Bill Clinton's North Korea Nuke Deal and Hillary Clinton's Involvement with Iran's Nuke Deal
9-15-16, Daniel Greenfield -- The two nuclear bombs dropped on Japan were known as “Little Boy” and “Fat Man.” The world today has two new nuclear bombs. One is named “Fat Bill,” the other is named “Little Hillary.”
The “Bill Clinton” bomb is the one getting the most headlines as North Korea continues testing its nuclear weapons. The Communist dictatorship is on its fifth test already and achieved an explosion almost at the level of “Little Boy” which was dropped on Hiroshima.
North Korea has let it be known that this test has allowed it to produce standardized nuclear warheads “able to be mounted on strategic ballistic rockets” so that it can “produce at will and as many as it wants a variety of smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear warheads of higher strike power.”
Kim doesn’t just want a nuke. He wants a lot of nukes. And at the rate he’s going, he will have them. And the man to thank for all that is Bill Clinton.
In the fall of ’94, Clinton told the American people that his deal with North Korea would help bring “an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula. “After 16 months of intense and difficult negotiations with North Korea, we have completed an agreement that will make the United States, the Korean Peninsula, and the world safer. Under the agreement, North Korea has agreed to freeze its existing nuclear program and to accept international inspection of all existing facilities,” Bill Clinton assured the country.
Hillary Clinton helped usher
in Iran Nuke Deal
Nov 23, 2015 - Hillary Clinton said, "I spent 18 months putting together the sanctions against Iran so that we could force them to the negotiating table." ... If it weren’t for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, there likely wouldn’t yet be an Iran nuclear deal ...
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