Skip to comments.Iranian foreign minister: “We didn’t agree to dismantle anything”
Posted on 01/22/2014 8:40:04 PM PST by chessplayer
Back in November, along with diluting their stockpiles, not installing any new centrifuges, and succumbing to more transparent international review, the White House listed one of the requirements of the interim deal as halting all enrichment above 5% and dismantle the technical connections required to enrich above 5%. The offending word, however, is now absent from the official summary of technical understandings related to the implementation of the Join Plan of Action the White House put out just before the deal went into effect on January 20th
The White House version both UNDERPLAYS THE CONCESSIONS and OVERPLAYS IRANIAN COMMITMENTS" under the agreement that took effect Monday, Zarif said in Davos, Switzerland, where he was attending the World Economic Forum.
And Harry Reid refuses to bring the bipartisan sanctions deal up for a vote.
Huge victory for Iran. They agree to halt for the moment the enrichment of uranium but their infrastructure remains intact and unmolested. The relief from the sanctions strengthens their economy and bolsters support for the regime. Obma had made it absolutely clear he never had any intention of attacking Iran. Soon a bizarre theocratic dictatorship that is fond of making apocalyptic threats will be nuclear armed. Obama can wave his document and claim his “peace in our time” but his legacy will be a much more dangerous world.
Holy f*ck that is hilarious!! LOL!
I didn’t create it though. I found it on the internet.
He’s not dumb. He knows exactly what he’s doing every step.
His legacy might be a bunch of smoking holes in the ground, but I am certain that is fine with him, as long as those holes are in America or Israel. These slime bags in Washington, were spawned by Satan himself.
No doubt. I am firmly convinced that his only mission is to destroy America for his puppet-masters (America’s enemies within and without). And we are actually letting him succeed. That’s the surreal part.