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Iranian president Rouhani: Final nuclear deal possible

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posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 09:57 AM
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apnews.myway.com...


TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday painted an optimistic picture of ongoing negotiations with world powers over his country's nuclear program, saying there has been progress in the talks and that a final accord is possible.

"At this round of talks, shared views emerged on some points where there had been differences of opinion, which can be the basis for a final agreement," the official IRNA news agency and the presidential website quoted Rouhani as saying. "However, some differences still remain."
"I believe achieving a deal is possible. There is nothing that can't be resolved. The other party to the talks also has to make a final decision," he was quoted as saying.


That's what I like to see, some progress in diplomatic relations with Iran regarding their nuclear program. Iran may comprise cutting 40% of their nuclear capabilities in return for lifting crushing economic sanctions. I'm sure Netanyahooo is none to happy about this though!




posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 10:06 AM
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Iran is probably going to be a bigger threat to SA then it ever was to Israel .Not that Bibi wont come out foaming at the mouth though .



posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 10:11 AM
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What do you want to see? Iran with nuclear weapons?

Seriously, there is not a need for nuclear power generation as they have the 2nd largest Natural Gas reserves in the WORLD 2nd only to Russia.

Iran does not want nuclear technology to produce electricity. It is far more cheaper and safer to use the abundant natural gas resources.

Iran wants nuclear weapons period.

Stop being idiots and at least admit it. That is the goal of all of this.


The only "deal" that would make any sense is assistance developing their vast resources in exchange for ditching all nuclear ambitions and the nuclear material that they already have and their ability to make more.


That is the only deal that makes sense.
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posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 10:32 AM
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Stop being idiots and at least admit it. That is the goal of all of this.


It is what the left always does, believe the BS. They so deep down want to sing Kumbaya and sit around the Federation council table that they believe all kinds of stupidity. I have no qualms with letting them do whatever inane things they want, as long as we have tough checks and balances, so that if the other side waffles the old sanctions come down like an iron hammer. Wouldn't this be a reasonable precaution? The dirty secret is once the sanctions are let up, putting them back would take years and years. IMHO the left secretly wants Iran to have the nuke to offset the evil that is Israel. It is all a dog and pony show anyway.


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posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 10:36 AM
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originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: Swills


What do you want to see? Iran with nuclear weapons?

Seriously, there is not a need for nuclear power generation as they have the 2nd largest Natural Gas reserves in the WORLD 2nd only to Russia.

Iran does not want nuclear technology to produce electricity. It is far more cheaper and safer to use the abundant natural gas resources.

Iran wants nuclear weapons period.

Stop being idiots and at least admit it. That is the goal of all of this.


The only "deal" that would make any sense is assistance developing their vast resources in exchange for ditching all nuclear ambitions and the nuclear material that they already have and their ability to make more.


That is the only deal that makes sense.


Iran does want nuclear power, why should it use its natural gas resources when it can sell it to other nations at profit.

It's like a drug dealer eating into his own stash when he should be selling it at profit. Not the best analogy, but meh..

So yeah.. its basic business investment strategy, and nuclear power is clean and plentiful.



posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 10:39 AM
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Also, maybe... just maybe.. if Iran and other nations in the middle east had nuclear weapon there would be less death in the world, and countless lives will have been saved. Why?????

Because western nations particularly U.S.A would have been less reluctant to mount various invasions and killing millions in the process... and that includes Military personel on UK/USA/ EUROPEAN side.



posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 11:01 AM
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Calling people idiots huh? What do you know about the deal? Apparently not much, if anything at all. Iran is cutting down their nuclear capabilities, allowing inspections on a regular basis, they even have cameras in their nuclear facilities so the IAEA can watch them 24/7. If Iran goes back on their word the deal is off and the same old same old continues, more sanctions, more Netanyahoo war mongering, and so on.

So what's your solution? Have zero diplomatic negotiations and hope Iran doesn't pursue the bomb? I'll have you know Israeli and western intel agencies all report Iran isn't working on nuke and nor do they have one. It's the lying fear driving politicians that continue to push the fantasy that Iran is working on the bomb.



Benjamin Netanyahu claim on Iran nuclear bomb was contradicted by Israel intelligence agency Mossad: report


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's 2012 claim that Iran was within a year of developing a nuclear bomb was contradicted by his own intelligence agency, according to a report — part of what publications call a major leak of secret material.


You should really stop calling people idiots, it looks bad on you.



posted on Mar, 21 2015 @ 01:06 PM
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The Ayatollah Khamenei has his opinions too...



Iran’s Supreme Leader lays down nuke talk red lines

..... Last, the Ayatollah laid down a red line on lifting of sanctions:



The third point, as put by the Leader, was removal of anti-Iran sanctions, which should be discussed as a part of nuclear talks, and should not be considered a result of those talks.

Ayatollah Khamenei added, “The America says ‘we sign the agreement and monitor [Iran's] behavior and then remove the sanctions’. This is erroneous and unacceptable and Iran will never accept this. This is the Americans’ ploy. Removal of sanctions should be part of any agreement.”


(added) The Ayatollah has just taken to Twitter (as this post went live) to drive home the point on sanctions




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