Opinion – Dick Cheney blasts Iran deal ‘madness’ – Yahoo News – John Gelmini

Nuclear program of Iran

Nuclear program of Iran (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sad as I am to say it, Dick Cheney, the old warmonger, is right in his assertions in this piece that Dr Alf has unearthed for us from Yahoo news.

The deal on Iran is a messy and dangerous compromise that has resulted from too little pressure being applied to Iran and particularly poor negotiating on the part of Kerry and the dangerous lame duck Obama.

Sooner or later, America will need to trigger its earthquake weapon and cause crop failures in Iran to concentrate minds because once the Iranians eventually have the bomb the West will be in uncharted waters.

Israel lacks B1 bombers and 30,000 pound thermobaric bombs with which to destroy Fordo and Natanz which are currently buried under 200 feet of reinforced concrete and would have to persuade America to act on its behalf.

Should Iran get the new Chinese radars capable of spotting stealth aircraft or Russia provide Iskander missiles to shoot down incoming aircraft through 360 degrees Israel is in real difficulty.

John Gelmini

Opinion – How Obama won on Iran | TheHill – John Gelmini

Nuclear program of Iran

Nuclear program of Iran (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr Alf is correct the Iranian deal on nuclear capability and centrifuges is not a “victory” in any sense of the word that I understand.

It is a one-sided compromise, that allows Iran to do pretty much what it wants, except that America has demonstrated it’s ability using two 30,000 thermobaric weapons dropped one after the other from a B1 stealth bomber to destroy targets buried under 200 feet of reinforced concrete. China has already built special radar arrays to identify stealth bombers and drones, so if they were to sell Iran that capability, even in lesser form, then the guarantee of compliance with the agreement backed by the Pentagon’s military force could be nullified especially if FORDO and NATANZ are ringed with Russian Iskander missiles capable of shooting down incoming aircraft throughout a 360 degree radius.

Israel worries about Iranian nuclear capability or the prospect of that country obtaining it and I worry about the prospect of extremist Ayatollahs running amok in the Middle East, whilst ISIS jihadists are allowed to roam free.

Young Iranians are more Western oriented than the Ayatollahs and the Iranian government and we must look to them to effect change.

In the interim, weather warfare, in the form of one or two crop failures and some powerful earthquakes, courtesy of the Pentagon’s “Project Prime Argus” program may make it easier to compel the Iranian Government to be bent to Western will. Without such compulsion, Iran will carry on unimpeded. That said, the assurance of a more compliant Iran and a better agreement with safeguards is necessary, or otherwise we might well be looking at what the old-warmonger Cheyney calls a “trainwreck”.

John Gelmini