Closing Strait Of Hormuz Is Fraught With Dangers For Iran — © blogfactory

BzeroB – Interesting explanation that could go either way. I hope it does not come to that.

A war of words has erupted again between the United States and Iran over the Strait of Hormuz. But it would be in no country’s interest to see trade disrupted in this vital international waterway. Furthermore, unilateral military action on Iran’s part would be a grave mistake. On Monday, April 22 the United States announced […]

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Diplomacy: Iran already accusing us of breaking Obama’s Big Deal

This may be our way out! Let them exit “the deal” all by themselves! Humm! Never quite saw that coming!

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Supreme Thug Next, we give him our lunch money.

Oh, sure. This will keep them from getting a bomb. As if the agreement wasn’t farcical enough as it stands, Iran is already laying the groundwork for walking out:

The Iranian complaint cited White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s press briefing from July 17. (The annotation is taken from the complaint.):

“The military option would remain on the table, but the fact is, that military option would be enhanced because we’d been spending the intervening number of years gathering significantly more detail about Iran’s nuclear program. So when it comes to the targeting decisions that would be made by military officials either in Israel or the United States, those targeting decisions would be significantly informed, and our capabilities improved, based on the knowledge that has been gained in the intervening years through this inspections regime.” [Emphasis added].

After quoting Earnest’s statement, the complaint…

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