Letter to John Kerry #2

U.S. Department of State

2201 C Street NW

Washington, D.C.  20520

Attn: Secretary of State John Kerry

 March 9, 2015

 Mr. Secretary:

Let’s begin by assessing your skills as a negotiator.  To date, the only successful negotiations you have ever been a party to consist of you talking 2 rich women into marrying you.  An admittedly impressive feat, but I would postulate that this skill-set does not necessarily translate into you being able to save the world from a nuclear holocaust.  The word on the streets is that the Iranians are handing you your ass on a daily basis as you negotiate a timetable for them to obtain nuclear weapons.  Yes, I said a timetable for them to obtain nuclear weapons.  You and the Obama administration are so desperate to cut any kind of deal with Iran; there is no longer any doubt that they will be able to develop nuclear weapons.  The only question now is how soon.

Your first mistake in this doomed venture is negotiating with a rogue regime that’s the chief funding source for terrorism around the world.  Your second mistake is treating the Iranian government as honest brokers when they shout “Death to America” while clearly stating their goal of exterminating the State of Israel.  Your third mistake is drinking the Kool-Aid of an amateurish administration that is clearly over its head when it comes to managing foreign affairs; or frankly, managing anything more complicated than a golf outing.

Mr. Secretary, my primary focus in life is ending abortion and protecting children.  Trying to talk an inept administration out of stumbling into a nuclear pact with a Muslim extremist State, determined to kill hundreds of millions of people, necessarily dovetails into my mission.  We have no foundation of trust or any means to verify compliance by Iran with any deal you may broker.  You are dealing with a regime that has everything to gain and nothing to lose.  When one party in a negotiation is willing to promise anything as a means to its ends, with no intentions of honoring any of its promises, the party across the table losses, and loses badly.

National Security Advisor Susan Rice says we can’t make Iran unlearn what they know about producing nuclear weapons.  She’s right, so does that mean we just let them do it as long as they agree to tell us when they’ve finally produced them?   What is the upside to providing a path to nuclear weapons to a nation that no one trusts, and then watching as the rest of the Arab world develops their own nuclear weapons in order to defend themselves against an apocalyptic State awaiting the 12th Imam?

Mr. Secretary, a Middle East arms race instigated by a nation like Iran cannot be spun into a diplomatic victory for America or the world.  A nuclear Iran will endanger us all and must not be allowed to happen.  Walk away, impose crippling economic sanctions, and support regime change.  If none of the above works, give Israel the green light and watch how principled leaders defend their nations against clear and present dangers from lunatic regimes.

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

One thought on “Letter to John Kerry #2

  1. Reblogged this on Pro Life Pop Pop and commented:

    Most of my work on this blog is focused on ending the practice of abortion. Occasionally, I veer off course to call out inept politicians, especially when they perform particularly egregious acts of stupidity. The following letter, written a year ago today, was one of those occasions. When I wrote this letter, John Kerry was in the middle of negotiations with the terrorist State of Iran on the now infamous Iran nuclear deal.
    The whole world knows that Iran was cheating during negotiations and continues to cheat after the Obama administration gave them everything they wanted. Just today, Iran test launched two ballistic missiles. Inscribed on the side of both missiles was “Israel should be wiped from the pages of history.” In a couple days they’ll undoubtedly receive a strongly worded letter from the U.N. Good job Mr. Secretary!

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