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No proof of Iranian Nuke program found

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posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 01:07 PM
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Originally posted by truthseeka
Man, please.


You have any idea how many other countries flat out REFUSE to even let the IAEA have a look at their stuff?

No. How many? Which ones made a deal to get nuke tech in exchange for IAEA oversight, like Iran?


Not Israel, who haven't even admitted to having nukes, much less signed a NPT treaty.

Since they didn't sign the NPT, they clearly aren't bound by it. Just like North Korea.

But that's cool, because America is Israel's bitch.

And if iran wants to have the same protections, its just got to get on a leash too.




posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 01:19 PM
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The proof of Irans nuclear program will be shown the day we or anyone elses attempts to invade or stifle their program, and Israel is turned into a parking lot. I feel if anything, that they are attmepting to draw us into a war that will finally alienate us from the middle east and could bankrupt America. Not to mention the reprisals here in America.

With help from many other countries, I feel that they have and will use it if it comes down to it.



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 05:20 PM
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Originally posted by truthseeka
Man, please.

Save it…


Originally posted by truthseeka
You have any idea how many other countries flat out REFUSE to even let the IAEA have a look at their stuff? (oh, yeah, the US is one of those that hides the good stuff
)

No, how many?

However, contained even inside the recent United States protocol is the right for her to exclude sites and activities which are of direct national security significance when exercising the National Security Exclusion.

Iran (the topic of the thread) has no real exclusions and is not one of the NWS’s under the NNPT and is subject to inspection under her negociated safeguards protocol that she agreed to by signing the NPT in the first place.


Originally posted by truthseeka
Not Israel, who haven't even admitted to having nukes, much less signed a NPT treaty. But that's cool, because America is Israel's bitch.


No, Israel is not a signatory state to the NPT and she is outside the realm of the treaty... as are a few other contemporary declared nuclear weapon nations.


mg



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 06:22 PM
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Originally posted by iqonx
there you go guys. Absolutly no proof has been found and still the british and americans are beating the war drums. And the west acts as if middle easterners are uncivillised.

Uh?
Lets look at this again:
El Baradei says HE found no proof of a weapons programme in Iran, BUT then goes onto to say: "he cannot give the Islamic Republic a clean bill of health.?

Umm, the guy is a walking talking contradiction who is most astute at walking the diplomatic tightrope of "they may or they may not."

The man has not even arrived in Iran yet, and be assured, when he does, he will not gain 'one iota' of access to those Iranian underground nuclear program sites.

When Iran does finally declare and reveal that they have developed nuclear weapons, I hope that you and this UN clown are around for further conversation.







seekerof

[edit on 10-4-2006 by Seekerof]



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 04:45 AM
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Originally posted by Seekerof
Umm, the guy is a walking talking contradiction who is most astute at walking the diplomatic tightrope of "they may or they may not."

There is no contradiction as indeed nothing that constitutes as proof has been found but indeed there are suspicious things like finds of traces of HEU, insisting on possessing enrichment technology, keeping stuff secret and building facilities underground which means they can't be given a clean bill of health. And indeed they may or may not be having a military nuclear program. You nor the US has so far provided any conclusive evidence they do have a military nuclear program.



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 10:19 AM
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Originally posted by Malichai
Iran shows the UN everything they ask for. Iran is in full compliance with all UN 'Mandates'. They did withdraw from the Paris accords, but that was non-binding.

Bzzzt wrong answer.

IAEA documents, i.e non compliance and reports it to UN:
Resolution of 4 February 2006
Resolution of 24 September 2005
UN nuclear watchdog declares Iran in "non-compliance" with NPT


Originally posted by Malichai
This is not true. Inspectors are there right now.

Bzzt wrong again, they froze them out in 2004 for 6 weeks. Now they just say hell with it and ripped the seals off, while secret installations remain secret and they still don't allow more intrusive inspections.


Originally posted by Malichai
The same plans you can find on the internet.

Bzzt wrong yet again, Iran admitted aquiring them on the black market.


The IAEA chief, Mohamed El Baradei, revealed in a report to diplomats last week that his inspectors had been given a cache of documents in Iran, including one supplied by the international nuclear smuggling racket headed by the Pakistani Abdul Qadeer Khan, showing how to "cast and machine enriched natural and depleted uranium into hemispherical forms". Guardian UK

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.


Now go show me the ones they got, if they are on the internet.


Originally posted by Malichai
Iran has the right to enrich Uranium for their nuclear reactors as signatories of the NPT.

Bzzzt wrong and my buzzer explodes. Not if they are found in non-compliance of the NPT by the IAEA.


Originally posted by Malichai
If not enriched Uranium what do you think is used for nuclear reactor fuel?. Bubble Gum, Flubber, Corn Mufffins, Oysters on the half shell?


[Mod edit – Let’s not make things personal. Thanks.]


When the inspectors were finally granted admission, they were dumb-founded to find themselves in a 250,000-acre complex containing two vast underground bomb-proof bunkers designed for enriching uranium to weapons grade. telegraph UK

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.



Originally posted by Malichai
You really do need to look at the UN reports, and news from sources other than American Mass Media.

You really need to take your own advice! Nyuk Nyuk!

Now go sell your BS about Iran doesn't want nuclear weapons
to someone else and here's your first client:






[edit on 11/4/2006 by Umbrax]



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 11:58 AM
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Insulting one another serves no logical purpose and only makes the arguement a matter of rhetoric, not rational thought. Thus people are then encouraged to only react emotively to the presenter of an arguement, rather than examine the evidence. Reaction is a problem to which consideration is the solution, to mangle an Ickism.



posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 12:05 PM
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today.reuters.co.uk...

"Our enemies cannot do a damn thing given the Iranian nation's persistence, and they know that," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying by state television.


So, the IAEA has already found the centrifuges a few weeks ago, but they had not yet been used. I would think that the news that is to be released would be the activation and the processing of the nuclear fuel. These are small steps that lead to the enrichment for nuclear weapons. He, the iranian president, would not be calling us enemies if this was for energy purposes.



posted on Apr, 12 2006 @ 02:37 PM
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Waitaminute.

Iran has announced that they have completed the cycle, meaning that they can enirch to at least 3.5% levels (not suitable for nukes, but shows that they have the ability).

Amhedinijad had been hinting for a while that this was going to be announced, for a few days anyway.

THe IAEA found that the devices which could've been used for this.....weren't used.

So does that mean that the iranians have secret installations where they have accomplished this, or can it be done in the time between the inspections and a day or so ago?

Is the IAEA inspecting the equipment now, to see what was used? Because that would be the smart thing to do.



posted on Apr, 12 2006 @ 03:07 PM
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Wake Up!

If the USA dont want nations like Iran to have nukes then

why is the USA selling it to them!!!! It blows my mind!!

Its totally Crazy!!

Thing also about India

And the only country Crazy enough to use them is USA!!

Wake Up before it is to late!!!



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