US Analyst to ST: Trumps’ Iran Decision Proves Washington Can’t be Trusted to Honor Its Treaties

The US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal will exacerbate tensions in the Middle East and around the world and it proves that the US cannot be trusted to honor its treaties, Dean Henderson, the US author and political analyst told the Syriatimes e-newspaper on Wednesday.

He made it clear that the decision will embolden Middle East despots like Israel and Saudi Arabia to continue their aggression in Gaza, Yemen, Syria and elsewhere with the full backing of the US.

 “Yesterday’s announcement by Crown agent Donald Trump is a disappointment for Iranian and American people alike, who share a strong historical and cultural affinity,” the US analyst said.

He also considered the pullout as a victory for the City of London, its Israeli and Saudi surrogates and their Crown agents who have seized control of the US government [known as neo-cons].  

“Trump’s decision sends a signal to North Korea and all nations that the US cannot be trusted to honor its treaties, something the Native American people learned a long time ago,” Henderson said, pointing out that Britain gave Trump a green light to withdraw from the deal.

“The timing of the announcement is interesting as it followed a meeting Trump had at the White House with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.  While the media spun this meeting as an attempt by Johnson to convince Trump to stay in the Iran deal, it is more likely that Johnson was giving Trump a green light to withdraw from the deal from his City of London Corporation higher-ups,” Henderson said.

He went on to say: “The addition to the Trump Cabinet of National Security Advisor John Bolton and Director of National Intelligence Mike Pompeio - both neo-con pro-Israel City of London cutouts - was designed to reinforce Trump's decision.”

Interviewed by: Basma Qaddour

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