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Why ‘President Hillary Clinton’ Would Go To War With Iran

21st Century Wire says…

The democratic frontrunner for president is apparently looking to increase her stock with the military industrial complex.

Watch a video of this report here:

Commenting on the historic deal just reached with Iran, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has made it obvious that she is in the pocket of the military industrial complex.

Clinton started out innocently enough, saying: ‘Based on the briefings I received and a review of the documents, I support the agreement because it can help us prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon’. Continuing, she said that the ‘agreement can make the United States, Israel and our Arab partners safer’.

A threat to world peace? (Photo Credit: U.S. Department of State)

She then went on to say that ‘the message to Iran should be loud and clear: we will never allow you to acquire a nuclear weapon; not just during the term of this agreement – never’. Why exactly does she believe the United States should be directing the internal affairs of a sovereign country?

Then, she really went off the deep end:

Signing is just the beginning. As president I would use every tool in our arsenal to compel rigorous Iranian compliance.’

‘Just the beginning’?!

War on the brain? (Photo Credit: Chad J. McNeeley)

This should signal to voters that a Clinton presidency is unlikely to be vastly different from recent experiences with Bush Jr. and Obama. It makes it blindingly obvious that Hillary Clinton is ready and willing to indulge the military industrial complex, an institution that was more than likely angered by the recent deal.

Rightweb.irc also reports:

“Although she may not be a dyed-in-the-wool foreign policy hawk, Hillary Clinton has a track record promoting aggressive U.S. military intervention in the Middle East and elsewhere and maintains ties to various neoconservative intellectuals. Clinton voted in favor of the 2003 invasion of Iraq as a U.S. senator, and as secretary of state she advocated for an array of interventionist policies concerning Libya, Syria, and Iran. Neoconservative luminary Robert Kagan, who served on Clinton’s foreign affairs policy board during her tenure at the State Department, has said that he feels “comfortable with her foreign policy,” which according to him is something that “might have been called neocon, but clearly her supporters are not going to call it that.” 

Also, with Bilderberg Group-favourite Clinton now stating that she ‘absolutely’ does not trust Iran, it is almost like she is trying to create a self-fulfilling prophecy where the deal will go bad no matter what.

We would like to know if ‘every tool’ that Clinton would use includes America’s own nuclear weapons.

How much different would America really be with Hillary as President?

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Hillary Clinton: Iran will never get a nuclear weapon on my watch

The Guardian

Hillary Clinton has vowed that Tehran will never be able to acquire atomic weapons if she is elected to the White House in remarks that welcomed the Iran nuclear deal while taking a firm line.

Clinton, the main contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, made her statement as critics in the US Congress, andsceptical US allies abroad including Israel, condemned the agreement as providing Iran with a glide path – albeit a somewhat delayed one – towards an eventual nuclear weapon.

“As president I would use every tool in our arsenal to compel rigorous Iranian compliance,” Clinton said.

“The message to Iran should be loud and clear: we will never allow you to acquire a nuclear weapon; not just during the term of this agreement – never.”

The former US secretary of state said she was “still studying the details” of the plan but gave it her qualified backing…

Continue reading the full story on The Guardian

READ MORE ON THE IRAN DEAL: 21st Century Wire Iran Files



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