Once Again Doing America Not Proud
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on www.americanpbn.com
Last week was a big week news wise what with Obama's 'State of the
Union' address, the capture and release of 10 U.S. sailors, the
Republican debates especially with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz now at each
other's throats, and then Iran's release of four long held American
hostages in yet another Obama 'shady deal' that has, contrary to what
the media is telling you, four Americans being traded for 21 Iranian
would be terrorists, but shhh...we're not supposed to know that. And now
to top it all off Iran is being rewarded for 'supposedly' playing by
the rules as Obama has again used his infamous pen to allow Iran to get
$100 billion in sanctions relief.
And with that the man who vowed to “fundamentally transform” America sits
back and smirks knowing he is one step closer to reaching his goal of
changing our beloved America into something 'We the People' no longer
So while the Republican debate did capture our attention as it became
apparent that this is now a race between just three men; and while
Obama's what I call 'State of Denial' address did have us shaking our
heads in a collective sign of utter disgust; the capture of our sailors, the lifting of
sanctions, and this not as we were told 4-for-7 prisoner exchange but this 4-for-21 capitulation to Iran needs our attention even
more, for folks, we now have examples of yet more blatant acts of
treason committed by the man who Constitutionally should never have been
president in the first place.
“Relations between Iran and the IAEA now enter a new phase. It is an
important day for the international community. I congratulate all those
who helped make it a reality.” - Director General Yukiyo Ama of the
International Atomic Energy Agency
So let's start with the sanctions against Iran being lifted, and
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summed it up best when he
stated that unless there is an appropriate response to each Iranian
violation of its deal with the six world powers that “Iran will surmise
that it can continue to develop nukes." And how right Netanyahu is for a
country ruled by radical mullahs can never be trusted to keep their
word, as the qur'an itself demands that they do not.
“Israel will continue to monitor Iran's negative activities and will
take all necessary measures to maintain its security and defend itself,"
Netanyahu added and we need to thank him for that because we know Obama
will not as he closes his eyes to his brethren's actions as they push
forward in their quest of not only destabilizing the Middle East and
spreading terrorism on a global scale, but in their final objective of
becoming the titular head of the hoped-for worldwide caliphate.
And so now with most of the international sanctions against Iran being
officially lifted because U(seless) N(ations) and EU officials have
announced that Iran...after having been supposedly verified by the
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)...has met all the 'required'
steps laid out in the (very bad) deal to restrict their nuclear program.
But what this really means is that Iran can now move forward in their
nuclear ambitions by cloaking said ambitions in their so-called
'peaceful' refining of uranium, and the fact that they have already
violated UN Security Council decisions about their developing and
testing ballistic missiles be damned.
And with Obama's Saturday signing of his newest eight-page long
executive order that revokes four previous executive orders and amends a
fifth executive order regarding sanctions placed on Iran, the fact is
that this time the law is on Obama's side because sanctions were first
imposed by Bill Clinton back in 1995 by executive order and added to by
George W. Bush during his time in office. But while a sitting president
can legally reverse a previous president's executive orders it is more than a bit
concerning that just one day before doing so Obama signed a presidential
memorandum allowing for the export of U.S. commercial passenger
aircraft to Iran on what he called a 'case by case basis.' In other
words, American aircraft technology...and it does not matter that it's
commercial technology because in the hands of the right people
commercial technology can easily morph into military technology... has
now willingly and knowingly been handed over by the president of the
United States to the enemy. Nice huh.
So now we have Obama's cohort in delusions, Secretary of State John
'Swiftboat' Kerry, calling the world “a safer place because of these
newest developments,” as 'Implementation Day'...the point in time where
the countdown to the day that if in 10 years from now Iran has continued
to play nice in the sandbox the entirety of all sanctions will be
But Saturday's 'Implementation Day' also heralds the fact that Iran will
soon be able to sell its oil on world markets again...flooding and
glutting the markets accelerating the market to the down side... all
while ranking in big bucks making the dollars garnered in sanctions
relief seem like a walk in the park. And Iranian banks will now also be
able to connect to the all-important global banking system allowing them
to have access to even more money. And know that some of that money
will be used to 'out source' if you will their nuclear ambitions to
North Korea and Pakistan while appearing pristine to the UN
watchdogs...and it's all courtesy of Barack HUSSEIN Obama's sell-out
(very bad) nuclear deal.
