For years now, we’ve been convinced that Obama’s goal in the Middle-East is replacing Israel with Iran as America’s chief ally in the Middle East and enabling it to develop nuclear weapons. In the twisted mind he borrowed from James Baker, O’Bama believes he can use the Islamic Republic of Iran as an American proxy in the great war against Israel, Jews, and the loathed Christians of the Middle-East. Where other Presidents and Chancellors, Sheiks and Mullahs have failed, Barack O’Bama is ready to reach out and grasp success in his sweaty little hands. What had been publicised as “Nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers” in Lausanne were, in reality, another victory in O’Bama’s plan to impose a “Final Solution” to the Israeli-Islam Conflict in the Middle East. (The Administration and their Media-Lapdogs® remain oblivious to the unexpected consequence of their actions…..the destruction of North America by an Iranian EMP attack)
Below are articles and links to analyses of President Obama’s campaign of chaos in the Middle East:
President Barak Obama has declared war on Israel – the kind of war that will have far-reaching and devastating consequences on the future of both countries. Obama’s war against the Jewish state can be seen in his blatant disregard for Israel’s legitimate fears that a nuclear Iran will mean an uncontrolled nuclear Middle East and an existential threat to Israel. It was seen in his meddling in the recent Israeli elections in an effort to defeat Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. And in his poorly concealed rage when Netanyahu won a resounding victory. Read The Rest Here
The construct of the fraud is becoming more obvious. We outlined it on day one. Yesterday the New York Post and NPR, yes even NPR, outlined the ruse also. American Thinker adds: Read the Rest Here
As the ink dries on the Lausanne arrangement, there are celebrations on the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities. Most Iranians undoubtedly regard the bargain stuck with the P5+1 as a win for their country: They get to keep a nuclear program, however restricted, and will—contingent on keeping their own end of the deal—be freed from economic sanctions.
Admits surprise at ‘boldness of the Iranians’
WASHINGTON – On a day when Iran and Western powers announced they had reached a framework of a deal, a highly informed and keen-eyed analyst believes the Obama administration wasn’t actually trying to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
In fact, just the opposite.
“If Iran wanted to be nuclear, that was fine with this administration. I really think that’s their policy,” said Middle East specialist Clare Lopez of the Center for Security Policy.
Lopez described the talks with Iran talks as a diplomatic kabuki dance intended to cover up the awful truth: Iran already has what it wants.
“All the evidence suggests Iran already has nuclear warheads,” she told WND.
Worse yet, she said the Obama administration almost certainly knows that. Read the Rest at WND
Islam’s WAR Against Christianity & Judaism:Obama’s Footprints.What’s To Be Done? Commentary By Adina Kutnicki
So as westerners, Christians, Jews and other minorities become increasingly aghast at the heightened Islamic carnage waged across the world, there are tacks to take to mitigate the damage. One involves holding the Islamist-in-Chief to account, even if it seems like an impossible task. Read the Rest Here
The underlying flaw in the new nuclear understandings between the P5+1 and Iran is the fact that it leaves Iran’s vast nuclear infrastructure intact. Indeed, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif boasted, after the understandings were announced, that Iran did not have to close down a single nuclear facility, it will continue to engage in uranium enrichment, and it can engage in research and development (meaning it can develop new generations of centrifuges that operate at 10 or 20 times the speed of the first-generation centrifuges that have been installed in uranium enrichment plants like Natanz and Fordow). And while Iran holds on to this nuclear complex, Western sanctions on the Iranian economy will be removed and Tehran will be awash with cash to support its expansionism into Middle Eastern countries, its missile programs which are not covered by the agreement, and its global backing of terrorism. For these reasons the agreement looks like a grave error of historic proportions.
Careful diplomacy would have had to assume that Iran will violate the new understandings and at the end of the day will not comply with its terms. That is what the historical record unquestionably demonstrates. Tehran concealed its enrichment facilities that it was obligated to declare under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Iran did not provide full access to suspected sites that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) sought to inspect. The famous Parchin weapons site was tampered with; asphalt was poured over large areas to make ground samples difficult to obtain, should Iran be forced to open the area in the future. By leaving the Iranian nuclear infrastructure intact, should Iran follow the path of its North Korean ally and evict the inspectors of its nuclear sites, Tehran would be able to reconstitute a full-scale nuclear program in short order and make a straight dash to nuclear bombs.
Iranian expansionism at present is the best window into Iranian intent. The leadership in Tehran is trying to establish Iran as a new hegemonic power that dominates the Middle East. It was an Iranian parliamentarian close to the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who bragged that Iran now controls four Arab capitals. It was the powerful commander of the Qods Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), General Qassem Suleimani, who declared that Iran controls developments in Jordan, the way it controls events in Lebanon and Iraq. If Iran sees itself as a new imperial power, taking over its neighbors, then what are the chances that its leadership will remain a nuclear threshold state?
There is almost no doubt about the answer to this question. Iran will seek to cross the nuclear threshold and equip itself with nuclear weapons. And since the understandings do not address the growth and upgrading of Iran’s missile forces, Tehran could have a substantial missile arsenal including missiles of intercontinental range in the years ahead. In short, the new understandings could lead to a very dangerous strategic situation for Israel and the West. Historical precedents with Iran and its present behavior make these prudent conclusions, and not alarmist, as advocates of the new accord will charge.