• Netanyahu: ‘This Deal Threatens The Very Survival Of Israel’

    In reaction to the newly-minted nuke agreement between Iran and the United States, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced the deal, calling its framework a “danger to the region and the world.”

    “The deal would not shutdown a single nuclear facility in Iran,” Netanyahu said Friday. The deal “would not destroy a single centrifuge in Iran, and will not stop R&D on Iran’s advanced centrifuges.”

    “On the contrary,” Netanyahu continued, “the deal will legitimize Iran’s illegal nuclear program. It will leave Iran with a vast nuclear infrastructure. The deal would lift sanctions almost immediately. In a few years the deal would remove the restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program, enabling Iran to have a massive enrichment capacity that it could use to produce many nuclear bombs within a matter of months.”

    “This deal . . . will threaten the very survival of Israel,” Netanyahu declared.

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is gloating and calling the nuke deal an opportunity for his regime to continue enriching uranium “without being threatened anymore.”

    Rouhani said the P5 +1 were attempting to “sanction us into submission,” but eventually came to the conclusion that Iran would not “surrender.”

    Rouhani promised “peaceful” enrichment, saying, “We will carry on enriching uranium on our own soil without being threatened anymore.”

    There are now parades in the streets of Iran celebrating Rouhani, who was elected by fundamentalists in Iran who wanted to see an end to the sanctions that were crippling the Iranian economy.

    This new Iranian nuclear framework imposes some limits on the terrorism-sponsoring country’s efforts to develop the uranium and plutonium, the materials needed to create a nuclear bomb. The deal also mandates that Iran allow international inspections on its nuclear facilitates.

    While negotiations for the new framework were being negotiated, an Iranian dissident group disclosed information about a secret nuclear facility in Iran.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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