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Source : www.globalresearch.ca...
The diplomatic mode has been switched off: The Pentagon is said to be "taking steps to ensure military confrontation with Iran" because diplomatic initiatives have allegedly failed to reach a solution.
These diabolical statements come within barely a couple of weeks following the release of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report. The later confirms unequivocally that Iran's nuclear program is of a civilian nature and that Iran has neither the intention nor the capabilities to develop nuclear weapons:
Article IV (1): These modalities cover all remaining issues and the Agency [meaning IAEA] confirmed that there are no other remaining issues and ambiguities regarding Iran's past nuclear program and activities.
Originally posted by azchuck
One example is our recent to-do about Todd Blue and suicide. I viewed the post of a family friend in the local paper as more reliable than official sources.
That source has since been validated by the posting of another friend, who says Todd died by gunshot wound to the head.
Originally posted by doubleded
So what exactly is your point?
Does anyone else have opinions, rumors, hypotheses, or maybe even some facts backed up with references? azchuck where are you?
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Originally posted by ibgrimme
IMO the fuel would be removed and placed into another device that doesn't require a code to set it off.
All modern U.S. nuclear bombs require very precise detonation of high explosive lenses to implode the plutonium to a supercritical state. There's absolutely no way that such a device could be disassembled and its parts used in any crude device (other than just a dirty bomb).
How did the aircraft get left on the Barksdale tarmac for 10 hours? Clearly some part of human error was involved.