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Obama’s Parting Gift To Iran: 10 Nuclear Bombs

By Nick Poling / Published on Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017 23:27 PM / No Comments

Barrack Obama’s “Iran Deal” has paved the way for a shipment of 113 metric tons of uranium from Russia pending UN approval. This shipment comes as part of a trade for 40 metric tons of heavy water reactor coolant with Russia. This transaction was approved by the US (Obama Administration) and 5 other world powers. This amount of uranium can be used to create approximately 10 nuclear weapons. Iran has however claimed that they have no interest in creating weapons and uranium can be used for other purposes. This is also not the first time Iran has received a shipment of uranium. They also received some back in 2015 as part of the deal negotiated with the US.

The real kicker is that this does not violate the Iran Nuclear Deal! The agreement is still confidential and not known to the public what all is entailed in this deal. Iran historically supports and funds terrorist groups like Hamas. There is no doubt that Iran is on the path to being a world power who’s sights are on Israel and the US. The Iranian leader, Hassan Rouhani, has said as recently as 2013 “Saying ‘Death to America’ is easy. We need to express ‘Death to America’ with action. Saying it is easy.”

A new administration is on the horizon and one can expect Donald Trump to be more firm on such issues.


About Nick Poling

The Nick is an old millennial at the ripe age of 34. Grew up in projects of the greater Seattle metropolitan area listening to mostly R&B, rap, and hip hop music as a youth. He finished High School in Baltimore County where he was introduced to punk rock and political activism. After High School he travelled the country hopping trains and hitch hiking spending time at various protests, rainbow gatherings, and similar events during his travels. This experience gave him great insight into various points of view and walks of life. The Nick is currently married and a father of four residing in Fort Worth, Texas. He is an avid gaming fan, and tech aficionado. His views have changed over the years from a wide eyed idealist to a pragmatic libertarian leaning independent who values freedom of choice and truth.