Sanctions cannot stop the Iranian nuclear program, only a deal can

please take a close look to the graphic here and read the text below it:

No nuclear deal is worse for the west and for the regular Iranian people

No nuclear deal is worse for the west and for the regular Iranian people

No deal is worse for the west (no control at all, Iran can ditch the NPT at all and use its full power to go nuclear), and for the Iranian public (the only ones in Iran who are suffering):
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2013/06/01/ban-ki-moon-iran-facing-difficulties-to-import-food-and-medicine/

(the 100wordz links just cite popular western or Israeli news sites – sources included)

BTW Iranians will not standup against the regime, because of hurting sanctions.
They are too busy having 3 jobs to support their family because of the sanctions.

Even if US and Israeli politicians would like to see it this way:
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/netanjahu-aid-irans-citizens-should-be-starved-in-order-to-curb-tehrans-nuclear-program/

The sanctions could not stop Iran to go from approx. 3k centrifuges to 19k centrifuges, only a deal can. In the case of the deal they are willing to go back to 6k centrifuges and export enriched uranium out of the country, under IAEA supervision.

You think you know about Iran and Iranians?? Think twice:

http://theotheriran.com/tag/minorities/

http://theotheriran.com/tag/usa/

Christian Science Monitor + Israeli sources on Netanyahu’s track record of lies and war mongering

Christian Science Monitor + lots of Israeli sources:

Netanyahu is telling the lie about nuclear weapons in Iran since 1992. He said in 92 that Iran is 3-5 years away from having the bomb:
http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Middle-East/2011/1108/Imminent-Iran-nuclear-threat-A-timeline-of-warnings-since-1979/Israel-paints-Iran-as-Enemy-No.-1-1992

2012 He made a big show in front of the UN that Iran will soon have nuclear weapons, already knowing the Mossad reports that were saying that Iran is not even trying to build nuclear weapons:
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/report-netanyahu-iran-bomb-claim-contradicted-mossad/

Also at home he is lying:
http://www.timesofisrael.com/netanyahus-said-to-keep-real-kitchen-off-camera/

Here a report on YNet (right wing Israeli news) about Nuclear Iran:
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2014/05/09/another-expert-contradicts-netanyahu-israeli-ex-atomic-chief-iran-10-years-away-from-nuclear-weapons-and-doubts-that-iran-is-after-them-at-all/

US intelligence agencies see it the same way:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/25/world/middleeast/us-agencies-see-no-move-by-iran-to-build-a-bomb.html?_r=0

Here you’ll see a video of a presentation Netanyahu made before a congressional committee in 2002 in which he encouraged a US attack upon Iraq. “A nuclear-armed Saddam will place the security of our entire world at risk,” he says at one point. Almost the same words he used now about Iran. It seems very much as if this man has been advocating war throughout much of his adult life.

http://www.c-span.org/video/?172612-1/israeli-perspective-conflict-iraq

A war that cost the US tax payer 2 trillion dollars, thousands of dead marines, and tens of thousands with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) and or handicapped.

Why do people want an escalation with Iran? Do they want get their hands bloody on more Iranian lives?

Source is again YNet (right wing Israeli news):
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/netanjahu-aid-irans-citizens-should-be-starved-in-order-to-curb-tehrans-nuclear-program/

Iranians have nothing against the people of Israel or Jews at all. Please take a careful look at these posts:
http://theotheriran.com/tag/jews/

“Benyamin Netanyahu, you’re no Nelson Mandela”

https://www.nytexaminer.com/2013/12/wheres-a-new-mandela-when-we-need-him-or-her-now/

“By solely relying on big media, we’re left to believe that Netanyahu, the rightwing settlers and his coalition of ultras have little or no serious political opposition inside Israel…”

“An array of the most experienced former intelligence and security veterans, such as ex- Mossad director Meir Dagan, ex-Military Intelligence Director former Shin Bet Director Yuval Diskin, the IDF’s former chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi and former Military Intelligence Director Amos Yadlin and his predecessor Maj.Gen. Aharon Ze-evi-Farkash have all resisted Netanyahu’s tirades and oppose an Israeli attack on Iran.”

“In the midst of the thorny Palestinian and Iranian issues, Nelson Mandela died. Unlike a huge number of heads of state, Netanyahu did not attend the memorial ceremony because, as The Times of Israel reported, “the financial and logistical outlays” were too expensive for a trip to Johannesburg. South African Jews reacted negatively by making clear that a great opportunity had been missed since Israel had been a good friend of South Africa’s apartheid government.”

Iran’s Foreign minister Zarif on Netanyahu

As the negotiations proceeded in Geneva, the Israeli premier, Binyamin Netanyahu, warned against any agreement that left the Iranian nuclear programme in place. He said: “I believe adopting the proposals is a mistake of historic proportions. They must be rejected outright.”

Asked about Netanyahu’s comments, Zarif said: “I don’t think he’s an authority on mistakes because he’s been making mistakes for his entire life. He’s been calling the Iranian programme six months away from a nuclear weapon since 1991, so I don’t consider him a credible authority.”

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/07/iran-and-west-drafting-nuclear-agreement?commentpage=1

Who is the real threat: Iran or Israel?

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2013/10/who-real-threat-iran-israel-2013101791830213883.html

“Iran’s nuclear bomb is a product of Israel’s propaganda. Since 1992, Netanyahu and current Israeli President Shimon Peres have repeatedly claimed that Iran will build a nuclear weapon over the next few years….Netanyahu is now declaring that if Iran possesses 250kg of uranium enriched at 20 percent, Israel will bomb its nuclear sites. This is while Israel possesses up to 200 nuclear warheads and is not a signatory of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)…Barak and Netanyahu were determined to attack Iran in 2010, but were thwarted by the military and intelligence establishments within Israel…To justify military aggression against Iran – who unlike Israel, has not attacked another country for almost 300 years – Netanyahu constantly likens Iran to Nazi Germany…”