Iran Nuclear Deal Falls On Its Arse – Yes, That Was Predicted

The timing of politics and world events is often too canny for me. Here we are in the middle of a Presidential Election 2016, less than 100-days away. President Obama is standing on his record and claiming a robust legacy, achievements. Amongst other things, the economy, ObamaCare and the Iranian Nuclear Deal – and while wallowing in this stated success; President Obama says; vote for Hillary and she will continue our work – chanting 4-more years. Okay but, the main points of the Obama Administration appear to be falling apart. Let’s take the one about the Iran Nuke Deal.

You see, The New York Times had an interesting article on August 1, 2016 titled; “Iran’s Top Leader Distances Himself from Nuclear Pact, Which He Once Supported,” by Rick Gladstone. The article stated:

“Iran’s top leader distanced himself on Monday from the nuclear agreement reached with major powers a year ago, accusing the United States of failing to honor pledges in the accord and citing ‘the futility of negotiations with the Americans.’ In blunt remarks prominently featured in Iran’s state news media, the senior leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said the talks that led to the nuclear agreement in July 2015 should be regarded as an instructive lesson on the dangers posed by interactions with governments he regards as enemies. The Ayatollah has the final word on Iran’s national security and other vital issues, did not suggest that he wanted to abandon the agreement, which took effect in January and sharply limited Iran’s nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of many Western economic sanctions.”

What happened Obama? What a complete farce and the Obama Administration lists the Nuclear Agreement w/Iran and ObamaCare as their two top achievements – along with the economy which had the worst economic recovery since 1949. All is not quite as pretty as the Democrats would have us believe, none of their policies have resulted in positive outcomes, and now they want 4-more years of leadership – and have anointed Hillary Clinton as Queen Bee? Well, I am not so sure that is a prudent choice in hindsight of the last eight years.

The worst thing about all this – is that once Iran has a nuclear weapon – we automatically enter the age of “nuclear terrorism”. You see, even if the terrorists don’t have a nuke, the chance that they might allows them to use that fear to propel their agenda and since Iran is known to sponsor terrorist groups – Houston – we now have a problem and the solution isn’t four more years of attempting to “win hearts and minds” and engage is fakery and hollow nuclear agreements with anyone.

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Constantine Gouged Out Eyes, Tortured, and Beheaded People to Force Acceptance of Catholicism

He established the Catholic Church in 325 AD, a year after he ordered the death of his eldest son, Crispus, whom he had previously made a Caesar to help him defeat Licinius. His goal was sole emperor and to do it he had a plan in mind which involved removing all opposition. He killed off at least 2 other Caesars to do it and all of their family members, including his own nieces, nephews, and sisters.

In fulfilment of it he established the Vatican as a parliament of bishops to whom he gave power over life and death and they answered only to him. He remained Ponficate Maximus until his death and stories of his acceptance of Christianity are false. He invented Jesus Christ (Revelation 13:15) and he is 666 (ibid 13:18).

His edicts have survived and they demonstrate that he ordered people tortured to force their conversion to his religion. Some had their eyes gouged out by swords and the wounds sealed with red-hot pokers, others were sent to the salt mines, and still others saw their babies dashed to pieces in front of their eyes, while still others were beheaded or otherwise murdered.

Many had their hamstrings cut and it was common practice to hack off the breasts of women for being too attractive. Does this sound familiar? It should because Constantine and the Romans were of the Amor of Babylon and they were all ISLAMIC.

‘Amor’ reversed is ‘Roma’ and as the Romans their previous history was successfully covered over by the Vatican to prevent their roots from being discovered. Following my reincarnation and with a song link to the Spirit of the Universe, the only real God, it commissioned me to unearth these roots and display the trickery, mysteries, and magic of Babylon in modern Christian religions.

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Happy 51st Birthday Singapore! Here Are 51 Reasons To Love Singapore

Come 9 August 2016, Singapore will be celebrating its 51st birthday. It is therefore appropriate that I dedicate my 51st article on Ezine Articles to honor the nation for all its accomplishments.

Here are 51 reasons why you should love Singapore:

