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President Trump's Open Letter; From Jean-Marc LeBouquin


President Trump's Open Letter; From Jean-Marc LeBouquin

Congressional adherents to Obama's "Iran nuclear deal" so far have failed to comment on the activities of the Procurement Working Group established under United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231 – commonly known as the "Iran nuclear deal." This is the deal primarily invented by Barack Obama in collusion with the Ministers of the Government of Iran. Leading Democratic Party Senator, Diane Feinstein, one major acolyte of Obama's "Iran nuclear deal;" has proclaimed that: "The Iran nuclear agreement is the strongest nonproliferation agreement ever negotiated. It blocks Iran from ever obtaining a nuclear weapon…" Senator Feinstein never attempts to reconcile her assertion with the fact, published by the United Nations itself, that the Procurement Working Group openly solicits, in its document: "Information on the Procurement Channel;" the Procurement Working Group openly solicits and sponsors vendors world-wide to submit sales offers to Iran; these combining nuclear weapons associated assets with ballistic missile associated assets. That the Procurement Working Group, on an ongoing basis regularly expedites and approves of these sales offers to Iran of nuclear weapons and ballistic weapons associated assets – and this is also published openly by the United Nations. And the Procurement Working Group also, in the exercise of the adventure – prohibits the International Atomic Energy Agency from verifying that these Iranian procurements are not being diverted to the development of Iranian nuclear weapons capacity – this in egregious violation of treaty... None of this is secret – it's all officially published by the United Nations and out in the open, as this writing shows. What is super secret sensitive and undisclosed is how acolytes of Obama's "Iran nuclear deal;" would like to publicly reveal their personal reconciliation with the self-evident weapons exchanges and their public claims such as that of Senator Feinstein: that this deal, expediting sales offers to Iran of nuclear weapons and ballistic weapons associated assets, will guarantee that the deal "blocks Iran from ever obtaining a nuclear weapon." Feinstein and the other acolyte partisans of the plan also never mention that, under the deal, Iran has been allowed, since 16 January 2016, to engage in United Nations defined and stipulated "…activities which could contribute to the design and development of a nuclear explosive device:" The only thing that the acolytes of arguments favoring Obama's Iran nuclear deal is their hope that people won't know where to look for the information, and won't read it. Once the American People find out where it is and start reading – Feinstein and the other proponents of the "deal" suddenly have nothing to brag about. The thing has gone too far, and the only way to stop and reverse the damage is a meditation to the International Court of Justice. The only one in this country who will be recognized by the Court as competent to bring petition for redress and remedy to the Court on behalf of the United States, is the President of the United States – for reasons which will be explained. The current President has the option to gather an association of States, all deeply concerned about the menace of Resolution 2231; that this fellowship may approach the Court in seeking a halt to this menacing Security Council resolution currently being acted upon by France, Germany, Russia, Iran, China and the U.K. The minority partisans in Congress still in favor of the ongoing sales to Iran of combined nuclear weapons associated assets with ballistic missile associated assets; even if they dared try; couldn't obstruct the President from actively implementing an international appeal for redress and relief to the Court – this for reasons which will also be explained. That's what this open letter to the President is about.

  • Author: Jean-Marc Lebouquin
  • Published: 2018-08-09 05:05:05
  • Words: 9463
President Trump's Open Letter; From Jean-Marc LeBouquin President Trump's Open Letter; From Jean-Marc LeBouquin