Atomavtalen med Iran er ikke perfekt, men ingen har klart å presenterte et bedre alternativ. Verden blir farligere hvis president Donald Trump tar USA ut av avtalen.
Hva med denne forklaringsmodellen:
Det er ikke presentert et bedre alternativ fordi Obama-administrasjonen ikke ønsket det, full av anti-Vesten generelt samt anti-USA og anti-Israel spesielt -personer som den var. Og fordi internasjonale selskaper presset på for å tjene milliarder i Iran.
VG kunne skrevet det samme gjentatte ganger i løpet av de siste tiår, angående de mange avtaler og «halv-avtaler» inngått med Nord-Korea (og har kanskje gjort det?). Likevel har Nord-Korea fortsatt med stadig kraftigere atomsprengninger og bedre fungerende og langtrekkende raketter.
Fra Armscontrol.org, Chronology of U.S.-North Korean Nuclear and Missile Diplomacy
In 1994, faced with North Korea’s announced intent to withdraw from the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), which requires non-nuclear weapon states to forswear the development and acquisition of nuclear weapons, the United States and North Korea signed the Agreed Framework. Under this agreement, Pyongyang committed to freezing its illicit plutonium weapons program in exchange for aid.
Following the collapse of this agreement in 2002, North Korea claimed that it had withdrawn from the NPT in January 2003 and once again began operating its nuclear facilities.
The second major diplomatic effort were the Six-Party Talks initiated in August of 2003 which involved China, Japan, North Korea, Russia, South Korea, and the United States. In between periods of stalemate and crisis, those talks arrived at critical breakthroughs in 2005, when North Korea pledged to abandon “all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs” and return to the NPT, and in 2007, when the parties agreed on a series of steps to implement that 2005 agreement.
Those talks, however, broke down in 2009 following disagreements over verification and an internationally condemned North Korea rocket launch. Pyongyang has since stated that it would never return to the talks and is no longer bound by their agreements. The other five parties state that they remain committed to the talks, and have called for Pyongyang to recommit to its 2005 denuclearization pledge.
VG gjør et poeng av at ‘Det internasjonale atomenergibyrået (IAEA) har fastslått at Iran så langt har etterlevd sin del av avtalen.‘
Javelja. Tilbake til sagaen om Nord-Korea:
November 28, 1994: The IAEA announces that it had confirmed that construction has been halted at North Korea’s Nyongbyon and Taochon nuclear facilities and that these facilities are not operational.
Det var altså i 1994…
Skrev forresten VG noengang om pallene med kontanter Obama-gjengen sendte til Iran?
- WallStreetJournal: U.S. Sent Cash to Iran as Americans Were Freed
- Breitbart: Obama: We Had to Send Iran Pallets of Cash Because We Couldn’t Send a Check
- L.A.Times: $1.7-billion payment to Iran was all in cash due to effectiveness of sanctions, White House says
- DailyCaller: MORE LIES: Obama Said Pallet of Cash Sent to Iran Because ‘Wire Transfers Not Available’ – But Wire Transfers Sent 2 Days Later
VG’s agenda er utvilsomt PC, dog ikke i betydningen datamagasinet WACCI brukte det:
[email protected]: My (Steve Williams) cover design for the 43rd issue of WACCI – May 1990. It was a humorous attempt to reflect growing unrest amongst the maily CPC-based membership as to what they perceived as «appeasement» to the growing number of PC-owners who were pushing for the magazine to be produced on a more professional PC DTP system rather than the Amstrad CPC that we were using. The «cut and paste» montage shows the famous picture of Neville Chamberlain returning after the Munich Agreement of 1938 with Adolf Hitler. He waved the agreement above his head and said «This document ensures peace in our time»… a year later World War Two started… My take on this, as a cunning editor, was to stay neutral and to show him waving a copy of WACCI above his head and saying «PCs in our time?» I thought it was clever and it did in fact «appease» the membership for a couple of months or so. Anyway WACCI ran from 1985 to 2005, this is my cover and intellectual copyright and I gladly pass it over into the public domain providing my name gets a mention somewhere in the samll print!