Former Iranian MP Alireza Zakani: Obama Admin Gave Us $1.7 Billion; 1st $400 Million Was Cash in a Suitcase


Of course, the usurper did this!  It’s part of him being the criminal fraud that he is:  Barry Soetoro, aka Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah.

What’s funny is that some media outlets finally came around to realizing it while others continue to reject the idea as some sort of “conspiracy theory.”

Washington Times: “America Really Did Have A Manchurian Candidate In The White House”.

Trending: CIA Whistleblower Kevin Shipp: ‘Hillary Clinton Was And Is Running A Global Financial Criminal Syndicate’

Well, it was a conspiracy, and everyone who should have dealt with the man were cowards and spineless, impotent players who should be held accountable as those silently complicit in his crimes.

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In the video below, former Iranian MP Alireza Zakani admits that the Obama administration unlawfully gave Iran $1.7 billion and the first $400 million was in cash in a suitcase.

Below is a transcript of what Zakani said that is provided by MEMRI TV.

Alireza Zakani, a member of the Iranian Majles from 2004 to 2016, said in a May 14, 2019 interview on Ofogh TV (Iran) that during the JCPOA negotiations, Iran also negotiated the issue of its frozen Iranian assets that had been held by the United States. Zakani said that Iran had told the U.S. that a prisoner exchange had not been sufficient and demanded to get its frozen funds with “reasonable interest.” He said that the U.S. agreed and delivered $1.7 billion in four payments – the first of which had been a payment of $400 million in cash in a suitcase. He criticized the Iranian negotiations team as “weak” and said that Abbas Araghchi’s had been a “disaster” when he arrived at the Majles. Zakani added that the nuclear issue was the least valuable of all the issues that were being negotiated with the Americans, which he said included terrorism, regional affairs, defense, security, human rights, and financial assets.

Following are excerpts:

Alireza Zakani: Ultimately, we would have come to an understanding [in the nuclear negotiations], but it would have been different than the JCPOA.

[…]

At the same time that the JCPOA was being dealt with by the government’s honorable [negotiations] team, we negotiated with the Americans regarding $400 million in Case B1, which has to do with [Iran’s frozen assets] from the days of the Shah. $400 million of ours that the Americans did not give… What was negotiated? The American spies, including [Iranian-American journalist] Jason Rezaian. We released four spies, and [in exchange] seven people were released from American prison, for starters. It was agreed that seven more would be released at the beginning of the year. Fourteen others were removed from the blacklist. [It was] a total of 28 people. We said this was too little, and it really was. They asked us what we wanted, and we said we want our $400 million which [America] must return with reasonable interest. [Ultimately,] we received $1.7 billion in four parts. They brought us the first part – $400 million –in a suitcase.

[…]

We said that it still was not enough, and they asked what more we wanted. We said that Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International PLC must be removed from the blacklist. The U.N. Security Council was about to end its session, so the Americans had [all the delegates] sign [the papers] for us one after another. The issue that Trump often slammed Obama for and said he gave Iran money – it was about this $1.7 billion, when we were under the pressure of the sanctions. They gave us cash money.

[…]

We knew from the beginning that the [Iranian] negotiations team was weak. But could we do anything? No.

Interviewer: The government got the votes in the elections…

Alireza Zakani: Right. The government got the votes and formed its team. It was totally clear. The fact that the team was weak and its level of expertise… at the time that some of them came to the Majles, their level of knowledge was a disaster.

Interviewer: Who, for example?

Alireza Zakani: Araghchi. He was a disaster.

[…]

The Americans placed four issues on the table. The nuclear case, the regional and terrorism case, the defense and security case, and the case of human rights and all our assets. These four cases were open. The case that could have brought about a global consensus against us, like it did in 2003, was the nuclear case. Not the regional case, the defense case, or the human rights case – none of these has a global consensus against us.

[…]

[For us,] the nuclear case was worth the least of the four cases. Not that the nuclear case was completely worthless…

Interviewer: Compared to the others…

Alireza Zakani: Compared to the region and the resistance, compared to internal [affairs] and defense, and compared to human rights and our identity – this case was the least valuable.

Obama and his cronies should all face treason charges and if found guilty, which they will be, they should all be hung publicly.

Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media

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