Iran Nuclear Negotiations to Go On Until Iran gets Nuclear Bomb

Failure is not an option. Failure is the point.


Failure is not an option. Failure is the point. Forget about the deadlines.

The negotiations to prevent Iran from going nuclear will continue until 5 seconds before Iran goes nuclear. And then Kerry will shrug and move on to negotiating with the Taliban or ISIS.

Iran’s foreign minister suggested that talks over his country’s nuclear program may be extended beyond the July 20 deadline imposed as part of last year’s interim deal.


Since Iran is only doing this to buy time till it goes nuclear, it will play the old diplomatic game of saying nice doggie until it finds a nuclear stick.

And Kerry?

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said, AFP reported. “This is my recommendation and I’m sure [U.S.] Secretary [of State John] Kerry will make the same recommendation.”

It's like Mo controls Kerry.

“I am returning today to Washington to discuss with President Obama and leaders in Congress over the coming days about the prospects for a comprehensive agreement as well as the path forward if we do not achieve one by July 20,” Kerry said.

By path forward, Kerry means more rounds of pointless negotiations that buy time for Iran's nuclear program.

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