The Real Reason Behind the Iran Nuclear Deal Explained7 min read

The Real Reason Behind the Iran Nuclear Deal Explained

Dear Readers,    

Next week, I am going to be introducing you to what I believe is one of the best opportunities within the gold sector. And it’s likely an idea that you have never heard of.

Today, I want to talk about something very important. A trigger has been pulled this week that will lead to further instability of our global preservation, potentially leading to more wars and conflicts around the world.

This week, the US may have just sent the Middle East spiraling into a major arms race and a state of war.US Strikes Deal With Iran

A couple of months ago, I wrote a letter titled, “Nuclear Arms Race Threatens the World.” It was about the ‘historic’ framework agreement regarding Iran’s nuclear program that was slated to conclude by the end of June 2015.

Earlier this week, Iran and the six leading world powers – China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK and the US – finally signed a comprehensive plan for ending international sanctions against Iran in exchange for putting restrictions on its controversial nuclear program.

The deal reduces the number of Iranian centrifuges by two-thirds, caps uranium enrichment at 3.67 percent, limits stockpiles to 300kg, and places bans on enrichment at key facilities, while limiting uranium research and development at Iran’s main nuclear enrichment facility at Natanz.

In short, Obama’s administration tells us that the deal will hinder Iran’s ability to create nuclear weapons.

Under the new deal, Iran will also have to “generally allow” inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) certain access in perpetuity. No one really knows what “generally allow” really means, but we already know that Iran’s supreme leader has vowed he will not allow international inspection of Iran’s military sites or access to Iranian scientists under any nuclear agreement with world powers.

That means that despite the agreement, which “generally” allows inspections of its nuclear facilities, Iran could easily have other sites (military) capable of producing or assist with the creation of a nuclear weapon. There have also been talks that the inspections under the agreement require prior notification to Iranian authorities; if they prove to be true, Iran could have ample to time to hide whatever it is they don’t want inspected.

While Obama’s administration hails the agreement as a victory, the deal itself may put the Middle East into a major state of war.

Why?

Iran Beefs Up

As I mentioned in the previous letter, “Nuclear Arms Race Threatens the World”:

“If the deal goes through, it won’t necessarily prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, but it would prevent it from either getting one very quickly or clandestinely (in secret).”

What does that mean?

According to the new agreement, the US estimates that the new measures take Iran from being able to assemble its first bomb within 2-3 months to at least one year from now – just in time for a new US president, and out of the responsibility of Obama. Should Iran build a nuclear bomb during this time, of course.

Not only does this “historic” deal not prevent Iran from building nukes, but it gives Iran a very important edge: billions of dollars in revenue.

Via Globe and Mail:

“Lifting sanctions gives “Iran a jackpot, a cash bonanza of hundreds of billions of dollars, which will enable it to continue to pursue its aggression and terror in the region and in the world,” Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who accused the Obama administration of selling out. “When you are willing to make an agreement at any cost, this is the result,” said the Israeli leader who reiterated his threat to take attack Iran if necessary to keep the ruling mullahs from getting nuclear weapons.”

Iran will not only be able to create nukes, but it will have a massive budget to work with very soon. As a matter of fact, its already been spending some of that money.Iran is currently in the process of purchasing an advanced Russian air defense system, and its government has already announced big increases in its defense budget.

Why the heck would the Obama administration allow such a thing?

The Iran Nuclear Deal: A Different Viewpoint 

Let’s go back to a letter I wrote last year, How to Make Millions from War:

“I want to talk about a subject that the media will never cover.

That’s because it involves information that politicians and other “important people” have used in the past to make millions.

And they’re still making millions using that same information. As a matter of fact, they’re making more than ever.

…Over the past years, specific events propelled the values of many stocks. If you knew these events were coming, you too could have benefited from its information.

This is exactly how politicians, lawmakers, and those who are “in the know” make millions.

Benefit from War Profiteering  

You may not like the above subtitle, but its reality.

And since it’s not something people like to hear, the media rarely covers this story.

In my last Letter, I talked about how World War II revitalized the American economy.

I talked about why America is on the same path today.

…Since the 2008 financial crisis, the United States has been the world’s biggest arms dealer, accounting for 29 percent of global arms exports.

