Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Obama Betrays Iran on Nuclear Deal | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

One thing for sure can be said about Obama. He’s consistent. He says one thing. He does another – virtually always.

On the other, he surrendered to congressional anti-Iranian hardliners without a whimper of protest.

Lausanne is dead. Chances for concluding fair and equitable final terms with Iran by June 30 are virtually nil.

Business as usual triumphed. US neocons, Israel, its Lobby and other Iran-haters won.

Obama agreed to sign the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act of 2015 (INAA) when passed by both houses – likely by a veto-proof margin.

On Tuesday, it cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously. Republicans and most Democrats are in lockstep.

It gives Congress final say on any nuclear deal reached with Iran. It effectively undermines whatever may be consummated.

It assures months of talks were wasted. Perhaps Obama never wanted a deal in the first place.

Maybe he just pretended to want one – while privately plotting betrayal.

He’s as hardline as neocons infesting his administration. Their notion of a deal with Iran is unconditional surrender.

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