Dear Barack Hussein Obama,
Hope your doing well with your journey. America seems on its way to progress. You took some bold steps on the Afghanistan War on Terror and supported Middle East countries on their stance against Israel. Although, it is not what it seems from here. I am writing with in the reference to your recent bias-ism towards Israel. I was confronted by many of my friends when you were elected, that you were not different that the previous administrators, but I kept my faith on you. Huh, but now I am glad that you continued to be a slave just like the previous ones. In the western media the general wave that’s circulating is that you are against the Israeli policies towards the Muslim countries. The Jew American lobbies and your voters are not happy with you, but that’s not on paper. Your publicity stunt is paying off well enough. Is this a curse on all the US presidents that you may remain as their obsessive devotee?
With uttermost respect I have few more questions. You won your Nobel peace prize in 2009 and addressed that you see the world as one human family, regardless of religion, race or ethnicity. If your intentions are really to stabilize peace then you have to do equal justice. It’s always observed whenever Iran seeks nuclear technology and advancement you are offended as if it a matter of life and death to the whole humanity. But when it comes to Israel you start blushing away and defending them ironically-illogical.
Why? Does Israel send you cakes and cookies on Thanks-giving or does he sends you a Piñata filled with jelly beans and coco-candies on Christmas?.
You are offended by Iran’s nuclear program and are doing your best to impose sanctions on them as seen in the recent IAEA summit. But when it comes to Israel you lobbied the whole IAEA and by voting gave Israel a safe passage. You don’t want them to come under NPT. Israel not only refuses to become a signatory to the NPT, it also aggressively maintains its determination to hold on to its Middle East nuclear arms monopoly. Israel’s IAEA envoy Ehud Azoulay said that, “Adopting this resolution will be a fatal blow to any hope for future co-operative efforts toward better regional security in the Middle East.” If that is not a threat, what is?
Can you bring peace by this attitude? As your slogan says “Yes We Can” I say “Hell You Can’t”
In April 2009 you once said in your speech that the international community should support your vision of a world free from nuclear weapons. But on the contrary you also quoted that “as long as these weapons exist, US will remain safe, secure and effective arsenal to deter any adversary, and guarantee that defense to our allies”
Are you really sure about what is your agenda? Stop playing diplomatic games with all of the countries.
Sir NPT was founded on 3 pillars: Disarmament, non-proliferation and the right to civilian nuclear activities. By far I can’t see any one of these being followed. You were blindly praising the Israel policies but they weren’t even present at the recent summit of UN. Western and European countries are against Iran, a country that has signed the NPT, can be seen for what it truly is – a smokescreen. Behind that smokescreen and the selective corporate news headlines Israel can be expected to continue dumping its nuclear waste in Occupied Palestinian territory.
Member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency voted against a draft resolution on Israel’s nuclear capabilities in Vienna. The resolution, which had been put forward for a vote at the agency’s annual General Conference by Arab nations, did not get the necessary majority with 51 countries voting against and 46 voting in favor.
The paper would have called on Israel to put all its nuclear facilities under IAEA safeguards and join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
In the 54th International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference your administration once again managed to persuade a small majority to vote against a resolution calling on Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Astonishingly and defying logic and common-sense, the US envoy to the IAEA Glen Davis actually greeted the outcome of the vote by saying, “The winner here is the peace process. The winner is the opportunity to move forward in a zone free of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East.”
But Ali Asghar Soltanieh, the Iranian ambassador to the IAEA, told reporters that this move was ‘‘counterproductive’’ to the establishment of peace in the region and would only ‘‘create obstacles for that goal.’’
Do you want to bring stabilization and peace this way? Lobbying the whole committee and giving Israel safe passages. I don’t think it’s going to work out. Kindly try a different route.