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Monday, August 10, 2015

Saudi prince blasts Iran deal

As a boy, Barack Obama spent a few years in a Muslim state -- Indonesia -- attending a Catholic school.

He does not know defecation from Shinola® when it comes to Muslims, who are now in the midst of a civil war over control of Mecca and Medina. The Saudis have control. The Persians (Iran) want it.

Barack Obama -- who attended an anti-Semitic church for nearly 15 years -- thinks the nuke threatens only Israel. He is wrong. The Saudis -- the primary target of any nuke -- blasted the deal on Sunday.

From the Washington Post:
Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the Saudi ambassador to the United States between 1981 and 2005, has written a damning column in which he compares the Iran nuclear deal to the failed nuclear deal with North Korea -- and concludes it will have even worse consequences.
Writing for the London-based Arabic news Web site Elaph, Badar suggests that President Obama is knowingly making a bad deal, while President Bill Clinton had made a deal with North Korea with the best intentions and the best information he had. The new deal will "wreak havoc" in the Middle East, which is already destabilized due to Iranian actions, Bandar writes.
Writing about the failed deal with North Korea, which was agreed in 1994 and collapsed in 2003, Bandar says, "it turned out that the strategic foreign policy analysis was wrong and there was a major intelligence failure." He added that if Clinton had known the full picture, "I am absolutely confident he would not have made that decision."
The Saudi royal then contrasts this with the present situation with Iran, "where the strategic foreign policy analysis, the national intelligence information, and America’s allies in the region's intelligence all predict not only the same outcome of the North Korean nuclear deal but worse – with the billions of dollars that Iran will have access to."
Bandar says Obama is smart enough to understand this but that he is ideologically willing to accept collateral damage because he believes he is right.
Why do we have to outsource our outrage to Saudi princes?

Look for Russia, China and Israel to sell a lot of nukes in the next few years as nations find they cannot trust the United States to protect them from Iran.


  1. I had a cartoon on my office wall in the latter '80s: drawings of a Shi-ite jihadist and a can of Shinola, both so labelled.

  2. So how much would it cost for Iran to buy a nuke from the norks?