When the Obama administration agreed to send billions of dollars to Iran so it would not “start” a nuclear weapons program was predicated on the point made by John Kerry; he said that he had “absolute knowledge” of their past and present nuclear activities. Well, guess what? Either he was wrong or the entire administration lied through their teeth.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has released over one hundred thousand documents (some paper, some electronic) that show without a doubt that not only was Iran working on nuclear weapons at the time of the deal (contrary to what the American public was told), but show that it is likely they still are.
The documents detail plans, schematics, staff lists, and a wealth of other information that exposes the lies of Iran.
When the JCPOA was signed, it was based in part on what was said by President Rouhani: “Iran has never sought to build nuclear weapons.” If the terms of the deal were based on lies, then we have no obligation to continue it.
According to Breitbart:
“Netanyahu said, the files suggested strongly that Iran’s past nuclear weapons program was continuing under the guise of scientific research within the Iranian defense department, conducted by exactly the same people. And the files also show that Iran’s intent was to revive the nuclear weapons program at a later date.”
Supporters of the deal say that these documents don't really matter because they know for sure that Iran is not working on nuclear weapons today. But this is a false assumption based on the fact that the observers are allowed to visit certain sites to confirm. However, observers are completely barred from checking sites that have a military classification…Iran refuses entry again and again.
It doesn't take a genius to work out what is going on at the numerous “secret” sites around the country.