Obama seen as starting arms race to get a legacy
10,000 plus protested in a hastily planned rally, to show their outrage over what they believe is the start of a new world arms race.
New York protesters slam ‘incredibly dangerous’ Iran deal
10,000 demonstrators urge Congress – and NY Senator Chuck Schumer – to vote against nuclear agreement
By Cathryn J. Prince July 23, 2015, 4:27 am
Supporters react to a speech by Republican presidential candidate former New York Gov. George Pataki at the ‘Stop Iran’ protest Wednesday, July 22, 2015, near Times Square in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
There is a rising suspicion over Iran’s and Obama’s intentions in this new nuclear arms deal. Meanwhile, these events are currently playing out.
– Iran deal sparks geopolitical tussle over Pakistan pipeline
– Hundreds of Iranian teachers arrested amid protest
– Netanyahu says ‘better’ Iran deal can still fix ‘historic mistake’
– Israel fears ‘major escalation’ by Iran-backed terror groups after deal
– After hard-liners push back, Rouhani rebukes nuke deal critics
– ‘Side deals’ cast shadow over Congress Iran review
History will blame U.S. if a nuclear arms race begins from President Obama’s deal with Iran and the U.N.
A nuclear arms race, either as a result of actual or perceived deficiencies in the Obama, U.N., Iran deal, is already underway many experts say. If true, there is no telling who will write the history of this generations moment. But if it is those who are the enemies of individual human rights, freedom liberty and pursuit of happiness, history will likely say this;
That American people were either willingly led by capitalist tyrants, looking for an excuse to modernize and increase U.S. nukes, or too lazy and drugged up to defend their so-called values and stop nuclear proliferation. Either way it will be said, Obama, driven by his legacy, was just the excuse the American people hid behind. It will be recorded that they voted for rulers who promised to sustain profit and avoid struggle rather than to defend human rights. This generated the political capital the elites needed to pay for the strengthening of the enemies of human rights like Iran, Russia Cuba and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The world will sadly conclude as did the Japanese and the Nazis in WWII, that the U.S. system in the end, is only able to produce a self absorbed, violent, sex obsessed culture led by a ruling class of crony capitalists, unable to defend Human Rights. They will show countless examples of that culture as it is so often portrayed by President Obama’s big Hollywood donors and promoted throughout their big medias. It will be said, that this culture of drones, pleasures and easy fixes could not in the end, lead liberty and freedom at a time when these human rights could still have been defended from aggressive force of arms.
If the world, as a result of this deal, is faced with an ever increasing nuclear threat, people will likely look for their own best tyrant to save them, and they will want their tyrant to have a nuke.
Iran is already saying that Obama went for the easy fix and that Iran got everything it wanted to kill America. It remains to be seen whether the critics of this US president will get the US citizens to protest what hey claim is the rigged game in Washington. Will there be a full, open and robust, public led deliberation before congress votes in September on President Obama’s Iran, U.N. deal. The street protests if any will tell that tale. It is the only thing politicians understand besides their own power.
As a still, semi-self governing enterprise, U.S. citizens need to be oh so very careful when urging the people’s representatives which way to vote on this one. The U.S. people will rightly be blamed if their representatives do not do all within their power to stop nuclear proliferation.