The fundamentalist crackpots in Iran have taken a very dangerous and irresponsible position, stating that if President Trump abandons the steaming pile of a one-sided treaty that is Barack Hussein’s nuclear non-deal, then they will resume their nuclear weapons development, as though they aren’t already in hot pursuit of nukes to destroy Israel.

Someone should remind the ayatollahs that they are no longer dealing with Barack Hussein. Their dangerous rhetoric and promises to continue weapons development and to destroy Israel are beyond stupid and may very well lead to a conflict that will not end well for Iran.

In a video Powdered Wig posted a few days ago, Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be prodding President Trump to deal with the rogue Islamic regime in Iran sooner rather than later as he addresses his remarks to the people of Iran, informing them that Israel is a friend to the people of Iran, but not its insane leadership, an address that sounds very much like a warning that Israel is preparing to attack.

Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran’s vice-president and head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), said on Sunday that if Trump wants to tear up the deal, Iran will “act appropriately.”

“We can very easily snap back and go back… not only to where we were, but a much higher position technologically speaking,” Salehi stated, according to Iran’s Fars news, via United With Israel. .

Tehran stated several times that the nuclear deal has benefited its nuclear capabilities. “We did once before… that deal didn’t work and Iran was able to go back to its nuclear activities with high speed,” Salehi said.

“I don’t want to see that day. I don’t want to make a decision in that course, but we are prepared,” he stated ominously.

Trump has called the deal the worst ever made and promised during his campaign to seek a better one.

Salehi said he watched the inauguration with the expectation that Trump would mention Iran or the nuclear deal, but he did not mention either, and in his opinion that was “positive.”

In an interview with CBC News, Salehi also dismissed the new US administration’s intention to develop a “state of the art” missile defense system to stave off attacks from North Korea and Iran.

That intention was announced Saturday on the White House website, within minutes of Trump’s inauguration.

“The United States — it’s more than 10,000 miles away from Iran, and we have never intended to manufacture missiles that would go that far,” Salehi said. It is a “politicized” decision that is “against all rationality.”