Now let's move on to what is actually Obama's stepping out of his
Constitutional bounds by unilaterally making deals with the enemy, as in
his 4-for-21 prisoner swap with Iran. Calculatingly and cleverly coming
on 'Implementation Day,' this prisoner exchange has all the markings of
the infamous 5-for-1 Taliban deal where Obama 'exchanged' five known
Taliban terrorists for American traitor Bowe Bergdahl. And according to
presidential candidate Marco Rubio, “When you do deals like the Bergdahl
deal and other things, you are giving people incentives to take Americans
hostage and prisoner even if they’ve done nothing wrong.”
Adding that, “the fact that they can get away with it with this
administration I think has created an incentive for more governments to
do this around the world,” shows just how right Rubio is on both accounts as
not only do 'unfriendly' nations continue to capture and hold Americans hostage, but
this is something that ISIS and the Taliban do on a routine basis not
just to Americans but to any who do not submit to their ways. In fact,
yesterday it was announced that three Americans had been kidnapped from
their interpreters home in Baghdad, possibly by ISIS...possibly by a Shia
militia group...but either scenario is not good folks...not good at
all. And it sends a message that Marco Rubio was right in what he said.
So while I am truly happy that the four Americans... Washington Post
reporter Jason Rezaian, Christian Pastor Saeed Abedini, former U.S.
Marine Amir Hekmati, and businessman Siamak Namazi (whom some reports say chose to stay in Tehran)...have been released and are finally coming
home...the fact is that Bob Levinson needed to be with them and they all needed to come home long before even one dollar in sanctions
monies changed hands...long before America sat down at any negotiating
table with Iran.
Now lastly, as to the 10 American sailors captured by Iranian
Revolutionary Guards when fixing one of their two Navy patrol boat's
navigational systems after realizing they had accidentally drifted too
close to Iran's Farsi Island... the 10 sailors were publicly humiliated
by their captors who broadcast pictures of them kneeling with their
hands on their heads in what could be construed as an act of surrender,
and were supposedly told by their captors to 'act happy' while being
videotaped during their 24-hour detention. Also, told to nod in
agreement when one sailor was forced to say that their action "was a
mistake that was our fault and we apologize for our mistake," Iran
paraded the sailors on state television before releasing them unharmed
in an act of defiant humiliation to show the world they had won a battle
against the 'Great Satan.'
And while debriefings after their release seem to suggest that the crew
decided to "cut a corner" to make up time to get to a pre-planned
refueling stop, their innocent and quite accidental incursion into
Iranian waters in no way excuses the humiliating and outright
degrading treatment they received while in Iranian hands. In fact, the reality is that
two U.S. Naval ships were boarded, seized, and its crew captured, in
what actually was an act of war as Iran is and remains America's enemy.
And while the sailors were released within a day and our ships were returned,
there is no telling how much the Iranians learned about our patrol boat's technology
during that 24-hour period.
And then there's the question of what exactly led to the Iranians
releasing our sailors in such a short period of time. And while Obama,
Kerry, and Defense Secretary Ash Carter, spew their scripted story
that it was Obama's establishing of an 'open line' of communication with
Iran that led to the quick release of the sailors that is simply not
the truth. First, Iran's Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi, the commander of the
naval branch of the Revolutionary Guard, seems to have accepted the
sailors explanation that they had drifted into that area because of the
failure of their navigation system and second, Iran's leaders did not
want an 'incident' that could jeopardize the then still upcoming lifting
of sanctions against them.
This second reason was most likely the real reason why Iran decided to
release the sailors, but two questions remain that Obama must be forced
to answer. First, why did the sailors not fight back when their boats
were boarded and seized, and second, why was no call for help issued by
the crew when they saw the Iranian Guard ship approaching or if a call
was made were they told to 'stand down,' and if so who gave that order.
But no matter the reason and no matter why the crew was released
unharmed within just a day, the fact remains that the timing of this
incident is just a little too convenient for comfort as it coincides
nicely with Obama's 'State of the Denial' address where he heralded his
'very bad' nuclear deal and spoke of a new relationship with Iran...a
relationship that had Iran knowing that within days they would be
securing sanctions relief...that within days they would win their
nuclear ambitions war.
So now we are left to digest a news week that was, but the bottom line
remains that Iran on three counts won the battle and we could very well
lose the war. Thank you Obama as once again you've done America not