Decertifying Iran Nuclear Deal Would Ultimately Be Bad For Both US And Israel – OpEd

While President Donald Trump is very fond of proclaiming that the Iran Nuclear Deal was an “embarrassment” and a “horrible deal” he neglects to remember that the USA was not the only party to this deal, and in fact, was literally forced to the table by the P5+1 nations which included Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, China, and France, in the face of great opposition by the huge money and lobbying powers of Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Neo-Conservatives in the United States.

But the deal makes sense because it diplomatically and without firing a single shot managed to disarm the Iranian government for the foreseeable future of nuclear weaponry while jump-starting diplomatic, defense, and trade relations by and between this formally isolated nation of Iran and all of the aforementioned countries above, in terms of trade and defense ties, all of which lead to global peace, stability and prosperity.

The deal also allowed for unprecedented access for inspection any and all corners of Iran by outside entities to ensure that they were not developing weapons of mass destruction as well.

All too often President Trump and the desperate members of the organized and well funded opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal forget that Iran is a bona fide enemy of the ISIS terrorist group (or maybe they don’t since they created/funded/armed them), which was funded, trained, armed, and facilitated by the Saudi, Neo-Con, European, and Israeli fringe groups in their intelligence and business circles, who quite frankly are the international super- oligarchs who formerly controlled 99% of the world’s wealth and military power, but whose wealth, money and power are waning daily with the rise of the great consolidated powers of the East.

This small international oligarch group of people care little about the vast population of the globe, almost 8 billion people, and once they eliminate all of their opposition in the world, they would have no use left for any of them, and mass depopulation would most probably ensue.

See Henry Kissinger’s National Security Memo 200 for further guidance on this issue.

The only ones standing in their way of complete and total unbridled power, militarily and financialy, are the very bloc that is forming right before our eyes in the East, and decertifying the Iran nuclear deal would only push all of them closer in terms of defense and trade ties, ie, China, Russia, Iran, Eurasia, Europe, and now, late-comer and former NATO ally, Turkey.

These entities know far too well that it is in their best interests to stick together, and work together, rather than continue to be a client state of the USA, Saudi Arabia, and Israel.

Pulling out or decertifying the Iran Nuclear Deal will also have the unfortunate effect of causing every single nation in the world to never trust U.S. Diplomacy again, and they would never enter into another defense or trade agreement with the U.S. to disarm, because they know that it would never be upheld.

Hence the only way the U.S. and global community would ever get North Korea to disarm and abandon their nuclear program would be through outright war, terrorism, and death (and many tens millions of Americans would die as well, if not completely obliterated).

While the Iran Nuclear Agreement was not perfect by any stetch of the imagination in terms of U.S. and Israeli interests 100%, compromise is always part of a deal.

But at least the U.S., Israel and global community know that Iran will not have nuclear, chemical or biological weapons any time soon, and this could also, if played correctly, by an open door to extremely lucrative and mutually beneficial defense and trade ties, which would make everyone money, and feel secure in their homes, rather than decertifying the deal and placing them on a fast horse towards becoming a full blown nuclear/chemical/biological weapons state that doesn’t do business with either the US, Israel or Saudia Arabia at all, merely forcing them to be in the camp of Eurasia, China, Russia, Turkey, Europe, and beyond.

The periodic temper tantrums of President Donald Trump are now causing a rift in his own national security team, including Defense Secretary James “Mad Dog” Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, and plenty of others.

The Iran Nuclear Deal is also wholeheartedly supported by a huge swath of patriotic and risk averse career intelligence and defense officials within the State of Israel itself, within its Mossad, Shin Bet, and government (if not already pushed out by Netanyahu).

Only Trump and Netanyahu are screaming all by themselves on their
mountain tops.

The fact remains that the only ones who would benefit from the U.S. decertifying/pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal would be the international bankers and corporations, and fly-over wealthy oligarch Americans, Israelis and Saudis, who all owe no loyalty or allegiance to any of their home nations or people, and will make a financial killing in the new and burgeoning oil and gas industries emanating out of the Silk Road of China, surrounded by Russia, Iran, Turkey, Eursia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and ironically enough, Europe.

Meanwhile the people of the USA and Israel will be isolated like no other time in their history, unable to have defense or trade ties with any of these nations, all the while the Saudi petrodollar continues to tank, with their country and nation teetering on the brink of existential abyss, because you simply can not have 3000 family members completely control and oppress 33 million angry, poverty stricken people in the year 2017.

The USA needs to replenish itself in the waters of one of its greatest founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson, and remember his statement of “peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”

At least in theory.

Otherwise the USA and Israel will just go the way of the NAZIs – hated, reviled, isolated, attacked, and ultimately, extinct.


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Rahul Manchanda

Rahul Manchanda

Rahul D. Manchanda, Esq, was ranked among Top Attorneys in the United States by Newsweek Magazine in 2012 and 2013. Manchanda worked for one of the largest law firms in Manhattan where he focused on asbestos litigation. At the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (“UNCITRAL”) in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Manchanda was exposed to international trade law, arbitration, alternative dispute resolution, and comparisons of the American common law with European civil law.

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