Bibi Drops a Bomb on Iranian IslamoNazis

I’m not terribly blown away by the revelation that the IslamoNazis in Iran have been lying to the world about their nuclear program. The mullahs in Iran are following the standard Islamic playbook of Taqiyya, which holds that lying to infidels in the name of Islam is perfectly okay.

The only people who ever believed the Iranian lies are the cynical Europeans who seek economic ties with the mullahs, and the deeply naive Barack Obama and his supporters. It should be noted that both the Europeans and the Obama bros have no love for the Jewish state.

We should also keep in mind that in 2015 John Kerry stated that the U.S. had “absolute knowledge” about the regime’s past nuclear efforts. Kerry’s statement unmasks the limits of American intelligence, if not the limits of Kerry’s intelligence.

In contrast, Israel has the best intelligence—human and electronic—in the Middle East. Think of it, Israel and her assets lifted half a ton of Iranian documents out of an Iranian warehouse and then somehow transported this valuable trove back to Israel. We can assume that Mossad then reeled in all their assets, burned them, for fear of exposing them to arrest, torture, and eventually public hanging.

This was a huge and brilliant operation.

No wonder Mike Pompeo made a special trip to Jerusalem last week.

It remains to be seen if President Trump will scuttle the dangerous deal or work to improve it.

For the record, Seraphic Secret does not believe that the deal can be improved. The Iranians are fascists. They are liars. They are imperialists. And they are unredeemable Jew-haters who have vowed to annihilate the Jewish state.

The first rule of Jewish history is: If someone threatens to kill you, believe them. And kill them first.

Seneca ended every one of his speeches with this declaration: “Ceterum censeo Carthaginem delendam esse” “Carthage must be destroyed.”

To paraphrase:  The Iranian regime must be destroyed.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday dropped a Mossad intelligence bombshell on Iran, and on the Obama administration-led international community that negotiated the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran. He showcased a vast archive of Iran’s own documentation demonstrating that Tehran worked to develop a nuclear weapons arsenal, lied to the international community about it, and has taken the steps necessary to ensure it can proceed to the bomb within the framework of the 2015 deal.

In a brief, devastating presentation at the Tel Aviv Defense Ministry headquarters, Netanyahu unveiled what he described as one of Israeli intelligence’s greatest ever achievements — getting its hands on Iran’s own archived nuclear weapons program paperwork: 55,000 pages, and another 55,000 files on 183 CDs, he said. That archive faithfully records the progress of Iran’s comprehensive program to build nuclear weapons, named Project Amad, he noted — speaking in English, for maximal international resonance. And by obtaining that material, he declared, Israel could now incontrovertibly demonstrate that Iran’s leaders have “brazenly” lied to the world, and that the 2015 accord is founded on Iranian “deception.”

“100,000 files right here prove that they lied,” he declared, standing in front of what he said were copies of the Iranian files and CDs.

Watching the prime minister’s presentation in a TV studio, the former head of Military Intelligence in the Israeli army, Amos Yadlin, called the material “conclusive proof” of Tehran’s duplicity — vindication of Israel’s consistent claim that Iran had a nuclear weapons program, continued to work on it in recent years, and duped the world about it. The captured archive material contains “no smoking gun since 2015,” Yadlin observed, because that most recent material presumably hasn’t been archived yet. However, since Iran now demonstrably lied to the world until 2015, Yadlin added dryly, “it has presumably continued to lie since then as well.”

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  1. pkoning
    Posted May 7, 2018 at 2:00 pm | Permalink

    It should be pointed out at every opportunity that the only binding agreement the US can enter into is a treaty, and a treaty is not in effect until ratified by 2/3 of the Senate.
    Various people say that the “agreement” is not a treaty. If true, then it does not exist at all under the Constitution, it is not binding on anyone, and the President can simply dismiss it out of hand. (Then again, Rouhani does claim it’s a treaty; I wonder why he says that.)
    I sometimes worry that if the President were to toss out this meaningless scrap of paper, some random member of the Resistance among the judges would invent some pseudo-legal sounding excuse for issuing an injunction saying “Trump can’t do that because of mumbo-jumbo lies…” A way to cure that would be for the President to take the “agreement” and send it to the Senate with a cover letter saying “Here is an unratified treaty. Please decide whether to ratify it. I recommend you do not ratify it.” That would nail it explicitly and properly.

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  2. Bill Brandt
    Posted May 1, 2018 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    For Obama to make that pact with Iran there has to be a lot of arrogance in believing that he knew best and not Congress (or the American people)

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    • pkoning
      Posted May 7, 2018 at 4:37 pm | Permalink

      That arrogance clearly included despising the Constitution.

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  3. serene
    Posted May 1, 2018 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    It is naive of you to call Obama “deeply naive.” That connotes that he had a desire to do a good thing, but he just misunderstood the consequences of his actions, or that he thought the Iranians really are decent humane people who are “misunderestimated” by the average American and he had to slip them the money this way or those thick-headed tight-fisted deplorable Islamaphobes would stick their noses in and prevent him from doing this mitzvah.

    Deeply duplicitous, perhaps; deeply cynical, more likely; no doubt mercenary–for we must assume that he was getting more out of this deal than just the satisfaction of taking part in hastening the destruction of Israel (and America); and irredeemably, utterly evil–certainly.

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    • Barry
      Posted May 1, 2018 at 11:32 am | Permalink

      I like both Bill’s thought and yours. bill, because while I do not believe anything good came from the Obama administration, I wish I was wrong. Yours, for the obvious truths you have posted.

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