Obama’s administration admitted on the pages of the NY Times on April 4 that they lied about the nuke deal to keep Congress from unleashing sanctions but Iran betrayed them and told the truth. You can see it for yourself in the article, Outline of Iran Nuclear Deal Sounds Different From Each Side, Middle East section.
The Times noted that there are distinct differences between what the U.S. is saying and what Iran is saying, such as issues of sanctions, types of research, and I’m adding inspections to the Times list.
It seems that the Obama administration deliberately lied and the two sides agreed to lie, “to lock in progress made so far, as well as to strengthen the White House’s case against any move by members of Congress to impose more sanctions against Iran.”
Obama wanted to use Iran to control Congress from issuing sanctions though it seems they don’t need much controlling. They appear to be dormant.
Obama’s administration had a deal with the Iranians – our enemies: “We talked to them and told them that we would have to say some things,” in other words, lie, and it was “understood that we had different narratives, but we wouldn’t contradict each other.”
There is “no dispute of what was agreed behind closed doors”, Obama administration officials would have us believe after admitting they lied.
In that case, one can easily believe that the deal removes sanctions immediately and the inspections will be what they’ve been. The UN had twelve questions for them recently but Iran only answered two of the least significant ones. In other words, inspections are useless. Even if there is one facility we don’t know about, it could be curtains.
This is the excerpt from The NY Times:
“The two sides decided during Wednesday’s all-night discussions that each would issue its own statement.
American officials acknowledge that they did not inform the Iranians in advance of all the “parameters” the United States would make public in an effort to lock in progress made so far, as well as to strengthen the White House’s case against any move by members of Congress to impose more sanctions against Iran.
‘We talked to them and told them that we would have to say some things,’ said a senior administration official who could not be identified under the protocol for briefing reporters.
‘We didn’t show them the paper. We didn’t show them the whole list.’
The official acknowledged that it was ‘understood that we had different narratives, but we wouldn’t contradict each other.’”
But alas, Mr. Zarif began the endless diatribe of truth-telling and lies by Iranian leaders that exposed their lies. Iran didn’t stick to the lying scheme, they engaged in their own duplicitous rant.
Our tinpot dictator in the White House, our dear leader, is collaborating with the enemy, agreeing to lie along with the enemy against Americans to keep Congress from taking action. They then seem to feel betrayed that the Iranians didn’t keep to the lie.
Right from the beginning Zarif – according to the Iranians – was under pressure to go along with the tale to keep negotiations going and we reported that several times on The Sentinel.
We now have the Obama administration brazenly admitting their lies about the deal and they seem to think the problem is the Iranian betrayal. This goes far beyond Machiavellian tactics. It’s corruption, deceit, and it’s somewhat traitorous.