What Iran just said threatened about the nuke deal PROVES Obama’s true intentions

I certainly pray you and your families had a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving. I hope y’all were able to safely get home and enjoy familial fellowship, food, and football.

Secrets in Iran Nuke Deal

Written By Allen B. West:

However, ironically the world continues to turn and events continue to somewhat spiral out of control. French President Hollande met with Russian President Putin, and I doubt Putin spoke of kissing his wife or climate change but rather focused the conversation on crushing ISIS. Putin has moved the top-of-the-line Russian S-400 ant-aircraft missile systems into Syria — it appears he will not relent in flying combat missions against the Turkomen who are supported by Turkey against the Assad regime.

And there was some other interesting news yesterday that I wish to share with you.

As reported by the Washington Examiner, “A top Iranian official warned Thursday that Iran would stop its efforts to comply with the Iran nuclear agreement unless international inspectors stop their investigation into Iran’s past work on its nuclear program. Under the deal, inspectors were instructed to examine the “possible military dimensions” of Iran’s nuclear program, or PMDs.

International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano is expected to release a new report on Iran’s nuclear program on Dec. 1. Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Seyyed Abbas Araqchi, warned that if the Dec. 1 report doesn’t close the file on PMDs, Iran will walk away. “In case Yukiya Amano or the Board of Governors presents their report in such a way that it does not meet the stipulated commitments, the Islamic Republic of Iran will also stop [the implementation of] the JCPOA,” he said, according to PressTV, Iran’s state-owned news service.”

We’d previously shared here the vote held in the Iranian parliament agreeing they’d amend the JCPOA to their desires and vote upon the agreement. At least they did vote on it — President Obama and 42 Senate Democrats blocked the JCPOA from even being voted on in our Senate.




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