Monday, March 07, 2016

Iran Nuclear "Deal" Monitors Can’t Reveal Violation Details

by JASmius

Of course, they're not allowed to monitor or inspect, either, so this must refer to violation details that little birds tell them or that they're able to discern via telepathy.  Boy, "smart diplomacy" leaves no concession unmade, does it?:

The head of the international community’s nuclear watchdog organization disclosed Monday that certain agreements reached under the Iran nuclear deal limit inspectors from publicly reporting on potential violations by the Islamic [Empire].

Yukiya Amano, chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, which is responsible for ensuring Iran [gets away] with [eviscerating] the agreement, told reporters that his agency is no longer permitted to release details about Iran’s nuclear program and compliance with the deal.

No longer permitted by whom?  Presumably the mullahs, one would think, but the presence of all those secret "side deals" suggests that this absurd opacity in a "deal" that Barack Obama sold as a triumph of "transparency" was also imposed by his Regime to conceal even more egregiously treasonous sellouts to Tehran.

Amano’s remarks come on the heels of a February IAEA oversight report that omitted many details and figures related to Iran’s nuclear program. The report sparked questions from outside nuclear experts and accusations from critics that the IAEA was not being transparent with its findings.

Of course - that was the whole point of the "deal".  To make sure that Iran got nuclear weapons and all the resources they need to build hundreds or thousands more, and that we - which does not include the Obama Regime, which I'll bet you knows EVERYTHING that's going on behind the scenes - won't know anything about it until the bombs start to fall or our electrical grid is fried, or both.

Amano disclosed in response to questions from reporters that the last report was intentionally vague because the nuclear agreement prohibits the IAEA from publishing critical data about Iran’s program that had been disclosed by the agency in the past.

Aaaaaand let us not forget that this calamity in the making is depressingly bipartisan, as the "deal" would have no legal standing if Senate Republicans hadn't forfeited their Article II, Section 2 treaty ratification power for literally nothing, not even pocket lint.

But they were merely the useful idiots; Barack Obama is the evil mastermind in this equation.  And what he wanted this opacity for is, I believe, no less than to conceal the fact that he is gifting U.S. nuclear weapons and ICBM technology to the mullahs.  Seeking to "curb" their indigenous nuke program by saving them the trouble via providing them a turnkey arsenal, right out of the box.

I'd have said "retail" except we're paying them $150 billion to take our nukes.

For all the wholesale purging of U.S. national security secrets into the public domain that is one of the crowning "achievements" of the Obamidency, I think we can say with utmost confidence that this is one bit of classified information that they'll protect like all the gold that used to be in Fort Knox.

You know, before O had it all shipped to Tehran.

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