Please return Iran to the talks

Biden, as Barack Obama’s successor on the issue of Burjam, although he had repeatedly spoken of returning to this international agreement during the election campaign, in recent weeks, with the aim of gaining more points from our country in step-by-step setbacks, has limited regional activities. And the missile program of the Islamic Republic is conditional. On the other hand, Trump administration officials continue their anti-Iranian rhetoric, believing that the policy of “maximum pressure” has affected Tehran and should continue. These statements, of course, are the policies announced by the American officials, and certainly behind the scenes and their policies regarding the Islamic Republic is something else. What is the benefit? From the point of view of the American system as a whole, does it return to Barjam And is the continued restriction of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program in Washington’s long-term interests or the Trump administration’s countermeasures?

In the following, you will read the latest position of Noam Chomsky, the great American Jewish linguist, philosopher and theorist, on the solution of the Iranian nuclear issue.

The United States and the Zionist regime in the Middle East are free of nuclear weapons

“The reality is that not only Trump, but every other American official, sees Iran as a terrible threat, or perhaps the greatest threat to peace,” Chomsky said in his latest speech on the confrontation between the Islamic Republic and the West. The Middle East knows.

“White House officials believe that Tehran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program,” he said. “This is just a claim, and in the last 20 years there is no evidence that the Islamic Republic has even thought about nuclear weapons.” Nevertheless, let us imagine that they are pursuing this issue, let us assume that Benjamin Netanyahu is right, and that they are secretly seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Is there a way to stop them? Yes, a very simple way. Impose a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.

Stressing that we know the monitoring is working, Chomsky added: “The US intelligence agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency have confirmed that the monitoring is successful. Well, re-establish the monitoring and impose a nuclear-weapon-free zone.” Does anyone disagree with that? In fact, only two countries; United States of America and Israel (Zionist regime). The Islamic Republic strongly supports this idea, the Arab countries agree with it, even the countries of the Non-Aligned Movement and most of the world agree with it. Europe also supports it, but whenever it gets ratified, Washington vetoes it.

Who is to blame, Iran or the United States?

The American theorist went on to say that in 2015, in the NPT Review Committee, everyone wanted to change it: “Nevertheless, Obama stopped this process.” This situation is repeated in all sessions. The question is, why did the United States stop it? Everyone knows the answer, but no one can say it, because passing it would mean inspecting Israel’s nuclear weapons. Even one of their senior military appointees, Jack Sullivan, Biden’s former national security adviser at the White House, said a few days ago: “The Biden government would like to return to Borjam, but the ball is in Iran’s court. The Islamic Republic must begin by cutting off and reversing uranium enrichment and take a positive approach to negotiations. “If they do, we will consider it.” completely reverse! We must ask them to return to negotiations that we have permanently undermined. It was completely destroyed under Trump, but it was weakened under Obama.

“The fact is that even Obama did not fulfill his nuclear commitments to Iran,” Chomsky said. Part of the nuclear deal states that during the negotiation period neither side should Iran’s economy They hurt, but Obama did it many times. We never adhered to the agreement. But now Biden government spokesman says if the Iranians take the first step, we will take action! It is as if they are to blame, not us! We should never accept these words.