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Iran offers nuclear technology to friendly African nations

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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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They are in and have purchased the tech. they must abide by the rules. Split Infinity




posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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So basically by your logic if Iran withdraw from the NPT then they have the right to build nukes, correct?



You didn't answer my question....



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 07:43 AM
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That was exactly his logic with Israel as a prime example.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 07:49 AM
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things that would make a Billy Goat Puke.


Strait out of the movie "Rambo"!


I think with the current movement of the US...Iran will be a nice glass parking lot in a matter of time...it's inevitable now!

This is just more of the US's media hype to condone what is coming!


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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:34 AM
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Sharing doesn't seem a bad idea. Think of it as every nation being capable of nuclear power for energy purpose and for the weapon. No country would dare to force another in favor of their own interest. Personally, i hate the idea of having those weapons, but if some have it, why not the others?
The world would have to get even anyway.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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US warmongers, really. Iran wants nothing but to wipe out all Jews and the West. Pull your head out of that hole its in.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:39 AM
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Originally posted by seabag
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Hey genius, you’re trying to compare the accidental shooting of an airliner with the intentional terrorist bombing of protected embassies.
Apples and oranges….
But, you think it furthers your agenda so it’s OK, right?


It's apples and oranges when its not american blood that's spilt
It's an agenda when it doesn't fit your argument.

You stated

We shouldn't do business with any country that killed hundreds of American citizens when we were not even at war with them

My reply was in answer to that. I know you will play the accident card but explain why then that no apology to date has ever been given. Seems what's good for the empire doesn't matter when its others.

brill



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by SeekerofTruth101
If the persian clothed headgear leader truly cares for the impoverised Africans, they would had offered religion, cash or oil, food and resource management education to them instead of nuclear energy to the African despots.

It speaks volume of how truly 'enlightened' and religious that persian infidel leader truly is. It seems that it is not enough for him to expose his ill-educated citizens to the dangers of nuke energy/weapons, now he wants the African masses to experience such misery.....when will this evil be stopped?.....


That is such an odd comment, both in substance and style. Perhaps trying speaking within your means and understanding.

If all international laws and regulations are followed why shouldn't they share their technology with other nations? Those very regulations are put in place to ensure that these things are shared and developed safely. Every developed/advanced nation on the planet got most of their technology, or understanding of, by sharing with others. It's how we've developed for hundreds of thousands of years.

Peace



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:51 AM
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No I am quoting:

Sharon Squassoni Specialist in National Defense Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division


From here.

The IAEA.

...and Reuters...where this quote came from:

The IAEA carries out regular inspections of Iranian nuclear sites but has not sent a senior official for talks since August, before it released its latest report containing what was described as intelligence showing Iran's nuclear military aims. Western countries seized on the IAEA report last month to ratchet up economic sanctions.


....AND, just in case you missed it in the above quote...here it is again:


Western countries seized on the IAEA report last month to ratchet up economic sanctions.


So please, tell me how I got it wrong again?


Edit:

Oh yes, for those of you younger kids that don't or don't want to remember...try to think about why the US would invade Iran...could it be for the same reasons as Iraq?
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Edit Part Two: From here.


Enriched uranium is a critical component for both civil nuclear power generation and military nuclear weapons. The International Atomic Energy Agency attempts to monitor and control enriched uranium supplies and processes in its efforts to ensure nuclear power generation safety and curb nuclear weapons proliferation.


They are enriching it to use in nuclear power generation, the IAEA had found NO EVIDENCE that Iran is using it for military nuclear weapons as of the date of the report...try reading all of the report...or even the links that I gave you.
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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 09:54 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
The original article seems to be redirected to a newer story.

here is an article from Haaretz:

Iran offers nuclear technology to friendly African nations



I would like to remind the mods about this. Please change the link. The original link does not show the story reported.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:02 AM
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Originally posted by dubiousone

Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
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I do think this is a pretty ballsy move on Iran's behalf considering the current situation.

One would figure they would keep this announcement on the down low if they knew what's good for them, which leaves me to think that they announced this on purpose. I can think of a few possible reasons, but none of them are as good as them just shushing about it.


