November 24, 2013
Surprisingly, something has happened in this endless and boring decade long Iran drama situation. Iran has agree to halt work on uranium enrichment, with the US agreeing to give back a ‘portion’ of the cash they stole, and ease ‘sanctions’ to lighten the starvation of the Persian people.
Secretary of State John Kerry and leaders from five other world powers early Sunday reached a nuclear deal with Iran, following intense negotiations that took place over several days in Geneva.
The deal represents a historic breakthrough in the world’s decade-long nuclear standoff with Iran, and in the 35-year-long diplomatic freeze between Iran and the United States.
The deal was struck with astonishing speed given the history of failed negotiations, coming in just the third round of talks over less than two months. The breakthrough also comes less than three months after Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani promised, in an interview with NBC News, to dramatically alter Iran’s relationship with the world.
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton said the agreement was an important step toward reaching a long-term comprehensive solution. She added that the deal shows participants’ “mutual respect and determination to find a way forward which is beneficial to all.”
At a news conference, Kerry said the agreement could not have been reached without the Iranians’ decision to come to the negotiating table. He said the next phase of negotiations – while even more difficult – will also be more consequential, and he added: “If this first step leads to what is our ultimate goal – which is a comprehensive agreement – that will make the world safer.”
Iran and six of the world’s powers – the United States, France, Britain, Germany, China and Russia – agreed on a “first step deal” that is meant to limit advancements in Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for easing some of the economic sanctions that have deeply hurt Iran’s economy.
According to the White House, the deal stipulates that Iran will commit to halt uranium enrichment above 5 percent and also to neutralize its stockpile of near-20 percent enriched uranium. The Islamic Republic has also committed to halt progress on its enrichment capacity. Iran will also halt work at its plutonium reactor and provide access to nuclear inspectors.
These steps, President Barack Obama said late Saturday, will “cut off Iran’s most likely paths to a bomb.”
In exchange, the United States and its allies have agreed to offer Iran “modest relief” from economic sanctions and access to a portion of the revenue that the country has been denied through these sanctions. No new sanctions will be imposed, Obama said.
This is probably some type of fake-out. I cannot imagine that Bibi is happy with this, as it is clear that nothing other than war is going to satisfy these Jews, and Israel has already gotten repeated confirmations that if they start a war, the US will join, so they don’t really have a reason not to start a war, unless they genuinely believe the Shiites will be able to retaliate in some significant manner (though any retaliation would give Israel more excuses, so I don’t see why that would bother them all too much either).
We might also note that Iran was facing a very real threat of revolution from their own people – the youth of the country has been entirely corrupted by Jew porno-culture – which probably played the biggest part in getting them to agree to this deal.
You can read the details of the agreement in the White House press release. It really is a starving man selling his family for a piece of bread. Or, at least it appears to be that.