Updated: Nov 29, 2021
"All nations have a duty to act. No responsible government should subsidize Iran’s bloodlust. "
PLEASE LISTEN TO THESE WORDS CAREFULLY -
WE HAVE TO ASK THE P5+1 AND JOE BIDEN, ROB MALLEY, ANTONY BLINKEN , SILENT DEMOCRATS IN CONGESS - -WHAT ABOUT THIS DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?
WE THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND.....
JOE BIDEN AND THE P5+1 ARE LEGITIMIZING, EMBOLDENING, ENRICHING AND NUCLEARIZING A BRUTAL THEOCRACY THAT STONES WOMEN, HANGS GAYS AND ARRESTS, TORTURES AND EXECUTES POLITICAL OPPONENTS, POLITICAL AND ETHNIC MINORITIES AND THOSE EXERCISING FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY.
THEY MUST STOP NOW!
THEY MUST KEEP THE SANCTIONS IN PLACE UNTIL THE REGIME DISMANTLES ITS NUCLEAR INFRASTRUCTURE, CEASES BRUTALIZING AND OPPRESSING ITS PEOPLE, STOPS ITS MURDEROUS OCCUPATION THROUGHOUT THE MIDDLE EAST, STOPS ITS VIRULENT ANTISEMITISM AND FERVENT OBSESSION WITH THE ANNIHILATION OF ISRAEL -AND ACTS LIKE A CIVILIZED NATION.
WE SAY TO OUR GOVERNMENTS - STOP SIDING WITH THE GREATEST STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM IN THE WORLD AND ITS TERROR PROXIES.
WE WILL NOT TURN A BLIND EYE TO YOUR LACK OF MORALITY AND COURAGE. WE ARE BETTER THAN THIS.
PLEASE PUT OUR SECURITY AND OUR VALUES OVER POLITICS..
THIS IS THE DEFINING ISSUE OF OUR TIME AND IT WILL BE THE DEFINING ISSUE OF THE NEXT ELECTION ... YOU CAN BE SURE OF IT.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO DO THE RIGHT THING.
EXCERPT Remarks by President Trump to the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly
Issued on: September 25, 2019
United Nations HeadquartersNew York, New York
September 24, 2019
10:12 A.M. EDT
PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, distinguished delegates, ambassadors, and world leaders:
Seven decades of history have passed through this hall, in all of their richness and drama. Where I stand, the world has heard from presidents and premiers at the height of the Cold War. We have seen the foundation of nations. We have seen the ringleaders of revolution. We have beheld saints who inspired us with hope, rebels who stirred us with passion, and heroes who emboldened us with courage — all here to share plans, proposals, visions, and ideas on the world’s biggest stage.
Like those who met us before, our time is one of great contests, high stakes, and clear choices.
The essential divide that runs all around the world and throughout history is once again thrown into stark relief. It is the divide between those whose thirst for control deludes them into thinking they are destined to rule over others and those people and nations who want only to rule themselves.
I have the immense privilege of addressing you today as the elected leader of a nation that prizes liberty, independence, and self-government above all. The United States, after having spent over two and a half trillion dollars since my election to completely rebuild our great military, is also, by far, the world’s most powerful nation. Hopefully, it will never have to use this power.
Americans know that in a world where others seek conquest and domination, our nation must be strong in wealth, in might, and in spirit. That is why the United States vigorously defends the traditions and customs that have made us who we are.
Like my beloved country, each nation represented in this hall has a cherished history, culture, and heritage that is worth defending and celebrating, and which gives us our singular potential and strength.
The free world must embrace its national foundations. It must not attempt to erase them or replace them.
Looking around and all over this large, magnificent planet, the truth is plain to see: If you want freedom, take pride in your country. If you want democracy, hold on to your sovereignty. And if you want peace, love your nation. Wise leaders always put the good of their own people and their own country first.
The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots. The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations who protect their citizens, respect their neighbors, and honor the differences that make each country special and unique.
The United States does not seek conflict with any other nation. We desire peace, cooperation, and mutual gain with all. But I will never fail to defend America’s interests.
One of the greatest security threats facing peace-loving nations today is the repressive regime in Iran. The regime’s record of death and destruction is well known to us all. Not only is Iran the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism, but Iran’s leaders are fueling the tragic wars in both Syria and Yemen.
At the same time, the regime is squandering the nation’s wealth and future in a fanatical quest for nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them. We must never allow this to happen.
To stop Iran’s path to nuclear weapons and missiles, I withdrew the United States from the terrible Iran nuclear deal, which has very little time remaining, did not allow inspection of important sites, and did not cover ballistic missiles.
Following our withdrawal, we have implemented severe economic sanctions on the country. Hoping to free itself from sanctions, the regime has escalated its violent and unprovoked aggression. In response to Iran’s recent attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, we just imposed the highest level of sanctions on Iran’s central bank and sovereign wealth fund.
All nations have a duty to act. No responsible government should subsidize Iran’s bloodlust.
As long as Iran’s menacing behavior continues, sanctions will not be lifted; they will be tightened. Iran’s leaders will have turned a proud nation into just another cautionary tale of what happens when a ruling class abandons its people and embarks on a crusade for personal power and riches.
For 40 years, the world has listened to Iran’s rulers as they lash out at everyone else for the problems they alone have created. They conduct ritual chants of “Death to America” and traffic in monstrous anti-Semitism.
Last year the country’s Supreme Leader stated, “Israel is a malignant cancerous tumor…that has to be removed and eradicated: it is possible and it will happen.” America will never tolerate such anti-Semitic hate.
Fanatics have long used hatred of Israel to distract from their own failures. Thankfully, there is a growing recognition in the wider Middle East that the countries of the region share common interests in battling extremism and unleashing economic opportunity.
That is why it is so important to have full, normalized relations between Israel and its neighbors. Only a relationship built on common interests, mutual respect, and religious tolerance can forge a better future.
Iran’s citizens deserve a government that cares about reducing poverty, ending corruption, and increasing jobs — not stealing their money to fund a massacre abroad and at home.
After four decades of failure, it is time for Iran’s leaders to step forward and to stop threatening other countries, and focus on building up their own country. It is time for Iran’s leaders to finally put the Iranian people first.
America is ready to embrace friendship with all who genuinely seek peace and respect.