The U.S. and Iran reached a nuclear deal last night. The Obama administration is thrilled, and the Iranian leadership shares that enthusiasm:


Netanyahu called the deal a “historic mistake” (even though Kerry ridiculously said Israel stands shoulder to shoulder with the U.S. on this) and John Bolton says it’s “abject surrender” to Iran.

The deal reportedly lifts some economic sanctions on Iran in return for them “freezing or reversing” progress at their nuclear facilities. Iran’s leadership seems uncharacteristically happy with being told what to do, so I’ll remain firmly in the “wildly skeptical” category.

I think they’re calling it the “Iran nuclear deal” because “Munich agreement” was already taken. On that point, here’s Daniel Pipes (h/t Doug Ross):

This wretched deal offers one occasion when comparison with Neville Chamberlain in Munich in 1938 is valid. An overeager Western government, blind to the evil cunning of the regime it so much wants to work with, appeases it with concessions that will come back to haunt it. Geneva and Nov. 24 will be remembered along with Munich and Sep. 29.”


6 Responses to “John Kerry’s optimism about the Iran nuke deal has a distinct Neville Chamberlain feel to it”

  1. OldmanRick on November 24th, 2013 6:47 pm

    "John Kerry’s optimism about the Iran nuke deal has a distinct Neville Chamberlain feel to it."

    Yes it does, even to the sheet of paper; and we all know how that turned out.

  2. doriangrey1 on November 25th, 2013 2:25 pm

    Unlike Chamberlain, John Kerry is a proven traitor (1971 Paris) who is, quite frankly stupider than a bucket of used camel snot, and even less useful.

    If a tree falls in the Forest…

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  5. Truesoldier__ on November 26th, 2013 12:40 am

    Dear Leader is so desperate to change the subject to anything other than the O'Scare Clusterf**k that he is willing to sign off on anything.

    You know the deal is bad when even the Saudi's are saying that they may have to take matters into their own hands and strike out at Iran Militarily.

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    What's even more comfortable when you are entertaining after a day of hard work.

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