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What you should know about this Iran deal

What you should know about this Iran deal

What you should know about this Iran deal is that you are probably being set-up… once again.

First of all, we have to remember that Russian President Vladimir Putin is evidently supplying Iran with S-300 air defense missile systems and building a second reactor at the Bushehr nuclear plant. This is just for starters. If we are so damned concerned, why are we not addressing this? Of course, Russia has helped Iran out quite a bit in this regard for years.

As a matter of fact, the Bushehr nuclear plant was actually Russian built. Iran took control of the Russian-built nuclear power station at Bushehr back in September and Russian experts have remained there ever since to give advice and technical assistance.

Secondly, Iran has been developing nuclear fuel and technology for years. There are numerous workshops and factories across Iran that have played a role in the development of its nuclear fuel cycle capabilities. Of course, these are just the ones we know of because there are several which are evidently hidden. They say it is all for peaceful purposes but for just about as long, they have been saying they will wipe Israel off the map and that they wish Death to America. They have also supported terrorist activities according to Washington’s media machine and has had a sorted past with the United States since before the 1970’s. Perhaps we are led to believe that since Iran has a new president, that all of this changed? Not if we consider the Petro-Dollar.

Just months ago, we were told that Iran’s support of international terrorism has reached levels unseen since the 1990s. A report released by the State Department THIS YEAR said the Iran had “provided financial, material, and logistical support for terrorist and militant groups in the Middle East and Central Asia”. Hezbollah, the Lebanon-based Shiite Islamist militia, was also noted.

For years, the government has been telling us that Iran is an enemy. Mere weeks ago, Lindsey Graham was talking about introducing a use-of-force resolution; a peacetime declaration of war on Iran, to ensure Obama would not be forced to repeat the situation that occurred with Syria if war was “necessary”.

On Fox’s “Huckabee”, Lindsey said: “I’m going to get a bipartisan coalition together. We’re going to put together a use-of-force resolution, allowing our country to use military force … to stop the Iranian nuclear program. … I’m going to need your help, Mike, and the help of Americans and friends of Israel.”

Consider that General Wesley Clark said we would be going to war with both Iran and Syria very soon, and you get a very blurry picture here. As a matter of fact, if you consider the war drums being pounded by Washington over the last however many years, one has to set back and ponder what exactly is going on.

It was also reported that the State Department reaffirmed Iran’s status as state sponsor Of terrorism during the nuclear talks! Then out of nowhere, these crazy liberals make a sweetheart deal with Iran to evidently halt their nuclear ambitions which they have been proactively working on for awhile. Only, this deal has a loophole the size of Texas in it. Evidently, Iran can build components off-site to install them later, according to experts. They actually win a few ways here.

It’s a six month “arrangement” which Iran could simply walk away from at the end (or at any point, really) after receiving a massive fiscal injection in the form of sanction relief. It is also simply a “suspension” of certain enrichment activities, with no dismantling of any of Iran’s facilities. According to Jazz Shaw

WithOUT Congressional or Citizen Oversight, the United States has already released $8 billion in frozen assets to Iran according to top Iranian officials, and this deal didn’t involve our allies who would be directly affected by such a deal.

Here is another issue with the official story. According to the reports, Iran will be provided with about $7 billion in sanctions relief, gold, and oil sales under this deal. Perhaps this missing billion is a projection? Where is it accounted for? Let’s look at this deal a bit closer.

Under the deal, America is going to recognize “Iran’s right to enrich uranium up to 5 percent” (which by the way is not a halt). The US also agreed to suspend “certain sanctions on gold and precious metals, Iran’s auto sector, and Iran’s petrochemical exports, which evidently has the potential to provide Iran approximately $1.5 billion in revenue,” according to the White House.

Iran could earn another $4.2 billion in oil revenue under the deal, and another “$400 million in governmental tuition assistance” could also be “transferred from restricted Iranian funds directly to recognized educational institutions in third countries to defray the tuition costs of Iranian students,” according to the White House.

That is one heck of a deal! And for what, the HOPE that they are going to play nice? Our allies are not too happy about it either. It was reported that “The prime minister made it clear to the most powerful man on earth that if he intends to stay the most powerful man on earth, it’s important to make a change in American policy because the practical result of his current policy is liable to lead him to the same failure that the Americans absorbed in North Korea and Pakistan, and Iran could be next in line.”

It doesn’t stop there though. A senior adviser to the Saudi royal family has accused the United States of deception saying “We were lied to, things were hidden from us,” he said. “The problem is not with the deal struck in Geneva but how it was done” and warned that they will strike out on their own if necessary.

The end game remains unclear, however based on everything that has been said for years, there is nothing good that is going to come out of this. None of this makes much sense. If this was a part of some kind of plan, then bets are that we are in serious trouble because the cracks in this deal and the damage it has already created is beyond measure.

One need only apply simple reason to see that something bigger, perhaps even sinister, is in the works.

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David Robertson

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David holds a Master’s of Science in Leadership. He also graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in both Strategic Leadership and Security Management. Additionally, he boasts certificates in Operational Leadership, Homeland Security and Active Shooter Scenarios as well additional training in similar disciplines.

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2 thoughts on “What you should know about this Iran deal

  1. Avatar Adam Falcon

    I must admit, this is way over my head. But, it leaves me with a couple of questions for AAW. What is worse, having pretty much zero relationship and diplomacy like we do with N. Korea, or the weary situation that we are trying to work out with Iran? And as far as Iran and their nuclear program goes; can someone from AAW chime in on the following…. It is apparent that AAW doesnt care too much about the Iran deal. So, does AAW belive there was a better option? Should we have stayed out of Iran’s business completely? Or does AAW believe we should have went straight to military action as an attempt to deter the nuclear program?

  2. I think iran just got set up.

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