by Allen West on March 27, 2015
It is a perplexing time for foreign relations to say the least. America finds itself dropping bombs to support a stalled Iranian-backed Iraqi Army offensive against ISIS in Tikrit. We are providing support to a Sunni Arab nation coalition against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. And yet we’re engaged in nuclear negotiations with the Iranian regime — the number one state sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world. However, America also removed Iran and Hezbollah from the terrorist list, so this latest revelation should come as no surprise to any of us.
As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, “The Obama administration is giving in to Iranian demands about the scope of its nuclear program as negotiators work to finalize a framework agreement in the coming days, according to sources familiar with the administration’s position in the negotiations.”
“U.S. negotiators are said to have given up ground on demands that Iran be forced to disclose the full range of its nuclear activities at the outset of a nuclear deal, a concession experts say would gut the verification the Obama administration has vowed would stand as the crux of a deal with Iran.”
“Until recently, the Obama administration had maintained that it would guarantee oversight on Tehran’s program well into the future, and that it would take the necessary steps to ensure that oversight would be effective. The issue has now emerged as a key sticking point in the talks.”
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Allen West “It’s very hard to discern what the Obama administration’s objective is in this case. However, one thing is clearly evident — we are about to sign a piece of paper with an enemy that is a clear and present danger to the Middle East region, our best ally in the region — Israel — and the national security of the United States. The consequences and ramifications will be far-reaching and long lasting.”