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Colonel Allen West

It wouldn’t be the first time that former Congressman and Army Lieutenant Colonel Allen West was absolutely correct about what President Obama was planning on doing. This could, however, be the most profound and potentially dangerous prediction if it does come to pass. Colonel West believes that the President is
Ayatollah Kamenei talks to troops

The Ayatollah Kamenei and senior members of the Iranian government say they intend to bring about the destruction of Israel at some point in the near future. In the meantime, they’ve increased their air defenses to make sure that Israel doesn’t get the draw on them. Iranian brigadier general Mohsen Kazzemeini

A disturbing announcement was made by the IAEA where it states that money given to the agency to monitor Iran is running out. The funds for the Joint Plan of Action, which is a pact signed by Iran and the P5+1 that began in January 2014, will be exhausted by
Germany to Trade with Iran

After the Iran Nuclear Deal was signed, the ink was barely dry before Germany and other western countries were meeting for trade negotiations as a result of the sanctions being lifted. On July 14, 2015 the deal was finally reached. Less than a week later German Economy Minister, Sigmar Gabriel,
Ayatollah Khamenei Angry

Some would call it the sound of a broken record. Others would say that the Prime Minister of Israel is simply trying to keep a country bent on its destruction from having the very weapon that could make it happen. Regardless of which side of the fence you’re on, Benjamin
Iran Nuclear Snapback

Reuters is reporting that the United Nations Security Council has agreed to a “snapback” contingency for sanctions against Iran if they violate terms of a an agreement in the works. This would prevent Russia and China from being able to veto a reinstatement of the sanctions if all criteria are
Iran has resumed nuclear talks with the P5+1

Iran has returned to the negotiating table with six world powers – the United States, China, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany – on Friday with a mere two months left to overcome the obstacles that are impeding a deal to curb the nation’s nuclear program. The seven nations
John Kerry at the Iran Nuclear Talks

Iran and six world powers have agreed to extend discussions about Tehran’s nuclear program until the 25th of November. The six countries had hoped to secure a deal that would prevent an Iranian nuclear weapon and ease economic sanctions that have hobbled the oil-rich Islamic republic. However, as the Sunday