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U.S. built major Iranian nuclear facility

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posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 02:16 AM
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As the U.S. and other countries wrestle with Iran's refusal this week to curb its nuclear capabilities, an examination of the Tehran facility sheds light on the degree to which the United States has been complicit in Iran developing those capabilities.['ex]

posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 08:05 PM
Why would anyone be surprised? People seem to forget about the Iran-Contra Csnadal, where we were selling all sorts of goodies to Iran to fund a bunch of right wing nutjobs in central America.

And we created Bin Laden and Al Qaeda, too. So is it any surprise we had a hand in Iran's nuclear capabilities?

posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 08:21 PM
It’s all part of the very selective way that US shows how it does foreign policies.

The problem is that when it comes to the Middle East is not way to know how one country or leader may change.

Look at Saddam from friend to foe when it challenged US interest in the region.

The same with Iran . . . one regime is seen as friendly even when it was oppressing its people and now a new regime elected by the people that is not friendly to the US and is putting in danger US interest.

Now this regime is evil, what it bothers me the most is the hypocrisy to the entire foreign policy issues and the way that play with the people’s mind.

Then Americas ask why the Middle East is so angry with the US and wants to kill us all.

Well if people research a littler bit they will pretty much will find the answer.

Our way of doing foreign polices and the selectiveness of our own government sucks.

posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 08:29 PM
This reactor was built for the Iranians before the revolution. After the 79' revolution, I believe the reactor was shutdown/dismantled which ever. Though it wouldn't surprise me if it was back in motion for current interests.

posted on Aug, 26 2006 @ 03:43 AM
Yeah, it isn't surprising.

During the Gulf War, La Farge (the world's largest Aggregate and concrete firm, amongst other companies it owns and completely controls, - owned by Bertrand - Biderberg group) had Hilary Clinton and George Bush Sr on Board of Directors. It is alleged that Lafarge made the concrete noses for misslies, for Iraq that it used against it's own people. Then Bush comes along and accuses Iraq of wrongdoings. It's all a ploy and why trust Hilary ? Isn't she the next President?.

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