Video of Stop Iran Rally speakers presenting strong arguments against Obama's proposed JCPOA

Former CIA director James Woolsey was among the speakers from the NYC Stop Iran Rally in Times Square- reprising an appearance Sept 1st at the offices of NY Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (who supports Obama's JCPOA) and Chuck Schumer. Ex-CIA director Woolsey repeated his message to crush Obama's surrender to theocratic, totalitarian, genocidal, imperialists. 

Center for Security Policy's Frank Gaffney reprises his appearance on Sept 1st. Frank Gaffney: 'Perils of treasonous, financing enemy-Iran act'

Former CIA-analyst, Clare Lopez, now with the Center for Security Policy says: 'A court convicted Iran co-guilty for Sept. 11th attacks on America. Reject flawed proposal now.'

'Lifting Iran-terror-sanctions will finance our Islamists'- reformed Islamist, now whistleblower apostate, Kasim Hafeez.

"The French Connection" actor, Tony Lo Bianco, expresses concern that the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) has bought-off Congresspeople and Senators via campaign donations.


'Reject trusting Iran'- persecuted human-rights group reps share at 30 Years After event

Human-rights leaders ex-patriated from Iran discuss the Obama administration's proposed policy shift empowering Islamist Iran's mullah regime (JCPOA) at 30 Years After event, 27 August '15 at Beverly Hills Writers' Guild.

Representing oppressed minorities are (from left to right, Sam Yebri- leader, 30 Years After; West Hollywood Councilmember John Duran (LGBT); Mona Imam (Bahai Faith); Beverly Hills Vice-Mayor John Mirisch (atheist), Roozbeh Farhanipour, imprisoned journalist granted asylum; Iranian-Christian Pastor Shah, and moderator Shanel Melamed, Executive Director of Persian-Jewish 30 Years After.

Group representatives share the hope that Americans will direct their elected officials to reject the JCPOA initiative to ensure the stability of the Islamist mullah regime. 


Share newly-released, Stop Iran Rally videos to ask Congress and Senate for stronger Iran-terms- experts say

Thousands of people marched on Times Square in opposition to Obama's Iran sanctions / nuclear deal. Experts and luminaries delivered impassioned remarks. Watch experts address the crowd of 13,000 (estimated) at Times Square of why to contact and hold Democrat congressmen and Senators to accountability to override the White House's expected veto.

Democracy Broadcasting originally published the nearly 3 hour video clips from the event in July. We also release individual clips onto YouTube gradually over time. Here are list of some of the newly-individually published segments which, because they are from the latter portions of the progam, deserve greater prominence and attention.

Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, co-organizer of the Stop Iran Rally, addresses the reach of the videos from the event.

US Rep. Trent Franks: Iran-terms' flaws- tell Congress to reject it for better.

WMD-expert, Rep. Pete Hoekstra (ret. R- MI) knows Iran nuclear development well.

Clare Lopez ex-CIA, exposes flaws in Iran nuclear proposal; StopIranRally NYC

Orwellian Obama has you in the battle for your lives! Think-tank leader, Herb London.

"Politicians fear an informed electorate, like you"- Genevieve Wood, The Heritage Foundation, Capitol Hill, D.C.

Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely- "I'm fed-up w this White House's deception and lies"at Stop-Iran Rally

Adm. James (Ace) Lyons accuses Obama/ Jarrett of imperiling America for Islamist means.

Survivor of Iran-funded terror, Sarri Singer's impassioned story.  

ex-NY Gov. George Pataki slams Obama's d├ętente with Iran; Tell Congress to override Obama's veto.

Defeat Iran-nuclear bill! Richard Allen and Jeff Wiesenfeld lead Times Square rally to elected representatives

Stop Iran Rally: Talk-radio's Kevin McCullough 'Why your Congressmen should block Iran bill!'


World War II pilots offer inspiration in defeating tyranny, 70-years after Allied victory

Veteran pilots of the mighty 8th Air Force of World War II, Allied resistance against Axis conquest, gathered on the 70th anniversary of D-Day at Van Nuys Airport.  The Heritage League of the 2nd Air Division organized this gathering where several pilots, both of the European and Pacific theaters of operation, shared their experience and attitudes with us about defending liberty from imperialism. Nazi Germany declared its surrender to the Allies 11- months after D-Day, Japan announced its surrender 13 weeks later on August 15, 1945, commemorated as V-J ("Victory over Japan") Day. The veteran pilots retell their experiences and share perspective on confronting tyranny today.

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Actor and singer, Bill A. Jones, serves as host and introduces guest-speaker, Ms. Marte Cohn, a French nurse, who recalls how she survived the Nazi occupation as a result of kindnesses of French citizens (and her ability to transfer information to the Allies). 


