Interrobang // Notes // If Trump destroys the nuclear deal, Iran will fall to its hardliners | Saeed Kamali Dehghan | Opinion | The Guardian

So, I understand why our various governments treat these shenanigans seriously, they have a political agenda that is pro-Israel. But, the press should be different. Cartoonish propaganda should be given the cartoon treatment. This is not what I saw. The “Iran Lied” slide made front pages. Also, hilarious that a government that lies constantly about having hundreds of nuclear bombs is taken seriously for accusing one of perhaps having lied about its intentions 10 years back…

Benjamin Netanyahu’s amateurish PowerPoint presentation in Tel Aviv this week – “Iran lied” flashed up behind him in huge letters – was in fairness a great improvement on the cartoonish diagram of an atomic bomb the Israeli prime minister held up at the UN general assembly in September 2012. But it served much the same purpose: to show that Iran can’t be trusted, and is poised to unleash nuclear havoc across the region

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