Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The More Iran Lies, The Better the Iran Deal Gets

Lying nuclear liars and the radioactive lies they tell

The following article appeared in Frontpage Magazine on May 8th

After Israel’s Netanyahu unveiled 100,000 files proving the existence of Iran’s secret nuclear weapons program, the Iran Deal’s defenders insisted that they had always known that Iran was lying.
Weasels cannot be trusted

Secretary of State John Kerry, Iran Scam echo chamber boss Ben Rhodes, Ploughshares boss Joe Cirincione, the Iran Lobby funders of deal propaganda, and dozens of others all coordinated around the same message. There was nothing new in the 100,000 files. They knew this all along. 

And their echo chamber swiftly followed that with, “But that’s why we need the Iran Deal.”

The revelations about Iran’s nuclear program “prove” that we need an agreement that, as Obama admitted, would give it a zero breakout time to a nuclear bomb in a little over a decade. 

According to Iran’s atomic boss though, it could start producing weapons-grade material in 5 days.

Whom do you believe? 

The Iran Deal lobby says that we shouldn’t believe Iran, but we should rely on the liars who have been lying on its behalf to work the deal on our behalf. How do you make a deal with liars you can’t trust? 
Ben Rhodes

Transparency and serious inspections of Iran’s nuclear sites: two things that the Iran Deal doesn’t have.

The first thing the Iran Deal did was lock away gobs of information, including about its own side deals. The IAEA’s inspections and Joint Commission's proceedings are secret. The IAEA puts out information, like the number of inspections, but without specific locations, they have no context or meaning. 

Announcing that there were 25 snap inspections is meaningless without knowing where they happened.

It’s the Iranians who usually make specific claims, like refusing to allow IAEA inspectors to visit military bases, while the IAEA offers general statements about being able to visit all the sites that it wants to.

The two claims aren’t contradictory if you assume that the IAEA doesn’t make the Iranians do anything that they don’t want to do. Does the IAEA visit sites that Iran doesn’t want it to? Good question. 
Ayatollah Khamenei, as trustworthy as Obama

The IAEA is vague. Iran is specific.

“The Americans will take their dream of visiting our military and sensitive sites to their graves ... It will never happen,” Ali Akbar Velayati, a top ally of Iran's ruler, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said. 

And if Iran has its way and its nuclear program continues, there will be plenty of American graves. 

The Iran Deal gives us a choice between believing two sets of liars. 

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