Ralph Peters: ‘Our Enemies Will Never Love Us – Our Allies Are Now Afraid of US’

You can add Lt Col. Ralph Peters to the host of experts who are appalled by Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

“This is all such a sad thing,” Peters told Fox News Host Kennedy. “They whipped Obama and Kerry. They conned them totally. And so what they got was basically – if you like your nuclear program, you can keep your nuclear program. Just don’t pop a nuke for eighteen months until Obama is out of power.”

Peters went on to say that Iran is “well on their way with their dream of recreating their 2,500 year old Persian empire.”

Kennedy asked Peters what the next president would do with Obama’s Iranian nuke deal.

Peters answered, “the real question is what will the next presidents do – because Obama has done so much damage in foreign policy, it will take successive administrations to fix it – if it can be fixed.”

He added that the first thing the next president will have to do is, “get serious about supporting Israel and our clients and stop sucking up to enemies like Iran and Vladimir Putin. Our enemies will never love us. Our allies are now afraid of us.”

As I said early on in Obama’s presidency – I felt like we were becoming part of the “Axis of Evil.” With this nuclear deal – it appears we have.


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Introducing IranTruth: Don’t Trust The Mullahs (Video)

A new website called IranTruth.org aims to expose the truth about the nature of the Iranian regime– as well as the danger of a nuclear deal with the mullahs.

The website launched earlier this month with analysis, videos and background information on issues like Hezbollah in Latin America, the intricacies of the nuclear weapons process and more.

They’ve put out a new video  that exposes the dangers of trusting Iran on any nuclear deal:

Iran has also demonstrated an unwavering commitment to building nuclear weapons, enriching uranium in violation of international treaties and proliferating ballistic missiles with which to deliver weapons of mass destruction.

We must oppose any deal with Iran that doesn’t end their illegal nuclear weapons program and stop their sponsorship of Jihadist terrorism.

Unfortunately, the Obama administration treats Iran as a rational partner for peace. Since Mr. Obama became president he has been so desperate to achieve a nuclear agreement with Iran that his administration has been prepared to make any concession and ignore all bad behavior by Iran to get a legacy nuclear agreement. Obama administration officials have also repeatedly misled and lied about what they have agreed to in the nuclear talks with Iran.

In short, President Obama’s nuclear diplomacy with Iran will concede the bomb to Tehran.

Please follow @IrantruthUSA on Twitter.

Alan Dershowitz: Obama is a “Foreign Policy Disaster”

During an interview with Newsmax’s JD Hayworth, liberal Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz had some harsh words for Barack Obama.

Dersh was on Newsmax TV to talk about the coming nuclear arms race in the Middle East as other Arab nations declare their resolve to match Iran in nuclear bombs – a charming development for which we can thank President “Smart Power” Obama.

Dershowitz said Obama would go down in history as a “foreign policy disaster,” saying his terrible negotiations with Iran put the US in an impossible situation.

“It is the worst negotiation I have ever seen,” the professor fumed. “I wouldn’t hire this guy to negotiate a one-month lease for me on an apartment.  He basically played poker with all of his cards showing, and the Iranians were playing chess by hiding their part of the board. It was just a dumb, dumb negotiation.”

Via Freedom’s Lighthouse:

Speaking of disasters, Professor Dershowitz voted for Obama twice. Not just once – which I could almost excuse – even the smartest among us can get fooled by a slick charlatan once.  But he voted for the gut-wrenchingly corrupt, lying weasel TWICE. #SMH. #SadTrombone.

Hat tip: Brian B.

Only 2 of 6 Arab Leaders Agree To Attend Obama’s Summit, Alliances Collapsing, Worst POTUS Ever?

So the big news today, (other than the evil hijinks of Daesh) was Obama’s failing diplomacy in the Middle East as he pursues a nuke deal with Iran at any cost.

In what is being described in the media as a “snub,” only 2 of 6 Arab monarchs are going to make it to Obama’s summit, this week.

Via the WSJ:

Saudi Arabia’s monarch pulled out of a summit to be hosted by President Barack Obama on Thursday, in a blow to the White House’s efforts to build Arab support for a nuclear accord with Iran.

King Salman’s decision appeared to ripple across the Persian Gulf. Bahrain said on Sunday that its ruler, King Hamad bin Isaa Al Khalifa, had opted not to travel to Washington.

The only two monarchs from the six countries confirmed to attend the summit at the White House and the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md., were the emirs of Qatar and Kuwait.

At stake for the White House is Mr. Obama’s key foreign-policy initiative, an Iran pact that is proceeding toward a June 30 deadline without support from regional powers. King Salman’s decision signals that the Arab states aren’t on board and could continue to act on their own to thwart Tehran, as Saudi Arabia has done in leading a military coalition against Iran-backed rebels in Yemen.

Senior Arab officials involved in organizing the meeting said not enough progress had been made in narrowing differences with Washington on issues like Iran and Syria to make the Saudi ruler’s trip worth it.

Thomas Donnelly of the Weekly Standard still remembers how Obama’s “smart diplomacy” was going to woo a world supposedly tired of W’s obnoxious cowboy antics. (a premise, by the way, I never bought.)

