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Eyes on the Skies Over Bushehr Nuclear Reactor

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posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:17 AM
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Originally posted by Ghrwilson
The Bilderberg group already said yes to attacking Iran months ago. And what they say goes. The US will attack Iran Then Russia will intervene like planned and we will have WW3. Its not an `if` this will happen. Gona see a lot of innocent Man,Woman,children killed in Israel, America, Iran and Russia. There is no reason for the US to attacking Iran. None. The only threat to American citizens is the US corrupt government. And by them attacking Iran `with out asking me or my family first` or any American citizen is going to put all of are lives `all of mankind` in grave danger due to the nuclear holocaust we will ender.... Side note why did Obama get the Nobel piece prize again?? AND where is America getting the money to fund what will be at least a 4-5 year violent war??


It think so far, you are the only one who see's it right.

To me, the only real terrorists in this world are not Iran, Iraq, bin laden, but our corrupt governments..




posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:19 AM
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Yeah the people in Iran are so free.

Remember the Twitter rebellion, and the way they treat their women. The only free people in Iran is the people in government.

I don't condone an attack, but the average person in Iran is anything but free. They have blatently rigged elections, and treat their women like second rate citizens.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:21 AM
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Originally posted by oozyism
reply to post by minkey53

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Are you serious? Do you actually think Iran is more of a threat to the world than America? And America doesn't train terrorist?! Do you not watch the news? They just proved that America has been knowingly funding the Al-Qaeda for years now. I love being an American but for the US government to go around ordering other counties to do what they say is complete BS. If the US government doesn't want other countries to have Nuclear bombs then they should have never sold the blue prints to other countries..... Il see you in the safe zone that's if you make it out in time. Bring an umbrella cuss its gona be raining Nukes



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:31 AM
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You need to grow up a bit. Nothing, absolutely nothing is as simple as you just stated. Iran just wants medicine and electrical power?

Then why all the rhetoric? All the threats and comments about Israel? Why the secrecy? Iran is no innocent child here. If war comes they made all the decisions that will have lead to this. We're not exactly talking Pearl Harbor here.


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posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:33 AM
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Has Nasrallah given his speech yet today? That was suppose to kick off something.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 09:43 AM
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Originally posted by Ikema
reply to post by Misoir
 

You need to grow up a bit. Nothing, absolutely nothing is as simple as you just stated. Iran just wants medicine and electrical power?

Then why all the rhetoric? All the threats and comments about Israel? Why the secrecy? Iran is no innocent child here. If war comes they made all the decisions that will have lead to this. We're not exactly talking Pearl Harbor here.


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comments? you mean those nicely translated?

it is very well known fact that usrael likes to manufacture history, truth and like to play false flag operations (for example, google: operation northwoods, or: the lavon affair) to brainwash naive people like you...




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posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 10:30 AM
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I must say how I LOVE how in the article they say "before Bushehr has the means to begin generating electricity."Basically admitting that the whole point of attacking is to keep Iran in the dark and a 3rd world nation,not for fighting terrorism or whatever the excuse is these days. So sickening



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 10:37 AM
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I've said it before but I don't think it hasn't been mentioned here so I'll say it again, there are Russian scientists/technician and their families on location at the Bushehr plant.

Any strike on the facilities would ultimately put Russian nationals in danger and therefore is incredibly unlikely to occur while they are stationed there. If we see these scientists leaving the Bushehr and other nuclear facilities it may mean an attack is imminent.

To add linkys

www.stratfor.com...

www.globalsecurity.org...

www.irantracker.org...

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posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 10:48 AM
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How do we know they havent already left? It might not be covered in the press.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 10:48 AM
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Iran is hardly in the dark.



Originally posted by hawaiinguy12
I must say how I LOVE how in the article they say "before Bushehr has the means to begin generating electricity."Basically admitting that the whole point of attacking is to keep Iran in the dark and a 3rd world nation,not for fighting terrorism or whatever the excuse is these days. So sickening



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 10:49 AM
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Why is it that the countries with the Big Sticks get to say what other countries can have one too?

No problem exists for this nation to generate electricity from a nuclear reactor, many countries already do.

No problem exists if this country were to develop nuclear weapons, many countries have done so.

Well, one problem exists really. There is one country with the Big Stick in that vicinity already, and it's biggest supporter also has the Big Stick.

Obviously the one in that vicinity with the Big Stick wants to remain the Only one with it. And the lacky.. oops.. Supporter has to step up and push for that outcome.

Why not get rid of all Big Sticks and make the countries play Chess for Wars instead?



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:02 AM
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I would like to invite people to breeze through this gallery of photos posted by another member in a recent thread; they were taken by a journalistic team travelling through Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the cities were bombed.

Perhaps these images can give you people who plainly remain uneducated and ignorant to the fantastic terror that nuclear weapons are capable of producing.

