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REPORT: Why President Obama’s IRAN NUKE-Deal may Start WW3


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IRAN gets it’s Deal, USA gets ‘Promises’

After nearly 2 years of failed deadlines, and countless concessions  — The Obama Administration (along with 5 world powers) has finally achieved a Nuclear deal with Iran, The world’s leading sponsor of International Terrorism.

Despite the controversy and blatant opposition, TOA appeared to be so determined to strike an agreement with the nation that they pretty much ‘bet’ the National security Interests of not just our long-time ally Israel, but of the United States as well.

Yet when the deal was reached, The President took to the cameras and did a victory lap — touting the agreement as a hallmark achievement, stating that it is a step toward a “more hopeful world”

“This deal offers an opportunity to move in a new direction,We should seize it” Obama said.

Iran’s Nuke Deal: What’s in it?

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Since the 159-page document was released, thousands of people have been combing through it’s pages — trying to see just what the plan entails.

Although more information will emerge in the coming days, here are a few Items outlined in the President’s Deal:

  • Iran must reduce Uranium stockpile by 98% for 15yrs (although it can build a bomb with less than 2% of it’s Uranium stock-pile)
  • Iran must Disable (not dismantle) 2/3 of it’s Centrifuge Machines
  • Sanctions will ‘Snap Back’ within 65 days of Non-Compliance (However that gives Iran 64 days to hide it’s illegal operations)
  • U.N. Weapons Embargo will remain in place for 5 years
  • U.N. Missile sanctions will remain in place for 8 years
  • U.N. Inspectors could ‘Press’ for visits to Military Sites (however Iran has option to reject inspections in certain conditions)

Although these are just a FEW of the key points in this agreement, It doesn’t take much to see that Iran will become a nuclear super-power in practically no time under these conditions.

How? Let’s find out.

Stockpile Reduction:

Yes Iran will have to reduce it’s Uranium stock-pile by 98%, however as already discovered — Iran has so much Uranium that the remaining 2% will be MORE than enough for them to build the Nuclear bomb they’ve always wanted, something that President Obama claims he is trying prevent.

2/3 centrifuges ‘Disabled:

nuclear-facilitiesThe agreement states that Iran must Disable two-thirds (67%) of it’s Centrifuge machines, but it does not say that the they must Dismantle the centrifuges — believe it or not, this is a very big difference.

Think of Iran’s Nuclear program as a “Light-bulb” in a specific room.

If you want to Disable the light from coming on, all you have to do is flip the switch. Yet if you ever wanted to turn it back on, you can do so just as quickly as you turned it off.

However if you wanted to Dismantle the light switch, you would need to remove the switch from the wall, and then rip the electrical wires out of the socket. This would prevent the light-bulb from coming on now and in the future (without intensive work)


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This is the equivalent of Iran Disabling it’s Nuclear centrifuges instead of Dismantling them.

All Iran must do is simply ‘turn off’ some of its centrifuges while everyone is looking, and when the coast is clear — it can just turn them back on again.

But should the U.N. inspectors want to inspect it’s facilities — Iran has up to 64 days to shut them all back off (Remember the 65 day ‘snap back’ clause).

However I assume that they could successfully hide their work in about 3 days (If they worked non-stop).

Yet the Obama Administration continues to promote the agreement as a ‘Win’ for America — How retarded is that??

Even the Israeli Prime Minister (Benjamin Netanyahu) couldn’t disagree more with the President, calling the Agreement a “Stunning Historic Mistake”

And it is not just him, even countries like Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia all agree that Iran should NOT be granted the freedom to develop it’s Nuclear capabilities!

… Yet the President continues to turn a deaf ear.

24/7 access to Iran’s Nuclear facilities? (Not Really)

One of the points being pressed by those in favor of this deal is that U.N. inspectors will have ‘unlimited’ access to Iran’s Nuclear facilities.

This is deceptively false.

The deal outlines that Inspectors will have free access to Iran’s Nuclear facilities, but if they want to inspect Iran’s Military facilities (which could have it’s own Nuclear labs) — then they must go through an ‘appeals’ process which could last about 60 days.

Even then the answer could still be a resounding “NO”.

As reported by the Haaretz:

“The 65-day sanction restoration process will work as follows: If a state suspects that Iran has violated the agreement, it will be able to file its complaint with an arbitration board comprising members of the six world powers, the European Union and Iran.

The committee will have 30 days to decide whether to bring the complaint to the UN Security Council. If it does, the Security Council will have 30 days to vote on whether to restore sanctions, and has the option of extending the deliberations by five days. The Security Council decision will have to be approved by a regular majority, and no countries will have veto right on the matter.”

