Comments on: As Iran talks resume, it’s time to play ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: ChangeIranNow Fri, 19 Sep 2014 04:10:29 +0000 Advocates of allowing Iran to retain the infrastructure for its nuclear program are under the mis-guided belief that Iran can be trusted. It’s even odder when taken in the context that the main reason why nuclear talks with Iran tanked was not the demands of the P5+1 nations, but the near hysterical rant-filled speeches by Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei in which he reiterated Iran’s commitment to a jihad against the West, especially the US and remained adamant about Iran’s commitment not to relent on upgrading, let alone reducing its centrifuges and its ballistic missile technology, both the core elements of any nuclear weapons program.Iran is steadfast on possessing nuclear weapons. Iran leaders always have and always will want nuclear weapons and no amount of talk is going to change their mind.