January 07, 2016

SHOCK: The same U.S. negotiator on the failed North Korean nuke deal is Obama's lead negotiator with Iran

Rebel Staff
 

So this week North Korea detonated their fourth nuclear bomb, in a test.

(NOTE: The video now plays properly! Sorry for the inconvenience.)

This wasn’t supposed to happen.

Under Bill Clinton, the U.S. Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, negotiated with North Korea to get them to abandon their nuclear weapons program.

It wasn’t even a binding executive agreement, but it normalized North Korea and ended its status as a pariah state.

Then Clinton gave billions of dollars worth of concessions to North Korea, including millions of barrels of oil a year.

Not surprisingly, North Korea broke it a few years later, in 1998, sending missiles over Japan.

Who knows how many more nukes they have. If Iran offered them a billion dollars, or five billion dollars, for one, do you doubt they’d sell it?

Iran is pretty much following North Korea’s plan to a T, aren’t they?

Negotiating a non-treaty treaty, non-binding, not reviewed by the U.S. Senate, they get tons of cash and don’t really have to give up their nukes.

America's chief Iran negotiator was Wendy Sherman. Guess what? If you look at pictures of Madeleine Albright in the meeting room in North Korea, who's sitting next to her but... Wendy Sherman.

She’s not even a professional diplomat — she’s a social worker!

North Korea's nuke has Wendy Sherman’s name on it, the Democratic Party’s name on it, Hillary Clinton’s name on it

And the same team — Sherman, and Hillary Clinton, and their old friend John Kerry, are now working hard to get Iran a nuke, too.


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commented 2016-01-07 21:11:24 -0500
Wendy Sherman lives in la la land. I have news for her and Carey, no American, ‘wants’ to go to war. We know all too well that the Vietnam war traumatized Carey. That they think they can reason with dictators and make binding deals with them tells it all, and the West is indeed in trouble with the likes of this bunch at the helm.

North Korea just might surprise us someday. They have the tools.
commented 2016-01-07 20:08:10 -0500
MARK MACFADZEN commented
“negotiating with the west: Talk about rainbows and unicorns, shed a tear, be emotionally attached to their plan…sign…say thank you with a hug and smile…then go about your original plans…the flower children of the 60’s now run the show…. and when it turns bad guess who they will run to fix it, hopefully there will be enough to help…”

It would be funny if it wasn’t so unbelievably insulting, the way they think that we’ll swallow anything they say. What a bunch of pretenders. They are intentionally destroying our way of life for their own agenda. I truly miss PM Harper’s leadership, at least he didn’t govern like he was on steroids.
commented 2016-01-07 19:46:16 -0500
negotiating with the west: Talk about rainbows and unicorns, shed a tear, be emotionally attached to their plan…sign…say thank you with a hug and smile…then go about your original plans…the flower children of the 60’s now run the show…. and when it turns bad guess who they will run to fix it, hopefully there will be enough to help…
commented 2016-01-07 18:44:50 -0500
All these crazy little war warmongering shits want to get their hands on an Atomic BOMB. They think that it will get them Respect on the World Stage ,as they pretty much figure that everyone will submit to their idiocy rather than DIE . Guess again!
commented 2016-01-07 18:23:56 -0500
“Fears of North Korea are overblown. And just who are the north koreans going to drop a bomb on, and for what reason? "
well first off I’d check with South Korea and Japan on that one. But then you don’t live there do you? That makes it unimportant to yo., There is an English expression for that ’it’s OK I’m bombproof mate.’
commented 2016-01-07 18:16:58 -0500
Such short memories….there were eight years of Republican presidency after any deals made by Clinton so Bush is just as much to blame. Bush spent his whole terms waging wars against the wrong countries and Obama has spent all of his time trying to fix them when they could have been working on ways to stop the insane madmen running North Korea.
commented 2016-01-07 18:12:30 -0500
Fears of North Korea are overblown. And just who are the north koreans going to drop a bomb on, and for what reason?
commented 2016-01-07 17:50:15 -0500
Maybe we should just send all of Justin’s Muslim friends to N Korea, come to think of it, we should send Justin also. Could kill a few birds with one stone if we did.
commented 2016-01-07 15:29:23 -0500
The White House is still refusing to acknowledge that N. Korea tested a “hydrogen” bomb. They are still collecting data. Even though N. Korea, itself, has announced it did the test, that is not “good” enough for Obama. As Chretien said: “A proof is a proof. What kind of a proof? It’s a proof. A proof is a proof. And when you have a good proof, it’s because it’s proven.” Do great minds think alike or what?
To acknowledge this would be a black mark against the Democratic government regime of the past few years. It would not bode well with Hillary’s political campaign. So, it is deny, deny, deny.
The world should be afraid of the aggression being shown by N. Korea, Iran, Syria, Russia, etc. I wonder where the hands of the “Doomsday Clock” are now. It was at 23:57, but I imagine it has moved closer to 12:00.
commented 2016-01-07 14:32:08 -0500
I don’t know if others have encountered this problem; but for me, the audio portion of this clip froze shortly after Mr. Levant started critiquing Wendy Sherman’s speech. I reloaded the page but the glitch continued at the same place. Perhaps The Rebel’s staff should re-upload this clip after making sure this problem isn’t embedded in it.
Peter Neville
commented 2016-01-07 14:09:32 -0500
Quite frankly I fully expect a nuke to be used in the mid east within the next 5 – 10 years.

Sooner if things get out of hand – and it appears they are getting that way.

And most of the blame will fall on hussein who will soon be out of the white house unless he creates a marshal law scenario and suspends the next election

Do not be surprised if it happens

It is now a major worry to many in the US of A