Cheney: Iran deal endangers ‘future of the Jewish people’


Former VP castigates ‘Obama’s agreement,’ says it ‘gives Tehran the means to launch a nuclear attack on the US homeland’

ed note–in this, the ‘Jewish century,’ it doesn’t matter if–

the future of ‘the American people’ is endangered…

the future of Christians is endangered…

the future of Europe is endangered…

the future of 1.5 billion Muslims…


etc, etc, etc…

it doesn’t matter if the future of entire planet is endangered…

All that matters, in this, the ‘Jewish century’ (the title of the book by Jewish writer Yuri Slezkine) is how anything impacts upon God’s chosen people.

Judaic pathological narscissism as the sparkplug of Armageddon

Times of Israel

The Iran nuclear deal will have “vast implications for the future security of the Jewish people,” former vice president and longtime Republican politician Dick Cheney warned Tuesday, shortly before Congress began debating the virtues and drawbacks of the agreement.

In an almost hour-long speech at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, Cheney bashed what he called “President Obama’s agreement,” which he said “will provide Iran with funds and weapons the regime will use in support of terror and for dominance in the Middle East.”

The removal of restrictions on ballistic missile development as delineated in the deal, Cheney said, “will give Iran the means to launch a nuclear attack against the US homeland.” Cheney argued that as recently as a month before the deal was signed in July, Defense Minister Ashton Carter expressed concerns about Iran’s development of intercontinental ballistic missiles.

“I know of no nation in history that has agreed to guarantee that the means of its own destruction will be in the hands of another nation, particularly one that is hostile,” Cheney protested, arguing that the Iran deal had done just that.

“What President Obama is asking the United States Congress to do is unique — historically and dangerously unique. The results could well be catastrophic,” he added.

“This deal gives Tehran the means to launch a nuclear attack on the US homeland,” he warned. “It threatens the security of our Arab allies across the Middle East. It threatens the security of Europe, and it should not be forgotten: This deal has vast implications for the future security of the Jewish people.”

In addition to his critique of the relaxation of ballistic missile development restrictions, Cheney slammed what he described as “the cave on enrichment.”

“[It] wasn’t’ just any concession. Under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, countries with peaceful nuclear programs do not have the right to enrich,” he said, arguing that the US’s initial concession to Iran to allow enrichment “guts the fundamental principle at the heart of the NPT.”

“President Obama… is now urging that the US accept an agreement that will undercut the most important nuclear arms control treaty in history,” Cheney added. He asserted that by legitimizing the Iranian enrichment program, “the deal will likely accelerate nuclear proliferation, as other nations demand the same right.”

Cheney was interrupted in the middle of his speech by a heckler, who yelled “Dick Cheney is a war criminal.” Members of the audience – which included hawkish freshman Senator Tom Cotton – yelled at the heckler to “get out of here,” and she was led out by security. Members of CodePink, the feminist anti-war organization, picketed the speech outside the building.

In advance of Cheney’s speech, the White House prepared a video attacking Cheney’s record which was distributed online as the speech was underway.

The video linked Cheney’s support for the much-maligned 2003 invasion of Iraq to his current opposition to the Iran deal, featuring the tagline “Former Vice President Dick Cheney: Wrong then, wrong now.”

Better deal a ‘fantasy’

Speaking blocks away and just minutes after Cheney, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid delivered a rousing pep talk in support of the deal, reiterating administration admonitions that the possibility of a better deal with Tehran was “fantasy.”

Less than a week after sufficient Senate Democrats announced that they would support the deal to sustain a presidential veto on a resolution of disapproval, Reid told attendees at the Carnegie Endowment-sponsored address that “I am gratified to say to our fellow Americans, negotiating partners and allies all around the world that this agreement will stand. America will uphold its commitments.”

His speech came an hour before three Senate Democrats announced they would back the deal, giving lawmakers the option of avoiding the vote via filibuster.

Referring to the upcoming votes in Congress, which are expected to be held later this week, Reid said that “the United States has a choice to make: We can enforce an agreement that forces Iran to walk away from any nuclear weapons program or we can walk away from that agreement and face the consequences.”

Among the consequences, he warned, were the uninhibited Iranian pursuit of nuclear weapons devoid of international oversight or sanctions, and the loss of US credibility as a negotiating body on the international stage.

Reid stressed that even after the deal goes into effect, “Congress must continue to hold the line against Iranian arms trafficking and sponsorship of terrorism, and demand the release of Americans” held or missing in Iran, emphasizing that “these elements were never supposed to be part of the deal.”

The Minority Leader also highlighted his own long history of supporting Israel, “even against the administration,” and listed a series of steps that Washington could — and should — take to further bolster Israel’s security in the coming months and years.

He referred to a letter written to Senate members by Secretary of State John Kerry earlier this month in which Kerry promised to maintain Israel’s qualitative military edge, and to pending legislation from Senator Ben Cardin — who announced his opposition to the Iran deal late last week — that would provide “additional security assurances” to Jerusalem as well as guarantee defense funding.

  1. #1 by Mike on 09/10/2015 - 9:34

    Cheney; Put him before a firing squad. Scum bag liar and butt boy for the jews.

  2. #2 by marta15 on 09/10/2015 - 9:34

    “Deepest down in the heart of piety lurks the MAD carpice , which knows that it has itself PRODUCED the GOD..” ( S, Kierkegaard).
    Jews produced their own God, their own image of God , and this “God” is THEM .
    They’ve became, in their own eyes, the GOD. They regard themselves as ‘divine’, the ‘chosen people’ .
    This self-deification of the Judaic Established Order is the ‘perpetual revolt, the continual mutiny against true God’. ‘The self-deified Judaic Established Order wants to be a totality that recognizes nothing above itself, but has EVERY individual under it.
    It is a truly TOTALITARIAN order.
    ‘Under the guise of worshipping and adoring God, they worship and adore their OWN INVENTION
    either in self-complacet joy , since they themselves are inventors, or in fear of people.’
    ‘The true relationship with God is abolished, customs, ordinances and the like are deified’.

  3. #3 by marta15 on 09/10/2015 - 9:34

    interesting article .
    ‘..I recently interviewed Jeff Halper about his excellent new book, War Against the People, which examines the way Israel has crafted an indispensable role for itself doing what Halper calls “niche-filling” in the “war on terror”.
    Put in the simplest terms, Halper’s argument is that Israel develops, refines and tests things – weapons, missile interception systems, surveillance, crowd control, biometric data collection, new interpretations of international law – USING THE PALESTINIANS AS guinea pigs.
    The occupied territories are test beds, demonstrating how well such “innovations” work in the field. That knowledge and experience can then be sold on to other international players, including, of course, the biggest: the United States…”

  4. #4 by Dante Ardenz on 09/10/2015 - 9:34

    Dick Cheney entire life revolves around advancing the International Jews agenda.

    Lie,after lie, he has told for this,and despite his lack of credibility ,incompetence ,and crimes – he is still at it.

    ” The fault dear Brutas is not in the stars ,but in ourselves”.

    Why do we as a society give him any credence anymore ?
    Why does he have any platform, or listeners at all ?

    Because Jews own us.

  5. #5 by DDearborn on 09/10/2015 - 9:34


    A translation of Cheney’s comments are in order here

    What he is really saying is damn it all, if there is no regime change in Syria, Israel will eventually have to give back the stolen lands on the Golan heights. And that means my oil company will loose the illegally granted (by Israel) exclusive rights to the oil fields in the Golan. I WANT MY MONEY!

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