Sec of State Kerry on Iran Nuclear Deal: “It’s Not Based on Trust”

November 25, 2013 10:19 amViews: 773

Kerry and Obama sell out Israel

"You don't trust. It's not based on trust." I can't even believe I heard Secretary of

State John Kerry say those words speaking on the nuclear deal with Iran in his Face The Nation Interview on Sunday.

Kerry helped broker a deal with Iran that removes sanctions on them that have been in place for some 8 years. Almost all of Iran's previous sanctions have been lifted in this deal and it expires in a scant 6 months, that's it.

So this is how we deal with a regime which is the biggest purveyor of state sponsored terrorism in the world and one that we cannot trust, we give them the freedom to raise billion of dollars needed to further their nuclear ambitions with the hopes we will get an even better deal in 6 months.

As Secretary Kerry said, we can't trust them, so why are we even making this kind of a deal with them? And why was Israel not even involved in this so-called deal?

Read more from Politico below and watch the video after that:

Secretary of State John Kerry says the Iranian nuclear deal is based on verification, not trust with Iran.

“Everybody has a right to be skeptical because there are indications that there are people in Iran who have wanted to pursue a weapons program, Kerry said in an interview aired Sunday on CBS’s "Face the Nation." “That's why we don't take anything at face value. That's why you don't take it for granted.”

Asked if he were skeptical whether Iran would actually comply with the signed deal, Kerry said trust wasn’t necessary, and no one was expecting Iran to “turn over a new leaf.”

“There's nothing built on trust,” Kerry said. “You don't have to trust the people you're dealing with, you have to have a mechanism put in place whereby you know exactly what you're getting and you know exactly what they're doing."

Kerry compared the negotiations to dealing with the Soviet Union in terms of a lack of trust between negotiators.

"We've done arms control agreements in other parts of the world," Kerry said. "You don't trust. It's not based on trust. It's based on verification."

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