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Failure in talks, no surprise

““This failure was predictable,” Yuval Steinitz, Israel’s minister of strategic affairs, said in a statement. “Israel has already warned that the Iranians are exploiting the talks in order to play for time while making additional progress in enriching uranium for an atomic bomb.” He added, “The time has come for the world to take a more assertive stand and make it unequivocally clear to the Iranians that the negotiations games have run their course.”

Full NYT story here.

2 cents: What we have been told is the O will not exercise military options against the Iranian government’s nuclear manufacturing before the Iranian election. So that means at minimum an additional 10 weeks of time, work, production and improvements in nuclear production by Iran. Then considering O is bent thinking diplomacy will actually succeed in this matter even more additional time of nuclear production. Considering from what is shared in this article their appears to be at least an additional level of sanctions yet to be placed on Iran so one could safely assume at least another six to eight weeks.

So it appears more of the same till around July.

Wasn’t Einstein’s definition of insanity something like doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results?

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