Supporters of the Iran nuclear agreement insist that the deal will verify Iran does not get nuclear capabilities. Because Iran has agreed to inspections of its nuclear facilities, it will be held accountable.
Presumably, the inspections would be carried out by the U.N. agency that typically does this work – the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
But part of the Iran deal includes a secret agreement between this agency (IAEA) and Iran, which allows Iran to use its own experts and equipment for inspecting a key undercover nuclear facility.
The side agreement also keeps the IAEA from using technology to monitor areas that are “off-limits.”
The countries that signed the Iran deal knew about this side agreement.
Inspection of this particular undercover facility is a key part of the Iran deal. We haveevidence that Iran experimented with high-explosive detonators for nuclear weapons at this site.
What’s more… this secret agreement was labeled “separate arrangement II” – indicating that there are more of these side agreements.
This Iran deal will lend to:
- A nuclear arms race in the Middle East
- The wiping out of Israel
- Nuclear war in our lifetime
Watch an interview with former Israeli Ambassador to the U.N., Dan Gillerman, here.
And here’s an interview on the Iran deal with Netanyahu’s spokesperson. Watch here.