Obama – I call
From the time
of our civil war American has made treaties with our friends to protect each
other from enemies. These treaties are the law of the land and to violate one
is the same as violating our oath to protect our own land. We call that
For almost half
my lifetime we have has a treaty of mutual defense with Israel. Everyone
knew an attack on Israel was
an attack on America.
America and Israel have
shared defense, secret information, and military inventions with each other.
They have helped us a great deal because they have the best spy system in the
world. We are like one country.
For many years
now Israel has had a very
top secret agreement with Azerbaijan
(just west of Iran) to use
their airport and in return Israel
has given them money and technology. This had nothing to do with the United States except that about five people in America knew
about the agreement. Like any exceptional high secret plan, probably only five
people in America knew about this – The President, The Secretary of Defense,
the Head of the CIA, and the two top Generals.
At the same
time Israel is preparing for
war and using this airport, Obama has been having secret talks with Iran (without Israel’s
knowledge) and telling them we are against any attack by Israel. At the
same time of his treasonous talks with Iran,
one of the five people who knew Israel’s
top secret revealed it to Iran.
This is treason because now it makes it impossible for Israel to use
It is time for congress to openly accuse Obama of
treason and take him to court to find and prove the facts.
This has so
angered me that I am sure if the news media were to actively expose it everyone
would be as mad as I am.
Here are the facts detailed
In 2009, the
deputy chief of mission of the U.S.
embassy in Baku, Donald Lu, sent a cable
to the State Department's headquarters in Foggy Bottom titled "Azerbaijan's discreet symbiosis with Israel."
The memo, later released by WikiLeaks, quotes Azerbaijan's
President Ilham Aliyev as
describing his country's relationship with the Jewish state as an iceberg:
"nine-tenths of it is below the surface."
Why does it
matter? Because Azerbaijan
is strategically located on Iran's
northern border and, according to several high-level sources I've spoken with inside the U.S. government, Obama administration
officials now believe that the "submerged" aspect of the
Israeli-Azerbaijani alliance -- the security cooperation between the two
countries -- is heightening the risks of an Israeli strike on Iran.
four senior diplomats and military intelligence officers say that the United States has concluded that Israel has recently been granted access to
airbases on Iran's
northern border. To do what, exactly, is not clear. "The Israelis have bought an airfield," a senior administration official told me in early February,
"and the airfield is called Azerbaijan."
Senior U.S. intelligence officials are increasingly
concerned that Israel's military expansion into Azerbaijan complicates U.S.
efforts to dampen Israeli-Iranian tensions, according to the sources. Military planners, I was told,
must now plan not only for a war scenario that includes the Persian Gulf -- but
one that could include the Caucasus. The
burgeoning Israel-Azerbaijan relationship has also become a flashpoint in both
countries' relationship with Turkey,
a regional heavyweight that fears the economic and political fallout of a war
Turkey's most senior
government officials have raised their concerns with their U.S.
counterparts, as well as with the Azeris, the sources
embassy in Washington, the Israel Defense Forces, and the Mossad,
national intelligence agency, were all contacted for comment on this story but
did not respond.
embassy to the United States
also did not respond to requests for information regarding Azerbaijan's security agreements with Israel. During
a recent visit to Tehran, however, Azerbaijan's defense minister publicly ruled
out the use of Azerbaijan
for a strike on Iran.
of Azerbaijan, like
always in the past, will never permit any country to take advantage of its
land, or air, against the Islamic Republic of Iran, which we consider our
brother and friend country," he said. (Following the publication of this
article, an Azeri spokesman denied that his government had granted Israel access
to Azeri airbases.)
But even if his
government makes good on that promise, it could still provide Israel with
essential support. A U.S.
military intelligence officer noted that Azeri defense minister did not
explicitly bar Israeli bombers from landing in the country after a strike. Nor
did he rule out the basing of Israeli search-and-rescue units in the country.
Proffering such landing rights -- and mounting search and rescue operations
closer to Iran -- would make
an Israeli attack on Iran
"We're watching what Iran
does closely," one of the U.S.
sources, an intelligence officer engaged in assessing the ramifications of a
prospective Israeli attack confirmed. "But we're now watching what Israel is doing in Azerbaijan. And we're not happy
Israel's deepening relationship with the Baku
government was cemented in February by a $1.6 billion arms agreement that
with sophisticated drones and missile-defense systems. At the same time, Baku's
ties with Tehran have frayed: Iran presented a note to Azerbaijan's ambassador last month claiming that
supported Israeli-trained assassination squads targeting Iranian scientists, an
accusation the Azeri government called "a slander." In February, a member of Yeni Azerbadzhan -- the ruling
party -- called
on the government to change the country's name to "North
Azerbaijan," implicitly suggesting that the 16 million Azeris
who live in northern Iran
("South Azerbaijan") are in need of
And this month,
that 22 people had been arrested for spying on behalf of Iran, charging they had been tasked by the
Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to "commit terrorist acts against the U.S., Israeli,
and other Western states' embassies." The allegations prompted multiple angry denials from the Iranian government.
