Wednesday, July 29, 2015


Breitbart News: Iranian Nuke Site Like Barack Obama's 
Original Birth Certificate; All Inspection Efforts Rejected


Here's something you never see published at Breitbart News. Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt writing about Obama's Iranian deal compared inspections of one of Iran's nuke sites to Obama and his original birth certificate;

"...all inspection efforts have been rejected."

Excerpt via Breitbart News:

[...] 
But more worrisome than an Obama team precariously placing us in a nuclear card game with Iran in which we no longer hold our ace is its effort to conceal the actual hand it has dealt the mullahs. One of those cards, involving a very critical issue over Iran’s true nuclear intentions—which has been the subject of intense negotiations for a decade—incredulously seeks to resolve it based on a naive honor policy. 
The issue involves granting access to international inspectors from the IAEA to Iran’s nuclear site at Parchin. There is good reason why Iran has denied such access as it can be dispositive on whether Tehran’s nuclear intentions are peaceful or not. 
While the IAEA did inspect Parchin in 2005, later intelligence indicated a building not inspected held a steel containment chamber where hydrodynamic experiments—related to nuclear explosives research—were being conducted. As such, it would have involved using uranium—the presence of which is extremely difficult to completely eradicate. That has not stopped Iran from spending a decade doing so. 
An extraordinary effort by Iran to sanitize the site has been in full swing. It has involved, among other measures, removing tons of dirt and replacing it with dirt brought in from elsewhere and laying down new asphalt. But, just like Obama and his original birth certificate, all inspection efforts have been rejected. Undoubtedly, Iran’s own soil testing still detects traces of uranium. 
So how best to resolve the issue? It appears the U.S. has agreed to a side deal, to be cut between Tehran and the IAEA, the details to which we are never to be made privy. However, the indication is the mullahs will be allowed to collect and submit soil samples on their own for testing! Is this the “unprecedented verification” Obama promised us? Is this what twenty months of negotiations with Iran generates? 
The side deals were never even disclosed to Congress, only coming to light during discussions involving two Republican lawmakers and IAEA representatives. [...] Breitbart News.

At least someone writing at Breitbart News gets it. And LTC Zumwalt is no crazy fringe lunatic.

Via James G. Zumwalt:

Lieutenant Colonel James Zumwalt is a retired Marine infantry officer who served in the Vietnam war, the 1989 intervention into Panama and Desert Storm. An internationally acclaimed best-selling author, speaker and business executive, he also currently heads a security consulting firm named after his father—Admiral Zumwalt & Consultants, Inc. 
He writes extensively on foreign policy and defense issues, having written hundreds of articles for various newspapers and magazines, including USA Today, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Washington Times, The LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, The San Diego Union, Parade magazine and others.  His articles have covered issues of major importance, oftentimes providing readers with unique perspectives that have never appeared elsewhere.  This has resulted, on several occasions, in his work being cited by members of Congress and entered into the US Congressional Record. 
His thoughtful perspectives earned him an invitation to join the prestigious Committee on the Present Danger (CPD), of which the honorary co-chairmen are Senator Joe Lieberman, Senator Jon Kyl, former Secretary of State George P. Schultz and former CIA Director R. James Woolsey.  The CPD is a non-partisan organization with one goal—to stiffen American resolve to confront the challenge presented by terrorism and the ideologies that drive it. 
Colonel Zumwalt is featured as one of 56 US military professionals in LEADING THE WAY, a book by best-selling author Al Santoli, which documents the most critical moments of the interviewees’ combat experiences from Vietnam to Somalia. 
He has also been cited in numerous other books and publications for unique insights based on his research on the Vietnam war, North Korea (a country he has visited ten times and about which he is able to share some very telling observations) and Desert Storm. 
Colonel Zumwalt received a presidential appointment to be the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, in which capacity he served from 1991-1992. [...] Source.

Fun fact: LTC Zumwalt's father has a U.S. Navy stealth guided-missile destroyer named after him;




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