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MONDAY, 25 NOVEMBER 2013 10:23
By Brigitte Gabriel
It is often said that bad things happen in the dark of night and this past Saturday night in America seems to have confirmed that adage.
Late Saturday night, it was announced that, largely led by US Secretary of State John Kerry working at the behest of President Obama, world powers had inked an “interim deal” of sorts on Iran’s nuclear program. (The Washington Post has the story here. )
While John Kerry has hailed this as a great triumph for peace, more sober minds are calling it what it is: capitulation.
In the Islamic world, the only time you come to the negotiation table, is to negotiate the terms of your surrender. America is failing time and time again in dealing with its enemies.
John Kerry coming home from Geneva to celebrate a deal with the genocidal Ayatollahs who rule Iran can only be compared to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain coming back to Britain from Munich in the fall of 1938 waving a piece of paper with Adolf Hitler’s signature on it declaring “peace in our time.”
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