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Is the Fox Gaurding the Henhouse?

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posted on Feb, 3 2006 @ 02:38 AM
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I found in a story reported by AP News yesterday(02.02.03) about the IAEA or to those whom are not familir with that term the International
Atomic Energy Agency, Chief Mohamed ElBaradei stated that if they (Iran) are reffered to the Security Councle for sanctions, they will proceed with full scale Uranium enrichment. Now I ask you these questions:

1. Why did the United Nations install an Iranian in this top oversite position of the IAEA?

2. Due to the current atmosphere in the world and especially in the Middleast why for a logical reason does Iran want to say they ( want to use atomic energy in a peaceful means) when they are sitting on top of one of the world's largest proven reserves of Oil and natural gas?

It is my humble opinion that Iran wants this type of energy to use as a weapons systems for an atomic bomb. Does anyone really think that they would use it for peacefull use when their leader had declared that he want to wipe Isreal of the face of the earth?




posted on Feb, 3 2006 @ 03:07 AM
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1. Why did the United Nations install an Iranian in this top oversite position of the IAEA?


As far as I know he's an Egyptian.



2. Due to the current atmosphere in the world and especially in the Middleast why for a logical reason does Iran want to say they ( want to use atomic energy in a peaceful means) when they are sitting on top of one of the world's largest proven reserves of Oil and natural gas?


The oil isn't going to last forever. The more energy they can produce with other methods, the more oil they can export. The more oil they can export, the richer they'll be. They also have significant uranium deposits, which means they could feasibly mine it domestically, refine it domestically, and 'burn' it domestically. That equals BIG savings on energy costs, not to mention the security of not having to depend on the whims of nearby neighbors.

Energy security is THE issue right now, and Iran's got a nice little lock (if they can hold onto it).



posted on Feb, 3 2006 @ 03:37 AM
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Yes I believe you are right on that one. They all look alike for some reason. I sit corrected.



 
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