By Walid Shoebat
Many who object in electing Donald Trump argue that you need an “expert politician” to run the US. How is that true, especially when the Iran deal has the Islamic regime inspecting its own covert Parchin nuclear site, which Iran has admitted to testing exploding bridge wire nuclear detonators and has refused requests by international inspectors to see the site. Estimates for the cost of the inspections program of Iran’s nuclear fiasco runs to $3 million a month, most of which American taxpayers would have to cover. With the politicians in the White House doing the deal with Iran, the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) has already backed down to Iranian threats, American citizens may not be on the inspections teams, no return of our hostages, and the nations who can provide inspectors are interested in seeing no evil.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly said that it cannot consider Iran’s nuclear program as entirely civilian. On November 8, 2011 it released a report stating there is “credible” evidence that “Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device.” On November 8, 2011, the IAEA released a comprehensive and damning report which included interviews with foreign scientists who helped Iran develop their program. In unambiguous terms, the report stated that Iran is engaged in “activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device.”
And now Iran will be allowed to use its own inspectors to investigate a site it has been accused of using to develop nuclear arms, operating under a secret agreement with the UN agency that normally carries out such work, according to an old document seen by The Associated Press (AP).
The agreement, for an investigation of the Parchin nuclear site by the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), is linked to persistent allegations that Iran has worked on atomic weapons. That investigation is part of the overarching nuclear-limits deal, the news agency said in the past.
The agreement diverges from normal procedures by allowing Tehran to employ its own experts and equipment in the search for evidence of activities it has consistently denied — trying to develop nuclear weapons.
If Iran does not intend to build a nuclear bomb, what then is all the hoopla about trying to make a deal with Iran?
Arutz Sheva published an article explaining how the IAEA in November 2011 reported that it had received “highly credible” information that Iran had tested “neutron initiators” at the site, and that Iran had told it that it had exploding bridge wire technology. The same November 2011 IAEA report also reported that Iran had tested exploding bridge wires.
Such an implosion bomb was estimated by A.Q. Khan, father of the Pakistani nuclear-bomb, to be able to achieve a 20-21 kiloton yield equivalent to the plutonium implosion bomb code-named “Fat Man” that was dropped on Nagasaki August 9, 1945, and killed an estimated 35,000 to 40,000 people outright.
So the way things are going, no serious inspections, Iran will get a nuclear bomb (or bombs).
WILL IRAN USE THE BOM ON THE U.S. OR ISRAEL?
Iran having a nuclear weapons capability can potentially directly threaten the United States and its inhabitants. The U.S. Department of Defense reported in April 2012: “With sufficient foreign assistance, Iran may be technically capable of flight-testing an intercontinental ballistic missile by 2015.”
While it is possible, many talk of “cargo containers” or even attacking Israel, I seriously doubt it, Iran will be committing suicide: complete total annihilation by the U.S. or by Israel.
While some might argue with all the rhetoric from Iran calling to wipe Israel off the map, ISIS does the same type of rhetoric and is not even directly terrorizing Israel but is massacring other Muslims: Shiites.
We cannot underestimate the Sunni Shiite divide. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and others are already alarmed at Iran’s aggressive regional policy more than Israel.
Who would lament if Iran nukes the Sunni Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia, the mother fountain of Wahhabism? Will the most powerful Muslim nation in the world, Turkey even lament the destruction of Saudi Arabia? In the last poll by Pew Research, while most Turks hate Israel, Saudi Arabia also is listed as one of the most hated countries by Turks: 53% of Turks have unfavorable views of Saudi Arabia.
While such hatred has nothing to do with Wahhabism, it has more to do with history. The Middle Eastern mindset is more like the elephant and would never forget how the Arabs betrayed Turkey during the war with Great Britain. This by no means says that all Muslims hate Saudi Arabia. Many will lament, the Bible tells us that the destruction of Arabia will cause the shipmasters at the Red Sea (see Jeremiah 49:21) to lament (Revelation 18:9, 18). Isaiah 13 also says that the destruction of “Babylon”(v.19) where the “Arabian pitch tent” (v.20) will cause the earth to finally be at rest (Isaiah 14:7) “The whole earth is at rest, and is quiet: they break forth into singing”. And by looking at the polls, one can tell the weepers from the joyful:
As for me, I will be joyful, even if Iran gains the nuke, for I know that “in all things” including the evil doings of man “God works for the good of those who love Him”.