State Department: U.S. to award Iran $11.9 billion through end of nuke talks, June 30

Just for showing up at the P5 nuke talks, Iran gets $.7 Bn per month.  Multiply that times 17 (there was a delayed start in late January, 2014) you get, well Iran gets, $11.9 Bn! Add one more month, which is highly likely, and its $12.6 Bn!

Iran has also benefited since January 2014 from increased oil exports. They actually exceed the interim agreement’s limits, but the U.S. and world powers look the other way!. Plus the Russians and Iranians struck an oil-for-goods program with reportedly worth $1.5 Bn monthly- with no actual money being exchanged.

Hopefully, there will be no more six-month extensions! If Iran really intends to comply with a nuclear weapons agreement, they can say word tomorrow. If not, the U.S. and world powers should not be duped by continuing the charade!

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani visits the Bushehr nuclear power plant just outside the port city of Bushehr, southern Iran, Jan. 13, 2015. (Iranian Presidency Office/AP)

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani visits the Bushehr nuclear power plant just outside the port city of Bushehr, southern Iran, Jan. 13, 2015. (Iranian Presidency Office/AP)

By Adam Kredo. January 21 2015, Washington Free Beacon

The Obama administration on Wednesday paid $490 million in cash assets to Iran and will have released a total of $11.9 billion to the Islamic Republic by the time nuclear talks are scheduled to end in June, according to figures provided by the State Department.

Today’s $490 million release, the third such payment of this amount since Dec. 10, was agreed to by the Obama administration under the parameters of another extension in negotiations over Tehran’s contested nuclear program that was inked in November.

Iran will receive a total of $4.9 billion in unfrozen cash assets via 10 separate payments by the United States through June 22, when talks with Iran are scheduled to end with a final agreement aimed at curbing the country’s nuclear work, according to a State Department official.
Iran received $4.2 billion in similar payments under the 2013 interim agreement with the United States and was then given another $2.8 billion by the Obama administration last year in a bid to keep Iran committed to the talks through November, when negotiators parted ways without reaching an agreement.
Iran will have received a total of $11.9 billion in cash assets by the end of June if current releases continue on pace as scheduled.
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From January 1-July 4, 2014 there are 184 days (6 months and 4 days). Iran has been given 6 months (180 days) to show good faith regarding their nuclear programs. America must insist that no more billions of US dollars, gold or other resources will be unfrozen and transferred to Iran as a result of further easing of sanctions. Neither should oil exports flow freely to other nations, including Russia that negotiated a side deal with Iran worth $1.5 billion per month known as ‘oil for goods.’ In this bartering system Russia would be able to continue building Iran’s nuclear facilities in exchange for oil that can be sold on the open market. Finally, the main intention of the current nuclear talks, the cessation of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, must be achieved and continually verified.

NO MORE SANCTIONS RELIEF FOR IRAN UNTIL THEY FREE ALL AMERICANS!

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