Scott Horton Interviews John Glaser

Scott Horton, June 01, 2012

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John Glaser, Assistant Editor at, discusses the going-nowhere P5+1 Iran talks; the domestic political considerations that influence Obama’s foreign policy decisions; how US Iran Policy is Intended to Leave Open ‘Avenues for Regime Change;’” why the US and Israel won’t tolerate Iran’s nuclear breakout capability (even though nearly all nations with civilian nuclear programs have one); and the contradictory media reports on Syria’s Houla massacre.

MP3 here. (19:56)

7 Responses to “John Glaser”

  1. There should be regime change in the NATO countries and their partners

  2. UE NOW is Real change.

  3. The US has lost its way. It needs regime change. Who is on Godfather Obama´s deadslist ? Another teenager ! In the Pentagon the insanity is extreme in office for First-Strike Capability. They are suicidal bloody fools.

  4. Iran has the moral high ground — Bomb it and our Empire crumbles

    Iran is totally innocent with morality most high, while our Empire is most imperial, brutal and despicable. So, it all depends upon how suicidal our rulers have become.

  5. Redwood, there already is regime change in the NATO countries – they too are on the collapse trend.

  6. The United States has indeed lost its way. When future historians mull over the ruins of America, they'll have plenty to think about (a lawless U.S. Government, incessant military actions and warmongering, ad nauseam).

    "Regime change"? I incline toward nullification and secession, myself. . . .

  7. AIPAC + OPEX =Muslims graveyardBookz

    UE Aadl NOW = Allah SWT Live choise

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