IRANIAN TALKS TO BE NUKED BY FRANCE

Obama and Kerry are being hustled like an American tourist shopping in an Iranian bazzar. They are  the JV team in this negotiation going yellow pants at every sticking point.  Ayatollah is taking them on a magic carpet ride where there will be no return. What we are seeing is an American negotiating team not schooled on the art of the deal; problem is Obama and Kerry are on the verge of committing American suicide. The American people know it, the Israelis know it and the French know it.

Iran is not led nor will it be by a pragmatist such as Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi of Egypt, it is being run by an Iranian Lunatic bent on the destruction of Israel and the American so called”dogs.” Why else do you see the Iranians smiling at every photo-op?

 

As reported by the Debka File, inside sources confirmed that the Iranians have packed their bags and headed back to Iran.

France balks at the US-Iranian deal on five counts – not least with an eye on its Gulf ties.

President Barack Obama failed to shift French President France Hollande from his objections to the nuclear accord taking shape between the US and Iran in the call he put through to the Elysée Friday night, March 30. US Secretary of State John Kerry fared no better Saturday, when he met British, French and German Foreign ministers in London for a briefing on the talks’ progress intended to line the Europeans up with the American position. He then found, according toDEBKAfile’s sources, that France was not alone; Germany too balked at parts of the deal in the making.
The French are demanding changes in five main points agreed between Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif before the Iranians quit the talks Friday:
They insist that –

  • Iran can’t be allowed to retain all the 6,500 centrifuges (for enriching uranium) conceded by the Americans. This figure must be reduced.
  • Similarly, the stocks of enriched uranium accepted by the US to remain in Iranian hands are too large.
  • France insists on a longer period of restrictions on Iran’s nuclear work before sanctions are eased. It is pushing for a longer moratorium – 25 years rather than the 15 years offered by the Obama administration – and guarantees at every stage
  • They insist that –
    • Iran can’t be allowed to retain all the 6,500 centrifuges (for enriching uranium) conceded by the Americans. This figure must be reduced.
    • Similarly, the stocks of enriched uranium accepted by the US to remain in Iranian hands are too large.
    • France insists on a longer period of restrictions on Iran’s nuclear work before sanctions are eased. It is pushing for a longer moratorium – 25 years rather than the 15 years offered by the Obama administration – and guarantees at every stage.
  • The main sticking point however is France’s insistence that UN sanctions stay in place until Iran fully explains the evidence that has raised suspicions of past development work on a nuclear warhead design.

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