It was a long time ago and a galaxy far, far away: In July 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama made big, bold news by travelling to Berlin to – as The New York Times triumphantly recorded – “restore the world’s faith in strong American leadership and idealism.” With 200,000 Berliners waving campaign-provided American flags, Obama called for renewing America’s alliances and undoing the cowboy unilateralism of George W. Bush and Obama’s 2008 opponent Sen. John McCain.

The events of recent months are an indication of how spectacularly Obama has failed to fulfill his 2008 promise. This week comes the news that Saudi Arabia’s newly installed King Salman and three of the other six Gulf monarchs are boycotting Obama’s Camp David summit – a meeting called by Obama to reassure the Arab states that the forthcoming nuclear deal with Iran was not a betrayal of their longstanding security relationship with the United States. Beyond their fears of Iran’s nukes, the Gulf states see the rise of an aspiring Persian hegemon – in Yemen, in Syria, in Iraq – taking advantage of, if not actively conspiring with, a retreating America.  In this case “no show” means “no confidence.”

On Special Report tonight after Juan Williams tried to suggest that the advanced ages of some of the leaders played a role in their backing out, Krauthammer quipped, “this isn’t about geriatric travel problems.”

He continued, “this is a loud statement from the Gulf states. You don’t have to be an expert. You have to be about eleven or older to understand what this statement is. (burrrrn) And it’s not about Yeman. This is about Iran. This is a rejection of the agreement the United States is about to embark in with Iran by the states who are going to be very badly affected by it and who strongly object to it.”

Dr. K went on to note that these Arab leaders know that any agreement with the United States would not be worth the paper it’s written on “given the history of this administration…”

Meanwhile,  liberals like Ron Fournier are getting nervous: Ron Fournier: Obama Could Go Down As Worst President Ever (VIDEO)

Daaaang: Dems and Repubs Strike Deal to Ensure Congressional Role in Iran Deal


What was Obama saying just a couple of days ago?

Oh Yeah:

President Barack Obama said Saturday that partisan wrangling over the emerging nuclear agreement with Iran and on other foreign policy matters has gone beyond the pale, singling out two senior Republican senators for particularly harsh criticism. “It needs to stop,” he declared.

Obama complained that Sen. John McCain of Arizona had suggested that Secretary of State John Kerry’s explanations of the framework agreement with Iran were “somehow less trustworthy” than those of Iran’s supreme leader.

“That’s an indication of the degree to which partisanship has crossed all boundaries,” an exercised Obama said in a news conference at the end of the two-day Summit of the Americas. “And we’re seeing this again and again.”

Well Praise The Lord! Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, have come together, put partisanship aside and “resolved key differences on the bill regarding Iran’s nuclear plan.”

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker said Tuesday that negotiators had reached a bipartisan agreement on legislation allowing Congress to review a final nuclear deal with Iran.

“What I’m most proud of is we’ve kept the pure integrity of the process in place and the President cannot lift, while Congress is reviewing this, cannot lift the congressionally mandated sanctions, which is what they’ve been trying to do and push for over the past couple of weeks,” Corker told reporters as he headed into a classified briefing on the emerging Iran agreement with Secretary of State john Kerry and other top administration officials.”While Corker said that “no one should ever count their chickens before they hatch,” he expressed optimism that when the bill comes up for a vote in the committee later Tuesday it would pass, as expected.

This means that passage of the bill through the chamber is more or less certain and they may even have enough votes to override President Stompyfoot’s veto.

The bill also requires the President to make a series of detailed reports to Congress on a range of issues, including Iran’s nuclear program, its ballistic missiles work, and its support for terrorism globally, particularly against the U.S. and its allies.

Obama commanded that the partisanship stop, and by Jove – it stopped!

Maybe it was all the grubering?

Mark Thiessen thinks so:

Remember Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare architect who as caught on tape boasting how the president had taken advantage of the “stupidity” of American voters to pass his health-care law?

Well it seems, Obama is applying the “Gruber Doctrine” once again — this time to foreign policy.

The Gruber Doctrine is based on the premise that, in the words of the now infamous MIT professor, “lack of transparency is a huge political advantage” and that the “basic exploitation of the lack of . . . understanding of the American voter” is “really, really critical” for enacting your preferred policies.

That is precisely what Obama is doing when it comes to Iran and Cuba.

With Iran, the administration is once again relying on a “lack of transparency” to ram through its nuclear deal. Even Iran’s foreign minister dismissed the administration’s talking points describing the framework agreement as “spin.” Obama is warning that the only alternative to his deal is “another war in the Middle East ,” even though he has yet to reveal the key details: Will sanctions relief be front-loaded, as Iran insists, or will sanctions come off gradually, as the Iranians meet certain performance benchmarks? Will there be any transparency into Iran’s past secret nuclear activity, information that is critical to verifying its compliance today? Will there be “snap inspections” and access to all Iranian facilities, both civilian and military? Iran says no.

Obama is counting on the fact that Americans won’t be able to follow all the details about “centrifuges” and “domestic enrichment capacity.” He won’t share the details but wants us to trust him that there will be “unprecedented verification.” If you believe that, you probably still think that if you like your health plan, you can keep your health plan.

Last week, your humble bloggress was probably the first pundit to note that with these Iran negotiations, Obama was putting the Gruber doctrine to work on a world-wide scale. 


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