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What? Obama tells Netanyahu to shut up about the Iran "deal" !!
« on: November 28, 2013, 03:35:12 PM »
WHAT?! Obama Tells Netanyahu To Shut Up About the Iran “Deal” !!

Thursday, November 28, 2013 8:50

Former National Security Adviser Yaakov Amidror

Iran deal a failure, says ex-national security chief

Yaakov Amidror claims concessions over uranium enrichment ‘meaningless’; Obama reportedly tells Netanyahu ‘to take a breather from his clamorous criticism’.

Ah yes, our DIPLOMATIC, multiple-personality pres is at it again.

The former head of the Israeli National Security Council took to the pages of The New York Times to rail against the nuclear deal between world powers and Iran, calling the accord a diplomatic failure that missed the mark in diverting Tehran’s nuclear weapons program.

In an opinion piece published Thursday, Yaakov Amidror listed the reasons the agreement, signed in Geneva at the beginning of the week, had failed to achieve anything significant.

“Iran made only cosmetic concessions to preserve its primary goal, which is to continue enriching uranium,” he wrote. “The agreement represents a failure, not a triumph, of diplomacy.”

Well, we all knew that! We need to stay alert, obama has quite the schedule to keep up with. We aren’t invited to his part, btw. But, obama is at it again with his betrayal of Israel, the “wild card”. Good grief, what if we were in their position?!

Amidror’s remarks in The New York Times came amid heightened tension between the US and Israel over how to thwart Iran’s nuclear program. Netanyahu voiced staunch opposition to compromising with Iran in the run-up to the Geneva talks, and called the deal world powers signed earlier this week a “historic mistake.” Obama, without naming Netanyahu, then criticized the “tough talk and bluster” from critics of the deal.

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius wrote Thursday that as negotiations move forward to solidify the interim agreement with Iran, Israel remains a “wild card,” and called Netanyahu’s outspoken dismissal of the agreement “clamorous criticism.”

However, without the pressure that sanctions offered, that theoretical military option may become all that stands in the way of nuclear-equipped Iran, Amadiror speculated.

“The West has surrendered its most effective diplomatic tool in exchange for baseless promises of goodwill. I pray its gamble pays off, for if it does not there will be only one tool left to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon.”
« Last Edit: November 28, 2013, 03:36:06 PM by rangerrebew »
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