MEK Iran: regime has finally agreed Nuclear Talks in Vienna
Following months of stalling and buying time for them to conduct their nefarious actions unabated, the Iranian regime has finally agreed to resume nuclear talks in Vienna on November 29.
Enriching uranium went far beyond the limits
The talks are scheduled just days after the Board of Governors of the UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, meets, implying that the regime intends to force the Board of Governors to refrain from passing any resolutions regarding their continuous violations of the 2015 nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Despite numerous international efforts to persuade the regime to comply with the JCPOA terms, the regime has continued to blatantly accelerate its nuclear program, enriching uranium far beyond the limits allowed under the nuclear deal’s terms, and carrying out malign terrorist activities across the Middle East through proxy groups.
If the discussions have stagnated, it is without a doubt due to the regime’s unwillingness to cooperate and its desire to extort money from the international community.
The regime aim is to get more concessions
The US Congress established sanctions on Iran for its terrorist operations and human rights violations, therefore while the regime regularly demands for the sanctions to be repealed, the present presidential administration lacks the authority to do so. Legislators in the United States continue to concur that Iran’s regime continues to pose a serious threat to the international community.
The 2015 JCPOA was merely an agreement with no legal or legislative backing because a significant number of US lawmakers considered it did not go far enough to address the regime’s terrorism threat.
While the leadership has consented to new discussions, their primary goal is to win additional concessions from Western powers on their nuclear program. By repeatedly delaying past talks, they have been able to buy time to secretly improve their uranium enrichment programme in the hopes of gaining an advantage in future negotiations.
The mullahs are seriously clinging to power
The regime’s greatest concern in Iran right now is the nearing second anniversary of the November 2019 uprising, which nearly knocked them to their knees. With Iran’s current economic and social issues, the Iranian people are furious and getting more restive on a daily basis, and they regularly demand regime change at protest demonstrations.
The mullahs have only been able to maintain their hold on power by shooting demonstrators in the streets, carrying out public executions, imprisoning and torturing dissidents, and appointing a mass murderer as president.
Any concessions to the mullahs serve terrorism
The mullahs are urgently clinging to power, fearful that any indication of weakness on their behalf will lead to disaster. The regime’s complete collapse would be unavoidable if another wave of widespread demonstrations erupts, leading to another insurrection.
This is a system that responds exclusively to firmness and power. Any concessions to the ayatollahs will only serve to help and abet terrorism and destruction while failing to address the risks they pose.
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