If there was ever a doubt in your mind that the sole purpose of the Obama presidency is to destroy the United States of America as we know it, the Iran nuclear deal should convince anyone that operates even on one brain cell. That includes you, liberals.
In a speech in early August, the current president of the United States compared those critical of the Iran deal to the hard liners of Iran. It seems as though the president has discontinued the blaming of George W. Bush for his administration’s debacles; instead, he is blaming racism.
The president and the secretary of state of conceded that Iran would use the cash from the lifting of the sanctions to pay for new terrorism everywhere. This deal with radical and unrepentant Islamists is a deal just short of a suicide pact.
The current president has his Iran nuclear deal, composed of equal parts: hope, abject submission to those who wish America only ill, and subterfuge to keep the details from the people in whose name he acts.
The Iranian deal ignores the nature of the Iranian regime. Iran’s politically strategy is not one of reciprocity; or respect. Instead, Iran focuses on the physical and ideological expansion of Khomeinism throughout the Middle East. This expansion will receive a huge cash infusion which, as I indicated above, will be spent on expanding terrorism throughout the area.
Iran fought hard to insure that it can maximize the bureaucratic obstacles facing inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The president has admitted Iran’s success in that regard, indicating the IAEA will have access where necessary, when necessary. ARE YOU KIDDING ME, ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
Iran will certainly continue its covert weaponization research and when the IAEA requests inspections at those sites, Iran will delay the inspections while it hides the evidence of its activities. Then the IAEA will be allowed to conduct its inspections. Russia and China will say that Iran is living up to its agreement and should not face reinstatement of the sanctions.
According to National Review, the most critical of all is what this deal means for the balance of power in the Middle East. The Sunni Arab monarchies will look on this deal as Iran’s coronation as the regional superpower. Already perceiving themselves surrounded by Iran, the monarchies are not liable to loosen their restrictions on support for Salafi-jihadist groups such as al-Qaeda, in a desperate effort to check Iranian theological power.
When the deal was completed, Iran was supposed to be running low on uranium. Now the rogue nation just happened to find a uranium stash. Anyone surprised?
The following are some other reasons why this is a bad deal for the United States and the planet in general. I once said that ACA/Obamacare was the worst thing ever wrought on the American people by the government. I may have been wrong. The worst thing wrought on the American people by its government is surely the Iran nuclear deal.
- Though the deal was originally being negotiated to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, in its final form, the agreement would allow just than when it sunsets in ten to fifteen years.
- The deal will accelerate regional nuclear proliferation. Saudi leaders, for instance, have said that this deal is worse than the nuclear pact former President Bill Clinton made with North Korea.
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said this deal will give Iran hundreds of billions of dollars to fuel their terror and military regime.
- Sanctions relief isn’t tied to Iran complying with the deal, meaning Iran gets massive amounts of relief before they’ve demonstrated strict adherence.
- And the money can’t be taken back once Iran gets it.
- That relief can and will be used to expand Iran’s malign and destabilizing influence in the region that has exacerbated sectarian conflict.
- The money can and will be used to further fund Iran’s terrorist proxies like Hamas, Hazboliah, Assad, and Houthis in Yemen.
- Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said that Iran will not change its American policy.
- To enforce the deal, would powers must first know if Iran violated the deal, but that is an unclear process that can be delayed for weeks while Iran would be able to hide and obfuscate banned activities.
- Iran doesn’t have to come clean on its past nuclear activity, leaving world powers this ability to verify future illegal advances.
- Iran’s foreign minister interprets the deal very differently than the Obama Administration does.
- He (Iran’s foreign minister) believes that the scale of foreign investments would effectively prevent the world from re-imposing sanctions on Iran, making the snapback provision of the deal effectively meaningless.
- He (Iran’s foreign minister) said that Iran could deny inspectors access to nuclear and military sites under the deal.
- He (Iran’s foreign minister) said that if Iran would not be violating the deal if it broke the UN resolution prohibiting the purchase of conventional arms and missiles because the arms embargo is implicitly out of the scope of the nuclear agreement.
- Even is Iran adheres to the arms embargo, the embargo is lifted in 5 years giving Iran access not only to conventional arms to further fuel terrorism and their drive for regional dominancy.
- In 8 years, the missile ban will be removed, allowing Iran to acquire missiles that could cary nuclear payloads.
- The Obama Administration pushed for the UN to vote on the deal in an attempt to jam Americans and their elected representatives before they’ve even had a chance to review the deal.
- Iran will be allowed to conduct advanced research and development that will pave the way for centrifuges that are modern and efficient. They will be able to enrich huge amounts of Uranium that will shorten their breakout time for a bomb.
- The deal also provides sanctions relief to Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani, leader of the elite Quds force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, who is a designated terrorist who is responsible for the deaths of at least 500 U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan
- The deal lifts sanctions on two Iranian atomic scientists who worked on Iran’s illegal nuclear program and a nuclear proliferator who has previously helped smuggle nuclear components.
- The murderous Syrian President Bashar al-Assad called this deal a great victory and congratulated Iran on their achievement.
The above 21 reasons that the Iran nuclear deal is a bad one are courtesy of Kevin McCarthy House Majority Leader. http://www.majorityleader.gov.