|Re: We should consider changing the name of the room to,,,|
The IAEA inspects the nuclear stuff not the US. Hopefully the other 5 parties to the agreement can salvage enough of the agreement to keep the inspections.
Everyone has a right to form their own opinion, I think it's best to try to form agreements than to constantly threaten to bomb them or blow them up. Iran is no Iraq. Also, now we are in violation of the jcpoa and the other countries are not. Our word is crap now.
Friendly advice, if you go to the middle east speak with a British or French accent.
| Reply to deaconmike - Msg #7264 - 05/09/2018 11:34|
Re: We should consider changing the name of the room to,,,
First off, I agree with ya on the Cohen part,,,
2nd,, I don't agree with ya on the Iran nuke deal.
Iran will most likely develop a nuke no matter what deal or policy is
put in place,,,it's just a matter of time.
And as their leader said yesterday in response to Trump,,,
"You can't do a damn thing"
And this from Iran: Aug 30, 2017 - "Americans will not be allowed to inspect the
military bases," said Mohammad Bagher Nobakht, a member of Iran's nuclear
And you're ok with that?
It's not like we're asking them to not upgrade their machine gun inventory,,,,
When we're talking about national security the original deal should have
required US inspectors,,,that should've been priority #1
And as for the 1.7 bil,,,I don't care who's money it was or where it came from,,
Giving it back, in cash, to a country known to sponsor terrorism & is trying to
build a nuke was just plain stupid.