In Search of Truth
Reports on Mullahs's lobby in US
Editor: Hassan Daioleslam

Monday 29 May 2017



Zarif says Iran can defeat US and Israel   Hassan Daioleslam

Reformists disillusioned with Rouhani   Hassan Daioleslam

Iran's second foreign minister   Hassan Daioleslam

Javad Zarif's work plan   Hassan Daioleslam

Al-Monitor, a pro-Tehran website in Washington.   Hassan Daioleslam

Iranian terrorism and Tehran apologists   Hassan Daioleslam

Iranian regime's report projects more lobby in US and support to anti-war groups   Hassan Dai

Tehran lobby's dilemma: how to explain away Mullahs's new threat to annihilate Israel   Hassan Dai

How to make lots of money in Iran   Hassan Dai

Wilson Center's Iranian business   Hassan Dai

itzpatrick and Parsi in UK parliament, an expert and a lobbyist   Hassan Dai

Esteemed Gary Samore leaves Obama administration   Hassan Dai

Chasing David Albright   Hassan Dai

Gary Sick and Iranian regime, a case study   Hassan Dai

Could they trick Obama on Iran?   Hassan Dai

Pentagon Report on Iranian Intelligence agents Who Collaborated with NIAC   Hassan Dai

Trita Parsi's "anti war" business   Hassan Dai

The "Iran lobby" writes to Obama   Hassan Dai

NIAC Lost Defamation Case and Sanctioned for Discovery Abuses   Hassan Dai

Fareed Zakaria in wonderland   Hassan Dai

Appeasement with Iran more harmful than terrorist plot   Hassan Dai

State Department: The Side Kick in the NIAC show   Hassan Dai

Thieves are welcome   Hassan Dai

Trita Parsi and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards: Coordination or Competition?   Hassan Dai

How the Iranian regime profited from 9/11   Hassan Dai

Mullahs bomb versus my American toothpaste   Hassan Dai

US should apply the Syrian sanctions to Iranian regime's leaders   Hassan Dai

How to pale Ahmadinejad's anti-Semitism? Ask NIAC director   Hassan Dai

Marketing the Iranian regime's hostage taking   Hassan Dai

Iran analysts or pro-Tehran advocates?   Hassan Dai

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Esteemed Gary Samore leaves Obama administration

[JOURNAL]  [01 Feb 2013]  
Hassan Dai
Source: [www.iranianlobby.com] 


The White House WMD czar Gary Samore is leaving the administration. Dr. Samore had a realistic view of the Iranian regime and his presence in the White House was a counterbalance to the influence of pro-appeasement lobby.

During a speech at Woodrow Wilson center on January 11th, 2008, Dr. Samore explained the difficulty to engage Iran:

"There is no doubt that there is some people in Iran who would see the kind of incentives the US could put on the table as attractive. But I think the significant part of Iran's power establishment who would find those kinds of carrots to be very unattractive. They would be poisoned carrots because they (Iranian leaders) build their political situation on hostility with the US. And for them, a better relation with US represents a cultural clash and will also weaken their domestic political position."

Later in September 2008, during a CFR conference Samore was more explicate and declared:

"And I'm absolutely convinced, whatever you think about the wisdom of using military force as a last resort, unless the Iranians believe that's a real, serious possibility, I just don't think diplomacy can be effective.  That doesn't mean that we should be threatening them publicly, but as they sit and calculate the odds, unless they believe that that's a real danger, I think whatever we put on the table by way of carrots and inducements is not going to be effective"

Source: www.iranianlobby.com

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