Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:21PM
It was a desire of former national security advisor Michael Flynn “to label the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization, ”Martin said.
It was a desire of former national security advisor Michael Flynn “to label the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization, ”Martin said.

A proposal by the administration of US President Donald Trump to designate Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps a “terrorist organization” underscores that the White House is dominated by the Jewish Zionist lobby, says a political analyst.

The proposal against the IRGC has reportedly stalled over warnings from US defense and intelligence officials that the move could "backfire," Reuters reported Friday, citing US and European officials familiar with the matter.

The proposal was temporarily halted amid an internal debate arguing that the measure could undermine the fight against the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group and complicate the enforcement of Iran’s nuclear deal, the unnamed sources said.

“The internal discussion at the Trump administration to declare the Revolutionary Guards in Iran as a terrorist organization further shows that the Trump administration is dominated by Jewish Zionist influences, neocons that are in the mold of that those dominated the George W. Bush administration on matters of foreign policy and equally dominated the administration of Barack Obama to a certain extent,” said Rodney Martin, a former congressional staffer based in Los Angeles.

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon (R), Donald Trump (L) and his son-in law Jared Kushner

Martin told Press TV on Saturday that Trump has so far “shown to be a terrible neocon on all matters relating to Iran; and during the campaign, he made his position quite clear that he was going to adopt the position now.”

The political analyst also named some senior advisors in Trump’s administration, who according to him, had been behind the plan. He believes that it was desire of former national security advisor Michael Flynn “to label the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization.”

Martin also said that “more is coming from Steve Bannon [Trump advisor] who is highly questionable in dubious character.”

"The other influential advisor in the administration, I believe that is Jared Kushner; his terrible Jewish Zionist son-in-law, also has his imprint on this extremist, extremist anti-Iranian, pro-Jewish Zionist agenda,” he added.

The analyst also argued that “the world community is going to push back on this attempt” because they understand quite well who has been supporting terrorism and ISIL [Daesh] and who has been fighting it.”

 According to him, “the United States, Saudi Arabia and other horrific players in the Middle East had been supporting and crated ISIL (Daesh].”