Iranian Protests Real Says Ex-CIA Agent Sam Faddis

Iran’s shoot down of an Ukrainian jetliner is fueling genuine domestic protests against a brutal regime, says a former CIA Agent with extensive knowledge of that part of the world. Sam Faddis says although the U.S. might be encouraging the protests, he says there is and has been growing resentment against the leaders of Iran. Here he is, being interviewed by On Target’s Larry Sparano:

 

Trump/Netanyahu Iran-Baiting Not Over/Ukrainian Jet Crash Mystery

The U.S. and Israel remain determined to bring down the Iranian regime. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says we can expect more incidents ahead –designed to draw Iran into a war that the U.S. is confident it will win. And the mystery deepens regarding what brought down that Ukrainian passenger jet in Tehran. Both included in Larry’s latest discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

Putin Behind Trump-Pompeo Back Off on Iran?

Up unitl this week, it looked like the U.S. was ready to go war with Iran.  But now all that has changed, with the Trump administration claiming that it has forced Iran to cease its moves against U.S. interests in the region.  But what is the real story?  On-Target’s Larry Sparano says it’s not Iran that has backed off, but rather it was the Trump administration that decided to cool things down.  He explains why in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:  Their conversation follows a report concluding that U.S. claims of Iranian agression were false to begin with.  (We apologize for the poor audio quality of what you are about to hear:)