Great Scott!

I have known and worked with Scott Ritter for almost ten years. I consider myself an admirer of  his knowledge and expertise. He is without question the smartest and most experienced person I know on matters like these!  He sacrificed a lot by being a whistle-blower. He tried to stop the Iraq war in its ‘shRitter2ock and awe’ tracks and paid heavily for it. Does Assange and Snowden mean anything to you? In the end – everybody had to admit, he was right and the Administration, media and just about everybody else were wrong! He’s back at it. When I read this piece on the tentative Iran-Nuclear deal today — I breathed a little easier. His track record speaks for itself! For those who think he is an Obama acolyte, he is not. He is a Reagan Republican! Thank you Scott for bringing some clarity to the situation, again.  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-ritter/iran-deal-long-time-coming_b_6996896.html

5 Responses to Great Scott!

  1. C. J Beck April 4, 2015 at 5:54 AM #

    Most of you won’t recall a British Prime Minister returning from Germany with a “a little piece of paper” signed by a very popular Chancellor, pal of Edward VIII, that promised “peace in our time”. Bill will.

    Joe Kennedy, Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh agreed saying leave the nice guy alone. The Roosevelt administration sat on their hands saying they were “watching the change”. Boy did they get it wrong. And they had centrifuges and heavy water back even back then. Just ran out of time. Now the Revolutionary Guard will have the time and quiet and cash.

    There is are some delightful waterfront properties in Florida, you may be interested in, if you haven’t already bought into the Everglades. My seaside pad has a basement designed as a Fallout Shelter – capacity 260 – which as you know, is the ultimate haven whenever a nuclear attack threatens. Me worried about Iran? Not with resources like these. So c’mon down and sip the Kool-Aid while you’re “watching the change”. You’ll have a great view of the mushroom clouds, and somewhere to shelter when all that flaky white stuff starts fluttering down. Don’t wanna muss up your hair.

  2. C. J Beck April 4, 2015 at 5:56 AM #

    Most of you won’t recall a British Prime Minister returning from Germany with a “a little piece of paper” signed by a very popular Chancellor, pal of Edward VIII, that promised “peace in our time”. Bill will.

    Joe Kennedy, Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh agreed saying leave the nice guy alone. The Roosevelt administration sat on their hands saying they were “watching the change”. Boy did they get it wrong. And they had centrifuges and heavy water back even back then. Just ran out of time. Now the Revolutionary Guard will have the time and quiet and cash.

    There are some delightful waterfront properties in Florida, you may be interested in, if you haven’t already bought into the Everglades. My seaside pad has a basement designed as a Fallout Shelter – capacity 260 – which as you know, is the ultimate haven whenever a nuclear attack threatens. Me worried about Iran? Not with resources like these. So c’mon down and sip the Kool-Aid while you’re “watching the change”. You’ll have a great view of the mushroom clouds, and somewhere to shelter when all that flaky white stuff starts fluttering down. Don’t wanna muss up your hair.

  3. C. J Beck April 4, 2015 at 5:57 AM #

    Most of you won’t recall a British Prime Minister returning from Germany with “a little piece of paper” signed by a very popular Chancellor, pal of Edward VIII, that promised “peace in our time”. Bill will.

    Joe Kennedy, Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh agreed saying leave the nice guy alone. The Roosevelt administration sat on their hands saying they were “watching the change”. Boy did they get it wrong. And they had centrifuges and heavy water back even back then. Just ran out of time. Now the Revolutionary Guard will have the time and quiet and cash.

    There are some delightful waterfront properties in Florida, you may be interested in, if you haven’t already bought into the Everglades. My seaside pad has a basement designed as a Fallout Shelter – capacity 260 – which as you know, is the ultimate haven whenever a nuclear attack threatens. Me worried about Iran? Not with resources like these. So c’mon down and sip the Kool-Aid while you’re “watching the change”. You’ll have a great view of the mushroom clouds, and somewhere to shelter when all that flaky white stuff starts fluttering down. Don’t wanna muss up your hair.

  4. C. J Beck April 4, 2015 at 5:59 AM #

    Most of you won’t recall a British Prime Minister returning from Germany with “a little piece of paper” signed by a very popular Chancellor, pal of Edward VIII, that promised “peace in our time”. Bill will.

    Joe Kennedy, Henry Ford and Charles Lindbergh agreed saying leave the nice guy alone. The Roosevelt administration sat on their hands saying they were “watching the change”. Boy did they get it wrong. And they had centrifuges and heavy water even back then. Just ran out of time. Now the Revolutionary Guard will have the time and quiet and cash.

    There are some delightful waterfront properties in Florida, you may be interested in, if you haven’t already bought into the Everglades. My seaside pad has a basement designed as a Fallout Shelter – capacity 260 – which as you know, is the ultimate haven whenever a nuclear attack threatens. Me worried about Iran? Not with resources like these. So c’mon down and sip the Kool-Aid while you’re “watching the change”. You’ll have a great view of the mushroom clouds, and somewhere to shelter when all that flaky white stuff starts fluttering down. Don’t wanna muss up your hair.

    • Bill Taub April 4, 2015 at 12:15 PM #

      Ah C.J. — I heard you the first time! The ‘mushroom cloud’ theory. Where have I heard that before? Your opinion comes in loud and clear. How could it not? Unfortunately it is factually inaccurate. The analogy doesn’t hold. First of all, nobody is calling, to quote you, Iran ‘a nice guy’. It is understood that we will be adversaries in just about every other issue, but still might be able to agree that nuclear weapons are a bad idea for everybody. What’s more this is not the ‘final solution’. These are the broad strokes which as Scott points out ‘did what was intended’ with great difficulty. Now comes the hard part — nailing down the pieces in specific. Non of which will be taken at face value. ‘Trust but verify’! I’m sure you remember that one! Every element will have to be inpected and verified. Which happens to be what Scott Ritter knows best. He got Iraq right when nobody was listening. Had they listened to him we might have avoided decades of misery which we set loose. Scott knows what needs to be done. So I will pit his opinion against yours — and I’m afraid you come up short. And to all those who say this is a ‘bad deal’ — what is your alternative? It’s easy to be against something. As to your invitation to come to Florida, I really apreciate it — except I think I’d rather die first! Besides, Florida will be a whole lot closer to the mushroom cloud! It’s always good to hear from you!

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