Kerry Admits “Arms and Missiles” Were “Thrown In At Last Minute” To Appease Iranian Negotiators…

Yet somehow it was “out-of-bounds” for the U.S. to throw in the release of U.S. hostages.

This admission by Secretary Kerry is reflective of two things:

#1) The administration was desperate to come away with a deal, any deal; and

#2) Affirming what Obama has stated – the weapons being released (under the lifting of the embargo) will come from China and Russia – and the only way to stop those arms from reaching Hamas will be to engage shipments from Russia and/or China, which opens up another entire can of worms regarding regional stability and U.S. interests…

Unreal.

“So this [deal] focused on getting rid of the principal problem in the region, which is Iran’s threat to Israel, their threat to the region, to have a nuclear capacity.”

“We believe with this, for years into the future, we have this incredible capacity to have access, to have inspections, to hold them accountable.

“And by the way, even though the arms and the missiles, they were thrown in as an add-on to this nuclear agreement. It was always contemplated if Iran did come and deal on the nuclear program, that was going to be lifted.”

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27 Responses to Kerry Admits “Arms and Missiles” Were “Thrown In At Last Minute” To Appease Iranian Negotiators…

  1. beaujest says:

    Kerry is a commie ! On top of that he is a traitor !

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    • archer52 says:

      He wants that Peace Prize to go along with his purple hearts. And he’s worked just as hard to earn both. In the war it was a 120 days and three scratches before he started his political career. It was like he got a “participation” award his liberal ilk like to give out.

      Now it will be forty million dead or dying for radiation burns so I guess you can say he’s improving…?

      Only in this world can that be worthy of an award.

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  2. hebejg says:

    “Yesss Imam Adamsss” in my best Lurch (Adams Family) voice.

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  3. Justice_099 says:

    I have a feeling nobody in this administration will be welcome in Israel ever again.

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  4. Mike says:

    …wonder if they promised Kerry 72 virgins.

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  5. justfactsplz says:

    Meanwhile wasting away in Iranian prisons…………….

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  6. Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

    I went to school with guys like Kerry. University School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. They disgusted me then, and they still do. Rich, and brain dead!

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  7. Crystal says:

    I’m sure this clueless wonder is proud of his abysmal negotiating skills.

    Meanwhile, check out this article from American Thinker. It says that MusBros have infiltrated American intelligence and that Bari, Billy Jeff, Hildebeast and Jimmah are allegedly on the payroll:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2015/06/gertz_expose_pentagon_docs_show_obama_supports_muslim_brotherhood.html

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    • RJ says:

      The real humor is that when this “deal” falls apart we will be exposed to Kerry and his pal, The Black Devil once again coming in front of the cameras and sprinkling their “fairy dust” words over as many people as they can…”It wasn’t me!”

      Just before America hears a loud explosion, earthquake type shaking, then real radiation dust floating overhead…

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    • partyzantski says:

      Crystal,
      That is an important article. As there is no public discussion of it, one is left to consider what would American policy and the noises of politicos be if there WAS a degree of MB infiltration?…. it would be what we have at present. American policy and political noises are 100% consistent with internal subversion & penetration by the Muslim Brotherhood.

      Ask the uncomfortable questions, if only in your own mind.

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      • peachteachr says:

        I agree, partyzantski . A startling read. It was published on June 5th so Gertz’s prediction that the msm would ignore the story did come true.

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  8. Judgy says:

    Where the hell is Jiminy Cricket when you need him?

    “Unreal” is right!

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  9. bob e says:

    no fear of any sort of consequence at all ..

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  10. partyzantski says:

    This “deal” is a travesty.
    So, the Regime wants so-called “gun control” for Americans, yet gives piles of arms to the IRANIANS????
    Is this some sort of “fast and furious”, but just give weapons to the Iranians to sweeten the pot?

    American service members are going to be on the receiving end of those when the Iranians decide to return them to us in an unkind way. I am sure that the survivors will want to thank kerry personally for his negotiating acumen.

    If Kerry sold used cars for a living, he’d be broke in a month. So, you bought this car for 3k? Let me throw in this new engine, a spare transmission and a new paint job! And have these season box seats at the game! Yee-haw! Where do we find such men?

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  11. jetstream says:

    The Iranian nuke deal isn’t about the nukes – it’s about Israel
    The administration readily caved on Iran’s nukes because it viewed the matter only as a timely pretense for achieving other cherished aims. These were: (1) preventing an Israeli attack on Iran; (2) transforming the United States into a more forgiving, less imposing power; (3) establishing diplomacy as a great American good in itself; (4) making Iran into a great regional power; and (5), ensuring the legacies of the president and secretary of state as men of vision and peace.
    https://www.commentarymagazine.com/2015/07/15/iran-nuclear-deal-not-about-nukes/

    Pentagon chief Carter in Israel seeks deeper military ties
    Israeli officials insist they are not prepared to discuss American “compensation” for the Iran deal, saying that would imply acceptance of the accord. Israel believes there are loopholes in the deal that will allow Iran to emerge as a nuclear power eventually.

