In some good news, the US Congress has passed a resolution
declaring that Obama broke US laws with the way he handled the faustian pact with Iran by not giving them proper access to the details of the agreement:
The House of Representatives is taking action against the Obama administration for failing to provide the texts of the side agreements between the IAEA and Iran, which is required under the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015.
Just two hours after the Senate moved to block a resolution of disapproval of the Iran nuclear deal, the House passed Resolution 411 by a vote of 245-186.
Members of Congress have expressed concern that they have not been allowed to see the text of the agreements between the IAEA and Iran governing the protocols for nuclear inspections.
Indeed, the Obama administration itself has not seen these agreements, and is only aware of their general content. Some concerning details have emerged, such as that Iran will be responsible for collecting soil samples for testing by the IAEA. At the same time, Iranian leaders have been emphatic that they will not give inspectors access to conventional military sites where nuclear activity is suspected of taking place.
Very interesting! So even Obama's own administration is just leading a slapdash, half-hearted attempt to get something recorded for the sake of a place in history, no matter how it's seen as by future generations. Here's a video
of Rep. Peter Roksam's discussion of the issue. Already, it's clear that this is one of the most deliberately ignorant deals ever made in history.
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