Did they announce something evil or ill-willed? If not, then why do you criticize them for making this announcement?


I wish the best for the people of Iran, and despise the demonizing that is happening to them. Check my post history and you will see this. I'm not exactly criticizing them, I believe they have the right to do what they're doing, but right now at this time, this is a ballsy move, if you don't see it that way, then so be it. IMO it's pretty obvious that in the current situation that this is a provocative move regardless if it's legal or not.

I'm looking at this from all points of view, something you may not have done yet.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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Originally posted by PURIFIER
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I am getting really tired of this nonsense... Please, just answer the following question: who licensed USA and Israel with the power to decide who may and who may not have nuclear power???? Do they have registered patent, care to tell me its number? What if one of the countries decided to monopolize electricity and dictate which country may have it and which may not? No, electricity is not a weapon but you cannot produce modern weapons without electricity. And how would you feel if your country would get on the blacklist? I know the example is a little bit exaggerated but you feel me, right?



You should read UN Agenda 21 to find out who is going to control all the resources and decide these things. Very unConstitutional and it will take away the sovereignty of all nations. The UN will be and is the real seat of the One World Govt. I dare you to accept the challenge of researching UN Agenda 21.



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:07 AM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:14 AM
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Iran signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. As they were not advanced enough to develop their own reactors they purchased the tech from Russia. If you sign this treaty...you must abide by it...Iran has not.


Neither has the US.




It is that simple. Countries that do not sign are within their right to develop Nuclear Weapons...Iran is not allowed and if they do....the U.S. will stop this and capture all Nuke facilities in Iran. Israel wanted to bomb these sites a year ago...the U.S. prevented this because of the potential of Radiation killing a population that is majority pro-democracy.


Where is your proof that Iran is building nuclear weapons? Fox news? Proof....not conjecture...proof.

Edit: Plus you know, this post.

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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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Originally posted by Thundersmurf

Originally posted by SeekerofTruth101
If the persian clothed headgear leader truly cares for the impoverised Africans, they would had offered religion, cash or oil, food and resource management education to them instead of nuclear energy to the African despots.

It speaks volume of how truly 'enlightened' and religious that persian infidel leader truly is. It seems that it is not enough for him to expose his ill-educated citizens to the dangers of nuke energy/weapons, now he wants the African masses to experience such misery.....when will this evil be stopped?.....


That is such an odd comment, both in substance and style. Perhaps trying speaking within your means and understanding.

If all international laws and regulations are followed why shouldn't they share their technology with other nations? Those very regulations are put in place to ensure that these things are shared and developed safely. Every developed/advanced nation on the planet got most of their technology, or understanding of, by sharing with others. It's how we've developed for hundreds of thousands of years.

Peace



Oh, don't you love all this globalism and sharing? Did you hear the recent news that Obama is sharing US taxpayer money with Brazil for their fighter technology? Or wait, just the fighters.

www.sodahead.com...

Oh well, I suppose our army corps of engineers can reverse engineer it, but still why did Barack give a foreign country our defense contract? Any ideas why our dear leader would do that?
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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:22 AM
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Superman, all due respect, Iran's President did threaten to blow Israel off the map, literally. I guess he is such a liar we cannot and should not take his own word for it, eh?



posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:26 AM
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I am pretty sure it's been done to death on ATS already that that was a mistranslation.

ATS Link
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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:30 AM
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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:35 AM
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Originally posted by Kram09
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Wiped off the Map - Rumour of the Century

Another link for you.



Ohhhhh "vanish from the page of time" is so much more poetic don't you think? Perhaps he just meant to purge the history books of all references to Israel hmmm? Don't you just love revisionist history.
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posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 10:35 AM
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Originally posted by Ek Bharatiya

Originally posted by xuenchen
The original article seems to be redirected to a newer story.

here is an article from Haaretz:

Iran offers nuclear technology to friendly African nations



I would like to remind the mods about this. Please change the link. The original link does not show the story reported.


It did at first.

many news sites change content and update regularly.

many get 404'd within a day too.



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