Allen West: You cannot make this stuff up

So ask yourself, do you REALLY want more of this?

As Written By Allen B. West:

We’d previously shared with you how U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was operating as a chief lobbyist for Iran. SecState Kerry was working with European nations admonishing them to open up better trade and financial investments with the number on state sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world. We know that Obama’s “nuclear agreement” with Iran has been relegated to the same description Adolf Hitler gave to the 1938 Munich Accords, “it’s just a piece of paper” — except in the case of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), it’s a lot of wasted paper. We all know the Obama administration released billions of dollars to Iran by way of lifted sanctions, as well as illegally laundered cash. And what’s absurd is the Obama administration wants to try and rectify their horrific errors.

As reported by the Washington Times, European allies continue supporting an airline backed by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps despite extended protests by the U.S. 

A slew of European and Asian nations agreed in July 2015 — shortly before President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran — to allow terror-linked Mahan Air to begin commercial flights. Routes through 15 countries, including Denmark, France, Germany, and Italy have frustrated U.S. lawmakers. Adding insult to injury for the Obama administration was a decision last week in which terror-linked Bank Saderat (accused by the U.S. of transferring money to Hamas) had sanctions lifted by the EU. 

Emanuele Ottolenghi, a foreign policy expert at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told the Associated Press on Wednesday that Europe’s policy dissolves diplomatic leverage needed for Iran’s involvement in Syria’s civil war. 

“By letting Mahan Air in, the Europeans are forgoing a critical pressure tool they have in their arsenal of nonmilitary coercive measures to pressure Iran and [Syrian President Bashar] Assad,” said Mr. Ottolenghi. 

California Rep. Brad Sherman concurred. 

“How many dead Syrians does it take for the Europeans to think there is a threat?” the Democrat asked, AP reported.

First of all, could there be any better reason as to why the Brexit vote went the way it did? Why would the European Union allow a terrorist-linked airline to land in their zone Nations? Here we have France — how many more Islamic terrorist attacks must they endure before they tighten up and take appropriate measures? What this signals to me is that there’s no real determination in Europe to control the flow of Islamic jihadists. And if that be the case, I don’t think I’ll be traveling to Europe anytime soon.

And the lifting of sanctions against a terrorist-linked financial institution as well? Then again, we have little ground upon which to criticize the EU, since the Obama administration led the way on this. Now, Barack Obama is trying to do a Pontius Pilate and wash his hands clean — sorry Barry, massive amounts of innocent blood are all over your hands.

And that blood is also on the hands of Hillary Clinton. It was under Clinton tenure at the State Department that the whole Iranian agreement debacle began. And to think, former SecState Clinton during several debates praised this failed agreement and her part in its development. Her VP running mate, Tim Kaine, lauded Mrs. Clinton for having stopped Iran’s advancement towards nuclear capability — what a court jester that guy is.

What Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have done is enable this tyrannical, theocratic-political regime to expand its hegemonic dominance throughout the Middle East. Iran’s span of control has exploded from Tehran to Baghdad and Iraq, where our men and women served and sacrificed to bring a new era of freedom. Iran controls Yemen, where the Iranian-supported Houthis fire missiles at our naval vessels. The Iranians have solidified their presence in Beirut, Lebanon, where a Hezbollah-backed individual has won the presidency — and SecState Kerry called to congratulate. Don’t be astonished; Barack Obama called and congratulated the Muslim Brotherhood president of Egypt, Mohammad Morsi, upon his election — thank God now President al-Sisi kicked his butt out and put Morsi in jail.

Thanks to the billions of cash Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have enabled to flow to Iran, Iran can deploy its Quds Force, and Hezbollah, into Syria. Once Obama quipped, “Assad must go” — well, Sir, Assad is still there, and you are about to go. Hamas is smiling gleefully as more largesse will flow to them from Iran. And Abu Mazen, also know as Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, is laughing his tail off as he will also be receiving more largesse from Iran — enabling his support to Islamic Jihad, Al Quds and Al Aqsa Martyrs Islamic terrorist groups.

So, with all that being done, why would the EU stop and think about heeding any protests from the Obama administration? After all, when you add it all up, the Obama administration has aided and abetted Islamic terrorists over these past eight years, giving them material support…certainly comfort. Spare me the drone strikes, they don’t add up to the defeat of the march of the global Islamic jihad.

A U.S. Treasury official told the news agency on condition of anonymity that planes belonging to Mahan Air arrive in Syria on almost a daily basis. 

“We’re not saying Mahan Air assists the IRGC; we’d say Mahan Air is the IRGC— and we have to give notice to our friends in Europe,” Mr. Sherman added. “This idea that we can allow Mahan Air to do whatever it wants just because there are temporary restrictions on the nuclear deal — that wasn’t the deal.”

I truly doubt that Damascus, Syria is that nice of a vacation spot that Iranians are going their in droves. Ponder this: it was the IRGC-Navy that took our ten U.S. Sailors, and then propagandized their capture by ….


Nope, you cannot make this stuff up… – Allen B. West –

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