But assuming that Iran eventually decided to allow U.N. Inspectors into it’s Nuclear Facilities — by the time the appeals process is complete, Iran would have more than enough time to hide all of it’s illegal operations.

Talk about a bad deal.

The Nuclear Arms Race: Road to WW3?

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Should this deal somehow be implemented, it will undoubtedly set Iran on the road to becoming a Nuclear super-power — However as a result, the surrounding Nations will begin to increase their Nuclear stockpile just to be able to defend themselves from the Nuclear psychopath in the region (Iran).

This would likely set the entire middle-east (an already unstable region) in a Nuclear competition with each nation trying to accumulate more Nuclear power than the other.

This would be similar to putting pistols in the hands of 10 men trapped in a tiny room who all think the other person is about to shoot them (what a bad idea).

What is Next?

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As of now, this deal has now been sent to Congress who will have 60 days to either Approve or Reject the plan — however the President has made it clear that should they attempt to alter or conflict with the implementation of his Nuclear deal, He would simply VETO the legislation.

Talk about arrogance.

However, countless Americans citizens and politicians continue to believe this deal was (and still is) a massive concession that could endanger the National security of America as well as the very Existence of Israel.

Senator Lindsey Graham characterized the deal like this:

“This is a Death sentence for Israel If it is not changed. At the end of the day, Israel’s biggest fear is Iran (an Islamic regime) having the Nuclear capability to actually achieve ‘Death to Israel’. When they [Iran] say ‘Death to Israel, do they mean it? I think they do.”

Sadly, I couldn’t agree more.


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  • Don’t sneeze on me!

    So where does Reagan funding the Iranians in the war against Iraq and basically helping to establish Al Quaeda in Afghanistan figure in all this?

  • Don’t sneeze on me!

    Do you have any knowledge of what it takes to build a nuclear weopon? How difficult it is to hide that amount of technology in the context of America’s technological superiority?

    • Robert Jackson

      Yeah it should not be hard for them to hide this since no inspections are allowed or basically self inspections, plus they can block inspections at military facilities. Why would everything be so secretive if they had no intention on creating Nukes? Also why did they just test a long range missile the other day with nuclear war head capabilities, which also broke an existing UN treaty.

  • Don’t sneeze on me!

    Do you have an alternative proposal? Do you think sanctions are going to stop them building centrifuges? They have oil? Israel HAS nuclear weapons already but you’re not worried about them starting WWIII?

    • David Hood

      A nuclear armsrace has just been triggered in an Islamic region. That’s the alternative proposal you want. So now not only will Israel have nukes, so will Egypt, Saudis, Jordanians with ISIS on the rise.

      Nuclear war is now guaranteed, but it’s ok like you said, there is no alternative to nuclear war in an environment where power is shifting.

      • Robert Jackson

        Iran will be selling Nukes and nuclear material to anyone and everyone who wants it.

    • dlundy1

      QUOTE:Do you have an alternative proposal?

      RESPONSE: Several alternative proposals have been presented, one of which was to leave the sanctions in place.

      QUOTE: Do you think sanctions are going to stop them building centrifuges? They have oil?

      RESPONSE: Maybe not, but centrifuges are useless if you don’t have the funds to buy the material, technology, and tools necessary to weaponize them.

      Yes, Iran has oil — however the sanctions crippled the Iranian economy. Therefore although they [Iran] wanted to expand it’s nuclear program — they had to focus simply on keeping their economy afloat. However when sanctions are removed, they will be given access to hundreds of billions of dollars which will give them the financial leverage they need to stabilize it’s economy AND develop it’s nuclear program. As the Israeli PM stated “It is a very bad Deal”

      QUOTE: Israel HAS nuclear weapons already but you’re not worried about them starting WWIII?

      RESPONSE: Israel has been a Nuclear Power for nearly 5 decades, If they wanted to start ww3 using it’s Nukes, it would have done so by now.

      In addition, Israel (unlike Iran) is not a homicidal region bent on destroying it’s neighbors for religious reasons.

      Israel is a democracy, who’s only objective is to survive. This is why Americans support them so strongly.

      Israel has proven itself a responsible ally, while Iran on the other hand has chanted “Death to America, Death to Israel” on several occasions — even a few days before the Nuclear deal was reached. In addition they have cheated and lied about their Nuclear program time and time again in the past, so of course — they will do it again.

