Sec Of State Kerry: Nuclear Deal With Iran Makes Israel Safer

November 24, 2013 8:55 pmViews: 1410

John Kerry Iran nuclear deal

Isn't it funny how the world powers that be, made a deal with the terrorist state of Iran to limit their nuclear capabilities, but the one country that is constantly bullied and threatened by Iran, Israel, they did not have one iota of input on this sell out con-job.

The deal is basically this: Iran gets almost all previous sanctions lifted, they get to sell their oil on the open market again raising billions of dollars for their nuclear pursuits and they get all of their assets unfrozen. They have to destroy their stockpile of 20% enriched uranium (Really? How do you destroy enriched uranium?) and they have to stop building a plutonium reactor.

If you think that sounds like a good agreement, then you fell for it just like they wanted you to. This so-called deal expires in 6 months.

Still sound like this deal makes Israel, and the rest of the world, safer?

Read more from National Review below and watch the video of Kerry after that:

Secretary of State John Kerry said emphatically that the deal reached with Iran early this morning makes Israel safer. Critics have blasted the agreement for its failure to require Iran to halt uranium enrichment (it is still allowed to the 5 percent level) or to dismantle existing centrifuges, but Kerry pushed back. ”Iran’s 20 percent uranium will be destroyed, therefore they are safer,” he said of the Israelis. “Israel will actually gain a larger breathing space in terms of the breakout capacity of Iran, it’s just clear.”

Kerry went on to assure ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that the administration will continue to press the Iranians to get rid of their centrifuges: “While we go through these next six months, we will be negotiating the dismantling, we will be negotiating the limitations.”

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