Humint Events Online: The Iran Nuclear Deal Is KIlling All the Evil Mongers and Zionists

Thursday, September 10, 2015

The Iran Nuclear Deal Is KIlling All the Evil Mongers and Zionists

Seriously, all the worst people in the world are against this thing.
Cheney
John Bolton
Louie Gohmert
Glenn Beck
Sarah Palin-- what a psycho freak
Ted Cruz
All the GOP idiot/assholes

What a great move for peace and openness.

“You know, my name comes from the word shomer: guardian, watcher,” Senator Chuck Schumer told the host of a Jewish radio program in 2010. “My ancestors were guardians of the ghetto wall in Chortkov. And I believe Hashem actually gave me that name. One of my roles, very important in the United States Senate, is to be a shomer, to be the shomer Yisrael”—the guardian of Israel—“and I will continue to be that with every bone in my body.” Schumer and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s efforts to rally Democratic opposition to President Obama’s Iran nuclear deal have now failed. On Tuesday, the support of Senators Richard Blumenthal, Ron Wyden, and Gary Peters assured Obama that any Republican resolution of disapproval would not even come up for a vote. But the extraordinary identity Schumer was claiming—to be a “guardian of Israel,” without apparent fear of being at odds with American foreign policy or the Democratic Party—may be the greater loss. It’s hard to see how AIPAC, and Schumer, come out of the Iran fight with the authority they had going in.

Yay for Bernie Sanders:
Those who have spoken out against this agreement, including many in this chamber, and those who have made every effort to thwart the diplomatic process, are many of the same people who spoke out forcefully and irresponsibly about the need to go to war with Iraq – one of the worst foreign policy blunders in the modern history of our country. 
Sadly, people like former vice president Dick Cheney and many of the other neo-cons who pushed us to war Iraq were not only tragically wrong then; they are wrong now. Unfortunately, these individuals have learned nothing from the results of that disastrous policy and how it destabilized the entire region. I fear that many of my Republican colleagues do not understand that war must be a last resort, not the first resort. 
It is easy to go to war, it not so easy to comprehend the unintended consequences of that war. As the former Chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, I have talked to veterans from WWII to Iraq, and I have learned a little bit about what the cost of war entails. In Iraq and Afghanistan, we have lost 6,700 brave men and women, and many others have come home without legs, without arms, without eyesight. Let us not forget that 500,000 veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan came back to their families with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. 
The suicide rate of young veterans is appallingly high. The divorce rate is appallingly high, and the impact on children is appallingly high. God knows how many families have been devastated by these wars. And we should not forget the many hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi men, women, and children who died in that war, and those whose lives who have been completely destabilized, including those who are fleeing their country today with only the clothes on their back as refugees. 
The cost of war is real. Yes, the military option should always be on the table, but it should be the last option. We have got to do everything we can do to reach an agreement to ensure that Iran does not get a nuclear weapon without having to go to war.

The whole idea of Iran being a nuclear threat was a ridiculously over-blown psyop meant to spread paranoia among gullible jingoists and racists and conservatives. Thankfully, we seem to be moving past the GOP bullshit on this deal-- one of the best and most important things Obama has done.

2 Comments:

Blogger anonymous wak said...


to say that the neocons were wrong is to let them off the hook.
destabilization was one of the goals.

9:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



Why doesn't Iran have the same national defense rights as it's enemies?

7:48 PM  

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