Trump is working with the State Department to make sure that sanctions remain in place with Iran.
One of the most disgraceful acts seen in recent memory was the cruel and humiliating way in which our captured soldiers were treated in Iran. Video of them on their knees was shown widely and the truth is that they suffered much more than what was shown. In Iraq, former President George H.W. Bush was confronted with the horror of our prisoners of war beaten and marched around on TV, but in today’s world that would have meant war, most likely. Still, the nation that chants for America’s death openly in their streets as their leader smiles onward at it (calling it a cry of unity) and who test missiles in conflict with their promise got BILLIONS in U.S. gold and capital while doing it.
President Donald Trump ran on a platform that included getting Iran yoked before they become the next North Korea. For all of his evil, Kim Jong-un kills for greed, though. Iran would be a nation just as unstable that kills based on religious hatred and Islam if they were to get the bomb, something that would be a terror for Israel and the free world. Kim wants to BE a god, Iran kills FOR god. That is why the President is seeing what can be done to ensure that Iran is not a problem just waiting to erupt. This he is doing with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and the State Department.
The power plant that is Iran is building is something that man fear they could use as a weapon.
The Daily Caller is reporting today that the State Department has “certified” to Ryan that Iran is “complying with its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” yet this is after they have bragged about tests as recently as last summer that were a breach. Beyond that, a recent uranium deal with Russia has caused many to wonder why Iran would need such high enrichment for nuclear fuel. The truth is, that such high standards are needed for nuclear weaponry, not fuel.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, said that there is cause for concern because Iran is a “state sponsor of terrorism.” This is one of the reasons that Putin and the U.S. are at odds over Russia’s support of the dangerously hateful nation. The fact that the Bear gives “fuel” that can be used to help them along with their “Death to America” ambitions is troublesome to the point of the extreme. Trump is asking whether or not more sanctions should be lifted from the terror funding nation, an issue that is sure to anger the Islamic country.
Iran got all of the perks in the nuclear deal.
In a letter, Tillerson writes, “Iran remains a leading state sponsor of terror through many platforms and methods. President Donald J. Trump has directed a National Security Council-led interagency review of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that will evaluate whether suspension of sanctions related to Iran pursuant to the JCPOA is vital to the national security interests of the United States.” He continues by saying, “When the interagency review is completed, the administration looks forward to working with Congress on this issue.” This clearly shows that the White House plans to stay fully engaged with this process and that the depth of this issue is much deeper than a promise made just to get into office.
The sad fact is that Iran has not kept its promises. It has a desire to use this power plant as a weapon in one form or another. It may be that they wish to “only” use some of the waste or byproducts as a dirty bomb, something that would be utterly toxic. It is probable that they could enrich the nuclear fuel under the guise of a power station, much like Russia in Belarus/Maytchet and England with Windscale did, to hide that they are making a bomb. If North Korea can make such weapons with little more than “unconfirmed” Chinese help, stolen aid money, and duct tape, God only knows what Iran could do.
Fukushima (pictured) saw what happens when a nuclear power plant is built on a fault line.
Worse still is the fact that Iran is building on an active fault line. This is going to cause a Fukushima
in the Middle East that shall kill, sicken, and kill by unimaginable cancers more Arabs than any threat that Israel may pose. The very same doctors, seismologists, and scientists who warned about an earthquake causing the nightmare in Japan and were ignored are warning about it now in Iran. Again, they are being ignored. For Iran, this power plant is a combination of pride and might. The truth is, it is geological fact that this is one of the worst places in the world to build such a structure. They WILL see a quake powerful enough to level that nuclear power plant during the station’s lifetime.
Some will argue that the tidal wave caused the Fukushima tragedy, not the quake, but such tales are nothing but pure silliness. The quake itself caused one of the reactors to begin melting down before the wave ever hit. That meant that power being cut off by the quake caused the reactor to meltdown. The power would NOT have been back on in time to rescue the damaged generators or to have stopped it, so Japan was going to see one red reactor even if the tidal wave had been a raindrop. It is known that an earthquake of that magnitude is due to hit that area with a mighty blow that will see just as much damage, aka, a level 9 or higher.
Pictured is who America gave BILLIONS to in gold and capital. Now they are building a nuclear power plant.
Between the fact that Iran wants to build nuclear weapons, threaten the Jews, pray for American death, and want to construct a power plant in an active earthquake zone, Donald Trump would be a terrible leader if he did not do something to halt the progress. It is amazing that others in the region are not more furious at the notion of the plant being placed in an area where it can bring such misery to so many people, even if not used as a weapon. Sadly, it will be. To imagine anything else as true from a nation that has portrayed so much hatred towards the West is to place hope in nothing. War and interference is not the solution, but neither is allowing them to progress in their hatred. Those sanctions should stay just where are.