Skip to comments.Western official: Iran nuclear deal may be imminent (BREAKING News on CNN)
Posted on 11/22/2013 3:13:06 PM PST by Innovative
Momentum appears to be building for a breakthrough deal on Iran's nuclear program, with top diplomats flocking to the site of ongoing talks and one Western official saying Friday a deal could be reached "as soon as tonight."
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Secretary William Hague will both be in Geneva on Saturday.
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Peace in our time!
Russia might save them.
So, does this start the 3-1/2 year countdown?
Iran stands fast on Arak heavy water reactor for plutonium-fired nuclear weapon
“The Iranian negotiators face the delegations of six world powers in Geneva Thursday, Nov. 21, with strict orders not to give ground on the two major sticking points holding up a first-step deal on their nuclear program: The heavy water reactor under construction at Arak for producing plutonium and Irans right to uranium enrichment. If Iran gains those two points, whatever concessions its negotiators may come up with are worthless, because they will leave Tehran in possession of two optional nuclear weaponizing tracks instead of one - plutonium as well as enriched uranium.”
i believe we can work with this hitler fellow .....
In other words, get ready to say :
“Ibidda Ibidda Ibidda, That’s all folks!”
You can’t trust the word of an Iranian official anymore than you can trust the science of Al Gore.
Better off working with Blitler IMO.
It’s even worse than that — see my post 5 — Iran is giving up NOTHING, US is on its knees, catering the Mullahs of Iran...
> So, does this start the 3-1/2 year countdown?
I don’t know but there are signs everywhere. When Wormwwood hits expect all the Muslims to abandon their worship of the demon god and start quaking in their sandals...
Ahhh...time for the Friday night news DUMP!
More hoopla to get attention off Zerocare.
Kerry to Join Iran Nuclear Talks, in Sign of Progress _ (My title: How the US enabled Iran’s nukes)
“Once the reactor at Arak is operational, which could happen as early as next year, it might be difficult to disable it through a military strike without risking the dispersal of nuclear material. That risk would eliminate one of the Wests options for responding to Iran, should it pursue a nuclear weapon, and thus reduce its leverage in the negotiations.
In return for an interim agreement, the United States would provide about $6 billion to $7 billion in sanctions relief.”
More like “The of the world as we know it”
Haha - this’ll turn out just like the Korean nuclear “deal.”
Libs are so stupid.
Just like the nuclear deal with North Korea.
“Risking the dispersal of nuclear material” used to be considered an effective deterrent.
Now we won’t risk “dispersal” within Iran, but we will enable Iran to effect “dispersal” anywhere their rockets or agents can reach.
Yep, my thought too. Bunch of Chamberlains. They’re lost in their own narcissistic wisdom.
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