Meria With Robert Naiman -World Powers Pact With Iran


11/26/13 Meria interviews Robert Naiman, Policy Director at Just Foreign Policy, President of Truth Out on the world powers agreement with Iran; Who and what is Just Foreign Policy? What do they do? the diplomatic solution on Iran as Obama and Rouhani promised; this is an interim deal; Who wants war with Iran? AIPAC; Those in Congress opposing were the same who voted for war with Iraq; Shining the light on AIPAC makes a difference; Who are our leaders accountable to? Israel isn’t even a member of the Non-Proliferation Treaty and their nukes are the “elephant in the room”; the diplomatic solution for Syria worked; who wanted to bomb it? Russia’s involvement; the Israeli Lobby and their power over Congress; US should distance itself from the right wing Israeli Govt; Netanyahu’s “scaremongering”; Is Hassan Rouhani the man of the hour? history being made; Is Iran a threat to the US?





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6 Responses to "Meria With Robert Naiman -World Powers Pact With Iran"

  1. shaun70a says:

    Interesting interview Meria, it’s about time the people had a think-tank to represent them, at some point in time I think we’ve lost the ball and these horrendous lobby groups like AIPAC have taken over. We have the same issue here, loads of “foundations” set up by the rich to lobby our government for corporations but no real foundations to represent the average person on the streets views. Well done to Robert and the Just Foreign Policy team for grasping the nettle.

  2. Meria says:

    yes it’s time to get rid of all the lobbies and have representatives of we the people. Glad you enjoyed it.

  3. clintcaverne says:

    Another great show Meria. Thanks to you and your guests to all you do.

  4. Meria says:

    yes, he was very enthusiastic!

  5. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    It is long past time for the U.S. to go back to some form of isolationism. A good start would be to “discourage” American business corporations from outsourcing jobs by charging them huge (HUGE!) tariffs for bringing their goods back into the country for sale.

  6. Meria says:

    Bob Chapman always thought tariffs were the answer.

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