The Geography Of WWIII

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    The worst sponsor of terror is Saudi Arabia.

    But never mind.

    So you really have no evidence that the Iranians are building nukes... even after they've shut down their centrifuges and allowed inspections....

    Seems to me, having a treaty was better than not having one....

    Again, we are the only country to ever use nukes on people. We kind of don't have the moral high ground here.
     
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    And where is your degree from?
     
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    "So you really have no evidence that the Iranians are building nukes... even after they've shut down their centrifuges and allowed inspections.... "


    OK....just one more time.


    There never were any inspections.


    They were never allowed per the 'treaty.'


    You are simply a lying fool.....let's prove it together.



    1. Anyone who maintains that Iran is living up to the agreement is a bald-faced liar!!!


    No one knows, no one can tell…..because the deal prevents actual inspections.



    2. "The deal's provisions for inspections of military facilities, or "undeclared sites," involve a complex process with plenty of opportunities for Iran to stall. Tehran can propose alternatives to on-site inspections, or reject the request, which would trigger a 24-day process for the Joint Commission countries to override the rejection.

    That could drag on for months. And under ambiguities built into the deal, it's unclear whether Iran must allow IAEA inspectors into military sites, or whether the Iranians can take their own environmental samples and send them to the IAEA for testing, as was allowed under a 2015 side agreement that let Iran use its own experts to inspect the Parchin military site."
    U.S. seeks to test Iran deal with more inspections



    3. Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal Allows the Regime to Develop a Weapon ...
    "Krauthammer’s Take: Obama ‘Caved’ on Inspections, Now Iran Is Developing a Nuclear Weapon"
    Read more at:
    Krauthammer’s Take: Obama ‘Caved’ on Inspections, Now Iran Is Developing a Nuclear Weapon



    4. § The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was not allowed to inspect or monitor Iran's military sites where nuclear activities were most likely being carried out. Among the many concessions that the Obama administration gave the Iranian government, one was accepting the Iranian leaders' demand that these military sites would be out of the IAEA's reach.

    § Due to this surrender, various high-profile Iranian sites such as the Parchin military complex, located southeast of Tehran, were free to engage in nuclear activities without the risk of inspection.

    § Once the authoritarian, anti-Semitic and anti-American government of Iran possess a nuclear bomb, no amount of actions will be able reverse the catastrophe.

    §
    Stop Iran From Going Nuclear




    5. In 2015, President Obama promised when he tried to sell the deal to a skeptical American public that the Iranians agreed to the "
    most robust and intrusive inspections and transparency regime, ever negotiated for any nuclear program in history," based on "unprecedented verification." Moreover, Obama adviser Ben Rhodes reassured the public repeatedly that the deal included "anywhere, anytime" inspections and 24-7 access to Iran's key nuclear facilities.

    But in reality, the administration repeatedly lied to the American public by misrepresenting the deal and the nature of the inspections Iran agreed to. The robust inspections referred only to Iran's declared nuclear sites. Other sites that the IAEA has suspicions about, including all military sites and undeclared nuclear sites, fell under a separate cheating-friendly procedure.

    One of the most controversial issues in the 2015 negotiations was whether the U.N.'s IAEA would be able to visit military sites if they had questions about suspected nuclear activities or facilities within them. In the end, Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei on June 23, 2015 stated that granting access to Iran's military sites was a red line, and the U.S. and its partners gave in and agreed on language with Iran avoiding a direct mention of the military sites issue.

    Instead, the deal stated that in order to allay IAEA concerns, Iran would give access within a 24-day time frame, after the IAEA made a request to visit a suspected site. Furthermore, the deal stated that if Iran refused the access, the Islamist state and the IAEA would have additional 14 days to resolve the agreement among themselves. If they failed to agree, a joint commission comprising the six member-nations who are parties to the agreement would consider the matter for an additional week.

    In conclusion, according to the agreement, Iran can continue its uranium enrichment program and continue developing its weapon program at its many military sites, and every time the IAEA suspects anything, the Iranians can have 24 days at a minimum and 45 days maximum to delay the access, sanitize the sites, or transfer the unauthorized nuclear work to another unauthorized military site.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/05/obama_and_irans_nuclear_lies.html#ixzz5nH0Ua9im




    Bet you feel pretty stooooooopid right now, huh?
     
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    Nope... I realize this sort of thing for what it is.

    The same idiots like Charlie Strangelove Krauthammer who told us that Iraq War was a dandy idea trying to do another one in Iran.

    Most of the provisions you are getting hysterical about... name me one country that wouldn't insist on security like that at their sensitive facilities?

    Iran hasn't broken the agreement, we have.

    The Zionists have been screaming that the Iranians are going to make a nuke and get us all since 1992.

    It does not take 27 years to make a nuke if you are really trying to make a nuke.
     
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    Good read. Very interesting. Also know that one of the fly’s buzzing around your head is a JoseB sock so it’s been in at least 6 world wars and has won the COH 8 times in every one. The other fly is Jose himself and he was Tom Clancy’s ghost writer so watch your self.


    The South China Sea is slowly but surely becoming an extremely relevant place. It’s an interesting thought what a big ass war there would turn the region into when all the dust settles.
     
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    If they really believe that fossil fuel generated CO2 produces climate change instead of these stupid environmental wacko Moon Bats bitching about Trump backing out of the Paris Accord they should be pissed a China for building so many coal fired power plants.

    Of course it is easier for the idiots to bitch about Trump than it is to accept the real facts, isn't it?

    Of course they are always confused like that, aren't they?
     
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    Rubbing your ugly face in your ignorance has become a cottage industry,....but let's do it again anyway.

    I told you there were no inspections.....

    Being an absolute ignoramus, you wrote

    "Iran hasn't broken the agreement, we have. "




    Now, this:


    "Secret Iranian Nuclear Weapons Facility Still Up and Running

    Iran never ended critical nuclear weapons work at a controversial underground military bunker that remains operational to this day and able to "enrich uranium to weapons grade" levels. That is according to a new watchdog report that has reignited calls for the Trump administration to close loopholes that have permitted the Islamic Republic to continue its most contested nuclear research."
    Secret Iranian Nuclear Weapons Facility Still Up and Running




    So, once again we prove that I am never wrong.
     
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    If there is a world war III my guess is that you will be on the side of the russians.
     
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    Rule #2 on display.


    Rule #2
    To know what the Left is guilty of, just watch what they blame the other side of doing.
     
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    our Joe-----is kinda trying to be a doppelganger for his version and
    impression of an acid head, "hare Krishna" saffron robe clad airport
    bum.
     

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