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Looks like Pakistan has saved their butts from US bombs. But what about Iran?
Many claims have been made by the Bush White House about Iran these past three years, among the most outrageous being that Iran is providing funding
and weapons to terror groups in Iraq. Each one of these, as usual with these crooks, are backed up with air and nothing else, and will be summarily
The chief reason, the Bush crew and their Israeli and British partners tell us, why they’ve set their sights on Iran is because they believe that
Iran is a hostile state and can’t be trusted to go nuclear without going rabid on the world. That’s lie #1. The US government’s own National
Intelligence Estimate states:
Iran halted work toward a nuclear weapon under international scrutiny in 2003 and is unlikely to be able to produce enough enriched uranium for a
bomb until 2010 to 2015, a U.S. intelligence report says.
A declassified summary of the latest National Intelligence Estimate found with “high confidence” that the Islamic republic stopped an effort
to develop nuclear weapons in the fall of 2003.
The hillarious thing is, I got this off of CNN’s own website. But you won’t be told about it on TV. The dramatic Hollywood style impression is
given that you can just get some uranium, stick it in the nukecrowave, and get instant nukes. National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley said the report
means nothing, even though it is the official consensus of all 16 US intelligence agencies. He just repeats robotically the same old blablabla ….
concern …. nuclear weapon …. stop enriching …. If we could just find the switches in their backs we could end all this. Yes we could! And if the
British government is so damn adamant about Iran not getting nukes then maybe it should stop giving them the material and components to make them!
Just as Britain is on my mind, so is this LA Times report:
A few hundred British troops living out of nothing more than their cut-down Land Rovers and light armored vehicles have taken to the desert in the
start of what British officers said would be months of patrols aimed at finding the illicit weapons trafficking from Iran, or any sign of it.
There’s just one thing.
“I suspect there’s nothing out there,” the commander, Lt. Col. David Labouchere, said last month, speaking at an overnight camp near the
border. “And I intend to prove it.”
Maybe they’re just cowards. I sense the dark side is weak in him….and perhaps even in this one as well.
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