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by Lonnie Brennan
U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry, a sometimes resident of Boston’s exclusive Beacon Hill, recently concluded a series of initial negotiations with Iran’s top nuclear representatives.
What was offered to Iran? What was decided? Who gets what? When? How? Under what circumstances?
Well, no one knows for sure. Mr. Kerry says one thing, then Iran calls him a liar.
All we know is that Mr. Kerry took action which will ultimately allow Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatolla Ali Khamenei, together with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, to continue their work with North Korea, and their nuclear testing. (Iran and North Korea have a long history of nuclear bomb development and information sharing, with some prominent events. For example, when Iran’s leading nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi was caught for being present in North Korea at their infamous 2013 underground nuclear testing.
Ironically, Kerry’s chief negotiator for the U.S. is Wendy Sherman, a former social worker who rose through the political ranks of the Democrat party and who gave  North Korea the bomb.  Under the
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Clinton administration, she negotiated with North Korea. Those negotiations were expected to prevent North Korea from having the bomb, but ultimately allowed North Korea’s atomic program to flourish, despite any so-called agreement.
Ms. Campbell’s and Mr. Clinton’s treaty, which promised the moon, much like Ms. Campbell’s and Mr. Kerry’s and President Obama’s initial Iran talks with Iran, is expected to provide the same outcome. Critics point to their last policital rodeo with Ms. Campbell at the helm: North Korea is estimated to have a minimum of 20 nuclear warheads today and growing.
Mr. Kerry’s official State Department announcements include extensive concessions Iran would have to comply with if a final agreement is signed in June. The list was laughed at by Iran. Mr. Kerry has warned that Iran will have material of its own to build a bomb within months, so an agreement MUST be reached, and $50+ billion in frozen assets must be released to Iran, and all sanctions lifted.
“I am convinced that if this framework leads to a final comprehensive deal, it will make our country, our allies and our world safer,” Obama said during a speech at the White House.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded on TV that Iran will use the money to “pump its worldwide terror machine.”
“It leaves the preeminent terrorist state of our time with a vast nuclear infrastructure,” the prime minister cautioned in part.
Iran’s top leaders have again called for the total destruction of Israel.

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