The nuke deal allows Iran to do anything it wants and protects us from nothing. They can build their missiles, their nuclear war heads and we will help them modernize their Arak facility so they can spin better centrifuges.
Iran allegedly has hundreds of meters of tunnels filled with ballistic missiles and hardware which was shown on Iranian TV last week to serve as a warning.
Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards’ aerospace division, said numerous such tunnels exist across the country at a depth of 500 meters.
“The Islamic republic’s long-range missile bases are stationed and ready under the high mountains in all the country’s provinces and cities,” he said, according to the Guards’ website.
They are ready to be launched from all over Iran and will “erupt like a volcano from the depth of earth,” the Daily Mail reported.
It shouldn’t impact the Iran deal because they are allowed to do anything they want and we will even give them $150 billion to do it with. They are also expecting another $100 billion from investments in their lucrative oil industry, according to the Iran Project.
In fact, FARS News agency, the Iran-government controlled news service, announced Iran and the P5+1 have agreed on a draft plan to modernize their Arak facility which we will in part pay for.
As for the ICBM tests, of missiles capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, General Zohdi told Fars that the US reaction to Iran’s recent missile test was “double-edged” and “weak”.
He said Americans objected that Iran’s missile test violated UN Security Council resolutions, but did not run counter to the nuclear deal because they intended to shrug off blame and criticism. He added that the missile industry has nothing to do with the nuclear issue as the western states agree and it has no bearing on the nuclear deal.
“The negotiations don’t restrict the Islamic Republic’s defensive power at all,” General Zohdi emphasized.
The Ayatollah has not signed the nuclear deal – the JCPOA – and he won’t until all the sanctions are lifted. That was always going to be the deal despite the lies we were fed. The Ayatollah is still calling America the Great Satan and says the Zionist regime cooperates with the U.S. Negotiations with the U.S. are forbidden, the Ayatollah told a gathering of Commanders and Revolutionary Guards on October 7th. On the 9th, he told the 9th Elite Youth Conference to pursue jihad over individual interests.
video via MEMRI TV