Sunday, July 26, 2015

Jews to The Ovens? Huckabee Nails It In interview

Earlier today, I posted about the Jew haters amongst us. And as can be assumed by the few who follow me, I would put Barak Obama, Valerie Jarret, John Kerry to name a few at the top of my list. As such, it can be taken for granted that I feel the agreement made with Iran by this loathsome administration is an abomination not only to Israel, but in fact to the entire world. Make no mistake of this. Israel is now in stark danger and in turn so are we. Think of this. We will now allow Iran to buy ICBMs! No need for them to have them for an attack on Israel, so exactly where are those missiles meant to aim at? 20 guesses and the first 19 don't count.

Take it back one step though. As I said, they do not need ICBMs to lob a nuke into Israel.This is the same premise I put forward some time ago as to North Korea. They have nukes. But one does not have to be brain dead to realize they can lob one over the border into South Korea and easily kill roughly 35,000 Americans on duty there. This isn't histrionics, just cold facts. Well, same goes for our Jew hating Muslim friends in Iran.

Today, Gov. Huckabee in an interview with Breibart said exactly what so many are really feeling about this fiasco.

"Governor Huckabee didn’t pull any punches when talking about Obama’s Iran nuclear deal: “This president’s foreign policy is the most feckless in American history. It is so naive that he would trust the Iranians. By doing so, he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven. This is the most idiotic thing, this Iran deal. It should be rejected by both Democrats and Republicans in Congress and by the American people. I read the whole deal. We gave away the whole store. It’s got to be stopped.”

 Of course, the liberals and Jew hating media have their panties in a bunch over his comments, but in reality can one really argue with him? After all, I mentioned in my last post how the world has once again chosen to turn it's back on the reality that is the coming of another holocaust, one that in fact has already begun if anyone with their heads out of their asses would acknowledge the slaughter of Christians as well as the attacks on Jews around the world by the Radical Muslim scum. And of course, heaven forbid if anyone equates anything or person to the Nazis, Hitler, Stalin, Mao or any of the rancid dictators who slaughtered millions so as to keep power!

Make no mistake of this. another holocaust is coming if the world chooses to ignore what is in front of their eyes!

 I'll leave this for the moment with a column by Charles Krauthammer who as always concisely cuts to the meat of the situation:

"When you write a column, as did I two weeks ago, headlined “The worst agreement in U.S. diplomatic history,” you don’t expect to revisit the issue. We had hit bottom. Or so I thought. Then on Tuesday the final terms of the Iranian nuclear deal were published. I was wrong.

Who would have imagined we would be giving up the conventional arms and ballistic missile embargoes on Iran? In nuclear negotiations?

When asked at his Wednesday news conference why there is nothing in the deal about the four American hostages being held by Iran, President Obama explained that this is a separate issue, not part of nuclear talks.

Are conventional weapons not a separate issue? After all, conventional, by definition, means non-nuclear. Why are we giving up the embargoes?

Because Iran, joined by Russia — our “reset” partner — sprung the demand at the last minute, calculating that Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry were so desperate for a deal that they would cave. They did. And have convinced themselves that they scored a victory by delaying the lifting by five to eight years. (Ostensibly. The language is murky. The interval could be considerably shorter.)

Obama claimed in his Wednesday news conference that it really doesn’t matter because we can always intercept Iranian arms shipments to, say, Hezbollah.

But wait. Obama has insisted throughout that we are pursuing this Iranian diplomacy to avoid the use of force, yet now blithely discards a previous diplomatic achievement — the arms embargo — by suggesting, no matter, we can just shoot our way to interdiction.

Moreover, the most serious issue is not Iranian exports but Iranian imports — of sophisticated Russian and Chinese weapons. These are untouchable. We are not going to attack Russian and Chinese transports.
The net effect of this capitulation will be not only to endanger our Middle East allies now under threat from Iran and its proxies, but to endanger our own naval forces in the Persian Gulf. Imagine how Iran’s acquisition of the most advanced anti-ship missiles would threaten our control over the Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, waterways we have kept open for international commerce for a half-century.

The other major shock in the final deal is what happened to our insistence on “anytime, anywhere” inspections. Under the final agreement, Iran has the right to deny international inspectors access to any undeclared nuclear site. The denial is then adjudicated by a committee — on which Iran sits. It then goes through several other bodies, on all of which Iran sits. Even if the inspectors’ request prevails, the approval process can take 24 days.

And what do you think will be left to be found, left unscrubbed, after 24 days? The whole process is farcical.
The action now shifts to Congress. The debate is being hailed as momentous. It is not. It’s irrelevant.
Congress won’t get to vote on the deal until September. But Obama is taking the agreement to the U.N. Security Council for approval within days. Approval there will cancel all previous U.N. resolutions outlawing and sanctioning Iran’s nuclear activities.

Meaning: Whatever Congress ultimately does, it won’t matter because the legal underpinning for the entire international sanctions regime against Iran will have been dismantled at the Security Council. Ten years of painstakingly constructed international sanctions will vanish overnight, irretrievably.

Even if Congress rejects the agreement, do you think the Europeans, the Chinese or the Russians will reinstate sanctions? The result: The United States is left isolated while the rest of the world does thriving business with Iran.

Should Congress then give up? No. Congress needs to act in order to rob this deal of, at least, its domestic legitimacy. Rejection will make little difference on the ground. But it will make it easier for a successor president to legitimately reconsider an executive agreement (Obama dare not call it a treaty — it would be instantly rejected by the Senate) that garnered such pathetically little backing in either house of Congress.
It’s a future hope, but amid dire circumstances. By then, Iran will be flush with cash, legitimized as a normal international actor in good standing, recognized (as Obama once said) as “a very successful regional power.” Stopping Iran from going nuclear at that point will be infinitely more difficult and risky.

Which is Obama’s triumph. He has locked in his folly. He has laid down his legacy and we will have to live with the consequences for decades.
Charles Krauthammer

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