Singapore Changi Airport: Consistently voted the best airport in the world.
Singapore Airlines: Consistently voted as the top-3 best airline in the world.
Well-Organized Transport System: Very efficient system of trains and buses the covers the entire city. Train arrives every 2 to 5 minutes on average.
Robust Education System: Students consistently rank among the top in the world for the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
Top Universities: The National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are ranked Top 20 in the world.
Clean Water: You can drink water from the tap!
Clean Environment: Clean and fresh air all year-round (except when the haze arrives). The streets are also clean.
Well-Organized City: City development are well-organized, and housing estates are well-managed by Town Councils.
Community Clubs: With 108 community clubs spread island-wide, community clubs are a unique social invention of Singapore. Learn skills and mingle with fellow citizens through programs organized by these community clubs.
Best Passport In The World: The World Tourism Organization (WTO) published a report on 15 January 2016, ranking the Singaporean passport first in the world (tied with Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom) in terms of travel freedom, with a mobility index of 160
Bilingualism: Singaporeans are required to learn both their mother tongue and the English Language.
Singlish: With the ‘Lor’, ‘Lah’ and ‘Shiok’, Singlish is a unique feature of Singapore!
Multi-Cultural Society: 4 major races (Chinese, Malays, Indians, and Eurasians) with foreigners from all over the world live on this sunny island in harmony.
Religious Harmony: No fights against each major religion in Singapore. Cheers to peace!
Public Housing: 90% of Singaporeans own their own homes.
The Merlion: A mythical animal as a hybrid between a Lion head and the fish tail, the Merlion remains our mascot.
Great Food: Enjoy Chinese, Malay, Indian, Western, Japanese, Korean, Middle Eastern and other cuisines from all over the world.
Sentosa: It has Singapore’s man-made Siloso Beach, and the Universal Studios theme park.
Singapore Sling: The iconic drink invented in the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel is now found in the menu of bars and pubs all over the world.
Taxi: With close to 30,000 official taxis servicing a population of fewer than 5.5 million people, it is easier to get a taxi then you think.
Lee Kuan Yew: The founding father of Singapore who steered the country to what it is today.
National Libraries: With 29 regional and public libraries spread across the island, the national libraries bring books of joy to children, and provide a place to study for students.
Night Safari: Singapore’s Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal safari park. It showcases more than 2,500 animals in their natural nighttime habitats.
Gardens By The Bay: Step inside the world’s largest column-less greenhouse to view exotic plants from around the world.
Esplanade: A concert hall shaped like a durian fruit.
Top Restaurants: Top chefs such as Joel Robuchon, Daniel Boulud and Mario Batali, Gordon Ramsay has opened his first restaurant here, Jamie Oliver his second and Wolfgang Puck his first Spago in Asia.
Hawker Centres: Cheap and affordable delicacies at your doorstep!
The world’s highest and largest rooftop pool: The view from Marina Bay Sands’ world’s highest 495-foot rooftop pool is truly magnificent!
Haw Par Villa: We have the world’s scariest theme park. The 1,000-plus statue theme park built in 1937 depicts a walk through the 18 levels of hell according to Chinese folklore.
Botanic Gardens: Recently recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Colonial Architecture: Buildings like the Fullerton Hotel, the Victoria Concert Hall and the Old Supreme Court brings history to life!
The world’s safest banks: Singapore’s local banks are often recognised as among the world’s safest banks with strong credit ratings.
Singapore Formula 1 Night Race: One of the crown jewels of the F1 calendar.
Campaigns: We have a series of government-led campaign for almost anything important. Be Courteous, Speak English, Speak Mandarin, Stop Dengue, Save Water, Stop Littering, Be Kind, Don’t Spit, Stop At Two.
‘Fine’ City: A pun that appropriately describes the fine aspects of our city-state, and the plethora of fines that exist.
The Little Red Dot: We love how we turned an insult into a national pride!
Many Running Spots: With pavements interwoven within housing estates, coupled with nature reserves, reservoirs and parks, Singapore has many running spots all around the island.
Competitive Races: There are more than 100 races organized every year. These races include marathons, half-marathons, 10km races, 5km races, triathlon, bike races and family runs, enough to keep you busy running around all year-round!
Toastmasters Clubs: With more than 200 Toastmasters Clubs spread across this tiny island, you will have ample opportunities to develop your public speaking and leadership skills!
Strong Government and Civil Service: The government is recognised as transparent and uncorrupted, and the civil service sector is well-managed.
Easiest Place To Do Business: Recognised by the World Bank as the easiest place to do business for ten consecutive years.
Technological Capabilities: Recognised by the World Economic Forum as the Most Technology-Ready Nation.
Competitiveness: Recognised as the second most competitive country in the world by the World Economic Forum.
Foreign Exchange: Singapore is the third largest foreign exchange centre in the world
Financial Hub: Singapore is the third largest financial centre in the world.
Oil Refinery: Singapore is the third largest oil refining and trading centre in the world.
Container Ports: Recognised as one of the top two busiest container ports in the world since the 1990s.
Strong Credit Rating: For the past 10 years, Singapore has been the only Asian country with the top Triple-A sovereign rating from all major credit rating agencies.
High Per Capita GDP: Singapore GDP Per Capita is one of the highest in the world.
Walking Speed: We have the fastest average walking speed in the world, a testament to our hectic lifestyle.
Citizens: The citizens and residents of past, present and future, who made our country the way we are today. You are in this list!

51 reasons to celebrate 51 years of independence. Majulah Singapura!

About The Author

Kwan Hong helps professionals, business executives and youths gain rapid mastery in communication skills, personal peak performance and career growth. He has delivered impactful workshops and facilitated seminars in public speaking, communication skills, leadership, personal peak performance, entrepreneurship and business development. He has synthesized knowledge from 8 Degrees and Diplomas, from over 100 certifications and from 1000 books to bring his clients the best tips, tricks and techniques for personal success.

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