Trump bombing Iran, Beach Boys parody music


This 26 July 2018 music video from Britain is a parody of the Beach Boys song Barbara Ann.

As it says, Donald Trump is not original in this Beach Boys parody. Fellow Republican party presidential candidate and fellow warmonger John McCain preceded him in that eleven years ago.

This April 2007 video is about McCain singing Bomb bomb Iran.

The Trump parody video says about itself:

The Peach Boys – Bomb Iran

Donald Trump’s Beach Boys tribute band present a terrifyingly earnest cover of John McCain’s doo-wop classic.

LYRICS:

Bomb bomb bomb Bomb bomb Iran
Oh, bomb Iran
Or they’ll expand
Oh, bomb Iran
They got me really bigly tweeting
Let’s get them retreating
Bomb Iran

Posted a tweet
It was pretty sweet
Wrote all in caps
so they’d really feel the heat
Bomb Iran
They’ve got nukes planned
Let’s get reimposing sanctions
Stymie their expansion
Bomb Iran
Worst deal ever

Just days after President Donald Trump publicly threatened Iran with “consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered,” his National Security Adviser John Bolton held a top-level meeting to discuss US plans to confront Iran: here.

Trump menaces the world over Iran sanctions: here.

As sanctions tighten, Washington threatens Iran with “military might”: here.

Intensifying its aggressive “America First” global agenda, the Trump administration yesterday confirmed that it will impose new sanctions on Iran that are designed to cripple its economy, starve its people into submission and overturn its government in order to impose a subservient pro-US regime: here.

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  8. IRAQ: The Communist Party has condemned US sanctions on neighbouring Iran.
    “Foreign interventions and efforts to impose hegemony” across the Middle East are exacerbating “the frenzied activity of terrorist groups, with uncontrolled spread of arms,” the ICP said.

    The US decision to sanction Iran “unilaterally and without legal cover” was “supposedly a punishment against regimes” but, “in practice, a punishment against the people with grave humanitarian, social and economic consequences.”

    https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/world-brief-august-18-2018

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  9. Tuesday, 21 August 2018

    US forms ‘Iran Action Group’ on 65th anniversary of CIA-led coup that overthrew Mosaddegh government

    THE US State Department has formed an ‘Iran Action Group’ to coordinate and run an aggressive US policy toward the Islamic Republic on the eve of the 65th anniversary of a previous American action against Iran – the CIA-led 1953 coup against the democratically elected government of Mohammad Mosaddegh.

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the creation of the ‘Iran Action Group’ on Thursday, saying that the initiative would be ‘directing, reviewing and coordinating all aspects of the State Department’s Iran-related activity.’ @SecPompeo announces the creation of the #Iran Action Group, which will be led by Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook and will be responsible for directing, reviewing, and coordinating all aspects of the @StateDept’s Iran-related activity.

    The group will be headed by senior policy adviser Brian Hook, who is currently the State Department’s director of policy planning. He will report directly to Pomepo. ‘Our hope is that one day soon we can reach an agreement with Iran but we must see major changes in the regime both inside and outside of its borders,’ Pompeo said in a brief address at the State Department.

    ‘The Iranian people and the world are demanding that Iran finally act like a normal nation. The Iran Action Group will drive daily progress on these objectives, and I hope do much more,’ he added.
    The top US diplomat went on to say that the State Department is committed to a whole of government effort to change Tehran’s ‘behaviour.’

    Pomepo’s announcement falls on the 65th anniversary of the CIA coup against Mossadegh. The 1953 United States covert action overthrew Mossadegh in favour of strengthening the monarchical rule of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on 19 August 1953. Some political analysts wondered if there was a message intended for Tehran.

    Veteran political commentator in New York Don DeBar said there may be a message, but that it may not be intended for the Iranian people. ‘Personally, I suspect that if there was a message intended, it was for domestic consumption here, to make it appear that Trump is being tough while allowing him to strike a reasonable deal with Iran. It’s the same tactic they used with North Korea.’

