Kerry Promises Israel, Saudis Money In Wake of Iran Nuclear Deal
Just how bad is Barack Obama’s Nuclear Treaty with Iran? It is so bad that the Obama administration is willing to spend billions and billions of dollars for “military equipment packages” for Israel and the Saudi kingdom if they will “just go along” with the proposed Iranian treaty. That hideous screeching sound you are hearing right now is the ghost of Neville Chamberlain laughing hysterically. And if that wasn’t the worst of it, John Kerry freely admits that the Obama deal will give Iran unprecedented power to conduct terror attacks around the globe. They admit that. Achtung, and welcome to 1938. We’ve been expecting you.
John Kerry admits that, despite the deal, Iran will continue to back terrorist groups across the globe and promises to boost military support and funding to Israel and Gulf states such as Saudi Arabia, according to a copy of the letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Israel, for instance, will be the first country in the region to get a U.S.-made next-generation F-35 fighter aircraft in 2016. An additional $3 billion in U.S. aid also will go to secure Israel’s missile defense programs, such as the Iron Dome system. The administration also stands ready “to enhance” funding to next-generation missile defense systems, such as Arrow-3 and David’s Sling.
The administration, Kerry writes, recently “offered Israel a $1.89 billion munitions resupply package that will replenish Israel’s inventories and will ensure its long-term continued access to sophisticated, state of the art precision guided munitions.”
The administration will additionally work to secure a new 10-year “Memorandum of Understanding” with the Jewish state that “would cement for the next decade our unprecedented levels of military assistance,” Kerry writes.
Kerry also proposes to collaborate with Israel on “tunnel detection and mapping technologies to provide Israel new capabilities to detect and destroy [terrorist] tunnels before the could be used to threaten Israeli civilians.”
President Barack Obama has further proposed to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the two governments “begin the process aimed a further strengthening our efforts to confront conventional and asymmetric threats.”