Biden’s PR Campaign to Paint Israel as an Aggressor

In order to justify empowering Iran, the United States is pushing a narrative that Israel and Saudi Arabia are equally destabilizing for the Middle East.
2019 image showing one of Iran’s tankers that was purportedly damaged by an explosion in the Red Sea.
NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL TANKER COMPANY

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Israel must be fuming. On March 11, unnamed United States officials released bombshell information to the Wall Street Journal stating that since 2019, Israel has targeted at least a dozen Iranian vessels bound for Syria. The decision to publish the material comes just two weeks after Israel blamed Iran for attacking an Israeli-owned vessel in the Gulf of Oman, and a day before Iran claimed Israel attacked another of its vessels in the eastern Mediterranean.

On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal connects the recent attacks with the timing of the WSJ story. Put together, they reveal that the U.S. is once again attempting to justify empowering Iran, at the expense of its ally Israel.

Show Notes

The Barack Obama Mystery

Israeli Strikes Target Iranian Oil Bound for Syria - WSJ

The Iran Deal’s Inevitable Sequel by Lee Smith

Shipping mysteries grow: Is Israel really attacking Iranian vessels? by Seth Frantzman

Rejoining the Iran Nuclear Deal Is Not Enough