Senate Bill S.1881
Written Jan 15
You have been asked co sponsor, what is your motive in this Senate bill 1881 that the media with its limited coverage and American should know? This nation and others came to an agreement in Geneva late last year; do you not stand by your nation’s agreement to take affect shortly or is the Legislative body of this nation circumventing the executive branch? Any new sanctions would void the agreement and you senators know this. Menendez have you been compromised and now lead others astray?
The voice of the Almighty speaks to the world, “Do not be fooled by the actions of men and women given the right to lead your nations by your vote. Many serve another instead of the will of the people. You are being asked to look at their statements, not if, but when Israel attacks Iran a nuclear program in its infancy, this will create war to where this war shall affect your country and millions will die. This is the plan. All want solvency with Israel, but would you sacrifice your nation, your children, and your lives in a nuclear war to protect aggression on an assumption?”
Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons made in the good old USA. Only a fool would attack hoping for one blow that would take out a nation. A primordial weapon would impact a small area if it can be delivered. A nuclear weapon in its crude form if developed would have been delivered by a plane for their missiles could not lift the weapon off the pad due to its weight nor would it have the accuracy. The best scientists made the initial weapon in the US in the forties. Look at the pictures and ask how long did it take to reduce the total mass of the bomb in order for it to be carried by a missile which Iran has limited capabilities and can be detected and shot out of the sky. You in the Senate Intelligence Committee have been told the US has real time satellites that can detect nuclear weapons on the ground from space including suitcase nukes. You say it can be incased in lead, but how would you lift the added weight? Any radioactive material can be detected from space as soon as it is on the ground. This is a fact. There is zero mission success against Israel and yet you are will to go to war if their leaders decide to attack to eliminate a foe for “other reasons”. Do you really think the Bear and the Dragon will stand idly by? Does not China need oil and you just took out its strategic supply. What would be the collateral results? Ask, if the US was attacked would Israel if offered survival, risk there nation in a no win situation for this nation? Nuclear war for any reason is a no win solution.
Your vote considered or excised on this issue will affect the future of our nation, for if war starts in the Middle East due to your lack of understanding of the ripple effect, then you may bear the responsibility for the loss of life and souls. You never let another country dictate when or if we go to war and this goes for the House. Vote for it and consider you have crossed the line as your best interest is for another and not the consequences that may affect this great nation.
Examine your conscience instead of politics and for once do what is best for this nation. This is why you were elected. This is about country. For once stand up for this country and know that this agreement may or will compromise our nation’s security. A plan has been laid senators who answer to another will you follow?
To the American People look at what your senator has put forth for a vote without consulting you.
Research Library of Congress
Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act of 2013 (Placed on Calendar Senate - PCS)
(a) Findings- Congress makes the following findings:
(1) The Government of Iran continues to expand the nuclear and missile programs of Iran in violation of multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions.
(2) The Government of Iran has a decades-long track record of violating commitments regarding the nuclear program of Iran and has used diplomatic negotiations as a subterfuge to advance its nuclear weapons program.
(3) Iran remains the world's foremost state sponsor of terrorism, having directed, supported, and financed acts of terrorism against the United States and its allies that have resulted in the thousands of deaths, including the deaths of United States citizens and members of the Armed Forces of the United States.
(4) The Government of Iran and its terrorist proxies, particularly Lebanese Hezbollah, continue to provide military and financial support to the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria, aiding that regime in the mass killing of the people of Syria.
(5) The Government of Iran continues to sow instability in the Middle East and threaten its neighbors, including allies of the United States, such as Israel.
(6) The Government of Iran denies its people fundamental freedoms, including freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and freedom of conscience.
(7) Strict sanctions on Iran, imposed by the United States and the international community, are responsible for bringing Iran to the negotiating table.
(8) President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has in the past admitted to using diplomatic negotiations to buy time for Iran to make nuclear advances.
(9) Based on Iran's current stockpile of uranium enriched to 3.5 percent and 20 percent and its current centrifuge capacity, Iran could produce a sufficient quantity of weapons-grade uranium for a bomb in one to 2 months' time.
(10) If the Government of Iran commences the operation of its heavy water reactor in Arak, it could establish an alternate pathway to a nuclear weapon through the production of plutonium.
(11) As of the date of the enactment of this Act, 19 countries access nuclear energy for peaceful purposes without conducting any enrichment or reprocessing activities within those countries.
(12) The Government of Iran could likewise access nuclear energy for peaceful purposes without conducting any enrichment or reprocessing activities within Iran.
(b) Sense of Congress- It is the sense of Congress that--
(1) the Government of Iran must not be allowed to develop or maintain nuclear weapon capabilities;
(2) all instruments of power and influence of the United States should remain on the table to prevent the Government of Iran from developing nuclear weapon capabilities;
(3) the Government of Iran does not have an absolute or inherent right to enrichment and reprocessing capabilities and technologies under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, done at Washington, London, and Moscow July 1, 1968, and entered into force March 5, 1970 (commonly known as the `Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty');
(4) the imposition of sanctions under this Act, including sanctions on exports of petroleum from Iran, is triggered by violations by Iran of any interim or final agreement regarding its nuclear program, failure to reach a final agreement in a discernible time frame, or the breach of other conditions described in section 301;
(5) if the Government of Israel is compelled to take military action in legitimate self-defense against Iran's nuclear weapon program, the United States Government should stand with Israel and provide, in accordance with the law of the United States and the constitutional responsibility of Congress to authorize the use of military force, diplomatic, military, and economic support to the Government of Israel in its defense of its territory, people, and existence;
(6) the United States should continue to impose sanctions on the Government of Iran and its terrorist proxies for their continuing sponsorship of terrorism; and
(7) the United States should continue to impose sanctions on the Government of Iran for--
(A) its ongoing abuses of human rights; and
(B) its actions in support of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
These are the words written by a Senator, need I say more?
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