Iran’s Top Attorney Indicts Trump for Murder in Criminal Court of Tehran

In a story that has been widely reported in the Middle Eastern media since yesterday, June 23, 2024, Ali Alghasi-Mehr, the judiciary chief for Tehran province, has issued a 164-page indictment against 73 American officials regarding the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani and his companions back in 2020. The chief Iranian prosecutor stated that a public trial will be held next month, and that: “All the defendants, who are U.S. statesmen and military officials, have been officially notified of the case and required to introduce their lawyers." Only two of the 73 American officials have been revealed so far (that I could find), and that is former U.S. President Donald Trump, who ordered Soleimani's death, and Trump's former Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo. Skeptics and Zionist followers of the Trump Cult will be quick to point out that Iran has been trying to bring Trump to justice since 2020, the year Trump and the military assassinated General Qassem Soleimani, and that there is no chance Trump will ever stand trial in Iran. But many things have changed since 2020, and even since September of 2023 when it was announced that Iran was preparing these indictments, just one month before the Hamas attack on Israel in October of 2023. Also, recent events here in 2024 have dramatically changed the attitude in the Middle East with Iran and their allies. The first one was the explosion of pro-Palestinian student protests here in the U.S., which, perhaps for the first time, showed many Muslim people in the Middle East that not all Americans are Zionists, and that many Americans actually support the cause of the Palestinian people to stop Israel's genocide against them. Secondly, Iran joined the BRICS alliance at the beginning of 2024, closely allying with China and Russia to form a new “Golden Triangle” that is seen to be able to keep American and Israeli Zionist aggression in check. And lastly, military campaigns conducted by Iran and their proxies such as the Houthis have achieved far greater success than anyone in the West had previously thought was possible. If in the past it was impossible that any Americans would face criminal charges in Iran, one must consider the possibility that the situation is quickly changing, and that it actually could be possible at some point.

Did Israel Even Attack Iran??

The highly anticipated response by Israel over Iran's recent bombing of Israel with over 300 attack drones and missiles, which resulted in zero deaths and only some damage on a desert military base, was reported as being launched by Israel into Iran yesterday (April 19th). In the days leading up to this alleged "attack," the debate among the Israeli military was whether or not this attack should be "hard" in "revenge", or limited in scope to "avoid escalation" in the region. Here is how CBS News reported the "attacks" as they were allegedly happening: "Two U.S. officials confirm to CBS News that an Israeli missile has hit Iran. The strike follows last weekend's retaliatory drone and missile attack against Israel, which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to respond to. Officials were tightlipped about the location or extent of the Israeli strike." This was happening very late Thursday night (April 18th) in the U.S., when it was April 19th in Iran and Israel. I saw these headlines just before I went to bed Thursday night. The next morning, more details began to emerge, and it was reported that the alleged attacks were in the city of Isfahan, where Iran reportedly had nuclear facilities. As more and more details allegedly emerged, the U.S. media was reporting that the "attacks" actually came from within Iran, and were not in fact "missiles", but "drones." So I went to the Iranian English News site, TasnimNews.com, and they were reporting that there were no airstrikes at all. Later in the day the Iranian press updated their news to report that there actually were some  “suspicious” objects that were sighted. As the day progressed, the Iranian media began to mock the Western media, showing people in Isfahan allegedly going about their business as if nothing had happened. The Iranian press then stated that they identified these objects in the sky as "micro aerial vehicles" (MAVs), about the size of mosquitoes.

Iran’s Response To Israel Was Pure Political Theatrics as the Genocide in Gaza Continues

Iran's response to Israel's attack on their embassy in Syria which killed several people including top military personnel, resulted in ZERO Israeli deaths this past Saturday night. News sources reported that Israel was set to immediately strike back, until they received a phone call from U.S. President Joe Biden, who allegedly stated that the U.S. would not support them, which dissuaded them. The next day (Monday) it was widely reported that Israel was about to retaliate, but that the response would not be severe enough to "escalate" tensions in the region. When I got this up this morning (Tuesday), the news media began reporting that Israel was now trying to decide between a "hard" response in "revenge", or a more tempered one to avoid any escalation. This was the headline news this morning, but an hour or two later, most of those headlines disappeared, and it was reported that Israel would pick the time and location for their next response, which is almost identical to what Iran stated just after their embassy was bombed in Syria on April 1. By the time you read this, their alleged plans may have changed again. Meanwhile, while the world has been focused on Israel and Iran for the past few days, during that same time period the genocide in Gaza has continued with Israel's relentless bombing of the Palestinians. 68 people were killed and another 94 hospitalized in Gaza during a 48-hour period, as the death total has now allegedly reached over 33,000. Yesterday it was reported that new mass graves were discovered at al-Shifa Hospital and other places. Some of the bodies reportedly still had medical bandages and catheters attached to their bodies. Also published yesterday was a report by The Guardian that according to the World Food Programme, malnutrition among children in Gaza is spreading at a record pace, with starvation claiming at least 27 young lives of children, and thousands more are at risk. If the website OilPrice.com, publishing out of the U.K., is not in your newsfeed yet, it should be. This is the website for reading news from the lens of oil pricing, and is most likely used by the major Globalists who fund these wars. Gregory R. Copley published an article yesterday that seems to cut through the B.S. being reported in the corporate media about what Iran actually did on Saturday night: Iran’s Response To Israel’s Strike Was Pure Political Theater.