Hopefully, you may understand why "hypocritical" though it may be, nuclear proliferation is something which must not be allowed or must be limited as much as is possible, particularly with regards to a country which has so repeatedly expressed violent rhetoric towards other nations.

www.life.com...



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:07 AM
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Very true I hadn't thought of that, if they do leave it might not be covered at all. I suppose I was just assuming that they would be overseeing the final delivery of fuel. I'm sure they would be present for the culmination of years of effort coming to fruition. Probably have a big crazy party too.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:11 AM
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SPF 10,000 anyone......

Its gonna be one hella fireworks show....



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:46 AM
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Originally posted by duality90
I would like to invite people to breeze through this gallery of photos posted by another member in a recent thread; they were taken by a journalistic team travelling through Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the cities were bombed.

Perhaps these images can give you people who plainly remain uneducated and ignorant to the fantastic terror that nuclear weapons are capable of producing.

Hopefully, you may understand why "hypocritical" though it may be, nuclear proliferation is something which must not be allowed or must be limited as much as is possible, particularly with regards to a country which has so repeatedly expressed violent rhetoric towards other nations.

www.life.com...




Which country's administration was it who nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki again?

Which country was it whose successive administrations have invaded, occupied, bombed and assassinated world leaders over the course of the past 60 years?

Your post speaks of hypocrisy and irony. Don't you dare post pictures of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the wake of the bombings and have the gall to state how a nation should not have nuclear weapon because of so-called violent rhetoric, without referring to who dropped those bombs and their actions over the best part of 60 years.

There's one nation whose violent rhetoric has been backed up by violent action over the past 60 years, and I'll give you a clue: It's not Iran.

So don't you point fingers at Iran. Because the rest of the world will point fingers straight back and point to those very photos you posted and recent history, and get into talking about who it is who really needs disarming.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:47 AM
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Those pictures are more than disturbing. I think America went a little to far by nuking. I hate the ideal of Nuclear, biological and chemical bombs all together. To many innocent people get killed over BS wars. Although I think if Israel or the US attacks Iran `ever` were not going to need to see old pictures of a nuke after affect we will be living it. Russia at one point said `Americans are silly to forget that we have nukes too`. When America made threats towards North Korea. Russia is also allies to Iran and they will most likely support them. None of it is any good. If I had a time machine id go back and get Albert Einstein and show him that his bomb to end all wars has turned into the bomb that starts all wars.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by duality90


Hopefully, you may understand why "hypocritical" though it may be, nuclear proliferation is something which must not be allowed or must be limited as much as is possible, particularly with regards to a country which has so repeatedly expressed violent rhetoric towards other nations.

www.life.com...


You're absolutely correct


This is why, after waging war on the rest of the planet for the last 60 years, invading Vietnam, Panama, Afghanistan, and Iraq (to name but 4), and repeatedly threatening several other countries (Iran amongst them), the USA should have sanctions imposed on them by the rest of the world.

The rest of the world should also demand it gives up all it's nukes, closes it's 800+ bases around the world, and stop behaving like an industrial strength version of the playground bully

The rest of the world should then threaten to att ..... What? ...What's that?....


OH ... you meant that comment to apply to Iran, not the USA?


oops... my bad



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by minkey53

Originally posted by Misoir

Iran is guilty of nothing in this argument, they are searching for medicine and electricity. Why must we punish a country whose only wish is to help their people?



Why do they need Nuclear Power when they have like, a 100 years of oil under their feet?

It would be like me paying for gas to fill up my company car when it's free (or should I say, my company pays).

It doesn't add up!

Why not let UN Inspectors in to check things, why ignore UN Sanctions?

Take a step back, this isn't for peaceful medicine and electric purposes!



Maybe because Nuclear Energy is a lot cleaner in regards to air pollution.

I'm pretty sure Iran doesn't want to look like L.A., California.



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 12:01 PM
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I like how Iran sits on the largest oil deposit in the world and can make power really cheap but wants to make a costly nuke plant...???



posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 12:02 PM
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Originally posted by jaynkeel

Originally posted by humbleseeker
If we do this If we decide to attack we have to go all the way. We can just bomb and run, we must educate and reform these countries. Although the task at hand is not easy look at Iraq its still a mess I seriously think it will be another 20 years.


Yeah because we are so good at reforming countries, what we need to do is mind our own damn business for a change and fix OUR country, lets worry about our people that are starving and poor piss on all these other countries and the rest of the world for all that matters in my opinion. For once lets take care of America!!!!


i agree america should stay the hell out of everyone elses business...getting involved in everythin pissin the world off.

its not your job to reform countries...and you suck at it anyway afghan is perfect example.

and thats if "reforming countries" is what the US is really doin...im thinkin alteria motives much more to do with money and overall power.

not that the country i live in is any better we just follow the US round doing the same thing.




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