    Meanwhile, American writer and political analyst Daniel Patrick Welch told Press TV that the United States ‘has always maintained a coterie of war planners intent on fomenting war with Iran.’ ‘The new and most significant piece here is the announcement by Pompeo, which amounts to more aggressive saber-rattling from the war dogs of Empire. Unfortunately for these, what is also new is the growing strategic integration between China and Russia, who are more determined than ever to prevent another reckless and murderous US war adventure,’ he stated.

    US President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the Iran nuclear agreement in May, and said that he plans to reinstate US nuclear sanctions on Iran and impose ‘the highest level’ of economic bans on the Islamic Republic. In August, Trump signed an executive order reimposing many sanctions on Iran to levy ‘maximum economic pressure’ on the Islamic Republic. Trump repeated his opinion that the 2015 international nuclear agreement with Iran was a ‘horrible, one-sided deal’.

    Trump also warned that nations that do not gradually reduce their ties to the Iranian economy ‘risk severe consequences’ under the reimposed sanctions. However, Pomepo’s special representative for Iran, Hook, claimed it was ‘pure coincidence’ the action group is being formed on the anniversary of the 1953 coup – which was orchestrated by the US and UK under the name ‘TPAJAX Project’ or ‘Operation Ajax’.

    Hook refused to name people working in the dedicated group, but said it is launching with a ‘core staff of several permanent personnel’. ‘This team is committed to a strong global effort to change the Iranian regime’s behaviour,’ he added. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed in 2015 by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, including the US, plus Germany under then US President Barack Obama.

    Under the deal, Iran undertook to put limits on its nuclear programme in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against it. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday night that the United States isolated itself when it left the nuclear deal with Iran. ‘Today the US’ closest allies, apart from a few of our neighbours, are no longer aligned with Washington’, said Zarif during a television interview.

    The US isolated itself when it left the nuclear deal with Iran, says Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. The second wave of sanctions that would hit on November 4 would aim to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero as claimed by US officials. The Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has ordered officials and institutions in charge to prepare to build up the country’s enrichment capacity in case the nuclear deal falls apart after the US unilaterally scrapped it.

    • Iran’s defence minister has hailed the country’s military achievements, announcing plans to unveil a new fighter jet this week and continue enhancing missile capabilities. Brigadier General Amir Hatami said in a live TV programme on Saturday that the fighter jet would fly on Wednesday, which marks Iran’s Defence Industry Day.

    ‘Our focus has been on priorities, with the top priority being the missile issue,’ he said. ‘We are in a good position in this field, but we need to develop it.’ Hatami further touched on the recent unveiling of precision-guided ‘Fateh Mobin’ missile, stressing that Iranian missiles are good in terms of diversity and thus most attention has been paid to their agility, anti-radar capability, high precision and sustainability in different environmental conditions.

    ‘We have never sought and will never seek weapons of mass destruction and nuclear weapons due to our religious beliefs and as stated by Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei), but we will not allow a violation of our interests and are looking for peace,’ he said. ‘We operate within the framework of Iran’s strategy based on active deterrence. Iran has never invaded a country, but anyone attempting to threaten our security will receive a decisive response,’ he added.

    Hatami said, ‘A plane, which has passed several stages, will be presented on the Defence Industry Day and people will see the fighter jet flying from a close distance as well as the equipment used for its manufacture.’

    Over the past years, Iran has made major breakthroughs in its defence sector and attained self-sufficiency in producing military equipment and hardware despite sanctions and economic pressures on the country. The Islamic Republic maintains that its military power poses no threat to other countries and is merely attentive to its military doctrine of deterrence.

    ‘We will spare no efforts to preserve the defence power and will develop it,’ the Iranian defence minister said, adding, ‘We have no other way because they (the enemies) want to disarm us.’ Iran, he noted, has ‘designed its domestic defence and should make the enemy understand that if it hits us once, it will be beaten ten times.’

    Hatami’s remarks came less than a month after US President Donald Trump effectively threatened Iran in a tweet addressed to President Hassan Rouhani and said, ‘You will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before’. Informed sources say Washington has been quietly pushing ahead with a plan to create a NATO-like security and political alliance between Arab countries to confront Iran.

    https://wrp.org.uk/news/14599

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