L. A. Marzulli
‘Iran have been given a licence to kill': Furious Israel condemns ‘historic surrender by the West to the axis of evil’ as Tehran agrees nuclear power deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the deal ‘a bad mistake of historic proportions’.
‘Iran will get a jackpot, a cash bonanza of hundreds of billions of dollars, which will enable it to continue to pursue its aggression and terror in the region and in the world,’ he said.
‘Iran is going to receive a sure path to nuclear weapons.’
Miri Regev, a former military spokeswoman who serves as Israel’s culture and sports minister, said it gave Iran a ‘licence to kill’ adding that it was ‘bad for the free world (and) bad for humanity.’
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely called the deal ‘a historic surrender by the West to the axis of evil headed by Iran.’
Obama-care—You can keep your plan if you have one! Obama-trade—pass the bill before we read it! Now, we have Obama-nukes as we’ve made a deal with the Iranians to allow them to build the bomb… oh sorry, to use nuclear power to illuminate houses and light bulbs, right?
Looking at the quotes above it is clear that the Israeli’s are not happy with the deal, and who can blame them.
Iran is responsible for the proxy wars being fought in Yemen and Syria. I have discussed this numerous times on this blog, and will do so briefly now. Iran wants to establish its Shia brand of Islam throughout the Middle East. Former president Mahmoud Ahmedinijhad stated Israel should be wiped off the map. Do we believe for one moment that mindset has not changed? That the goal of the Iranians will be to just that, to irradicate the state of Israel.
Bill Salus has written about what may be the next conflict in the Middle East and this is the notion that the Israeli’s will have no choice but to bomb the Brashear reactor in Iran. We’ll see what transpires in the months ahead, as the deal will force the Israeli’s to go it alone, as Israel is being forced to act in its own best interest; and, I would posit, we will see some type of action against the Iranians and their proxy army Hezbollah soon.
In closing todays post. In my opinion, the so-called deal with the Iranians is a bad one and I believe history will prove this out. Do we really believe Iran will hold to its promise not to build a bomb? How will we be able to monitor its nuclear program? Can the world really trust what the Iranians say?
Obama has threatened to veto any tampering with the bill—so much for democracy—and thus perhaps the world has crossed yet another line from which there is no turning back.