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Balatarin

 

Just got another scaremongering “dear friend” letter from the lifetime president of NIAC Lobby, you’ve probably got yours as well.

The lifetime president says:

“Last week, Obama’s former top Iran advisor in the National Security Council warned that the President will order an attack on Iran before the end of 2013 if a diplomatic agreement is not reached by then.”

The lobbyist goes on to say:

“Right now, those people are doing everything they can to block a peaceful solution:  opposing compromise, creating barriers so the President can never lift sanctions, or even promoting ethnic separatism in Iran! “

And he finishes by asking for money so his lobby can continue the good fight.

The problem I’ve had with NIAC Lobby, aside its court documented close working relationship with numerous high officials of the Islamist regime, is the lobby’s one-sidedness.

Where is the blame for the Islamists not complying with UNSCresolutions?

 

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Arash7

Arash None of your business

When a Zionist and a Neocon supporters of war and sanctions on Iran are anti NIAC that proves NIAC is on the right track.

faramarz

Faramarz

He needs a pineapple and a few bananas on his hat!

He is asking for $100 per donor and $10,000 per month. Good Luck! He must have received his legal bills from Hasan Daii.

choghok

choghok Your enemie's enemy is necessarily not a friend.

So you mean Daii won the case? That is not right, the court decided they could not prove that he lied intentionally. So now if he continues the same way as before he will be fined I would guess.

faramarz

Faramarz

Trita sued Dai for defamation. Trita lost the case and was sanctioned for failure to comply with the discovery process. He was ordered to pay a portion of Dai's legal fees that ran into $100,000.

So he either closes shop or asks for help to pay Dai's legal bills.

choghok

choghok Your enemie's enemy is necessarily not a friend.

One could also wonder how could Daee afford those high profile lawyers he had. Who helped the guy out?

choghok

choghok Your enemie's enemy is necessarily not a friend.

Well I do not know about the money but NIAC did not lose the case of Daei lying about NIAC. NIAC could not prove that Daee lied intentionally, that is he knew the facts he was throwing around were made up. So Daee "won" by technicality, but it means at the same time that he cannot repeat his made up stories.

choghok

choghok Your enemie's enemy is necessarily not a friend.

Fred, you seem not to understand one thing, NIAC is lobbying in USA so they can work to change the war hawks here.

They have also criticized IRI for example over takeover of British Embassy or the political prisoners. But trying to change IRI behavior is trying to talk to a schizophrenic person, no one knows who is in charge.

If Americans were going for a lets kick mullahs and sepah ass, throwing them off power I would be ok, but thy want swift operation, kill many civilians and destroy some military compounds by big ass bombs, results in IRI getting to act as a savior and hero and win peoples sympathy.

So that is why I am against any attack.

faramarz

Faramarz

I don't believe that you have read the Court decision by Judge Bates. Here is the document.

http://www.leagle.com/xmlResult.aspx?page=1&xmldoc=In%20FDCO%2020120913B47.xml&docbase=CSLWAR3-2007-CURR&SizeDisp=7

We discussed the case in great length back in September on Iranian.com so it is all there. Pay attention to page 2 of the above where the Judge writes that Trita omitted Outlook calendar entries and the server had to be sent to forensic labs for discovery. Also on page 3 note that Trita has to pay for the lab fees.

I am glad that you recognize that NIAC is a lobby. That's what many of us have been saying all along. They just need to register as a lobby firm and not hide behind us, the Iranian-American community,

G.Rahmanian

G. Rahmanian

"One could also wonder how could Daee afford those high profile lawyers he had. Who helped the guy out?" choghak

Simple! There are many people who cannot stand the sight of TP and NIAC! Those people would certainly want to see TP as a loser. Nothing personal.

Fred

Fred

The law firm which represented Hassan dai, took the case pro bono.

BTW, unlike what the NIAC Lobby, its lifetime president and their propagandists used to and still do claim about the law firm, connecting it to George Bush, the current First lady Michelle Obama, used to work there.

BahramtheIranian

Bahram I only wear my own watch

A potential ' great' leader on the making
He lobbies for the best interest of Iran, and Iran can only have one interest shared by all Iranians, keep the country safe and in peace!!

Roozbeh_Gilani

Roozbeh_Gilani "Personal business must yield to collective interest."

خائن وطن فروش...

مرگ بر جمهوری دزدان و ادمکشان اسلامی و ننگ بر تمام مزدوران ، جاسوسان بی‌شرف وطن فروش فرنگ نشینشان

Arash7

Arash None of your business

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