Iranian President Vows To Break Terms Of Deal Regarding Missiles And Weapons

If Iran is saying it will cheat, and cheated on sanctions and other deals before, why does no one seem to believe them? First off, here’s Iranian President Hassan Rouhani using American President Barack Obama’s talking points

(Tasnim) In a speech on Saturday on the occasion of Iran’s Defense Industry Day, President Rouhani emphasized that today, the Islamic Republic is in better condition compared to a couple of years ago.

“By our own political power, we reached an agreement, which all countries around the world confirm,” he said, adding, “Only the Zionist regime and warmongers in the US are against it.”

Then we find out about their new missiles

(YNet) Iran on Saturday unveiled a new surface-to-surface missile it said could strike targets with pin-point accuracy within a range of 500 km (310 miles) and it said military might was a precondition for peace and effective diplomacy.

According to that deal, any transfer to Iran of ballistic missile technology during the next eight years will be subject to the approval of the United Nations Security Council, and the United States has promised to veto any such requests. An arms embargo on conventional weapons also stays, preventing their import and export for five years.

Here’s where it gets really fun

But Iran has said it will not follow parts of the nuclear deal that restricts its military capabilities, a stance reaffirmed by President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday.

“We will buy, sell and develop any weapons we need and we will not ask for permission or abide by any resolution for that,” he said in a speech at the unveiling ceremony broadcast live on state television.

“We can negotiate with other countries only when we are powerful. If a country does not have power and independence, it cannot seek real peace,” he said.

Hooray for the Iran Deal! If Iran is straight up telling the world that they will cheat on missiles and weapons, why would they not cheat on their nuclear weapons aspirations, which Iran will still not come clean on?

Then there’s this, which is in the YNet News article, as well

(Israel National News) Iran has made clear it intends to breach another section of the agreement, when it vowed to flout the part of the UN resolution that adopted the nuclear deal in which Iran is required not to test long-range ballistic missiles that can be used to carry a nuclear payload.

Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Aerospace Force Commander Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh was quoted by Fars on Friday reiterating the promise to hold ballistic missile tests in breach of the UN resolution.

“The IRGC Aerospace Force will hold a large-scale ballistic missiles war-games soon,” Hajizadeh vowed.

Iran, again, is flat-out saying they will cheat and ignore terms of the deal. They will be flush with cash as the sanctions are removed. They can use that cash to purchase and manufacture weapons, including more advanced missiles (like the one mention near the beginning of this post), then give them to the terrorist groups Iran sponsors, which will be used against Israel. Heck of a job, Obama and Kerry!

Any elected Democrat who votes in favor of this deal will have the blood of anyone killed by Iran and those they sponsor on their hands.

Crossed at Right Wing News.

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6 Responses to “Iranian President Vows To Break Terms Of Deal Regarding Missiles And Weapons”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Iran will be punished if it breaks the terms of the agreement, regardless of what their politicians say.

  2. Michael says:

    So Iran wants to make sure they have a defense to help protect against anyone get a crazy idea and invading them and somehow this is a bad thing?

    So if we were to completely disable the Iranian defenses from invasion and one of their neighbors invaded, would the Americans come to their rescue?

    Iran has never invaded anyone yet we are more concerned about them than N Korea, which I would consider an actual danger, not Iran.

    Maybe Iran poses a threat to the oil tycoons since they control the fourth largest oil reserve in the world. Meanwhile Iran is demonized as some terrorist threat although they have fought against the same groups we fight against in defense.

    Maybe we should look at facts rather than listening to propaganda from the STATE CONTROLLED MEDIA….

  3. Jeffery says:


    I consider Western media to be State-Complicit rather than State-Run.

    Perhaps there is no practical difference.

  4. Michael says:

    When you have to have a license to have a channel it is ultimately controlled by the state.

    The fear of losing their license is a major factor of being complicit.

    It much like being told taxes are voluntary because you can submit voluntarily your records for what you determine you owe in taxes vs just being told by the state.

    Either way you don’t own your own labor and the government has the power to ruin your life.

    We are all complicit to tyranny and propaganda.

    Only the brave take and stand and usually end up being made an example by the state for disobedience.

    Isn’t a voluntary government great? You even get to elect your rulers! Hurray!

  5. John says:

    So Teach do you believe everything that politicians say?
    I don’t
    Why would you believe what he says ?
    Every country in the planet except Israel thinks that the agreement is the best solution available
    The alternative is war
    No country other than the USA is even going to continue with sanctions if the USA backs out of this deal
    Israel. Began the nuclear arms race in the Mideast not Iran they refuse to give up their WMDs
    They refuse all inspections and continually lied about their nuke weapon programs

  6. So, John, do you always come to the defense of the hardcore Iranian regime?

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