Kerry Chamberlain

John Kerry and most of the world are determined to go full-Chamberlain on Iran, and the late-breaking “deal” in Geneva over the country’s nuclear program proves it. Compare the headline of The Washington Post’s write-up on the nuclear agreement — ‘Iran, world powers reach historic nuclear deal’ — with the reality already playing out.

Not long after the accord was reached, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said the deal recognizes Tehran’s “right” to maintain an enrichment program.

Rouhani said, “Let anyone make his own reading, but this right is clearly stated in the text of the agreement that Iran can continue its enrichment, and I announce to our people that our enrichment activities will continue as before.”

But Kerry said in response on Sunday that the deal does not recognize a “right to enrich.”

“There is no inherent right to enrich,” Kerry said on ABC’s “This Week.” “And everywhere in this particular agreement it states that they could only do that by mutual agreement, and nothing is agreed on until everything is agreed on.”

Ouch. This sounds more like a “deal” that does nothing but give a number of nations more cover with which to blame Israel when it takes military action against a threat to its very existence. Could it get any worse? Yes.

Politico reports:

“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. … We’ve done arms control agreements in other parts of the world. … You don’t trust. It’s not based on trust. It’s based on verification.”

So the deal is so vague that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says it recognizes the country’s “right” to enrich uranium while Kerry says it does no such thing — but yet we’re supposed to believe it includes mechanisms that telegraph to the U.S. “exactly” what’s going on? Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a sane man in a largely-insane world, doesn’t buy it for a second.

AFP reports:

Netanyahu told his cabinet on Sunday that “what was achieved yesterday in Geneva is not a historic agreement but rather a historic mistake.”

Speaking later at a ceremony in Jerusalem, he said that the more details emerged on the deal, “the more it becomes clear how bad the deal is for Israel, the region and the world.”

“Iran gets billions of dollars in sanction relief without paying an actual price,” said Netanyahu. “Iran gets written permission to breach UN Security Council” resolutions.

Sadly, the sane man in an insane world is insane. While the world deludes itself into believing it can play Patty Cake with Holocaust denying nut-jobs who are on record as saying they seek to erase Israel from existence, Netanyahu plugs away. While the world seems to be living in its own version of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Memento,’ Netanyahu’s memory is quite sound.

Flashback, November 2011:

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — New intelligence the U.N. atomic agency plans to release on alleged nuclear weapons work by Iran is fabricated, the Iranian foreign minister said Saturday.

Diplomats have told The Associated Press that the International Atomic Energy Agency plans to reveal intelligence in the coming week suggesting Iran made computer models of a nuclear warhead, as well as other previously undisclosed details on alleged secret work by Tehran on nuclear arms.

The world needs a scapegoat for its own impotence in the face of Holocaust-denying monsters. What better scapegoat than the targets of said aggression? When Israel defends itself — and it will — prepare for the world to collectively howl at its true saviors.

Related: The World On Iran: We’re Christopher Nolan’s ‘Memento’

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About the Author Douglas Ernst

I'm a former Army guy who believes success comes through hard work, honesty, optimism, and perseverance. I believe seeing yourself as a victim creates a self-fulfilling prophecy. I believe in God. I'm a USC Trojan with an MA in Political Science from American University.

9 comments

  1. Whenever I hear about such attempts at diplomacy this scripture always comes to mind.

    27 “And as regards these two kings, their heart will be inclined to doing what is bad, and at one table a lie is what they will keep speaking. But nothing will succeed, because [the] end is yet for the time appointed.

  2. Alright, though I know it’s not scriptually sound, who wants to take bets using imaginary money on how long it’ll take for Israel to flip the bird to Obummer and the U.seless N.ations and take out the trash by itself?

    Let’s start the bidding at a million space bucks!

    1. I’ll see your spacebucks, and raise you $100 of the Bank of Hong Kong, Luna.

      “…The preferred currency is the dollar of the Bank of Hong Kong Luna, one hundred of which are exchangeable for a troy ounce of gold, a supply of which was shipped to Luna for this purpose, or more usefully for potable water or other commodities in published quantities. The Authority dollar circulates in dealings with the Authority; but this tends to lose ground over time against the Hong Kong Luna dollar..” — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moon_Is_a_Harsh_Mistress

      Robert A. Heinlein rocks 🙂

    2. “Robert A. Heinlein rocks…”

      He rocks so much that he made a series of stories in which a little girl wants to jump her own father’s bones, brings up a family that wants to jump the bones of everyone in said family, and ended with all of them getting married to each other in one of those mass wedding ceremony things. 😛

  3. The Tea Party needs to clone Bebe and run the copy for President. Jackie Mason could be the Press Secretary.

    John Kerry continues to be a Muppet-faced slack jawed bottom feeding Obama apologista.

    1. If Israel were to defend itself, all the anti-Semitic clowns out there would be screaming bloody murder and calling them “evil,” even though the nations surrounding it have always been trying to destroy it, ever since it was established.

      I don’t trust Iran. Anyone who denies the Holocaust needs serious help.

    2. Chicks on the Right posted a photo of Obama in his late teens or early twenties next to a photo of Benjamin Netanyahu at about the same age. Obama is wearing a goofy hat and smoking a joint. Netanyahu is in fatigues and carrying a rifle at sling arms. The caption reads, “We totally drew the short straw.”

  4. The agreement is “not based on trust, it’s based on verification.” Obama claims he didn’t know about the IRS scandal, the NSA scandal, Fast & Furious, Benghazi, or the Obamacare website glitches until after the fact. Now we are supposed to believe that he can “verify” whether Iran is violating the latest “peace for our time” arms control agreement. (And that is with the NSA spying on our own citizens instead of spying on Iran.) When an Iranian ICBM takes out a US city, Obama will claim he didn’t know that they had the capability. And Hollywood and the MSM will continue to admire his new clothes, and insist that he’s the smartest guy on the planet.

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