In what was a stunning rebuke to U.S. President Barack Obama’s claim that “Every pathway to a [Iranian] nuclear weapon is cut off,” today Israel U.N. Ambassador Ron Prosor flatly contradicted Obama and stated, “This agreement grants Iran not one, but two paths to the bomb. Iran can get the bomb by cheating, or it can get the bomb by keeping the deal for 10 years, and then assembling it immediately. And 10 years go by in the blink of an eye.”
Prosor leveled the explicit contradiction of Obama’s claim in what is now Prosor’s standard masterful attack on the United Nations’ mollycoddling the war criminals of Hamas, while at the same time applying impossible and hypocritical double standards to Israel trying to defend itself.
Ambassador Prosor saved his methodical dissection of Obama’s Iran Nuke for the last part of his speech. Prosor explained that there are four major flaws in the Iran Nuke deal:
- “Under the terms of the agreement, Iran may continue significant enrichment that is not needed for civilian use, and continue R and D on advanced centrifuges that will significantly reduce the break-out time to a bomb.”
- “Under the terms of the agreement, enforcement is largely dependent on Iran's goodwill. Inspections are not "anywhere, anytime." The deal gives Iran the ability to delay inspections of undeclared sites for 24 days — enough time to hide a smoking gun.”
- “Under the terms of the agreement, there are not sufficient limitations on Iran's weaponization activities. Iran already has the enrichment capability to produce a bomb. It also has the suitable delivery means. Without limitations on weaponization, the way is paved for Iran to assemble a bomb.”
- “Now, in the summer of 2015, the countdown to Iran becoming a threshold nuclear state has begun. In five years, the embargo against conventional weapons will end, in eight years, they can acquire missile technology, in 10 years, unlimited centrifuges.”
Prosor concluded, “This is not disarmament, this is a timetable for Iran to build nuclear weapons. And, in making this deal with Iran is yet another example of the world failing to see reality as it is.”
And, he ominously warned, “In future years, the consequences of this mistake will become clear to all. Instead of working towards a solution in our region, this agreement has strengthened the source of the problem. This agreement has given the source of the problem-Iran-the money to carry out its destructive ideology.”
After every Prosor speech, one is caught thinking to oneself, “Prosor can’t top this one!” And, sure enough, the next Prosor speech is even better the previous.
Mark Langfan is an Arutz Sheva contributor who specializes in security issues. He is chairman of Americans for a Safe Israel, is a senior fellow of the London Center, and is the Arutz Sheva correspondent to the United Nations. For more of his reports, Go Here Now.
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