Thursday, August 18, 2016

23 disasters of Obama/Hillary Iran deal

1. Secret documents show Iran could make nukes sooner than thought

VIENNA — A document obtained by The Associated Press shows that key restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program will ease in slightly more than a decade, halving the time Tehran would need to build a bomb.
The document is the only secret text linked to last year’s agreement between Iran and six foreign powers. It says that after a period between 11 to 13 years, Iran can replace its 5,060 inefficient centrifuges with up to 3,500 advanced machines.
Since those are five times as efficient, the time Iran would need to make a weapon would drop from a year to six months.

Iran says its enrichment is peaceful, but the program could be used for nuclear warheads.Two diplomats providing the information Monday demanded anonymity because they weren’t authorized to do so.

2. Pentagon: Despite Nuclear Deal,

Iran Improving Ballistic Missiles
A new report, published by the U.S. Department of Defense, reveals Iran is becoming more and more of a cyber and ballistic security threat.
Iran has increased its cyber-attack capabilities and developed more advanced ballistic missiles since the nuclear deal was signed in November 2013, the Pentagon said.
Iran retains “a substantial inventory of missiles capable of reaching targets throughout the region, including U.S. military bases and Israel,” the Pentagon announced in its annual report to Congress on Iran’s military strength.
Since the deal was reached, Iran has conducted several ballistic missile tests, the most recent one having a range of 2,500 miles. In March, Iran tested a missile with an 870-mile range, which had "Israel must be wiped off the face of the earth" written on the missile in Hebrew.
Max Singer, of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, published an analysis in Arutz Sheva of newly designed accurate missiles and said Iran has recently acquired the technology for such missiles.
"Iran is thought to have delivered missiles to Hezbollah that are designed to reach deep into Israel and deliver 500 kg of high explosive to within meters of their targets," he warns.

21 Reasons the Iran Deal is a Bad Deal

The more we find out about the Iran nuclear deal, the worse it looks. Each new day Congress reviews this deal, we discover more information and more reasons why this deal is simply unacceptable:
  1. Though the deal was originally being negotiated to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, in its final form the agreement would allow just that when it sunsets in 10-15 years.
  2. This 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.
  3. Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu said this deal will give Iran “hundreds of billions of dollars to fuel their terror and military regime.”
  4. Sanctions relief isn’t tied to Iran complying with the deal, meaning Iran gets massive amounts of relief before they’ve demonstrated strict adherence.
  5. And the money can’t be taken back once Iran gets it.
  6. That relief can be used to expand Iran’s malign and destabilizing influence in the region that has exacerbated sectarian conflict.
  7. The money can also be used to further fund Iran’s terrorist proxies like Hamas, Hezbollah, Assad, and Houthis in Yemen.
  8. In fact, Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said that Iran will not change its anti-American policy.
  9. To enforce the deal, world 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.
  10. Iran doesn’t have to come clean on its past nuclear activity, leaving world powers little ability to verify future illegal advances.
  11. Iran’s foreign minister interprets the deal very differently than the Obama Administration does.
  12. For example, he 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.
  13. He also said that Iran could deny inspectors access to nuclear and military sites under the deal.
  14. He also said that 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.
  15. Even if 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.
  16. In 8 years, the missile ban will be removed, allowing Iran to acquire missiles that could carry nuclear payloads.
  17. 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.
  18. Iran will be allowed to conduct advanced research and developmentthat 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.
  19. 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.
  20. On top of that, 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.
  21. The murderous Syrian President Bashar al-Assad called this deal a “great victory” and congratulated Iran on their achievement.

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