March 13, 2012 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - In an interview recently aired on the Talk Radio Network [TRN], Jimmy Carter, arguably the man most responsible for the Iranian terrorist state, said that in his judgment, Iran will be dissuaded from developing nuclear weapons by the West's economic "sanctions" against it.
Carter claimed - apparently even after the American diplomatic staff in Tehran was taken hostage for 444 days under his watch, the event which assuredly brought his regime down - that had we maintained "contacts" with the revolutionary state, "circumstances would have probably been better now." [source, http://www.trn1.com/jimmy-carter-unchanging-principles-can-guide-our-nation-during-uncertain-ti]
He also implied that there is no need for war that, "the top leaders of Iran, who are the clergy, have said they will not do so [develop nuclear weapons]...[and] I think the economic sanctions will be adequate..."
Mr. Carter appears not to be concerned at all with the prospect of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood coming to power. In doing so he contradicted numerous reports that the MB will quickly jettison the Israeli/Egyptian peace accord, saying that he "trusts" them [the MB] to "do the right thing."
"I've met with the top leaders in the Muslim Brotherhood...and they assured me personally...that they will honor the peace treaty which I helped negotiate..."
So according to the 39th president of the United States, we have nothing to fear, all is well in the Muslim world, after all, they assured Mr. Carter it was so.
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