… the US has sent billions of dollars worth of arms to countries in the Middle East, such as Egypt and Israel. These countries are surrounded by some of the world’s largest oil resources and coincidently, are also among the biggest recipients of US military aid.

War Creates Jobs

…Weapons transfers do more than just provide “diplomacy”; it provides jobs.

Currently, the United States has 1.3 million active duty military personnel as compared to 770,000 civilian personnel.

The cumulative employees involved in defense*, such as defense contractors, are well over either of those numbers.

The top five defense contractors alone, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics Corp., Raytheon, and Northrop Grumman Corp., combine to provide more than 600,000 jobs.

Now these jobs don’t just come from thin air, or just from taxpayers.

In order to create these jobs, you need conflict. But conflict alone isn’t enough because someone has to pay for these weapons.

So again, its no surprise that the countries with the biggest appetite for US weapons are oil-rich nations in the Middle East…with the money to pay for them.

And where there’s money, there are big corporate profits.

… It’s obvious that you can blame growing global conflicts for the dramatic increase in weapons sales to foreign nations.

But weapons sales to foreign nations don’t just happen. There’s a lot of regulation, and it’s not as easy as one might think.

That is until Obama came along.

While the media has portrayed Obama as a stickman-like peacemaker who is calling for defense budget cuts, he has actually been more ruthless than he makes himself out to be.

Under his administration, sales of weapons to other countries have never been greater.”

With that knowledge, it comes as no surprise that the nuclear agreement has brought about a whole new arms race in the Middle East. No wonder Obama has vowed to veto any attempt by Republicans trying to derail the nuclear deal.

Israel has already told the world that if the agreement goes through, it would likely mean a war is imminent. GOP presidential candidate and Sen. Lindsey Graham has said that the deal is “akin to declaring war on Israel and the Sunni Arabs,” and predicted an arms race.

And while it may seem as if its another political debate between Democrats and Republicans, he may be right.

The battle between Iran and Israel has already been heating up.

Just last year, Iran shot down an Israeli spy drone trying to penetrate the “nuclear off-limits area” of the Natanz nuclear site. And Iran has regularly stated that Israel will shortly be wiped from the face of the Earth.

Via Jerusalem Post:

“Israel will do whatever is necessary to defend the security of the state and its citizens,” Netanyahu said at the weekly cabinet meeting.

“Yesterday we saw the military parade in Tehran and Iran’s exhibition of weapons to the world,” Netanyahu said.

“Every year the missiles are bigger and enhanced – in accuracy, strength and deadliness.

However, one thing does not change. What does not change is the inscription ‘Death to Israel’ on the missiles.”

Let’s also not forget Iran’s other foe, Saudi Arabia. The Saudis have already told the world that should the Iran-nuke deal go through, it too will go and acquire nuclear weapons in preparation.

Fear Not Israel, We’ll Help You

So how do you protect Iran’s enemies if you are the US? Well, you can’t directly help them by launching a direct attack on Iran. But you can sell them weapons.

Just before the deal was signed with Iran, Obama’s administration cut deals for $6 billion worth of weapons to the Middle East.

Via Bloomberg:

“An agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program could create a bonanza for U.S. defense contractors who already are benefiting as the Obama administration tries to assuage Israeli and Gulf Arab concerns by cutting deals for more than $6 billion in military hardware.

…A nuclear agreement is likely to prompt Mideast partners to seek improved defense systems from American contractors such as Boeing Co., Lockheed Martin Corp. and Raytheon Co. as well as weapons-makers in France and elsewhere.

…The administration and Congress in May approved a $1.9 billion arms sale to Israel that analysts said probably was meant to offset Israeli objections to an Iran nuclear agreement. The sale included 3,000 Hellfire anti-armor missiles, 250 AIM-120C Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles, and 50 BLU-113 “bunker-buster” bombs. Among contractors benefiting were Lockheed, General Dynamics Corp., Raytheon and Elwood National Forge.”

So-called analysts say that the administration cut these deals to ease the concerns of Israel regarding the nuclear deal; to deter Iran from striking by beefing up Israel’s defense. Perhaps there is more to the story than the media will have you think. What do you think?

Next week, I am going to give you some very compelling evidence on why a new gold era may be approaching, and give you one idea that has already been taking advantage of this special situation. It may be the middle of summer, but you don’t want to miss this one.

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Seek the Truth,
Ivan Lo

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