Written by Candace Hardin on October 20, 2015

The plan to give Iran the autonomy to govern itself on the nuclear issue has been signed. The American people are expected to swallow the deal along with seven other countries who were involved in the negotiations.

Somehow, everyone is supposed to believe that Iran will use nuclear power for peaceful reasons only. Even though the news has almost daily reports of Iranian protesters who call for “death to Americans” and for the destruction of Israel.

The religion-based government in Iran have proclaimed victory over America. They give the impression that we and others, folded and gave in to their demands.

So much is this claim that Iran has written their own nuclear pact that outlines their plan to disarm Israel.

Iran has long been known to back terrorist organizations.

Israel has been experiencing multiple terrorist attacks on a very personal, on-the-ground level, of terrorists stabbing and attempting to kill Israeli citizens.

Much of this comes from Palestinian front, with their usual complaint of how Israel is such a bad neighbor.

The press portrays Israel as out of line every time they try to defend themselves.

The Palestinians are even trying to get Israel thrown out of FIFA [Fédération Internationale de Football Association], because according to their complaint, Israel restricts their movements and chances for play.

They have since withdrawn their complaint, but someone might need to call the Wahhh-m-bulance.

Given the current administration and their liberal minion’s tendency to bend over backward for every country in the Middle East, except the only free and democratic county in the area that happens to be our own ally, it stands to reason that it is a free-for-all with this nuclear agreement.

Given the historic animosity the Iranians hold for the United States and Israel, it would seem prudent to be a little more exacting in allowing this country to have relaxed sanctions and the ability to govern its own path to nuclear power.


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Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on and has a blog, Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.