Connecting the Dots: Iran, Immigration & National Security

This past week John Kerry, bargaining from a self-imposed position of weakness, continued to negotiate with Iran, the world’s most pernicious state sponsor of international terrorism, even after America’s allies walked away. It might be said that Kerry agreed to take “no” for an answer.

Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu left no doubt about his grave concerns about the wisdom of the agreement being hammered out at the behest of the Obama administration that legitimizes Iran’s nuclear program and therefore poses an existential threat to Israel.

  • Minicapt

    John Kerry views foreign affairs through the wrong end of a soda straw.


    • Censored_often

      More like a coke straw given how insane he is lately!

  • simus1

    Emperor Barry has taken the first baby steps down the road to the western left’s programmed erasure of Israel. If history repeats itself (like electing de Gaulle on his cynical promise to save Algeria for France), it will be some Republican president elected as a fire breathing friend of Israel who will then turn around and preside over the “American taxpayer paid for buyout for the sake of world peace”.

  • Frau Katze

    Frankly I doubt Iran would use nukes against the US, the possibility of retaliation would far too great,

    Israel is a different story.

  • Reader

    People also forget that Kerry’s youngest daughter by his first marriage, Vanessa Kerry, is married to Behrooz Vala Nahid born in Iran but now goes by the name Brian Nahed.

    Add to that Obama being educated at a muslim run school in Indonesia for two years, and you have to wonder what their thinking is in supporting Iran continued nuclear work considering both of their political work over the decades.

    With John Kerry’s very public anti-US-military stance and Obama’s very pro-islam stance while making major cuts to the US military, many must wonder just whose side they are on.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      In the case of Kerry, nobody has ever called him on his familial conflict of interest.

      • Minicapt

        Because it was the joyous union of two world-class cultures.