Saturday, May 2, 2015

How Do We Know For Sure That U.S. Pledges Re Iran Are Worthless?

We can extrapolate from the experience in Gaza, where U.S. pledges re Hamas terror tunnels are worthless:
Nearly a year after the war, Hamas is diverting cement and construction material intended for civilian rebuilding efforts in order to reconstruct its offensive terrorist capabilities, despite U.S. pledges that this wouldn't happen. According to Al-Monitor Hamas' "tunnel-digging enterprise continues at full throttle, with more than 1,000 people enlisted for the job. The shortage of cement does not hamper their work, because Hamas has found replacement materials." 
Instead of rebuilding hmes for its people, Hamas uses heavy machinery and small bulldozers to restore its vast tunnel network that can be used in future attacks against Israel. Hamas is even acquiring new and longer-range rockets from Iran, the new U.S. partner in the "nuclear framework."
So when you hear the comedy team of Obama 'n' Kerry claiming that their nuke deal will entail "daily inspections" which will head off the construction of Shiite A-bombs, don't believe a word of it.

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