Bolton alleged Thursday that the Obama
administration leaked a story about
covert Israeli activity in order to foil potential plans by the country to
served as U.S. ambassador to the United
Nations in the George W.
Bush administration, was
responding to an article in Foreign Policy magazine that quoted government
sources claiming Israel
had been granted access to airfields in Azerbaijan
-- along Iran's northern border.
The article did
not state exactly what the Israelis' intentions were, but it suggested it could
point to a possible strike on Iran.
"I think this leak today is part of the administration's campaign against an Israeli
attack," Bolton claimed on Fox
The White House
did not respond to Bolton's claims Thursday.
Bolton, a Fox
News contributor, noted that a strike launched from Azerbaijan would be much easier for
the Israelis than a strike launched from their own country -- jets could stay
over their targets longer and worry less about refueling. But he said tipping the Israelis' hand by revealing "very
sensitive, very important information" could frustrate such a plan.
afterward to FoxNews.com, Bolton said he
didn't have hard proof that this was an intentional administration
leak to halt an Israeli attack.
But he noted
widely reported comments from Defense Secretary Leon
Panetta in February that he thinks the Israelis could strike as early as
April. If that's the case, Bolton said, then
it would be "entirely consistent" for the administration
to try to avoid that impending outcome.
Policy article quoted what were identified as "high-level sources ...
inside the U.S.
government." It specifically mentioned "four senior diplomats and
military intelligence officers."
intelligence officer, who was unnamed, told the magazine that the U.S. was "watching" the
activity and was "not happy about it."
Policy article did not specify whether any of the information came from the White House,
and there is no direct evidence that this was a coordinated leak.
"Clearly, this is an administration-orchestrated
leak," Bolton told FoxNews.com.
"This is not a rogue CIA guy saying I think I'll leak this
"It's just unprecedented to reveal this kind of
information about one of your own allies," Bolton
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/03/29/bolton-accuses-administration-leaking-story-on-israeli-planning-along-iran/#ixzz1qc2n69AV
Talks with Iran
JERUSALEM – President Obama has been engaged in secret, back-channel talks with Iran in which he informed Tehran’s
leaders he is completely opposed to any
Israeli strike on Iran’s
nuclear facilities, according to informed Middle Eastern officials.
told WND the behind-the-scenes talks aim to secure a guarantee from Iran that it will not retaliate against the U.S. in the
event of any Israeli military strike, the officials said.
It was unclear
what, if anything, Obama offered Iran
in exchange for a pledge against targeting U.S. installations, including in
The State Department
did not immediately return a WND request seeking comment on the alleged
wide-ranging interview March 9 with Al-Monitor, an Arab website founded in the
wake of the Middle East revolutions, former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel hinted that private approaches to Iran were
Hagel is co-chairman of Obama’s Intelligence Advisory Board. While he was in
the Senate he served on the Foreign Relations Committee.
Al-Monitor’s Washington correspondent, Barbara Slavin,
Hagel at Georgetown University, where he teaches
a weekly class.
Slavin asked Hagel: “Do you know if there any
private approaches going on, or is it all through the five permanent members of
the U.N. Security Council plus Germany?
Read about more
complications for Washington, as China, Iran forming “strategic” ties.
Hagel replied, “I know more than I can tell you; there may be. I hope. I
don’t see any other way around this. Because you can’t deal
with something … as explosive as this is out in the public.”
the Middle East officials speaking to WND, political officials at the Pentagon,
coordinating with the White House, have repeatedly asked Israel not to strike Iran.
the officials, who are familiar with the talks, the Pentagon has made the
following arguments to Israel
about why a strike at this time is unnecessary:
An Israeli strike will not be able to totally destroy Iran’s nuclear
project, which is spread out to multiple sites, thus making a successful attack
Iran can rebuild its nuclear
infrastructure in a matter of a few years.
Iran’s nuclear project is
currently based on uranium and not the more weaponizable
plutonium, giving Israel
more time to allow sanctions to work.
Intelligence agencies allegedly operating inside Iran working to slow Iran’s nuclear progress have had
enough success to buy more time.