A Comedy of Errors — Alias: The Iranian Deal

There is no logical way possible to understand the agreement that the Obama Administration signed with Iran.

I can comprehend why the Europeans did it.

Desperate for Iranian oil since Russian Czar Vladimir Putin re-opened the Cold War, by invading and annexing the Crimean Peninsula and a good portion of Eastern Ukraine. The Europeans were desperate for an energy solution. The Europeans — especially France and Germany — have an urgency to save their slowly, self-destructing Euro Economic Zone; check out Greece and you’ll see what I mean.

Therefore, those European self-destructors — Dons of humanity and good behavior — can make billions selling the Iranians anything from commercial airplanes to military arms; mostly the latter.

America supposedly is not in the desperate position as the EU. After all, hasn’t Obama saved the American economy?

So why in the world would an American administration strike such a worthless deal?

In the deal that John Kerry struck with the Iranians, the mullahs are given twenty-four days before International Atomic Energy Association inspectors are allowed to enter Iranian nuclear facilities.

The first word that comes into my mind is, insane.

I thought this was the worst of it. Then I had the pleasure of watching Secretary of State John Kerry answer Senator Marco Rubio’s concerns about the preposterous pact.

Rubio’s primary concern is embedded in an article that actually compels protection of Iranian nuclear sites. To wit:

“Co-operation through training and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to protect against, and respond to nuclear security threats, including sabotage, as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems.”

Not surprisingly this bizarre article has been criticized by the Israeli government.

Start with the fact that Israel has been America’s staunchest ally in the Middle East for decades. Then add the obvious that Iran is hell-bent on destroying the area’s only democracy.

Understandably, Israel must find it a bit off that Kerry and the Obama Administration would accept a deal that guarantees that America will assist Iran in thwarting attempts to undermine its nuclear program.

Call this treaty irresponsible and you’d be right. It is irresponsible foreign policy dictated by an administration that clearly has lost its senses — and morality.

Democrats must understand that backing this arrangement is roughly equivalent to an episode at the start of World War II; also perpetrated by a Democratic president.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt refused to allow the steamship St.Louis — packed with Jewish refugees from Germany — to dock in Florida. The ship was forced to turn about and return the refugees who eventually perished in concentration camps.

If the Democratic congressmen — starting first and foremost with Charles Schumer — do not stand up to Obama and reject this deal they may finally once and for all separate the Democratic Party and Jewish Americans; the people who played a crucial role in building the party and bringing it to prominence.

This pact does not stop Iran’s ability to make nuclear weapons, it does not even push back against Iran’s nuclear capabilities. This is a very bad treaty for America and a horrible one for Israel.

Anyone who says otherwise is either acting out a comedy or errors, lying to you, lying to themselves or, in Kerry’s case, trying to get a Nobel Peace Prize for his blatant stupidity, inspired by his loathing of Israel.

About the Author
Simon Fischler was born and raised in New York City. He underwent Heart Transplant surgery in 1993 in New York at the age of 15 and made Aliyah in 2001. Simon is happily married with three children.
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