Richard Palmer, while talking about the Obama Administration's negotiations with Iran, says it reminds him of those who tried to appease Hitler before World War II. He denounces those appeasers of the 1930s as being "insane", "blind" and "stupid". Palmer talks of those people in that way in order to denounce the Obama Administration as being "even more stupid" then the appeasers of the 1930s for pursuing negotiations with Iran. (8 minutes.)
After that Jeremiah Jacques then mockingly portrays President Obama as just deciding to pursue an agreement with Iran simply because it the most outlandish thing President Obama could imagine doing.
Robert Morley then adds his two cents "worth" to say there is something "sinister" behind President Obama's negotiations.
I kind of think that President Obama's ... his foreign policy toward Iran isn't reflective of Oh I just want to have a legacy. I think it's much more sinister than that. If you look at his treatment of Israel for example in the Middle East. I think it goes much deeper than that. (10 minutes.)What on Earth is Robert Morley talking about? This seems to be an oblique reference to Gerald Flurry's proclamation in 2013 that President Obama is "another Antiochus", an Antichrist like figure of Flurry's own devising that is compared with Tkach. This absurd and hateful doctrine of Flurry's may be seen in his 2013 booklet, America Under Attack.
PCG does not want peace with Iran. Peace with Iran would expose PCG as the false prophets that they are. They only see war, hostility and more fighting in the immediate future. What a narrow minded way to view the world.