Whenever there is some political deal, it is NEVER what they present to the public with such magnanimous fanfare. There is always a hidden agenda. Here, Obama tells the American people this deal will prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons. Why the sudden change of heart? Surely, negotiations could have produced the same result five years ago. Ah – they will claim the sanctions worked. But is it suddenly the sanctions working or is there a darker inner truth? You have to clear the stench left behind by the lies.
How can you tell they’re lying? Their lips are moving.
This sudden deal with Iran is actually Part II of an attempt to cut off Russia and isolate it. This is part of Obama’s New Cold War against Russia. Part I was to prevent Syria from blocking a pipeline to be constructed through its territory to deliver Saudi gas to Europe to compete with Russia. Hence, we heard about the atrocities of the Syrian dictator and their people suddenly needed American troops to intervene, as did Iraq and Afghanistan. The entire Syrian folly was of course to overthrow the government to allow the pipeline to cut off Russia from selling gas to Europe. Cut off Russia’s energy market and you will starve the Bear.
Russia is worried about the consequences of the upcoming sale of Iranian gas to the European Union – a project originally imagined by the United States so that Brussels would be able to do without Russian gas. Nonetheless, from Moscow’s perspective, the risk of an Iranian deal only exists in the short-term. Russia is progressively turning away from the European Union, and in the medium term, will be selling her gas to China. Russia is rapidly reinforcing the gas pipelines through Siberia. In compensation for the sale of Iranian gas instead of Russian gas in Western Europe, Teheran has agreed to buy an enormously expensive quantity of Russian weaponry. The weapons will mostly be S-400 anti-air missiles, capable of destroying any flying object.
So all of a sudden, Teheran is worthy of a deal. This has nothing to do with preventing Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. That is the fluff for distraction. This is still the policy of Obama to try to isolate Russia. Meanwhile, this policy has merely forced a stronger bond between Russia and China – a really dumb move. Both China and Russia would love to dethrone the dollar and strike the USA where it hurts – economically. Nobody is really interested in waging nuclear war. That may not always be the case if the economy melts-down.
What we are looking at is Part II, not a deal exclusively about nuclear weapons. Of course, the sanctions on Russia is part of the mix behind the European economic decline. The same is true of Cuba. Why all of a sudden end the Cold War with Cuba? To prevent Russia from reusing that as a base to get closer to the USA.
• source: armstrongeconomics.com
A Very Good Deal—for Iran
We have a deal. It’s a deal worse than even we imagined possible. It’s a deal that gives the Iranian regime $140b in return for … effectively nothing: no dismantlement of Iran’s nuclear program, no anytime/anywhere inspections, no curbs on Iran’s ballistic missile program, no maintenance of the arms embargo, no halt to Iran’s sponsorship of terror.
It’s obviously a very good deal for the Iranian regime. It’s a very bad deal for America. So Congress should rise to the occasion. Congress should engage in a full and comprehensive debate; Congress should then pass a resolution of disapproval; Congress should then override President Obama’s veto, and return America’s Iran policy to dealing from a position of strength rather than supplication.
• source: theWeeklyStandard.com
Death to America, deal with America: Iran’s Khamenei
Tehran (AFP) – Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s distrust of the United States loomed over nuclear talks for years but Iran’s supreme leader ultimately did a deal because it served the nation’s interests.
Faced with conflicting pressures over a US-led agreement — needed to end crippling Western sanctions but deeply at odds with Iran’s revolutionary rhetoric — he kept everyone guessing whether diplomacy would ever yield results.
Hardliners in Tehran, brought up on chants of “Death to America”, have repeatedly voiced opposition to the quest for a deal with a power derided as the “great Satan” ever since the Islamic revolution of 1979.
• source: news.yahoo.com
House Intelligence Chairman: Deal Paves Way for Iranian Bomb
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says the historic Iran nuclear deal reached in Vienna Tuesday will secure Iran’s pathway to a bomb and add to its capability to terrorize the West and the Middle East.
Representative Devin Nunes, a California Republican, told me Tuesday that President Barack Obama was incorrect in asserting that the nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers will keep Iran from becoming a nuclear-armed state…..
The question of technical monitoring is particularly important in light of last-minute Western concessions over access to Iranian military sites. The old standard of “anytime, anywhere” inspections has now been replaced with “managed access,” meaning Iran will have a say in how, when and where international inspectors will gain access to its military facilities.
• source: bloombergView.com
Iranian Foreign Minister Just Called Obama ‘A Spin Artist’ And A ‘Liar’ And Promises To Continue To Operate Iran’s Nuclear Program To The Fullest
April 2, 2015
Just hours after the announcement of what the United States characterized as a historic agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the country’s leading negotiator Javad Zarif lashed out at the Obama administration for lying about the details of a tentative framework.
• source: shoebat.com
Iran Accuses U.S. of Lying About New Nuke Agreement
April 2, 2015
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif accused the Obama administration of misleading the American people and Congress in a fact sheet it released following the culmination of negotiations with the Islamic Republic…..
Following a subsequent press conference by Secretary of State John Kerry—and release of a administration fact sheet on Iranian concessions—Zarif lashed out on Twitter over what he dubbed lies.
• source: freeBeacon.com
Iran Insists There’s No Nuclear Agreement – Calls U.S. Liars
April 6, 2015
Now it’s Monday after the Friday deal/agreement and Iran states the deal is no deal at all. It’s a statement.
Naqdi said the sanctions aren’t working and the U.S. knows they’re disappearing along with their leverage.
“The Americans do not want to lose their main pressure leverage, and they are in a rush to strike a deal because inefficiency of the sanctions is growing increasingly evident, and in the near future no one would comply with them,” the Basij commander concluded.”
Barack Obama, however, has a bridge to sell you.
• source: independentSentinal.com