Friday, June 22, 2007

Not a threat

Well that is what the left would like you to think, however Iran appears to differ on this.
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has stored 100 kg of enriched uranium material, its interior minister was quoted on Friday as saying, in comments that may worry Western powers who suspect the Islamic Republic of seeking to build nuclear bombs.

But fear not for Reuters in the very next paragraph reports from an senior Iranian nuclear official
But a senior Iranian nuclear official cast doubt on the information. "The figures are not correct," the official, who declined to be named, told Reuters.

What ever the truth it is clear that Iran has no intention of halting their nuke program. So what is it that the "World" is going to do to prevent this hostile terrorist government from getting the means to kill millions?
Iran's Ali Larijani will meet International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohammed ElBaradei on Friday and the EU's Javier Solana on Saturday in what may be a last chance to end the impasse before world powers begin drafting broader sanctions against Iran.

Now there are some that say Iran is not really a threat, that this is all just a ploy to force us to make concessions to Iran, A bluff!! And Reuters feeds into this story line here.
Diplomats and nuclear analysts say roughly 500 kg of low-enriched uranium would be needed as material for one bomb but it would have to be re-introduced into centrifuge machines reconfigured to refine uranium to weapons-grade.
They say such a step would be difficult to hide from U.N. inspectors assigned to the Natanz enrichment plant, where Iran has been expanding a hitherto research-level centrifuge operation in a bid for "industrial-scale" fuel production.

I'm going to take a moment here to point out a little history... remember Pakistan 1998?
According to a preliminary analysis conducted at Los Alamos National Laboratory, material released into the atmosphere during an underground nuclear test by Pakistan in May 1998 contained low levels of weapons-grade plutonium. The significance of the Los Alamos finding was that Pakistan had either imported or produced plutonium undetected by the US intelligence community. But Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and other agencies later contested the accuracy of this finding.
These tests came slightly more than two weeks after India carried out five nuclear tests of its own on May 11 and 13 and after many warnings by Pakistani officials that they would respond to India

Now back to our story;
Instead of freezing all enrichment-related activity, as the Security Council has demanded, Iran has accelerated the program and says it has passed the point of no return.
"When the world saw that the (Iranian) nation is pursuing this goal with unity, the world surrendered, " Pourmohammadi said. "We have passed the dangerous moment."
The Security Council has already imposed two rounds of limited sanctions on Iran over its refusal to shelve enrichment.

Iran builds and the "World" says stop or we will get angry, and Iran builds. The "World" says Iran is not able to build, and Iran builds. The "World" holds talks, they say we must stop Iran, and Iran builds. The "World" says "well maybe Iran is not really building" and Iran builds.
We will soon face a nightmare... the Apocalypse that will herald in the 12th eman and the end of Israel. This is the stated goal of the Iranian military build up, do you really have any doubts?

Update: the World has given Iran more time to comply Build.
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog says he and Iran's chief negotiator have agreed to draw up a plan of action within two months on how to resolve questions about Iran's disputed nuclear program.

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