WW III Update ALERT: Iranian Attacks in Syria (and possibly other places) Against Israel are Imminent

The U.S. media has been warning the public for the past few days that an Iranian attack against Israeli targets is imminent. It seems to be an accepted fact that Iran is going to take action against Israel for the recent attack against their Embassy in Damascus Syria. And given the rhetoric yesterday and today, it appears that Iran's retaliation is most likely going to happen in Syria, although Israeli embassies around the world are on high alert, and U.S. politicians are (at least publicly) begging Iran to not attack U.S. sources. Since the U.S. is also being mentioned in these threats of retaliation, the U.S. media has been covering this and warning Americans about this imminent response. Sadly, the coverage of this situation depends entirely upon one's political bias, with the Democrats trying to publicly distance themselves from Netanyahu's actions, while the Republicans (who are mostly Zionists who support Israel) are stating that any attack on U.S. citizens will be Biden's fault because of "his" border policies. Even Nancy Pelosi, who is seldom in the news these days, publicly spoke with Biden to allegedly encourage him to stop sending military aid to Netanyahu. But the media's coverage of this supposedly imminent attack agrees with the evidence that this is going to happen very soon, regardless of one's political views.

Suitcase Bombs Kill over 100 in Iran While Turkey Takes Center Stage in the Middle East as WW III Continues to Expand

The current World War is expanding every day now, and yesterday it took a dangerous new turn, as two suitcase bombs killed over 100 people in Iran, where crowds of people had gathered together to pay tribute to Lt. General Qassem Soleimani on the four-year anniversary of his assassination by former U.S. President Donald Trump. This man is considered a hero and a martyr among the Iranian people, as the anniversary of his death was commemorated this week not only in Iran, but also in Iraq and Lebanon. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi was scheduled to be in Ankara, Turkey today, to meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, but he canceled the trip at the last minute, suggesting that Iran and those aligned with them are planning retaliatory responses. This marks a new stage in this current war, as the way these attacks occurred using suitcase bombs, left little to no trace as to who did this. Both the U.S. and Israel were able to deny any responsibility. With the mass crossing of the U.S. border by migrants right now, it would be foolish to believe, in my opinion, that such suitcase bombs are not already placed in strategic places throughout the U.S. right now.

Iran Central Bank and Oman Ditch the U.S. Dollar

The strategic policy of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) is to set aside US dollar in trade and FOREX exchanges with other countries, the CBI chief said. Mohammad Reza Farzin made the comment in his meeting with Omani Minister of Commerce, Industry and Investment Promotion Qais bin Mohammad Al Yousef in Tehran on Monday. During the meeting, Farzin pointed to the full readiness of the Central Bank of Iran to remove the US dollar from trade and economic transactions between Iran and the Sultanate of Oman.

The Petrodollar-Saudi Axis Is Why Washington Hates Iran

Why has Iran incurred such wrath from the American military-industrial complex establishment? The regime’s Sturm und Drang regarding Iran—and, for that matter, any state that even intimates that it will conduct trade in oil without the dollar, cf. Russia—is all about the petrodollar system. Just like the Federal Reserve system, the petrodollar cabal has to reign at or near the top of operative institutions that the vast majority of Americans have “kinda, sorta heard about” and yet possess no idea of the extent to which said things suppress American prosperity and prospects for the future.  Most have no idea why or how the Saudis can fund everything from genocidal proxy wars against Iran to upstart professional golf tours.

Is a False Flag Iranian Attack on Saudi Oil being Planned to Blame an Increase in Oil Prices?

From the Korean Peninsula, to the Ukraine borders, to Taiwan and now the Middle East and many other parts of the globe, it seems that every day now I am reading that war is about to break out. With the U.S. mid-term elections just days away now, it seems that the entire world is on edge. Earlier this week the Wall Street Journal reported that Saudi Arabia had shared intelligence with the U.S. about an imminent attack on their oil fields by Iran, and earlier today it was reported that a Telegram channel belonging to Iran posted a simulated attack on Saudi Arabia. I lived in Dhahran in Saudi Arabia in the mid-1990s, right next to the ARAMCO oil company, and the U.S. military presence was everywhere. If it is similar today, I can hardly believe that Iran would be foolish enough to start bombing what is basically an outpost of the U.S. military, but who knows. One thing is for certain, Big Oil is profitable again in spite of the Green Agenda. The two largest US energy majors just had blowout quarters, with Exxon posting its strongest quarterly result in the company’s 152-year history including its highest ever net income, while #2 Chevron reported its second-largest profit; the two companies amassed more than $30 billion in combined net income.