    “Everybody talks about compensating Israel,” Netanyahu said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”

    “I guess the question you have to ask yourself is, if this deal is supposed to make Israel and our Arab neighbors safer, why should we be compensated with anything?”
    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/pentagon-chief-carter-not-offering-new-arms-deal-israel

    My take is that Israel hasn’t been sitting still for the hostile incompetent orchestrations of the Obama administration. It has been forging strategic alliances in the region. Opportunities that lead to (at least) neutrality from surrounding nations, if not changed attitudes and new-found loyalties.

    Israel, Greece sign status of forces agreement
    Israel and Greece signed a status of forces accord in Tel Aviv on Sunday that offers legal defense to both militaries while training in the other’s country.

    “We perceive Iran as a generator and central catalyst to regional insecurity through its support to terrorist elements in the Middle East, particularly Shi’ite terrorism, though not only Shi’ite. And of course, the Iranian ambition for regional hegemony leads the regime in Tehran to undermine the stability of [other] regimes, which creates a challenge for all of us,” Ya’alon said.

    Global terrorism is “also developing in our area, and is influencing the security situation in Europe as well. Terrorism is terrorism is terrorism. Today it is directed against someone else, and tomorrow it reaches you,” he added.
    http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Israel-Greece-sign-status-of-forces-agreement-409492?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    Israel and Saudi Arabia present united front over Iran deal
    Israel and the Sunni Arab world have set aside old grievances to stand together against the West’s engagement with Iran.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/11739349/Israel-and-Saudi-Arabia-present-united-front-over-Iran-deal.html

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    • Obomination says:

      My take is that Israel hasn’t been sitting still for the hostile incompetent orchestrations of the Obama administration.

      The incompetence of hostiles is generally a good thing.

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  12. yakmaster2 says:

    John Kerry was starring in his own movie
    “Desperately Seeking A Deal ” so that he could sequel with his boss in “Desperately Seeking A Legacy.” Now Congress has read the script (132 pages?) but it seems all they can do, as usual, is watch while the stars sell tickets to the show.
    Seriously, we don’t have a lame duck President this cycle, we’ve got a lame duck Congress. smh

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  13. Mike says:

    It’s really sad. The Iranians in the time of the shah had problems but they could be our friends. Then Carter irrevocably messed things up, all downhill since, now this. One can only wonder is the US or Israel will wind up cleaning out the deeper seated problems in a few years with 30,000 pound depleted uranium penetrators using fusion cores. Probably 10-25 Mt yield and pretty dirty.

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  14. LadyRavenSDC says:
  15. Obomination says:

    To believe the Hussein regime is interested in protecting Israel is asinine. Yet there is nary one prominent member of the GOP who, if they are sincere, doesn’t believe this. What interesting times.

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  16. RJ says:

    How does the United States evolve from a constitutional democracy to a totalitarian regime?

    Sit back in your favorite lounge chair and just watch what is happening right before your very eyes!

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  17. Patricio says:

    What can go wrong with a deal assembled by 3 proven liars. 4 if you throw in Hillary who just gave her stamp of approval. Actually the Iranian boss may be the most honest of the bunch. He
    still maintains he will wipe Israel and us off the map .

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  18. obeara says:

    There is an interesting article in Asia Times by Angelo Codevilla titled “The fallacy behind the Iran deal’s “creative ambiguity”. I am mentioning it here, because it is about the Iran deal, but it has a second issue in it that I want to bring to readers’ attention. The second issue is our POWs left in Vietnam.

    “While the US ruling class touted these as “peace with honor” and Kissinger cashed his share of the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, North Vietnam treated the “accords” as America’s surrender. Le Duc Tho rejected his share of the prize. His government demanded ransom for the American prisoners that it kept back and, when it was not forthcoming, just kept them. US officials, whose interest it was to maintain the fiction, just turned the page.”

    Donald Trump is presently being attacked for his comments about John McCain. There is a video that was posted here at Conservative Treehouse in the comments section about Trump and McCain that shows that there was an effort to get documents released to help efforts on behalf of our men left behind that was stopped by John McCain. I think this entire issue should be researched and the truth brought out. What is in the documents that McCain did not want revealed?

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  19. archer52 says:

    Did you guys see this?

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/07/obama-deal-us-to-protect-iranian-nuclear-sites-from-israeli-attack/

    I read the fine print highlighted. It could be assumed to be site security against terrorist or criminal attack…or not.

    Obama is a very, very bad man.

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  20. Alfred E. Neuman says:

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

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