par·o·dy noun: parody; plural noun: parodies 1. An imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect. "the movie is a parody of the horror genre"The following parody may be somewhat comical to some but the other half of the definition is no exaggeration... This video just about summarizes the results of the recent Barack Obama-John Kerry nuclear bomb deal with Iran...a country that wants to destroy America. Now I'm no fan of John Kerry (never was-never will be) and I've often said that he
Now it goes without saying that the Democrats in power also want to destroy the United States...they've been doing it for a long time. You've got the Muslim sympathizer in the White House catering to every Muslim's wishes...even supplying the Muslim Brotherhood with weapons! But one thing many people forget (or just don't know) is that the Iranians, have for years, help finance the Democrat Party's elections. I even wrote about Joe Biden's re-election to the U.S. Senate some years ago (see Iranian Medal of Honor Winner and Iranian Medal Of Honor Winner Part ll - Biden, the terrorist's friend!) So whenever you hear Obama or any of his cronies speak, think not what they are saying and watch what they are doing. And if you don't believe any of this I hope you're still laughing when the bomb drops...I wouldn't want you to die with a sad face! ~ Norman E. Hooben
Source for the following: Conservative Tribune
PHOTO: They Just Discovered Who Was At John Kerry’s Daughter’s Wedding… It Will Give You Chills
Kerry’s links to Mohammad Javad Zarif go back over a decade, when the two met at a party being thrown by (of course) George Soros at Soros’ Manhattan penthouse.
No word on how the two bonded, although one suspects their general contempt for America and pro-Iranian foreign policy views must have been a common point of conversation.
When Kerry’s daughter, Dr. Vanessa Bradford Kerry, married Iranian American doctor Brian Nahed, the physician’s best man was none other than Zarif’s son.
At the time of the wedding, in October 2009, The New York Times’ wedding section did everything possible to avoid mentioning either Dr. Nahed’s ancestry or birthplace (highly unusual for the status-conscious Times wedding section, which always endeavors to list anything and everything that could affect the provenance of a society figure) or Zarif’s son’s involvement in the wedding party.
While Mohammad Javad Zarif didn’t become minister of foreign affairs until 2013, under Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, he had been a major player in Iranian politics for decades before this.
In fact, Zarif had served as the Permanent Representative of Iran to the United Nations from 2002 to 2007, under the Khatami and Ahmadinejad regimes (H/T Allen West).
Secretary of State Kerry hadn’t informed Congress of this fact during his confirmation hearings, and his connections to Zarif only became known after he had assumed the position. In spite of this, nobody in the media brought up this fact, which seems more than a little salient given the nature of our troubles with Iran.
Kerry’s performance during the recent P5+1 negotiations were a joke. Unfortunately, nobody’s laughing except the mullahs in Tehran.
Now, perhaps, we’re beginning to understand why the secretary of state was so easy on the Iranian regime
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry testifies
before a House Foreign Affairs Committee
hearing on the Iran nuclear agreement
|This is a mural in Iran and a message to the United States|
Something to think about...↓