Late Saturday, John Kerry announced that the Iran nuclear agreement had been reached after two whole days of talks in Geneva, Switzerland. He and Barack Obama call it a ″historic deal″, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls it a ″historic mistake″. The deal itself will limit Iran from enriching uranium to just 5% for the next six months as a team of international inspectors are allowed access to Iran′s nuclear facilities. Production of plutonium will also cease during this test period while economic sanctions against Iran are eased. The spinners of truth are trying to convince us that this is all possible because of the recent election in Iran of ′moderate cleric′ Hassan Rouhani as the new president. But the Associated Press reports that there have been secret talks between Iran and the U.S. held in Oman for some ten months before. So is Iran now a friendly nation or are they buying time to complete a usable weapon system?