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Ken’s Thoughts of the Week: To negotiate or not to negotiate, that is the question!

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By Ken Abramowitz, founder and president, SaveTheWest.com

The US government is negotiating with North Korea now, and might negotiate with Iran in the future. Is this a good idea or a bad idea?

Relative to North Korea, negotiations are good. North Korea seems to have gotten the message that it better curb or end its nuclear program, due to American military power and/or Chinese/Russian sanction pressure.

In any case, North Korea seems to be willing to make the choice of jettisoning its nuclear program in return for worldwide economic normalization and US economic aid. So far, so good.

These negotiations may succeed or fail, but it is a good bet to try.

However, negotiations with Iran are a different case:

  • Iran has promised to take over the world
  • Iran has promised to kill everyone in the US and Israel
  • Iran is run by a fanatical political Islamic criminal organization
  • Iran supports a worldwide organization of over 400,000 physical, narco, and cultural terrorists in the Middle East and Africa and Latin America

Here, for example, is Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei on March 23, 2015, leading hundreds of thousands of citizens in public chants of “Death To America!”  Keep in mind that this occurred at the climax of Iran’s “negotiating” the terms of the nuclear weapons “deal” with President Obama, the purpose of which was allegedly to stop its quest for such WMDs, and the means to deliver them — yet only now are we starting to realize how badly we were misled:

Iran has not been defeated yet, and still believes that it can succeed, under the Russian and Chinese umbrellas.

Therefore, Iran is not ready for negotiations. They have not yet been defeated. The U.S. must now focus on defeating them through regime change, which should be possible, as 80-90% of the population hates the criminal organization that runs the country.

If regime change does not happen in Iran over the next 12 months, we should call upon the US Air Force to blow up the key 20-40 nuclear weapons sites in the country. We should use our economic sanctions to bankrupt the country until it lacks the resources to finance its worldwide terror organization.

Iran will never make such changes through negotiations. Therefore there is no sense in trying.

Regime change is our only choice, not regime negotiations!

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