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Israel Pushes World Not to Be Deceived By Rouhani as He Takes 'Charm Offensive' to US Airwaves

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"One shouldn't be taken in by Rouhani's deceptive words," PMO warns while urging to intensify sanctions against Tehran.

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Past Member (0)
Friday September 20, 2013, 11:39 am
Yeah i dont trust Rouhani either

fly bird (26)
Friday September 20, 2013, 9:50 pm
Why would anyone trust Netanyahu, or his cabinet- rhetorical...
Netanyahu tried his 'charm offensive'; doesn't work.
It's clear he's angling for attacks on Iran and Syria; has all along.
Red lines, green lights- nothing new, Netanyahu still on the war path.

Trying to get everyone freaked out, rattled, and upset the apple cart again. Loitering at the gate, with self serving, divisive rhetoric to create distrust, derail and confuse. old stuff.
Divide and conquer, not original.

Controlling the dialogue, is not the prerogative of Israel, even though it wants to control the White House and work public perception against Rouhani.

Israel has launched it's media campaign against Rouhani, for their own purposes. Let's not confuse issues: the Syrian people are the main priority here, not Netanyahu's obsession with destroying Iran, a long time enemy of Israel.
Netanyahu, seems to projects himself, more than Rouhani, when he speaks of a "wolf in sheep's clothing."

Sabotage and other distractions or attempts to cry wolf will not deter efforts to have meaningful dialogue with Iran, if possible.

And Israel's arsenal of chemical/nuclear weapons, perhaps, the largest in the region, will come up for assessment. The double standards are clear.

Helen Porter (39)
Friday September 20, 2013, 9:57 pm
It is so easy for us to hear what we want to hear and to gloss over what makes us prickly.

"My mind is made up Don't confuse me with the facts." You've probably heard this saying before.

Sometimes it's called faith.

Sometimes it's called being gullible. Most of us, admit it or not, are very adept at the art of being gullible.

Our subconscious mind, which is an inner child and has to do with emotion
and memory is not discriminating enough to judge. For evaluation and probabilities and wisdom, the conscious mind must hold the reins of guidance of thought, questions, percentage values and evaluations of past similar incidents.

Subconscious mind deals with emotion and memory with no reasoning power of it's own. It must rely on the conscious mind for facts and logic.

One technique I have found most valuable is to "sit on the fence". Look at both sides. Take the side opposite from my emotional ardor and argue for that least wanted decision. Then take another look at the decision I want to be. Then sleep on it.

Here's another clue...the subconscious mind is telepathic and actually records what another person is thinking.

Every thought and every word is also recorded in what are called the akashic records. It is possible to relax and go back to an interchange with another person or animal. Review the happening observing that which may be thoughts, emotions, etc.

Once you have connected with a person or animal, it is possible to reconnect because all subconscious minds are connected. Visualize the person. Come with love. Ask permission to communicate. It is possible to pick up on that person's thoughts and true intentions.

Caution: Before you do this exercise, visualize yourself and your immediate loved ones in the white light of God that never fails or in some such spiritual protection. You do not want to pick up any undesirable entities. Go in the Light and Love of Christ or whatever you call your Higher Power.

Ask permission both of your Higher Power and of the Higher Power of the person with whom you wish to connect. Otherwise it is INVASION. INVASION carries a karmic penalty. There are psychic police. Don't mess with them.

If you sense any resistance or attack, withdraw immediately. If you can take a shower or a bath do so. Visualize any negativity you may have picked up being washed away. Give thanks for whatever you experienced.

Those of you who are into the psychic arts should recognize much of what I am sharing.

Helen Porter (39)
Friday September 20, 2013, 10:04 pm
The followers of Islam, especially those in high rank, are very trained and experienced psychics. They have their own guides and protectors. They are well accustomed to the magick arts.

Be aware of this.

S M (0)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 3:31 am
Netanyahu does not want peace in the region. To have peace would focus minds more on Israel's oppression of Palestinians and all illegalities Israel does every day. USA also needs unrest in region to cover their illegitimate machinations to enforce their oil supply.
For Iran to talk moderate is disastrous for Israel and their excuse to stock weapons - and USA needs to stockpile weapons in Israel for Israel to be their rogue warrior.

