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Letter: Obama appeasement weakens US
Published on December 12, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

Obama and Kerry continue to promote an agenda of US appeasement.

Kerry has played a leading role in formulating and implementing an agreement with Iran to temporarily put a limit on Iran’s uranium enrichment program for six months. Iran can continue enriching uranium to 5%. In return Iran gets access to $7 billion in frozen funds, and more importantly, is able to get partial relief from the crippling burden of the economic sanctions.

Although inspectors will be monitoring the temporary agreement, Iran will probably continue a higher grade uranium enrichment program in secret facilities. As the end of the agreement approaches it can stall and hinder negotiations and ask for the continuation of six month temporary agreements until it has the nuclear weapons. Iran cannot be trusted.

While Kerry is appeasing the Iranians, Obama is busy appeasing China’s power play in the East China Sea. China has declared an air defense zone and wants aircraft to notify China if aircraft enter the international air space. Japan has refused to comply with the demand, but the Obama administration has asked US commercial airlines to make the notifications.

The Obama administration continues to weaken our stature in the world through unbridled appeasement.

Donald A. Moskowitz
Londonderry, NH
 
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Comments:

Edward E. Smith:

David,

For the USA to have its commercial air-crafts to notify China when they are or appearing to be violating Chinese air-space, sounds like a very intelligent decision.

Very smart!

It is better to make a simple radio or phone call, have a peace of mind, and do not have to be worrying if Cuba or Castro will not launch a personal attack.

Very smart!

Barrack Obama is definitely not George Bush; and for sure, he sure does not looking like him.

Regards,

EdS


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