Did U.S. taxpayers help fund Iran’s latest anti-American propaganda film?

For more than a year, pundits have wondered what the “once-in-a-lifetime” deal that President Barack Obama claims he has made with Iran was really about.

It now seems certain that there really was no deal: Obama merely danced around the nuclear issue.

What he wanted was a smoke screen behind which he could help the Iranian theocracy negotiate its way out of a severe political and economic crisis in exchange for endorsing Obama’s claim that he had prevented “yet another war” in the Middle East. He wanted a photo op with another long-time enemy of the US, another Nobel Prize — or at least justification for the one he already has.

He failed on all fronts.

“Iran’s nuclear program remains intact,” asserts Ali-Akbar Saleh, the man who heads the Iran Atomic Energy Agency. “We have done nothing that could not be undone with the turn of a screw.”

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President Obama paid Iran $1.7 billion as part of the Iran nuclear deal. It was recently revealed that President Obama illegally payed the Iranians $400 million in ransom money. Did part of this ransom go to fund the below film?

The Islamic Republic of Iran made yet another anti-American propaganda film.The Iran regime Forces believe their Mahdi will come and defend them in WWIII fighting with USA. MEMRI TV Institution released the film showing young Iranians destroying U.S. ships with battle their battle cries:

This propaganda film titled “Steadfastness 2” was produced by the Organization of Islamic Information, an office under the supervision of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

According to the pro-Khamenei website Javan, the production of the seven-minute film took two years. It shows the Iranian response to a U.S. attack in the Persian Gulf, with young men brandishing the Iranian flag and and vanquishing the American aircraft carriers with their battle cries.

The film drew the ire of a pro-government website, asriran.com, which stated that the story-line was “weak” and that the video-clip was like “a ridiculous Bollywood movie,” which, moreover, “ignores Iran’s military capabilities.”

The propaganda film appeared on the Javan website on August 21 and was posted on the Asriran website, along with the criticism, on August 24.

1 reply
  1. rblack
    rblack says:

    Let those islamist swine believe what they want. If they come after us, I’d burn them in nuclear fire. Send THEM to hell to meet their god, Satan.


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