Iran Deal: Obama’s very bad deal

John Kerry, Iran Deal, Negotiations
John Kerry, Iran Deal, Negotiations

History has been made in Vienna, Austria with a deal we never thought would happen in our lifetime; Obama’s nuclear deal for Iran has been reached and agreed upon. You would hope this would set the world at ease with this evil regime having strict guidelines to follow, however that is not the case. When Israel, with her right-wing and left-wing government officials, and Arab neighbors like Saudi Arabia agree that this deal is a very bad deal, it speaks volumes.

Israel of course, has concerns for security that are well known, but the surprising thing about this weak “deal” is the submissiveness of the American President and his administration. You would think that when dealing with the same regime that calls for death to Israel and death to America the Obama administration would be a little more unwilling to give in to the Iranian demands, but that obviously was not the case as can be seen by some of the details in this agreement.

The Iranians will get billions of dollars to advance their nuclear program and sponsor terrorism, as well as being allowed to operate 3000 centrifuges to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons. As relaxed as these requirements are, Iran will be given not a 24 hour notice for inspections, but a 24 day notice before inspections take place. The Iranian regime is the modern day Sergeant Bilko and the western world is as easily fooled as Colonel Hall.

In words of Prime Minster of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, “Can you imagine giving a drug dealer 24 days’ notice before you check the premises? That’s a lot of time to flush a lot of meth down the toilet.” How many red lines did Assaad cross using chemical weapons, yet nothing was done? This deal will almost certainly force Israel into a position of having to defend herself; only time will tell.


Reprinted with permission TheConservativeUnderground.

Photo credit US Department of State


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