Ted Kennedy’s KGB Correspondence and the Appeasement of Iran


What secret deals are in motion between the Obama Administration and the Iranian regime? Iran has been at war with the United States since the American embassy was seized back in 1979 that resulted in the hostage crisis. If anything, Team Obama has made war much more likely. History is replete with all kinds of examples that demonstrate how appeasements translates into greater international conflict.

There’s a lesson in the correspondence between the late Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts and Soviet agents during the height of the Cold War that is applicable to the current situation with Iran. The FBI files now made public detail the exchanges between Kennedy and the KGB. Fortunately, Kennedy’s foreign policy views did not prevail in the 80s, but they are finding express in the Obama White House, which is now out to placate rather than confront Iran’s nuclear ambitions. That’s dangerous. The following report ran in the American Spectator:

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy‘s self-serving, secret correspondence with Soviet agents during the height of the Cold War included proposals for collaborative efforts designed to undermine official U.S. policy set by Democratic and Republican administrations, KGB documents show.

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