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May 20, 2014

Iran Throws Monkey Wrench Into Nuclear Deal

May 20, 2014

Three days of negotiations in the fourth round of Geneva discussions ended Friday in arguments and confrontations when the Iranian team presented their country’s new “red lines,” diminishing any hope by the Obama administration to claim victory in its approach to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, according to reports from Iran.


He KNEW! Obama told of Veterans Affairs health care debacle as far back as 2008

May 20, 2014

The Obama administration received clear notice more than five years ago that VA medical facilities were reporting inaccurate waiting times and experiencing scheduling failures that threatened to deny veterans timely health care — problems that have turned into a growing scandal


Targeted? Gun sellers say ‘high risk’ label from feds cuts off banking options, restricts business

May 20, 2014

Targeted? Gun sellers say ‘high risk’ label from feds cuts off banking options, restricts business


Swiss Voters Reject $25/hour Minimum Wage

May 20, 2014

Some good news out of Europe: Swiss voters today soundly rejected a proposal that would have set the country's first minimum wage law at approximately $25 per hour. The law was proposed by Swiss trade unions.


Putin orders troops near Ukraine to return home

May 20, 2014

 In what could be a move to ease tensions with the West and avoid another round of sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday ordered troops deployed near Ukraine to return to their home bases.


US Oil Production Booms While OPEC Flounders

May 20, 2014

Instability in the Middle East is posing problems for OPEC, the world’s largest oil cartel. The cartel may have trouble producing enough oil to meet demand later this year, according to energy analysts.












OBAMA

Iran Did Not Disappoint Patriots & Tyrants

True to form Iran has turned the tables on the negotiators in Geneva on their nuclear programs. We had reported that Iran would not live up to any previous agreements because they would practice their time honored tradition of taqiya, the Islamic art of lying to move Islam forward among ones enemies. This was our statement(s) on the negotiations from last week:

To negotiate with these Sharia tyrants will be fruitless and they should not expect to extract any kind of equitable agreement from them, nor expect to find out much about their nukes.

The meeting broke-up last Friday among recriminations and shouting, though an expanded list of what Iran expected to receive in their talks. This is Iran’s new demands:

• The expansion of Iranian nuclear research and development.

• The acceptance of Iran’s need for enrichment on a level that feeds the need of the country (the country has over 19,000 centrifuges, far more than is needed for peaceful nuclear purposes, and would like to expand).

• The preservation of the Arak heavy-water plant (the plant once operational could produce plutonium and serve the ruling clerics with a second path to nuclear weapons).

• No interference or limitation to the country’s military and defensive measures (the Islamic regime is under U.N. sanctions for developing ballistic missiles and it currently holds the largest missile stockpile in the Middle East with ranges capable of reaching as far as Europe).

• The removal of all sanctions at once as opposed to step-by-step relief (the U.N. resolutions and sanctions in place are the results of efforts by several U.S. administrations and over a decade of negotiations).

Patriots & Tyrants also believes that Iran already has nuclear weapons as postulated by Dr. Vincent Pry and this strange admission by Admiral Fadavi of the Iranian Navy also reported last week:

Additionally, Fadavi revealed that on “at least” three occasions senior U.S. officials have contacted Iran to establish a telephone hot line like the one used between the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War era.

Things are coming to a head in the Mideast and it’s getting hotter as summer approaches to the point of a possible ignition point. We keep coming back to a nagging question why would the USA need a hot line to Iran? Their military is containable, unless they have nuclear weapons already. And these negotiations are only a means to place them into a box or from their perspective a straight jacket. We need to pay close attention to any future developments, and we need a decisive strategy to contain nuclear Iran.

Which will only happen if we impeach Obama as we have also gone on record that he is an agent for Iran, and set our national government back on course and get the tyrants out of our nations Capitol, God Help Us. From Daily Caller.







                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


 



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Hossein Shariatmadari, a former torturer and now managing editor of the conservative newspaper Keyhan, the mouthpiece of the country’s supreme leader, in an Op-Ed published Saturday revealed details of the Geneva negotiations and congratulated the Iranian delegation for its steadfast demand that the country has a right to pursue nuclear development.

The Obama administration hoped that with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Javad Zarif showing an eagerness to solve the nuclear issue and address the West’s concerns, there would be a possibility for a negotiated solution. An interim agreement penned last November in Geneva was touted as a “historic nuclear deal.”

Under that agreement, Iran — in return for billions of dollars in sanctions relief — limited its enrichment activity to the 5 percent level with a current stockpile of over 10 tons (enough for six nuclear bombs), converted much of its 20 percent enriched stock to harmless oxide and agreed to allow more intrusive inspections of its nuclear plants by the International Atomic Energy Agency, whose inspections were limited to only agreed-on facilities.

The final draft of the agreement to address all of Iran’s nuclear facilities and activities, along with its missile program, was planned to be finalized this July.

“The Obama administration and its allies were drunken happy after the initial agreement,” said Shariatmadari, who had previously criticized the Iranian negotiating officials for being soft with their Western counterparts. “With this delusion, that with the continuation of negotiations they could wrap up the issue, they had come prepared to Geneva with their demeaning requests of security ‘breakout’ or preventive measures of (possible military dimensions). … To present these conditions as their winning cards on the negotiating table, they could not imagine in their wildest dreams that this time the Iranian negotiators on the other side of the table … were aware of the opponents’ tricks.”