Iran will be at the forefront of discussion as the Bilderberg confab meets this week in Telfs-Buchen, Austria.
The Islamic nation is currently engaged in talks with the West over its nuclear program.
The Obama administration insists Iran must reduce the number of its operating centrifuges and its stockpile of partially enriched uranium. It must also allow new monitoring of the country’s nuclear program.
On Monday Yukiya Amano, the director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency at the United Nations, said Iran must allow inspection of non-military sites for years as part of a final nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, scheduled to conclude by June 30.
Iranian negotiators have previously stated crippling economic sanctions imposed on their country must be lifted after a deal is signed.
Amano’s demand for expanded inspections, however, is likely to result in continued sanctions until the United States and the West are convinced Iran is not enriching weapons grade uranium.
Additionally, members of Congress insist Iran must officially recognize Israel’s right to exist as part of any deal that will result in lifted sanctions.
Negotiations and the drift of Congress all lead to the conclusion that the United States is not interested in a deal that will be accepted by Iran.
Iran Attack Long On Bilderberg Agenda
According to the late Bilderberg journalist Jim Tucker, a plan to destabilize and possibly attack Iran and minimize its influence in the Middle East has been on the Bilderberg agenda for years.
“War in the Middle East has been on the minds of Bilderberg members,” Tucker wrote in 2013.
Tucker based his conclusion on an exchange between Vernon E. Jordan Jr. and another attendee about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s hostility towards Iran.
Jordan is the Senior Managing Director with Lazard Freres & Co. LLC, an investment banking firm. He also sits on the board of directors of numerous large corporations, including American Express, J.C. Penney Corporation, Asbury Automotive Group and the Dow Jones & Company.
During the Bilderberg meeting in 2013, Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson discussed the targeting of Iran’s nuclear processing facilities for destruction by air strikes within three years if Tehran refused to give up its nuclear program or remained intransigent during discussions.
Tucker reported in 2010 the secretive confab had reached a consensus on an attack aimed at Iran during the Bilderberg meeting at the Dolce luxury hotel in Sitges, Spain.
“Sadly, Bilderberg remains committed to a U.S. attack on Iran on Israel’s behalf,” Tucker wrote.
The ruling and corporate elite cannot advance their long term plan to reduce the Middle East to a series of bickering fiefdoms run by handpicked despots on the globalist payroll unless Iran’s influence is eliminated.
Iran Aware of Bilderberg Plot
In 2008 Iran’s official news agency IRNA reported on a fear held by some in government that the country faces “a sinister international conspiracy” designed to “replace religious rule with secularism.”
“The plot was allegedly hatched by a ‘secret society of Freemasons’ known as the Bilderberg Group whose members include many of the Western world’s richest and most powerful businessmen and politicians,” Amir Taheri wrote for Al-Arabiya News.
The alleged conspiracy was finalized at a secret meeting of the group in June 1999 in Caesar Park Hotel in the Portuguese resort of Penha Longa. Inside Iran, the executors of the “plot” included the so-called Reform Movement symbolized by former President Mohammed Khatami who attended the meeting along with his then assistant on environmental affairs Mrs. Massoumeh Ebtekar.
Khatami served as the president of Iran from 1997 to 2005 during the post-Khomeini era. He introduced the theory of Dialogue Among Civilizations as a response to Samuel P. Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” theory, a plan that was taken up by the United Nations.
Khatami was denounced as “a spy and traitor” and the conservative Kayhan newspaper called for his execution.
He appeared on the 1999 Bilderberger Meeting and Guest List.