Obama: Iran nuclear agreement opportunity ‘may not come again in our lifetime’
Israel has a long track-record of assassinating or at least trying to assassinate US leaders who aren’t 100% Israeli firsters. It’s been speculated that Israel decided to kill FDR after he met with Saudi King Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud on board a U.S. Navy ship on February 14, 1945. According to former American diplomat Richard Curtiss, the Saudi king “exacted assurances from FDR that he would ‘do nothing to assist the Jews against the Arabs and would make no move hostile to the Arab people. A few weeks later FDR was dead. We also know the Jewish terrorist group,’The Stern Gang’ in Palestine before the creation of Israel tried to kill President Harry Truman via toxic chemicals through the mail service for not recognizing Israel as a state, shortly after this evil stunt he did. We also definitely know Israel was the primary force behind the JFK assassination due to JFK’s intransigence position towards Israel and it’s nuclear program and lastly we also Israel unsuccessfully tried to assassinate George Bush Sr for putting a halt on Israel’s foreign aid. So if Obama is sincere about this deal, he better watch out for Mossad assassins or Arab patsies set up to take the blame.
above – Obama speaks during a press conference on the nuclear deal with Iran on July 15, 2015 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. (AFP Photo)
US President Barack Obama has defended the conclusion of nuclear negotiations between the P5+1 group of countries and Iran.
“And Iran’s nuclear program will be under severe limits for many years. Without a deal, those pathways remain open.”
“When deal is implemented, we will know we have dismantled immediate concerns around Iran’s nuclear program,” Obama said.
He added this is the “most vigorous inspection and verification regime by far that has ever been negotiated.”
He made the comments one day after Iran and the P5+1 group of countries — the US, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany — reached a conclusion on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in the Austrian capital of Vienna.
The US president also expressed hope that the evaluation of the recent agreement by Congress should be “based on the facts, not on politics.”
He said the American lawmakers should consider the national interests of the country.
The US Congress now has 60 days to review the text of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and vote to either approve or disapprove of the text.
Obama had earlier said that he would veto any legislation from lawmakers that “prevents the successful implementation of the deal.”
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