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Originally posted by centurion1211
Originally posted by Technophonium
i don't understand why Iran is not allowed to have nuclear weapons? i mean who instituted a law that governed who can and who can't have nuclear weapons or nuclear missiles or anything to that extent. I mean if say Canada was to start develop nuclear weapons with the intent of using one if need be, who anyone question? no because the Canadian government has very strong allies while Iran has very weak allies.
Sadly, an example of the utmost naivety. After iran, then who gets them next - until one goes off in a city near you? Countries should be wanting them less and less, not more and more just because someone else has them.
I wonder why they stopped going and focusing on North Korea and their Nuclear program when they have successfully detonated some. Some things just don't add up to this sort of ordeal
Answer: Lack of cojones. Especially since north korea continues to demonstrate that they want to export weapons. Why not nukes, too? Which brings us back to why iran shouldn't have them - the exporting of them after they get them.
Originally posted by December_Rain
reply to post by centurion1211
Read the whole post not just the first point, also read the point d) . Also there is no proof yet...the document is not verified by any non-biased source.
(r) According to the IAEA, Iran is operating an 18 cascade unit (A24) of 2,952 machines and six cascades (984 machines) in a second unit (A26); a further twelve cascades (1,968 machines) at unit A26 and seventeen cascades (2,788 machines) at unit A28 have been installed. The installation of another cascade (164 machines) at unit A28 is ongoing (www.iranwatch.org...).
IAEA officials confirm they are investigating the document, but said they have not formally asked Iran for more information about it.