fredag 17 juli 2015

Avtalet ger Iran tillgång till alla nyckelkomponenter för att tillverka kärnvapen.

Obama har gjort det fritt fram för Iran att skaffa ballistiska missiler, som når USA. De når redan hela Europa men det var inte nog för Obama.


"Obama officials have come to Iran’s defense every time"

July 14, 2015
Daniel Greenfield

Obama's Iran nuclear policy has gone from sanctions to stop Iran from going nuclear to aid to letting it go nuclear. It's the deal of the century... for Iran.

One of the best responses comes from Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Miami, chairwoman of the House Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa.

As expected, the Obama administration has capitulated to the demands of the Iranians and has negotiated a weak and dangerous nuclear deal that undermines our national security and poses a threat to our allies in the region, especially the democratic Jewish State of Israel. We were repeatedly and forcefully told in Congress that this deal would only cover Iran's nuclear program, but now it is clear that Obama has agreed to lifting all UN Security Council sanctions, including the arms embargo on Iran and its ballistic missile technology.
The President has moved the goal post back so many times on his own previous red lines on the nuclear deal that now Iran gets to keep its facilities at Fordow and Natanz and its Arak reactor will remain open for business. This deal sets in place every key component of a nuclear program that Iran needs to develop a weapon and, according to reports, the only mechanism for inspections will come as a result of consultations with Iran. Iran has been caught cheating throughout the negotiations, but the Obama administration has not been open or forthcoming. Obama officials have come to Iran’s defense every time so it will only embolden Iran to continue its illicit activities. Congress must do our due diligence to examine this deal before the President can take it to the UN for a binding vote.

How bad is this deal? Even Debbie Wasserman Schultz sounds non-committal and unenthusiastic. Here's Senator Tom Cotton.

“When I was a platoon leader in Iraq, my soldiers and I faced deadly roadside bombs, made and supplied by Iran. I tried to reassure them, but I could only tell them to hope it wasn’t our day to die by Iran’s roadside bombs. If Iran obtains a nuclear weapon, I fear the United States will only be able to hope it isn’t our day to die by an Iranian nuclear bomb."

“The deal announced by President Obama today is a grievous, dangerous mistake. It will give Iran tens of billions of dollars to finance its sponsorship of terrorism against the United States and our allies. It will lift embargoes on conventional weapons and ballistic-missile sales to Iran. And, ultimately, it will pave the way for Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. If this deal is approved, it will represent a historic defeat for the United States."

Then again that history defeat began when Obama took the White House. The rest was just the implementation.

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