How The Mossad pulled off the Iran Nuclear Archives heist

Legal Insurrection: In late April 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed that Israel’s Mossad had captured and removed from Iran a massive volume of secret Iranian nuclear files.

We covered Netanyahu’s public presentation, Netanyahu Reveals Newly Discovered and Damning Intel on Iran Nuclear Program.

The archives showed that Iran systematically had deceived the West about its nuclear program and goals, We can now conclusively say the Iran nuke deal was induced by fraud:

We now can conclusively say the Iran Nuclear Deal was induced by fraud by the Obama administration and the Mullah regime.

As a result, Iran is just biding its time, putting all the pieces into place to launch and deliver a nuclear weapon when the deal sunsets. We know that because of the archives obtained by Mossad.

But how did Mossad pull it off? We knew that the archives were taken from a warehouse in Tehran, but the details have just been revealed by Israeli officials to several publications.  MORE

7 Comments on How The Mossad pulled off the Iran Nuclear Archives heist

  1. It is too bad that Obama cannot serve multiple lifetime sentences (SEQUENTIALLY UNTIL THE END OF TIME) for all of his treasonous actions.

    He was and is stupidly dangerous.

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  2. There’s one thing, those Mossad boys are patient.
    It may not be today, it may not be tomorrow, you will pay.
    Nope, not taking O’Baja off the menu.
    Revenge is delicious cold.

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  3. @OpenTheDoor- “It may not be today, it may not be tomorrow, you will pay.”

    I once read a book that mentioned mules. The book wasn’t about mules, but had an interesting point about them. It said you should always be nice to mules, as they know that they will only ever have but one chance to get back at you, and they will wait for that opportunity, patiently, and seemingly endlessly, to get that singular opportunity.
    Hopefully, something like that is going on with all the swamp corruption.

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