The Neocon Case Against The Iran Nuclear Deal – Ron Paul Says It’s One Big Lie!

Why does President Trump listen to Nikki Haley and the neocons when it comes to Iran? Doesn’t he know they are always wrong? Trump has been consistent in his animosity toward Iran and especially the Iran deal, but why? Haley claims that Iran gave up nothing for the deal, but that is just not true. Does Trump think the rest of the world is going to follow the US if the US pulls out of the agreement? Or if the US attacks Iran? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

5 thoughts on “The Neocon Case Against The Iran Nuclear Deal – Ron Paul Says It’s One Big Lie!”

  1. How can these USA “leaders” be allowed to spew their venomous lies in front of the whole world. WW2 was over 70 years ago, a war that the USA helped ‘win”, yet here we are STILL witnessing raw propaganda and lies designed to foment war, BY THE USA! Either Nikki Haley is the dumbest person I have ever seen or she is the biggest liar. The problem with the world since WW2 is that the USA is apparently shielded from war crimes, which totally counteracts the reasons for WW2 in the first place- not allowing a pariah nation to unilaterally violate the rest of the world! If I had known Trump would allow such warmongering o0n his watch, I would have NEVER voted for him.

  2. A long time ago, when leaders of a country wanted to attack another country. The leaders of that country were obligated to put their battle armour on and lead their troops into battle against their proclaimed enemy. That is something we should adopt here in modern times. Can you imagine Slick Oily (Barack Obama) and Donald Trump as a tag team against Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin, or Nikki Haley and Hillary Clinton against Muammar Qaddafi and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani, or Bush I and II against Saddam Hussein. Forget Sunday night football, and cage matches, this would be the most popular thing on TV. At least in the blood soaked United States it would be.

    1. By the year 1600 that had already changed significantly although there still were later exceptions such as a King of Sweden and our Washington.

  3. I am convinced WW2 was the worst thing that ever happened to this country. The decision to involve ourselves in that war is rarely challenged and most American’s view it as “the great war”. The aftermath of WW2 led to many of the conflicts we are involved in around the world today. “Be careful how you treat people on the way up, you just might meet them again on the way down”

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