MILLINOCKET, Maine, November 24, 2013 – Even as Secretary of State John Kerry was emphatically announcing that this latest accord would curb Iran’s nuclear program, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, was telling his people “No matter what interpretations are given, Iran’s right to enrichment has been recognized.”
Were Kerry and Rouhani at the same meeting? If so, sounds like they were not on the same page. Maybe they just “agreed” to call it an agreement to justify the faux urgent drama attached to these negotiations.
Something happened, right? So isn’t that a good thing?
Critics are afraid that the “something” was a lop-sided deal where sanctions are eased or lifted while there’s no real guarantee that Iran will stop working toward having a nuclear bomb.
Even if all of Iran’s centrifuges were to be disabled, we must not forget that North Korea is still looking to peddle its nuclear bomb-making expertise. If it hasn’t already happened, an accord between those two countries would be the one to worry about.
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