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Obamabomb: A Dangerous and Growing National Security Fraud Paperback – July 1, 2016
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"ObamaBomb: A Dangerous and Growing National Security Fraud" is former CIA Analyst Fred Fleitz's scathing condemnation of what he called an "aberration by one of America's worst and most incompetent presidents." Written for the one-year anniversary of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on July 14 and presented by the author inWashington, D.C. for the Endowment for Middle East Truth and the HeritageFoundation, this book thoroughly validates that assessment.
. . . The book theorized that the JCPOA's 15-year lifespan"at best will leave Iran with an industrial-scale nuclear program in 10-15 years with the blessing of the international community." In Fleitz's opinion, it is more likely that Iran will exploit the deal's terms to improve uranium enrichment with advanced centrifuges and produce plutonium at the Arakheavy water reactor. "Iran will use the provisions of the nuclear agreement ... to significantly increase its capability to produce greateramounts of weapons-grade nuclear fuel in a much shorter time," he said.
. . . Concurring with public speculation by former ObamaSecretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta, Fleitz wrote that the"Obama Administration primarily pursued this agreement, not to stop orslow Iran's nuclear program. Obama has misguided assumptions that it would somehow bring Iran into the community of nations, help make it a partner to fight the terrorist group ISIS and even promote peace and stability in the Middle East." It is impossible to believe that - according to a quip by national security expert Richard Perle - the JCPOA "is somehow going tomagically transform an Iranian regime that regards the United States as thegreat Satan."
. . . The author's condemnation of the JCPOA came with a clear policy proposal: The "most intellectually honest way for a futureU.S. president to deal with the nuclear agreement with Iran is to tear it up on his or her first day in office." As with Iranian plutonium production, he demanded that the next U.S. leader makes it "clear to Iran: Stop all uranium enrichment and uranium enrichment research or we will stop it for you." For real Iranian nuclear nonproliferation including any-time, any-place surprise inspections, he advised the United States to implement stalwart sanctions and work with the nations of Israel and Saudi Arabia todevelop a plan to destroy the Iranian nuclear program with airstrikes.
. . . Despite Nobel Peace Prize laureate Obama's fantasies, Fleitz has conclusively shown the necessity of replacing with confrontationwhat he said at the Heritage Foundation is a policy that can only be described as appeasement.
By David Bukay
August 15, 2016
July 14, 2016 was the one-year anniversary of the nuclear agreement with Iran. In his new book, Obamabomb: A Dangerous and Growing National Security Threat, Fred Fleitz, of the Center for Security Policy detailed analysis of the dangers this agreement continues to pose to U.S. and international security, including: why the threat from Iran's nuclear weapons program is growing despite the JCPOA; how the nuclear agreement gave Iran a pass on its nuclear weapons work and led the IAEA to dumb down its reports on the Iranian nuclear program; how the agreement has made Iran a greater regional and international threat; and how the Obama administration is trying to grant further concessions to Iran.
Fleitz's detailed analysis of this agreement not only proves the growing danger that the agreement poses to U.S. national security. For Fleitz it is clear: the nuclear deal is so dangerous that the next president should tear it and re-negotiate another nuclear pact: Iran must cease all uranium enrichment and its research. Iran must not have a heavy-water reactor or a plant to produce heavy-water. Iran must robust real and effective verification and inspections; Iran must curtail and agree to limitations on its ballistic missile program. Iran must agree to end its meddling in regional conflicts and sponsorship of international terror.
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Top Customer Reviews
In “Obamabomb” Fred Fleitz, former CIA analyst, details the unfolding designs of a malignant narcissist and his corps of bobble-head PR men. They’re all here. Valarie Jarrett, the Iranian-American mastermind Chicago pol with no national security experience; John Kerry, who famously branded American troops the hordes of “Gengis Khan”; and persuasion wizard Ben Rhodes, a man so sophomoric that, after duping a nation, he couldn’t resist complaining about how stupid the media was for being unable to tell he was lying. Their counterparts from Iran, a nation famed for dealmaking acumen, probably had to struggle to keep from laughing as we shrewdly insisted on giving up more and more in return for nothing.
Future scholars may find in “Obamabomb” some clue as to how the United States, one-time leader of the free world, came to cringe before Darth Vader - sorry, Iran – saying “I’m altering the deal.” It is impossible to predict just how much harm will come from the legacy of a President who boasts of a fantasy coup that only makes a dangerous world far more dangerous.
The final chapter offers useful ways in which the next administration might mitigate the worst of the damage. One can only hope that a critical mass of policymakers will decide to pay attention.
Reviewed by Sarah N. Stern, Founder and President, Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET)
This stellar book written by a former CIA analyst, details the anatomy of a foreign policy disaster. It analyzes how the Obama administration managed to deceive Congress and the American people, at our own peril, and how the Obama administration, in a effort to "save the deal" has made one concession after another to an increasingly belligerent and hostile Iran, since the JCPOA was supposedly "agreed to", (although there never was a signed agreement, and the
Majlis, the Iranian Parliament voted on a very different version that is over 1,000 pages long, while we in the United States were given a 159 page document to review). This book documents how flawed the agreement is, just how greatly it imperils the American people, and makes recommendations for what a future administration can do to try to rectify the damage. This should be required reading for every American adult.
As brilliant as he is, Fred writes about complex issues in understandable ways. And for him it isn't just theory and supposition, it is first hand knowledge.
EVERY American should know the truth about the agreement with Iran....and take whatever measures in the ballot box to stop it.