Sen. Chuck Schumer breaks with Obama, declares opposition to Iran-sanctions lifting proposition

Huffington Post reports Sen. Chuck Schumer planning to break with Obama on Thursday and oppose the Iran deal.   
Over 10k urge Schumer at Stop Iran Rally in Times Squre
Sen. Schumer has become fond of telling his voters that his surname is derived from “shomer,” the Hebrew word for “guardian.” “I am a shomer for Israel and I will continue to be that with every bone in my body,” he said in 2010.
Dov Hikind and Helen Freedman sit-in at Schumer's NY office
But to his more hawkish pro-Israel constituents, Schumer’s hesitation to announce his position and his failure to whip fellow Democrats against the deal demonstrate a betrayal of this promise. “Schumer, you are no shomer,” yelled a crowd of 10,000 protesters rallying against the Iran deal in New York City's Times Square last month. “Where is Chuck? Kill this deal!” they chanted.
'Schumer accountable for Dem Senate votes to override Iran bill'- Jeff Wiesenfeld, Stop-Iran Rally

'Schumer and Democrats' careers should hang in opposition to Obama's Iran bill'- rally co-leader, Jeff Wiesenfeld

Schumer’s announcement comes one month before lawmakers hold a critical vote on a resolution of disapproval of the nuclear accord, which would revoke the president’s ability to waive some sanctions against Iran and likely kill the deal. Even if all Republican senators vote down the deal (and Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake is a big if), 13 Democrats will need to join them in order to override Obama’s inevitable veto of the resolution.
Schumer posted an essay on Medium laying out his position on the Iran deal and confirming that he will vote against it. Read his statement in full below or here.

"To me, the very real risk that Iran will not moderate and will, instead, use the agreement to pursue its nefarious goals is too great.

Therefore, I will vote to disapprove the agreement, not because I believe war is a viable or desirable option, nor to challenge the path of diplomacy. It is because I believe Iran will not change, and under this agreement it will be able to achieve its dual goals of eliminating sanctions while ultimately retaining its nuclear and non-nuclear power. Better to keep U.S. sanctions in place, strengthen them, enforce secondary sanctions on other nations, and pursue the hard-trodden path of diplomacy once more, difficult as it may be.

For all of these reasons, I believe the vote to disapprove is the right one."


Speeches, crowd of 10,000 at Times Square rally to Stop Iran Nuclear Deal call Democrat congressmen, Senators to accountability

Over 10,000 marched on Times Square in opposition to Obama's Iran sanctions / nuclear deal. Experts and luminaries delivered impassioned remarks. 

Watch addresses by Col. Allen West, Alan Dershowitz, Caroline Glick, Monica Crowley, Mort Zuckerman, Steve Emerson, NY Gov. George Pataki, British Col. Richard Kemp, Wiesenthal's Rabbi Abe Cooper, Helen Freedman, and former Manhattan district attorney Robert Morganthau, among others.

Original video by Democracy Broadcasting News.


Opponents rally to stop Obama's "Worse than Munich" Islamist Iran appeasement

Second Take on Iran by AIPAC: Congress Must Stop this Bad Deal

A second statement by AIPAC following review of the Iran agreement brings a strong thumbs down on the deal. 'A new, better deal is needed'

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee says in a statement that Obama's Iran nuclear deal falls short on all five areas it had concluded were critical: inspections, possible military dimensions, sanctions, duration and dismantlement.

The deal, AIPAC told its membership, “would facilitate rather than prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and would further entrench and empower the leading state sponsor of terror.”

AIPAC concluded that the deal would further destabilize the Middle East, including encouraging an arms race in the region.

In contradiction to what the negotiators and President Obama told the nation, AIPAC insisted that the alternative to the proposed deal is not war.

Calling on its members to inform their legislative representatives, AIPAC said the agreement must be rejected and sanctions on Iran must be maintained while efforts are made to negotiate “a better deal that will truly close off all Iranian paths to a nuclear weapon.”  (Lori Lowenthal Marcus in the Jewish Press).

Co-sponsor of Iran sanctions legislation, Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) explains Iran is following the North Korea playbook and that sanctions must be used to bring Iran's regime to its knees.

Rep. Royce discusses Senate Democrats carrying water for Pres. Obama's stalling for duplicitous Iran at the 30 Years After Civic Conference in Beverly Hills.

Vice President Joe Biden will head back to Capitol Hill on Thursday to urge Senate Democrats to support the nuclear deal with Iran. (AP)   

The White House says Biden will discuss the deal with the Democratic members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, the top Democrat on the committee, invited Biden to brief his party's senators.

The meeting will come a day after Biden made a similar pitch during a meeting with House Democrats. Biden has also been calling lawmakers, including Senate leaders, to discuss the deal.

Congress will have a 60-day window to review the deal and could pass legislation stopping Obama from lifting sanctions on Iran. The White House is focusing its outreach on Democrats in hopes they'll provide enough votes to stop Republicans from overriding Obama's likely veto.