STOP IRAN NOW ENDORSES BIBI IN THE ISRAELI ELECTION AS A MATTER OF URGENCY - HERE'S WHY…
Updated: Nov 13, 2022
We are urging the people of Israel not to walk - but to run to the polls to vote for Netanyahu and his Likud Party
BIBI BRINGS STRONG LEADERSHIP AND HAS IT RIGHT ON IRAN -
HIS WEAK OPPONENTS DO NOT - THEY ARE BIDEN PUPPETS WHO HAVE RELINQUISHED ISRAEL'S SOVEREIGNTY WHILE EMBOLDENING AND ENRICHING IRAN'S TERROR PROXY HEZBOLLAH
Video : Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressing the United States Congress on March 3, 2015 warning against the disastrous and fatally flawed Iran nuclear deal. Unfortunately, all of the concerns he expressed have been realized.
STOP IRAN NOW
OCTOBER 23, 2022
At Stop Iran Now we would prefer to stay away from politics. We believe that the issues at hand transcend politics, religion and nationality - and touch our common humanity.
But we seek truth - and understand the critical need to share it.
And we live in the real world where there is great significance in who holds the levers of power.
Indeed, elections have consequences.
On November 1 the Israeli people will vote in an election that will have enormous consequences - for the the State of Israel, for the Middle East and for the entire world.
Benjamin Netanyahu a/k/a 'Bibi'- the former Prime Minister of Israel - is seeking reelection. We are urging the people of Israel not to walk - but to run to the polls to vote for Netanyahu and his Likud Party as a matter of urgency.
1. BIBI HAD IT RIGHT ON IRAN
In 2015, when the Obama/Biden Administration was on the verge of entering into the disastrous and fundamentally flawed Iran nuclear deal ("JCPOA") which poses an existential threat to his country Bibi made the decision to address the United States Congress and inform them of the great perils posed by the pending accord. Bibi did precisely what any responsible leader of the State of Israel would have done - trying to garner as much support as possible to oppose the deal both in Congress and in the court of public opinion - while making certain to leave Israel's options on the table.
Unfortunately, his warnings were right on point.
The Obama/Biden Administration that went into negotiations with substantial leverage and the stated objective of dismantling Iran's nuclear program ended up with an accord that left that infrastructure substantially intact and enabled the development of advanced centrifuges which are more efficient and easier to hide.
An Obama/Biden Administration that went into negotiations promising to address Iran's ballistic missile capability did not enabling Iran to permissively develop advanced intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
An Obama/Biden Administration which went into negotiations promising that Iran must come clean on its prior clandestine efforts to develop a military nuclear program (critical in terms of enacting effective measures to thwart that program) abandoned that promise - and a daring mission by the Israeli Mossad under Netanyahu raided a warehouse containing valuable information which proved conclusively that Iran lied when it claimed its program was for 'peaceful' purposes and unearthed valuable information to the UN's nuclear watchdog the IAEA.
The highly touted inspections regimen and snapback sanctions remedy were and are unworkable -- and even laughable.
An Obama/Biden Administration which entered the White House when there was international concensus and the greatest state sponsor of terrorism in the world was not legally able to enrich uranium which could be used to develop nuclear weapons - reached a deal in which President Obama himself admitted would eventually legtimize Iran's development of nuclear weapons
"In return" the Obama/Biden Administration gave the murderous Iranian regime $55 billion in sanctions relief which, as Bibi predicted, was used to fund (i) Iran's campaign of 'conquest, subjugation and murder' throughout the Middle East (including its partnership with Assad and the murder of 500,000 Syrians using barrel bombs and chemical weapons); (ii) Iran's terrorism around the globe (including on American soil); (iii) Iran's development of both nuclear and conventional military capabilities and (iv) Iran's cyber capabilities and attacks.
What should have been learned at the very least is that Iran is not a good faith partner -- or more to the point - that you cannot make a deal with the devil.