Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Trying to negotiate with Iran over their nuclear intentions is a fool’s errand thrust upon John Kerry, America’s new Secretary of State and fool.
Kerry will have no more luck than a kindergarten class in negotiation, with those who desire to stall, giving them more time.
When Barack Obama picked, Hanoi John as his dupe for Secretary of State the barrel from which he was scraping the bottom of could not have been very deep.
The point of picking an anti-war secretary of state was to pander to his constituents in the anti-war movement who now make as much noise as the sound of one hand clapping.
“They are aware of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s capabilities. The slightest military mistake against Iran will make the Americans witness the heaviest damage in their history in their own eyes,” the semi-official Fars News Agency reported Monday.
On Saturday the general said, “America’s interests and all of Israel are within the range of the Islamic Republic and there is not the slightest doubt among Iran’s armed forces to confront the American government and the Zionists (Israel).”
Jazayeri said Israel is pulling the strings of Washington and “the American government is one of the most hated and evil governments in the world.”
Meanwhile, Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan told reporters on Monday that the regime’s armed forces are ready to confront any threats by the enemy and that America cannot afford a military confrontation with Iran.
“Of course, the Americans are not capable of launching a military strike against Iran because neither do the global and regional conditions allow them to do so, nor do they have such capability,” Dehqan said.
Monday’s statements come in the wake of last weekend’s failure in Geneva between the 5+1 world powers and Iran to produce any deals.
Iran had insisted on what it has always demanded: the right to enrich uranium, the right to expand its nuclear facilities and the removal of major sanctions on its oil and banking industries in exchange for halting enrichment to the 20 percent level, which could be converted to a weaponization grade in just weeks.
Iran also refused to give up any amount of its already-enriched uranium, which is enough for more than six nuclear bombs.
Today the Islamic regime has 19,000 centrifuges online, 10 tons of low-enriched uranium, 400 pounds of highly enriched uranium at the 20 percent level and a thousand ballistic missiles in heavily fortified facilities or on mobile vehicles.
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