If Iran is playing a clever game of mollifying warmongers what does it matter? If it brings peace and progress to Iran and neighbours for any length of time that is good for all. It will not suit CIA etc as have for decade manipulated politics in the region using iran as thee pivot. We certainly don't have peace on Western attitudes and we all need to recoup after Bush and Blair's interference in Iraq and Afghanistan ... there has been no gain on any level and for Iraq loss continues of life and business.

War is too expensive today for any intelligent politician to think it something to pursue ... and we the public certainly no longer think it something bold and brave and moral ... morality quickly gets lost in the power of fire of today's weapons.

Past Member (0)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 4:28 am

Donald R (0)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 12:40 pm
Let me sure I understand this....Rouhani, the Holocaust-denier and would-be wiper-of-Israel-off-the-face-of-the earth is the good guy, and Netanyahu, who bears the responsibility for protecting Israel from its neighbors, is the bad guy. No matter that Israel wanted, and wants, nothing but end to the rockets fired into its settlement by the dozens every single day (but curiously not reported until they strike back). Israel did not start the 7-day war. Or is your revisionist history going to try and change that fact, too?

Move right along, anti-Semitism here......and if you believe that, I have a bridge for sale.

jan b (5)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 1:28 pm
Israel is the only sane one in the middle east and we need Israel. (at least one friend ! ! ) Israel will always be able to protect itself, and will protect itself, with its own forces, against all threats and that seems to be forgotten. Isreal along with the USA has the best airforce in the world and recently held instruction classes for other countries. We could also learn much about airline security since Israel has never experienced a hijacking.....and that's a miracle considering their location.

Stan B (123)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 2:42 pm
Donald R and Janice B. Two very informed and sensible comments. Some of the contributors to Care 2 are so full of hatred towards Israel, they close their eyes to all the atrocities committed by Israel's looney neighbours and can't wait to condemn the only country worthy of our support in the whole Middle East.
Green stars on their way to you.

Alan Lambert (91)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 2:54 pm
Let's wait and see if his actions match his words. But I'm hopeful. There are stances Israel needs to modify to meet their enemies at least 1/8 of the way...

fly bird (26)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 3:29 pm
The pity play fails.
It's not "hatred towards Israel" - as most would recognize if THEIR eyes weren't closed.
It's the abominable hypocrisies of the concrete lies spouted by Israeli ideologies and governments that exploit others deemed inconsequential that the world despises.

Actions, BTW, that are hypocritical, abusive, distinctly opportunistic and despicable - are condemned, regardless of which country commits them.

Israel must be held accountable for actions that forfeit and abuse human rights, not be let off the hook or given carte blanche - like any other place trampling on basic rights and violating International Laws.

There are no special exemptions. Two wrongs, don't make a right.

Roger G (154)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 4:58 pm
noted, thanks

Lois Jordan (63)
Saturday September 21, 2013, 5:44 pm
Why would anyone be against some actions toward peaceful existence? Rouhani is the new leader and has changed the conversation in a positive and meaningful way. Israeli leaders need to shut up and wait and see. They have a population full of people who prefer peace over continuous war. All this warmongering and fearmongering is only garnering ever more billions for the war industry, while killing more innocents.

Donald R (0)
Sunday September 22, 2013, 11:48 am
John G, you nailed it. ANY Iranian president is a figurehead. ALL the power is wielded by the GA, and he is virulently anti-Semite, anti-Israel, Holocaust-denying. And short of his death, NOTHING in Iran will change. And maybe not even then. Even the Israel-haters, like a few who have commented here, would surely have to admit that.

Helen Porter (39)
Monday September 23, 2013, 12:05 am
This is what I sense from him.

There's a well developed fašade. Behind that fašade is an ego too heavy to carry. He has an amused contempt for other people. He may shake your hand (if you can get to him) but the smirk is there. He has a dangerous confidence in this ego self. He is not to be trusted for a moment.

He is also surrounded by the negative residents on the other side of life. They have the same contempt for him that he has for other folks in this world. The negative powers want him in this office because, contrary to his exalted opinion of himself, they think he is very useful to their cause.

Actually, that differs very little from other politicians. lol

f a (0)
Thursday September 26, 2013, 4:04 am
I think he takes it too serious. we trust politicians because we cant do anything else and if we want to talk about "REAL trust" I my self don't trust any politician (neither Rouhani nor Netanyahu nor...) but we need to trust them.we need to be hopeful. I voted for Rouhani and I hope we have a more peaceful world.(and Im sure that "ANYBODY" is more trusted than a racist)
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