Thursday, September 3, 2015

Nisman assassination: CASE CLOSED [Nuclear Deal]

> I forgot in the previous post a little clarification:

Prosecutor Natalio Alberto Nisman was assassinated on 18 January 2015, precisely ten weeks and some days before the conclusion of the Iran nuclear deal framework
Prosecutor of Argentina Alberto Nisman was murdered because he was the greatest obstacle for the Iran nuclear deal framework - the case Nisman is closed.

"....In several telephone conversations and e-mail exchanges I had with Nisman over the past three years, the prosecutor told me that Rouhani was among the top Iranian officials who had “participated in the decision” to bomb the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires. The attack left 85 dead and 300 wounded, and was the biggest terrorist bombing in the Western hemisphere before 9/11.
 Whatever happened to him, the best homage we can pay to Nisman is remembering that he was not only accusing President Fernández for the 2013 Argentina-Iran deal, but that his main target has always been Iran’s regime, including Rouhani — for the 1994 bombing in Buenos Aires.
At a time when the United States and other countries are negotiating a nuclear deal with the allegedly moderate Rouhani, it’s a good time to remember this."
[the date of the article of which the above quoted excerpt is of 21 January 2015, still two months before the Nuclear "Agreements" with Iran]

Read the entire article in: 

 .....linked in the post [I added diplomaterrorists blog to the list on the right side of this blog]:

Tuesday’s deal with Iran paves the way for fresh foreign investment and the reopening of a big consumer market—in particular, for U.S. companies that have been all but barred from the country for decades. [Wall Street Journal]

Italy to fund 3 billion euros of projects in Iran
Wed Aug 5, 2015 7:49AM
Italy will provide funding and insurance coverage for industrial, construction and infrastructure projects worth at least 3 billion euros in Iran which hosted the latest European delegation after the conclusion of nuclear talks. 

"...For its part, Tehran wants to increase its infrastructure of influence in Italy not only through trade and diplomacy but through cultural and political entities as well.
Its base is the Cultural Institute of the Iran Embassy headed by Iranian cultural attache, Ali Pourmarjan. Most of the institute’s activities are seemingly benign – such staging exhibitions and cultural events – but Pourmarjan is a key contact with other organizations which are definitely not benign.
Take the Islamic Association Ahl al Baith organization, for example, created by a neofascist named Pietro Benvenuto who converted to Islam and took on the name of Abd al-Kabir. Abd al-Kabir was inspired and remains in contact with another neofascist and ex-terrorist Claudio Mutti, the editor of  the geoplolitical magazine, Eurasia, who also converted to Islam taking on the name of Omar Amin. Both men and organizations actively support Tehran and are in contact with Pourmarjan and high ranking diplomats in Italy and in Iran....".
Posted on November 12, 2013
Iran and Italy – It’s Amore!

Not strange that characters ideologically near the ones in contact with Iranian "cultural" embassy suddenly turned to surround my existence.

Prosecutor of Argentina Alberto Nisman has been assassinated also for the benefit of the "peaceful" partners of the Nuclear talks and agreement, among whom the principal sponsor President Barack Obama, and the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and her envoy representative of EU Federica Mogherini. 

Brethren, be not children in understanding: howbeit in malice be ye children, but in understanding be men. - 1 Corinthians, 14:20

  Wednesday, March 11, 2015
PUTIN's gun - with ARGENTINIAN bullets - 2: Numerological smoking gun [case closed]

Sunday, August 30, 2015
Don't name it "Islamo-phobia", but call it SUNNI-phobia.

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