  • Abu Dickbutt Al-Bahgdhadi

    We can only hope these Muslim countries start nuking each other…

  • Dustin Hills

    This article fails to include a lot of key restrictions that will be placed on Iran: 1) Iran has agreed to turn its Fordow facility into a research center where Iranian and world scientists will work side by side. Fordow is the facility where many believe they have been enriching uranium. 2) Iran has agreed to rebuild its Arak heavy-water reactor, which is
    currently the only site in Iran capable of starting production on
    weapons-grade plutonium. The site would be rebuilt using a design approved by the international
    community, making the production of
    weapons-grade plutonium impossible. 3) Iran would only be allowed to enrich uranium to no more than 3.67 percent,
    which is enough for civilian purposes such as power plants but is much
    lower than what’s needed for a weapon….This deal basically stretches their breakout time from 2-3 months (which it is right now) to a year if Iran backs out at some point. There are fails safes all over this thing to prevent them from immediately building a weapon. If they comply for even five years, it gives us a chance to get eyes on the ground and into their program. It also buys us time in which the Mullahs will hopefully start dying off and the pro-Western, educated majority of the country will take over. This deal could lead to the destruction of Iranian terror support if it is passed, or if it fails to pass congress it could leave us without any clue what they are up to with only a few months to react.

    • dlundy1

      Thanks for your comment Dustin.
      Here are a few of your key points that I would like to respond to.

      QUOTE: “This deal basically stretches their breakout time from 2-3 months (which it is right now) to a year if Iran backs out at some point.”

      RESPONSE: The only way Iran’s breakout point would be 2-3 months would be if Iran allowed the rest of it’s economy to go up into flames. However because they were not going to break their entire infrastrucutre just to attain a bomb. Therefore their breakout time (under sanctions) was essentially NEVER. This is why for the last 4 decades they have YET to attain a bomb.

      Quote: There are fails safes all over this thing to prevent them from immediately building a weapon. If they comply for even five years, it gives us a chance to get eyes on the ground and into their program.

      RESPONSE: Yes there are ‘fail-safes’ in the agreement, however as pointed out in the article — those fail safes are essentially useless and self-contradictory in that Iran is given so much space that the ‘catching’ them red-handed would be nearly impossible. Even if we suspected that they were cheating, we would have to go through a long appeals process just to get inside their facilities which would give them more than enough time to react. Furthermore, because there would be no rock solid evidence against them — the International community would continue to give them the benefit of the doubt.

      QUOTE: It also buys us time in which the Mullahs will hopefully start dying off and the pro-Western, educated majority of the country will take over.

      RESPONSE: This is Hopeful thinking and has no place in a deal of the proportion. We cannot base the security of Israel and America on the HOPE that in 10 years the country will change. In addition, the Mullahs will more than likely still be ALIVE in 10 years.

      QUOTE: This deal could lead to the destruction of Iranian terror support if it is passed, or if it fails to pass congress it could leave us without any clue what they are up to with only a few months to react.

      RESPONSE: This deal will absolutely NOT lead to the stoppage of Iranian Terror support. As outlined in the article, The Supreme Leader of Iran has already made it clear that this deal is on Nuclear negotiations and will have no bearing on anything else.

      If Iran was supporting Terror when it barely had very little money, it is unconscionable to think that they will CEASE if they have significantly MORE money.

      If someone was a gambler when they had little money, would they STOP gambling if they won MORE money? Probably not.

      However even President Obama admitted that Iran would probably still be aggressive and support terror after this deal.

      Here is a Quote from His recent Press conference.

      MR PRESIDENT:“Do we think that with the sanctions coming down, that Iran will have some additional resources for its military and for some of the activities in the region that are a threat to us and a threat to our allies? I think that is a likelihood that they’ve got some additional resources. Do I think it’s a game-changer for them? No.

      They are currently supporting Hezbollah, and there is a ceiling — a pace at which they could support Hezbollah even more, particularly in the chaos that’s taking place in Syria. So can they potentially try to get more assistance there? Yes. Should we put more resources into blocking them from getting that assistance to Hezbollah? Yes. Is the incremental additional money that they’ve got to try to destabilize the region or send to their proxies, is that more important than preventing Iran from getting a nuclear weapon? No. So I think — again, this is a matter of us making a determination of what is our priority.

    • Robert Jackson

      And today Iran broke a UN treaty by testing missiles that can carry Nuclear war heads. You can’t honestly be so slow as to believe they want Nuclear energy and not a bomb, when they have already claimed that they will wipe Israel off the map once they get a Nuclear bom.

  • Trump: The New Nixon

    Right-wing nuts have their talking point – WWIII.

    • Robert Jackson

      And you are so slow you think WW3 will not happen once Iran gets nukes? Do you like to eat the red crayon or the blue one?