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Netanyahu's Worst Nightmare for Israel

Updated on November 9, 2013

Think about it.

It has been well over a year that Iran's 3000 centrifuges have been spinning, creating nuclear material for a bomb. They already have 400 lbs of it at 20%. The jump to weapon's grade of 90% may appear far off, but in reality, it is much easier than you think. Even experts now feel Iran already has enough for 7-8 nuclear bombs. Their problem is putting it into a missile payload, which I am sure North Korea or Pakistan would be willing to provide for money.

So, any agreement now is after the fact for Obama. It is like controlling it before it gets out of control and Iran has many more nuclear devices. That is what any agreement is about-it is damage control and minimizing risks. If the terms of the agreement is to halt Iran from producing anymore uranium to 20% in exchange for lifting of some sanctions, Iran has got a great deal. They are not losing much and gaining a lot to help their economy. America has really got little. Just because Iran signs a piece of paper, does not mean some centrifuges are not still spinning producing 20% grade material. If iran was able to fool the West for years about a nuclear weapons program, my god, what are a few centrifuges?

Then, there is the ramifications in the region. Specifically, Saudi Arabia. The leaders there have already been angered by Obama's Syrian policy and his softening position to Iran. They have already hinted that they may seek their own nuclear weapons. How? Actually, quite easily since they sponsored much of the nuclear weapons program that made Pakistan a nuclear state. All they really have to do is ask for a few of them, after all, they basically own them, and if not, buy them. There is nothing anyone could do about it if this were come to pass.

They already own many Chinese built mobile ICBM's, non-nuclear, but the missiles could be swapped out. The Saudis are also toying with buying from the Russians as Egypt is, both were staunch American arms buyers. But, Obama has made both countries distrust America now. Not a good thing. On Jan. 1, 2013, Crown Prince Salman, deputy premier and defense minister, traveled to Islamabad and commissioned Pakistan to build nuclear weapons for a multibillion fee. Those weapons were assembled in Pakistan and held ready for transfer to Saudi Arabia at a moment’s notice. It will be a Sunni nuclear bomb versus a Shiite nuclear bomb.

The agreement calls for a six month trial period to see if both countries can trust one another. For Iran, this could be killing two birds with one stone - remove some sanctions and to buy time for their nuclear program, maybe to find a way to mount their existing bombs onto missile heads. What does America get?

False hope.False sense of security. As the world praises Obama for getting this "false" deal, this "appeasement" type deal, the world moves one step closer to that biblical end called Armageddon with Israel in the cross hair.


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    • Suhail and my dog profile image

      Suhail Zubaid aka Clark Kent 

      5 years ago from Mississauga, ON

      My two cents:

      USA, Russia, UK, France, China, India and Pakistan are rogue countries in that they have weapons of mass destruction already that humanity doesn't need in the first place.

      Israel already has a huge nuclear arsenal that it hasn't tested. Therefore, it is a pretty much rogue country, although not officially.

      Iran is trying desperately to become a rogue country, although it is not yet, but has every intention of becoming one.


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