotiations, constitutes the fourth aspect of this scenario.
More precisely, the Biden administration, which had begun its work from the outset with the slogan of change but on the policy of maximum pressure under Trump, tried to pick up the fruits of pressure against the Islamic Republic under Trump in the JCPOA negotiations.
The new US administration is trying to generalize its nuclear program to missile and JCPOA regional organizations without giving any concessions to Iran, and since it has so far failed to overcome the strong barrier of Iran's active resistance policy, it has resorted to new tactics to achieve its goals.
The example of this design is the statements of White House press secretary Jennifer Saki, who attended a press conference immediately after the alleged scenario of the abduction of Masih Alinejad, and to increase pressure on Iran on the JCPOA negotiations, which should not have anything to do with it, said, "The United States has never evaluated Iran as a good actor in the world, but given U.S. interests, it continues the nuclear talk with Iran.”
In this regard, fake news stories of Iran's opposition to the continuation of negotiations under Mr. Rouhani's administration can also be noted, while the main reason for the pause in negotiations has been nothing but the U.S. refusal to fulfill its JCPOA commitments.
However; if what the United States is really saying about Iran's intention to kidnap a worthless element like Alinejad, and according to her, he was told about it five or six months ago, why is the issue being raised now, when the new government has taken office?
If the four people as the FBI claims were the perpetrators of the project, why haven’t they been arrested or at least one of them should have been arrested, delaying the implementation of the project would have been justified because of the necessity of taking care of the perpetrators and arresting them, but what is the argument now?!
It should be added that a person like Alinejad basically did not have any effective factors to make such a decision by Iran and the simulation of this fictional story with the arrest of elements such as Ruhollah Zam, Jamshid Sharmahd or Habib Farjallah Chab has no place among the Arabs.
Interestingly, the revolving scene of this fictional Hollywood drama is a network run by money from Bin Salman, the murder of the critical Saudi journalist Khashoggi, who happened to be a U.S. citizen, but never mentions his disgusting crime of kidnapping and the heinous murder of this Saudi-American national.
This is one of the strongest reasons that fully justifies the arguments of critics of negotiations from a weak position with the West, suggesting that the U.S. and its Western partners intend to enter negotiations, not to try to address concerns and concerns about Iran's nuclear program, which is an attempt to exert coercive diplomacy in order to increase all-out pressure aimed at escalating the Islamic Republic.
It is very clear that even assuming the outcome of the negotiations and the fulfillment of the demands of the West, imaginary issues of human rights, missile activities, regional policies, etc. will be raised, and this approach will continue until the overthrow of the Islamic Republic.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi


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